PICK-A-FENCE Pallinsburn, Cornhill-on-Tweed Sunday 19 October 2014

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PICK-A-FENCE Pallinsburn, Cornhill-on-Tweed Sunday 19 October 2014
North Northumberland Hunt Branch of The Pony Club
PICK-A-FENCE
At
Pallinsburn, Cornhill-on-Tweed
By Kind Permission of Mr & Mrs G Farr
Sunday 19th October 2014
Age as of 1st January
Pick-A-Fence Competition
Class 1
Riders 8 – 9 yrs
fences from 1’6” – 2’4”
(C option)
Class 2
Riders 10 – 11 yrs
fences up to 2’9”
(B & C options)
Class 3
Riders 12 – 13 yrs
fences up to 3’6”
(A, B & C options)
Class 4
Riders 14 – 15 yrs
fences up to 3’6”
(A, B & C options)
Class 5
Riders 16 yrs & over
fences up to 3’6”
(A, B & C options)
Class 6
Riders 16 yrs & over (Novice) fences up to 2’9”
(B & C options)
(Restricted to a combination of Horse & Rider that have never previously been placed 1 st to 3rd in any
competition involving jumping)
Entry Fee: £20.00
(to include Paramedic Cover)
(Entries Close Monday 13th October 2014)
Pallinsburn is situated on the A697 approximately 8 miles north of Wooler
and 4 miles south of Cornhill-on-Tweed (post code TD12 4SG)
Rules
 A horse/pony may only compete in one Pick-a-Fence class.
 Non Pony Club Members are strongly recommended to have their own insurance.
 Hats to the following standards must be worn whilst mounted: BS PAS 015 1998, BS EN 1384
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1997, EN 1384 1997, SEI Snell E95, BS ASTM 1163 95, SEI ASTM 95 or SNZ 3838 1998.
Body Protectors and Medical Armbands are compulsory for Cross Country.
No stopwatches to be worn.
No dogs allowed on the course.
Objections may be lodged within 5 minutes of results being given but a £10 deposit must be
lodged with the organising committee whose decision is final.
Disclaimer of Liability: Neither the organisers nor the North Northumberland Hunt Pony Club accept
liability for any accident, damage, illness or injury to horses, riders, spectators or any person or property
whatsoever.
Pick-a-Fence Scoring:
 Riders may attempt the highest fence option for their class. If they clear that successfully they
proceed to the next fence. If they stop, they may then attempt the next available height. If they
stop again, then the lowest option may be attempted and the competitor will receive the points for
that element. If they fail to negotiate an obstacle, they may continue to the next fence but will
score no points.
 Junior & Novice riders may only jump the option on their marked course, not a higher option.
 Riders must give way to horses which catch up with them on the course but may then proceed at
a safe distance. Jump judges are authorised to eliminate riders who do not maintain a safe
distance between themselves and the preceding horse.
Rosettes: 1st to 6th in each class.
Withdrawals after the closing date with incur a £5 penalty.
Catering and Toilet will be available on the field.
The course will be open for inspection on Saturday 18th October 2014 from 2.00 pm and times will be
listed
on
the
Secretary’s
caravan
and
posted
on
the
following
website:
www.pcuk.org/northnorthumberland. For anyone unable to walk the course or without access to the
internet the course times can be obtained on Saturday 18th October by telephoning 0797 007 0439
between 5.30pm and 7.00pm.
ENTRY FORM
Class
Rider
Age
Horse/Pony
Name: ………………………………………………………………………
PC Branch
Fee
TOTAL DUE
Address: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Post Code: ………………………………
Tel No: ………………………………………………………………………..
E-mail: …………………………………………………………………………
I Agree to abide by the above Rules (Signed)………………………………………………………….
Please make cheques payable to N. Northumberland Hunt Branch of the Pony Club & return to:
Mrs C Armstrong, c/o Thornton Mains, Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland TD15 2LP by no later than
Monday 13th October 2014. Late entries will be accepted, however, a £5 surcharge must be paid on
collection of the competitor’s number.

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