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HORSES IN ACTION 7-15 September 2012

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* IMPORTANT INFORMATION *

ARRIVAL & REMOVAL OF HORSES Horses will not be permitted to enter the Showground before 8.00 am on Tuesday 4 September under any circumstances. Entry for horses is via the Leader Street entrance. Only the driver will be admitted free but will be required to produce a pass when re-entering the Showground after removal of their vehicle once the Show has commenced. Caravans will not be permitted on the Showground. Only horses accepted for competition are permitted on the Showground. SHOWTIME ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE TIMES Arrivals: 8.00pm to 8.00am Departures: 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm to 8.00 am Please note: Fireworks will be on each night from 9.00 pm to 9.30 pm PARKING ON THE SHOWGROUND IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED For the loading and unloading of exhibits, a duration limit of 45 minutes for cars and floats and 60 minutes for trucks is allowed. In 2012, an Infringement Notice will be issued should the time limit be exceeded. Failure to comply with this ruling and/or pay any fee incurred by 31 December 2012 may result in refusal of entries for future Shows. Prior to arrival, the exhibitor must record the vehicle registration, the name of the responsible person (driver) and their mobile phone number on the Vehicle Permit (provided by the Society). Exhibitors who do not display the Vehicle Permit and do not provide correct information on the Vehicle Permit, will not be permitted to enter the Showground. The Vehicle Permit must be displayed in clear view on the dashboard of the vehicle upon entering the Showground and while loading and unloading. All cars, floats and trucks must be removed from the Showground by 8.30 am daily. There is no vehicle access to the Showground between 8.00 am and 4.30 pm during the Royal Adelaide Show. PLEASE REFER TO THE 2012 HORSES IN ACTION TIMETABLE TO DETERMINE WHICH DAYS YOU REQUIRE STABLING AND LOCKERS. The onus is on the exhibitor to ensure the correct days are indicated on the Stabling & Locker Request Form. • Pony Hack/Show Hunter Pony exhibitors who also exhibit Hacks and/or Show Hunter Horses, Galloway Hacks and/or Galloway Show Hunters, MAY be permitted to remain on the Showground after Monday 11 September (subject to availability of stalls and lockers) • Pony Hack/Show Hunter Pony exhibitors who DO NOT also exhibit Hacks, Galloway Hacks and/ or Show Hunter Horses or Galloways must depart the Showground between 4.30 pm and 6.00 pm or after 5.00 pm on Monday 10 September. Exhibits must be off the Showground by 8.00 am on Tuesday 11 September. • Hack and/or Show Hunter Horse and Galloway Hack and/or Galloway Show Hunter exhibitors who also exhibit Pony Hacks and/or Show Hunter Ponies MAY be permitted to arrive from 4 September (subject to availability of stalls and lockers) • Hack and/or Show Hunter horse and Galloway Hack and/or Galloway Show Hunter exhibitors who DO NOT also exhibit Pony Hacks and/or Show Hunter ponies cannot arrive at the Showground until 8.00 pm on Monday 10 September • Harness and Showjumping exhibitors may arrive from 8.00 am on Tuesday 4 September but must depart the Showground no later than 6.00 pm on Saturday 15 September. • • •

All horses must vacate the Showground by 6.00 pm on Saturday 15 September. Exhibitors must indicate their arrival and departure dates on the Stabling & Locker Allocation Form and return with entry forms. Requests received after the closing date of entry will not be accepted under any circumstances. MEASURING Horse measuring times will be as follows: Wednesday 5 September to Sunday 9 September................................................... 8.30 am to 5.00 pm Monday 10 September to Friday 14 September........................................................ 8.30 am to 9.00 pm Exhibitors must produce their registration papers at the time of measuring to prove identity of horse. The maximum time given to any one animal in the measuring bay is 10 minutes. For more detailed information on measuring, please refer to “Measuring” in the Prize Schedule. Enquiries: Telephone 8210 5211 or email info@adelaideshowground.com.au


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CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES FRIDAY, 4 MAY 2012 at 5.00 pm

SHOWJUMPING ONLY - FRIDAY 18 MAY 2012 MEMBERSHIP

Exhibitors must be members of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of SA Inc. (unless otherwise specified). Membership fees: Adults $140, Juniors (under 18) as at 1 January 2012, $48. Membership of other Royal Show Societies does not exempt exhibitors.

SPECIAL REGULATIONS

Exhibitors are reminded that the Society’s General Regulations apply to all sections of the Show and that the Special Regulations hereunder set out, which apply to this section only, are merely supplementary to and subject to the Regulations. A copy of the General Regulations may be obtained from the Society’s website at www.theshow.com.au or a copy may be obtained upon request from the Society’s Administration Office. The members of the Society’s Horse Committee shall have power on behalf of the Society to take any necessary action under these Special Regulations.

CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES

The following conditions will strictly apply: • All entries, whether lodged in person or sent by post, must be in the Society’s possession at its Administration Office by 5.00 pm on the dates stated above. • Postal entry forms and fees will be accepted up to and including entries postmarked on or before the official closing date. • When sending entry forms and fees by post, the onus is on the exhibitor to ensure adequate delivery time. • Entry forms by facsimile or email will not be accepted. • If you require formal acknowledgement that your entry has been received, please include a stamped self-addressed envelope with your entry form. • A late entry option is available under the following conditions: • The entry form/s and fees are received or postmarked within 7 days of the official closing date and • An additional fee equivalent to three times the standard entry fee is paid. • Absolutely no exception to the above conditions will be made to any exhibitor under any circumstance.

ENTRY FEES

See Summary of Entry Fees table on page 2 for full details. Make cheques payable to RA&HS and post with completed entry form to: RA&HS - Horse Section PO Box 40 GOODWOOD SA 5034 • All entry fees include GST.

CONTACT DETAILS

Royal Adelaide Show - Horse Section PO Box 40 GOODWOOD SA 5034 Telephone: 08 8210 5211 Fax: 08 8212 1533 Email: info@theshow.com.au Web: www.theshow.com.au

SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES

Exhibitors must state on each entry form the class number (as per schedule) and the name, colour, sex and registered number of each horse. Horses in each class must be named excepting where the rider only is to be judged. This does not exempt animals from registration. A $20 administration fee will be levied on every incorrect or incomplete entry.

YOUR PRIVACY

If you do not want your details to be made available to other parties, please tick the box on the entry form supplied by the RA&HS . Your personal information will then only be used by the RA&HS to maintain contact with you and allow us to manage your entries. The RA&HS reserves the right to inform prize sponsors of the details of recipients to enable distribution of their voucher/ product prizes. Please note: by ticking the box to suppress your details, your name will appear in the Catalogue (if applicable) but your address will not.

REFUNDS

No refund of fees will be made after an exhibitor has been notified of the acceptance of their horse. Membership may be refunded by returning all badges and tickets before the commencement of the Show. Fees for horses, galloways or ponies for which a nomination is made and the entry not accepted shall be refunded MINUS A $20 Administration Fee.


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summary of fees

SUMMARY OF FEES Good Hands................................................................................................................................No Fee Rider/Driver.................................................................................................................................$30.00 Harness.......................................................................................................................................$30.00 Equestrian....................................................................................................................................$30.00 Smartest On Parade.....................................................................................................................$30.00 Side Saddle..................................................................................................................................$30.00 Leading Rein...............................................................................................................................$30.00 Pony/Galloway/Hack/Show Hunter..............................................................................................$30.00 Section 4’s....................................................................................................................... $100 per team

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ENTRY FEE

World Cup................................................................................................................................ $150.00 Group A Sect. 1..................................................... $85.00........................................................... $90.00 Group A Sect. 2..................................................... $75.00........................................................... $80.00 Group A Sect. 3..................................................... $60.00........................................................... $65.00 Group B Junior..................................................... $45.00........................................................... $50.00 Group C - Grand Prix.................................................................................................................. $60.00 Group C - Young Rider................................................................................................................. $20.00 Group C - Hit & Hurry................................................................................................................. $25.00 Group C - Six Bar........................................................................................................................ $35.00 (Must also have been entered in Group A Section 1,2 & 3 or Group B Junior to enter Group C.)

HORSE STALL (inc bedding) Day Stall................................................................................................................................$20.00/day

LOCKERS Large 4 + Horses..................................................................................................................$15.00/day Medium.................................................................................................................................$10.00/day Please ensure you advise your arrival and departure time (ie) am or pm on the Stabling & Locker Request Form. Failure to do so may result in refusal of your entry The Society gratefully acknowledges the support of Bonnetts Saddleworld in the provision of Horse/Rider Numbers.


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PRIZES

Prize ribbons will be as listed in each category. In pairs classes ribbons will be awarded to each placed horse. Champions will be selected from first prize winners and Reserve Champions from remaining first prize winners and the second prize winner in the class that supplied the Champion.

PRIZE MONEY AND GST

Prize money as stated in the Prize Schedule does not include GST. The prize money which we pay to successful exhibitors depends on information provided to us. If you confirm that you are GST registered and provide your Australian Business Number (ABN), we will pay the appropriate prize money plus 10% GST. We will provide you with a Recipient Created Tax Invoice which you will need to submit to the Australian Taxation Office. In entering the competition, you acknowledge your agreement to the following: • You will not issue a tax invoice to the RA&HS in respect to prize money received • You will notify the RA&HS if you cease to be registered for GST. If you provide your Australian Business Number but are not registered for GST, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to the GST. If you confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, we will pay the prize money as detailed in the Prize Schedule without reference to GST.

IMPORTANT

It is important that you either: • Confirm you are entering as part of a private recreational pursuit or hobby, or • Confirm you are entering as a GST registered business and supply your ABN Failure to do either of the above will cause the RA&HS to withhold 48.5% of your prize money in accordance with Australian tax legislation. The RA&HS is not a tax consultant and therefore assumes no liability for actions taken as a result of these guidelines. In any instances where an entrant or sponsor is uncertain of the tax implications of their involvement, they should consult their own accountant or tax advisor.

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PAYMENT OF PRIZEMONEY

EFT is a more efficient form of payment of prize money. Exhibitors are requested to nominate bank account details on the space provided on the entry form to facilitate prompt payment of prize money. Exhibitors who do not nominate a bank account may be paid by cheque by indicating on the entry form. Please note – payment by cheque will be made after EFT payments are processed. Please note that cheques will be made out in the name of the exhibitor. If you do not have an account in the name you have entered under, you will need to be paid via EFT. To assist the Society, would you please ensure cheques are deposited promptly into a bank account. Replacement prize cheques will be issued up to 31 December 2012, however a fee of $10 may be charged. If the cheque to be replaced is not returned then an additional fee will be charged to cover the cost of cancellation. Any concerns regarding prize money must be raised with the Society by 31 December.

WITHDRAWALS

All withdrawals must be made in writing and can be sent via email to: info@adelaideshowground.com.au or faxed to (08) 8212 1533. Emailed withdrawals must include “Withdrawal” in the subject line and the section (eg Horse Section), exhibitor name, class number, exhibit number (if known) and exhibit name (if applicable). No refund of fees will be made after an exhibitor has been notified of the acceptance of their horse. A $20 Administration Fee will be levied on withdrawals made before notification of acceptance.

PENALTY FOR NON EXHIBITION OF ANIMALS

Following advice from the Society of acceptance of their nomination/s, any exhibitor whose exhibit becomes unable to compete for any reason must notify the Society in writing prior to the first day of the Royal Adelaide Show, that their exhibit/s are unable to compete. Exhibitors who fail to scratch prior to the Royal Adelaide Show will be fined $200 for each exhibit not scratched and may be disqualified from competing at future Royal Adelaide Shows.


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ENTRY PASSES

One day exhibitors competing in Rider or Sidesaddle, will receive a One-Day Pass. An extra one-day pass will be issued for exhibitors with 3 or more horses. Exhibitors competing in only World Cup events ie: Warm-up and World Cup Qualifier, will receive 2 one-day passes for one horse and up to four one day passes for two or more horses. Members exhibiting more than three horses will receive 1 extra full Show pass. If additional passes are required, members can purchase extra guest passes at a reduced rate.

PERFORMANCES

Performances of each horse, galloway or pony must be stated on the entry form. The schedule of classes is divided into six main sections. 1. Jumping contest (groups A, B and C). 2. Harness classes. 3. Hack classes. 4. Show Hunter classes. 5. Section 4’s 6. Classes other than above. A separate entry and performance form is required for each section for each horse, galloway or pony nominated. From the information contained on the entry form the Society will determine which entries are to be accepted. If incomplete information is forwarded, the performance will not be recognised. The Society will then advise all nominators whether their nomination is accepted as an entry for competition at this year’s Royal Adelaide Show in the class or classes stated. The Society will not consider any further performances or information which is forwarded, after entries have closed.

REGISTRATION

All horses, galloways and ponies entered in any class must be registered with Equestrian Australia (hereafter referred to as the EA), Show Horse Council of Australasia or any other organisations acceptable to the Committee. A photocopy, back and front, of the current Registration certificate must be produced when lodging entries for all horses, galloways or ponies, including those registered within South Australia. Harness and Sidesaddle exhibits only, are exempt from these registration requirements.

OWNERSHIP

All exhibits must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor or held by the exhibitor under a written and recorded lease at the time of entry.

PERFORMANCES RECOGNISED

The Society will only recognise performances at shows which are affiliated with the Equestrian Australia, Agricultural Shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies and the Show Horse Council of Australasia. The onus is on the exhibitor to only list performances from recognised Shows. Exhibitors are urged to read the following to ensure performances listed on entry forms meet the acceptance requirements. Exhibitors entering Hack classes must qualify and compete as a Hack only. Exhibitors entering Hunter classes must qualify and compete as a Hunter only. HORSES MAY NOT COMPETE IN BOTH HACK AND HUNTER CLASSES MINIMUM QUALIFYING PERFORMANCES – HACK CLASSES (eligibility for entry) Competitors must obtain the minimum performances listed below to qualify for the Royal Adelaide Show competition for Hack, Galloway Hack, Pony Hack and Equestrian classes. 1. Three first placings in an open height and/or weight hack class in the current season (ie) 7 May 2011 to 4 May 2012 at shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies; 2. or Two first placings plus two second placings in an open height and/or weight hack class in the current season at shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies; or 3. Two first placings in an open height and/ or weight hack class in the current season at shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies plus a first to sixth placing at any capital city Royal Show (including State and Territory capital city Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal). MINIMUM QUALIFYING PERFORMANCES – SHOW HUNTER CLASSES (eligibility for entry) Competitors must obtain the minimum performances listed below to qualify for the Royal Adelaide Show competition for Show Hunter Horse, Show Hunter Galloway, Show Hunter Pony and Equestrian classes. 1. Three first placings in an open height and/or weight hunter class in the current season (ie) 7 May 2011 to 4 May 2012 at shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies; or 2. Two first placings plus two second placings in an open height and/or weight hunter class in the current season at shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies; or


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Two first placings in an open height and/ or weight hunter class in the current season at shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies plus a first to sixth placing at any capital city Royal Show (including State and Territory capital city Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal). Any Champion Hack, Champion Galloway Hack, Champion Pony Hack, Champion Show Hunter Horse, Champion Show Hunter Galloway or Champion Show Hunter Pony gained at any capital city Royal Show (including State and Territory capital city Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) in the 12 months prior to the closing date of entries will gain automatic acceptance to compete at the Fourthcoming Royal Adelaide Show. Qualified Hacks and Show Hunters may also enter Equestrian, Smartest on Parade and Leading Rein classes. OBTAINING THE MINIMUM QUALIFYING PERFORMANCES DOES NOT GUARANTEE ACCEPTANCE FOR COMPETITION. ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCES – HACK AND SHOW HUNTER Exhibitors are advised to list additional winning performances to nominate for acceptance in the Royal Adelaide Show competition for Hack, Galloway Hack, Pony Hack, Show Hunter Horse, Show Hunter Galloway and Show Hunter Pony classes. It is expected that entries will be high and additional performances will be required in the event of a ballot. Performances must be achieved at: • Shows affiliated with the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies. • Placings 1 to 6 in any ridden Hack or Show Hunter class (competing singly) at any Royal Show (including State and Territory capital city Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) • Wins in any ridden Hack or Show Hunter class (competing singly) in the current season at EA or EA affiliated shows. • Wins in any ridden Hack or Show Hunter class (competing singly) in the current season at Show Horse Council or Show Horse Council affiliated shows. These performances will only be recognised as winning performances after the minimum qualifying performances have been achieved.

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Events which do NOT count as acceptable performances (at shows other than State or Territory capital city Royal Shows) are: a. Maiden classes b. Hack or Hunter classes restricted by breed, colour or age. c. Hack or Hunter classes restricted by a district. d. Classes at unaffiliated events. e. Pleasure and/or education and/or paced classes. f. Riding and/or turnout classes g. Consolation Hack or Hunter classes h. Pairs, teams etc classes. i. Gentleman’s classes. j. Ladies classes. Child’s classes. k. Combined training classes l. Pony Club classes m. Novice Champion and/or Novice Hack or Hunter classes n. Elementary classes o. Intermediate classes p. Leading Rein and/or Smartest on Parade classes. q. Newcomer classes. FROM THE PERFORMANCES LISTED ON THE ENTRY FORM, THE SOCIETY WILL AT ITS DISCRETION, DETERMINE ACCEPTANCE. All rules and regulations relating to the Horse section are subject to change without notice.

HARNESS CLASSES

Exhibitors must state harness performances of horses entered. The Society reserves the right to determine which horses are accepted. Harness horses entered for other classes must qualify for those classes.

JUMPING

Exhibitors must state their best six performances from 7 May 2011 until 18 May 2012 along with their best six performances prior to 7 May 2011 ONLY.

SIDESADDLE CLASSES

Exhibitors must state performances of horses entered. The Society reserves the right to determine which horses are accepted. Sidesaddle horses entered for other classes must qualify for those classes. 1.

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NOTICE

It is a condition of your entry that the Society reserves the right to accept, reject or cancel any entry at any time without being bound to give any reason therefore. Any exhibitor who supplies incorrect information on an entry form is liable to disqualification.


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TIMETABLE

A timetable of all classes and events is available on the Society’s website - theshow.com.au This will be framed wherever practicable to avoid judging two classes concurrently in which one exhibitor may be entered. The Society accepts no responsibility if the judging time happens to conflict with one or more classes or events. The Committee reserves the right to substitute, vary the time of, alter or abandon any event in the day or night programmes. The Committee reserves the right to conduct elimination tests in any event at any time, on due notice. Jumping exhibitors entered in other categories (eg hack, rider classes) must give 24 hours notice of a potential conflict in the programming to allow the jumping draw to be altered. Depending on entry numbers, classes may commence at 8.30 am.

ALLOCATION OF STALLS/LOCKERS

For price information on stalls and lockers, please refer to page 2. THE ONUS IS ON THE EXHIBITOR TO ENSURE STALLS AND LOCKERS ARE BOOKED FOR THE CORRECT DAYS. A limited number of stalls and lockers are available on the Showground. The Society will, subject to availability, allocate stalls and lockers as soon as practicable after the acceptance of entries. Depending on entries received local horses may not get a stall. The Society reserves the right to alter this allocation at any time should such action be considered necessary, and may allocate another stall or locker to the exhibitor. Applications for stalls and lockers must be lodged at time of entry. Exhibitors with less than five horses may apply for one locker only. Exhibitors with less than four horses will not be allotted a large locker. These fees will apply whether locker is shared or not. Should the number of applications received exceed the number of lockers which are available, the Society will require exhibitors with one horse to share a locker with another exhibitor. Exhibitors with one horse are requested to indicate on the Stabling/Locker Request form with whom they would be prepared to share a locker if required. If exhibitors do not state a name, the sharing will be determined by the Society. Requests received after closing date of entries will not be considered.

HORSE STALLS

For price information on stalls and lockers, please refer to page 2. THE ONUS IS ON THE EXHIBITOR TO ENSURE STALLS AND LOCKERS ARE BOOKED FOR THE CORRECT DAYS. Unless a horse is nominated and competes in at least two events excluding rider classes a stall will not be allocated. Stalls will be allocated to Led Stock exhibits by the Society. Any stall which has been allocated, but is not occupied by that horse will be re-allocated. Whilst the Society will consider stabling requests, no guarantee is made that they will be met. • Horses which are nominated in one or two classes only may be removed after 4.00 pm on the day on which they have competed. Stalls will not be allotted for these horses and exhibitors must notify the Society at the time of lodging entries that the horse will be removed. • Exhibitors of horses which have been allotted a stall may remove their horses after 5.30 pm providing a deposit of $50 is lodged with the Society. This deposit will be refunded provided that the horse is returned before 8.00 am on the following day.

ALTERNATIVE STABLING

Alternative stabling is available at the Metropolitan Showjumping Club, cnr Warren Ave & Tapleys Hill Road, Glenelg North. For more information and bookings, contact Tara Weygood on (08) 8210 5213 email: tweygood@adelaideshowground.com.au

MEASURING

All horses, galloways and ponies entered in a class with a height restriction, whether it be an upper or lower limit, must be measured by the measuring steward before competing. Exhibitors must produce their registration papers, which must be checked to belong to the horse presented, before a measurement can be taken. All horses, galloways and ponies will be measured at the highest point of the wither. The poll shall not be lower than the highest point of the wither at the time of measurement. An allowance of 10 mm for shoes will be observed. Should an exhibit be measured with shoes on, and the exhibitor disagrees with the measuring steward, the exhibitor may have the animal re-measured without shoes. The measuring steward may request the removal of shoes from any horse, prior to measurement.


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Any exhibit having passed the measuring steward for its class shall not be eligible for a class of a different height. The onus is on the competitor to advise the Arena Co-ordinator if a horse is transferred to a class of a different height. Failure to do so will preclude entry into that class. The Society may refuse to measure any horse presented for measuring if in its opinion the horse is not in a fit and proper condition to be measured or if in its opinion any circumstances exist which are likely to lead to the horse being incorrectly measured. The Society shall not be required to give any reason for the exercise of the discretion hereby conferred. The Committee reserves the right to re-measure horses at any time during the Royal Show.

STANDARD HEIGHTS

Hacks - over 15 hands (1524 mm). Galloways - over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). Ponies - not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm).

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ENTIRES

An entire horse, galloway or pony will not be permitted to compete in sections other than Jumping and Harness classes.

NOT TO STANDARD

The Society reserves the right to exclude from competition; 1. Horses that are not up to standard. 2. Horses not exhibited in Show condition. 3. Horses not given proper attention during the Show. 4. Riders who disregard an instruction from the Stewards.

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NUMBERS

In all classes competitors must wear a distinguishing number supplied by the Society corresponding to the number in the programme. Numbers must be worn on the chest of the horse in rider classes. Numbers for the full period of the Show will be available at 8.00 am on the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday preceding the opening of the Show and may be collected at that time from the Stabling Co-ordinator. These numbers shall be retained by the competitor. If a competitor loses a number during the Show it will be replaced at a cost of $5.

ELIGIBILITY

Each horse, galloway, or pony competing in pair and team classes must be nominated separately on the entry form, and exhibitors may pair with other entries received for the same class. If a pair separately owned gains a prize, the prize will be divided. A horse, galloway or pony will not be permitted to compete more than once in any one pair class. A horse, galloway or pony which has won in a pair class is still considered a novice for a single class. The Committee may restrict riders in jumping classes to riding a maximum of three horses, galloways or ponies. In Hack events, excluding championships, a competitor will not be permitted to ride more than one horse, galloway or pony in each class. Substitution of any horse, galloway or pony will not be permitted in any event.

JUDGING

The Society reserves the right to substitute a Judge when deemed necessary. Persons other than judges and stewards are not permitted in the ring. Horses must not enter the ring unless called by the stewards. Winkers will not be permitted except in harness classes. Any animal which in the opinion of the stewards is considered dangerous, will be removed from the ring. The competing horse’s name must not appear on the forehead band.


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CHAMPIONSHIPS

Entries eligible for Champion and Reserve Champion awards must be presented to the judge unless exemption has been granted by the Committee. Entries which are not presented will forfeit the award and prize money in the class in which they gained championship eligibility. Entries eligible for Champion and Reserve Champion awards must compete under the same criteria under which they became eligible. Winners of novice classes are not eligible for championship awards.

PROTESTS

Protests against awards must be lodged in writing with the Chief Executive before 12.00 noon on the day following the date on which the event is judged. Protests in all cases must be accompanied by a deposit of $50 at time of lodging. The deposit will be forfeited to the Society should the protest be deemed frivolous.

OFFENCES 1. Any person who: (a) provides the Society with false information relating to their qualifications to compete or the qualifications of their child under 18 years of age to compete; (b) provides the Society with false information relating to an exhibit; (c) misrepresents the identity of an exhibit; (d) does any act or thing which is intended to or is likely to result in an exhibit being incorrectly identified; (e) does any act or thing which is intended to or is likely to result in an exhibit being incorrectly measured; (f) presents an exhibit for measuring when that exhibit has had any drug administered to it; (g) commits an act of cruelty to an exhibit; or (h) commits any breach of these regulations shall be guilty of an offence. 2. A Sub-committee of three members of the Society’s Horse Committee, which members are neither exhibitors nor competitors in the Horses-in-Action Section, shall have power to investigate offences and impose penalties including the following: (a) disqualification of a competitor from this year’s Show and/or future Shows, and forfeiture of any prizes;

(b) disqualification of an exhibit from this year’s Show and future Shows and forfeiture of any prizes; and (c) any combination of the above. 3. Any person guilty of an offence will be reported to the Equestrian Federation of Australia (SA Branch), other Royal Show Societies and the Show Horse Council of Australasia. 4. This part of the Special Regulations shall not derogate from the other parts of the Special Regulations.

TRANSFER OF PENALTIES

This Society reserves the right to refuse entries from exhibitors who are under suspension by another Society. 1. The Society may in its absolute discretion: (a) convey to any body any information concerning any fine, disqualification, withdrawal of a prize or ribbon, handicap, reprimand, warning or any other form of punishment (“penalty”) imposed by the Council on or in connection with any exhibitor or exhibit; (b) convey to any body any information concerning any investigation, inquiry or hearing (“proceeding”) conducted by the Council, whether or not the proceeding was or has been finalised and notwithstanding that the proceeding did not result in the imposition of any penalty on any person or exhibit; (c) recognise, act upon and enforce any penalty imposed upon any exhibitor or exhibit at any time by any body; (d) itself conduct such further proceeding in connection with any matter concerning any exhibitor or exhibit, or any person seeking to become an exhibitor or to enter any exhibit, and impose a penalty in relation thereto notwithstanding that a penalty may have already been imposed by that other body; (e) enter in reciprocal arrangements with any body in relation to any of the matters referred to in (a) to (e) above. 2. For the purpose of (1.) “body” includes any other society, organisation or body within or outside Australia having similar objects to those of the Society and in particular includes: (a) RASV Limited; (b) The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria Inc.;


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(c) The Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales; (d) The Royal National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland; (e) The Royal National Capital Agricultural Society; (f) The Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania; (g) The Royal National Agricultural and Pastoral Society of Tasmania; (h) The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia; (i) any breed association or society recognised as such by the Society.

VETERINARY SURGEON

Judges and RA&HS officials may call on the Society’s Veterinary Surgeon in respect to establishing the soundness of any exhibit. 1. 2.

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VETERINARY SERVICE

The Society will appoint a veterinary surgeon to provide a service to exhibitors. Should a horse become ill or suffer an injury then the Society’s Veterinary Surgeon may attend to and treat such animal in the absence of any authority from the owner, and the Society or its Veterinary Surgeon shall not be liable in any way for loss arising out of such treatment. Exhibitors may employ a veterinary surgeon other than the Society’s, but in any such instance must inform the Society of the stock concerned. The Society’s Veterinary Surgeon may refuse to attend an animal previously examined and treated by another Veterinary Surgeon. Unless otherwise specifically stated, only the Society’s Veterinary Surgeon may give certificates required by the Society. All costs incurred in the attendance and treatment of an animal shall be the responsibility of the exhibitor.

INJURY, DISEASE

If in the opinion of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeon a horse on the Showground shall be so injured or be so affected by sickness, disease or other ailment as to warrant its destruction or its removal from the Showground, as the case may be, the Society shall be entitled to have the horse destroyed and/or removed from the Showground and/or shall be entitled to require the owner to Fourthwith remove the horse from the Showground. Any expense incurred by the Society in respect of such horse shall be debited to the owner.

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Animals entered for competition must not have been exposed to any communicable/notifiable disease/s at least 14 days prior to theRoyal Adelaide Show.

SWABBING

The Committee may make or cause to be made, any test of any exhibit at any time before, during or after competition.

DRUGS 1. It is the intention of the Society that all animals shall perform on their merits without the aid of drugs or substances which may affect their conduct, performance or appearance. 2. (a) Exhibitors shall not administer and shall ensure that there shall not be administered to their exhibit/s any “prohibited drug”. (b) “Prohibited drug” means any substance originating externally (whether or not it is endogenous to the animal) which is capable of - affecting the performance or behaviour of an animal by its action upon the central or peripheral nervous system, the cardio- vascular system, the respiratory system, the alimentary digestive system, the musculoskeletal system or the urogenital system, and includes analgesics, antihistamines, anti-inflammatory agents, blood coagulants, diuretics, hormones and their synthetic counterparts, corticosteroids, anabolic steroids, local anaesthetics, muscle relaxants, tranquillisers and vitamins administered by injection, but does not include antibiotic substances anti-viral, antimicrobial, anti- parasitic) with the exception of Procaine Penicillin, provided that sub-regulation 3 is complied with. 3. (a) The Society may at its discretion cause an examination to be made of an exhibit by a veterinary surgeon, who in the course of such examination may make, by such methods as he may determine, such tests of and take such samples from such exhibit as he deems necessary or advisable. The result of such examination shall be reported to the Society. (b) An exhibit to which, in the opinion of a veterinary surgeon, a prohibited drug has been administered shall not be exhibited without the consent of the Society and shall be removed from the Showground Fourthwith upon notice from the Society.


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(c) An examination may include an examination for desensitised limbs. Any animal found to have a limb or part of a limb desensitised will be considered to have had a prohibited drug administered to it. (d) The owner or their representative may be present during testing, but shall not interfere in any way with the conduct of a test, and will observe the instructions of the veterinary surgeon on duty.

EXERCISING HORSES

Helmets must be worn in the exercise rings at all times. Lunging of horses is prohibited in the exercise ring (east of the Main Arena) between 6.00 am & 6.00 pm unless permission is given by the Horse Committee. The following times have been allocated for the exercising of horses on the outer half of the track: Entires - 5:45 am till 6:15 am Hacks, Ponies & Jumpers - 6:15 am till 7:00 am Harness horses - 7:00 am till 8:00 am Exhibitors are reminded that the Adelaide Showground has limited space available for exercising and warming up of horses.

SCHOOLING OVER JUMPS

Schooling of horses over jumps on any part of the Showground other than the area provided is prohibited. Exhibitors or riders disregarding this regulation may incur disqualification.

ADVERTISING

Competitors are not permitted to display any material advertising private sponsors except in jumping competitions in accordance with FEI rules.

RIBBONS

Only ribbons awarded during the current Show will be permitted on exhibits.

GRAND PARADES

All horses must be paraded in accordance with the printed programme and notices displayed in the Horse area. Protective headgear to the current Australian, European or American Standard MUST be worn by all riders and harness drivers in the Grand Parade. Exhibitors must wear their exhibit numbers when participating in Grand Parades. Grand Parade Attire The standard attire for Grand Parades is the same dress as worn in competitive classes. Inappropriate attire may result in the voucher for admittance to the Grand Parade being rejected.

Parade Participation Vouchers When collecting numbers from the Horse Office, all exhibitors will be presented with a sheet of four Parade Participation Vouchers. The number printed on each voucher will be the same as your exhibit number. When entering the main arena to participate in a Grand Parade, one voucher is to be handed to a Horse committee member, ie: one voucher is to be produced each time you participate in a Grand Parade. Exemption from Grand Parades An exemption can only be obtained between 10.00 am and 11.00 am from a representative of the Horse Committee in the Stabling Coordinator’s Office on the day of parade. If an exemption is granted you will be required to surrender one Grand Parade voucher with your approved application for exemption. Being absent from the Showground is not a valid reason for failing to parade. If a weekly exemption is granted all vouchers are to be surrendered with your approved exemption. Parade exemptions may be granted to exhibitors who produce a current medical or veterinary certificate with application for exemption. Once the Society is presented with a medical or veterinary certificate together with an application for exemption to participate in a Grand parade, such exemption, if approved, will cause the ineligibility of the rider and/or horse from all classes of competition for the same day of the exemption or the validity period of the certificate, provided it is no greater than the calendar year of competition. Exhibitors seeking exemptions for reasons other than the above (eg work commitments etc) may apply for an exemption prior to Friday, 10 August and pay the Exemption Fee of $100 per horse per parade. Exhibitors applying for an exemption after Friday, 10 August will be required to pay an Exemption Fee of $150. Part Show Exhibitors Exhibitors who are competing part-Show only must return their unused vouchers when collecting their exhibit numbers from the Horse Office. Exhibitors must surrender four vouchers during the Show. The responsibility of surrendering vouchers over is with the exhibitor.


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Failure to Comply Exhibitors failing to produce all four vouchers may be fined $250 for each voucher not presented. Failure to pay any fee incurred by 31 December 2012, may result in refusal of entries for future shows.

EQUIPMENT

Spurs and whips On the flat, all spurs other than dummy spurs are prohibited. Dummy spurs - spurs must be of smooth metal, shank pointing only towards the rear. Shank end must be blunt for the prevention of injury to horses. If the shank is curved, spurs must only be worn with shank directed downwards. Spur shank NOT to exceed 30 mm in length. No whip longer than 770 mm may be used or carried other than in sidesaddle, led stock or harness classes.In jumping competitions in accordance with FEI rules. Boots and Bandages The use of boots or bandages will not be permitted on horses competing in any event other than jumping contests or novelty events. Helmets All riders, including competitors in speed events, must wear protective headgear to the current Australian, European or American Standard. No other head gear will be permitted. Australian Standard: AS/NZS3838:1998 European Standard: EN1384 American Standard: ASTMF1163 The onus is on the riders to comply with the rules regarding helmets, and their insurance may be rendered void in the event of an accident/injury, if they are found to have been using a noncompliant helmet. It is the recommendation of the RA&HS that inspections of helmets are conducted by competitors/owners on a regular basis to ensure compliance with the rules. The RA&HS recommends that riders replace their helmets after moderate to severe blows.

DOGS AND BIKES NOT ALLOWED

Dogs, bikes, scooters and skateboards will not be permitted in the Horse area. This regulation will be strictly enforced during the Royal Adelaide Show.

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CORRECT ATTIRE

Competitors in hack or jumping classes must wear recognised riding costumes. It is compulsory for anyone riding a horse anywhere on the Showground including practice and schooling arenas to wear protective headgear approved under the current Australian, European or American Standard. Riders under 18 years are not permitted to wear high top riding boots in riding classes. Riders taking part in any parade or competition must be correctly attired in accordance with the following conditions: LADY AND GENTLEMAN RIDERS ON FLAT Ladies - Formal occasions Tan, fawn or buff breeches; black high top riding boots; dark type of grey or black coat; stock; vest; gloves; crop or leather covered cane; spurs. Ladies - Informal occasions Jodhpurs or breeches; tan or black riding boots; tweed coat; stock or shirt and tie; gloves; crop or leather covered cane; spurs if desired. Gentlemen - Formal occasions Breeches; tan or black high top riding boots; tweed coat; shirt and tie or stock; crop or leather covered cane; spurs. Gentlemen - Informal occasions Jodhpurs or breeches may be worn. Gloves optional. JUMPING CONTESTS Riders in jumping events must wear white or light fawn breeches. As per Article 256 of the FEI Rules for jumping events. HARNESS - Cone Scurry, Cone & Obstacle Driving Protective headgear, gloves, apron, whip and jacket are required.

FODDER

The Royal Adelaide Show Fodder Store is run by Keelan Grain and Fodder. Orders can be placed with them on site or by phone on (08) 8362 4178. Please note that no deliveries by vehicle can be made after 8.30am daily, so ordering the day before is preferred. Supplies must be hand trucked at other times. Exhibitors may bring and store in the stock pavilions their basic fodder requirements. Any exhibitor who, in the opinion of the committee, has more fodder than is considered necessary will be required to remove the excess from the Showground. Exhibitors must not solicit orders for fodder on Showground.


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CARE OF STALLS/LOCKERS

Numbers or any other identification marks which may have been placed on or in a stall or box by the Society, whether by placard, painting, posting or any other means, must not be removed, disfigured or altered in any way, nor shall any other notice, number or mark be placed in or upon any stall or box other than by the order of the Society. Screens, rugs or any other obstruction which may obscure the interior of the stall to the public must not be used during daylight hours. Stalls shall be used only by animals entered for competition and for the purpose for which they have been allocated to the exhibitor. The consumption of intoxicating liquor in lockers and adjacent areas is forbidden. The observance of the above regulations will be the responsibility of the exhibitor. Infringement of these regulations will result in the cancellation of the stall or locker in question.

STALL CLEANING

Exhibitors will, to the satisfaction of the Society: 1. Keep each stall allotted to them and their animals in a clean and proper condition throughout the Show. 2. Clean out their stalls regularly. Refuse must be deposited in manure bins provided. 3. Manure must not be deposited in alleyways or general purpose rubbish bins. 4. General purpose rubbish must not be deposited in manure bins. 1. 2. 3.

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BEDDING

Sawdust and/or shavings will be the only horse bedding used on the Showgrounds. The cost of bedding is included in the stall fees. Exhibitors of hacks occupying a stall in the second half of the Show will be issued two bedding tickets by the Stabling Co-ordinator at the time of stall allocation. Exhibitors may buy additional bags of sawdust and/or shavings from the fodder store during the Show.

CONTAINERS AND HOSES

Exhibitors are requested to supply their own feed and water containers and length of hose with 1� (25 mm) fittings to use at the wash down.

FIRE PRECAUTIONS

The use of primus stoves, heating or lighting appliances of a like character or any naked flame, is strictly prohibited in the horse stalls and lockers. The alteration of or interference with any electrical wiring, switch or plug is strictly prohibited. Precautions will be taken to guard against fire and to protect the property at the Showground, but exhibits will not be insured at the cost of the Society. Smoking is strictly prohibited in all livestock pavilions and lockers. No exhibitor or other person shall remove or displace or interfere in any way with or use for any purpose other than the prevention of fire, any article or appliance provided for use in the case of an outbreak of fire upon the Showground, nor shall any exhibitor or other person remove or alter or add to or interfere in any way with any fixture, fitting, article, appliance or thing owned by the Society or use such fixture, fitting, article, appliance or thing for any purpose, other than for which it is intended by the Society to be used. Because of fire risk all stalls will remain unlocked during the Show.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE

In a class for which an age limit is specified, the birth certificate of each competitor must be produced at the time of making an entry. If this certificate has been produced previously it is unnecessary to do so again.

AGE OF COMPETITORS

The age of all competitors is to be the actual age on 1 September of the current year. In all events and parades the minimum age of riders shall be five years.

PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION CODE

Property Identification Codes (PIC’s) are compulsory for all South Australian horse exhibitors. Failure to provide your PIC on the entry form will result in your entry being refused. For more information or to register, contact Biosecurity SA on 1800 654 688 or visit www.pir.sa.gov.au/pic


COMPETITOR AGE RANGES

COMPETITOR AGE RANGES

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5 years and under 8 years.............................................................. (Born after 1/9/04 and before 2/9/07) 8 years and under 10 years............................................................ (Born after 1/9/02 and before 2/9/04) 10 years and under 12 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/00 and before 2/9/02) 12 years and under 14 years........................................................... (Born after1/9/98 and before 2/9/00) Under 12 years........................................................................................................... (Born after 1/9/00) 12 years and over.................................................................................................... (Born before 2/9/00) 12 years and under 14 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/98 and before 2/9/00) 12 years and under 15 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/97 and before 2/9/98) Under 13 years........................................................................................................... (Born after 1/9/99) 13 years and under 17 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/95 and before 2/9/99) 13 years and under 18 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/94 and before 2/9/99) Under 14 years........................................................................................................... (Born after 1/9/98) 14 years and under 16 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/96 and before 2/9/98) 14 years and under 18 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/94 and before 2/9/98) 15 years and under 18 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/94 and before 2/9/97) 16 years and under 18 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/94 and before 2/9/96) Under 17 years........................................................................................................... (Born after 1/9/95) 17 years and over.................................................................................................... (Born before 2/9/95) Under 18 years........................................................................................................... (Born after 1/9/94) 18 years and over.................................................................................................... (Born before 2/9/94) 18 years and under 21 years.......................................................... (Born after 1/9/91 and before 2/9/94) 21 years and over.................................................................................................... (Born before 2/9/91)


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GOOD HANDS COMPETITION

H-IN-A COMPETITORS’ ASSOCIATION GOOD HANDS COMPETITION CHAMPIONSHIP JUDGING FOR GOOD HANDS CHAMPIONSHIP Boys and girls will compete together. Competitors will be judged solely on their riding ability, special attention being paid to hands, seat, general management and control of mount.

The judge, before making the final awards, will require six finalists in each class to perform a standard work-out.

CONDITIONS 1. Restricted to boys and girls under 18 years on the first day of the Royal Adelaide Show 2. Competitors must be residents of South Australia and be a current financial member of the Horses-in-Action Competitors’ Association or Show Horse Council - SA at the time of entry and competition. Riders must have won a first placing at an Agricultural Show in a Rider or Good Hands class or a 1st or 2nd in a Good Hands class at a Horses-in-Action Competitiors Association or Show Horse Council-SA Show.

3. Snaffle bridle only (jointed or plain mouth). Boucher, Wilkie & Spanish Bits are not permitted. Cavesson, dropped or hanoverian nose bands are permitted. 4. Rider must not wear gloves 5. Whips or hacking canes are not permitted. 6. Blunt “dummy“ spurs are permitted and only short boots to be worn. A Champion sash will be awarded by the Society to the winner of each class

Class 1- THE DOROTHY MANSOM-GRAY MEMORIAL TROPHY Good Hands Competition Championship for boys and girls 12 years and under. Champion, sash; Reserve Champion, sash; third to sixth, ribbons. No entry fee required for this class. ♦ First Trophy (value $100) and $25; second $15; third $10. • $50 and Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Horses-in-Action Competitors Association

Class 2 -THE DOROTHY MANSOM-GRAY MEMORIAL TROPHY Good Hands Competition Championship for boys and girls 13 years and under 18 years. Champion, sash; Reserve Champion, sash; third to sixth, ribbons. No entry fee required for this class. ♦ First Trophy (value $100) and $25; second $15; third $10. • $50 and Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Horses-in-Action Competitors Association

YOUNG JUDGES CHAMPIONSHIP For details refer to the Young Judges Championship Prize Schedule EXHIBITORS ARE REMINDED TO CAREFULLY READ THE CONDITIONS OF ENTRY RELATING TO THE HORSE SECTION, PARTICULARLY IN REGARD TO PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS. Applications for stalls and lockers must be submitted with your entries. Please read the regulations on Stalls and Lockers in the Prize Schedule carefully.


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RIDER/DRIVER CLASSES Overnight stabling will not be available for horses entered in rider/driver classes only. All first to sixth placegetters receive rosettes, unless otherwise specified. Riders in 5 years and under 8 years classes who do not gain a place will receive a pink ribbon. Riders who have not previously produced their birth certificate must do so at the time of making entry (excepting 18 years and over classes). Rider/drivers need not be members of the Society. Name of rider/driver to be stated on the entry form. It is the responsibility of the rider to ensure the correct age class/es are entered. Class 3 -THE WELLER FAMILY TROPHY Girl or Boy rider, 5 years and under 8 years. On pony or galloway. • First Trophy (value $100) and $30; Second Trophy (value $50) and $20; Third Trophy (value $50) and $10 • Trophy (value $200) sponsored by Vernon and Narelle Weller Class 4 -Girl or Boy rider, 8 years and under 10 years. On pony or galloway. ♦ First prize $30, Second $20, Third $10 Class 5 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Girl rider, 10 years and under 12 years. On pony or galloway. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 6 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Girl rider, 12 years and under 14 years. On pony or galloway. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 7 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Girl rider, 14 years and under 16 years. On galloway or hack. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 8 -THE S KIDMAN & CO TROPHY Girl rider, 16 years and under 18 years. On galloway or hack. ♦ First prize $50 and Trophy (value $80); Second $20; Third $10 • $70 and Trophy (value $80) sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd

Class 9 -CLISBY INDUSTRIES TROPHY Lady rider, 18 years and under 21 years. On galloway or hack. ♦ First prize $30 and Trophy (value $150); Second $20; Third $10 • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Clisby Industries Pty Ltd Class 10 -THE OAKBANK RACING CLUB PRIZE Lady rider, 21 years and under 30 years. On galloway or hack. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Oakbank Racing Club Class 11 -Lady Rider, 30 years and over. On galloway or hack. ♦ First prize $30; Second $20; Third $10 CHAMPION LADY RIDER To be selected from winners in classes 9, 10 and 11 THE SIMPSON FAMILY PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION LADY RIDER $250 sponsored by The Simpson Family Class 12 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Boy rider, 10 years and under 14 years. On pony or galloway. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 13 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Boy rider, 14 years and under 18 years. On pony, galloway or hack. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld


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THE COSTELLO-SMITH PRIZE for CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER UNDER 14 YEARS Open to first prize winners in classes 3 to 6 and 12 $500 sponsored by The Costello-Smith family THE COSTELLO-SMITH PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER UNDER 14 YEARS $250 sponsored by The Costello-Smith family THE SIMPSON FAMILY PRIZE for CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER 14 YEARS AND UNDER 18 YEARS Open to first prize winners in classes 7, 8 13. $500 sponsored by N P Simpson THE SIMPSON FAMILY PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER 14 YEARS AND UNDER 18 YEARS $150 sponsored by N P Simpson Class 14 -THE OAKBANK RACING CLUB PRIZE Champion Gentleman Rider, 18 years and over. On galloway or hack. To be judged on riding ability on flat. Champion, sash; Reserve Champion, sash; third to sixth ribbons. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Oakbank Racing Club Class 15 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Pair of riders, 10 years and under 14 years. On pony or galloway. Pair to consist of either girls or boys or girl and boy. Riders will be permitted to pair with other riders in this class. First to third placegetters receive rosettes for each rider. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel

Class 16 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Pair of riders, 14 years and under 18 years. On galloway or hack. Pair to consist of either girls or boys or girl and boy. Riders will be permitted to pair with other riders in this class. First to third placegetters receive rosettes for each rider. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 17 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Pair of riders, 18 years and over. On galloway or hack. Pair to consist of either ladies or gentlemen or lady and gentleman. Riders will be permitted to pair with other riders in this class. First to third placegetters receive rosettes for each rider. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 18 -THE ADELAIDE EQUITY PARTNERS LTD PRIZE Obstacle Driving Competition. To be driven in a two or four-wheeled vehicle, to be driven over course which will be varied in relation to the size of vehicles, to be determined by committee. All obstacles must be negotiated; failure to do so will incur a penalty. Winner will be driver with fastest time. Wheel width of vehicles at least 1200 mm. Protective headgear to the current Australian, European or American Standard must be worn. The committee reserves the right to cancel the event if insufficient entries are received. First to fourth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $75; Second $50; Third $25 • $150 sponsored by Adelaide Equity Partners Ltd

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Class 19 -THE ADELAIDE EQUITY PARTNERS LTD PRIZE Cone Driving Competition. Open to horses and ponies. Single or multiple combinations eg pairs, tandem. Ten to fifteen sets of cones all measured 300 mm wider than the vehicle wheel width. The fastest clear round wins - rules as per the Rule Book for driving events. Wheel width of vehicles at least 1200mm. Whips to be carried. Protective headgear to the current Australian, European or American Standard must be worn. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $75; Second $50; Third $25 • $150 sponsored by Adelaide Equity Partners Ltd Class 20 -THE ADELAIDE EQUITY PARTNERS LTD PRIZE Cone Scurry. Competition for pony pairs, not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). To be completed in a suitable four-wheeled vehicle equipped with a brake. Wire spoked wheels and pneumatic tyres are not allowed. Wheel width of vehicles at least 1200 mm. One groom must accompany the driver. Drivers to be age 16 years and over. Both driver and groom must wear protective headgear to the current Australian, European or Amercian Standard. The fastest clear round wins. The event will be limited to six pairs, selected by the committee. The committee reserves the right to cancel the event if insufficient entries are received. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $75; Second $50; Third $25 • $150 sponsored by Adelaide Equity Partners Ltd Class 21 -Best Lady Driver, 18 years and over. Driving a single horse, galloway or pony in a two or four-wheeled vehicle. Over such course as the committee may determine. Drivers must be only occupant of vehicle. Drivers not to drive more than one horse. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $30; Second $20; Third $10

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Class 22 -THE KITTLE WARMBLOODS PRIZE Best Gentleman Driver, 18 years and over. Driving a single horse, galloway or pony in a two or four-wheeled vehicle. Over such course as the committee may determine. Drivers must be the only occupant of the vehicle. Drivers not to drive more than one horse. First to sixth placegetters receive ribbons. ♦ First prize $100; Second $60; Third $40 • $200 sponsored by Kittle Warmbloods Class 23 -THE SOVEREIGN EQUESTRIAN CENTRE PRIZE Best Junior Driver, 8 years and under 12 years. ♦ First prize $50; Second $35; Third $15 • $100 sponsored by Sovereign Equestrian Centre Class 24 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Best Junior Driver, 12 years and under 18 years. Driving a two or four-wheeled vehicle. An adult passenger is allowed. No lap rugs to be worn. Protective headgear to the current Australian, European or American Standard must be worn. Drivers who have not previously produced their birth certificate must do so at time of making entry. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) • sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 25 -THE “EQUESTRIENNE AUSTRALIS” PRIZE Lady Rider, Side Saddle. Open to horses and galloways over 14 hands (1422 mm). To be ridden side saddle by lady riders, 12 years and over. Competitors in this class must be properly attired. For other Side Saddle events see classes 157 and 158. First to fourth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Glenda Couch-Keen


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HARNESS HORSES, GALLOWAY AND PONIES

HARNESS HORSES, GALLOWAYS AND PONIES Entries for these classes must NOT be made on Rider/Driver entry forms. ALL HORSES IN THIS SECTION MUST BE DRIVEN. Horses entered in classes 26 to 61 need not be registered with Equestrian Australia. Handlers must be correctly attired. Performances required for classes 26 to 61. Junior exhibitors whether a passenger or driver MUST wear protective headgear to the current Australian, European or American Standard. First to fourth placegetters receive ribbons, unless otherwise specified. All drivers between the ages of 8 years & 12 years of age must be accompanied by a competent adult. Class 26 -THE SA HORSE DRIVING SOCIETY PRIZE Ride and Drive. To be judged as a harness horse galloway or pony and as a ridden hack. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by South Australian Horse Driving Society Class 27 -THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Pleasure Turnout, for horses and galloways. Light horse or buggy horse. To be driven as singles, pairs or teams in a two or four-wheeled vehicle, lady or gentleman driver, passenger/s optional. To be judged for general appearance of animal/s, harness, vehicle and passenger/s. Education of animal/s will also be considered. ♦ First prize $100; Second $75; Third $25 • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd Class 28 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Pleasure Turnout, for ponies. To be driven as singles, pairs or teams in a two or four-wheeled vehicle, lady or gentleman driver, passenger/s optional. To be judged for general appearance of animal/s, harness, vehicle and passenger/s. Education of animal/s will also be considered. ♦ First prize $100; Second $50; Third $30 • $180 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 29 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Period Turnout, for horses and galloways. To be driven as singles or pairs, tandem or teams, by a lady or gentleman, passenger/s optional. To be judged on points as follows: Points Horse or Galloway.................................. 50 Harness................................................... 10 Vehicle.................................................... 30 General Appearance................................ 10 Total...................................................... 100 ♦ First prize $100; Second $50; Third $30

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Class 30 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Period Turnout, for ponies. To be driven as singles or pairs, or tandem, by a lady or gentleman, passenger/s optional. To be judged on points as follows: Points Pony........................................................50 Harness...................................................10 Vehicle....................................................30 General Appearance................................10 Total......................................................100 ♦ First prize $100; Second $50; Third $30 • $180 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 31 -Viceroy Turnout, for horses, galloways and ponies, hackney or part-bred hackney. To be judged on points as follows: Points Horse, Galloway or Pony.........................50 Harness...................................................10 Vehicle....................................................30 General Appearance................................10 Total......................................................100 ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 32 -Viceroy Turnout, for horses, galloways and ponies, non-hackney. To be judged on points as follows Points Horse, Galloway or Pony.........................50 Harness...................................................10 Vehicle....................................................30 General Appearance................................10 Total......................................................100 ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10


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Class 33 -THE T E DOWNER MEMORIAL PRIZE Most Authentic Horse Drawn Passenger Type Vehicle, for horses, galloways and ponies. To be driven as singles or pairs, tandem or teams, by a lady or gentleman. To be judged on points as follows: Points Vehicle....................................................50 Horse/s....................................................30 Harness...................................................10 Dress.......................................................20 General Appearance................................10 Total......................................................120 ♦ First prize $60; Second $30; Third $10 • $100 sponsored by Mr Charles M Downer and Murdoch Hill Wines THE KEIR FAMILY TROPHY for CHAMPION LIGHT HORSE TURNOUT. To be selected from Viceroy, Period and Pleasure classes. $100 and Trophy (value $75) sponsored by The Keir Family RESERVE CHAMPION LIGHT HORSE TURNOUT Class 34 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Tradesman’s Turnout, for a single horse, galloway or pony. To be driven as a single in a two or fourwheeled vehicle. Restricted to lightweight horses only. Animals entered in this class may be transferred to classes 35 and 36 at the discretion of the judge. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel CHAMPION TRADESMAN’S TURNOUT-LIGHT To be presented to the winner of class 34 RESERVE CHAMPION TRADESMAN’S TURNOUT-LIGHT Class 35 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Tradesman’s Turnout, for a single horse. To be driven as a two-wheeled vehicle. Restricted to mediumweight and heavyweight horses only. ♦ First prize $60; Second $30; Third $10 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel

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Class 36 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Tradesman’s Turnout, for a single horse. To be driven as a four-wheeled vehicle. Restricted to mediumweight and heavyweight horses only. ♦ First prize $60; Second $30; Third $10 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 37 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Tradesman’s Turnout. To be driven as pairs in a four-wheeled vehicle. Restricted to heavyweight horses only. ♦ First prize $60; Second $30; Third $10 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 38 -Tradesman’s Turnout. To be driven as teams of 3 or more horses in a four-wheeled vehicle. Restricted to heavyweight horses only. ♦ First prize $70; Second $50; Third $30 CHAMPION TRADESMAN’S TURNOUT-HEAVY To be selected from winners in classes 35 to 38. RESERVE CHAMPION TRADESMAN’S TURNOUT-HEAVY Class 39 -THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Tandem Team, for horses, galloways or ponies. To be driven in a two-wheeled vehicle. Exhibitors will be permitted to pair with other entries received for the same class. If a pair separately owned gains a prize, the prize will be divided. ♦ First prize $100; Second $75; Third $25 • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd Class 40 -Harness Horse, novice, over 15 hands (1524 mm). This class restricted to heavyweight horses. For horses that have not won a first prize as a harness horse at any Royal Show at the time of entry. First prize $60; Second $40; Third $25 Class 41 -Harness Horse, over 15 hands (1524 mm). This class restricted to heavyweight horses. • First prize $60; Second $40; Third $25 CHAMPION HEAVYWEIGHT HARNESS HORSE over 15 hands (1524 mm). To be presented to the winner of class 41 RESERVE CHAMPION HEAVYWEIGHT HARNESS HORSE over 15 hands (1524 mm).


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Class 42 -Pair of Heavy Harness Horses, over 15 hands (1524 mm). Exhibitors will be permitted to pair with other entries in this class. If a pair separately owned gains a prize, the prize will be divided. • First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20

THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for CHAMPION NON-HACKNEY HARNESS HORSE OR GALLOWAY over 14 hands (1422 mm) To be selected from winners in classes 46 and 47. $250 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd

Class 43 -Harness Horse, hackney, over 15 hands (1524 mm). First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 44 -THE KEIR FAMILY PRIZE Harness Galloway, hackney, over 14 hands (1422 mm) ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by The Keir Family

THE L G MATTEN MEMORIAL TROPHY for RESERVE CHAMPION NON-HACKNEY HARNESS HORSE OR GALLOWAY 14 hands (1422 mm). Trophy (value $150) - sponsored by Mr Wayne Matten

THE GOWARD PRIZE for CHAMPION HACKNEY HARNESS HORSE over 14 hands (1422 mm). To be selected from classes 43 and 44. $150 sponsored by Mr Gerald and Mrs Denise Goward RESERVE CHAMPION HACKNEY HARNESS HORSE over 14 hands (1422 mm). Class 45 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Harness Horse, non-hackney, novice, over 14 hands (1422 mm). For horses that have not won a first prize as a harness horse at any Royal Show at time of entry. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 46 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Harness Galloway, non-hackney, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). Hackney type galloways not eligible to compete in this class. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 47 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Harness Horse, non-hackney, over 15 hands (1524 mm). ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel

Class 48 -Harness Pony, Galloway or Hack, hackney or part-bred hackney, novice. For horses that have not won a first prize as a harness horse at any Royal Show at time of entry. ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 49 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Harness Pony, hackney or part-bred hackney, not exeeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm) ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 50 -THE DICK SMITH MEMORIAL TROPHY Harness Pony, hackney or part-bred hackney, over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422) ♦ First prize $25 and Trophy (value $100); Second $15; Third $10 • Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Mrs Myra Smith THE FREDERICK FENNELL MEMORIAL TROPHY for CHAMPION HACKNEY HARNESS PONY To be selected from winners in classes 49 and 50. Trophy (value $75) sponsored by Beverley Bertelsmeier RESERVE CHAMPION HACKNEY HARNESS PONY Class 51 -THE A S POTTON PRIZE Harness Pony, non-hackney, novice, not exceeding 12 hands (1219mm). For horses that have not won a first prize as a harness horse at any Royal Show at time of entry. ♦ First prize $60; Second $30; Third $10 • $100 sponsored by Potton Amusements


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Class 52 -Harness Pony, non-hackney, novice, over 12 hands (1219mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422mm). For horses that have not won a first prize as a harness horse at any Royal Show at time of entry. ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 53 -Harness Pony, not exceeding 10.2 hands (1067 mm). (Not eligible for Class 54) Unless four nominations are received the committee reserves the right to cancel this class. ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 54 -THE FAIRWAY ORION PRIZE Harness Pony, non-hackney, not exceeding 11 hands (1118 mm). (Not eligible for Class 53) ♦ First prize $30; Second $20; Third $10 • $60 sponsored by Robin Park Pony Stud Class 55 -Harness Pony, non-hackney, over 11 hands (1118 mm) and not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm). ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 56 -Harness Pony, non-hackney, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 13 hands (1321 mm). ♦ First prize $25; Second $15; Third $10 Class 57 -THE JOHN POTTON MEMORIAL PRIZE Harness Pony, non-hackney, over 13 hands (1321 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). ♦ First prize $100; Second $30; Third $20 • $150 sponsored by Potton Amusements THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE for CHAMPION NON-HACKNEY HARNESS PONY not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). To be selected from winners in classes 53 to 57. $500 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd RESERVE CHAMPION NON-HACKNEY HARNESS PONY Class 58 -THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Harness Horse, galloway or pony pair. Exhibitors will be permitted to pair with other entries in this class. If a pair separately owned gains a prize, the prize will be divided. ♦ First prize $60; Second $30; Third $10 • $100 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd

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THE BILL MOSEY MEMORIAL TROPHY for SUPREME CHAMPION LIGHT HARNESS EXHIBIT Trophy (value $100) sponsored by Mr Peter Mosey Champion Hackney Harness Horse, over 14 hands; Champion Non-Hackney Harness Horse or Galloway; Champion Hackney Harness Pony; Champion Non-Hackney Harness Pony and Champion Light Horse Turnout are eligible for this award. SUPREME CHAMPION HEAVY HARNESS EXHIBIT Champion Heavyweight Harness Horse and Champion Tradesman’s Turnout Heavy are eligible for this award. Class 59 -THE SA HORSE DRIVING SOCIETY PRIZE Pleasure Harness Pony, not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm) To be driven in a two or four-wheeled vehicle. Judged on manners and paces. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by South Australian Horse Driving Society Class 60 -THE SA HORSE DRIVING SOCIETY PRIZE Pleasure Harness Pony, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). To be driven in a two or four-wheeled vehicle. Judged on manners and paces. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by South Australian Horse Driving Society Class 61 -THE SA HORSE DRIVING SOCIETY PRIZE Pleasure Harness Horse or Galloway, over 14 hands (1422 mm). To be driven in a two or four-wheeled vehicle. Judged on Manners and paces. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by South Australian Horse Driving Society


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EQUESTRIAN CLASSES Events to be judged in suitably sized groups, determined at the discretion of the Committee. To be judged on points as follows:

Points Mount: Conformation, soundness and grooming.................................................................................50 Manners and paces................................................................................ 40..........................................90 Equipment: *Saddlery..........................................................................................................................20 Costume................................................................................................ 20..........................................40 Riding ability.......................................................................................................................................50 General appearance............................................................................................................................20 TOTAL...............................................................................................................................................200 *Saddlery will be judged on quality, condition and suitability. Competitors are requested to note that a list of the points allotted by the judges to all competitors shall not be published, but points awarded to individuals shall be available upon request. Judges in these classes must not allot fractions of points. In the event of equality of points for any placing, the classification shall be decided by adding together the points awarded for manners and paces and riding ability. If there is still equality, points for conformation of horse shall decide the classification. If a clear winner remains undetermined after the foregoing, the general appearance points will be considered and after that, saddlery points, then costume points. Riders in classes 62, 63 and 64 who have not previously produced their birth certificates must do so at the time of making an entry. Horse to be accepted in general hack or show hunter classes. Uniforms not permitted. Class 62 -Smartest on Parade Riders under 12 years of age. Riders under 12 years of age competing in hack and/or show hunter classes and/or riding competitions are eligible to enter for this class. The exhibit nominated must be accepted for exhibition in the ordinary classes in the saddle section. All entrants must be mounted on exhibits not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). Name of rider to be stated on Horses-in-Action entry form clearly stating date of birth. Riders need not be members of the Society. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20 Class 63 -Smartest on Parade Riders 12 years and under 15 years. Riders 12 years and under 15 years of age competing in hack and/or show hunter classes and/or riding competitions are eligible to enter for this class. The exhibit nominated must be accepted for exhibition in the ordinary classes in the saddle section. All entrants must be mounted on exhibits over 14 hands (1422 mm). Name of rider to be stated on Horses-in-Action entry form clearly stating date of birth. Riders need not be members of the Society. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20

Class 64 -Smartest on Parade Riders 15 years and under 18 years. Riders 15 years and under 18 years competing in hack and/or show hunter classes and/or riding competitions are eligible to enter for this class. The exhibit nominated must be accepted for exhibition in the ordinary classes in the saddle section. All entrants must be mounted on exhibits 14 hands (1422 mm). Name of rider to be stated on Horses-inAction entry form clearly stating date of birth. Riders need not be members of the Society. First to sixth placegetters receive rosettes. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20 Class 65 -THE CITY OF UNLEY PRIZEChampion Equestrian Riders, 18 years and over. Champion, sash; Reserve Champion, sash; third to sixth ribbons. ♦ First prize $500; Second $250; Third $150; Fourth $100 • $1000 sponsored by The City of Unley


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HACK CLASSES The Society thanks

The Giustozzi Family for providing rug prizes for : Champion Hack Champion Galloway Hack Champion Pony Hack, over 12.2 hands and not exceeding 14 hands

An incentive prize is offered for Most Successful Hack Exhibitor to encourage participation in classes entered. The prize ($500) is open to all Hack, Galloway Hack and Pony Hack open and Novice exhibitors. Points are awarded: 3 for 1st, 2 for 2nd and 1 for 3rd with the prize awarded to the Hack exhibitor with the most points.

First to sixth placegetters receive ribbons. Exhibits are advised that a novice class is open only to exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal at time of judging.

HACKS Class 66 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Hack, novice, over 15 hands (1524 mm) and not exceeding 15.2 hands (1575 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 67 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Hack, novice, over 15.2 hands (1575 mm) and not exceeding 16 hands (1625 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 68 -THE SALUTE MEMORIAL PRIZE Hack, novice, over 16 hands (1625 mm and not exceeding 16.2 hands (1675 mm). ♦ First prize $40 and Trophy (value $150); Second $30; Third $20 • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by Temporary Fence Hire Pty Ltd Prize is an embroidered horse rug Class 69 -THE SIGNATURE PRIZE Hack, novice, over 16.2 hands (1675 mm). ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Mrs Geraldine & Mr Greg Crocker

THE PANGKARRA FOODS PRIZE for BEST NOVICE HACK To be selected from winners in classes 66 to 69 Trophy (value $175) sponsored by Mrs Margot Maitland Class 70 -THE TOLL AND WALSH PRIZE Lady’s Hack, over 15 hands (1524 mm). To be ridden by a lady 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 71. ♦ First prize $175; Second $100; Third $75; Fourth $50 • $400 sponsored by Mr Richard Walsh Class 71 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Gentleman’s Hack, over 15 hands (1524 mm). To be ridden by a gentleman 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 70. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 72 -THE E.D. SCOTT MEMORIAL PRIZE Thoroughbred Hack, over 15 hands (1524 mm). For horses showing throughbred qualities. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Mr Michael Scott Class 73 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Hack, over 15 hands (1524 mm) and not exceeding 15.2 hands (1575 mm) ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 74 -THE GORST RURAL SUPPLIES PRIZE Hack, over 15.2 hands (1575 mm) and not exceeding 16 hands (1625 mm). ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Gorst Rural Supplies Class 75 -THE KOONOWLA WINES PRIZE Hack, over 16 hands (1625 mm) and not exceeding 16.2 hands (1675 mm). ♦ First prize $45; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Koonowla Wines Pty Ltd


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Class 76 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Hack, over 16.2 hands (1675 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 77 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Lightweight Hack Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 78. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) • sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 78 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Heavyweight Hack Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 77. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) • sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld THE DQ SADDLERY & BRIDLE WEAR PRIZE for CHAMPION HACK over 15 hands (1524 mm). To be selected from winners in classes 72 to 78. Sponsored by DQ Saddlery and Bridle Wear Prize is a Bridle (value $500) THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION HACK over 15 hands (1524 mm) Trophy (value $100) and Product Voucher (value $100) sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 79 -THE CHILD’S HACK PRIZE Child’s Hack, over 15 hands (1524 mm) For riders under 18 years. Open to hacks, over 15 hands (1524 mm). High top riding boots or gaiters are not permitted. ♦ First prize $150; Second $30; Third $20 • $200 sponsored by Ms Pip Burnett Class 80 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Owner/Rider Hack, over 15 hands (1524 mm) To be ridden by the registered owner. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse

GALLOWAY HACKS Class 81 THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Galloway Hack, novice, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 14.2 hands (1473 mm) For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 82 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Galloway Hack, novice, over 14.2 hands (1473 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 and Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au THE PANGKARRA FOODS PRIZE for BEST NOVICE GALLOWAY HACK To be selected from winners in classes 81 and 82. Trophy (value $175) sponsored by Mrs Margot Maitland. Class 83 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Galloway Hack, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 14.2 hands (1473 mm). ♦ First prize $60; Second $45; Third $35; Fourth $20 • $160 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel Class 84 -THE GEORGE COPPING MEMORIAL TROPHY Galloway Hack, over 14.2 hands (1473 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). ♦ First prize $40 and Trophy (value $150); Second $30; Third $20 • Trophy (value $150) sponsored by The Copping Family


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Class 85 -THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Lightweight Galloway Hack. Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 86. ♦ First prize $90; Second $60; Third $30; Fourth $20 • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd Class 86 -THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Heavyweight Galloway Hack. Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 85. ♦ First prize $90; Second $60; Third $30; Fourth $20 • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd THE ELEDA PARK YEOMAN PRIZE for CHAMPION GALLOWAY HACK over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). To be selected from winners in classes 83 to 86. $500 sponsored by Willaroon Agistment THE E M WOHLING MEMORIAL TROPHY for RESERVE CHAMPION GALLOWAY HACK over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). Trophy (value $200) sponsored by Ms Marie Wohling Class 87 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Lady’s Galloway Hack, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). To be ridden by a lady 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 88. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $25 sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 88 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Gentleman’s Galloway Hack, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm) To be ridden by a gentleman 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not eligible to compete in class 87. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel

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Class 89 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Child’s Galloway Hack, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). For riders under 18 years. High top boots or gaiters are not permitted. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 90 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Owner/Rider Galloway Hack, 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm) To be ridden by the registered owner. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 91 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Pair of Galloway Hacks or Show Hunters, over 14 hands (1473 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm) Exhibitors will be permitted to pair with other entries received in this class. If a pair separately owned gains a prize, the prize will be divided. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse


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PONY HACKS Class 92 -Leading Rein Class. Ponies entered in this class must also be entered and accepted in other general pony hack and/or hunter classes. One rider per horse only to be nominated. Guidelines: 1. Pony to be not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm), rider to be 5 years to under 8 years of age on the first day of the Show. 2. The leading rein is to be attached to noseband only and rein is to be held in the left hand of the person leading the pony. 3. No spurs or whips permitted - the leader may carry a cane only. 4. String or false aids which assist the pony’s head position are not permitted. 5. The judge is to give a short work-out for each child at the walk and trot only. 6. The child should be capable of rising to the trot. 7. Exhibitors to advise the Arena Supervisor of the name and date of birth of the rider 24 hours prior to the scheduled start time of the class. First to sixth placegetters receive ribbons. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20 Class 93 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Pony Hack, novice, not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 94 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Pony Hack, novice, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld

Class 95 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Pony Hack, not exceeding 11 hands (1118 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 96 -THE IMPERIAL PIPPA PRIZE Pony Hack, over 11 hands (1118 mm) and not exceeding 11.2 hands (1169 mm) To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize $100 and Trophy (value $100); Second $30; Third $20 • $100 and Trophy (value $100) sponsored by The Fricker and Gale families. Trophy is a rug Class 97 -THE MISSES HILDA & GITHA BIRCHMORE MEMORIAL PRIZE Pony Hack, over 11.2 hands (1169 mm) and not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by The HA and GAM Birchmore Estate Class 98 -THE MISSES HILDA & GITHA BIRCHMORE MEMORIAL PRIZE Pony Hack, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by The HA and GAM Birchmore Estate Class 99 -THE MISSES HILDA & GITHA BIRCHMORE MEMORIAL PRIZE Pony Hack, mare, not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by The HA and GAM Birchmore Estate Class 100 -THE MISSES HILDA & GITHA BIRCHMORE MEMORIAL PRIZE Pony Hack, gelding, not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm) To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by The HA and GAM Birchmore Estate


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THE HORSES-IN-ACTION COMPETITORS ASSOCIATION TROPHY for CHAMPION PONY HACK not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm). To be selected from winners in classes 95 to 100. sponsored by Horses-in-Action Competitors Association $100 and Trophy (value $100) Trophy is a Woollen Rug THE SHOW HORSE COUNCIL SA TROPHY for RESERVE CHAMPION PONY HACK not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm) sponsored by Show Horse Council SA Inc. $25 and Trophy (value $80) Trophy is a rug Class 101 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Pony Hack, novice, over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 13 hands (1321 mm) For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 102 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Pony Hack, novice, over 13 hands (1321 mm) and not exceeding 13.2 hands (1372 mm). For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse

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Class 103 -THE GOODWOOD PARK HOTEL PRIZE Pony Hack, novice, over 13.2 hands (1372 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hack competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Goodwood Park Hotel THE PANGKARRA FOODS PRIZE for BEST NOVICE PONY HACK To be selected from winners in classes 93, 94 and 101 to 103. Trophy (value $175) sponsored by Mrs Margot Maitland Class 104 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Pony Hack, over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 13 hands (1321 mm). ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 105 -THE ROSEDALE RIDING PONIES PRIZE Pony Hack, over 13 hands (1321 mm) and not exceeding 13.2 hands (1372 mm). ♦ First prize $60; Second $35; Third $25; Fourth $10 • $130 sponsored by Rosedale Riding Ponies Class 106 -THE AGRIVENTURE PRIZE Pony Hack, over 13.2 hands (1372 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). ♦ First prize $90; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $150 sponsored by Agriventure Class 107 -THE EQUESTRIAN SA SHOW HORSE COMMITTEE PRIZE Pony Hack, mare, over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm) ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Equestrian SA-Show Horse


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HACK

Class 108 -THE EQUESTRIAN SA SHOW HORSE COMMITTEE PRIZE Pony Hack, gelding, over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20; Fourth $10 • $100 sponsored by Equestrian SA-Show Horse

Class 111 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Child’s Pony Hack, over 13 hands (1321 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 18 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld

CHAMPION PONY HACK over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm) To be selected from winners in classes 104 to 108.

CHAMPION CHILD’S PONY HACK To be selected from winners in classes 109 to 111.

THE LATE R BARR SMITH PRIZE for RESERVE CHAMPION PONY HACK over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm) $250 sponsored by The R Barr Smith Memorial Trust Fund Class 109 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Child’s Pony Hack, not exceeding 12.2 hands (1270 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 110 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Child’s Pony Hack, over 12.2 hands (1270 mm) and not exceeding 13 hands (1321 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld

RESERVE CHAMPION CHILD’S PONY HACK Class 112 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Pair of Pony Hacks or Show Hunters, not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). Exhibitors will be permitted to pair with other entries received in this class. If a pair separately owned gains a prize, the prize will be divided. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) and Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse THE LYNDALE STABLES PRIZE for MOST SUCCESSFUL HACK EXHIBITOR $500 sponsored by Chris and Vicky Lawrie


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show hunter CLASSES Qualified Show Hunter exhibits may also enter in the following classes: Equestrian Smartest On Parade Leading Rein Exhibitors are advised that novice classes are open to exhibits which have not won a first prize as a hunter competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal at time of judging.

SHOW HUNTER PONY Class 113 -THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE Show Hunter Pony, novice, not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. For exhibits which have not won a first prize as a show hunter competing singly at any Australian Capital City Royal Show (including State and Territory Capital City Royal Shows but excluding the Melbourne Summer Royal) at time of judging. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $150); Second Voucher (value $90); Third Voucher (value $60) - sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld Class 114 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Pony, novice, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 13 hands (1321 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 115 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Pony, novice, over 13 hands (1321 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422mm). ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse BEST NOVICE SHOW HUNTER PONY To be selected from winners in classes 113 to 115.

Class 116 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Pony, not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm) To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 117 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Pony, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 13 hands (1321 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 118 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Pony, over 13 hands (1321 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER PONY To be selected from winners in classes 116 to 118. RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER PONY Class 119 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Child’s Show Hunter Pony, not exceeding 12 hands (1219 mm) To be ridden by a boy or girl under 14 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 120 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Child’s Show Hunter Pony, over 12 hands (1219 mm) and not exceeding 14 hands (1422 mm). To be ridden by a boy or girl under 18 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse


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Show hunter

SHOW HUNTER GALLOWAY Class 121 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Galloway, novice, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 14.2 hands (1473 mm) ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 122 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Galloway, novice, over 14.2 hands (1473 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm) ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse BEST NOVICE SHOW HUNTER GALLOWAY To be selected from winners in classes 121 and 122. Class 123 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Galloway, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 14.2 hands (1473 mm) First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 ♦ Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 124 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter Galloway, over 14.2 hands (1473 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524mm). ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER GALLOWAY To be selected from winners in classes 123 and 124. RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER GALLOWAY

Class 125 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Ladies Show Hunter Galloway, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). To be ridden by a lady rider, 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not permitted to enter class 126. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 126 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Gentleman’s Show Hunter Galloway, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). To be ridden by a gentleman rider, 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not permitted to enter class 125. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 127 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Child’s Show Hunter Galloway, over 14 hands (1422 mm) and not exceeding 15 hands (1524 mm). For riders under 18 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse

SHOW HUNTER HORSE Class 128 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter, novice, over 15 hands (1524 mm) and not exceeding 16 hands (1625 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 129 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter, novice, over 16 hands (1625 mm). ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse BEST NOVICE SHOW HUNTER HORSE To be selected from winners in classes 128 and 129.


Show hunter

Class 130 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Show Hunter, over 15 hands (1524 mm) and not exceeding 16 hands (1625 mm). ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au Class 131 -THE NASH PRIZE Show Hunter, over 16 hands (1625 mm). ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • In appreciation of the contribution made to the Royal Adelaide Show Horse Competition by commentators Rory and Michele Nash THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE for CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER HORSE To be selected from winners in classes 130 and 131. Trophy (value $250) sponsored by Horsezone Trophy is a rug. RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER HORSE Class 132 -THE HORSEZONE.COM.AU PRIZE Ladies Show Hunter, over 15 hands (1524 mm) To be ridden by a lady rider, 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not permitted to enter class 133. ♦ First prize $25 and Voucher (value $50); Second $15; Third $10 • Voucher (value $50) sponsored by horsezone.com.au

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Class 133 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Gentleman’s Show Hunter, over 15 hands (1524 mm). To be ridden by a gentleman rider, 18 years and over. Horses entered in this class are not permitted to enter class 132. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse Class 134 -THE TOPHORSE.COM.AU PRIZE Child’s Show Hunter, over 15 hands (1524 mm) For riders under 18 years. ♦ First prize Voucher (value $25); Second Voucher (value $25); Third Voucher (value $25); Fourth Voucher (value $25) • Vouchers sponsored by Top Horse


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JUMPING CONTESTS

jumping contests Correct attire for riders in jumping events is white or light coloured breeches and according to FEI regulations. The Committee may restrict riders in jumping classes to riding a maximum of three horses, galloways or ponies. First to fifth placegetters receive ribbons (unless otherwise specified).

WALKING THE COURSE

Riders of horses in the event about to be contested only are permitted to walk the course. No other person will be allowed into the arena. Riders are advised that entering and leaving the jumping arena must be by way of the trotting track and/or as instructed by an official. Failure to comply may result in a $50 fine.

GROUPS A, B and C

The course, obstacles, conditions and judging of each class will be such as the committee shall determine. The course, obstacles and conditions will, however, correspond in the main with those recognised by the FEI. The jumping arena will, when possible, be entirely enclosed, but if not, will be clearly marked with flags or some other easily recognised indicator. At all times the trotting track will be taken as outside the jumping arena. It will be the responsibility of all competitors to acquaint themselves with the extent of the arena and its markings before competing. Points for Most Successful Awards will be calculated on the following basis: First, 5 points; second, 4 points; third, 3 points; fourth, 2 points; fifth, 1 point.

FEES

Showjumping exhibitors are to pay the nomination fee only as stated at the time of entry. The balance of entry fees, membership, stall and locker fees to be paid upon acceptance of the exhibit by both the Society and the exhibitor.

SCRATCHINGS

Competitors in all jumping classes must advise the Arena Co-ordinator of any scratchings at least one hour prior to the scheduled starting time of the event. Failure to notify of scratchings, may debar competitors from competing in further events.

WORLD CUP JUMPING

The Federation Equestre Internationale has approved the staging of a World Cup Qualifier during the 2012 Royal Adelaide Show on Thursday, 13 September. The FEI Registration number of horses and riders in the World Cup must be submitted at the time of entry. If riders are competing in the World Cup and World Cup Warm Up classes only, RA&HS membership is not required.


JUMPING CONTESTS

Class 135 -THE PRINCESS ROYAL STATION PRIZE World Cup Qualifying Round. RULES- FEI ARTICLE 273.3.3 Entry fee of $150 (includes $50 World Cup Horse Travel levy) per horse to be paid before 10.00 am on Wednesday 12 September. World Cup horses can be given ridden exercise on the Main Arena between 7.00 am and 7.30 am on the morning of competition. First prize $3000, Sash; Second $2500; Third $1500; Fourth $1000; Fifth $750; Sixth $500; Seventh $368.18; Eighth $200 • $6000 sponsored by RC & SH Rowe • $1818 sponsored by The Australian Sports Commission & Equestrian Australia High Performance Program THE BARTON’S WASTE COLLECTION PRIZE for BEST PRESENTED FEMALE HANDLER AND HORSE $250 sponsored by Sherrie Barton THE BARTON’S WASTE COLLECTION PRIZE for BEST PRESENTED MALE HANDLER AND HORSE $250 sponsored by Sherrie Barton

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GROUPS A, B and C SPECIAL AWARDS THE BONNETTS SADDLEWORLD PRIZE for MOST SUCCESSFUL SHOWJUMPING RIDER In Groups A and C. First Voucher (value $120) sponsored by Bonnetts Saddleworld MOST SUCCESSFUL SHOWJUMPING HORSE. In Groups A and C. THE JOHN & RAE BRICE TROPHY for MOST SUCCESSFUL SHOWJUMPING RIDER IN GROUP B Winner to be presented with a Trophy (value $140) and rug (value $90) sponsored by Mr John Brice MOST SUCCESSFUL SHOWJUMPING HORSE IN GROUP B. THE JOHN & RAE BRICE PRIZE for BEST SENIOR SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SHOWJUMPING RIDER $250 sponsored by Mr John Brice THE JULIE WILSON PHOTOGRAPHY for YOUNG SHOWJUMPER AWARDS BEST PERFORMED YOUNG SHOWJUMPING HORSE Trophy (value $150) and Voucher (value $32) sponsored by Julie Wilson Photography Inscribed rug and voucher for one 8cm x 10cm photograph


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HORSES INCONTESTS JUMPING ACTION

GROUP A - SECTION 1 NOMINATION FEE - $85 (to be paid at time of entry) ENTRY FEE – $90 (to be paid on acceptance) All competitors in this Group will be judged under FEI Rules. A separate entry form must be used for each horse or galloway. Section 1 horses may start in all three (3) classes from their Section and Group C (must be nominated at time of entry). Horses or galloways in Group A - Section 1 may not compete in Group A - Section 2 or 3 or Group B. Exhibitors must state performances of horses entered. However, the Society at its discretion will determine which entries are to be accepted. Performances will be taken into account. Competitors are advised to list current season and best performances on the entry form. Copies of EFA performance cards must also accompany entry form. A Block Entry Fee per section to be paid. Class 136 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A ♦ First prize $450; Second $350; Third $240 Class 137 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A ♦ First prize $450; Second $350; Third $240 Class 138 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.1, TABLE A ♦ First prize $450; Second $350; Third $240

GROUP A - SECTION 2 NOMINATION FEE - $75 (to be paid at time of entry) ENTRY FEE – $80 (to be paid on acceptance) All competitors in this Group will be judged under FEI Rules. A separate entry form must be used for each horse or galloway. Section 2 horses may start in all four (4) classes from their Section and Group C (must be nominated at time of entry). Horses or galloways in Group A - Section 2 may not compete in Group A - Section 1 or 3 or Group B. Horses will be selected on grading and performances will be taken into account. A Block Entry Fee per section to be paid. Class 139 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $350; Second $260; Third $180 Class 140 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A ♦ First prize $350; Second $260; Third $180 Class 141 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.1, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $350; Second $260; Third $180 Class 142 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.3, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $350; Second $260; Third $180


JUMPING HORSES CONTESTS IN ACTION

GROUP A - SECTION 3 NOMINATION FEE - $60 (to be paid at time of entry) BLOCK ENTRY FEE - $65 (to be paid on acceptance) All competitors in this Group will be judged under FEI Rules. A separate entry form must be used for each horse or galloway. Horses or galloways in Group A - Section 3 may start in all five (5) classes from their section and Group C (must be nominated at time of entry). Horses or galloways in Group A - Section 3 may not compete in Group A - Section 1 or 2 or Group B. Horses will be selected on grading and performances will be taken into account. A Block Entry Fee per section to be paid. Class 143 -THE PENNANT PRODUCTS PRIZE Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.1.3, TABLE A ♦ First prize $225; Second $150; Third $100 • $150 sponsored by Pennant Products Pty Ltd Class 144 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $225; Second $150; Third $100 Class 145 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $225; Second $150; Third $100 Class 146 -THE S KIDMAN & CO PRIZE Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $225; Second $150; Third $100 • $200 sponsored by S. Kidman & Co Ltd Class 147 -Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.1, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $225; Second $150; Third $100

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GROUP B - JUNIOR NOMINATION FEE - $45 (to be paid at time of entry) BLOCK ENTRY FEE - $50 (to be paid on acceptance) All competitors in this Group will be judged under FEI Rules Table “A”. A separate entry form must be used for each horse, galloway or pony. The Society at its discretion will determine which entries are to be accepted. Performances will be taken into account. Competitors are advised to list current seasons and best performances on the entry form. Copies of EA performance cards can also accompany entry form. Horses, galloways and ponies in Group B may not compete Group A - Sections 1, 2 and 3. JUNIOR RIDERS PLEASE NOTE 1. Competitors may take part in competitions and Championships for juniors from the beginning of the calendar year, in which they reach the age of 12 years, until the end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 18 years. 2. From the beginning of the calendar year, in which they reach the age of 16 years, competitors may compete in both senior and junior classes, provided that the same horse does not compete in both senior and junior classes. Class 148 -Junior Jumping Contest, for horses, galloways and ponies. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A ♦ First prize $110; Second $85; Third $65 Class 149 -Junior Jumping Contest, for horses, galloways and ponies. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $110; Second $85; Third $65 Class 150 -Junior Jumping Contest, for horses, galloways and ponies. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $110; Second $85; Third $65 Class 151 -Junior One-Round Jumping Contest, for horses, galloways and ponies. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.1, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $110; Second $85; Third $65 Class 152 -THE FJF AMUSEMENTS PRIZE Junior Grand Prix. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 273.3.3, TABLE A. ♦ First prize $150; Second $125; Third $90; Fourth $50; Fifth $35 • $450 sponsored by F J F Amusements


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JUMPING HORSES IN CONTESTS ACTION

GROUP C

Horses and galloways entered in Group C must also have been entered in Group A - Section 1, 2 or 3 or Group B. ENTRY FEES: Grand Prix Jumping Contest - $60 Young Rider Jumping Contest - $20 Hit and Hurry Jumping Contest - $25 Six Bar Jumping Contest - $35 Class 153 -THE JOHN & RAE BRICE PRIZE Grand Prix Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: ARTICLES 273.3.1 ♦ First prize $500; Second $400; Third $300; Fourth $200; Fifth $100 • $1500 sponsored by Mr John Brice Class 154 -Young Rider Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways RULES: FEI ARTICLE 238.2.2, TABLE A . For horses entered in Groups A or B, ridden by a Young Rider as defined in FEI Rules, Annex IX. Article 3 - Definition of a Young Rider. A person may compete as a Young Rider from the beginning of the calendar year in which he or she reaches the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which he or she reaches the age of 21. ♦ First prize $180; Second $120; Third $80 Class 155 -Hit and Hurry Jumping Contest, for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 267. ♦ First prize $225; Second $160; Third $110 Class 156 -Six Bar Jumping Contest for horses and galloways. RULES: FEI ARTICLE 262. ♦ First prize $400; Second $300; Third $220

SIDE SADDLE Lady Rider, Side Saddle, see class 24. First to fourth placegetters receive ribbons. Class 157 -DONLEA SHOW STABLES PRIZE Lady’s Hack or Show Hunter, over 14 hands (1422 mm) To be ridden side saddle by lady riders, 12 years and over. Competitors in this class must be properly attired. The winner of this class will be eligible to compete in a novice hack or hunter class at future Royal Adelaide Show. ♦ First prize $40; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Donoghue Family Class 158-THE SIDE SADDLE ASSOCIATION PRIZE Period Costume. Open to horses and galloways over 14 hands (1422 mm). To be ridden side saddle by lady riders, 12 years and over. Competitors in this class must properly attired in period costume. ♦ First prize $50; Second $30; Third $20 • $100 sponsored by Side Saddle Association

SECTION 4s THE CASTLE TAVERN PRIZE for Section 4s $2000 sponsored by Central Properties Pty Ltd First prize $1000; Second $600; Third $400, The Society thanks and acknowledges

Central Properties Pty Ltd for their additional support of the Section 4’s event with: - Horse rug presented to each competitor in the winning team - a meal/voucher for all team members in un-placed teams - additional support of interstate teams


Animal Exhibitors Public Liability Insurance (Explanation) WHEREAS The Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia has agreed to effect a Public Liability insurance for certain Animal Exhibitors at the 2012 Adelaide Show, the following applies:Insured Party

Animal and Livestock Exhibitors participating in competitions and events

Period of Insurance

From seven days prior to the Show until seven days thereafter

Insured Activities

All activities undertaken whilst within and from the confines of the event venue consistent with the Insured’s livestock exhibit activity including setting up and removal

Description of Cover

Insurance in respect of the Insured Party’s liability to pay costs and compensation in respect of loss of or damage to third party property and death of or injury to third party persons or for advertising liability caused by and arising out of the Insured activities, all subject to the RAHSSA‟s policy terms, conditions, exclusions and warranties, etc.

Amount of Cover

$10,000,000 any one occurrence

Deductible

$10,000 any one occurrence

Geographic Limits

At and from the event venue

Claims Payable

Worldwide excluding claims made USA and Canada

Insurer(s)

Primary – $10,000,000 Lloyds of London

Address

London Underwriting Centre, 3 Minster Court, Mincing Lane, London EC3R 7DD

Policy Number

10331X10 The Insured Party must exercise reasonable care to maintain all premises, fittings and plant in sound condition.

Important Conditions •

The Insured Party must take all reasonable precautions to prevent injury and damage to persons and property.

The Insured Party must give immediate notice of an incident which may give rise to a claim or of receipt of advice of a claim.

The Insured Party must not make any admission, offer or promise in connection with any claim and must not any time admit liability.

The Insured Party must made themselves aware of and comply with the following Notices:Duty of Disclosure Before you enter into a contract of General insurance with an insurer, you have a duty, under the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 as amended, to disclose to the insurer every matter that you know, or could reasonably be expected to know, is relevant to the insurer's decision whether to accept the risk of the insurance and, if so, on what terms. You have the same duty to disclose these matters to the insurer before you renew, extend, vary or reinstate a contract of General insurance. Your duty however, does not require disclosure of matter:•

that diminishes the risk to be undertaken by the insurer

that is of common knowledge

that your insurer knows or, in the ordinary course of his business, ought to know.


Important Conditions

Non-Disclosure If you fail to comply with your duty of disclosure, the insurer may be entitled to reduce his liability under the contract in respect of a claim or may cancel the contract. If your non-disclosure is fraudulent, the insurer may also have the option of avoiding the contract from its beginning. Average Provision The insurer will pay legal expenses in addition to the sum insured, if however, the total amount of the loss (less legal expenses) ultimately paid to the claimant(s) exceeds the sum insured then insurers will only pay (in addition to the sum insured) that proportion of the legal expenses as the sum insured bears to the loss. Third Party Interests This policy will only provide cover for your interest and does not cover the interests of any third party (e.g. financiers, lessors, etc) unless the interests of the third party are noted in the policy. Waiver of Insurer's Rights You must not enter into any agreement without the written authority of the insurer whereby any of their rights to which they become entitled as your insurer after settling or agreeing to settle a claim are prejudiced or limited in any way otherwise all benefit under the policy will be forfeited. NOTE

1.

All enquiries to be referred to OAMPS Consulting tel. no. (02) 9424 1888

2.

CLAIMS (a)

No admission of liability or fault may be made in any form to a claimant. To do so may breach the policy conditions and enable insurers to avoid settlement.

(b)

Any notice of a potential or actual claim must be referred immediately to OAMPS Consulting

3.

Nothing herein shall be construed to alter in any way the scope of insurance policy, its terms, conditions or exclusions, issued by insurers.

4.

RAHSSA is not liable to the Insured Party in the event a claim is not paid or payable by Insurers.

5.

RAHSSA is not providing financial product advice, has not considered the particular needs of the Insured party and no statement is intended to influence a person or persons making a decision in relation to any insurance cover.

6.

This insurance only applies to insured parties entering competition in accordance with the general regulations.

The details listed above are not comprehensive and are provided as an outline for the policy only. Extracts from the policy are available for inspection on request at RAHSSA’s Registered Offices during office hours.


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITORS Conditions of Entry HAZARD REPORTING

Competitors must notify the Area/Pavilion Supervisor or the Venue Management Office immediately of any hazards detected. Hazards are any situation which has the potential to cause: 1. Injury, illness or death to people or animals either immediately or in the future 2. Damage or destruction to property

INCIDENT REPORTING

Competitors must notify the Area/Pavilion Supervisor or the Venue Management Office immediately an incident occurs which has resulted in: 1. The injury, illness or death of any person or animal 2. The damage, destruction or loss of property 3. A near miss incident that could have resulted in the consequences listed in 1 and 2

WASTE DISPOSAL

All waste including liquids must be disposed of responsibly. Storm drains must not be used for the disposal of any waste.

HAZARD MINIMISATION

All areas must be kept in a clean and tidy order with clearly defined and available access and exit routes at all times. Build up of combustible waste must be avoided. Care must be taken to minimise trip hazards and obstacles that people may walk into. Avoid laying unprotected cables or pipes on or above paths, walkways or roads.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

The RA&HS are to be advised of all hazardous materials that are to be brought onto the Showground. Appropriate warning signs and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) will need to be provided before allowing these materials on site.

MEDIA COMMENTS

Any public comment on emergencies, incidents or other venue matters should only come from the RA&HS. The key media spokesperson for the RA&HS is the Marketing Manager.

DUTY OF CARE

All competitors have a “Duty of Care” to avoid exposing themselves or other people to situations which could lead to injury. This “Duty of Care” extends to the prevention of damage to property.

LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY

1. Release Entry to and remaining on the Showground is entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor and to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Exhibitor releases the Society (which term includes in this clause the Society’s officers, employees, members and agents), from all claims and demands of every kind resulting from any accident, damage or injury occurring at the Showground, and without limitation, the Exhibitor acknowledges: (a) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to or caused by any Exhibit; (b) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to or caused by any Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees and Agents; (c) the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury to a Motor Vehicle or any of its contents whilst it is located on the Showground; and (d) without limiting Regulations 1 (a) and 1 (b) above, the Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the sale, treatment, failure to treat, destruction, disposal or other dealing with any Exhibit, or for loss, damage or injury to any personal belongings, equipment or property brought onto the Showground. 2 Indemnity To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Exhibitor must indemnify and keep indemnified the Society and its officers, employees, members and agents from and against all actions, claims, demands, losses, damages, costs, expenses and liabilities including without limitation, consequential loss and loss of profits for which the Society is or may be or become liable in respect of or arising from: (a) loss, damage or injury to any person in connection with the Exhibit or the relevant Event; (b) without limiting Regulation 2(a), loss, damage or injury to any other Exhibit or Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, Agents, or to the property of the Society, or its members, or to the general public, caused or contributed to or by any act or omission of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees or Agents; and


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITORS Conditions of Entry (c) without limiting Regulation 2(a), loss, damage or injury to the Exhibit, or the Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees, or Agents caused or contributed by an act or omission of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor or by the transportation, feeding or housing of an Exhibit of the Exhibitor. 3 Removal from Showground Without prejudice to any other provision in these Regulations, where the Society, its officers, employees, members or agents removes an Exhibit, or causes an Exhibit to be removed from the Showground, the Exhibit is removed or caused to be removed entirely at the risk of the Exhibitor. The person or persons removing the Exhibit will be deemed to be the agent of the Exhibitor, and his or her acts and omissions will be deemed to be the acts and omissions of the Exhibitor. 4. Insurance The Society will arrange Compulsory Owner’s Liability insurance cover for all Exhibitors of Exhibits being animals. The Exhibitor is bound by the terms and conditions of this insurance and by Statutory Duties as defined under the Insurance Contracts Act (1984). Details of the Compulsory Owner’s Liability insurance are set out in the Relevant Schedule 5. Personal effects The Society has no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage caused to personal belongings, equipment or property which is brought onto the Showground by an Exhibitor, his or her family, invitees or Agents. EMERGENCY INFORMATION Emergency information and Emergency Assembly Points for the various animal pavilions and stables will be included with Exhibitor Entry Detail Returns and Notice to Exhibitor mail outs. Competitors should be familiar with these plans. FIRST AID During the Royal Adelaide Show, St John Ambulance provides First Aid Services but it is suggested that competitors have a basic First Aid kit if minor injuries are a possibility. RA&HS EMERGENCY FACILITIES Fire fighting and other emergency equipment must not be removed or used for any other purpose. Missing or unserviceable equipment should be reported to the Venue Management Office immediately.

SMOKING The RA&HS Smoking Code does not permit smoking inside buildings, within 10 metres of a building entrance, around combustibles, during public performances or while handling hazardous materials. TRAFFIC CONTROL The RA&HS Traffic Control Code imposes speed restrictions within the Showground. For the duration of the Royal Adelaide Show the speed limit is 10 kph.The use of vehicles inside the Showground is closely managed during the Royal Adelaide Show. Conditions of entry will be provided with the issue of Vehicle Entry Permits. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 1. All extension cords and electrical appliances must be tested and tagged in accordance with current legislation as per Australian Standards 3760. 2. Power boards with overload protection can only be used at the discretion of the Venue Manager. 3. The use of double adaptors is strictly prohibited. 4. Appliances and power cables must not be used or laid through any area that may become wet. 5. Power cables must not be laid across walkways, paths, roads or any area where damage could occur to the cable. 6. Bar (resistance) heaters are strictly prohibited. 7. Light sockets must not be used for any other purpose



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