Registered Shetland Ponies – Judge: Jem Roberts

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REGISTERED SHETLAND PONIES
Judge – Mrs B K Gibb
For Shetland Pony and Horse and Pony enquiries contact Mrs Ingrid
Sutherland, Tel: 01806 566428 / Mobile 07919693205. Entry forms can be
returned to Mrs Ingrid Sutherland, Millingsounds, Whalsay or to any
committee member
§ Denotes trophy will be awarded
§ 1. Best turned out pony and rider
§ 2. Best Open Ridden
§ 3. Best First Ridden
§ 4. Best ridden lead rein
§ 5. Young Handler 10 years and under
§ 6. Young Handler 11 to 16 years
7. Broodmare
8. Filly Foal
9. Colt Foal
§ Best foal judged between class 8 & 9
10. One year old filly
11. Two year old filly
12. Three year old filly
13. One year old colt
14. Two year old colt
15. Three year old colt
16. Entire Males, 4 year old and over
17. Gelding
18. Yeld Mare
19. Progeny – Up to 3 year old (2 offspring out of the same Sire OR Dam)
20. Progeny – 4 year old and over (2 offspring out of the same Sire OR Dam)
§ Best overall Progeny – (judged between class 19 & 20 1st and 2nd prize
winners)
Championships
§ Junior Champion & Reserve – Judged between 1st place prize winners
§ Senior Champion & Reserve – Judged between 1st place prize winners
§ Overall Champion
§ Best Broken coloured – Judged between prize winners
§ Best Black – Judged between prize winners
§ Best Miniature – Judged between prize winners
§ Best Miniature – Opposite sex
§ Shetland Pony Performance Champion
§ Shetland Pony Performance Reserve Champion
1. Classes must be confined to Registered Ponies. Ponies must be
named on the entry form and in the catalogue. Society rosettes must
only be given to ponies registered with the society or eligible for
registration (i.e. foals)
2. Three year old fillies with foals at foot may be shown. All foals must be
a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the show.
3. There must be no colts or entire males in Young Handlers classes.
Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or
entire males in In-hand classes. Children under 11 years old on the
day of the show may not show entire males in ridden classes. In the
interests of safety, hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14
years or under in In-hand classes. Hard hats must be worn by all
exhibitors, irrespective of age, in ridden classes. In ridden classes, if a
rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must
leave the ring, rider dismounted, and take no further part.
*Pony entrants to state on entry form how many pens they need
“Rider must have permanent residential address in the show area.”
Details of transporter must be shown on entry form.
Horses and ponies that are being ridden should be 4 years old and
over.
The location of the horse classes will not be changed due to weather.
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