Cornish Heavy Horse Society Ltd 24th Annual Show
In conjunction with Camborne Show
Camborne Show Society (Charity No. 295971)
Saturday 20thJuly 2019
The Coombe, Camborne, Cornwall
HEAVY HORSE SHOW SCHEDULE 2019
Judge: Mr Morley Roberts, Holsworthy, Devon
Ring Stewards: Emma Vyvyan and Lynsey Wall
Entries & Enquiries to the Secretary –
DOWNLOAD ENTRY FORM HERE: CHHS Show Entry Forms
23 Crantock Street
Newquay TR7 1JJ
Tel: 01637 873955
Entry Fee: £5.00 per Horse
Travelling Subsistence: £20.00 per Horse
Vehicle and handler passes will be sent out prior to the show for all entries received by: Tuesday 9th July 2019
1stClass S.A.E required please
Late entries will be accepted on the day but payment to be made at the gate for entrance to the show.
Rosettes: To all entrants
Sashes: For Champion and Reserve Champion donated by Peggy Johns.
JUDGING COMMENCES PROMPT AT 10am
On the day entries please register before 9:30am at the secretaries stand located next to the Heavy Horse Show ring.
Classes 1 to 4 for ANY recognised Heavy Horse Breed.
|Class 1.||In hand Stallions.
To be shown in stallion harness.
Camborne Show Silver Cup
|Class 2.||In hand 3 years old and under.
1, 2 or 3 year old Colt, Filly or Gelding (Please ensure Colts are properly harnessed)
F C West Challenge Cup presented by Mr T Farrent
Udy Cup for Best 3 year old presented by Mr & Mrs D Udy
Udy Cup for Best 2 year old presented by Mr & Mrs D Udy
Kestle Yearling Trophy presented by Peggy Johns
|Class 3.||In hand 4 years old and over – Geldings.
Cup presented by Mr and Mrs R Green
|Class 4.||In hand 4 years old and over – Mares.
Crantock Bay Hotel Challenge Cup presented by Mr & Mrs Eyles
|Those placed first and second in classes 126.96.36.199 will be judged for BEST IN SHOW.
|Best in Show||The winner will qualify for the West of England Heavy Horse In Hand Championships
Qualification rules are at the back of this Schedule
The west of England Championships are sponsored by: –
Wadworth & Co Brewers of Devizes, Wilts
Horses qualifying for the Championships and other horses from the same stable may enter and take part in the Wessex Heavy Horse Society’s Annual Show on the same day.
Show classes include: –
Mare and Geldings 3
Yearling, 2 year old, Colt & Filly Foals Harness, Harness Ladies Cart , Agricultural and Trade Turnout – (continued next page)
Overnight and Show Day stabling available.
Further information can be had from: -The West of England Heavy Horse Championship Secretary
Mr Chris Woods, 16 Crookhays, Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7 8DX. Tel: 01747853602
|Class 5.||In hand Cob – Open.
Cornish Heavy Horse Society Shield
|Class 6.||Young Handler – ASSISTED
Exhibitors must be accompanied in the ring by an adult.
|Class 7.||Young Handler – 12 to 16 YEARS
CHHS Trophy for each young handler class (Every entrant receives £5.00 prize money)
Perpetual Trophies for classes 6 & 7 presented by Julie Martin & John Lobb
|BREAK FOR LUNCH|
|Class 8.||Alan Tillier Driving Class
Long Rein without implement. Horse and Handler will complete four manoeuvres: –
v A Figure of eight
v A reverse into a box
v A complete turnabout in a circle
v A Zig Zag between traffic cones
The circle will be constructed from plastic Traffic Cones.
THIS WILL BE AGAINST THE CLOCK.
The handler and horse completing in the shortest time and with the lowest penalty points will be the winner.
|Class 9.||Working Harness
No bells or Plumes.
Marks: – 75% Harness and 25% Horse
Ron White memorial Trophy presented by Tony Treloar & David Udy
|Class 10.||Show/Decorated Harness
The winner of class 10 will qualify for the West of England Championships
Marks: – 75% Harness and 25% Horse
Karmarlan Harness Trophy presented by Mr A Lockett
|Class 11.||Heavy Horse Turnout
Singles, Pairs or Teams Agricultural, trade or ladies cart Leonard Mitchell Memorial Trophy presented by the Mitchell family
|Class 12.||Ridden Heavy Horse or Working Cob – Horses 4 Years and over
Walk, Trot and optional Canter.
Absolutely no galloping allowed in the show ring.
Flights to be removed from horses’ manes please.
Trophy presented by David Udy and Bradley Cup for best ridden working Cob
Owners and horses are asked to parade for the final presentation of Trophies and to be entitled to travelling subsistence.
Camborne Show Special Rosettes to all on parade.
To be awarded during the Grand Parade
- Best Horse – breed other than Shire –CHHS Trophy
- Best Veteran – 16 years and over – Halvosso Trophy
- Best Turned Out Horse and Harness – Safeway Cup
- Best Black Horse – The Cornish Coffee Challenge Cup
- Best Cornish Bred Horse – Cup by Mr & Mrs R Curnow
- Best Plaited Horse – West Country Television Cup
- Best Shod Horse – Tom James Shield
- Farrier of Best Shod horse – Kerrids Trophy
ROSETTES & TROPHIES
ALL TROPHIES MUST BE SIGNED FOR BEFORE LEAVING THE SHOW GROUND.
THE SHIRE HORSE SOCIETY
The Cornish Heavy Horse Society is affiliated to The Shire Horse Society. A Shire Horse Society Silver Spoon and Rosette will be awarded to the Best Mare and/or Filly and the Best Stallion.
This award is subject to the Shire Horse Society Special Conditions of offer.
THE SUFFOLK HORSE SOCIETY
The Suffolk Horse Society offers a brass and two rosettes.
THE CLYDESDALE HORSE SOCIETY
The Cornish Heavy Horse Society is affiliated with the Clydesdale society. The Clydesdale Horse Society offers a Rosette for Ridden Class. A Shield Winner Rosette (best yearling or two year old). A Rosette Qualifier Young Handler aged 12 to 16 years. 3 Merits to distribute over the two Young Handler Classes.
The Rules and Regulations for all special awards will be displayed on the day.
Rules of the show
Bullying and Bad behaviour towards People or Animals will not be tolerated
Any Bad behaviour towards our committee and officials will result in immediate warning and possible banning
The Judge’s decision is final
Any complaints must be made in writing with a £30 deposit, if the committee see the complaint unfit the deposit may not be returned.
Correct and clean turnout of both horse and handler/rider is a condition of entry, determined by the Judge and steward.
Once judging has commenced no late comers will be accepted into the ring
Failure to comply with the rules will result in loss of entry and possible removal from the showground
| RULES OF QUALIFICATION – WEST of ENGLAND HEAVY HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS
|1. Qualifiers must be from Recognised Heavy Horse Breeds,of any age, Stallions, Colts, Geldings, Fillies and Mares.|
|2. (a) The In-Hand Qualifier must be the Show Champion of the Day. If already qualified at a
previous Qualifier Show then if necessary the qualifier position can go down the line to 4th
(b) If the top 4 horses have already qualified then NO qualifier can be nominated The Show Harness and Decorated Harness qualifier must be the highest placed on the day,down to 4thposition if necessary. A set of harness can only be used upon one qualifying horse.
|3. Should a Qualifying Horse refuse a First Qualification this will exclude that horse from qualifying in the same Championship at any further Qualifying Shows that year.|
|4. If the Qualifier subsequently be unable to attend the Championships at the Turnpike Showground
(North Dorset) then the Championship Secretary must be notified. The position can then be passed to the next eligible horse
|5. Each horse that qualifies will receive a Qualifier Rosette|
All equine entries must comply with current equine flu vaccination requirements.
All horses must have been vaccinated with the primary course (1stvaccination and then 2ndvaccination between 21-92 days), first booster (150 – 215 days) and all subsequent boosters (within 365 days) Horses may compete having received the primary course and prior to the first booster but not within 7 days of receiving a vaccine dose. Horses must have been vaccinated within 6 months but not less than 7 days of arriving at the show.
Foals are exempt of this requirement.
Please ensure that you bring your horse’s passport as random checks will be carried out. Anyone who’s horse is not vaccinated will be asked to leave the show ground.
There will be no refunds or travel subsistence’s paid.
Public Liability Insurance
All exhibitors must have public liability insurance and a copy of the policy MUST be available for production at the show ground if requested.
It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to have adequate liability insurance to indemnify the organisers of the event for any claims against death, injury, disease or damage to any person, vehicle or property arising from or caused by the actions of their horse or rider/driver during any activities being carried out in connection with the event. Exhibitors are advised to insure against fire and other appropriate risks as regard to their own property and against third party claims.
DIRECTIONS TO CAMBORNE SHOWGROUND.
From the A.30 Camborne – Redruth by-pass
Leave the A.30 at CAMBORNE WEST and follow the Show Signs and RED arrows to the show ground.
The Show Ground is situated on the B3301 Hayle to Portreath Coast road and is adjacent to Hells Mouth.
For further help go to the website www.camborne-show.org.uk and see ShowDetails / Show Locationfor a google map.
For those with satellite Navigation systems the post code is: – TR27 5EF.
We look forward to seeing you there!
DOWNLOAD ENTRY FORM HERE: CHHS Show Entry Forms