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All hunter classes will be judged under Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain rules.Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain requires all entries to be registered. Please quote Reg. No.
JUDGE: MRS. A .HAWKINS, Northants
Class 86 HUNTER BROOD MARE, with own foal at foot. All foals to be at least 3 weeks old at date of show.
TROPHY H29:The Robertson-Aikman Challenge Cup presented by the late Major H.H. Robertson-Aikman for the best mare to breed hunters and foal likely to make a good hunter.The foal must have been bred by the exhibitor. Equal points will be given for Mare and Foal the property of a bona fide farmer or occupier of land within the Quorn,Fernie, Belvoir, Cottesmore, Atherstone and Pytchley Hunts. The Cup to be held for one year only. Those eligible to wear a blue armband during judging.
PREMIUM: Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain offer one Premium of  in Class 86. ThePremium will be awarded at the Judge’s discretion to any Mare gaining a Prize in this Class. It will take the form of a Service Voucher to be used towards the Service of the mare by any S.H.B.(G.B). Graded Stallion or Life Approved Premium Stallion in 2002/2003. The owner must be or become a fully paid-up member. No mare shall take more than one award per year.
Class 87    HUNTER FOAL, colt, gelding or filly, foaled in 2001. This progeny must be from a mare in class 86
TROPHY H30: The Louis Masserella Cup is kindly offered for the best foal sired by a stallion from Louella Stud, handler to wear a red armband during judging.
Class 88 HUNTER COLT, FILLY OR GELDING YEARLING, foaled in 2000.
Class 89 HUNTER FILLY OR GELDING,2 years old, foaled in 1999.
Class 90 HUNTER FILLY OR GELDING, 3 year old, foaled in 1998.
CHAMPIONSHIP: 1st and 2nd prize winners from all the above classes eligible. Those eligible who do not take part may forfeit their prize money.
CHAMPIONSHIP: CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION ROSETTES
Champion , Reserve Champion .
Classes 88 – 90 are qualifying classes for the 2001 R.I.H.S. The first 4 horses in each class will qualify.
SPECIAL: AWARDS FOR WELSH PART-BRED HORSES IN THE HUNTERS IN-HAND SECTION Rosettes will be awarded to the highest placed (i.e. prize-winning) animal registered in the WPCS stud book. (i.e. Over 148 cms at maturity / minimum 25% Registered Welsh Blood). Rosettes will be forwarded after the Show. Please note animals can be retrospectively registered to qualify. For further information contact Robert Jones Tel 029-2069-3839.

JUDGE: MRS. L. SIMS , Hants (Conformation) CAPTAIN VARLEY, Notts (Ride)
Class 91    SEVERN VALLEY CATERING NOVICE MARE OR GELDING , 4 years old and upwards, not having won a first prize value of  or a total of 0 in prize money in any ridden class at home or abroad, by 1st January 2001 excepting prize money in four-year-old classes only.
Class 92 SEVERN VALLEY CATERING LIGHTWEIGHT MARE OR GELDING, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying up to 12 stone 7 lbs.
Class 93 SEVERN VALLEY CATERING MIDDLEWEIGHT MARE OR GELDING, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying 12 stone 7 lbs and not exceeding 14 stone.
Class 94     SEVERN VALLEY CATERING HEAVYWEIGHT MARE OR GELDING, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying over 14 stone.
If a Judge considers an animal to be up to more than the specified weight he will transfer it to a higher weight class.
SPECIAL: Ponies (UK) Whittakers Lord Open Hunter of the Year Championship. First and second prize winners from classes 96, 97 and 98 qualify.
The Council wishes to thank SEVERN VALLEY CATERING LTD. for kindly sponsoring these classes.
NB Sports horse classes are being held on Sunday 6th May.

The following are qualifying classes for the Amateur Riders Hunter Championships at the Royal International Horse Show. Owners and riders to be members of the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain and horses registered on the 2001 Show Hunter Register.
JUDGE: MRS. R. BRYER, Somerset (Ride) MRS. S. SHERWIN, Yorks (Conformation)
Class 95    LIGHTWEIGHT MARE OR GELDING, 4 years old and over, capable of carrying 13 stone and under.
Class 96 HEAVYWEIGHT MARE OR GELDING, 4 years or over, capable of carrying over 13 stone.
Definition of Amateur Status: A person is an amateur for showing purposes when showing in amateur ridden hunter classes, if he or she does not:-
a) Engage in breeding, livery, buying, selling, dealing or hiring horses as a means of deriving income,
b) Accept remuneration whether it be monetary or goods in kind for employment in connection with horses in racing, showing or livery stable or riding school (instruction at Pony Club and Riding Club excepted),
c) Show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm, or a horse for which his or her immediate family accepts livery or training charges from a person outside the immediate concerned.
d) Show a horse which a professional rider has qualified for the weight or small ridden hunter class or either the Horse of the Year Show or the Royal International Horse Show during the current year, unless the horse has subsequently been re-registered under new ownership.
e) Show a horse which is exhibited by a professional rider at the same Show.

To take place after the Ridden Hunter Championship. The Champion and Reserve Champion of the In-Hand & Ridden Sections must go forward. Those who do not take part will forfeit their prize money. To be judged by Mrs. A. Hawkins, Mrs. L. Sims, and Captain Varley MFH.
SPECIAL: Championship Sash.
TROPHY H32: The Baggrave Perpetual Challenge Cup, won outright by P. Bradley Esq., and re-presented to the Society for the Best Ridden Hunter, the property of a farmer or subscriber to any of the Leicestershire Hunts. Those eligible to wear a blue arm-band during judging of the classes. This will be judged before the Ridden Championship.
TROPHY H33: The Quenby Cup, a perpetual challenge cup presented by the late Sir Harold Nutting, Bart., for the Best Ridden Hunter in the Show.
TROPHY H34: The Foxhunters; Perpetual Challenge Bowl, for the Best Hunter, any age, in the Show, presented by the late Bill Loweth Esq.

Judging commences at 12.30 p.m. in the Driving/Heavy Horse Ring in the Livestock arena.
JUDGE: MR. H. CALWOOD, Cheshire
ENTRY FEES, 00 NON-MEMBER, 00 MEMBER.
PRIZE MONEY : 1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th .
A appearance grant will be paid to each exhibitor forward in this section, to be paid on the show day after the parade at 4.15 pm.
Class 78 BARDON AGGREGATES GELDING, 3 years old and upwards.
Class 79 BARDON AGGREGATES COLT, FILLY or GELDING yearling.
Class 80 BARDON AGGREGATES COLT, FILLY or GELDING 2 year old.
Class 81 BARDON AGGREGATES BARREN MARE OR FILLY, OR BROOD MARE, 3 years and upwards.
Class 82 BARDON AGGREGATES COLT OR FILLY FOAL.
CHAMPIONSHIP: CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION ROSETTES
SPECIAL: The Shire Horse Society offer a Silver Spoon to the best shire mare or filly subject to the S.H.S. conditions. The winning animal must be registered or eligible for entry in
the stud book or Grade B registration.
SPECIAL: The Suffolk Horse Society offer a Special Rosette to the best Suffolk in Show.
TROPHY H26: QSR (Loughborough) Trophy kindly presented by Quorn Selective Repro for the best foal in class 82.
TROPHY H27: The Culloden Perpetual Challenge Cup to be presented to the best female in the show.

Current approved BSI or European Standard hard hat/skull cap must be worn during the jumping phase (navy/black cover).
All horses must be registered for classes 125 and 126 under SHB (GB) Rules. If a horse is not registered it is not qualified to enter the ring.
JUDGES: MISS. M. GORDON WATSON, London (Ride)
MRS. A. HAWKINS, Northants (Conformation)
Class 125 SQUIRE DE LISLE WORKING HUNTER qualifying class for the R.I.H.S., held Under S.H.B.G.B. Rules. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 153 cms.
Only horses registered in the 2001 Show Hunter Register are eligible to enter, and registration number must be quoted on entry forms.
To be judged 60% for jumping performance, 40% as for hunter classes. The jumping is to be judged 40% for actual jumping and 20% for style. Fences to be minimum of eight and a maximum of twelve in number and a maximum of 3’9″ at the discretion of the Judges. Fences should have a natural appearance and not be easily dislodged.
The manner of going taken into account. Refusals to be severely penalised.
No change of rider or tack will be allowed and a rider cannot ride more than one horse in a class.
The judging of the conformation 20% and the ride 20% will be judged concurrently with the jumping.
SPECIAL: Rosette and  prize will be awarded for the best entry rider under 21 years on the day of the show in the above class. Those eligible to wear a blue armband during judging.
TROPHY H46: The Chadwell Blunt Perpetual Trophy to the winner, kindly presented by Mrs. J. Burton in memory of her mother.
SPECIAL: Championship sash
SPECIAL: RISLEY SADDLERY INC. CREATIVE COLOUR kindly donate a rug embroidered to the winner’s choice of lettering.
SPECIAL: The first and second prize-winners will qualify for the Ponies (UK) Hazleden Working Hunter of the Year.
Class 126 SQUIRE DE LISLE NOVICE WORKING HUNTER. Horses 4 years old or over, exceeding 153 cms. Horses never to have won a first prize of  or a total of 0 before January 1, 2001, in any working hunter class. Fences not to exceed 3’3″. All horses entered in this class must be registered with the S.H.B.G.B.
Entries will be limited. Grade A Show Jumpers and Grade 1 Event Horses may not enter the above Working Hunter Classes.
SPECIAL: First and Second prize-winners will qualify for the Ponies (UK) Caldecott Novice Working Hunter.
The Council wishes to thank the SQUIRE DE LISLE for most generously sponsoring class 125 and 126.

Classes 101 & 102 are qualifying classes for the Royal International Horse Show and horses must be registered on the 2001 Show Hunter Register.
JUDGE: MRS. R. BRYER, Somerset (Ride) MRS. S. SHERWIN, Yorks (Conformation)
Class 97 PEDIGREE MASTERFOODS SMALL HUNTER mare or gelding, 4 years or over, exceeding 148 cm but not exceeding 158 cm (half inch allowed for ordinary shoes).
SPECIAL: The first and second prize-winners will qualify for the Ponies (UK) Brineton Precision Small Hunter of the Year Championship.
Class 98 PEDIGREE MASTERFOODS LADIES HUNTER mare or gelding, 4 years or over.To be ridden by a lady side-saddle.
SPECIAL: The Side Saddle Association kindly presents its rosette to the highest placed S.S.A.Member. 2001 Membership Card to be shown.

The Council wishes to thank Pedigree Masterfoods for kindly sponsoring the Ladies & Small Hunter Classes.