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Show Jumping 2010

Competitions 2010

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Pony Club Dress Code.


Show Jumping

  • Hats: Correct hat or helmet, PAS015, BSEN1384 or Snell 2001
  • Jodhpurs: White, cream, beige
  • Footwear: Jodhpur boots with black leather gaiters, riding boots
  • Shirts: White or pale blue shirt with collar
  • Jackets: Tweed jacket (coloured stock),Navy or Black jacket (Pony Club tie or white stock)
  • Sweatshirts: Pony Club sweatshirt may be worn by Intermediate & Juniors
  • Gloves
  • Badge with disc
  • Back protector: Level 3 recommended
  • Hair: Long hair must be tied up and secured in a hair net
  • Jewellery: Not Allowed (ear, tongue or body)

(In a team situation consult with each other in order to achieve an overall uniform look)

Show Jumping

The Show Jumping Championships which are held at the IPC Festival are divided into the different competitions:

Junior Show Jumping (Robbie Bailey)
Show Jumping (John Ledingham)
Show Jumping Individual

Each Area of the IPC runs an Area Qualifier to decide which branches will represent their Area at the championships. The teams placed first and second at the qualifier will go on to compete at the Chamionships.


Junior Show Jumping (Robbie Bailey)Competition

The final for this competition is held at the Pony Club Festival. It is a team competition. There are four members on a team. To qualify for this competition a team must be placed first or second at their Area Qualifier. This competition is for riders Under 14 years old on 1st January of the competition year. They must also be C Test standard but must not have their C+ Test. Ponies must be 5 years or over. The jumps have a maximum height of 90cm. Grade A ponies are not eligible. To ensure it remains a true Junior Competition, the age remains Under 14, whilst junior age is Under 15 for Horse Trials, Combined Training and Hunter Trials. If you are on a team lucky enough to win the Robbie Bailey, you may not take part in it again. However, you may take part in the Intermediate Show Jumping competition.

Intermediate Show Jumping Championship (John Ledingham Cup)

The final for this competition is held at the Pony Club Festival. This is a team competition. There are four members on team. To qualify for this competition a team must be placed first or second at their Area Qualifier. This competition is for riders Under 21 years old on 1st January of the competition year. They must have passed their C Test. Riders may also have their B test. Ponies must be 5 years or over. The jumps have a maximum height of 1m. A member of a winning Intermediate Team (in any year) is not eligible.



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