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the london international horse show - christmas edition 2012 official programme


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behalf of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the governing body of equestrian sport, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to London for a trio of FEI World Cup™ qualifiers with the seventh qualifier of the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping, the fifth qualifier of the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage and the sixth qualifier for the FEI World Cup™ Driving series 2012/2013. This event, its history and sporting legacy, is a wonderful backdrop to showcase three of the sport’s most exciting series: the FEI World Cup™ Jumping, which is now into its fourth decade and has expanded to include 16 leagues with no less than 134 qualifiers, the FEI World Cup™ Dressage, in its 28th year with four leagues and over 30 qualifiers, and the FEI World Cup™ Driving series, now into its second decade and host to the world’s best drivers as they compete over 9 stages for the ultimate indoor Driving trophy. To witness the power and precision of the horses as well as the intense concentration required by the world’s best riders, drivers, navigators and backsteppers at such close proximity is undoubtedly one of the secrets to the success of the FEI World Cup™ series and a tremendous example of how history and tradition can thrive in the 21st century. It has been a fantastic year for both Olympic and nonOlympic sport and the equestrian community, with great diversity, ability and sportsmanship leading us towards a more global and meaningful future. It is through series such as the FEI World Cup™ that we can continue to promote the values of our sport, our athletes and our noble equine partners and dig deep into the amazing talent around the world. We are delighted that Rolex has again honoured the FEI World Cup™ Jumping series in its role as title sponsor. Famous throughout the world for its high standards, quality, discretion and precision, Rolex is a very loyal partner with a deep understanding of our sport and we are very proud that the FEI World Cup™ series bears the name of a company that shares our high values. We are also very grateful to Reem Acra, title sponsor of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage series, for bringing a unique style, elegance and innovative aspect to the horse world. The New York-based fashion designer’s celebrity clientele includes Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Beyonce Knowles and Eva Longoria and the stylish discipline of Dressage is a perfect match for her brand.

I take this opportunity to thank the organisers of this event for their dedication and hard work and acting as a motor for international equestrian sport in the region. I would also like to thank the loyal volunteer body and sponsors, as well as the athletes, the enthusiastic public and the media representatives who ensure that our sport is given the visibility it deserves. The athletes you will watch and applaud here are among the world’s best and their performances demonstrate just how much can be achieved with focus and determination. In whatever capacity you are attending these FEI World Cup™ qualifiers I wish you an enjoyable event, conducted in the best spirit of great horsemanship.

d r o w e of r HRH Princess Haya FEI President

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and officials PRESIDENT

The Lord Vestey KCVO, DL VICE PRESIDENT

EQUESTRIAN ORGANISER

Penny Henderson MVO OPERATIONS MANAGER

Christopher Hall OBE, TD

Marisa Abel-Smith

COMMITTEE

ACCOUNTS OFFICE

Lt.General Sir Robert Hayman-Joyce KCB, CBE, DL – Chairman Michael Bates Nicholas Brooks-Ward David Broome CBE Will Connell Desi Dillingham MBE Bob Ellis Sebastian Garner Tim Henson Simon Kimble David Milligan Tim Stockdale Christopher Tar

Mairead Buckley Margaret Williamson

DIRECTOR

Colin Brooks James Brooks-Ward

Simon Brooks-Ward CVO, OBE, TD DEPUTY EQUESTRIAN DIRECTOR

Will Connell

APPEAL COMMITTEE

AWARDS – TROPHIES / ROSETTES

COURSE BUILDERS & DISPLAY PIGNON PROPS John Peacock

Olivia Milligan Sophie Milligan Alex van Tuyll

Di Boddy Bernardo Costa Cabral (POR) Raymond Jess Kevin Millman Neil Theobald Paul Thompson Alan Wade

BACKSTAGE CONTROL

Tim Henson COLLECTING RING

Chris Tar (Chief Steward) John Youngs (GBR) - President Andrew Brooks David Broome CBE (GBR) Sebastian Garner Lt.General Sir Robert HaymanChris Kennedy Joyce KCB, CBE, DL Spike Milligan ARENA ASSISTANTS Anthony Peacock Ted Bunn Jane Sanderson Ashley Burson Thomas Windsor-Clive Oliver Garner COMMENTATORS Daniel Uprichard Nicholas Brooks-Ward AWARDS - PRESENTATIONS

PRESENTATIONS CO-ORDINATION

Malcolm Wallace Johnny Scott Barber

David Luck Mike Tucker COURSE DESIGNER

Louis Konickx (NED) ASSISTANT COURSE DESINGER

Bob Ellis (GBR)

DECLARATIONS

Marion Begley Sue Hutton Hippodata

Kath Miles (Judge) Beryl Oakes (Judge) Karen Smiter Pam Swift Lisa Trott

Penelope Lang Sarah Leitch Debbie Lush Diane Miller Kim Ratcliffe Angela Tucker Elizabeth Waters Caroline Weston

FINALE PRODUCER

DRIVING ORGANISER

Dougie Squires OBE

Annabel Brooks-Ward

FINALE CO-ORDINATOR

DRIVING OFFICIALS

Isobel Hatton

Philip Bateman – Technical Delegate Johan Jacobs – Course Designer Harry Luff – Steward

SHETLAND PONIES

DISPLAYS BARCELONA POLICE

DRESSAGE ORGANISER

Chris Kennedy John Peacock

DRESSAGE ADVISOR

DOG AGILITY

DRESSAGE OFFICIALS

Andrew Brooks Spike Milligan Dave Ray

Helen Bradley Anita Darken David Fawcus Judy Firmston-Williams Nereide Goodman Sara Green Gloria Harrison Mary Ann Horn Jane Kendall

FINALE

Mick Miles Beryl Oakes John Parker John Peacock Sue Rogers

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Sarah McWilliam Richard Davison

EQUESTRIAN / ORGANISER’S OFFICE

Alex Abel-Smith (Operations) Sophie Attwood Holly Farr Olivia Dobell Andy Paul (Operations) FARRIERS

Brendan Murray Mark Watson


We’re looking forward to a very exciting Show this year as we celebrate our 40th birthday at the Olympia halls

LEFT TO RIGHT: Seb Garner ; Nick Brooks-Ward ; Spike Milligan

FEI STEWARDS

HOSPITALITY

MOUNTAIN & MOORLANDS

Frank Grunnill (Chief) Michael Henwood Frances Hesketh-Jones Triulzi Major Sandy Sanderson MBE (Dressage)

Diana Balfour Evans HOUSE MANAGER

Colin Brooks Sebastian Garner

Allan Curtis

MUSICAL PRODUCTION

INTERNATIONAL RIDER LIAISON

Michael McDermott Ken Peers

Joe Hudson Betty Peacock

PHOTOCOPYING STEWARDS

GROUND JURY – CDI-W

Stephen Clarke (GBR) (President) Andrew Gardner (GBR) Leif Tornblad (DEN) Frances Verbeek (NED) Katrina Wuest (GER) (Foreign Judge) GROUND JURY – CAI-W

Klaus Peppersack (GER) Andrew Counsell (GBR) GROUND JURY – CSI-W

Jon Doney (GBR) – President Hanfried Haring (GER) – Foreign Judge Alan Golledge (GBR) Val Turner (GBR) HOSPITALITY MANAGER

Frances Cass

MARKETING & MEDIA DIRECTOR

Jo Peck MARKETING

VETERINARY COMMISSION

PROPS / SPONSOR BOARDS

Tanya Bicknell Alison Judge

Clive Hamblin, BVetMed, MRCVS Bobby McEwen, BVSc, MRCVS Dr Colin Roberts, BVSc, MA, PhD, FRCVS Professor Roger Smith, MA VetMB DipECVS PhD DEO MRCVS Sue St Pierre, BVetMed, MRCVS

Oliver Rogers Danny Wade

TELEVISION PRODUCTION

VETERINARY ASSISTANTS

Dave Pickthall Andy Reid

Amy Clithero Alexandra Wilson

USHERETTES

VIP RECEPTION

STABLE VOLUNTEERS

Tracey Hutchings Sally Summerfield

Abi Bettle Christine Eales Lucy Fulford Sarah-Marie Lockwood TRADE STAND MANAGERS

Kellie Walker

RIDING CLUBS

MEDIA CENTRE

Colin Brooks Sebastian Garner Jennie Loriston-Clarke (Judge) David Luck (Judge) Richard Waygood (Judge)

Rupert Bell Kerry Bowness Becky Elvin Kate Green Kit Houghton (Official Photographer) Dan Mills Carole Mortimer Sally Taylor

Philip Jones Leigh Trott

MEDICAL OFFICERS

STABLE MANAGER

Colin Brooks Sebastian Garner

Annabel Brooks-Ward Di Brooks-Ward Tina Brooks-Ward Michael Bullen Sheila James (International Owners Box) Johnny Scott Barber Michael Shephard Malcolm Wallace

Lt.Colonel K Astbury Dr Jeremy Mawer Dr Claire Vincent

Nigel Trott

VETERINARY DELEGATE

ARENA PARTY

STABLE STEWARDS

Paul Farrington, BVetMed, MRCVS

Nigel Jess Sarah Beveridge

Simon Garrett

Hattie Brooks-Ward Isabella Brooks-Ward Pandora Brooks-Ward Kiki Gilmore Lily McIntosh

SALES & SPONSORSHIP

VETERAN HORSE SHOWING

Sarah Rutherford-Jones

SHOW CALLER

Ray Gauntlett

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Veronia Dawes Kristian Floyd Naomi Hawthorne Chantal Kane Claire Martin Stanley Martin Melissa McBurney William McBurney Gary McKay Mark McKay Christopher Miskimmin Rory O’Hagan Colm Quinn Elaine Quinn Patricia Stewart Ben Townley Thomas Vance Sonia Walker Lisa Wharry Victoria Wharry Stephen Renouard?? Andy Thomas Nigel Cooper David Mayo


e l b a t e Tim A full list of what's on at this show  MONDAY 17TH DECEMBER Evening Performance 6.30pm  Class D1 – REEM ACRA FEI WORLD CUP™ DRESSAGE GRAND PRIX supported by Horse and Hound €10000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors 1st

 TUESDAY 18TH DECEMBER

2nd

Evening Performance 5.50pm 3rd

 SERVICES JUMPING CHAMPIONSHIP  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  Jean-François Pignon  Carl Hester Interview with Clare Balding sponsored by Cool Equestrian  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 8.00pm  Class D2 – REEM ACRA FEI WORLD CUP™ DRESSAGE FREESTYLE TO MUSIC supported by Horse and Hound  €40000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors 1st

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3rd

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 WEDNESDAY 19TH DECEMBER Morning Session 10.30am  Class 1 – WELCOME SPEED STAKES (Two Phase – Table A, Art 274.5.3)  €8000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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2nd

3rd

Evening Performance Afternoon Performance

6.45pm 12.30pm  EXTREME DRIVING - FEI WORLD CUP™ LEG supported by Hugh and Karen Scott-Barrett  €6,800  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 2 – THE PONY CLUB MINI-MAJOR supported by Young Equestrian Leaders Award  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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 The Kennel Club ABC Agility Stakes Final  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Equestrian Team GBR Medal Parade  Presentation of the Raymond Brooks-Ward Memorial Trophy  Interval  Presentation of FEI Badges of Honour and BEF Medals of Honour

 The Kennel Club ABC Speed Jumping  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  Ebony Horse Club Display  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval  Presentation of the Coppice Acres Trophy 3.00pm

9.00pm

 Class 3 – THE CHRISTMAS SPEED STAKES (Table A, Art 238.2.1)  €11500  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 4 – THE MARTIN COLLINS CHRISTMAS PUDDING STAKES (Table A, Art 238.2.2)  €11500  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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2nd

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3rd

3rd

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

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It will be an action-packed event with Olympic medal winners competing in both dressage and jumping... Including the Medal Parade on Wednesday evening.


 FRIDAY 16TH DECEMBER

1st

Afternoon Performance 12.30pm  EXTREME DRIVING – FEI WORLD CUP™ LEG supported by Hugh and Karen Scott-Barrett  €20,400  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

2nd

3rd

 Presentation of the Ryan’s Son Trophy  The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

1st

2nd

 FRIDAY 21ST DECEMBER Morning Session 10.20am

3rd

 The SEIB / British Riding Clubs Quadrille of the Year  Class 8 – Team Murka and The World Class Programme Under 23 British  Championships – Warm Up

 The Kennel Club Medium Dog Jumping Grand Prix  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 3.05pm

Afternoon Performance 12.30pm

 Class 5 – THE EARLS COURT OLYMPIA CHRISTMAS CRACKER (Table A, Art 238.2.2)  €26000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 8 – TEAM MURKA AND THE WORLD CLASS PROGRAMME  UNDER 23 CHAMPIONSHIPS (National Table A9)  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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2nd

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3rd

3rd

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

 The Kennel Club Small Dog Pairs Relay  Presentation of Awards – The SEIB / British Riding Clubs Quadrille of the Year  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 3.10pm

Evening Performance

Each performance is packed with top class sporting action, outstanding equestrian displays, and classic crowd pleasers.There is also a great Shopping Village with over 200 shops where you can fulfil all of your equestrian Christmas wishes.

6.45pm  Class 6 – THE MISTLETOE STAKES (Table C, Art 239)  €8000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors 1st

 Class 9 – THE SANTA STAKES (Table A, Art 238.2.2)  €24000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

2nd

1st 3rd

 The Kennel Club Medium Dog Agility Stakes Final  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 9.00pm

2nd

3rd

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

 Class 7 – THE ALLTECH CHRISTMAS PUISSANCE (Table A, Art 262.2)  €20000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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2nd

3rd

 The Kennel Club Agility Pairs Relay  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 2.45pm

Evening Performance (Fri 21st cont..) 6.35pm  Class 10 – THE KINGSLAND CHRISTMAS TREE STAKES (Table A, Art 238.2.1)  €10000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 13 – The Rolex FEI World CupTM Leg presented by H&M (Table A, Art 238.2.2)  €110000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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2nd

1st

3rd

2nd

 The Kennel Club Small Agility Stakes Final  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval  Presentation of L’ Annee Hippique Awards

3rd

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia Evening Performance 6.45pm

9.00pm  Class 14 – THE H&M SIX BAR (Art 262.1 & 3)  €10000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 11 - THE CHRISTMAS MASTERS (Table A – Special Competition)  €27000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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1st 2nd 2nd 3rd

 The Kennel Club Agility Stakes Finals  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 9.00pm

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 Presentation of FEI Badges of Honour and BEF Medals of Honour  The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

 SATURDAY 22ND DECEMBER

 Class 15 – THE H&M IVY STAKES (Table A, Art 238.2.2)  €24000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

Morning Session 9.45am  The Kennel Club Agility Stakes Semi Finals  Veteran Horse Showing and Dodson & Horrell Championships

1st

Afternoon Performance

2nd

12.15pm  Class 14 – THE H&M MINI STAKES (128cms)  €800  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

3rd

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

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 SUNDAY 23RD DECEMBER Morning Session 9.00am  The Kennel Club Novice Agility Stakes Semi Finals  BSPS Ridden Mountain & Moorland Championship Preliminary Judging Afternoon Performance

Evening Performance 12.30pm

6.45pm

 Class 16 – JUNIOR STAKES (148cms)  €1200  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 18 – OLYMPIA GRAND PRIX (Table A, Art 238.2.2)  €80000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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1st

2nd

2nd

3rd

3rd

 The Kennel Club Novice Agility Paris Relay  BSPS Ridden Mountain & Moorland Championship - The Final  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 3.05pm

 Presentation to the H&M Leading Rider of the Show  The Kennel Club Novice Agility Stakes Final  Jean-François Pignon  Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National  The Barcelona Police supported by Champagne Taittinger  Interval 9.20pm

 Class 17 – THE SHELLEY ASHMAN INTERNATIONAL LTD, E M ROGERS (TRANSPORT) LTD SNOWMAN STAKES – ACCUMULATOR AGAINST THE CLOCK WITH JOKER (Art 269 directly against the clock)  €24000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

 Class 19 – THE GOLD MEDAL STAKES – FIVE FENCE CHALLENGE (Table A, Art 262.1 & 3)  €10000  Please see separate sheet for the starting order of competitors

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 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

 The Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia

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New this year is tickets for viewing the warm up ring – you can purchase them at the same time as you buy your show tickets. Or why not buy a ticket for the Post Show Party on Wednesday night – get on your dancing shoes and meet the stars!


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THE NEW SEASON SIZZLES WITH EXCITEMENT

New York fashion designer, Reem Acra, first took up the titlesponsorship of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Western European League and series final two years ago, the sport was already undergoing a tidal wave of change. Just like the world of haute couture, all sporting disciplines must remain open to progress, evolution and new ideas if they are to survive and thrive, and Dressage has experienced a dramatic transformation from predictable and sometimes pedantic, to surprising and sizzling with excitement in recent times. Its popularity and appeal has never been greater, especially in the aftermath of the phenomenally successful London 2012 Olympic Games. The decision to place the emphasis on the Grand Prix Freestyle to Music has been an important step on the road to success, and the woman who showed the way was The Netherlands’ Anky Van Grunsven. Over a 13-year period that began with her first win in Los Angeles, USA in 1995 riding the great Bonfire and her last on home soil in ‘sHertogenbosch in 2008 with Salinero, she dominated the FEI World Cup™ Dressage series with a record-setting nine victories. America’s Steffen Peters and Ravel broke the mould at Las Vegas, USA in 2009, but the Dutch were back on track again in 2010 when Edward Gal and the spectacular stallion, Totilas, stole the show while his compatriot, Adelinde Cornelissen partnering the charming chestnut, Parzival, has proven unbeatable ever since.

Dominant force

At the London Olympic Games, however, the British were the dominant force when taking both team and individual gold. Cornelissen had to settle for individual silver when 26-year-old Charlotte Dujardin produced an extraordinary score of 90.089 with Valegro, having already led the host country to victory in the team event. Riders of the highest calibre are now having their performances analysed by the judging panel in a whole new way, with power, expression and precision doing battle with lightness, selfcarriage and freedom of movement. It is a combination of all these elements that is required from the winning partnerships, and no mean feat when they can be achieved.

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ABOVE: Jenny Schreven riding Krawall


RIGHT: Richard Davison riding Hiscox Artemis

The German riders showed their grasp of the new-look style requirements, with a fresh young squad presenting a charming picture of harmony and elegance as they claimed team silver in London. Few doubt that the country which has such a long and distinguished tradition in this sport will be making a big impression over the forthcoming Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Western European League season which begins at Odense in Denmark in October 2012 and concludes at the grand final in Gothenburg, Sweden in April 2013 after eight exciting qualifying rounds.

Best athlete award

Beirut-born Reem Acra also sponsors the FEI’s Best Athlete Award for the third consecutive year. Presented to Jumping rider Meredith MichaelsBeerbaum from Germany in 2009, it went to the Dutch Dressage duo of Edward Gal and the stallion Totilas in 2010 and to Adelinde Cornelissen in 2011. Decided by public vote, the Award honours both human and equine athletes who have demonstrated exceptional skill and fair play in any FEI discipline over the previous 12 months. Ms Acra, whose star-studded clientele includes Madonna, Angelina Jolie, Eva Longoria and Halle Berry, says the past winners “are to horse sport what some of my clients are to show-business. They have that extra sparkle that results from a combination of great talent, determination, commitment and unstinting hard work.” We can look forward to plenty more of that sparkle in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2012/2013 series and final over the months ahead. I

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Rolex FEI World Cup™

when Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat stood on the second step of the podium at the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands last April he knew he had already achieved a great deal in his career. He had given his all in a two-way jumpoff against the clock, but was forced to yield to the pure determination of a horse and rider who, quite simply, never give up. America’s Rich Fellers held the trophy aloft with enormous pride. He had clinched the coveted crown of the indoor jumping season for his country for the first time in 25 years, and he did it after five previous attempts during which he came so close to victory on several occasions. And his partner throughout was a horse now in his 16th year, yet, like his 52-year-old rider, still filled with the passion, courage and grit that sets the best apart from the rest. Fellers’ and the stallion Flexible, a horse that was written off several times during his career due to illness and injury, have, like so many of the great champions of the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series before them, etched their names into hearts and history-books as legends in their own lifetimes.

Recurring theme

This is a recurring theme of the series that has gripped the minds and imagination of the participants and the public alike since its inception in 1978. The diminutive

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Austrian, Hugo Simon, and his giant of a horse, Gladstone, were first to take the title in Gothenburg, Sweden the following spring, and although the formula has undergone some changes down the years, the excitement has never waned. Partnerships like doublechampions Ian Millar and Big Ben from Canada and Great Britain’s John Whitaker and Milton are still held in awe, while four riders have placed themselves above all others in terms of winning performances. Germany holds the record for most victories, nine in total over the 34-year period since it all began, and both Marcus Ehning and Meredith MichaelsBeerbaum were three-time winners for this nation that has been so dominant in the modern sport. Simon made a sensational return, 17 years after his success in the inaugural season, to add a back-toback double with his gelding ET, while Brazil’s Rodrigo Pessoa and his fabulous stallion, Baloubet du Rouet, recorded their treble at consecutive finals between 1998 and 2000, an exceptional achievement by any standard.

Quality of performance

Quality of performance, astute judgment, split-second decisionmaking skills, reliability and style have all been key to success in this series that tests horses and riders throughout the super-tough qualifying rounds over the winter months. So it was the perfect fit when the distinguished watch-making company Rolex, which has a long association with equestrian sport, became title-sponsor of the Western European League and the grand annual Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in 2007. The company is headquartered in Switzerland, which has produced just two FEI World Cup™ Jumping champions – Markus Fuchs, who triumphed with Tinka’s Boy in 2001,

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and Beat Mandli, who came out on top with Ideo du Thot six years later. Now Switzerland has the reigning Olympic champion, as Steve Guerdat followed his narrow defeat at last season’s Rolex final by taking gold at London 2012. The 30 year old rider said in ‘s-Hertogenbosch that he was determined to “do better next time”, and having clinched Olympic glory after yet another thrilling jump-off that kept spectators on the edges of their seats he will be the man to beat, as he has another prestigious target clearly in his sights – the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2012/2013 title. I

RIGHT : Ben MAHER riding Tripple X III OPPOSIT: Laura KRAUT riding Cedric BELOW: Hans-Dieter DREHER riding Magnus Romeo


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BELOW: Boyd Excell in Extreme Driving RIGHT: Ijsbrand Chardon in Extreme Driving


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WORLD CLASS DRIVERS IN 20122013 Top 10 drivers competing in the FEI World Cup™ Driving 2012-2013 season

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an exciting outdoor season with the FEI World Driving Championships for fourin-hand in Riesenbeck (GER) as the highlight, the Driving world can expect more thrilling competition as the sport moves indoors for the 12th season of the FEI World Cup™ Driving. Ten top class drivers will battle for the Driving World Cup title with nine of them hoping to beat four-time FEI World Cup™ Champion Boyd Exell (AUS), undefeated at the past four Finals. The qualification season consisted of 14 competitions throughout Europe which has led to the qualification of the Top 10 drivers from six countries for the 2012-2013 season, with the list headed by the man from Australia, Boyd Exell.

FEI World Cup™ Driving 2012-2013 The FEI World Cup™ Driving series is made up of eight competitions in Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Hungary, Great Britain, Belgium and France. London Olympia is joining the FEI World Cup™ Driving series for the first time after a successful try-out competition in 2011. Five drivers from the Top 10 will compete at each event and organisers may give wild cards. Scores from each driver’s best three events count to decide the start list for the Final. The top six drivers qualify for the Final, which will take place in Bordeaux (FRA) for the second consecutive year. Double World Champion and four times FEI World Cup™ Champion Boyd Exell has been virtually unbeatable for the past four seasons, but his opponents are getting closer every time and the gap between the top drivers is getting smaller. I

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1 Boyd Exell AUS 2 IJsbrand Chardon NED 3 Koos de Ronde NED 4 Theo Timmerman NED 5 Christoph Sandmann GER 6 Werner Ulrich SUI 7 Tomas Eriksson SWE 8 József Dobrovitz HUN 9 Georg von Stein GER 10 Fredrik Persson SWE * Chester Weber (USA) did qualify in seventh place but as he is unable to take part, the tenth spot went to Fredrik Persson (SWE), who was 11th in the standings.

2012-2013 Calendar I I I I I I I I I

25-28 Oct 2012 14-18 Nov 2012 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2012 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2012 6-9 Nov 2012 17-23 Dec 2012 26-30 Dec 2012 17-20 Jan 2013 8-10 Feb 2013 THE FINAL

Hannover (GER) Stuttgart (GER) Stockholm (SWE) Budapest (HUN) Geneva (SUI) London Olympia (GBR) Mechelen (BEL) Leipzig (GER) Bordeaux (FRA)


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THE KENNEL CLUB

AGILITY STAKES

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it may have been the year of the Olympics there is only one thing dog agility handlers are thinking about and thats Olympia, the home of one of the most important dog agility finals in the world – The Kennel Club Agility Stakes. It is an amazingly popular sport and a British one at that. It started in 1978 when the Kennel Club asked some dog trainers to put together a fun event for the main ring at Crufts and here we are 34 years later with agility being the leading canine activity sport in the world with countries as far afield as China, USA, Australia and of course the whole of Europe – in fact just about every country in the world has dog agility competitions including both World and European Championships. The popularity of agility in the UK continues and entries at Kennel Club licensed Championship and Open agility shows continue to increase year on year. This is no doubt helped by the fact that our Kennel Club allow

pedigree and non pedigree dogs to compete in the working disciplines shows which of course include agility. Unfortunately, this is not the case throughout the rest of the world where some countries will only allow crossbreeds to compete in very limited classes. Agility in the UK is definitely a sport for all dogs so if you want to ask the experts about agility then do call in to the Kennel Club stand in the shopping area where advice and information about licensed agility shows will be available. This is the 34th year that the Kennel Club Agility Stakes Finals have been held at Olympia and it is in itself is a world class event. In fact the only event that is comparable is Crufts. Certainly when it comes to Christmas it is the only place where the UK’s top handlers want to be. No dogs are invited to Olympia; every dog and handler has to earn the right to be in the final. Heats are held throughout the country during the year, culminating in a semi final at the City of Birmingham Championship Show in September, ensuring dogs not only have to come in the top five in one

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This is the 34th year that the Kennel Club Agility Stakes Finals have been held at Olympia and it is in itself is a world class event.

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ABC Speed Jumping RO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Handlers Name David Wright Colin Skeaping Lindsey Davies Dawn Milner Mark Douglas Mike Bacon Julie Rumsey Jason Gardner Alan Score Fran Newman

19th December Dogs KC Registered Name Bachero Winnie Bago Burfords Sandy Tip Toe and Disappear Anker Ema Harvey Stars of Mars Puck Louandi Diamond Hairy Havoc Chaffords Prodigy Trubon Chavok Tryon Canburne Pelita

ABC Agility Finals RO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Handlers Name Alan Score Colin Skeaping Mike Bacon Fran Newman Dawn Milner Julie Rumsey Lindsey Davies David Wright Mark Douglas Jason Gardner

Handlers Name Jenni Machon Alan Gardner Amanda Hampson Heidi Windheuser Sarah Evans Kevin Mackinstosh Natasha Wise Helen Anderson Steven Richardson Adam Wildman

Medium Agility Finals RO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Handlers Name Kevin Mackinstosh Heidi Windheuser Sarah Evans Jenni Machon Amanda Hampson Alan Gardner Adam Wildman Helen Anderson Steven Richardson Natasha Wise

No dogs are invited to Olympia; every dog and handler has to earn the right to be in the final.

19th December Dogs KC Registered Name Trubon Chavok Tryon Burfords Sandy Louandi Diamond Canburne Pelita Anker Ema Harvey Hairy Havoc Tip Toe and Disappear Bachero Winnie Bago Stars of Mars Puck Chaffords Prodigy

Medium Dog Jumping Grand Prix RO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Breed ASD Bearded Collie Lurcher Cross Kelpie BSD (Tervueren) Cross Kelpie Weimaraner Golden Retriever

Breed Weimaraner Bearded Collie BSD (Tervueren) Golden Retriever Cross Cross Lurcher ASD Kelpie Kelpie

PICTURED BELOW: Large Agility Final winners

20th December

Dogs KC Registered Name Breed Cloudtenn Fuel For Life Cocker Spaniel Ag Ch Touchango Again Girl BC Shoredancer Sea Jade NSDTR Codys Countless Capers Cross Wicked William Cocker Spaniel Rhyl Rhuaridh Cocker Spaniel Ag Ch Raeannes Flipping Heck BC Ag Ch Dinky Demon Of Downunder Kelpie Ag Ch No Worries Sweeps Dream Cross Za Za Zoom AW Kelpie

20th December Dogs KC Registered Name Breed Rhyl Rhuaridh Cocker Spaniel Codys Countless Capers Cross Wicked William Cocker Spaniel Cloudtenn Fuel For Life Cocker Spaniel Shoredancer Sea Jade NSDTR Ag Ch Touchango Again Girl BC Za Za Zoom AW Kelpie Ag Ch Dinky Demon Of Downunder Kelpie Ag Ch No Worries Sweeps Dream Cross Ag Ch Raeannes Flipping Heck BC

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of the qualifying classes competing with up to 450 handlers and dogs in each heat but then competitors also have to come out in one of the top places in the semi finals. The first day for agility at Olympia is Wednesday 19th and the curtain raisers are the ABC dogs – or I should say the “Anything But a Collie” dogs. As with all the competitions at Olympia, the handlers and dogs have had to qualify via a rigorous process just to compete in the finals at Olympia. Twenty heats were held at Kennel Club licensed shows, the 60 dog semi final was held at the City of Birmingham Show in September and the top 10 dogs have come forward to the first day at London Olympia. This is always a great competition with usually many different breeds competing including Australian Kelpies, Australian Shepherds, Crossbreeds, Beardie, Belgian Shepherd, Lurcher, Golden Retriever and even a Weimaraner. You certainly don’t have to have a fast collie to compete at the top level.


Novice Agility Finals RO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Handlers Name Haldene Hartley Lesley Olden Barrie James Bonny Quick Anya Westland Jenny Lovegrove Dave Munnings Rob Davies Fiona Vaughan Alan Stiff Eleanor Laing-Kay Sue Rolfe Greg Derrett Sarah Smith Peter Richardson Jeff Walton Claire Arend Dane Redford Shauna Lyons Susie Josty Kathryn Birch Stephanie Barratt Gill Kimber Alison Williamson Heidi Clellend Helen Verrecchia Pat Brown Lauren Langman Tamara Hollands Ann Young Nic Jones Helen Veal Colette Gibson Cressida Mansfield Kim Sermon Diane Graves

23rd December Dogs KC Registered Name Milly Vanili Nedlo On The Button Oh Whats Occuring Lightning Trail of Flames Flow Breean Easy Raeannes Falcon AW(B) Devongem Mister Boss Man Tiny Tizer of Valgrays Lynwood Mac Of Kenelms Devongem Mist Kesrock Yorkshire Girl Tamerrye Take That Devongem Rehab Sproglett Oki Doki Oakley Nedlo Strictly Top Speed Comebyanyway to Infinity Delanor Golden Snitch Redanmuir Truly Focused Magic Pandemonium Cool Beans Tragility Supercharger Rhapsody’s Red Inferno Shoshonemara Summer Beauty Chilli Pepper At Willowyarde AW Smoketrail Quiz Incantoes Impossible Nedlo Strictly This Izit Devongem Can’t Stopper Upanova For Your Eyes Only Jack Be Nimble Of Valgray Flick Flack Basic Model Wood Greens Red Devil Rujaff Red Mullet Comebyanaway Wyna Takes All Rock “n” Roll Ruby Sue Aviary Apollo

Breed Lurcher BC WSD Cross WSD BC BC WSD BC BC WSD BC BC WSD BC BC BC BC WSD WSD BC WSD WSD Cross BC WSD BC BC BC WSD BC Cross BC BC WSD BC

Dogs placed 1st to 10th compete in the evening Final, Dogs placed 11th to 20th compete in the afternoon event

We have 36 dogs coming forward to Olympia on the Saturday morning in the Main Arena where we have an Olympia Semi Final, the top ten of which qualify for the Grand Finals on the Saturday night with the next ten being invited to compete in another event on the Saturday afternoon. So you can be sure of one thing – you will be seeing the very best of the UK’s senior and advanced dogs competing! As usual with this class, it is dominated by Border Collies or Working Sheepdogs. They really are the athletes of Large Dog Agility so it is sure to be one of the most exciting finals this year. On the Sunday, we have the Kennel Club Novice Agility Stakes. This is for Novice dogs and not Novice handlers, as I think with most sports we have a grading system with grades 1-7. New dogs handled by experienced handlers start in grade 3 and this Novice class is open to dogs who, at the time of qualifying, were working in grades 3-5. Fourteen heats were held at Kennel Club licensed agility shows and is by far the most popular qualification event, with up to 1,000

dogs in each one of these qualifying shows with the top three dogs going forward from each class or part of if numbers dictated a split. These top dogs from the heats or split classes go forward to two semi finals, the same as the Large grade 6-7 dogs. These semi finals were as also held at the City of Birmingham Championship Show. Then from these two semi finals, the top 18 are invited to compete in the Olympia semi final on Sunday morning with the top ten going forward to compete in the Kennel Club Novice Agility Stakes Finals on the Sunday evening and those placed 11th to 20th invited to compete in a competition during the matinee performance. So this is another competition where the selection process ensures that only the very best of agility dogs are competing in what I’m sure will be an extremely exciting final. So whichever day you visit Olympia this year, you are definitely going to see some of the most exciting and fast agility competitions that the agility world has to offer,

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PICTURED ABOVE: Angela Williams from Wellington, Somerset with her Border Collie Nedlo Jitterbug known as “ Tif” winners of the Large Agility final at the London International Horse Show at Olympia, London on Saturday 17th December receive awards from Mike Townsend.

including handlers who have competed in the Championships at Crufts and represented the United Kingdom at the World and European Agility Championships. Judging the agility at Olympia is one of the most prestigious once in a lifetime appointments available and hence only the most skilled, experienced and respected judges are invited and this year’s event is no exception. Our 2012 judge is Mrs Amanda Rodgers. Amanda is a championship agility judge, and judges throughout the UK on a regular basis, she competes at the highest levels and also organises and manages agility events and most importantly she is a well respected member of the agility community. For the competitors, qualifying for the Agility Stakes Finals at Olympia is the icing on the Christmas cake, and forget the Olympic Gold medals what they’re after is a red rosette and a beautiful piece of Kennel Club crystal engraved with the words “Kennel Club Agility Stakes Winner – Olympia 2012”. I


Ulvescroft Hunter

Ulvescroft Dandi

Ulverscroft Drambuie

Waulkmill Redoak

Tangies Sovereign

Clothie Night Ginko

Clothie Flyn

Clothie Humbell

Ulverscroft Midnight Blue

Eastlands Mighty Mark

Jockey: Kate Thompson Age: 12 Weight: 6st 10lb Owner: Helen Thomas Trainer: Natalie Greasly Sire: Adonis Of Clibberswick Dam: Ulvescroft Honeycombe Breeder: Ulvescroft Stud Colours: Yellow With Black Sash Sponsors: Low Wood Furnishings, Www.Helenthompson.Myarbonne.Co.Uk, Minerals Marketing, Riseholme Feeds

Jockey: Alfie Marshall Age: 11 Weight: 4st 10lb Owner: Jack And Joe Akehurst Trainer: Jim Akehurst Sire: Tirrick Of Waterloo Dam: Ulverscroft Damsean Breeder: Ulverscroft Stud Colours: Red And White Quarters, White Sleeves, Red Cap Sponsors: Newmarket Equine Hospital, Plumpton Racecourse, Bloomfields Racing, Claremont School, Cortaflex, Ryan Moore, Joe Akehurst & Friends, Jimmy Quinn & Fellow Jockeys

Jockey: Bradley Kent Age: 10 Weight: 4st 10lb Owner: Andrea Cleal Trainer: Andrea Cleal Sire: Southley Maurice Dam: Southley Ruby Breeder: Miss E.L. Pascoe Colours: Royal Blue With Yellow Discs Sponsors: The White Notley Duck Race, The Goring Hotel

Jockey: Melody Goodlad Age: 9 Weight: 5st Owner: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Trainer: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Sire: Clothie Inshture Dam: Clothie Quern Breeder: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Colours: Black With Orange Lightning And Spots Sponsors: Cunningsburgh Primary School, Quarff Community, Northlink Scottish Ferries, Kinaldie Home Farm, Family And Friends

Jockey: Gemma Pallett Age: 12 Weight: 4st 8lb Owner: Mrs Paula Kent Trainer: Mrs Angela Pallett Sire: Ulverscroft Charlie Boy Dam: Mistic Of Townan Breeder: Ulverscroft Stud Colours: Blue And Pink Sponsors: Kirvy Cane Equestrian Sands, The Lyndon Pallett Group

Jockey: Bindi Vereker Age: 11 Weight: 6st 7lb Owner: Miss E Bradshaw Trainer: Mrs A Vereker Sire: Quatro Of Sunnydale Dam: Ulverscroft Damsean Breeder: Ulverscroft Stud Colours: Emerald Green With Black Stars Sponsors: St. Leonards Mayfield School, Showerking Horse Showers, Treehouse Sporting Colours, Capital Garden Products Ltd, Pukka Herbs Ltd, Bedgebury Park

Jockey: Izzie Marshall Age: 13 Weight: 6st Owner: Mitchell Family Trainer: Patricia Mitchell Sire: Earnbrig Reynard Dam: Mill Of Towie Holly Breeder: Mrs R Provan Colours: Blue With Yellow Checks, Star On Cap Sponsors: Royal Bank Of Canada, Friends And Family Through Justgiving, Blowing Stone Free House, Browne & Daughters, Woodlands Enterprises, Ian Lewin (Farrier), Claremont School, White Horse Feeds Ltd

Jockey: Miranda Mos Age: 12 Weight: 5st Owner: Mrs Leanne Moss Trainer: Miss Emily Moss Sire: Clothie Zacasta Dam: Clothie Night Yarrow Breeder: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Colours: Purple Body And Sleeves, Light Pink Stars On Sleeves. Purple Hat With Pink Stars. Sponsors: Northlink Ferries, Shetland Islands Council, Family And Friends

Jockey: Hannah Anderson Age: 12 Weight: 5st 7lb Owner: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Trainer: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Sire: Clothie Baron Dam: Clothie Rosebell Breeder: Clothie Shetland Pony Stud Colours: Black With Lime Green Lightning And Spots Sponsors: Mainlands Ltd, Shetland Times Ltd, Kinaldie Home Farm, Northlink Scottish Ferries, Family And Friends

Jockey: Charlie Todd Age: 11 Weight: 6st Owner: Hickstead Horse Feeds Trainer: Knix Stud Sire: Lakeland Lightening Dam: Mary Of Burragarth Breeder: Mrs Diana Staveley Colours: Blue And Green Sponsors: Todds Highway Maintenance Ltd, Mr And Mrs G Ritchie Bland, Pear Tree Projects Ltd, Mr And Mrs S Bell, Friends Of The Zetland Hunt, Friends Of Darren And Linda Todd

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VETERAN HORSE SHOWING HOME PRODUCED SUPREME GRAND FINAL

once

again Veteran Horse Showing Ltd is honoured to hold its Supreme In Hand and Ridden Grand Finals at Olympia, all kindly sponsored by Dodson and Horrell Feed. This year we are hosting two classes with two Supreme Championships:

Supreme In Hand Supreme Ridden. On Saturday 22nd December 2012, 12 In Hand Horses/Ponies and 16 Ridden Horses/Ponies will be entering the competition ring, showing the audience why there is such a need for Veteran Horse Showing.The age of the animals are 15 to 30 years of age, of different breeds and types. From the thousands of veteran horses/ponies who have tried to qualify the 28 animals in the competitionare all champions in their own right. To get to the Grand Final, competitorshad to firstly qualify at an Area Show,the next stage was the championship accolade at a Regional Final. Veteran Horse Showing is unique, it is the only affiliated series solely for Horses/Ponies age 15 years and over, open to all breeds and types to compete from all walks of the equestrian world. The continued growth of the showing series has increased theamount of Area /Regional qualifiers throughout the UK and these shows provide an excellent opportunity for our members to extend the careers of their much loved veterans.

BELOW: Murram Park Phantom

ridden by Kate Marfleet Champion Veteran ridden.

Classes are divided into 3 age groups: PRE-VETERAN – 15 to 19yrs VETERAN – 20 to 24yrs VETERAN PLUS – 25 yrs and over. The Series is purely for home produced, this means we cater only for the everyday nonprofessional person. Of the 1.9 million horses/ponies in throughout the UK, reports show that 33% are 15years of age and over. Within the equestrian world today most people will own or know someone with a veteran. Keeping these veterans in top condition is not an easy job. This is why the loving care, devotion and welfareis of utmost importance and taken most seriously, especially when most veterans are classed as ‘members of the family’. Veteran Horse Showingis managed by a dedicated voluntaryprofessional equestrian team whosecommitment is responsible for the success of the Series. In addition to the Showing Series, we offer a Veteran Dressage Series for the older horses/ponies from Preliminary to Medium levels. There are qualifiers within local shows, culminating in the annual National Dressage Championship For further information on Veteran Horse Showing/ Dressageplease visit our website www.veteran-horse-showing.co.uk Veteran Horse Showing Ltd supports the Veteran Horse Welfare Charity (which is a separate organisation) that cares for the welfare and management of the older horse/pony and relies solely on donations. The Veteran Horse Welfare Charity centre is based in Wales, visit: www.veteran-horse-welfare.co.uk I

2012 Finalists In Hand No. 573 574 575 576 577 578 579 580 581 582 583 584

Inhand Name Rebecca Gardiner William Moran Alexis Land Victoria Littlewood Danielle Aspinall Emma Duncan Sue Vincent Claire Burrows Francesca Canham Claire Clarke Leander Walton Amy Pugh

Name Buster Tiger Lily IV Crusading Moss Town Marz Smart Affair Wind Wizard Ranchwood Banana Split Breamish Angelo Jigtime Puck Taxal Timelord Maybe Just Maybe Lynwood Justice

Height & Sex 16.1 hh 16 hh 16 hh 15.2 hh 15 2 hh 15.1hh 15 hh Stallion 14.3HH 14.1 hh 14.1 hh 14 hh 11.2 hh Stallion

Age 20 15 20 16 17 15 17 23 30 26 17 23

Name Mr Cracker St James Ladydown Angelina Maesmynach Nibby Caye Sporting Sam Forrest Gump Isatis De L'Ecluse Basford Blue Smoke Diamond Grove Mill Thyme Arian Star Cliffton Graffiti Broughton Last Express Carracastle Barney Kincardine Corriechoille Oughtrington Starlight Colbeach Salaman

Height & Sex 17 hh 16 2hh 16.1 hh 16 hh 15.3 hh 15.2hh 15.1hh 15.1hh 15 hh 15 hh 15 hh 14.2 hh 14.1hh 14.1 hh 14 hh 12.2hh

Age 28 20 17 24 18 16 16 18 17 22 15 17 17 15 21 16

2012 Finalists Ridden No. 585 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 598 599 600

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Ridden Name Kate Read Zoe Taylor Silke Ceruti Lucy Driver Amie McDonald Eliabeth Cheffings James Knight Claire Lockyer Amy Tweedale Sarah Dean Steph Ryder-Bayes Natasha Gibbons Jessica Baybutt Amy Taylor Katie Duxbury Jess Renshaw-Smith


The British Show Pony Society Heritage Mountain & MoorlandOlympia Ridden Championship 2012

there

have been ten major shows around the country where the champion pony automatically qualified for Olympia and eighteen ponies qualifying from

the semi-final classes at the B.S.P.S. Heritage Championships show plus one pony from each of the Native Breeds.

JUDGES Jillian Grummitt - Conformation Amanda Gomersall - Conformation Mrs B. McGrath - Performance Clare Dew - Performance

No

Pony

Breed

1 2 3* 4 5* 6* 7* 8* 9* 10 11 12 * 13 14 15 * 16 * 17 * 18 * 19 20 * 21 * 22 * 23 * 24 * 25 * 26 * 27 28 29 30 31 * 32 * 33 * 34 * 35 36 * 37 38 39 * 40

Banks Vanilla Braemar Be Lucky Galloon Rollover Rudgeway Silver Trinket Walstead Cartier Kilmannan Black Magic Kilmannan Robert The Bruce Waterside Black Prince Pumphill Bennett Vean Night Owl Blackthorn Blush Rose Phi Burnhead Henry Castle Hill Raven Lydvale Jacob Murthwaite Oliver Townend Candyman Carlung Lewis Holmedown Chicago Moss-Side Mcclaren Tower Clyde Mallards Wood Saint Peter Sapphire Classic Sharptor Laser Red Nantfforchog Blue Romance Nynwoods Elliot Thistledown Scotch Whiskey Bronheulog Harvey Cadlan Valley Sandpiper Cottrell Leonardo Lemonshill Falcon Roseberry Model Man Menai Thomas Popsters Tommy Cockles Rivervalley Rosie Rogers Tawelfan Red Robin Brynseion Bendigo Kala Flash Jack Larnleighs Dictator Nebo Julie Ann

Connemara Connemara Connemarakatie Bacon Connemara Connemara Dales Dales Dales Dartmoor Dartmoor Exmoor Exmoor Fell Fell Fell Fell Fell Highland Highland Highland Highland New Forest Shetland Shetland Welsh A Welsh A Welsh A Welsh B Welsh B Welsh B Welsh B Welsh B Welsh C Welsh C Welsh C Welsh C Welsh D Welsh D Welsh D Welsh D

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Generously sponsored by The Hawkins family and TAAS Ltd

MARKING

PRIZES

Marks will be awarded as follows:JUDGE 1 50 Marks for conformation & breed type JUDGE 2 50 Marks for conformation & breed type JUDGE 3 50 Marks for performance, manners and way of going JUDGE 4 50 Marks for performance, manners and way of going The 2 performance marks will be displayed during the preliminary judging

Prise money for the final Champion £1,000.00 Reserve Champion £500.00 3rd £200 / 4th £100 / 5th £100 / 6th £100 7th £100 / 8th £100 / 9th £100 / 10th £100 The Pauline Barfield Memorial Trophy to the Supreme Champion RIGHT: Rushfield Bailey ridden by Louise Maxwell champion Mountain & Moorland.

Rider

Owner

Sire

Dam

Breeder

Samantha Roberts Eleanor Kivlochan Katie Bacon Susan Tutcher Kerry Humble Richard Telford Richard Telford Jonathan Stevens Paul Starkie Abigail Hamper Katy Marriott-Payne Emma Boardman Isabel Barr Olivia Minns V. Edwards-Sonnex Lucinda Stockley Alex Bates Richard Telford Molly Simpson Bobby Bright Gemma Stanford V. Edwards-Sonnex Thomasin Shepherd Alice Barr Natalie Middlemas Miss S.A. Ward Charlotte Wright Millie Manners Kathleen Scott Samantha Roberts Claire Sheehan Lucinda Craven Mr P.H.N. Hall Vicky Brown Gemma Rees Katie Goulding Katie Chappell Abigail Staff Nicki Oldershaw Lowri Reed

Mr N. Noonan Mrs S. Kivlochan Murphys Oscar Mrs J. Sehne Kerry Humble Mr W.R. Ireland Mr W.R. Ireland Mrs L. Stevens Mr P. Starkie Mrs E. Arnold Mrs E.A. Nicholls Mrs S.A. Rawsthorn Mrs D. Barr Mrs J. Minns V. Edwards-Sonnex Lucinda Stockley Lynette Bates Richard Telford Mrs W. Bridges Mr D. Bright Gemma Stanford V. Edwards-Sonnex Mrs A. Stevens David Hodge Natalie Middlemas Miss S.A. Ward Grianne Ward Sophie Manners Kathleen Scott Lynette Bates Mrs J. Filmer Tamara Heathcote Mr P.H.N. Hall Miss N. Musson Hannah Horler Katie Goulding Ceri Fell Mr & Mrs T. Pitcher Nicki Oldershaw Mrs C.E. Reed

Teglstrup Duke Churchway Daybreak Galloon Wind Of Change Oxenholm Matador Tiercel Topcat Slaypits Black Magic Village Defender Swayfield Ben Wilby Victory Springwater Nightfall Siskin Lime Juice Lunesdale Henry Castle Hill Jerry Underwoods Drummer Murthwaite Bracken Heltondale Bonzo Boy Carlung Ebony Johnsondene Ruairdh Of Mendick Torrin Of Croila Peveril Peter Piper Sapphire Czar Newbarn Piran Blaenan Finlay Tiffwyl Mccoy Friars Golden Glory Barkway Malabou Eyarth Troy Cwrtycadno Cadfridog Douthwaite Signwriter Duntarvie Crusader Talon Thomas Rangeview Revenge Synod Robinson Saltmarsh Red Robin Gwynfaes Culhwch Dearnevalley Flash Jack Craignant Express Blaengwen Brenin

Squares Dodo Atlantic Promise Mr J. Naan Ex Oaklands Silver Orchid Cutlers Lucky Gem Trimdon Black Velvet Kilmannan Black Pearl Castle Hill Perfection Pumphill Belladonna White Willows Myth Blackthorn Posy Cumquintyn Narree If Barinshill Heltondale Princess Iii Waverhead Jewel Murthwaite Rose Bud Townend Candy Emma Of Carlung Holmesdown Cobweb Moss-Side Breagh Tower Lucky Charm Mallards Wood Goddess Threapwood Velina Weewaif Lilac Pwlle Bangle Cui Elenor Thistledown Queen Of Scots Hattongate Heidi Stockham Domino Cottrell Liberty Lemonshill Firecrest Wortley The Duchess Menai Cadi-Fach Popsters Theres Lovely Parvadean Rosina Arddyn Black Beauty Parcmorfa Betsan Flemish Queen Abergavenny Nutmeg Tewgoed Mari

J. Bang-Mikklesen Sue Gillingham

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Mrs W. Warr Mrs S Burt Mr W R Ireland Mr W R Ireland Mrs E Heap Mr A D C Hinde Mrs P Robinson Mrs Webb & Mrs Nicholls Mr & Mrs Dean Mr R Mccaw The Late Mr Crow Mr & Mrs Mcnamara Mr T B Capstick Mrs Crane Mrs S D Wardrop Wendy Bridges Mrs W J Ralston Mr J Hendrie Robert Maton Pam Smith Mrs T K Jones Nynwood Stud Mr Anderson Mrs Andrews Mr & Mrs Davies Mr & Mrs Johns-Powell Mrs Gilchrist-Fisher Mrs T. Heathcote D P & M A Jones Mr J Davies Mrs J M Cooper E Roberts Mrs C Fell Miss K Latcham Mrs N E Oldershaw Nebo Stud * Stallions


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