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SPPHAV State Showing Championships

Mountain District Horse & Pony Club

11/01/2015
11/01/2015
05/12/2014
Closed

HARNESS RACING VICTORIA

and the

STANDARDBRED PLEASURE & PERFORMANCE HORSE ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA Inc. A0030433Z

Present the

21st STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

IN LED, RIDDEN & RIDER CLASSES

Sunday 11 January 2015                         

                                                                                                   Title - SPPHAV

Mountain District Horse & Pony Club

Eastfield Park, Croydon

Melway Reference:  Map 50 H7

 

 

      $10 – 1st; $6 – 2nd; $4 – 3rd; $2 – 4th; $8 - Reserve; $12 – Champion.

  • Ribbons to 4th place.

    Sash for Reserve Champions, Best Presented and Smartest on Parade.

    Sash and engraved trophy for State Champions.

    Sash, engraved trophy, show rug for Supreme State Champion Exhibits.

    Award for the most successful exhibitor - greatest sum of points for all horses entered by one membership on this day.  Horses must be registered in the name of that exhibitor and must be registered with the SPPHAV.  A current SPPHAV performance card provides eligibility for this award.

    Award for the most successful horse - the horse with highest points scored on this day, horse & exhibitor must be registered with the SPPHAV and hold a current SPPHAV performance card.

    Award (rug) for the best performed barefoot horse on this day, horse & exhibitor must be registered with the SPPHAV and hold a current SPPHAV performance card.  Horse must show no sign of nail markings.

    Food & Drinks:

      All persons over 12 years         $5.00      compulsory food and drink levy

  • Class Fees:                                $4.00     prepaid only
  • Exhibitors: must be current, financial members of the SPPHAV.
  • Horses: must be registered with the SPPHAV.
  • Non members entering the ring are required to pay a $10 day-insurance levy

    Prepayment via Nominate; available until Tuesday 6th January, 2015.

    Salad roll lunch plus hot and limited cold drinks available on a serve yourself basis - $5 per head.

  • Overnight camping is possible, there are toilets but no showers.
  • We may have a limited number of stables and yards available on Saturday night; contact Maree Lund regarding stable bookings and reasonable hire costs.

 

General show Enquiries:

      Maree Lund, Secretary:   0427 004 821

Email:   secretary@spphav.org.au       

 

NOTE:  please direct all Nominate entry enquiries to treasurer@spphav.org.au.

 

All entries are being done online through Nominate. Please go to www.nominate.com.au. It is under Equestrian >  Show Horse, then click on Events and choose the SPPHAV event.

 

 

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

   It is a condition of entry that all competitors, whether actually engaged in any event or not, do so at their own risk and will indemnify and save harmless the organising club, committee members and members from all claims, actions, suits or demands arising out of injury, personal r otherwise caused out of their presence at this Show.  

   All horses contesting this show must be registered with the SPPHAV.  Partbred Standardbred horses are eligible to enter only those events showing an * after the event number. Membership and horse registrations will NOT be accepted at the Show.

   Non members entering the ring must pay a $10 insurance levy before doing so.

   The organisers of the Show have the right to refuse entry to any person, or to demand the immediate departure of anyone considered to be behaving in an unsuitable manner.

   Dogs must by on a leash at all times.

   The Committee reserves the right to alter the program without prior notice.

   Competitors under 18 years of age cannot wear long boots or gaiters

   Foundation horses and / or novice riders - snaffle bit only and NO spurs.

   ASA approved hard hats are to be worn at all times, whilst mounted. 

   Competitors are not permitted to enter the ring once judging has commenced.

   Competitors are asked to refrain from uninvited conversation with the judge.

   Stallions are to be bitted at all times and under the supervision of a person over 18 years of age.

   Entry fees for all classes must be prepaid by Tuesday 6th January, 2015.

   Entries are to be made on-line via the Nominate show entry program.

   A compulsory payment of $5.00, per person over 12 years of age, is required as payment towards food and drinks that will be available on a serve yourself basis.

   No refund of unused entries.

   The Judge's decisions are final.

   It is the responsibility of the competitor to ensure Performance Cards are completed and signed by the Judge, Ring Steward or a Committee Member present on the day. 

   2014/2015 Performance Cards will be available from the administration desk - $10 each for existing members; new members and / or new horse registrations $5 each.

   People wishing to arrive on the Saturday and camp overnight must advise secretary@spphav.org.au.  Entry to the facility will not be available before 3pm, Saturday 10th January.

   The SPPHAV Committee reserves the right to swab any horse(s) on the day.

 

MEMBERSHIP & HORSE REGISTRATIONS

 

IF YOU ARE NOT A CURRENT MEMBER OF THE SPPHAV AND YOUR HORSE IS NOT REGISTERED WITH US call our Secretary on 0427 004 821 and ask for forms to be sent to you OR you can down load them from our web site and pay your membership and horse registration fees while making your entries in the Nominate application.  You must then email or post your completed membership and horse registration forms and a copy of your receipt, issued from Nominate to secreary@spphav.org.au AND treasurer@spphav.org.au.  You must also email digital photos of your horse, showing the freeze brand for its registration card.  Please allow 7 days, prior to the Championships, for the processing of new memberships and horse registrations   

Membership Fees:  All new memberships are subject to a $15 admin fee.

Family - $50   Single - $40    Junior - $25 

Horse Registration Fees – once only fee:

Stallion - $50     Mare - $35      Gelding - $20           Colt - $20

Performance Cards – required to contest Most Successful Awards – new members $5 each; $10 each existing members purchasing at this time of the year.

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OPERATIONAL ISSUES

Judging Commences and Continuity:

    Rings 1 & 2 (LED) will commence at 9 am.

  • Be aware of and watch for ring changes (detailed in this program) for some led sections of the program – especially some Championships.

    Judging will continue through the program using split and combined rings, so check the show program.

    Lunch: will be available from 11.30am.

    There will be a 10-minute call, prior to the commencement of the program after the lunch break.

    On request, a judge may delay the commencement of a class (with suitable notification) for a maximum of 5 minutes.

 

Championships:

    Horses / riders who are placed 1st in their classes are to present for the judging of the Championship and Reserve Championship awards.

    Any horse / rider that come 2nd to a Champion is eligible to contest for Reserve Champion and must remain ringside until the Champion has been selected.  If the horse you came 2nd to is sashed Champion, you go into the ring to contest the Reserve Championship.

    Please watch for possible ring changes for some Championships – they are noted in this program.

 

TERMINOLOGY

 

      *   indicates Partbreds registered with SPPHAV are eligible to enter these classes.

      NOVICE LED     means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show.

      FOUNDATION RIDDEN  This class is based on walk trot and is for Standardbred horses that do not yet have an established canter on the circle.  Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

      NOVICE RIDDEN           means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show.  Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

      IMPORTANT – riders can choose to ride in the FOUNDATION and NOVICE classes OR the NOVICE and OPEN GENDER classes – but not all three sections. 

       THE CHAMPION RIDDEN FOUNDATION STANDARDBRED IS NOT ELIGIBLE TO CONTEST FOR THE SUPREME RIDDEN SASH.  Foundation points do not count as Novice so

       winning a Foundation class or Championship will NOT affect Novice Status.

      NOVICE RIDER     means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show.  Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

      NOVICE RIDDEN           means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show.  Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

      NEWCOMER CLASS    horse not to have competed, under saddle in any discipline, prior to 2014– 2015 show season.

      PLEASURE CLASS        snaffle bits only, no whips or spurs.

      FREE CONSOLATION CLASSES    in led, ridden and rider sections are offered for all participants who do not receive a placement ribbon in those class sections.   No entry fees.

      POINTS FOR EQUINADE MOST SUCCESSFUL HORSE & EXHIBITOR AWARDS     will be determined by adding placement points as follows:

        (4 – 1st,  3 – 2nd, 2 – 3rd & 1 – 4th) for each show placing.  The horse with the most aggregated points will receive the Equinade Most Successful Horse award.  The single exhibitor/member with the most aggregated points will receive the Equinade Most Successful Exhibitor award.  To provide wider competition for these awards, championship points are not included.  Performance cards are required to qualify for the Best Overall Awards

      EQUUS BAREFOOT     must not show signs of nails in hooves.  Exhibitors wanting to contest the Equus Barefoot award must indicate same on their entry form.

 

Refreshments: Makings for French Toast (breakfast only), hot &

 limited cold drinks will be available from 7.30 am

 

All entries are being done online through Nominate. Please go to www.nominate.com.au.

It is under Equestrian >  Show Horse, then click on Events and choose the SPPHAV event.

 

RING  1  Judge:  Liz Carlile                                                                            Commencing at 9 am sharp

*     indicates Partbred horses registered with SPPHAV are eligible to enter these events

 

LED CLASSES          (Classes 1 & 2 will be judged without individual workouts.)

1   *     Best presented stallion or colt

2   *     Best presented mare or filly

3   *     Novice Led female – refer to terminology on page 3 for qualification details

            (1st & 2nd to ring 2 for championship judging)

Malcolm Lace Memorial Best on Show (1, 2 & 14 & 15)

Sponsored by:  Trophywise Dandenong      

 

4          Led mare or filly 15.2 hh & under

5          Led mare or filly over 15.2 hh

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Led Mare or Filly (4 & 5)

Sponsored by:  The McIntyre Family

 

6          Led stallion or colt 15hh & under

7          Led stallion or colt over 15hh

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Led Stallion or Colt (6 & 7)

Sponsored by:  Central Standardbred Riding Group

8   *     Led Partbred male 3 years & under

9   *     Led Partbred male over 3 years

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Led Partbred Male (8 & 9)

Sponsored by:  Phuds Food for Dogs

 

10 *     Led Partbred female 3 years & under

11 *     Led Partbred female over 3 years

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Led Partbred Female (10 & 11)

Sponsored by:  Mitavite

 

Workouts will not be required for these 2 classes.

12 *   Led owner's pair    (horses must be registered to the one owner)

13 *   Led progeny pair   (sire or dam progeny may have different owners)

                                        (includes sire & get and dam & get progeny)

 

 

JUDGING and PRESENTATION:  Supreme State Champion Led Standardbred Exhibit

Contested by:  Led Champions:   Junior (if purebred), Stallion / Colt, Gelding, Mare / Filly  (3 or 4 horses)

Sponsored by:  Alabar Bloodstock

Supreme State Champion Led Partbred Standardbred Exhibit

Contested by:  Led Champions:   Junior (if partbred), Male Partbred & Female Partbred (2 or 3 horses)

Sponsored by:  HorsePlay HorseWear

 

 

THANK YOU FOR SPONSORING

 

The McIntyre Family

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Brentwood Lodge

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BB Standardbreds

                                                                                                                           

 

 

 

RING  2  Judge:  Debby Cheeseman                                                         Commencing at 9 am sharp

* indicates Partbred horses registered with SPPHAV are eligible to enter these events

 

LED CLASSES 

(Classes 14 & 15 will be judged without a workout.)

14   *   Best presented gelding  15.2 hh & under

15   *   Best presented gelding  over 15.2hh

(1st from classes 14 & 15 to ring 1 for championship judging)

 

16   * Novice led male– refer to terminology on page 3 for qualification details

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Novice Led (3 & 16)

Sponsored by: Brentwood Lodge

 

Classes 17 and 18 may be split to accommodate large numbers

17      Led gelding 15.2 hh & under

18      Led gelding over 15.2 hh

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Led Gelding (17& 18)

Sponsored by:  BB Standardbreds

 

19      Led Standardbred 3 years & under

20 *   Led partbred Standardbred 3 years & under

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Junior Led (19, 20)

Sponsored by:  Brendan Mahncke Livestock Carrier

 

Entries for classes 21 & 22 must be supported by some form of documentation.

21      Led racing Standardbred  (horses must have raced or trained during 2014)

22      Led veteran Standardbred  (horses must be over 15 years of age)

23 *   Consolation led – all led horses that have not placed today

State Champions (excepting Novice Led) to Ring 1 for judging of

Supreme State Champion Led Standardbred Exhibit

 

 

THANK YOU FOR SPONSORING

 

TRAMEL PARK

STANDARDBREDS

INVERGORDON

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RMS ENDURANCE HORSES

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CENTRAL STANDARDBRED RIDING GROUP

 

Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood 3134

Ph: 03 9879 2988

ringwood@horseland.net.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ring 1    RIDDEN CLASSES                                                                                    Judge:  Debby Cheeseman

Ring commences 20 minutes after completion of the led class program or, if after the lunch break, listen for the 10 minute warning announcement.

*  indicates Partbreds registered with SPPHAV are eligible to enter these events

 

 (Classes 24 & 25 presentation classes, individual workouts will not be required.)

24 *     Smartest on Parade 18 years & under           

25 *     Smartest on Parade over 30 years                 

 

26  *    Rider 18 years & under

27  *    Rider over 30 years     (winners to Ring 2 for Championship)

 

28 *     Ridden Partbred female                                

29 *     Ridden Partbred male                        

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Ridden Partbred (28 & 29)

Sponsored by:  Valley Horse Wear

 

30        Foundation Ridden Standardbred 15.2hh & under    See terminology for Foundation

31        Foundation Ridden Standardbred over 15.2hh

Champion & Reserve Foundation Ridden Standardbred (30 & 31)

Sponsored by:  Have Float Will Travel

 

32        Ridden Stallion 15hh & under

33        Ridden Stallion over 15hh

Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Stallion    (32 & 33)

Sponsored by:  Halivar Standardbreds 

(Champion to ring 2 for Supreme Ridden Exhibit judging)

 

34        Ridden mare or filly 15.2 hh & under          

35        Ridden mare or filly over 15.2 hh                 

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Ridden Mare or Filly (34 & 35)

Sponsored by:  RMS Endurance Horses

 (Champion to ring 2 for Supreme Ridden Exhibit judging)

 

Ring 2    RIDDEN CLASSES                                                                                    Judge:  Liz Carlile

Ring commences 20 minutes after completion of  the led class program or, if after the lunch break, listen for the 10 minute warning announcement.

*  indicates Partbreds registered with SPPHAV are eligible to enter these events

 

 (Class 36 presentation class, individual workouts will not be required.)

36  *    Smartest on Parade 19 to 30 years    

 

37  *    Novice Rider    (Check Terminology for definition of Novice Rider)

38  *    Rider 19 to 30 years

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Rider (26, 27 & 38)

Sponsored by:   Horseland Ringwood

 

39  *    Consolation Rider

 

40        Novice Ridden Standardbred 15.2hh & under   (Check Terminology for definition of Novice Ridden)

41        Novice Ridden Standardbred over 15.2hh

State Champion & Reserve Novice Ridden Standardbred (40 & 41)

Sponsored by:   Remote Coach

 

42        Ridden gelding 15.2 hh & under       

43        Ridden gelding over 15.2 hh 

State Champion & Reserve State Champion Ridden Gelding (42 & 43)

Sponsored by:   Monegeetta Park Clydesdale X Stud

44  *    Consolation Ridden

 

JUDGING (both judges) and PRESENTATION:

Supreme State Champion Ridden Standardbred Exhibit   

Contested by:  Ridden Champion stallion / colt, gelding, mare / filly (3 horses)

Sponsored by:  Glamour Paws Dog Grooming

 

 

ENLARGED RIDDEN RING                                               Judges:  Liz Carlile and Debby Cheeseman

Commences immediately after the judging of the Supreme Champion Ridden Standardbred Exhibit.

 

 

45 *     Tramel Park Best Newcomer    (Check Terminology for definition of Best Newcomer.)

46 *     Ridden Pairs

47 *     Best Educated

 

48 *     Pleasure Horse 15.2hh & under

49 *     Pleasure Horse over 15.2hh

Gibby Bauld Memorial. Champion & Reserve Champion Pleasure Ridden (48 & 49)

Sponsored by:   Equissage Leading the World in Equine Therapy

 

PRESENTATIONS AT THE END OF THE DAY:

Most Successful Exhibitor – the member with the most placement points   

Sponsored by:  Equinade Animal and Leather Care Products

Most Successful Horse– the horse with the most placement points

Sponsored by: Equinade Animal and Leather Care Products

A SPPHAV performance card must be issued, in the name of your horse, to contest for the Most Successful Exhibitor and Horse awards.

Equus Barefoot Award – horse listed as barefoot and showing no nail impressions with the highest point score on the day.  You must confirm your horse is barefoot when filling in your Nominate entry.

 

The SPPHAV appreciate the support provided by TROPHY WISE of Dandenong.  Trophy Wise provide several sponsorship trophies each year as well as preparing the dozens of trophies presented to our members annually.

 

Contact Steve on:

03 57925022

 

HorsePlay HorseWear

 

 

Shelley & Jade

 

(e)sales@horseplayhorsewear.com(m) Shelley 0438 248 548

(m) Jade     0416 246 212

www.horseplayhorsewear.com

 

 

#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
01
Best Presented Stallion or Colt
Closed
$4.00
02
Best Presented Filly or Mare
Closed
$4.00
03
Novice Led Female
Closed
$4.00
04
Led Mare or Filly 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
05
Led Mare or Filly over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
06
Led Stallion or Colt 15hh & under
Closed
$4.00
07
Led Stallion or Colt over 15hh
Closed
$4.00
08
Led Partbred Male 3 yrs & under
Closed
$4.00
09
Led Partbred Male over 3 yrs
Closed
$4.00
10
Led Partbred Female 3 yrs & under
Closed
$4.00
11
Led Partbred Female over 3 yrs
Closed
$4.00
12
Led Owners Pair
Closed
$4.00
13
Led Progeny Pair
Closed
Please specify partner
$4.00
14
Best Presented Gelding 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
15
Best Presented Gelding over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
16
Novice Led Male
Closed
$4.00
17
Led Gelding 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
18
Led Gelding over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
19
Led Standardbred 3 years & under
Closed
$4.00
20
Led Partbred Standarbred 3 years & under
Closed
$4.00
21
Led Racing Standardbred (must have trained or raced in the 12 months prior to the event)
Closed
$4.00
22
Led Veteran Standardbred - Horse is over 15years old
Closed
$4.00
24
Smartest On Parade 18 yrs & under
Closed
$4.00
25
Smartest On Parade over 30 yrs
Closed
$4.00
26
Rider 18 yrs & under
Closed
$4.00
27
Rider over 30 yrs
Closed
$4.00
28
Ridden Partbred Female
Closed
$4.00
29
Ridden Partbred Male
Closed
$4.00
30
Foundation Ridden Stadardbred 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
31
Foundation Ridden Standardbred over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
32
Ridden Stallion 15hh &under
Closed
$4.00
33
Ridden Stallion over 15hh
Closed
$4.00
34
Ridden Mare or Filly 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
35
Ridden Mare or Filly over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
36
Smartest On Parade 19 to 30 yrs
Closed
$4.00
37
Novice Rider
Closed
$4.00
38
Rider 19 to 30 yrs
Closed
$4.00
40
Novice Ridden Standardbred 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
41
Novice Ridden Standardbred over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
42
Ridden Gelding 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
43
Ridden Gelding over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00
45
Best Newcomer
Closed
$4.00
46
Ridden Pairs
Closed
Please specify partner
$4.00
47
Best Educated
Closed
$4.00
48
Pleasure Horse 15.2hh & under
Closed
$4.00
49
Pleasure Horse over 15.2hh
Closed
$4.00

Event Notes

Stabling - Limited Numbers Available - will be con

Contact Details

Maree Lund - Secretary
0427 004 821 secretary@spphav.org.au
0427 004 821 secretary@spphav.org.au
Standardbred Pleasure & Performance Horse Associat
Maree Lund - Secretary

TERMINOLOGY

* indicates Partbreds registered with SPPHAV are eligible to enter these classes.

 NOVICE LED means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show.

 FOUNDATION RIDDEN This class is based on walk trot and is for Standardbred horses that do not yet have an established canter on the circle. Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

 NOVICE RIDDEN means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show. Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

 IMPORTANT – riders can choose to ride in the FOUNDATION and NOVICE classes OR the NOVICE and OPEN GENDER classes – but not all three sections.

THE CHAMPION RIDDEN FOUNDATION STANDARDBRED IS NOT ELIGIBLE TO CONTEST FOR THE SUPREME RIDDEN SASH. Foundation points do not count as Novice so

winning a Foundation class or Championship will NOT affect Novice Status.

 NOVICE RIDER means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show. Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

 NOVICE RIDDEN means not to have won 5 first ribbons or championship sashes in a Standardbred class of the same description prior to this show. Snaffle bits only. No spurs,

 NEWCOMER CLASS horse not to have competed, under saddle in any discipline, prior to 2014– 2015 show season.

 PLEASURE CLASS snaffle bits only, no whips or spurs.

 FREE CONSOLATION CLASSES in led, ridden and rider sections are offered for all participants who do not receive a placement ribbon in those class sections. No entry fees.

 POINTS FOR EQUINADE MOST SUCCESSFUL HORSE & EXHIBITOR AWARDS will be determined by adding placement points as follows:

(4 – 1st, 3 – 2nd, 2 – 3rd & 1 – 4th) for each show placing. The horse with the most aggregated points will receive the Equinade Most Successful Horse award. The single exhibitor/member with the most aggregated points will receive the Equinade Most Successful Exhibitor award. To provide wider competition for these awards, championship points are not included. Performance cards are required to qualify for the Best Overall Awards

 EQUUS BAREFOOT must not show signs of nails in hooves. Exhibitors wanting to contest the Equus Barefoot award must indicate same on their entry form.

 

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