Cricklands Summer Show

Friday 9th - Sunday 11th July 2021

The unique combination of world class facilities, a friendly and encouraging atmosphere, showjumping, dressage and showing classes for all riding levels, sociable evenings and even novelty dog classes make the Cricklands Summer Show the ideal family holiday.

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Highlights include

  • Mini Jumping from 35cms - 60cms

  • Junior unaffiliated jumping from 50cms - 1.00m

  • Senior unaffiliated jumping from 60cms - 1.05m

  • Six Bar Challenge on Saturday evening

  • BS Just for Schools classes from 60cms - 1.00m

  • Unaffiliated Dressage Intro, Prelim and Novice

  • Range of showing classes, (£30 for unlimited classes)

    • In Hand​

    • Young Handler

    • Lead Rein

    • First Ridden

    • Newbies

    • TGCA & CHAPS qualifiers

    • Range of classes for Mounted & Moorlands

    • Cob, hunters, riding horses, hacks, and many, many more.

    • Working Hunters (inc lead rein classes) 50cm - 1.00m

    • Novelty Classes

  • Fun Dog Show Classes on Saturday evening

Stable Price: Just £35 for the duration of the show

Available the day before the show

Show Jumping

Friday

Superflex Arena 1

60cm Show Jumping
70cm Show Jumping
80cm Show Jumping
90cm Show Jumping
100cm Show Jumping
105cm Show Jumping
Rosettes to 6th, £12 Per Class

 

Saturday and Sunday

Superflex Arena 1

60cm Open Senior Jumping
70cm Senior Jumping
80cm Senior Jumping
90cm Senior Jumping
100cm Senior Jumping
105cm Senior Jumping
Six Bar Challenge (Saturday Only)
Rosettes to 6th, £12 Per Class

Superflex Arena 2

60cm BS Just For Schools League Class
70cm BS Just For Schools League Class
80cm BS Just For Schools League Class
90cm BS Just For Schools League Class
100cm BS Just For Schools League Class
(Not Before 11am)
50cm Open Junior Jumping
60cm Open Junior Jumping
70cm Junior Jumping
80cm Junior Jumping
90cm Junior Jumping
100cm Junior Jumping
Rosettes to 6th,£12 Per Class

Dressage

Saturday

Dressage Arena 1

Intro A (2008)
Prelim 2 (2016)
Prelim 12 (2005)
Novice 24 (2010)
Rosettes to 6th, £12 Per Class

Sunday

Dressage Arena 1

Intro B (2009)
Prelim 7 (2007)
Prelim 18 (2002)
Novice 27 (2007)
Rosettes to 6th, £12 Per Class

Information

  • Dressage entries must be received by the Monday before the show.

  • Times will be posted on www.cricklands.com 2 days before the show.

  • All dressage tests are available from British Dressage.

  • No martingales/ boots/ bandages permitted. Spurs, whips and callers are permitted.

  • Please report mounted to Arena Steward at least 10 minutes prior to your time.

Showing

Unlimited Classes Package - Just £30! 
Please use THIS LINK to enter showing package and classes

Show Secretary – Jessica Watkins
Showing Co-ordinator - Laura Rutter

  • Cricklands Champion of Champions Under Lights Performance Qualifier

  • Qualifier for TSR NAF Five Star Showing Finals

  • 3 rings now on a Surface, including Working Hunter

  • The Cricklands Showing Package means you can enter as many showing classes as you like on both days of the show. Have a look at the schedule for our wide range of classes to suit all!

  • Rosettes to 6th Place. 

  • £150 to Supreme Champion of Show and £50 to the Reserve

HOW TO ENTER

To enter select Summer Show-SHOWING PACKAGE, when you follow the link below to our horsemonkey page.  Here you enter all classes that you would like to enter.  There will be no entries on the day. You will all be provided with a bridle number through horse monkey which you will be require to wear for all classes.  This number can be printed off at home or worn using a bridle badge. 
 

Cricklands Champion of Champions Under Lights Performance
All Champions & Reserve Champions (except Novelty, Young Handler, Best Turned Out and Newbie) will qualify for the ‘Cricklands Champion of Champions’ Under Lights Performance, to be held here on Friday Evening 10th September 2021.

Quick Links

Saturday

Magic Ring 1

Magic Ring 2

Magic Ring 3

Superflex 3

Sunday

Magic Ring 1

Magic Ring 2

Magic Ring 3

Superflex 3

Supreme Champion of Show

Show Qualifiers

Saturday

Magic Ring 1
9am start


Class 1 - Best Turned Out - Ridden (Plaited)
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Any Height. Not open to M&Ms. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 2 -  Novice Show Hunter / Show Pony 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. Ponies not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 3 - Open Show Hunter / Show Pony 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 4 - Novice Lead Rein - Plaited Only 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. To include plaited only. Ponies not to have won any Lead Rein class before 1st January in the current year. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY.To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 5 - Open Lead Rein - Plaited Only
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms, most suitable for, and ridden by a child not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year. To include plaited only. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 6 – Novice First Ridden Show Hunter/Show Pony
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. Riders must be 4yrs & over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. Ponies not to have won any First Ridden class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY.1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 7 – Open First Ridden Show Hunter/Show Pony
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. Riders must be 4yrs & over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.


CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 1 - 7.

 

Not before 11am

Class 8 - Newbie Lead Rein
Mare or Gelding. Four years and over. Riders to be correct size for mount. This class is an introduction to showing class for riders 12 years and under, who consider themselves either a new, nervous or novice rider at showing not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. There will be a group go round in walk and trot. To be led by an attendant. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship (Sunday).


Class 9 - Newbie Junior Rider
Mare or Gelding. Four years and over. Riders to be correct size for mount. This class is an introduction to showing class for riders 16 years and under, who consider themselves either a new, nervous or novice rider at showing not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. There will be a group go round in walk and trot. A short individual show will be required. If riders are not happy to canter they may stay at a trot. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY.

 

Class 10 - Newbie Senior Rider
Mare or Gelding. Four years and over. Riders to be correct size for mount. This class is an introduction to showing class for riders 17 years and over, who consider themselves either a new, nervous or novice rider at showing not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. There will be a group go round in walk and trot. A short individual show will be required. If riders are not happy to canter they may stay at a trot. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY.1st and 2nd qualify for Championship (Sunday).

 

CHAMPIONSHIP ON SUNDAY


Class 11 - Young Handler 4yrs – 7yrs
In Hand. Horses to be a suitable size for the handler, handlers not to have attained their 8th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship 

 

Class 12 - Young Handler 8yrs – 11yrs
In Hand. Horses to be a suitable size for the handler, handlers not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship. 

 

Class 13 - Young Handler 12yrs – 18yrs
In Hand. Horses to be a suitable size for the handler, handlers not to have attained their 19th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

YOUNG HANDLER CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Afternoon Session, To Start at 2pm

Class 14 - Novice Hunter - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, any height. Riders any age. Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year.  1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 15 - Open Hunter - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 16 - Novice Hack / Riding Horse - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year.  1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 17 - Open Hack Riding Horse - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 18 - Novice Cob - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 19 - Open Cob - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.


Class 20 - Ridden Ex-Racehorse
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, to be registered with Weatherbys and have raced under Jockey.. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 21 - Ridden Veteran 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 15 years old and over. Highest placed skewbald/piebald veteran will qualify for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship. 

 

Class 22 - Ridden Coloured
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Riders any age. To include Piebald, Skewbald, Palomino, Dun, Spotted, Appaloosa, Roan.(see rules for Ridden Stallions) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 23 - Pure/Part/Anglo Arab & Foreign and Rare Breeds Ridden
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Riders any age. To be registered relevant   Society (see rules for Ridden Stallions) Rare Breeds eligible are those on the Critical & Endangered lists to include part breds (Special Best Youngstock Rosette) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP For Classes 14 - 23

Magic Ring 2
9am Start

Class 24 - Ridden Best Turned Out - Non Plaited 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Any Height.  Only open to M&MS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 25 - Novice M&M Lead Rein 
Any Type. Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Ponies to be registered with their respective stud books and not to have won any Lead Rein class before 1st January in the current year. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 26 - Open M&M Lead Rein 
Any Type. Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Ponies to be registered with their respective stud books. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 27– Novice M&M Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the respective pure breed society stud books. Ponies never to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 28 – Open M&M Ridden
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the respective pure breed society stud books. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 29 – Open First Ridden M&M 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. Riders must be 4yrs & over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 30 – Novice First Ridden M&M
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. Riders must be 4yrs & over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. Ponies not to have won any First Ridden class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.
NOT BEFORE 11AM

 

Class 31 - - M&M Welsh A&B Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the WPCS Welsh Section A or B. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 32 - M&M Welsh C&D Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the WPCS Welsh Section C or D. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 33 - Part Bred Welsh Ridden
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the respective pure breed society stud books.  1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 24 - 33 

 

Afternoon Session, To Start at 2pm

The following 4 classes are CHAPS (UK) Qualifiers. For full rulings and information on competitions/ qualification, please refer to the CHAPS(UK) Members’ Handbook; or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings. Only skewbalds/piebalds can compete in the classes.  All stallions, 4 years and over entering these classes must be graded with CHAPS (UK). All stallions must wear Stallion ID disks in the ring, without exception.

 

Class 34 – CHAPS Open Youngstock
Youngsters 1, 2 and 3 years of age. No foals. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 35 - CHAPS Coloured Open In Hand 
Horses any age, must be eligible for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 36 - CHAPS Open Nat/Trad/Cob Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion 4yo or over of Native, Traditional or Cob Type. To be eligible for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 37 - CHAPS Open Non Native Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion 4yo or over, to be shown plaited. To be eligible for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 38 - TGCA Pure Bred Young Stock In Hand 
Mar, Gelding, Colt or Filly. (see Show Qualifiers page for colt rules) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship. 

 

Class 39 - TGCA Pure Bred In Hand 4 yr and over 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Riders can be any age, but must be suited for size of horse/pony. (See Show Qualifiers page for Stallion Rules) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 40 - TGCA Pure Bred Ridden
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Riders can be any age, but must be suited for size of horse/pony. (See Show Qualifiers page for Stallion Rules) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 34 - 40

Class 41 - Competition Horse or Pony - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Suitable for dressage, showjumping or eventing. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 42 - Family Horse or Pony - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. To be suitable for all the family and ridden by two generations. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 43 - Riding Club Horse - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over exceeding 148cm. Suitable for riding club activities. Class will include a small jump. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 44 - Pony Club Pony - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over exceeding 148cm. Suitable for pony club activities. Class will include a small jump. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 41 - 44

Magic Ring 3
To Start not before 12:30pm

Class 45 - In-Hand Best Turned Out (Plaited) 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. For Plaited only. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 46 - In-Hand Hack/Riding Horse 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. Hack not to exceed 160cms, Riding Horse to exceed 148cms at Maturity. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 47 - In-Hand Hunter / Show Cob 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. To exceed 148cms. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 48 - In-Hand Ex-Racehorse
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. To be registered with Weatherbys and MUST have raced under Jockey Club rules. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 49 - In-Hand Coloured Horse or Pony 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. To include Piebald, Skewbald, Palomino, Dun, Spotted, Appaloosa, Roans. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 50 - In-Hand Veteran 
Mare or Gelding. Any Breed. Fifteen years old and over. Competitors will be required to give a short show. Exhibitors must display equines age. (Special Rosette to Eldest Pony. Special Rosette to Eldest Horse) Highest placed skewbald/piebald veteran will qualify for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

Class 51 - In-Hand Foreign and Rare Breed 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. To be registered with relevant Society (see rules for Ridden Stallions) Rare Breeds eligible are those on the Critical & Endangered lists to include part breds (Special Best Youngstock Rosette) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 52 - In-Hand Mini Breed e.g. Shetland 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Ponies not exceeding 87cm (Special Best Youngstock Rosette) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 53 - In-Hand Companion Horse or Pony 
Any age. For horses and ponies that do not fit in any other showing class, Exhibits will not be marked down for scares or blemishes. Any height. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 54 - In-Hand Pure Part Anglo Arab
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Any age. To be registered with the Arab Horse Society (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 55 - In-Hand Driving Horse or Pony 
Any age. Any Type to make suitable Driving Type. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 56 - In-Hand Best Condition Horse or Pony 
Any age. Any Type. To be judged on Condition and Turnout. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 57 - In-Hand Show Hunter / Show Pony
Any age. Not to exceed 148cms. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 45 - 57

Afternoon Session, To Start not before 3pm

Class 58 - In-Hand Best Turned Out Non- Plaited 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. For M&M only. (Special Best Youngstock)1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 59 - In-Hand M&M Youngstock (excluding welsh)
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Pure Breed Societies of Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Highland, New Forest, Connemara, Fell and Dales. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 60 - In-Hand M&M 4yro and over  (excluding welsh)
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Pure Breed Societies of Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Highland, New Forest, Connemara, Fell and Dales. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 61 - In-Hand Welsh A&B Youngstock 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 62 - In-Hand Welsh C&D Youngstock 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 63 - In-Hand Welsh A&B 4yrs and Over 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 64 - In-Hand Welsh C&D 4 yrs and Over 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 65 - In-Hand Welsh Part Bred Youngstock 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 66 - In-Hand Welsh Part Bred 4 yrs and over 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 67 - In-Hand Part Bred M&M
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP For Classes 58 - 67

 

Superflex Ring 3
Afternoon Session, Not Before 2pm

Class 68 – 50cm Working Hunter - Lead Rein Permitted 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. . If led by an attendant. Lead Rein must be attached to the noseband only (Max Height of Jumps 50cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 69 – 60cm Working Hunter - Assistance Permitted 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 60cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 70 – 70cm Working Hunter 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 70cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 71 – 80cm Working Hunter 

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 80cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.
 

Class 72 – 90cm Working Hunter 

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 90cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 73 – 100cm Working Hunter

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 1m) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 68 - 73

Novelty Classes

To follow on in the first available ring at the end of the day.  Please note these classes are not eligible for the Supreme Championships of Show


Class N1 - Best Thelwell Look-alike

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.


Class N2 - Pony the Judge would most like to take home

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.


Class N3 - Pony with Prettiest Eyes

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.


Class N4 - Pony most like it’s Owner

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.
 

Class N5 - Pony with the Cutest Face

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.

 
Class N6 - I Don’t Fit in Any Other Class

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.


Class N7 - Dragged in From the Field

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.


Class N8 - Strictly Come Showing

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.


Class N9 - Fancy Dress Horse/Pony

Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount.

  
CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes N1 - N9

 
 
 
 
 
 

Sunday

Magic Ring 1
9am start

Class 74 - Best turned out Ridden (Plaited)
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Any Height. Not open to M&Ms. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 75 - Novice Hunter - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, any height. Riders any age. Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 76 - Open Hunter - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 77 - Novice Hack / Riding Horse - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 78 - Open Hack Riding Horse - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Not Before 11am

Class 79 - Novice Cob - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 80 - Open Cob - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 81 - Ridden Ex-Racehorse
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, to be registered with Weatherbys and have raced under Jockey. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 82 - Ridden Veteran - Non Qualifier 
15 years old and over, Special rosette for oldest horse or pony. Highest placed skewbald/piebald veteran will qualify for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 83 - Novice Ridden Coloured
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Riders any age. To include Piebald, Skewbald, Palomino, Dun, Spotted, Appaloosa, Roan.(see rules for Ridden Stallions)Horse not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 84 - Open Ridden Coloured
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Riders any age. To include Piebald, Skewbald, Palomino, Dun, Spotted, Appaloosa, Roan.(see rules for Ridden Stallions) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 74 - 84

Afternoon Session, To Start at 2pm

Class 85 - Novice Lead Rein - Plaited Only 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. To include plaited only. Ponies not to have won any Lead Rein class before 1st January in the current year. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 86 - Open Lead Rein - Plaited Only
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms, most suitable for, and ridden by a child not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year. To include plaited only. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 87 - Novice First Ridden - Plaited Only 
Any Type. Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. To include plaited . Ponies not to have won any First Ridden class before 1st January in the current year. Riders not to have attained their 11th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 88 - Open First Ridden - Plaited Only 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms, most suitable for, and ridden by a child not to have attained their 11th birthday before 1st January in the current year. To include plaited  ponies only, SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 89 -  Novice Show Hunter / Show Pony 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. Ponies not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 90 - Open Show Hunter / Show Pony 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 148cms. Riders any age. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.
CHAMPIONSHIP 

 

Class 91 - Newbie Lead Rein
Mare or Gelding. Four years and over. Riders to be correct size for mount. This class is an introduction to showing class for riders 12 years and under, who consider themselves either a new, nervous or novice rider at showing not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. There will be a group go round in walk and trot. To be led by an attendant. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY.  1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 92 - Newbie Junior Rider
Mare or Gelding. Four years and over. Riders to be correct size for mount. This class is an introduction to showing class for riders 16 years and under, who consider themselves either a new, nervous or novice rider at showing not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. There will be a group go round in walk and trot. A short individual show will be required. If riders are not happy to canter they may stay at a trot. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 93 - Newbie Senior Rider
Mare or Gelding. Four years and over. Riders to be correct size for mount. This class is an introduction to showing class for riders 17 years and over, who consider themselves either a new, nervous or novice rider at showing not to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. There will be a group go round in walk and trot. A short individual show will be required. If riders are not happy to canter they may stay at a trot. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 85 - 93 (Not eligible for Supreme Championship of Show)  

 

Magic Ring 2
To Start at 9am

Class 94 - In - Hand Best Turned Non Plaited 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. M&M only (Special Best Youngstock)1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 95 - In - Hand M&M Youngstock (excluding welsh)
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Pure Breed Societies of Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Highland, New Forest, Connemara, Fell and Dales. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 96 - In - Hand M&M 4yrs and over  (excluding welsh)
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Pure Breed Societies of Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Highland, New Forest, Connemara, Fell and Dales. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 97 - In - Hand Welsh A&B Youngstock 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 98 - In - Hand Welsh C&D Youngstock 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Not Before 11am

Class 99 - In - Hand Welsh A&B  4yrs and Over 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 100 - In - Hand Welsh C&D 4 yrs and Over 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Registered with the respective Welsh Breed Society. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 101 - In - Hand Welsh Part bred Youngstock 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 102 - In - Hand Welsh Part bred 4 yrs and over 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 94 - 102

Afternoon Session, To Start at 2pm

Class 103 - Ridden Best Turned Out - Non Plaited 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Any Height.  Only open to M&MS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 104 - Novice M&M Lead Rein 
Any Type. Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Ponies to be registered with their respective stud books and not to have won any Lead Rein class before 1st January in the current year. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 105 - Open M&M Lead Rein 
Any Type. Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Ponies to be registered with their respective stud books. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before January 1st in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. To be led by an attendant. Lead Rein attached to the noseband only. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 106 - Novice M&M Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the respective pure breed society stud books. Ponies never to have won 1st place in any class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 107 - Open M&M Ridden
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the respective pure breed society stud books. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 108 – Open First Ridden M&M
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. Riders must be 4yrs & over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY (No Loop ring Snaffles (Wilkie)). 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 109 – Novice First Ridden M&M
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Not exceeding 128cms. Riders must be 4yrs & over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. Ponies not to have won any First Ridden class before 1st January in the current year. SNAFFLE BRIDLES ONLY (No Loop ring Snaffles (Wilkie)). 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 110 - M&M Welsh A&B Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the WPCS Welsh Section A or B. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 111 - M&M Welsh C&D Ridden 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the WPCS Welsh Section C or D. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 112 – Part Bred Welsh Ridden
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. Four years and over. To be registered with the respective pure breed society stud books.  1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 103 - 112

 

Magic Ring 3
To Start at 9am

Class 113 - In-Hand Veteran 
Mare or Gelding. Any Breed. Fifteen years old and over. Competitors will be required to give a short show. Exhibitors must display equines age. (Special Rosette to Eldest Pony. Special Rosette to Eldest Horse) Highest placed skewbald/piebald veteran will qualify for CHAPS. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 114 - In-Hand Pure/ Part Anglo Arab
Stallion, Mare or Gelding . Any age. To be registered with the Arab Horse Society (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 115 - In-Hand Driving Horse or Pony 
Any age. Any Type to make suitable Driving Type. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 116 - In-Hand Best Condition Horse or Pony 
Any age. Any Type. To be judged on Condition and Turnout. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 117 - In-Hand Show Hunter / Show Pony
Any age. Not to exceed 148cms. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 118 - In-Hand Companion Pony
Any age. Any Type. To be judged on Condition and Turnout. (Special Best Veteran) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 113 - 118

Not Before 11am

Class 119 - Pure/Part/Anglo Arab & Foreign and Rare Breeds - Ridden
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Riders any age. To be registered with relevant   Society(see rules for Ridden Stallions) Rare Breeds eligible are those on the Critical & Endangered liststo include part breds (Special Best Youngstock Rosette) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 120 - Family Horse or Pony – Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. To be suitable for all the family and ridden by two generations. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 121 - Riding Club Horse - Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over exceeding 148cm. Suitable for riding club activities. Class will include a small jump. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 122 - Pony Club Pony – Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over exceeding 148cm. Suitable for pony club activities. Class will include a small jump. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 123 - Competition Horse or Pony – Ridden
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over. Suitable for dressage, showjumping or eventing . Class will include a small jump. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 119 - 123

Afternoon Session, to Start at 2pm

Class 124 - In - Hand Best Turned Out Plaited 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. For Plaited only. (Special Best Youngstock)1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 125 - In - Hand Hack/Riding Horse 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. Hack not to exceed 160cms, Riding Horse to exceed 148cms at Maturity. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 126 - In - Hand Hunter 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. To exceed 148cms. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 127 – In-hand Cob (Show Cob) 
Mare or Gelding. Any age. To exceed 148cms. (Special Best Youngstock) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 128 - In - Hand Ex-Racehorse
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. To be registered with Weatherbys and MUST have raced under Jockey Club rules. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 129 - In - Hand Coloured Horse or Pony 
Mare, Gelding or Stallion. To include Piebald, Skewbald, Palomino, Dun, Spotted, Appaloosa, Roans. 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 130 - In - Hand Competition Horse or Pony
Any age. Any height. Suitable for dressage, showjumping or eventing(Special Best Youngstock)1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 131 - In - Hand Mini Breed eg Shetland 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Ponies not exceeding 87cm(Special Best Youngstock Rosette) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

 

Class 132 - In - Hand Foreign and Rare Breed 
Stallion, Mare or Gelding. To be registered with the Arab Horse Society(see rules for Ridden Stallions) Rare Breeds eligible are those on the Critical & Endangered liststo include part breds (Special Best Youngstock Rosette) 1st and 2nd qualify for Championship.

CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 124 - 132


Superflex Ring 3
Afternoon Session, not before 2pm

Class 133 – 50cm Working Hunter - Lead Rein Permitted 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. If led by an attendant lead Rein must be attached to the noseband only (Max Height of Jumps 50cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 134 – 60cm Working Hunter - Assistance Permitted 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 60cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 135 – 70cm Working Hunter 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 70cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 136 – 80cm Working Hunter 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 80cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 137 – 90cm Working Hunter 
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 90cm) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.

 

Class 138 – 100cm Working Hunter
Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over, Riders must be a suitable size for their mount. (Max Height of Jumps 1m) 1st and 2nd Qualify for Championship.


CHAMPIONSHIP for Classes 133 - 138

 
 
 

Supreme Champion of Show

Magic Ring 1

SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP OF SHOW

Eligible for all Champions and Reserve Champions from Saturday and Sunday (except Novelty, Dog and Newbie Classes)

 

The Winner to receive Champion of Show Sash, Rosette and £150.

Runner up to receive Reserve Champion Sash, Rosette and £50

 

First Reserve to receive First Reserve Champion Rosette

 
 

Show Qualifiers

TSR NAF Five Star Showing Finals

This show is a qualifier for the 2021 TSR NAF Five Star Showing Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the Finals Central, East Anglia, North West, North East, South East, Wales & South West or Scottish.

You Do Not have to be a TSR member to qualify or enter a final. The Rider/Handler qualifies and can enter any horse/pony in any number of Finals!

TSR NAF FIVE STAR Showing Finals 2021- The Finals for 2021 will be open entry there is no requirement to qualify!

TGCA TOYS In Hand and Ridden Classes - Affiliation Number 21/1007/STD*

No known breeding required to enter these classes.

TGCA Breed classes are qualifiers for the Best of Breed Finals at the Traditional Gypsy Cob Association's (TGCA) National Breed Championship Show “TOYS”. Classes are open to all traditional gypsy cobs.

Part Bred classes, are open to all part bred traditional gypsy cobs and are qualifiers for the part bred finals at “TOYS”. The exhibit must have one parent that is bred traditional gypsy cob.

Stallions – All stallions (four years and over) in order to enter any TGCA affiliated class MUST be TGCA registered, have passed TGCA stallion evaluations and their TGCA stallion disc displayed on their bridle. Stallions and colts over the age of two, MUST be shown in a stallion bridle with a metal bit and chain lead as per the current TGCA rulebook.

Current TGCA members must present their Membership card and Qualification card to the judge in the ring for signature. Non-members MUST receive a qualification card from the judge and have 21 days to join the TGCA and register their horse to validate the qualification. Please refer to www.tgca.co.uk for further details including membership, horse registration and showing rules (contained within the members handbook).

 

SWPA CHAMPIONSHIPS

This show is a qualifier for the South West Pony Association Championships to be held on 2nd-4th September 2021 at The David Broome Event Centre, Crick, Monmouthshire. NP26 5XP

 To qualify for the Championships:

1. Enter one of the qualifying classes.

2. Be one of the two highest placed exhibits not already qualified within the first four and receive a qualification card.

3. Complete the entry form on the qualification card.

4. Register on-line at www.showingscene.com within 14 days of qualification

5. Upload this card using our on-line management system at www.showingscene.com

Please Note: Registration fee for 2021 is £30 to include all members of the family and equines owned by the family. For shows held after the 2021 Championship Show, qualification will be for the 2022 Championship Show.

 

 

CHAPS Qualifier

The show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse and Pony Society (UK). Affiliation Numbers are 21131(May) 21132 (July). Both owner and the rider need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete. However in order to qualify, both owner and Rider/Exhibitor need to be a current showing member and present their valid qualifier card IN THE RING for signing by the judge. Members to apply in writing to CHAPS (UK) for appropriate qualifier card. The CHAPS (UK) Championship Show will be held on the 5th-6th September 2021.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What to do Now!
You just need to enter to reserve your stable.  We created a show that is ideal for people that don't often stay away at Horse Shows.  We have ample toilets and showers, exceptional catering at very reasonable catering prices and parties each night (Covid-19 Restrictions Permitting).  Electric hook up is also available for those that prefer their creature comforts.

How do I know if I will be good enough?
These shows are meant for people like you.  Our "Welcome To Jumping" classes are designed to encourage younger children and adults that are just starting their journey, or perhaps just finding their confidence after a bit of a break.  We suggest finding someone (perhaps on our Facebook Group) that has already come to the centre and they will tell you that you can be sure that we cater for individuals of all standards. Most people found that, whether you win or not, it really is a great weekend of fun.


It seems a long way to travel.
We are only 10 minutes from the Severn Bridge, which is now free to cross, with main roads leading virtually right up to the entrance.  The Show has been designed for people like you to come and stay over. Why not team up with people from your livery yards or that live near and share a lorry and ask to be stabled next to each other?

What do we need to do when we get there?
On arrival to the Showground, please park where you are asked to park.  Then, check in with the Stable Manager, who will show you to your stable. Your stable number is not the same as your running numbers.  Once you have unloaded and set up your "camp", if there is still time why not take your horse or pony for a walk around our showground to get used to all the sights before the competitions the following day.

Customer Testimonials

“I would like to thank you for the wonderful shows, riding facilities and opportunities provided at Cricklands”


“Many thanks, we all had a fab weekend and hope to return in August and each year thereafter, it was well worth the 12 hour round trip from Northumberland!!”


“Just a quick email to say that I had a great time at the show. I found it extremely professional and well run”


“Once again thank you so much to all involved from friendly ground staff to Office & Ring officials for making this event so wonderful”


“Just thought I would let you know what a great time I had over the weekend.”


“Many, many thanks for such an amazing experience for the children and for allowing us to be part of such a wonderful and exciting  weekend.”

"First time here and loved it, rings ran smoothly, quick course changes, and staff and people so friendly."


"This was our first visit to the David Broome Event Centre and after hearing so many good things it lived up to all expectations, fantastic arenas, great food and a good variety all reasonably priced. There was night life on both nights, music all day long not just at the arenas around the stables as well; all made for a fantastic atmosphere with lovely friendly stress free people. We came home feeling like we had been on holiday."


"We had an excellent weekend at Junior Champs! I really enjoyed the commentary in the main Arena. I also found the girls in the office extremely helpful and patient answering all my silly questions etc. Super friendly and well organised event hope to return again soon"


"Absolutely adore this place! There are excellent facilities, fantastic surfaces; it’s so homely and dog friendly. The staff couldn't be more helpful, it’s so well run."


"As usual, another fabulous show, the team here bend over backwards to accommodate everyone's needs and are all super friendly and helpful."


"Thanks again for everything!!"


"Fantastic venue. Competed at both dressage winter league finals and championships of GB stay away shows and absolutely loved it. Couldn't ask for more. Thank you!"


"Had a fantastic weekend with my daughter showing her mare. The staff are great, very friendly and helpful as were the judges. We had a brilliant time! Can't wait until next year! Thank you all so much!"


"I came 12 years ago as a teenager competing; this was my first time back for the seniors. Nothing has changed, still very professional and well ran. Well done all of you, you are doing fab! From the team down Newcastle upon Tyne"


"Our first stay away show and I was worried about the 4 hour drive, would it be worth it? YES it was! A lovely experience and the guy commentating on my daughters first ever Derby was so full of encouragement it made my weekend! A lovely place with lovely people."