Winslow Horse Show has a horse or pony class for everyone.
This year’s Horse Show Secretary is Charlotte Terry contact Charlotte by email here.
Download a full Horse Show schedule and entry form here.
Judges – Vicki Green & Karen Pickwick
Commentator – Sally Oultram
Photographer – Alison Parker Photography
Horse & Handler Refreshments – Buckingham Equine Vets
Secretary – email@example.com
All horses and ponies are to be fully vaccinated against the flu virus within the last 6 months. Passports will be required when you collect your number.
All showing classes will be limited to 12 entries with no exceptions.
Winslow Show entry £3/adult £1/child. Class fees are £8 a class pre-entry (must be rec’d by 20/08/19) and £10 a class on the day if the class is not full.
RING ONE – Morning Showing (9am prompt)
CLASS 1 – First Ridden
Open to Mares & Geldings not exceeding 12.2hh. Riders not to have attained their group. Kindly sponsored by L & H Farming
CLASS 2 – Family Pony
Open to Mares & Geldings who are suitable for any member of the family and to be ridden by TWO family members. Kindly sponsored by ASC Financial
CLASS 3 – Ridden Rescue Pony
Open to Rescue Horses & Ponies from all charities and equine rescue organisations. Judge will ask for some background information. Scars and blemishes will NOT be taken into account. Kindly sponsored by ASC Financial
CLASS 4 – Handsome Gelding
Open to all Geldings, who may be presented ridden or in-hand. Kindly sponsored by Hollingdon Grange Equestrian
CLASS 5 – Prettiest Mare
Open to all Mares, who may be presented ridden or in-hand. Kindly sponsored by Russell & Butler
CLASS 6 – Fancy Dress
Open to all. Riding hats & footwear must be worn. May be led. Kindly sponsored by Spotlight Musical Theatre School
Wing Group Riding for the Disabled Demonstration (RDA)
A demonstration of a typical lesson to show how riding benefits children from special schools who come for free weekly sessions. Two children will be standing in for regular riders, but all helpers in the ring and those explaining the benefits of riding are from the group’s dedicated volunteers.
RING ONE – Afternoon Showing (1pm prompt)
CLASS 7 – Ridden Mountain & Moorland
Open to Horses & Ponies registered in the Purebred Section of the Breed Society Books of Connemara, Dales, Fells, Highland, New Forest, Welsh ABCD, Dartmoor, Exmoor & Shetland. Kindly sponsored by JLM Groundworks
CLASS 8 – In Hand Mountain & Moorland
Open to Horses & Ponies Registered in the Purebred Section of the Breed Society Books of Connemara, Dales, Fells, Highland, New Forest, Welsh ABCD, Dartmoor, Exmoor & Shetland. Kindly sponsored by Photography by Brooklyn Freeman
CLASS 9 – In Hand Veteran
Open to Horses & Ponies aged over 15 years and over. In Memory of ‘What’s It All About’
CLASS 10 – Ridden Veteran
Open to Horses & Ponies aged over 15 years and over. Kindly sponsored by A.M Equine Showing & Livery
CLASS 11 – In Hand Best Condition
Open to all. To be judged on the feet, muscle tone, weight, coat and topline. Blemishes will not count. Kindly sponsored by Russell & Butler
Afternoon Ring Championship – open to all 1st & 2nd places – Kindly sponsored by Russell & Butler
RING TWO – Morning Showing (9am prompt)
CLASS 12 – Youngstock
Open to Horses & Ponies 3 years and under. Stallions must not be handled by anyone under the age of 14 on 1/01/19. Kindly sponsored by Woody Greenacres RDA
CLASS 13 – Ridden Best Turned Out
To be judged on the dress of the rider and the neatness and overall impression of the horse, rider and tack. May be led. Kindly sponsored by Russell & Butler
CLASS 14 – Lead Rein
Open to Mares & Geldings not exceeding 12.2hh. Riders not to have attained their 8thbirthday before 1/01/19. Kindly sponsored by Wing Jumping & Dressage Centre
CLASS 15 – Novice Ridden
A walk and trot showing class for the novice rider and horse combination not to have been placed in a showing class before 1/01/19. May not be led. Rider any age. Kindly sponsored by Russell & Butler
CLASS 16 – In-hand Novice
Open to Horse and handler combinations not to have been placed in a showing class before 1/01/19. Kindly sponsored by JLM Groundworks
Morning Ring Championship – open to all 1st & 2nd places – Kindly sponsored by MK Commercials
CLASS 17 – In Hand Concours D’Elegance
CLASS 18 – Ridden Concours D’Elegance
Evening or costume dress to be worn. To be judged on the overall picture. Classes 17 & 18 are qualifying classes for the Championship Show to be held at Three Counties Traditional Show 8/09/2019. Kindly sponsored by EQ Concours D’Elegance Society of GB
RING TWO – Afternoon Showing (1pm prompt)
CLASS 19 – Ridden Hunter
Horses & Ponies to be judged on their suitability for a day in the field. Guest Judge MFH Ivan Lawrence Kindly sponsored by Oving Dexters
CLASS 20 – Ridden Retrained Racehorse
Open to Horses who have raced at least once. Kindly sponsored by Mondsworth Style Embroidery
CLASS 21 – Ridden Cob
Open to Traditional Cob & Show Cob types. Kindly sponsored by Dressage Dragons
CLASS 22– Foreign Breed
Open to any Purebred Horse or Pony not native to the United Kingdom. Kindly sponsored by Northants Rosettes
CLASS 23 – Coloured Horse
Open to Skewbald, Piebald, Dun, Palomino, Spotted, Roan, Cremello, Appaloosa, Paints & Creams. May be presented ridden or in-hand. Kindly sponsored by The Swanbourne Clinic
SUPREME OF SHOW
Open to all Ring Champions & Reserve Champions. Kindly sponsored by Russell & Butler
Special Awards throughout the day:
Judges Choice – Each judge will have a finalist rosette which they can award to a combination who they feel deserve recognition – this may not be a winning combination, but rather those who are really enjoying themselves and getting into the spirit of the show, or who have overcome difficulties or shown improvement. This partnership may then go forward to the championship class of that ring. Kindly Sponsored by Terrys of Swanbourne
Oldest Placed Veteran – In both the In Hand and Ridden Veteran Classes a sash will be awarded to the OLDEST placed horse. Kindly sponsored by Terrys of Swanbourne
Horse Show Rules
- In all mounted events, all riders shall wear hats in accordance with current safety requirements, in good condition and correctly fitted.
- Proper footwear must be worn in all classes.
- Galloping or cantering will not be permitted outside the rings.
- Any competitor who falls off in any ring will be eliminated.
- Excessive use of whips and/or spurs will result in elimination.
- No horse under 4 years old may be ridden on the showground.
- Stallions and Colts are to be bitted on the showground and handled or ridden by someone of 14 years or over.
- In consideration to our Landlords, please take your litter home.
- Competitors shall conduct themselves in a responsible manner at all times.
- Any official of the Horse Show shall have the right to caution a competitor as to his/her behaviour.
- Any competitor who by word or act is abusive or discourteous to a judge/Horse Show official may be asked to leave the Showground.
- Late entry to a ring will not be permitted once judging has started.
- Competitors ride and handle horses at their own risk.
- The organisers, committee and horse show officials are not responsible for any injury, to any participant, spectator, or horse, or for any loss or damage of any vehicle, trailer, box or equipment brought onto the showground.