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NEWS FLASH FROM MAIN BSPS OFFICE! 

Dear Members
 
Our Chairman Pat and her husband Terry have asked me to thank all members for your kindness, letters, cards, flowers, visits and messages of support they have received following the sad loss of their wonderful daughter Helen. It has meant a great deal to them and has given them strength at this difficult time.
 
Pat is a terrific Chairman, we are very lucky to have her, I know she is committed, with Terry’s support, to pick up reins again shortly and continue to take the Society forward. I know everybody will continue to give her their full support.
 
This has been a very sad time, with passing of Joan Lewis a fantastic judge and course builder and Area 17 member and Chris Willett a former panel judge and producer. We send our condolences to their families and many friends.
 
Congratulations
Many congratulations to all our members who qualified for the RIHS, our Summer Championships, Burghley Sports Pony Final, HOYS, and the Heritage Championships and of course Olympia (with that amazing final still to come) and for those of you who did do well at the finals. There has been some wonderful performances, great riding and new young ponies winning, we have plenty to be proud of.  
 
Next year in addition to qualifying rounds at the BSPS Winter, Mid-Summer, Summer and Scottish Branch Championship Shows, BSPS Wales will now hold a Burghley Sports Pony qualifier.  
 
Behaviour
Unfortunately, we and other societies are experiencing an increase in unacceptable behaviour by some members or their associates to each other and officials. Our judges, course builders, stewards and helpers give up their time voluntarily, without them we will not have shows, they deserve to be treated with respect. This includes abusive posts on social media which are equally unacceptable. Please remember that you are also responsible for non members behaviour if they are members of your immediate family as defined in the rule book, rule 70. 
 
This year we have cautioned, fined and suspended membership, and last year refused a whole family membership. We are primarily a children’s society and unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated. The BSPS is working closely with other societies and The Showing Council to reach agreement that when certain behaviour brings the whole of showing into disrepute that this will result in sanctions being applied across the board. We will continue to send Special Show Stewards to shows to monitor members behaviour when it’s appropriate to do so. Please do report any unacceptable behaviour using our procedures rather than moan at the ringside so we act and eradicate this behaviour. Also, do think carefully when posting or responding on social media.
 
Judging Standards
The BSPS holds an annual Judges Conference which all judges must attend within an agreed cycle. This provides training, updates and discussion on the Societies expectations of our judges. Last year we produced a DVD on judging Conformation and Type for SHP/ SP and M&M’s which was made available to members. In addition, we update judges throughout the season as necessary. As Julie Templeton wrote in the Horse and Hound judging is subjective and judges will have differing opinions and reasons for placings, if they did not the same animal would win each time!
 
We do monitor judges throughout the year, issues that are not serious enough to be referred to the Independent Judges Enquiry Committee, judges are written to and where necessary stipendiary stewards will be sent to monitor them and have the authority to refer the Judges Enquiry Committee.
 
Rule changes and amended classes for 2018.    
 
Part Bred and Anglo Arabs (RIHS qualifiers)
The large class will no longer ridden by the Judge in the qualifying classes, they will however be ridden by the Judge at the final.
 
We recognise this will limit judging appointments for our Ride Judges. Ride Judges only will therefore be invited, (free of charge) to next year Future Judges Assessment for SP/SHP providing they have attained there 24th birthday on 1st January 2018.
 
Pretty Polly Classes
The Show Hunter Pony class will now revert to one mixed height class for ponies not exceeding 153cm. A new Pretty Polly mixed Intermediate class for Riding and Hunter types will be introduced for 2018. This will provide opportunities for riders and animals previously unable to qualify for the RIHS in this section to do so. Please do read the rules for competing in these classes carefully when the 2018 Rule Book is published.
 
Dope testing
The length of time an animal can be banned from competing in BSPS classes following a positive dope test has been extended to 1 year as the direction of the disciplinary committee.
 
Fall of pony or rider
The rules will be amended for 2018, a fall of the rider in ridden phase will still result in elimination. A fall of a rider in the in hand  phase may result in elimination at the discretion of the judge.  For example, there have been occasions when a child trips and falls due to ground conditions and not as result of the ponies’ behaviour and pony remains impeccably behaved where it would unfair to eliminate them from the class. 
 
Age of riders allowed to strip ponies in the ring or lunge them on the showground. 
The Society will be introducing a minimum age for children to strip a pony in the ring or lunge it on the show ground, this because of a child as young as 5 seen lunging a pony and one as young as 7 in the ring in a class where stallions were being exhibited. Whilst like me, you will find this behaviour by adults responsible for these children irresponsible, we have duty of care to not only of these children’s safety but the safety of others. It is proposed that a child must have attained their 12th birthday as of the 1st January in the current year to either strip or lunge pony at a BSPS show, except for stallions where age will same as in the Rule Book to ride a stallion.
 
Measuring plaited ponies
Only plaited ponies competing in RIHS qualifies will be required to measured prior to competing in these classes. The Society reserves the right to measure any pony registered and competing in our classes to be measured at any time. Ponies, owners and riders will still need to members of the BSPS to qualify for our Championship Shows.
 
Attire
Members will have noted the Societies requirements on correct attire when competing in the ring in addition we would remind grooms entering the ring to also be correctly dressed.  
 
And finally!
The Council or through your Area Chairman, are very pleased to hear about your ideas, thoughts and comments, do talk to us, together we will all continue to move the Society and showing forward.
 
Regards,
Paul Cook
BSPS Vice Chairman 
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For all those interested in Young Judges Training ! Head Office already have two dates on the calendar over the Easter Holidays.

One at Katy Carter’s Yard and one with Julie Templeton, please see addresses and dates below.  This is an amazing opportunity to visit two of our top class Show Producers to gain invaluable knowledge judging ridden classes and discussion about conformation.  All parents will be welcome too!

Names please as soon as possible to BSPS Head Office (01487 831376) to secure your place.  This is free to all members.

Please note: any Area Members that are interested in attending either or both of the dates below, please confirm your interest and details to Sam Quiney, or Debbie Miller on 09757 503 631.

 

Katy Carter’s Yard at Wetley View, Cheadle Road, Wetley Rocks, Stoke on Trent, ST9 0BA is the first on Tuesday 11th April 2017 at 12 noon

 

Julie Templeton’s Yard at Long Barn Stables, field Aston, Newport, Shropshire. TF10 9LE – Wednesday 19th April 2017 at 12 noon

 

LeMieux takes up the reins as title sponsor of BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Ridden Final

LeMieux, the premium equine product manufacturer, has announced that it will takeup the reins as title sponsor of the BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Ridden Final at the London International Horse Show, Olympia for the next three years. The LeMieux brand is a firm favourite with some of the country’s top showing riders, including Jayne Ross and Katie Jerram, and in the M&M sphere leading rider and producer Sam Roberts.

Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin and Scott Brash are also ambassadors for LeMieux’s premium competition equipment and have helped shape the company’s range of saddle pads, boots and other products.

The input and feedback received from many riders has been instrumental in the development of the LeMieux range. The intention is to build on this in 2017 with the launch of a further range of showing products, one of the reasons why the company’s owners – former Olympic event rider Robert Lemieux and his wife Lisa – were so keen to sponsor the BSPS Olympia Championship and ensure the continued success of such a high-profile event.

“It’s a privilege for LeMieux to support the BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Ridden Final at Olympia and we’re delighted to have agreed a three year deal as title sponsor providing us with the opportunity to give something back to the sport,” said Robert Lemieux. “This sponsorship is part of a long term commitment to Showing and we’re very excited about the prospect of working with the BSPS to ensure the future success of this prestigious Championship.”

The LeMieux name is now well known in Showing for its wide range of saddle pads in both plain fabrics and luxury Merino wool, as well as an expanded range of boots, bandages and new collection of cooling rugs, establishing it as one of the UK’s leading equestrian brands.

BSPS Chairman Pat Pattinson commented; “It’s fantastic to have LeMieux on board and we’re grateful for their three year commitment. We’re exceptionally proud of our Olympia Championships and its place as one of the prestigious highlights in the showing calendar. To have a well-respected brand like LeMieux alongside the BSPS will ensure we can continue to improve and expand our Championship as well as making it the end-of-season celebration we all love.”

New £1500 Champion of Champion Championship

The BSPS are very pleased to announce that The Binks Family have very kindly sponsored the Champion of Champion series which will culminate in a £1000 Champion and Flowered sash and £500 Reserve Champion at the BSPS Summer Championships on Wednesday August 23rd.
Richard and Pauline Binks are long standing members of the Society having had enormous success in the Show Ring with their daughters Hannah, Helen and Harriet. One of the most memorable occasions was Hannah winning the Show Hunter Pony Championship at the Horse of the Year Show in 2002 with the prolific winning Show Hunter Pony Trewolla Denzil.
Speaking to Helen Davies she commented: “I really enjoyed competing with my successful ponies Border Lock and Penrose Swansea Jack and am now very excited that my daughter Florence will be campaigning this season in the Lead Rein Pony Classes.”
Qualification for the Champion of Champion series will be at over 300 BSPS Affiliated Shows during the Summer for the Champion of either Mini, Show Pony, Show Hunter Pony, Working Hunter Pony and Intermediate Classes.

Pat Pattinson Chairman said, “We are delighted that the Binks Family are now back competing with a new generation of the family and are very grateful for their generous support.”

The Champion of Champions Series is one of our most prestigious Series and we look forward to a great Finale. For details of where to qualify please look at the www.bsps.com shows page or contact the office on 01487 831376.

THE BSPS BALANCED HORSE FEEDS YOUNG COMPETITION PONY OF THE YEAR 2017

The British Show Pony Society are pleased to announce a new competition for Competition Ponies for 2017 in partnership with Balanced Horse Feeds. This competition encourages the training and production of young ponies to become Competition Ponies of the future. The final to be held at the British Show Pony Society Summer Championship show, offers fantastic prizes to the winning exhibits. Paul Cook Vice Chairman BSPS said “We are delighted to be working with Balanced Horse Feeds, a leading feed supplier, to promote the correct training and production of young ponies who will compete in many different spheres in the future. This benefits our members and breeders in providing classes for our young ponies and complements the other competitions we offer to our members” The British Show Pony Society in partnership with Balanced Horse Feeds, is committed to developing opportunities for young competition ponies to show case their future potential for a number of equestrian disciplines

THE BSPS BALANCED HORSE FEEDS YOUNG COMPETITION PONY OF THE YEAR 2017
1. The BSPS Balanced Horse Feeds 4 year old Competition Pony, mare or gelding not exceeding 158cm. Riders any age.

2. The BSPS Balanced Horse Feeds 5 year old Competition Pony, mare or gelding not exceeding 158 cm. Riders any age.

3. The BSPS Balanced Horse Feeds 6 year old Competition Pony, mare or gelding not exceeding 158 cm. Riders any age. HOW THE COMPETITION WORKS QUALIFICATION AND FINAL A qualifying round will be held at the BSPS Winter, Mid-Summer and Summer Championship shows. The top four ponies in each class will qualify for the final. If any of the top four ponies have qualified, qualification with move to next pony/ponies not already qualified. A further qualifying round will be held by BSPS Scotland where one pony from each of the above classes will qualify. The final (for all qualified ponies in each class) will be held at the BSPS Summer Championship Show (Friday). The Championship will be held in the evening performance.

COMPETITION PONY

A Competition Pony is a pony with the potential to make a Dressage (D), Show Jumping (SJ), Eventing (E) or Gold Cup Sports Pony (SP).
A disc must be worn on the bridle; competitors must indicate which discipline the pony is competing in at point of entry. (Discs will be issued by the BSPS Office). RULES Unless otherwise stated, rules as per BSPS Rule Books 2017.
• Ponies must be shown in any suitable snaffle bridle, a cavesson, drop or grackle noseband and running martingale may be used.

• No boots, bandages or pads may be used.

• Ponies must be shown plaited.

• Riders must be a suitable size for the pony they ride.
METHOD OF JUDGING
Ponies will enter the ring as a whole class and will walk, trot and canter on the right rein. (Classes may be split for the ‘go round’ at the judge’s discretion)
The class will line up in any order, competitors will undertake a show (approx. 2 mins) showing walk, trot and canter on both reins. An extension may be shown at any pace at the rider’s discretion.
MARKS Phase 1 Walk Max 20 points
Trot Max 20 points
Canter Max 20 points

Temperament and suitability for the rider Max 20 points

Total

Phase 1 Max 80 points

Phase 2 Conformation Max 50 points Type Max 10 points

Total Max 140 points

In the event of a tie in the total marks for Phase 1, will take precedence, followed confirmation and type.

ENTRY FEES AND PRIZES Qualifying rounds prizes Entry Fee £30 1st £50, 2nd £40, 3rd £30, 4th £20 Rosettes to eighth place, sponsors rosettes will be presented to qualifying ponies.

FINAL PRIZES Entry Fee £50 1st £100, 2nd £75, 3rd £50, 4th £25 Sponsors rosettes to all finalists.

FINAL CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE HELD AT THE BSPS SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 Champion £250 Res Champion £150 1st Reserve £100 A sponsor rug will be presented to the Champion Pony.
A bag of Balanced Horse Feed will be given to all finalists in each class, if competitors wish to order further feed, this will be delivered free, and sold at trade price.

NEWS FLASH

BRITISH SHOW PONY SOCIETY 2017 WINTER CHAMPIONSHIPS SHOW

AMENDMENTS TO JUDGES

Friday 14th April, 2017

DRESSAGE RING 1

              Class 142a Gold Cup Intermediate Dressage – Mrs J Carter

DRESSAGE RING 2

7.30 am Class 139a  Gold Cup Novice 153cms Dressage – Mrs J Carter

 

Saturday 15th April, 2017

THE TEAM WOOD SHOW HORSES RING

12 Noon Class 23 RIHS Intermediate WH – Ph I – Mrs S Tanner Ph II Mr P  Stringer

1.15 pm  Class 22 RIHS 153cms WHP – Ph I – Mr P Stringer Ph II – Mrs S Tanner

2.45 pm  Class 21  RIHS 143cms WHP – Ph I – Mrs S Tanner – Ph II = Mr P Stringer

4.15 pm  Class 20  RIHS 133cms WHP – Ph I Mr P Stringer Ph II – Mrs S Tanner

To follow on RIHS WHP Championship Mr P Stringer and Mrs S Tanner

 

Sunday 16th April, 2017

THE TEAM WOOD SHOW HORSES RING

8.00 am   Class 7    RIHS Nursery Stakes – Ph I – Miss E Coates Ph II – Mrs J Coltart

 

There has been an adjustment to the ages of the Lead Rein Working Sports Pony qualifiers for Burghley so children born in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 can compete.

NEWSLETTER ON WINTER SHOW

remember to contact me with any of your news! anna_mlrichards@hotmail.co.uk

BSPS NEWSLETTER CLICK HERE

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RESULTS FROM STRETCHOLT BSPS SHOW SUNDAY 26TH FEBRUARY 2017

Class 1 – Open Show Pony Lead Rein

1st & Reserve Champion– Barkway Moonflight ridden by Keeva Pengelly

Class 4 – Novice Lead Rein of Hunter Type

1st – Uphill Fire fox ridden by Kobi Hunter Watt

2nd – Bunbury Sorbet ridden by William Parkin

Class 5 – Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type

1st & Champion – Overley Gamebird ridden by Daisy Trebble

2nd – Uphill Fire fox ridden by Kobi Hunter Watt

Class 6 – Winter Mixed Height Novice Show Pony

1st – Landemann Timpany ridden by Lizzie Mackie

Class 7 – Winter Mixed Height Open Show Ponies

1st – Lyncombe Fable ridden by Aaliyah Pople

2nd – Landemann Timpany ridden by Lizzie Mackie

Class 8 – Winter Mixed Height Novice Show Hunter Ponies

1st – Annandale Captain Splash ridden by Harriet Thomas

2nd – Chiddock Extra ridden by Eleanor Hope

3rd – Mount Pleasant Valley Rose ridden by Eva Morgan

Class 9 – Winter Mixed Height Open Show Hunter Ponies

1st & Reserve Champion – Mr Cool ridden by Lucy Scudamore

2nd – Trewern Flashman ridden by Charlotte Green

3rd – Annandale Captain Splash ridden by Harriet Thomas

4th – Chiddock Extra ridden by Eleanor Hope

Class 10 – Restricted Part Bred Pony

1st – Lyncombe Fable ridden by Aaliyah Pople

2nd – Landemann Timpany ridden by Lizzie Mackie

Class 11 – Mixed Novice Intermediate SRT/Show Hunter Type

1st – Mayday Rebel shown by Victoria Bertorelli

2nd – Meadowmarsh Mistlethrush ridden by Richard Shaw

3rd – Cowance Sheer Delight ridden by Emily Andrews

Class 12 – Mixed Open intermediate SRT/Show Hunter Type

1st – Noble Kings Speech ridden by Amy Jones

Class 13 – Restricted Ridden part Breds

1st – Cowance Sheer Delight ridden by Emily Andrews

2nd – Absolutely Lovely ridden by Mathew Lawrence

Class 14 – CHAPS Restricted

1st & Champion – Bank on Trend ridden by Charlotte Leonard

2nd – Blaze ridden by T Brightmore

3rd – Foxy Star ridden by Debbie Squires

4th – Drummer ridden by Emma Spencer

5th – Rolo ridden by Olivia Swick

Class 15 – Heritage M & M Novice Lead Rein

1st – Newoak Cherry ridden by Jessica lerwell

2nd – Langfield Bel Air ridden by Freya Rafferty

3rd – Darklake Loki ridden by T Hodge

4th – Colne Twinkle ridden by Emily Tregear

5th – Sharptor Denby ridden by Olivia Banwell

6th – Springbourne Cabaret ridden by Archie Edwards

Class 16 – Heritage M & M Novice First Ridden

1st & Reserve Champion– Earlsmeadow Kara’s Adam ridden by Lillie Windsor Horne

2nd – Tawbits Torquil ridden by Molly Pullin

3rd – Cadlan Valley ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

4th – Newoak Designer Edition ridden by Amelia Lockhart

Class 17 – Heritage M & M Open/Restricted Lead Rein

1st & Champion– Newoak Gold Edition ridden by Lily Rose Parkin

2nd – Castlemead Andy Pandy ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

3rd – Darklake Loki ridden by T Hodge

4th — Langfield Bel Air ridden by Freya Rafferty

5th – Rambling Rose of Grafton ridden by Cody May

6th – Sharptor Denby ridden by Olivia Banwell

Class 18 – Heritage M & M Open/Restricted First Ridden

1st – Earlsmeadow Kara’s Adam ridden by Lillie Windsor Horne

2nd – Castlemead Andy Pandy ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

3rd – Newoak Designer Edition ridden by Amelia Lockhart

Class 19 – Heritage Ridden Novice Large Breeds

1st & Champion – Corrig Prince ridden by Lauren Moore Williams

2nd – Lovely Hill Folklore ridden by Mathew Lawrence

3rd – Peasdown luigi ridden by Jessica Talbot

4th – Posbrook Missy Elliott ridden by Anneka Marlowe Dauncey

Class 20 – Heritage Novice Ridden Small Breeds

1st – Thistledown Americano ridden by Wendy Hellier

2nd – Penwood Royal Chief ridden by Kelly Davies

3rd – Sarum Roxanna ridden by Anna Richards

4th – Pwlle Rach ridden by Bethany Donovan

5th – Hawkwell VALENTINE RIDDEN BY Rachel Fear

6th – Tchon Milan ridden by J Price

Class 21 – Heritage M & M open Ridden Dartmoors, Exmoors, Shetlands

1st – Annwod Gilder ridden by Zara Scuramore

2nd – Hawkwell VALENTINE RIDDEN BY Rachel Fear

3rd – Homer of Crafton ridden by Morgan Roynan

Class 22 – Heritage Ridden M & M Welsh Section A & B

1st – Penwood Royal Chief ridden by Kelly Davies

Class 23 – Heritage Ridden M & M Welsh Section C & D

1st – Floreat Dandelion ridden by Carol Issac

2nd – Penrheddarren Gemma ridden by J Price

Class 24 – Heritage Ridden M & M New Forest & Connemara

1st & Reserve Champion Lordsoak Stardust ll ridden by Richard Shaw

 

RESULTS FROM AREA 13B WINTER SHOW

FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY & SUNDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 2017

AT STRETCHOLT FARM, SOMERSET

Class 1 – Novice Nursery Stakes

1st – Annandale Captain Splash ridden by Harriet Thomas

Class 2 – Novice 133cms WHP

No Entries

Class 3 – Novice 143cms WHP

No Entries

Class 4 –Novice 153cms WHP

1st & Reserve Champion– Streamways Mexicana ridden by Chantel Thackery

2nd – Granite Clover ridden by Georgia Glendining

Class 5 – Novice Intermediate WH

1st & Champion – Noble Checkmate ridden by Alexia Trodd Bohin

Class 6 – Open/Restricted Nursery Stakes

1st & Mini Champion – Annandale Captain Splash ridden by Harriet Thomas

Class 7 – Open/Restricted 133cms WHP

No Entries

Class 8 – Open/Restricted 143cms WHP

1st – Wiscombe Bunny ridden by Megan Breston

Class 9 – Open/Restricted 153cms WHP

1st & Champion – Holnest Finnigan ridden by Boo Waters

2nd – Streamways Mexicana ridden by Chantel Thackery

3rd – Granite Clover ridden by Georgia Glendining

Class 10 – Open/Restricted Intermediate WH

1st & Reserve Champion – Noble Checkmate ridden by Alexia Trodd Bohin

Class 11 – M & M Novice WHP under 122cms

1st Sarum Pheonix ridden by Harriet Thomas

Class 12 – M & M Novice WHP 122cms to 133cms

1st – Brookhall Royal Mint ridden by Jemma Wyman

Class 13 – M & M Novice 133cms to 143cms

1st & Champion – Peasedown Madison ridden by Jess Talbot

2nd & Resewrve Champion – Pinegrove Classic ridden by Lydia Trice

3rd – Pigbush Jasper ridden by Flora Ellicott

Class 15 – M & M Novice WHP Exceeding 143cms

1st – Silver Pigeon ridden by Claire Kenworthy

2nd – Pinegrove Classic ridden by Lydia Trice

3rd – Brookhall Royal Mint ridden by Jemma Wyman

Class 16 – Novice Intermediate SH/SRT

1st – Absolutely Lovely ridden by Lucille Bywater

2nd – Cowance Sheer Delight ridden by Emily Andrews

Class 17 – Open/Restricted SH

No Entries

Class 18 – Open/Restricted SRT

1st – Absolutely Lovely ridden by Lucille Bywater

Class 19 – Mixed Height Novice Show Hunter Pony

1st – Fanad Breeze ridden by Xanthe Clothier

2nd – Cowance Sheer Delight ridden by Emily Andrews

3rd – Prince George of Diamonds ridden by Caitlin Barrett

Class 20 – Mixed Height Open/Restricted SHP

1st – Fanad Breeze ridden by Xanthe Clothier

2nd – Prince George of Diamonds ridden by Caitlin Barrett

Class 21 – Mixed Height Novice Show Pony

No Entries

Class 22 – Mixed Height Open/Restricted Show Pony

1st – Lyncombe Fable ridden by Aaliyah Pople

Class 23 – Cherif Mixed Height

1st & Champion – Croft Limited Edition ridden by Chloe Little

2nd & Reserve Champion– Dowhills Frilly Tilly ridden by J, Streeter

3rd – Lyncombe Fable ridden by Aaliyah Pople

4th – Nicadeaemus Scimitar ridden by Jess Talbot

5th – Faeryoak Kuda ridden by Ceri Phipps Hewlett

Class 24 – CHAPS Restricted Mixed Height

No Entries

Class 25 – Novice Lead Rein of Hunter Type

1st – Auric Aladdin ridden by Madelyn Ellis

Class 26 – Open Restricted Lead Rein of Hunter Type

1st – Auric Aladdin ridden by Madelyn Ellis

2nd & Reserve Champion – Langfield Bel Air ridden by Freya Rafferty

Class 27 – First Pony of SHT

1st & Champion- Auric Aladdin ridden by Ayden Ellis

Class 28 – Open Show Pony Lead Rein

1st – Cosford Vanity ridden by Tilly Batten

Class 29 – Open First Ridden

 1st – Auric Aladdin ridden by Ayden Ellis

Class 30 – Mountain & Moorland Novice Lead Rein

1st – Briars Magician ridden by Millie Horn

2nd – Langfield Bel Air ridden by Fraya Rafferty

Class 31 – M & M Novice First Ridden

1st – Earlsmeadow Karas Adam ridden by Lilie Windsor Horne

2nd – Cadlanvalley Teleri ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

Class 32 – M & M Open/Restricted Lead Rein

1st & Champion – Castlemead Andy Pandy ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

2nd & Reserve Champion– Briars Magician ridden by Millie Horn

3rd – Langfield Bel Air ridden by Freya Rafferty

Class 33 – M & M Open/Restricted First Ridden

1st – Cadlanvalley Teleri ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

2nd – Earlsmeadow Karas Adam ridden by Lillie Windsor Horne

Class 34 – M & M Novice Mixed Breeds

1st – Peasedown Scout ridden by Jess Talbot

2nd – Godebog King ridden by Fiona Wilson

3rd – Burghwood Shurman ridden by Daisy Conibear

4th – Dalewin Quest ridden by Jessica Downham

Class 35 – M & M Open Restricted Dartmoor, Exmoor & Shetland

1st – Greenferns Ben Lomond ridden by Gemma Wyman

2nd – Burghwood Shurman ridden by Daisy Conibear

Class 36 – M & M Open/Restricted Welsh A & B

No Entries

Class 37 – M & M Open Restricted Welsh C & D

1st & Champion – Cascob Locomotion ridden by Jess Talbot

2nd & Reserve Champion- Godebog King ridden by Fiona Wilson

3rd – Atinas Danny Boy ridden by Bethany Gibson

Class 38 –M & M Open/Restricted New Forest & Connemaras

No Entries

Class 39 – M & M Open/Restricted Fells, Dales & Highlands

No Entries

 

Supreme Champion – Cascob Locomotion ridden by Jess Talbot

Reserve Supreme Champion – Castlemead Andy Pandy ridden by Harry Edwards Brady

 

 

 

 

 NOTICE TO ALL BSPS AREA 13B MEMBERS

 
The Area Annual General Meeting took place on Tuesday 24th January 2017 at the Cat & Fiddle in
Clyst St Mary near Exeter.
There are a lot of changes to the Committee and we now look forward to an exciting 2017 with all of
our members.  
 
The new committee now consists of :-
 
  • Chairman – Debbie Miller
  • Vice Chairman – Sam Quiney
  • Secretary/coordinator – Debbie Miller
  • Judges coordinator – Georgina Mennim
  • Treasurer – Jula Richards (taking over from Liz Crew at the end of the Financial Year)
  • Social Secretary – Anna Richards
  • Health & Safety – Georgina Mennim
  • Young Judges/Premier League   Sam Quiney
  • Sponsorship – Emma Edwards Brady
  • Committee Members:-
    • Julian Quiney
    • Jess Talbot
    • Elizabeth Crew
    • Wendy Edgar
 
The committee would like to continue  to ensure that all information is readily available to
members and we welcome any ideas regarding any aspect 
of Area involvement. Thank you to all for your support and we wish you a happy and successful
2017 showing year.

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ANNOUNCEMENT TO ALL BSPS AREA 13B MEMBERS

The Area 13B committee would like to make all members aware of the following information:-

* With immediate effect Tim Gibson has resigned as Chairman of BSPS Area 13B. A new Chairman will be appointed at the AGM on the 24th January 2017. Any members wishing to discuss any area matters please contact the Vice Chairman Sam Quiney or the Secretary Debbie Miller.

* The Area 13B Teach In planned for the 13th & 14th of February will now take place at Stretcholt Farm, TA6 4SR and not the Conquest Centre as originally stated. All participants will be notified individually. Spaces are still available and forms can be downloaded from the website.

* Area 13B Winter Show will now take place at Stretcholt Farm, TA6 4SR and not the Glenda Spooner World Horse Welfare Centre. Please note that the WHP Section will run on Friday 17th February and all flat classes will run on Sunday 19th February. Schedules will be available to download from the website on Tuesday 17th January 2017.

* We would like to thank all members for their on going support and look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the AGM.

PRETTY POLLY – HOME PRODUCED 2017    posted 04/11/16
After a wonderful area chairmans meeting on Tuesday I would like to share a little information.
The proposed changes to the rules were needed to stop a couple of families who were having full time grooms to produce their ponys at home – this is not the spirit of home produced.
Sadly the strength of the rule effected many many geniune home produced people.
What was agreed in the meeting, which has to be agreed and passed by council in a couple of weeks time ( should be fine ) will in my opinion give the best pp rules ever and will be clear and striaght forward.
When it is signed off I will put up the rules and make as many people aware of them.
Not knowing your rules is no defence so you will need to read fully , I’m happy to answer questions along with any area chairman or head office once they are published.Family home produced 2017 Pretty Polly

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Our large set of WHP Jumps are available to hire,

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