SHOWING

SUNDAY 12 JUNE

Ring 1


Young Horses likely to make High Class Hunter

Start Time:11.30am Sharp

Class A Yearling Colt/Gelding Non-thoroughbred

Class B Yearling Colt/Gelding Qualifier The Irish Shows Association &
Barryroe All Ireland Championship final at Cork
*Two horses may qualify provided judges agree standard is high enough.
**Entries are confined to yearlings registered in the IHR and by a Fully Approved or S1 or Wetherbys Non-thoroughbred Reg. Sire

Class C Yearling Filly Non-thoroughbred

Class D 2 yr old Colt/Gelding Non-thoroughbred

Class E 2 yr old Colt/Gelding Qualifier for Red Mills Final at Tinahely Show
*Two horses may qualify provided judges and the I.S.A. agree standard is high enough.
**Entries are confined to 2 yr old registered in the IHR and by a Fully Approved, S1 or Weatherby’s Non-thoroughbred Reg. Sire Both Sire and Dam must be recorded on Passport

Class F 2 yr old Filly Non-thoroughbred

Class G 3 yr old Gelding Non-thoroughbred

Class H 3 yr old Filly Non-thoroughbred

Class H H 3 yr old Filly All Ireland Champion Qualifier Final at Dungarvan
*Two horses may qualify provided judges and the I.S.A. agree standard is high enough.

Class I 3 yr old Gelding or Filly Qualifier for Galway Irish Crystal & Belleek China Championship Bannow Rathangan Final.
*Two horses may qualify provided judges agree standard is high enough (one filly and
one gelding)**Entries are confined to 3 yr old registered in the IHR and by a Fully Approved, S1 or Wetherbys Non-thoroughbred Reg. Sire



Irish Draught In Hand Classes

Class J Irish Draught Yearling colt/ gelding and Filly

Class K Irish Shows Association & Roscommon Show Society
Irish Draught Yearling Filly qualifier

Class L Irish Draught 2 yr old colt/gelding and Filly

Class M Irish Shows Association & Limerick Show Society
Irish Draught 2 yr old Filly qualifier

Class N Irish Draught 3 yr old Colt/gelding

Class O Irish Draught 3 yr old Filly

Class P All Ireland 3 yr old Irish Draught Filly Championship
Sponsored by Mercury Renewables & Bonniconlon Show Supporters –
Final in Bonniconlon Show.

Please see Irish Shows Association year Book for full set of rules for qualifiers.

In Hand Champion Classes A – O 1st and 2nd Prizewinners eligible
Champion €100 and Reserve €60, Best Filly in Show €50




Ring 2

Ridden Show Hunters

Start Time: 11am Sharp

Class Q Lightweight Cob 4 yrs old and over exceeding 148cm not exceeding 158cm

Class R Heavyweight Cob 4 yrs old and over exceeding 148cm not exceeding 158cm

Class S 4 year old Hunter exceeding 158cm

Class T Small Hunter – not exceeding 158cms 4 yrs old and over

Class U Lightweight hunter 4 yrs old and over

Class V Medium weight Hunter 4 years old and over

Class W Heavyweight Hunter 4 years old and over

Class X Irish Draught Ridden Hunter 4 year old and over

Class Y Race horse to Riding Horse Open to any ex-racehorse

Class Z Amateurs – Open to any non professional ridder on any type or size of horse.

Class ZZ Coloured ridden hunter 4 years old and over.

Ridden Champion Classes O – ZZ , 1st and 2nd Prizewinners eligible
Champion €100, Reserve €50



Ring 3

Working Hunters

Start Time: 11am Sharp

Class 1 Novice Working Hunter 80cm fences

Class 2 Intermediate Working Hunter 90cm fences

Class 3 Irish Draught Working Hunter 90 cm fences

Class 4 Advance Working Hunter 1.00cm fences

Class 5 Thoroughbred Working Hunter

Working Hunter Champion and Cup Sponsored by Tara Harriers Hunt.
Classes 1 – 5, open to 1st and 2nd Prizewinners
Champion €100, Reserve €60, Best Turned Out €50
*********Competitors must have passports available. The passport numbers of all prize winners will be recorded on the qualifying dates and then must be produced and confirmed on the day of the final.

All Entries €20 except for qualifiers they are €10
Prize Fund €80.00 per Class except qualifiers

*Classes and Prize Money may be amalgamated if there are insufficient
entries received.


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Qualifiers

for

Champion Champions Series
In association with Showing Ireland
Final at Tattersalls July Show on 23rd/24th July
Total Cash Prize Fund of €3,000 in Final
€700.00 - to be divided between all placed horses (2nd – 6th place) who attend the finals. With exception of the Champion in each final and highest placed 4yr old in the ridden hunter final.

Qualifier for the RED MILLS Champion of Champions Ridden
Weighted Hunter Final
PRIZE FUND FOR RIDDEN HUNTER FINAL
€750.00 to Champion
€450.00 to Top placed 4yr Old
Champion and Reserve and top placed 4yr (if not Champion or Reserve) will qualify for the final from each qualifier
*Competitors must have passports available. The passport numbers of all prize winners will be recorded on the qualifying dates and then must be produced and confirmed on the day of the final.

Qualifier for the RED MILLS Champion of Champions Ridden Horse Final
PRIZE FUND FOR RIDDEN HORSE FINAL
€750.00 to Champion
Champion and Reserve will qualify for the final from each qualifier
*Competitors must have passports available. The passport numbers of all prize winners will be recorded on the qualifying dates and then must be produced and confirmed on the day of the final.

Qualifier for the RED MILLS Supreme Champion of Champions Amateur Ridden Hunter
PRIZE FUND FOR AMATEUR RIDDEN HUNTER FINAL
€350.00 to Champion
1st and 2nd prize winners or Champion and Reserve from the selected Amateur Classes will qualify.
*Competitors must have passports available. The passport numbers of all prize winners will be recorded on the qualifying dates and then must be produced and confirmed on the day of the final.

NB: Combinations who might qualify for the professional divisions may not compete in the amateur final.

Connolly’s RED MILLS along with their sister brands Foran Equine and Carr & Day & Martin will present Prizes in Kind to all prize winners at the qualifying shows.

Full list of rules for Connolly’s RED MILLS Champion of Champions Series available at www.redmillshorse.com/media-hub/our-news/coc-series-22/




SHOWING IRELAND and RED MILLS RULES for Weighted Hunter Section

The Weighted Hunter section usually consists of the following.
4yr old class (all types of weighted hunters)
Heavy Weight Middle Weight
Light Weight Small Hunter
Depending on your show you may or may not include a specific 4yr old class or small hunter within this section. That is fine we can take a top 4yr old from any class above based on your schedule and the judge’s discretion on the day.
We also recognise that some weighted classes may be combined depending on entries.

After the above classes are complete 1st and 2nd placed combinations from each class should go forward to a Weighted Hunter Championship on the day.


TO QUALIFY
Max three horses can qualify from this championship
Champion
Reserve Champion
Top placed 4yr old (IF NOT ALREADY CHAMPION OR RESERVE)
 
NB: RE 4yr olds.
If a 4yr is chosen to be Champion or reserve champion, then 2 these two horses will qualify for the final
If Champion and Reserve Champion are both 4yr olds then these 2 horses will qualify for the final
If a 4yr old is NOT Champion or Reserve, then it should be up to the judges discretion to pick the top 4yr old horse to qualify for the final. In this case 3 horses will qualify for the final.


*********Competitors must have passports available. The passport numbers of all prize winners will be recorded on the qualifying dates and then must be produced and confirmed on the day of the final.


SHOWING IRELAND RULES FOR RED MILLS qualifiers for Riding Horses.

The Riding Horse Section usually consists of the following types of classes but may vary from show to show.

Riding Horse classes (small and large)
Cob classes
Coloured Horse Classes
Racehorse to Riding Horse class
Irish Draught Ridden Class
After the above classes are complete 1st and 2nd placed combinations from each class should go forward to a Riding Horse Championship on the day.

Champion and Reserve Champion will qualify for the final.


*********Competitors must have passports available. The passport numbers of all prize winners will be recorded on the qualifying dates and then must be produced and confirmed on the day of the final.



SHOWING IRELAND RULES FOR RED MILLS- Amatuers

Criteria for qualification
1st and 2nd placed will qualify in the Amateur Class for Final
If 1st and 2nd place has already qualified the qualification will be offered to the 3rd placed competitor
Qualification will go no further than 3rd place

If your show finds it necessary to split the Amateur class (the ideal amount of entries in one class is 15) it would be advisable to hold a Championship in which case Champion and Reserve Champ will qualify

NB- To Qualify for the Amateur FINAL – Amateurs may compete in other sections/classes but CANNOT qualify for BOTH finals


Definition of Amateur classes/riders
To be defined as an amateur and eligible for participation in these classes a person must not;
• Have engaged in livery, buying, selling, dealing, or hiring horses as a means of deriving a main source of income for the past five years
• Have accepted remuneration whether it be monetary or goods in kind for employment in connection with horses in a racing, show jumping, showing, livery stable or riding school in the past five years
• Have shown a horse owned by a company or a commercial firm, or a horse for which his or her immediate family accepts livery or training charges from a person outside immediate concern The horse entered in the class should be the regular mount of the rider stated on the Entry Form and must not have been competed by a professional in the current showing season and may not be competed by a professional in any other class at the Show.
It is the responsibility of each owner to satisfy Showing Ireland that the owner and rider are true bona fide amateurs.
It is the responsibility of each owner to ensure that the owner and rider meet the eligibility requirements. If an owner is found in breach of this rule, then they will not be permitted to attend the final.