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KEYSOE   HALLOWEEN SHOWING
KEYSOE
HALLOWEEN SHOWING SHOW 27.10.14 ALL CLASSES £10 ENTRIES ON THE DAY INDOOR SHOWING RING RESTAURANT & CAFÉ HALLOWEEN TREATS & GAMES **FREE DAY STABLES IF COMPETEING 3 OR MORE HORSES** MIXTURE OF UNAFFILIATED & AFFILIATED CLASSES WWW.KEYSOE.COM THE
COLLEGE Equestrian Centre Church Road, Keysoe, Bedford, MK44 2JP Tel (01234) 708400/1, Fax (01234) 708973 e‐mail:‐ [email protected] RING ONE – INDOOR 8:30am CLASS 1 – SUPERSTITION NOVICE RIDDEN HORSE – never been placed 1st in any ridden show class. Not to be ridden by the judge. Any suitable bridle. CLASS 2 – BLACK MAGIC OPEN RIDDEN HORSE – any suitable bridle. Not to be ridden by the judge. CLASS 3 – SPELL ON YOU EX RACE HORSE – not to be ridden by the judge. CLASS 4 – ZOMBIE RIDDEN PONY – any suitable bridle, 3yrs old and over – rider any age but must be suitable for the pony. CLASS 5 – FRANKENSTEIN VETERANS 12YRS OLD AND OVER CLASS 6 – SCARECROW RIDING CLUB HORSE CLASS 7 – HAUNTED RIDDEN ARAB AND PART BRED ARAB BUMP IN THE NIGHT UNAFFILIATED CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES 1 – 7 NOT BEFORE 10AM CLASS 8 – B.S.P.S. MIXED HEIGHT CLASS FOR NOVICE SHOW PONIES not exceeding 148cms. Competitors must be the correct age for the height of the pony they ride.
CLASS 9 – B.S.P.S. MIXED HEIGHT CLASS FOR OPEN (RESTRICTED) SHOW PONIES not exceeding 148cms. Competitors must be the correct age for the height of the pony they ride. CLASS 10 – B.S.P.S. MIXED HEIGHT CLASS FOR NOVICE SHOW HUNTER PONY, not exc. 153 cms. Competitors must be the correct age for the height of the animal they ride CLASS 11 ‐ B.S.P.S. MIXED HEIGHT CLASS FOR OPEN (RESTRICTED) S.H.P.not exceeding 153 cms. Competitors must be the correct age for the height of the animal they ride The three highest placed restricted animals in each class will qualify, and in the mixed height class the four highest placed restricted animals will qualify, (riders on restricted animals MUST wear an armband). Animals eligible for the Restricted Show Pony Classes must NOT have been placed 1st to 8th at the R.I.H.S. (except Pretty Polly), or H.O.Y.S. in the Show Pony Classes in the PREVIOUS or CURRENT YEAR.
The 1st prize winner from each of the Open/Restricted classes and the Open First Pony of Show Hunter Type will qualify for the B.S.P.S. “Winter Winners” Competition to be held at the B.S.P.S. Winter Championships to be held on 2nd – 5th April, 2015. MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE (HERITAGE) CLASS 12 – The BSPS "Heritage" Mountain & Moorland Novice Ridden Mixed Breeds Ponies 4 years old or over. Riders any age CLASS 13 – The BSPS "Heritage" Mountain & Moorland Open (Restricted) Ridden Mixed Breeds Ponies 4 years old or over. Riders any age NOT BEFORE 1PM CLASS 14 – B.S.P.S. MIXED NOVICE INTERMEDIATE SHOW RIDING TYPE/SHOW HUNTER, exc. 146 cms. but not exc. 158 cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year
CLASS 15 – B.S.P.S. MIXED OPEN (RESTRICTED) INTERMEDIATE SHOW RIDING TYPE/SHOW HUNTER. exc. 146 cms. but not exc. 158 cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year.
HAUNTED HOUSE CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES 12 ‐ 15 RING TWO – SMALL INDOOR STARTING AT 11:00 CLASS 16 – SPOOKY JOOKIE TINY TOTS LEAD REIN – riders 5yrs old & under CLASS 17 –WIZARDS FIRST YEAR RIDDEN – child not to have reached 12th birthday. Ponies 4yr old and over. Any suitable rider. No cantering as a class. CLASS 18 –WITCHES LEAD REIN – Child not to have reached 9th birthday. Any suitable bridle. Ponies 4yr old and over. CLASS 19 – GHOSTS FIRST RIDDEN – child not to have reached 12th birthday. CLASS 20 – GHOULES LEAD REIN OF HUNTER PONY TYPE CLASS 21 – WEREWOLVES FIRST RIDDEN OF HUNTER PONY TYPE THE BONE MACHINE CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES 16 – 21 CLASS 22 ‐ The BSPS “Heritage” Mountain & Moorland Novice Lead Rein Mares or Geldings, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th. Birthday before 1st January in the current year. CLASS 23 ‐ The BSPS “Heritage” Mountain & Moorland Open (Restricted) Lead Rein Mares or Geldings, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th. Birthday before 1st January in the current year. RING THREE – OUTDOOR – STARTING AT 8:30 MONSTER MASH CLEAR ROUND – 65cms £7 for one round, two rounds for £10 Followed by CLASS 24 – HOWLIN FOR YOU NOVICE WORKING HUNTER Fences 70cms CLASS 25 – The BSPS "Heritage" Mountain & Moorland Novice W.H.P. Mixed Height Ponies 4 years old or over. Riders any age CLASS 26 – The BSPS "Heritage" Mountain & Moorland Open (Restricted) W.H.P. Mixed Height Ponies 4 years old or over. Riders any age. In a Mixed Height Heritage W.H.P. Class riders may ride more than one animal, providing the animals are of a different height CLASS 27 ‐ B.S.P.S. MIXED HEIGHT CLASS FOR NOVICE W.H.P./W.H. not exceeding 158 cms. Competitors must jump in their correct height section and be the correct age for the height of the animal they ride CLASS 28 ‐ B.S.P.S. MIXED HEIGHT CLASS FOR OPEN (RESTRICTED) W.H.P./W.H., not exc. 158 cms. Competitors must jump in their correct height section and be the correct age for the height of the animal they ride MONSTER MASH CLEAR ROUND – 55cms £7 for one round, two rounds for £10 Followed by CLASS 29 ‐ B.S.P.S. NOVICE NURSERY STAKES. Ponies not exceeding 133 cms
CLASS 30 – GHOST TOWN LEAD REIN JUMPING CLASS 31 – BARK AT THE MOON FANCY DRESS JUMPING Height for all levels. Prize for the best dressed MAD HATTERS CHILDRENS TEA PARTY 3PM
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All bookings of the centre, once confirmed, are liable to a 50% cancellation fee should they be moved or cancelled Cancellation of a full day without 3 months written notice, or a part day without a weeks notice will make the total fee due. The College EC reserve the right to cancel, add to or amend any of the Competitions as they see fit due to weather conditions etc. The ability to tie up horses to the outside of boxes is a privilege not a right. This practice WILL BE BANNED if horses continue to be left unattended, or are allowed to dig up the lorry park surface. No horses to be tied to buildings or fencing. No haynets outside horseboxes Once an entry has been made, withdrawal will entail forfeiture of that fee. Fees will be liable immediately for any telephone / fax or e‐mailed entry made after the closing date. Non declaration does not remove the requirement to pay the entry fee due All unaffiliated events are run under the guidance of affiliated rules‐BSJA BD or BE. The decision of the judge is final. Neither The College Equestrian Centre, not any of its representative or staff shall be held liable for any accident, injury or damage or loss whatsoever, howsoever caused to any person animal or property at any time. Please dispose of your litter thoughtfully in bins provided. Please do not muck out into car parks. Please ask organizers before riding on grass. Any lungeing is by prior permission only, and is never permitted indoors or outdoors. You are politely requested to pick up all droppings on arenas after your animal. Any damage to any property owned or hired or rented by or from The College EC apart from normal wear and tear will be paid for at cost at the time of damage Smoking is only permitted in designated areas, and prohibited around the stable block or in arenas. All dogs must be kept on leads. Dogs are not permitted on the veranda. If dog owners do not clean up their own dogs mess, this privilege will be removed. No dogs in arenas. All horse and ponies must only move through areas shared with pedestrians at walk. No competitor / rider shall allow a stallion for which they are responsible as owner, lessee, authorised agent or rider to compete or be prepared to compete, in any competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure competitors, officials or other members of the public are not put at risk of injury The College EC reserves the right to refuse entry to class and show ground. Children must be under adult supervision at all times All competitors/riders must wear correctly fastened hats to current approved safety standards and be correctly and appropriately dressed at all times when riding. The College EC reserves the right to restrict prizes to one for every five entries, in accordance with BSJA Rule 76 (6) Formal objections must be made within 30 minutes of event, accompanied by a deposit of £25, forfeited if the objection is over ruled. Constructive criticism is welcomed Entry constitutes an agreement to be bound by and abide by these Rules. We required payment in advance for each clinic (this minimizes our administration costs and therefore clinic prices). No space will be held without appropriate fee Payment will only be refunded on production of a vet/doctors certificate, providing reasonable notice is given, and the place can be re‐allocated. If a clinic place cannot be re‐allocated, payment in full must be made. Total fee can be transferred (once) to another clinic. No monies will be refunded for cancellations within 48 hrs of event. Every effort will be made to offer your place if a waiting list exists Clinic times will be available 48 hours before the clinic by calling 01234 708400. Please make cheques payable to “The College EC”, or call with credit card details Only riders, who have paid to enter a competition/clinic on that day may ride on the property owned by The College EC, unless permission is previously requested. The competition number worn must be applicable to the rider/horse combination that has paid an entry fee. MAIN ROUTES & DIRECTIONS TO THE COLLEGE From the North M1 ‐ Exit J15 for Northampton (A508) this road becomes the A45, go past Wellingborough & Rushden, at the A45/A6 rd
Roundabout take 3 exit, next roundabout turn right onto B645 to Kimbolton. Just after Kimbolton turn right on to B660. Keysoe is 5 miles A1 ‐ Turn off right at Buckden roundabout, past Grafham Water to Great Staughton. Turn right (B645 Kimbolton) After Stonely turn left (B660 Pertenhall & Keysoe) Keysoe is 5 miles. From The South M1 ‐ Exit J13 for Bedford (A421), continue past Bedford on the bypass to exit A4280 Bedford / Renhold / Barford. Take the A4280 for Bedford, next roundabout, right (by Rogers) over 3 roundabouts, at 3rd (Pheasant Pub) turn right (B660) Keysoe is 8 miles A1 ‐ Turn off left at second St Neots Exit (B645) Take the B645 Through Great Staughton & Stonely. Just before Kimbolton turn left onto B660 (Pertenhall & Keysoe), Keysoe is 5 miles From The West M6 then A14 turn off at Kettering for A6 (Rushden / Bedford), this is the 4th Kettering exit. Take the A6 to Rushden, after the A45 roundabout follow the Rushden bypass to pick up the B645 to Kimbolton, go through Kimbolton then right to pick up B660 (right turn) to Keysoe A43 to Northampton, then A45 (then as above M1 North) A421 across M1 to Bedford (then as “M1 South”) From The East A428 to St Neots, follow signs to A1. Travel North on A1 for 1 mile, exit B645 (Kimbolton). Through Great Staughton, after Stonely turn left (B660 Keysoe). A14 to A1, South to Buckden (then as “A1 North”) Directions In Keysoe From the North (Kimbolton / Pertenhall) One mile past the Chequers Public house, (at the top of the hill) turn right into Church road, we are 3/4 mile on the left. From the South (Bedford / Bolnhurst) One mile past Kymbrook School / Keysoe Row junction, turn left into Church Road, we are 3/4 mile on the left Route plan postcode MK44 2JP Grid ref TL 071615 KEYSOE - STABLE BOOKING FORM
THE
COLLEGE,
CHURCH ROAD, KEYSOE, BEDS MK442JP
708400 [email protected],COM
Event
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Stallion
gelding
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Clean
box
£10
Booking taken by
Security no
Plug in @ £15 per night (subject to availability)
State vehicle make colour and reg no:
Bedding (stables are empty)
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Bedding
cost
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Stable usage terms
OVERNIGHT BOXES
Two nights
Three days / duration
Where available
Later use
DAY BOXES
£25
£50
£65
Available from 16:00 until 12:00 the next day.
16:00 on first day to 12:00 on second day
Show duration
+£10
£10
For an additional £10 overnight boxes can be used until 20:00
Available from 09:00 until 17:00
Payments by Credit Card state full number and start and expiry dates and security no. Cheques made payable to “The
College EC”.
A separate refundable “clean-box” fee of £10 per stable ,is required. Cheques which will be torn up if stable left clean;
payments by card will result in a second £10 fee being taken if the stable is left dirty. Booking of stables is taken as
agreement to these terms. Stables are to be left totally empty of bedding and swept clean.
Boxes are allocated on a “first come first served basis”.
Once a booking has been accepted, refunds will not be given unless the box can be re-let (£10 admin charge will be levied
per box).Bedding will be either delivered to your box or available from a central point –please check before departure.
Bedding payments can be made on stabling cheque (please check bedding prices, a these can fluctuate). NO PAPER
BEDDING on site please, but you are welcome to bring your own bedding.
Neither The College Equestrian Centre, nor any of its representatives or staff shall be held liable for any accident, injury or
damage or loss whatsoever, howsoever caused to any person animal or property at any time, and additionally accepts no
duty of care for your stabled horse, dogs or property.
No smoking and n o dogs in or around buidings or arenas. Please clear up after your dogs.
On arrival park in main car park and offload from there
Put your horse only in the stable you are allocated , horse in incorrect boxes will be evicted.
Clear your beds to the muckheap only and rubbish in bins provided.
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Rider
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Cheques made payable to “The College EC” or fill in your Credit/ Debit card details please include issue, start and
expiry date.
Once an entry has been made, withdrawal will entail forfeiture of that fee.
Neither The College Equestrian Centre, not any of its representative or staff shall be held liable for any accident,
injury or damage or loss whatsoever, howsoever caused to any person animal or property at any time.
Entry constitutes an agreement to be bound by the centre’s rules.