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Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society Registered Charity No: 1033756

Ellingham Show Schedule 2014 SOMERLEY PARK, ELLINGHAM, RINGWOOD, HAMPSHIRE

Saturday, 9th August 2014

Includes entry forms and details of the LIGHT HORSE CLASSES, LIVESTOCK, DONKEYS, HEAVY HORSES, SCARECROW & FANCY DRESS, DOG SHOW, VINTAGE FARM MACHINERY and FLOWER ARRANGING HORTICULTURAL MARQUEE to include (Cut Flowers/Pot Plants, Vegetables, Fruit, Baking, Domestic Produce, Jams, Wine, Handicraft, Photography, Ceramics & Art Classes) CHILDREN’S COMPETITIONS

General Show Enquiries to Show Secretary: Mrs Linda Turner. Tel: 01425 472090 All Sections available to download from our website www.ellinghamshow.co.uk


SHOW SECRETARIES Please contact the relevant section for further information and send your entry form to: Overall Show Secretary Mrs Linda Turner, 14 Woodstock Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 1DT. Tel 01425 472090 or 01425 476601. Email: linda@ellinghamshow.co.uk Horse Show Secretary Mrs Jean Banks, 1 Penerley Farm Cottages, Lyndhurst Road, Beaulieu, Hampshire. S042 7YP (01590 611349) Email: horses@ellinghamshow.co.uk Heavy Horse Secretary Mrs Amanda Peters, Springmore Farm, Pound Lane, Burley, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 4EF (01425 402149). Email: heavyhorses@ellinghamshow.co.uk Livestock Secretary Mr Chris Snow, Week Farm, Wattons Lane, Matchams, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 2DG (01202 484628) Email: livestock@ellinghamshow.co.uk Donkey Secretary Mr Michael Shutler, 229 Albion Way, Verwood, Dorset. BH31 7LT (01202 814167) Email: donkeys@ellinghamshow.co.uk Vintage Farm Machinery Secretary Mr Charlie Hathaway, 156 Foxcroft Drive, Wimborne, Dorset. BH21 2LA (01202 884188) Email: vintagefarm@ellinghamshow.co.uk Horticultural Marquee Secretary Miss Polly Curtis, 119 Hightown Gardens, Hightown, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 3EQ (0779 356 3119). Email: horticulture@ellilnghamshow.co.uk Flower Arranging Mrs Anne Clark, 17 Plantagenet Crescent, Bearwood, Bournemouth, Dorset. BH11 9PL (01202 575951) Email: horticulture@ellilnghamshow.co.uk Dog Show Secretary Mrs Loraine Hodder, 17 Highfield Avenue, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 1RH (01425 479762) Email: dogshow@ellinghamshow.co.uk Cup Secretary Mrs Rosemary Talmage, Otterwood, 27, St Ives End Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 2PB (01425 470526) Craft Show Secretary Mrs Glynis Marsh. 6 Old Forge Close, Linford Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 1GZ (01425 480659) Email crafts@ellinghamshow.co.uk Membership Secretary Miss Joan Budden, Forest Garth, Gorley Road, Poulner, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 1TJ (01425 478808) email: members@ellinghamshow.co.uk Sponsorship & Advertising Secretary Mrs Carolyn Inge, 9 West Close, Verwood, Dorset BH31 6PS (01202 824196) Email: advertising@ellinghamshow.co.uk Scarecrow & Fancy Dress Mrs Carolyn Inge (as above) Trade Stand Secretary Mr Stephen and Denise Thompson, Bramble Lodge, Hightown Hill, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 3HE (01425 470284) Email: tradestands@ellinghamshow.co.uk

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INDEX General Rules and Conditions of Entry.............................................................................................................4 Light Horse Classes.........................................................................................................................................5 Show Jumping Classes..................................................................................................................................15 Fancy Dress...................................................................................................................................................17 Cattle Classes................................................................................................................................................18 Sheep Classes...............................................................................................................................................21 Entry Forms........................................................................................................................................... 25-28 Vintage Farm Machinery................................................................................................................................29 Donkey Classes.............................................................................................................................................30 Dog Show Classes.........................................................................................................................................35 Gun Dog Scurry.............................................................................................................................................36 Heavy Horse Classes.....................................................................................................................................37 Floral Arrangement Competition.....................................................................................................................39 Horticulture....................................................................................................................................................41 Flower Classes..............................................................................................................................................42 Pot Plants......................................................................................................................................................42 Vegetable & Fruit Classes..............................................................................................................................42 Domestic Produce Classes.............................................................................................................................43 Wine and Drink Classes.................................................................................................................................44 Handicraft Classes.........................................................................................................................................44 Ceramics.......................................................................................................................................................45 Amateur Art...................................................................................................................................................45 Children’s Classes.........................................................................................................................................45 Photography Classes.....................................................................................................................................46 Scarecrow Competition..................................................................................................................................48 Sponsorship & Advertising Form....................................................................................................................49 Membership Information................................................................................................................................50 Membership Application Form.......................................................................................................................51 Showground Directions..................................................................................................................................52

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GENERAL RULES AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO THE LIGHT HORSE SHOW 1. The Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel entry or entries made by any person, if they shall deem it fit to do so, without giving any reason for so doing, and the right to cancel any Class or Classes, refunding any fees paid in respect thereof. 2. No prizes shall be awarded when, in the opinion of the Judges, there is not sufficient merit, and the Judges have the power to divide any prize. 3. No appeal can be made against the decision of the Judges, whose decision shall be final. The Judges have the right to disqualify any Competitor for abuse of whip or spurs, cruelty or discourteousness. 4. Only Officials and Competitors (and their grooms in Showing Classes as required) are allowed in the Judging Rings. 5. Any objections must be made in writing to the Secretary within half an hour of the event finishing, together with the sum of ten pounds - returnable at the discretion of the Committee. 6. No responsibility whatsoever is accepted by the Society, or any of its Officers or Servants, for any accident or loss on the Showground to spectators, competitors, their horses or property. 7. All Cups and Trophies having been won in 2014 must be returned to the Secretary by 1st July 2015. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of any future cups being won. Should a named Cup or Trophy not be available for presentation the Society reserve the right to present another in its place or to withdraw the award. All Cups and Trophies are Perpetual unless otherwise stated. 8. Cancellation of an entry or entries by a competitor, exhibitor or trader after the 1st July 2014 will result in no refunding of any fees paid in respect thereof, with the exception of livestock who must produce a Veterinary Surgeon’s certificate. 9. All dogs must be kept on leads (unless competing in appropriate classes/events). 10. The Society reserves the right to examine through one of the Veterinary Surgeons any animal showing signs of infection or contagious disease. If it is then thought necessary, the owner must remove the animal from the Showground immediately. Owners are advised to have had their animals vaccinated against Equine Flu. 11. Competitors are advised to acquaint themselves with the conditions of entry given for their relevant Classes. 12. Owners will be responsible for any costs for attention by the Veterinary Surgeons or Farriers on the field. 13. No pony or horse, under the age of four, should be entered in the Ridden Classes. 14. Substitutions will only be accepted if accompanied by a Veterinary Certificate. No changing of Classes after the closing date of entries except in exceptional circumstances. 15. In the event of Classes running late we reserve the right to transfer Classes to unoccupied Rings, and use available judges. It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that the classes they enter do not clash. 16. In the unlikely event of the cancellation, postponement or abandonment of the Show by the Executive Committee through circumstances beyond their control, refunds of fees will be made at the discretion of the Executive Committee. 17. Appropriate riding clothes should be worn and hard hats must be worn by anyone riding on the showground. Jumping riders must wear an approved hat, which includes a permanently fitted nondetachable harness secured to the shell at more than two points. Riding hats to be BS.1384 standard. 18. Only one show entry ticket per exhibitor will be given, however extra tickets may be purchased at a lower rate. 19. To the best of our knowledge, all information & rules correct at time of schedule going to print.

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LIGHT HORSE CLASSES IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Times quoted are approximate only; but classes will not start before the time stated. Although every attempt will be made to adhere to these times, it may be necessary to move classes to another ring to keep to those times. It is the competitor’s responsibility to listen to changes as announced and/or check with ring stewards. N.B. You do not need to be a member of any society to enter any of the classes at this show but where ponies are entered into a designated breed class that pony must be registered with that Breed Society.

ENTRY FEES Showing Jumping and Show Classes £6.00 per entry Late Entries £8.00 per entry (CASH ONLY ON DAY) Clear Round £2.00 per entry Fancy Dress £3 & £3 late entry on the day Rosettes To sixth place in all classes (exc championships) rosette to best local and some specials given in certain classes Championship Winners recieve a Sash, Rossette and Trophy.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION SPECIAL PURCHASE SHOW TICKETS With your entry to the light horse show you will receive one complimentary main show ticket per exhibitor. As a special offer you can buy show tickets at a reduced rate of £6 (usual price £10) with your entry to the light horse show. Please add the amount onto the bottom of the entry form, found in the centre of the schedule. On Show Day to be eligible for one complimentary show pass, you must enter two classes at a rate of £8 per class. You can, however, purchase a reduced rate ticket for £7 (usually £10) with your late entries to the Light Horse Show.

CUPS All cups won in 2014 or before must be returned to the Cup Secretary by 1st July 2015. Any cup winner failing to do so who then wins a cup or cups at the 2014 Ellingham Show shall be required to lodge a £10 deposit for each cup won. Each £10 deposited will be forfeited should the cup winner fail to return their cup or cups by 1st July 2015. Please return your cups to: The Cup Secretary, Otterwood, 27 St Ives End Lane, St Ives, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 2PB Tel. 01425 470526 ALL CUPS WON IN 2014 SHALL BE COLLECTED BY THE WINNERS ON THE DAY FROM THE CUP STAND SECRETARY WITHIN THE MEMBERS ENCLOSURE YOU WILL REQUIRE PROOF OF IDENTITY AND PROOF OF WINNING.

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Safety: The organisers of this Show have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the organisers and all the officials and stewards AT ALL TIMES!

SUPREME CHAMPION All champions of the day are invited into Ring 3 to compete for the Supreme Champion THE VISCOUNT SOMERTON SALVER Winner will receive a Sash, rosette and £100 Reserve will receive a Rosette and £50

Class 2: IN-HAND COLOURED Youngstock 1, 2 & 3 Year Olds THE PALOMINO TROPHY to winner Rosette to Highest Placed Yearling Sponsored by moortownstud.co.uk Class 3: RIDDEN COLOURED Open to Stallions, Mares or Geldings. 4 years old and over. Rider any age ROLAINE CUP to winner Sponsored by moortownstud.co.uk

LOCAL CHAMPION OPEN ONLY TO THOSE WHO LIVE WITHIN THE POSTCODES BH24, BH31 & SP6. To be won by combination of horse/pony and rider with most points earned during the day. Points will be awarded: 1st - 10, 2nd - 8, 3rd - 6, 4th - 4, 5th - 2, 6th - 1 Those eligible must give their correct home address on their entry form and have a “Local” card (from Horse Sec) which they must get signed by the Judge or Steward at the time they win the points and they MUST wear a yellow armband during the Class. THE PETERS TROPHY and £50 to winner Generously Sponsored by: New Forest Jumps Please Note: There is no actual show class for the local champion, it works on points won throughout the day, so the more classes you enter, the more likely you are to win! A Local Rosette is also given to the highest placed local in every class. You must wear a yellow armband. We would like to thank all our Sponsors, Stewards and Judges who will be giving so generously of their time at this year’s Equestrian Show. Without their support this Show and their charities would not enjoy the success they do each year. Reserve Judge for all Rings:

Ms N Stephens

RING ONE COLOURED CLASSES

Open to all coloureds, including Skewbalds, Piebalds, Palominos, Roans, Duns, Spots. Starting 9.00am Judge Classes 1 - 3: Mrs H Long Class 1: IN-HAND COLOURED Open to Mares & Geldings 4yrs & over CAMPBELL THOMPSON CUP to winner Sponsored by moortownstud.co.uk

COLOURED CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 1 - 3 FACEY MEMORIAL TROPHY, Sash and Rosette to Champion. Rosette to Reserve. Sponsored by moortownstud.co.uk

REGISTERED ARAB, ANGLO & PART BRED ARAB CLASSES Judge Classes 4 - 6: Mrs H Long Class 4 IN-HAND ARAB, ANGLO OR PART BRED ARAB Open to Mares & Geldings 4yrs & over THE HORSE HEAD TROPHY (4+) Class 5 IN-HAND ARAB, ANGLO OR PART BRED ARAB Youngstock 1, 2 & 3 Year Olds Rosette to highest placed yearling THE HORSE HEAD TROPHY Class 6 RIDDEN ARAB, ANGLO OR PART BRED ARAB Open to Stallions, Mares or Geldings. 4yrs old and over. Rider any age ARAB SHIELD

ARAB, ANGLO, PART BRED CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 4 - 6 TRIANGLE TROPHY, Sash and Rosette to Champion. Rosette to Reserve.

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EX-RACEHORSE CLASSES

RING TWO

(Qualifier) To start not before 12.30pm Open to raced or unraced thoroughbreds with a passport issued by Weatherbys. The winners of these classes will go on to compete in the finals at Romsey Show (For more Information go to www.horse-directory.co.uk/exracers.htm)

RIDDEN CLASSES Start 9.00am Judge Classes 11- 21: Mr W Chatley Class 11: BEST TURNED OUT Open to horses and ponies 4 yrs and over to be ridden. May be led. (The Judge may request an individual show) THE SMART CUP

Judge classes 7 & 8: Mrs H Long

Class 7 EX RACEHORSE IN-HAND (Qualifier) In Hand. Open to raced or unraced thoroughbreds with a passport issued by Weatherbys, horses exceeding 148cm. Riders exceeding 15 years of age. Boots may be worn. NITEWELLS CUP Class 8 EX RACEHORSE RIDDEN (Qualifier) Ridden. Open to raced or unraced thoroughbreds with a passport issued by Weatherbys, horses exceeding 148cm. Riders exceeding 15 years of age. EX RACE HORSE TROPHY

Class 12: LEAD REIN Open to Mares & Geldings 4 years old and over and not exceeding 12.2 hh (128 cms). Riders 10yrs & under on day of Show. THE BELLFIELD TROPHY Class 13: FIRST RIDDEN Mares & Geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 13.2 h.h. (138 cms) To be judged on suitability & manners. Riders 12yrs & under on day of Show. Riders entered In the Lead Rein Class may not enter this class. THE FIRST RIDDEN CUP

Judge Classes 9 - 10: Mrs H Long

Class 14: NOVICE RIDDEN HORSE / PONY Open to Mares & Geldings 4yrs & over. Rider not to have been placed 1st or 2nd in any ridden classes. MARY VINCENT MEMORIAL TROPHY

Class 9 VETERAN IN-HAND For Horses and ponies 17 years & over Please display animals age clearly WHITTLE CUP

Class 15: FAMILY PONY Open to Mares & Geldings 4yrs and over to be ridden. To be judged on suitability for several members of the family to ride. THE FAMILY PONY CUP

Class 10 VETERAN RIDDEN For Horses and ponies 17 years & over Please display animals age clearly THE LATIFA CUP

Class 16: RIDDEN COB / COB TYPE Open to Horse / Pony 4 years old and over. THE HORSE CUP

VETERAN CLASSES

VETERAN CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 9 - 10 HICKMAN TROPHY, Sash and Rosette to Champion. Rosette to Reserve.

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Class 17: RIDDEN NON SHOW TYPE Open to Horse / Pony 4 years old and over. To be judged on manners, performance & presentation. THE PRIESTLEY PEPTEUL CUP

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RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 11 - 17 GLEN HASKER PERPETUAL CUP Sash & Rosette to the Champion. Rosette to Reserve. To start not before 1.30pm Class 18: POTENTIAL RIDING OR DRIVING HORSE OR PONY 1, 2 & 3 Yr Olds Open to horses and ponies of any breed that have potential to be ridden or driven. To be shown in-hand. BLAGDON HAZE CUP Class 19: POTENTIAL RIDING OR DRIVING HORSE OR PONY 4 Yrs & OVER Open to horses and ponies of any breed that have potential to be ridden or driven. To be shown in-hand. The 4 + Cup Class 20: RIDING PONY / HUNTER PONY Ridden Ponies 4 years old and over, not exceeding 14.2hh (148 cm.) SMALL HUNTER CUP Class 21: RIDING HORSE / HUNTER HORSE Ridden Horses 4 years old and over, exceeding 14.2hh (148 cm) THE LARGE RIDING CUP

CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 18 - 21 PORTMAN OWL TROPHY, Sash & Rosette to the Champion. Rosette to Reserve.

RING THREE IN-HAND CLASSES Start 9.00am

Class 23: YOUNG HANDLER (Age 10 to 16 yrs on day of Show) In-hand horses and ponies any age. This is not a show class, but will be judged on the ability of the handler to show their animal. Conformation will not be taken into consideration. THE DOUGHTY ENGINEERING CUP Class 24: BEST CONDITIONED, GRASS KEPT. Open to horses and ponies any age. To be shown in-hand. To be kept at grass all year round. BEST CONDITIONED CUP Class 25: BEST CONDITIONED, KEPT STABLED Open to horses and ponies any age. To be shown in-hand. To be fully or part stabled. THE SPORTS CUP

IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 22 - 25 J.BIDDY CUP, Sash & Rosette to the Champion. Rosette to Reserve.

REGISTERED MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND CLASSES (EXCLUDING NEW FOREST) All ponies in classes 26-31 must be Registered with their respective Breed Society and shown in a correct manner for their breed. Registration number and breed to be given on entry form. Not to start before 11.00am Judge classes 26-31: Mr M Fry Class 26: IN HAND M&M Small Breeds (exc New Forest) Ponies 1, 2 & 3 yr olds (Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B) Rosette to the highest placed yearling THE BUNTING SIMMS TROPHY Class 27: IN HAND M&M Large Breeds (exc New Forest) Ponies 1, 2 & 3 yr olds (Highland, Fell, Dales, Connemara, Welsh C & D) Rosette to the highest placed yearling BROOKSIDE GAY DRAGON CUP Class 28: IN HAND M&M Small Breeds 4yrs and over (exc New Forest) Ponies 4yrs and over (Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B) WENDY CUP

Judge Classes 22- 25 Mr M Fry Class 22: YOUNG HANDLER (Age 4 to 9 yrs on day of Show) In-hand horses and ponies any age. This is not a show class, but will be judged on the ability of the handler to show their animal. Conformation will not be taken into consideration. THE TEDDY BEAR CUP

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Class 29: IN HAND M&M Large Breeds. 4yrs and over (exc New Forest) Ponies 4yrs and over (Highland, Fell, Dales, Connemara, Welsh C & D) ICE BUCKET TROPHY

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Class 30: RIDDEN M&M Small Breeds 4yrs and over (exc New Forest) Ponies 4yrs and over (Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B) THE SHETLAND TROPHY and Rosette best Shetland THE CHAMPAGNE TROPHY Class 31: RIDDEN M&M LARGE BREEDS 4yrs and over (exc New Forest) Ponies 4yrs and over (New Forest, Highland, Fell, Dales, Connemara, Welsh C & D) PATRICK CROSS TROPHY

M&M CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st & 2nd placed from Classes 26 - 31 DUTCH SNACK BAR TROPHY, Sash & Rosette to the Champion. Rosette to Reserve.

RING FOUR REGISTERED NEW FOREST PONY CLASSES

All ponies in classes 32-42 MUST be fully Registered with the NFPB&CS, reg. number to be given on entry form. No Registered New Forest Pony can exceed 148cms. All entries must be shown in a natural state. Start 9.30am Special rosette kindly sponsored by The New Forest Pony Publicity Group to the highest placed Forest Bred placed competitor wearing a WHITE ARMBAND Special rosette to the Highest Placed Young Commoner in each class wearing an ORANGE ARMBAND Special rosette to the highest placed NFPEC member in classes 41 & 42 wearing a GREEN ARMBAND Judge Classes 32-42: Miss D MacNair MBE Class 32: IN HAND NEW FOREST YEARLINGS YEARLING CUP Rosette to highest placed Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 33: IN HAND NEW FOREST 2 Year olds ASHLEY SANDY CUP Rosette to highest placed Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 34: IN HAND NEW FOREST 3 Year olds BUTTERCUP SALVER Rosette to highest placed Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn)

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Class 35: IN-HAND NEW FOREST GELDINGS Open to geldings 4 years old and over DIAMOND JUBILEE SALVER Rosette to highest placed Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 36: IN HAND NEW FOREST MARES Open to Mares 4 years old and over. NETHERBOOK CUP PUCK CUP HIGHEST PLACED BROOD MARE (IN FOAL OR WITH FOAL AT FOOT) Rosette to highest placed Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 37: NEW FOREST FOAL The progeny of a mare entered in Class 36. To be judged within class 36. Entry Fee: ÂŁ3.00 per foal BURTON STARLIGHT CUP Class 38 Not to start before 12:30 Class 38: IN-HAND NEW FOREST STALLIONS Open to stallions 2 years old and over THE HALE FARM THROPHY Rosette to best Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 39: IN-HAND FOREST BRED 1, 2 & 3 Year Olds Open to Colts, Fillies & Geldings (Forest Bred Ponies only) EAGLE CUP to the winner Rosette to best Forest Bred (White armband to be worn) Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 40: IN-HAND FOREST BRED 4Yrs & Over Open to Mares and Geldings 4 years old and over. (Forest Bred Ponies only) HORSE SHOE Rosette to best Forest Bred (White armband to be worn). Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Class 41: RIDDEN NEW FOREST 13.2hh & under Open to stallions, mares and geldings. Ponies 4 years old and over THE NEW FOREST BUCKHOUNDS SHOW CHALLENGE CUP Rosette to best Forest Bred (White armband to be worn). Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Rosette to Highest placed NFPEC (Green armband to be worn)

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Class 42: RIDDEN NEW FOREST 13.2hh & over Open to stallions, mares and geldings. Ponies 4 years old and over WRIGHT TROPHY Rosette to best Forest Bred (White armband to be worn). Rosette to highest placed Young Commoner (Orange armband to be worn) Rosette to Highest placed NFPEC (Green armband to be worn)

FOREST BRED NEW FOREST CHAMPIONSHIP Open to the winners of the Forest Bred rosette winners in each of classes 32 - 42 to compete for the HAWKINS CUP, Sash and Rosette to FB Champion, Rosette to Reserve

OPEN NEW FOREST CHAMPIONSHIP

Class 47: NOVICE WORKING HUNTER - Exceeding 15hh (153 cm) Jumps maximum of 2 ft 9 ins THE PETER PAN CHALLENGE CUP Class 48: OPEN WORKING HUNTER - Exceeding 15hh (153 cm) Jumps maximum of 2 ft 9 ins THE JOURNAL TROPHY

WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP Open to winners (1st & 2nd) of Classes 43-48 MAUFF MEMORIAL CUP, Sash and Rosette to Champion. Rosette to Reserve.

Open to winners (1st & 2nd) of classes 32 - 42 to compete for the HAYCOCK SILVER CUP, Sash and Rosette to Champion. Rosette to Reserve

RING FIVE WORKING HUNTER CLASSES Jumping phase will be over four or more rustic fences. Starting at Approx 9:30 Judge classes 43 - 48: Mrs K Humble Class 43: SHOW HUNTER Open to any Horse / Pony. Class may be divided at 15hh (153cm) if entries warrant. DORSET CUP Class 44: MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND WORKING HUNTER PONY Open to registered M & M Ponies 4 years & over. Jumps maximum of 2 ft. 3 ins Special Rosette to the Highest placed NFPEC (Green armband to be worn) E E KEENE CUP Class 45: NOVICE WORKING HUNTER - Not to exceed 15hh (153 cm). Not to have won a working hunter class. Jumps maximum of 2 ft 3 ins THE CHARMING CHARLES CUP Class 46 not to start before 12.30pm Class 46: OPEN WORKING HUNTER - Not to exceed 15hh (153 cm). Jumps maximum of 2 ft 6 ins THE MAINMORNG CHALLENGE TROPHY

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RING SIX SHOWJUMPING ALL THE JUMPING CLASSES WILL BE JUDGED AS IF UNDER BS RULES Judge For classes 49 - 53: Mrs N Cook Course Builder: Rupert Etheridge CLEAR ROUND JUMPING STARTS 8 a.m. Jumps not to exceed 1ft 6ins initially Entries: £2 per round. Class 49 starting 9.30 a.m. approx Class 49: STARTERS JUMPING Jumps approximately 2 ft Open to Horses and Ponies. Riders not to have been placed at all since 2005. NOVICE CUP Class 50: £25 NOVICE Open to Horses and Ponies who have not won total of £25 since 2007. Jumps approximately 2ft 3ins. THE EATON CUP Class 51: 2ft 6in OPEN Open to Horses and Ponies. THE JUNIOR JUMP CUP to highest placed rider under 17 years of age on Show day COOMBES CUP to the highest placed 14.2hh (148 cms) and under and special rosette. FORDINGBRIDGE SHOW PERPEPTUAL CHALLENGE CUP to winner

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Class 52: 2ft 9in OPEN Open to Horses and Ponies. PATTERSON CUP to highest-placed local competitor see conditions at front of schedule (yellow armband please) PERPEPTUAL CHALLENGE JUNIOR JUMPING CUP to the highest placed under 14.2hh (148 cms) & special rosette. CHEWTON CUP to the highest placed over 14.2hh (148 cms) & special rosette. Class 53: OPEN For all Horses & Ponies. Jumps 3 ft to 3 ft 3 ins. JUBILEE JUMP CUP

FANCY DRESS COMPETITION (With Increased Prize Money) This is a competition for any four-legged animal and their human companions. Entries are judged in the Main Ring at approximately 1.30pm and are always a splendid sight for the spectators. The animal does not have to be a Horse nor does it have to be ridden.

SUPREME CHAMPION All champions of the day are invited into Ring 3 (as soon as all classes have finished) to compete for the Supreme Champion. Supreme will receive THE VISCOUNT SOMERTON SALVER Sash, rosette and £100 Reserve will receive a Rosette and £50.00

Prize monies and rosettes will be presented to all participants. Entry Fee: £3 per group or single entry Prize Money: 1st: £30; 2nd £20; 3rd £15 Runners Up: £5.00 Sponsored by The Coach House Day Nursery Please return the Entry Form by 1st August 2014 to: Mrs. Carolyn Inge, 9 West Close, Verwood, Dorset, BH31 6PS.

DON’T FORGET!!! SPECIAL PURCHASE SHOW TICKETS With your entry to the light horse show you will receive one complimentary main show ticket per exhibitor. As a special offer you can buy show tickets at a reduced rate of £6 (usual price £10) with your entry to the light horse show. Please add the amount onto the bottom of the entry form, found in the centre of the schedule. On Show Day to be eligible for one complimentary show pass, you must enter two classes at a rate of £8 per class. You can, however, purchase a reduced rate ticket for £7 (usually £10) with your late entries to the Light Horse Show.

Note: Any horse/pony entries are asked that they speak to the secretary In the light horse tent prior to 1pm on the day to confirm a meeting point to be taken through to the main ring.

ENTRY FORMS ARE FOUND IN THE CENTRE OF THE SCHEDULE OR YOU CAN FIND THEM ONLINE Please send Light Horse entries to: Mrs Jean Banks,1 Penerley Farm Cottages, Lyndhust Road, Beaulieu, Hampshire, SO42 7YP

Entries that are to be listed in the show programme will close 1st July 2014. However entries are accepted right up to show day, but will NOT be entered into the programme. LATE ENTRIES TAKEN ON SHOW DAY AT A RATE OF £8 PER CLASS.

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DAIRY CATTLE CLASSES

LIVESTOCK SECTION Our grateful thanks go to the Judges, Stewards and all the people who have helped, also to our Sponsors for their kind generosity, to Mr. G. Newman of Dairy and Industrial Services for the supply of the milking maching, and Mr. David Coombes of Cedar Farm Practice for his services on the day as this year’s Vet.

Judge: MR T QUICK The Haskell Perpetual Challenge Cup to the Dairy Champion Class C1

FEMALE UNDER 30 MONTHS OF AGE ON SHOW DAY BUT OVER 12 MONTHS NOT HAVING HAD A CALF This class will be split if entries permit. Hurley Perpetual Cup

Class C2

FEMALE UNDER 12 MONTHS OF AGE ON SHOW DAY Vincent Perpetual Cup for best yearling.

Class C3

FEMALE IN MILK/FEMALE DRY This class will be split if entries permit William Hill Perpetual Cup

Class C4

MATCHING PAIR - ANY AGE

Grand Parade will be at 2.45pm

CATTLE CLASSES REGRETFULLY NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED. Conditions of Entry. Please ensure that you are aware of the current DEFRA Regulations, in particular with regard to Bluetongue, concerning the showing of cattle. 1. The Committee recommends that susceptible animals are vaccinated against Bluetongue. 2. The Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry or entries made by any person if they shall deem it fit to do so and the right to cancel any class or classes, without giving any reason for so doing. 3. Cattle entries will only be accepted from herds which are fully accredited within the Brucellosis Scheme. 4. Cows or heifers calving at the Show, or which have signs of abnormal discharge, must be placed in the isolation pen provided and the Cattle Secretary notified immediately, who will in turn notify the Divisional Veterinary Officer. 5. Exhibitors in Classes 2 and 3 must be prepared to have their Exhibits milked out in the ring if so instructed by the Judge, and in any case prior to the judging of the Supreme Champion Exhibit. 6. A milking machine will be provided for the benefit of the Exhibitors. 7. Please ensure that you are aware of the B.C.M.S. rules connected with the movement of Cattle, and the current DEFRA rules and regulations regarding Bluetongue. 8. No animals to be removed from the Showground before 4pm. 9. All entries must be the bone-fide property of the Exhibitor for at least 3 months prior to the Show. 10. To the best of our knowledge, all information and rules are correct at time of schedule going to print. 11. Prize money will be paid after the Parade. 12. ALL LIVESTOCK MUST BE COVERED BY VALID PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE. Judging commences at 9.30am Cattle Classes: Dairy, Beef & Dexter, Native Breeds Prize Money: 1st £30; 2nd £20; 3rd £10. ENTRY FEE: £5.00 per animal per class (class C1-C16 only). The J. Bradford Memorial Perpetual Cup, Sash of Honour and Supreme Champion Rosette to be awarded to the Supreme Champion of the Cattle Classes Prize Money £40 The Shobley Perpetual Cup and the Reserve Champion Rosette to be awarded to the Reserve Champion of the Cattle Classes. Prize Money £20 THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL AWARD, SPONSORED BY AVON ORGANICS, TO THE OWNER WHO DISPLAYS THE BEST INFORMATION BOARDS ABOUT THEIR BREEDS AND HERD.

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Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from 1st and 2nd placed animals In classes C1 - C3

BEEF OR DUAL PURPOSE CATTLE Judge: MR J GIFFIN The Geary Perpetual Cup to the Beef Champion The Despard Perpetual Cup to the best Dual Purpose Animal. Class C5 FEMALE UNDER 12 MONTHS OF AGE ON SHOW DAY. Class C6 FEMALE OVER 12 MONTHS AND UNDER 36 MONTHS OF AGE ON SHOW DAY Jeffrey Perpetual Cup Class C7 FEMALE WITH CALF AT FOOT NOT ENTERED IN CLASS C6 This class will be split if entries permit. C. Raikes Perpetual Cup. Class C8 BULL ANY AGE This class will be split if entries permit into Junior up to 24 Months and Senior over 24 months on Show Day Class C9 MATCHING PAIR - ANY AGE AND SEX Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from 1st and 2nd placed animals in classes C5 - C10

NATIVE BREEDS Judge: TBA To include British Fresians, Angus, Dexter, and all British Breeds. Judging commences after Beef, Dairy and Dexter classes finish. C10

Femail having calved in last 12 months

C11

Bull Any Age

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DEXTER CATTLE

SHEEP CLASSES

Judge: MR S CREASEY Judging commences 9.30 am.

Conditions of Entry Please ensure that you are aware of the current DEFRA Regulations, concerning the showing of sheep. 1. The Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel entry or entries made by any person if they shall deem it fit to do so and the right to cancel any class or classes without giving any reason for so doing. 2. Sheep to be shown once only except Child Handler class and Groups. 3. All sheep must comply with dipping regulations in force at the time of the Show. 4. Licences must accompany all sheep. 5. There are no facilities for M.V. Accredited Sheep. 6. Small Flock Owners may enter any class except Class 26. 7. Indicate on entry form if you are a Small Flock Owner. Small Flock Owner means up to twelve sheep in total. 8. The highest placed Small Flock Owner in each class to go forward to the Small Flock Owners’ Championship. 9. All handlers/exhibitors to remain with sheep until judging is over. 10. No animals to be removed from the Showground before 4pm. 11. To the best of our knowledge, all information and rules are correct at time of Schedule going to print. 12. All entries must be the bona-fide property of the Exhibitor for at least three months prior to the Show. 13. All livestock must be covered by valid Public Liability Insurance. 14. Prize money will be paid after the parade.

All Dexter Cattle must be fully registered with the Dexter Cattle Society. The Dexter Cattle Society are giving a Breed ‘Spoon’ for the Breed Champion and Special Award Rosette. The Durnstown Cup to be awarded to the Dexter Champion. Class C12 COW OR HEIFER IN MILK Class C13 HEIFER UNDER 24 MONTHS OLD Class C14 DRY COW IN CALF Class C15 BULL ANY AGE Class C16 MATCHING PAIR - ANY AGE ANY SEX Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from 1st and 2nd placed animals in classes C12 - C15

YOUNG HANDLERS Judge: T.B.A. Entry Fee: £1.00 Prize Money: 1st £15; 2nd £10; 3rd £5 To be judged on turnout of animal (child’s own work), turnout of handler, and ability of child to handle the animal. Young children who lead animals must be accompanied by an adult. Class C17 CHILD HANDLER UNDER 13 YEARS OF AGE Nicola Hiscock Perpetual Cup Class C18 YOUNG HANDLER 14-21 YEARS John Green Perpetual Cup

CUPS

Judging Commences at 9.30am Prizes: 1st £15; 2nd £10; 3rd £5. ENTRY FEE: £3.00 per animal per class (Classes S12-S25, S27 only). REGRETFULLY NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED The Kate Morey Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup to the Champion Exhibit from Classes 1 – 4, 6 – 9, 11 – 14, 16 – 19, 21 - 24 Perpetual Tankard given for Portland Champion Perpetual Trophy given to the Shetland Champion Perpetual Trophy given to the Shortwool Champion Perpetual Tankard given to the Longwool Champion Perpetual Trophy given to the Primitive Champion The Upper Kingston Perpetual Challenge Cup to Champion Small Flock Owner Perpetual Cup given for Champion Group of Three. Overall Champion of the Day - Prize £25 & Reserve Champion of the Day - Prize £15

All cup winners from previous years should return their cups/trophies by 1st July 2014. Any cup winner failing to do so who then wins a cup or trophy at the 2014 Ellingham Show shall be required to lodge a £10 deposit for each cup won. Each £10 deposited will be forfeited should the cup winner fail to return their cup by 1st July 2015. Please return your cups to Mr C.J.Snow, Week Farm, Wattons Lane, Matchams, Ringwood, Hants, BH24 2DG Tel. 01202 484628

THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL AWARD, SPONSORED BY AVON ORGANICS, TO THE OWNER WHO HAS THE MOST IMFORMATIVE PEN ABOUT THEIR BREED

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PORTLAND Judge: from Portland Sheep Society Class S1 SHEARLING RAM OR OLDER

Class S12 RAM LAMB Class S13 SHEARLING EWE BORN 2012 OR OLDER EWE TO HAVE BORNE A LAMB IN CURRENT SEASON E.R.A.S. Perpetual Goblet Class S14 EWE LAMB Helen Memorial Perpetual Cup

Class S2 RAM LAMB Class S3 SHEARLING EWE BORN 2012 OR OLDER EWE TO HAVE BORNE A LAMB IN THE CURRENT SEASON Class S4 EWE LAMB

Class S15 GROUP OF THREE, ONE BEING OF THE OPPOSITE SEX TO THE OTHER TWO, SELECTED FROM ANIMALS ENTERED IN THE ABOVE CLASSES Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from classes S11 -S14

Class S5 GROUP OF THREE, ONE BEING OF THE OPPOSITE SEX TO THE OTHER TWO, SELECTED FROM ANIMALS ENTERED IN THE ABOVE CLASSES. Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from classes S1 - S4

SHETLAND Judge: from Shetland Sheep Society

LONGWOOL BREEDS Judge: Mr P Pennington Cotswold, Leicester, Lincoln, Teeswater, Bluefaced Leicester, Galway, Wensleydale, Greyface Dartmoor, Devon & Cornwall Longwool, Scottish Blackface, Romney Marsh. Class S16 SHEARLING RAM OR OLDER Woolley & Wallis Perpetual Tankard

Class S6 SHEARLING RAM OR OLDER Guy’s Nurseries Perpetual Tankard

Class S17 RAM LAMB

Class S7 RAM LAMB

Class S18 SHEARLING EWE BORN 2012 OR OLDER EWE TO HAVE BORNE A LAMB IN THE CURRENT SEASON Forelock Perpetual Cup

Class S8 SHEARLING EWE BORN IN 2012 OR OLDER EWE TO HAVE BORNE A LAMB IN CURRENT SEASON Brian Pierson Perpetual Tankard

Class S19 EWE LAMB E.R.A.S. Perpetual Tankard

Class S9 EWE LAMB Woolley & Wallis Perpetual Tankard

Class S20 GROUP OF THREE, ONE BEING OF THE OPPOSITE SEX TO THE OTHER TWO, SELECTED FROM ANIMALS ENTERED IN THE ABOVE CLASSES. Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from classes S16 - S19

Class S10 GROUP OF THREE, ONE BEING OF THE OPPOSITE SEX TO THE OTHER TWO, SELECTED FROM ANIMALS ENTERED IN THE ABOVE CLASSES

PRIMITIVES

Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from classes S6 - S9

SHORTWOOL BREEDS

Judge: Mr P Pennington Soay, Hebridian, Manx Loghtan, Castlemilk Moorit, Boreray, North Ronaldsay

Judge: Mr T Ward Class S21 SHEARLING RAM OR OLDER Classes may be split between continental or native breed at the judges discretion. Class S22 RAM LAMB Class S11 SHEARLING RAM OR OLDER E.R.A.S. Perpetual Tankard

Class S23 SHEARLING EWE BORN 2012 OR OLDER EWE TO HAVE BORNE A LAMB IN CURRENT SEASON

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FANCY DRESS/SCARECROW CLASSES/VINTAGE MACHINERY

Class S24 EWE LAMB Class S25 GROUP OF THREE, ONE BEING OF THE OPPOSITE SEX TO THE OTHER TWO, SELECTED FROM ANIMALS ENTERED IN THE ABOVE CLASSES

Class No. Fancy Dress / Scarecrow Name

Exhibitor

Age

Entry Fee

Year

Entry Fee

Champion and Reserve Champion to be judged from classes S21 - S24

CHILD HANDLER CLASS Judge: TBA ENTRY FEE: £1.00 Class S26 Y0UNG HANDLER OPEN TO ALL BREEDS AND CHILDREN 16 YEARS AND UNDER (NOT TO HAVE WON A FIRST PRIZE AT ANY SHOW) Children who lead animals must be accompanied by an adult. The Sears Memorial Perpetual Challenge Plate

VINTAGE MACHINERY Class No.

Exhibit

BUTCHER’S LAMBS Judge: TBA Class S27 PAIR OF LAMBS – ANY BREED OR CROSS, SUITABLE FOR TODAY’S MEAT TRADE To be judged in their pens. Untrimmed except for squaring of the tails E.R.A.S. Perpetual Tankard

CUPS All cup winners from previous years should return their cups/trophies by 1st July 2014 Any cup winner failing to do so who then wins a cup or trophy at the 2014 Ellingham Show shall be required to lodge a £10 deposit for each cup won. Each £10 deposited will be forfeited should the cup winner fail to return their cup by 1st July 2015 Please return your cups to Mr C.J.Snow, Week Farm, Wattons Lane, Matchams, Ringwood, Hants, BH24 2DG Tel. 01202 484628

TOTAL

Please enclose SAE for Passes

NAME (BLOCK CAPITALS PLEASE)__________________________________________________ ADDRESS____________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ POSTCODE____________________________ TELEPHONE NUMBER______________________ EMAIL______________________________________________________________________ Please make your cheque payable to:

ELLINGHAM & RINGWOOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY and send it to:

THE SECTION SECRETARY NAMED IN THE FRONT OF THIS SCHEDULE

SIGNED__________________________________________________________________ The signature of the Exhibitor on this Entry Form is acknowledgement that he/she is conversant with the Rules and Conditions contained in the Schedule of Prizes 2014. This Entry Form may be photocopied for extra entries or spare forms are obtainable from the relevant Secretary.

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ELLINGHAM SHOW ENTRY FORM 2014

This form is to be used for Horses & Ponies, Heavy Horses, Donkeys and Livestock

Class No.

Name of Animal

Breed Reg No.

Height (hh)

Age (Horse)

Rider/Handler Name (and age if applicable)

Sex M/F

DOB Offspring (livestock only)

Holding No.

Entry Fee

TOTAL

■ Tick for Small Flock Owner (12 sheep or less)

SIGNED__________________________________________________________________________________ The signature of the Exhibitor on this Entry Form is acknowledgement that he/she is conversant with the Rules and Conditions contained in the Schedule 2014

NAME (BLOCK CAPITAL PLEASE)______________________________ ADDRESS_______________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ POSTCODE______________________________________________ TELEPHONE NUMBER______________________________________ EMAIL_________________________________________________

CLOSING DATES LIVESTOCK & DONKEYS – 1ST JULY 2014 LIGHT HORSES & HEAVY HORSES – 1st JULY 2014, however late entries are accepted (at a higher rate), so please contact relevant secretary, stated at the front of this schedule before entering. LIGHT HORSE ENTRIES ARE ALSO TAKEN ON SHOW DAY (CASH ONLY)

Please make your cheque payable to:

ELLINGHAM & RINGWOOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY and send it to:

THE RELEVANT SECTION SECRETARY NAMED ON PAGE 2 OF THIS SCHEDULE (NOT THE SHOW SECRETARY) CUPS AND TROPHIES Any outstanding Cups and Trophies are to be returned without delay to the relevant Secretary named in the front of this Schedule

This Entry Form may be photocopied for extra entries or spare forms are obtainable from the relevant Secretary or downloaded from the website at www.ellinghamshow.co.uk.

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HANDICRAFT/FLOWER ARRANGING/HORTICULTURAL ENTRY FORM Class No.

Exhibit

Exhibitor

DISPLAY OF VINTAGE FARM MACHINERY

Entry Fee

Judge: Larnie Carter Esq. A Tankard presented by Mrs M. A. Shutler For Best Stationary Engine. A Tankard presented by M. Shutler Esq. For Best Tractor in Class 2. A Tankard presented by B. A. Shutler Esq. For Best Tractor in Class 3. Rosettes in each section from 1st-3rd place will be presented. Every other entry to receive a Rosette.

Entry Fee: £2 per entry. Vintage Farm Machinery Classes 2014:

TOTAL NAME (BLOCK CAPITAL PLEASE)___________________________________________________ ADDRESS____________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

Class 1

Stationary Engines

Class 2

Farm Tractors of Brown, Ferguson, Ford Ferguson and Massey Ferguson.

Class 3

Farm Tractors Any Make

Class 4

Vintage Tractor Ploughs or Implements mounted on Tractors in Classes 2 or 3.

Class 5

A Collection of Agricultural, Rural and Other Bygones.

Class 6

Vintage Fire Appliances.

Class 7

Vintage Vehicles (which must be agreed with the Secretary in advance of the Show)

All vehicles to be on Showground by 8.30am and not to leave before 6pm. No vehicle movement between these times.

POSTCODE____________________________ TELEPHONE NUMBER______________________

Judging to commence at 10.30am. We would be very pleased to have all the Tractors and Stationary Engines running when judged and would request all exhibitors from all classes to be present at 11.00am to receive your Rosettes.

EMAIL______________________________________________________________________

Please fill in entry form and send with your entry fees and SAE to:

___________________________________________________________________________

Please make your cheque payable to:

ELLINGHAM & RINGWOOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY and send it to:

THE SECTION SECRETARY NAMED IN THE FRONT OF THIS SCHEDULE

Charlie Hathaway,Esq. 156 Foxcroft Drive Wimborne Dorset BH21 2LA

SIGNED__________________________________________________________________ The signature of the Exhibitor on this Entry Form is acknowledgement that he/she is conversant with the Rules and Conditions contained in the Schedule of Prizes 2014. This Entry Form may be photocopied for extra entries or spare forms are obtainable from the relevant Secretary.

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DONKEY CLASSES Judge: Mark Kerr Judging to commence 9.45am Six Rosettes per Class Affiliated to the Donkey Breed Society Entry Fee for each class £3.00 Prizes each class – 1st £12 - 2nd £10, 3rd £8, 4th £6 Class 1

Best conditioned and turned out. To be judged 75% condition, 25% turnout, conformation must not be taken into account. A special prize of £3.00 for the highest placed young handler. A Goblet for best young handler, presented by Mrs M A Shutler. Cup for best in class donated by the late John Lester. A Cup for best novice. Sponsor: Mike and Margret Shutler

Class 2

Stallions or Geldings, 4 years old and over. DBS Rosettes for best Gelding and novice. The Happy Valley Leo-Mino Cup presented by Mrs D Stamp. A Cup for best novice. Sponsor to be confirmed.

Class 3

Mares, 4 years old and over, or Mares with own Foal at Foot. 5 years old and over. The Kate Underhill Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup. Presented by John and Daniel Underhill. DBS Rosette for best novice Mare. A special prize of £6 and the RSPCA Perpetual Goblet, donated by the Late Miss K Thorne for the best Mare with Foal at Foot. Sponsor: John and Daniel Underhill.

Class 4

Donkey Foal, 6 weeks old or over. DBS Rosette for best Foal. The Jenny Lester Memorial Challenge Cup, donated by the Late John Lester. Sponsor to be confirmed.

Class 5

Colts, Fillies or Geldings, 2 or 3 years old. DBS Rosettes for best Gelding, best novice and 2 year old. A Cup donated by the Late Captain D Watterson. Cup for best novice donated by the Late John Lester. Sponsor to be confirmed.

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Class 6

Colts, Fillies or Geldings Yearlings. DBS Rosettes for best Gelding and Novice. A Perpetual Rose Bowl, presented by Mrs M Coles. A Cup for best novice. Sponsor to be confirmed.

Mediterranean or Sardinian Miniature Donkeys. Class 7

Stallions or Geldings, 4 years old or over. Sponsor to be confirmed.

Class 8

Mares, 4 years old or over, or Mares, 5 years old and over with own Foal at Foot. A Rosette for the best Foal. Sponsor to be confirmed.

Class 9

Miniature Colts, Fillies or Geldings, 1, 2 or 3 years old. A Rosette for best Yearling and 2 year old. Exhibitors in Classes 7, 8 and 9 can enter in all Donkey classes.

Class 10 Long Reining. Rules and conditions for this class are detailed after the Championship. DBS Rosette for the best placed. A Perpetual Challenge Cup presented by R Yates. A Tankard for the best Novice presented by M Shutler. SPONSOR REQUIRED. Class 11 Veteran Donkey – 20 years old or over. Cup donated by the Late Ted Gouge. SPONSOR REQUIRED. Class 12 Pet Donkey. No restriction of number of donkeys owned. This Class to be judged entirely on the suitability of the Donkey as a family pet and not as a handy Donkey. Conformation shall not in any circumstances to be taken into account. A Cup presented by M Shutler. SPONSOR REQUIRED. Class 13

Local Donkeys Any age or sex. Exhibitors to live within a 15-mile radius of Ellingham Cross. Silver Tankard presented by M Shutler Sponsor: Helen Safe and Peter Butler.

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Class 14 Young Handler. Filly, Mare or Gelding, to be shown and led by a handler who has not attained his or her 16th birthday on the day of the Show. Minimum age 3 years. A DBS Rosette for the best handler, and best young novice handler. A Perpetual Challenge Cup for best handler, 10 years old and over. Presented by Mrs D Lear. A Shield for best handler under 10 years old. Presented by Jayne Simmons. SPONSOR REQUIRED. Class 15

Driving Donkey Class. Open to Private Exercise or Trade Vehicles. DBS Rosettes for open and private driving best exercise novice driving and junior whip. Driving Accolade – when seven or more competitors in a Class, a card will be supplied in show for competitor to claim Special DBS Rosette. A Cup presented by Mrs Margaret Shutler.

Please Note: Classes are open to all donkeys whether owned by a DBS member or not. DBS Rosettes will only be awarded to DBS members.

MINIATURE CHAMPION A Rosette for Donkeys from Classes in 7, 8 and 9 Challenge Cup & £10 RESERVE MINIATURE CHAMPION Fordingbridge Show Society Cup, Rosette & £5 Sponsor Rebecca Goddard

SUPREME CHAMPION The Woodgreen Perpetual Challenge Cup Presented by V and P Woodward A Rosette and £20 SPONSOR REQUIRED RESERVE SUPREME CHAMPION The Forestside Perpetual Challenge Cup A Rosette & £10 Presented by Mike and Margaret Shutler Sponsor REQUIRED Miniature Champion does not qualify for Supreme Championship. Only Adult. Youngstock Champions and Reserves qualify for the Supreme Champion.

DONKEY CHAMPIONSHIP - ADULT CHAMPION For 1st and Second Prize Winners Class 2 and 3 The Crampmoor Perpetual Trophy presented by R and W Andrews A Rosette and £10 Sponsor R and W Andrews RESERVE ADULT CHAMPION Cup presented by Mrs Pat Morrow Sponsor R and W Andrews

YOUNG STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP

NEW FOREST DONKEYS A Cup & £5 presented by Judy Jewell for highest placed Donkey that has been running on the Forest Sponsor: REQUIRED

LONG REINING CLASS All competitors to enter the ring and circle clockwise, changing rein and direction across the diagonal of the ring as directed by the Judge. Once the Judge is satisfied he/she will call competitors into a provisional line up.

For 1st and 2nd Prize Winners from Classes 5 and 6 The North Farm Perpetual Challenge Cup presented by the late Mrs Francis Watts A Rosette and £10 Sponsor Sara Ramsey RESERVE YOUNG STOCK CHAMPION A Cup presented by Judy Jewell. Rosette. Sponsor required

Each competitor will come forward when indicated by the Judge for individual inspection and their individual show.

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The Judge will check safety and fit and fitting of harness. The individual show will consist of: - a 10 metre circle to the right at a trot - a 10 metre circle to the left at a walk (during these movements the handler should follow the donkey’s path)


- a slalom of 5 half circles (4 meter radius) alternate right and left (cones may be used; during this movement the donkey will travel in curves and the handler will travel a straight course - a halt for 10 seconds followed by a 4 pace rein back and a 4 pace walk forward - competitor will then salute the Judge and return to the line up from behind.

DOG AGILITY / DOG SHOW ‘JUST FOR FUN’ COMPETITIONS ENTER YOUR FAMILY PET ON SHOW DAY

The Judge will look for steady course, impulsion and crisp transitions. After each competitor has completed his/her individual show, at the Judge’s indication all competitors should circle the ring in a clockwise direction to be called in for the final placing. Each donkey will wear a bit and bridle (open or blinkered), a driving pad or saddle, and long reins.

DOG AGILITY

Sponsor to be advised To commence at 10.00 am

Each competitor will carry a whip but over-use will be penalised.

Entry Fee: £1.00 per round

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY IN DONKEY CLASSES 1. All male donkeys of one year and over must be dressed in bridle and bit with the leading rein attached to the bit. They must also be in the care of an adult handler and enter the Ring first. 2. No person may deliberately enter or show a donkey under a Judge who is known to be concerned with the breeding or selling or producing of that animal. 3. No nomination entries will be accepted. 4. Once judging has commenced a donkey may not be led or driven from the ring without the permission of the Judge. 5. No entire male donkey is allowed to compete in any Children’s Classes except Driving. 6. Best Local Donkey Rosettes: owner to live within a 15-mile radius of Ellingham Cross. 7. Ridden Classes: Donkeys entered must be 4 years old or over and must have a correctly fitting bridle and saddle. All riders must wear an approved hard hat to conform to the current BSI standards. The following weight/height restrictions shall apply: donkeys up to 10.2h not over 8 stones and 4’0” donkeys 10.2h - 11.0h not over 8 stones and 4’6” donkeys 11.0h - 12.0h not over 9 stones and 5’0” donkeys 12.0h - 14.0h not over 10 stones and 5’6” 8. All prizewinning donkeys must take part in the Grand Parade of Prizewinners. 9. To the best of our knowledge, all information & rules correct at time of schedule going to print. 10. PLEASE SEND YOUR ENTRIES IN EARLY.

Judge: Mrs J Guy Course Builder: Mr B Guy Presentation to Winners at 4.00 pm 1st and 2nd Rosettes for Adults and Under 12’s awarded to the fastest times over the course

DOG SHOW

Sponsored to be advised Judging classes to commence at 12.30 pm Entry Fee: £1.00 per class Judge: Michelle Jones - Animal Welfare Officer for East Dorset 1st Medal and Rosettes for each Class

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

The Most Handsome Pedigree Dog The Most Handsome Heinz 57 Dog The Prettiest Pedigree Dog The Prettiest Heinz 57 Bitch The Most Unusually Marked Dog or Bitch The Dog or Bitch Most Like Its Owner Dog with the Waggiest Tail The Best Looking 3 Pairs of Legs (1 Dog 1 Owner) Veteran (over 10 Years) Under 1 Year of Age (Dog or Bitch) The Most Regal Rescue Dog The Most Ravishing Rescue Bitch ALL DOGS ENTERED AT OWNER’S RISK Mrs Loraine Hodder, 17 Highfield Avenue, Ringwood Hampshire. Telephone 01425 479762 Email glhodder@me.com

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ENTRY ON THE DAY

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GundoG scurry

HEAVY HORSE CLASSES

New for 2014

Main Ring Judge: Mr D Coffen

A Scurry is a timed competition aimed at finding the dog that retrieves a dummy or dummies in the fastest time. Scurries are fun, ‘have-a-go’ events. Anyone can enter. A dog does not even have to be a gundog breed. Our gundog scurry is simple enough for novices to enjoy, but also tricky enough to test the mettle of the very best. Retrieving against the clock

Novice and experienced class

Test your handling skills and the dogs nose in this ‘just for fun’ scurry You can enter as many times are you like. Entry on the day. £1 per Scurry. All the monies raised are donated to charity. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize in each class. 9.30am - 12.00am and 3.45pm - 5.00pm All dogs entered at owners risk. Event arranged by Dan Pass, all enquiries contact 07739 321303.

Please Note: Timings are approximate. £25 appearance money will be paid per inhand horse that enters the ring. All monies must be collected on Show Day after 4pm. NO monies will be payed out after Show Day Class A 8.30am PROMPTLY HEAVY HORSE MARE OR GELDING (Local) Any age. To be shown in hand. The Exhibit must be the property of a person living within a 10 mile radius of Ellingham Cross. Countess of Normanton Challenge Cup Class B 09.00am HEAVY HORSE MARE (Open) BEST FOAL AT FOOT to be judged during Class. To be shown in hand. Butler Perpetual Challenge Cup Class C 9.30am HEAVY HORSE GELDING (Open). To be shown in hand. Lloyds Bank Plc Perpetual Challenge Plaque Class D 10.00am HEAVY HORSE PERCHERON or SUFFOLK (Open). To be shown in hand. Mr. & Mrs. J Mitchell Perpetual Challenge Cup for Best Percheron Mr. & Mrs. J. Beck Perpetual Challenge Cup for Best Suffolk Class E 10.30am HEAVY HORSE FILLY, GELDING OR COLT (Open) 1, 2 and 3 years old. To be shown in hand. Loader Cup

11.am HEAVY HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP Dorset Heavy Horse Centre Cup Sponsored by TBC

NEW FOREST GUNDOG CLUB

Kindly sponsored by New36Forest Gundog Club e: info@newforestgundogclub.co.uk t: 07860 829634

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Floral Arrangement Competition

IN-HAND CHAMPION Highest placed Mare or Gelding 3 years old or over will qualify for the West of England Heavy Horse Championship Sponsored by: Wadworth & Co Ltd, Northgate Brewery, Devizes, Wiltshire Class G 12.30pm PROMPTLY - Main Ring HEAVY HORSE IN SHOW HARNESS (Open) Each qualifying entry will receive £40 This Class will be judged on 50% turnout, 50% Horse(s). Late L. Hext Esq., Perpetual Challenge Cup Sponsored by Mr & Mrs Harris

HARNESS CLASS WINNER The first placed entry will qualify for the West of England Heavy Horse Championship. Sponsored by: Wadworth & Co Ltd, Northgate Brewery, Devizes, Wiltshire ALL ENTRY FEES: No entry fee charged for Class A (Local Class) All other Classes: £6 per Class entry. Late Entries £10 entry PLEASE SEND A COPY OF EACH HORSE EXHIBITED PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE CERTIFICATE WITH YOUR ENTRY FORMS Rosettes to sixth place THERE WILL BE NO GRAND PARADE APPEARANCE MONEY MUST BE COLLECTED AFTER 4.00PM FROM THE SECRETARY’S. NO MONIES will be paid out after show day Conditions of Entry in Heavy Horse Classes 1. All Horses must have up-to-date Public Liability Insurance as at the date of the Show. A Copy of certificate must be included with entry form. 2. All Horses must have up to date Flu and Tetanus Certificates. 3. The Committee is not responsible for any damage or loss of any Animal, Equipment or Person on the showground. 4. The Committee reserve the right to refuse any entry, alter advertised times or cancel any class without giving reason. 5. The Judges decision is final. 6. All exhibitors must be appropriately dressed when in the ring and Horses turned out to a good standard. 7. Pilgrim Veterinary Services will be in attendance and on duty throughout the day. Owners will be responsible for the cost of any treatment by the veterinary surgeons at the Show

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‘TAPESTRY OF COLOURS’ Sponsored by Barrow Bros & Tapper Funeral Service, Ringwood. Judge: Jill Mitchell Class 1

In the Pink A novice exhibit. Space allowed: 60cm x 65cm x height optional

Class 2

How green is my valley An exhibit. Space allowed: 60cm x 65cm x height optional.

Class 3 Class 4

All White on the Night An exhibit. Foliage may be used. Space allowed: 60cm x 65cm x height optional

Class 5

Dynamic Contrasts An exhibit. Space allowed: 60cm x 65cm x height optional

Class 6

Artists’ Palette A petite exhibit. Space allowed: 25cm x 25cm x 25cm height

Class 7

Summer Fruits An exhibit. To be viewed and judged from above. Space allowed: 60cm x 65cm x 30cm height

Class 8

Sunrise/Sunset An exhibit. Space allowed: 80cm x 65cm x 45cm height

Moody Blues An exhibit. Space allowed: 60cm x 65cm x height optional

Rules for Flower Arranging 1. 2. 3.

Measurements given are width x depth x height. Natural plant material to predominate in all exhibits. No artificial plant material allowed. All exhibits must be staged at the show, with the exception of Class 6, which can be brought to the competition complete.

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Exhibits must be staged between 12.30pm and 9.30pm on Friday 8th August 2014. Judging will commence at 8.30am on show day. Prize giving will be at 5pm and no exhibit may be removed before the end of the show. The competition will be judged in accordance with the NAFAS Competitions Manual 2nd Edition 2009 and the decision of the judge is final. All exhibits will be viewed and judged from the front, with the exception of Class 7. All exhibits to be contained within the space specified. All measurements are approximate. Exhibits are to be staged on trestle tables covered in black cloth and no backgrounds are permitted. A novice is a competitor who has not won a 1st prize at the Ellingham Show. The Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any exhibits or for any loss or damage to the property of exhibitors, all such risk being accepted by the exhibitor. One admission pass to the showground will be issued for TWO or more entries. Further admission passes may be purchased at a reduced rate from the Section Secretary on the day before show day when submitting your exhibits

Entry Fee £3 fee payable for any number of entries. Entries closing date: Saturday 2 August 2014 Please forward completed entry form, cheque and a stamped self-addressed envelope for confirmation to the Section Secretary named in the front of this schedule. Cheques to be made payable to the Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society. PRIZE MONEY Classes 1 - 8

1st £10

HORTICULTURE BRAND NEW Classes added! A whole NEW section for Children, Take a look! Horticulture Conditions of Entry 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

No entry fee or Prize Money will be given. You may enter as many classes as you wish, however only one entry per class please. (Accept In the photography classes- see photography rules) In all classes exhibits must be the produce of the Exhibitor’s own garden or the product of his or her own work. All exhibits must be staged between 2.00pm and 9.30pm On Friday 8th August (lighting will be available), or between 6.00am and 8.00am on Saturday 9th August. The Marquee will be cleared for Judging at 8.30am and exhibits cannot be accepted after that time. The exhibits must not be removed until 5.00pm. No vehicles on Showground before 6pm on Show Day. The Society will not be responsible for any loss or damage to any exhibits. ANY EXHIBITS NOT COLLECTED BY 7PM ON SHOW DAY WILL BE DISPOSED OF. Although late entries WILL be accepted, please try and send In your entries by the 4th August. Judges Decision Is Final!

2nd £7 3rd £5 PRIZES:

CUPS Awarded at the discretion of the judge. A trophy for “Best in Show”. A trophy for “Runner Up” to Best in Show. A trophy for “Best Use of Colour”.

Prize Cards will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each Class and In some cases a highly commended card will be awarded. Winners In the Children’s section will also receive a rosette.

N.B. An Engraver will be available on show day for cup winners to engrave their trophies.

ALL EXHIBITORS ARE TO VACATE THE MARQUEE ON SHOW DAY BY 8AM. Vehicles used to drop exhibits off, Must be removed from the showground and returned to the public car parks before 8am. Vehicles are NOT permitted on Showground between 8am & 6pm on Show Day. Please complete the entry form (Found In the centre of the schedule) and return to Miss Polly Curtis 119 Hightown Gardens, Hightown, Ringwood, BH24 3EQ

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FLOWER CLASSES

Dahlias pompon or ball. Three Blooms In one container. No Buds Dahlias Any other kind. Six Blooms only. In one container. No Buds 2 Spikes of Gladiol 6 Asters 9 Marigolds French 5 Marigolds African 5 Sunflowers Dwarf 5 Pansies 1 stem of Fuchsia Annuals, mixed 1 vase (max 9 stems) Perennials, mixed 1 Vase (max 9 stems) Flowering Shrubs, mixed Sweet Peas, maximum of 20 stems. To be displayed In a vase. Both annual and perennial varieties may be Included. A vase of roses (H.T) 3 Different varieties, One bloom of each. A vase of antirrhinums. Mixed or only one variety (max 6 stems) Hydrangeas, a total of 3 heads only

POT PLANT CLASSES 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Individual Cactus or Succulent in Pot (maximum 26cm pot) Fuchsia in Pot (max 16cm�) Fuchsia standard in Pot (max 26cm) Geraniums or Pelargoniums In a flower pot not exceeding 26cm In diameter. Flowering pot Plant, other than classes 25 & 26 (max pot size 26cm) Any Flowering Plant in Pot (Any other 16cm to 26cm) Any Foliage Plant in Pot (max of 26cm) A bonsai Exhibit An orchid

VEGETABLE & FRUIT CLASSES 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

6 Runner Beans 3 Beetroot 3 Carrots 3 Courgettes (up to 21cm) 2 Marrows (matching pair) 3 Unusual Vegetables (labeled) 5 Potatoes, White. 5 Potatoes, Coloured 3 Peppers 5 Tomatoes 9 Tomatoes, small fruited and/or novelty 1 Tomatoes, single stem 2 Cucumber Outdoor

39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

2 Cucumber, Greenhouse 9 Shallots, pickling not to exceed 30mm diameter 5 Shallots, Exhibition 5 Onions, dressed 2 Squashes 6 French Beans 5 Radishes 4 Chillies 4 Sweet Potatoes 3 Any other vegetable not listed above 1 Salad Basket, overall size 61cm arranged for effect Herbs in container arranged for effect (max 6) Collection of Five Vegetables, numbers as shown in single classes To be displayed flat in a space i.e. 90cm wide 77cm deep. Any Novelty Vegetable A dish of soft fruit. A dish of stone fruit. The Largest vegetable The longest runner bean. The most misshapen vegetable or fruit.

DOMESTIC PRODUCE CLASSES No trade names on lids or jars and no wax discs with screw tops All entries to be clearly labeled and dated. Please make sure your entries are covered with cling film. 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

4 eggs 1lb approx Homemade Marmalade- any citrus fresh fruit. 1lb approx Homemade Plum Jam 1lb approx Homemade Apricot Jam 1lb approx Homemade Mixed Fruit Jam 1lb approx Homemade Jam excluding above 12ozs approx Homemade Lemon Curd. Wax disc and cellophane top only. Jar of Homemade Jelly any variety Jar of Homemade Sweet Fruit Chutney Jar of Homemade Piccalilli

CAKE CLASSES 69 70 71 72 73 74 75

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Dorset Apple Cake Lemon Drizzle Cake Date and Walnut Cake (Loaf Tin) Swiss Roll Boiled Fruit Cake 21cm diameter Millionaires Shortbread own recipe Victoria Sponge

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6 Fruit Scones Iced Coffee and walnut Sponge Treacle Tart White Cottage Loaf (2lb) A banana cake (loaf tin) 4 Decorated Cup Cakes Sugar Craft display A decorated celebration cake A novelty decorated cake - any subject - to be judged by décoration only. Any cake of your choice (MEN ONLY)

WINE AND DRINK CLASSES 86 87

CERAMICS 113 114 115

AMATEUR ART 116 117 118 119 120

1 Bottle of Home made wine (e.g wine, cordial, liquer) 1 bottle of non-alcoholic fruit drink

A Decorated box - any medium A Greetings Card - Any medium A decorated flower pot A decorated kitchen untensil A useful Item ( Carved Wood or Wood Turning). A Hand carved animal or animals A Hand Carved Bowl A handmade piece of jewellery - own design please (any medium) A set of handmade jewellery - own design please (any medium) A decorated hanging heart - any medium. A decorated stiletto A strip of bunting any medium (max length 2 metres) A piece of applique work (finished or un-finished) A Hand Made cushion - Finished size up to 40cm x 40cm (cover only) Item Knitted for Baby A knitted decorated beanie hat A knitted pair of mittens or gloves A knitted coat for your pet. A handmade knitted garment for a lady or gentleman A decorated pin cushion any medium. An embroidered picture (framed) up to 40cm x 40cm A Cross stitch picture (framed) up to 40cm x 40cm A needle felted animal or bird. A handmade piece of clothing A Fascinator or hatinator

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Oil Painting, framed or unframed size up to 77cm. Acrylic Painting Framed or Unframed, size up to 77cm Unframed mounted Watercolour, framed or unframed size up to 77cm Mixed media painting unframed or framed, size up to 77cm Pencil Drawing, framed or unframed – Any subject .size up to 77cm.

CHILDREN’S CLASSES (For children under 13yrs on show day) Class may be split on age depending on entries PLEASE STATE AGE ON ENTRY CARD

HANDICRAFT CLASSES 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112

A functional item (hand built) A decorative non functional item (wheel thrown) A decorative non functional item (hand built)

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C23 C24

4 Decorated Cup Cakes 4 Chocolate Brownies A Decorated Gingerbread biscuit. Decorated Pebble or stone (up to 6 years) An animal or bird made from Fruit and or Vegetables. Vehicle made from Fruit and or Vegetable. A piece of Jewellery made from Buttons and/or Beads. Handmade Card. (decorated to your own choice) A flower arrangement In an unusual container A Collage using Pasta and Beans, and unusual items found in a store cupboard/larder. A Painting, Drawing or Poster of the beach – Not Exceeding 39cm x 60cm A Painting or Drawing of People and/or Animals of the New Forest – not exceeding 33cm x 46cm An A4 picture of any design using a computer (printed onto a4 paper or card) A Musical Instrument made from Items in the home. An animal or human made from clay or placticine - any size. A Handmade crown or tiara decorated as you wish. A hand puppet of any design. A finger puppet of any design. A miniature garden In a biscuit tin. A decorated mobile phone case. Any phone make & model case can be used. Mr potato Head. Decorated tea light holder Scarf for a teddy bear (crochet or knitted) To be displayed on bear. Decorated T-shirt. A papier- Mache Item.

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PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES Rules and Information 1. No More than 2 entries per class 2. Entry form to state a title per image written on back. 3. No glass mounted picture frames or frames. 4. Entries close 4th August (however late entries can be taken on friday evening/ show day morning on request). 5. Images to be presented at Marquee NO LATER than 8am on Showday and Up to 9.30pm on Friday 8th August. 6. Maximum print size including mount 26cm x 21cm or A4 7. Prints to be collected by 7PM, Any not claimed will be disposed of. 9. Prize cards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. 10. A special award will be awarded for the highest number of points In the whole photography section. (See Special Awards section) P1 P2 P3  P4  P5  P6  P7 P8  P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 

Architecture- Photographing of buildings and similar structures that are both aesthetically pleasing and accurate representations of their subjects Wildlife - Anything in the natural world living free, includes marine, algae and fungi subjects) Landscape, Seascape, Urban Landscape - Anything showing space within the world, may include urban settings, industrial areas etc Aspects of the New Forest – For example, people, forestry, commoning, the animals and views. Composite - A made up picture using more than one photographic image. (The photographer must have the copyright of all elements in the composite) Macro/Close up - Extreme close-up photography, usually in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size. Portraits - The focus of the photograph is usually the subject’s face, although the entire body and the background or context may be included. Still Life - The depiction of inanimate subject matter) Gardens & Flowers - Any garden-related subject, show us what is special about a particular garden. Action - featuring the subject in motion or action. Transport - Anything to do with any type of transport My Favourite Image Large Print - own choice (max 20inches x 16inches including mount)

CHILDREN’S CLASSES P14 My Pet - Any pet large or small P15 My favorite place - This can be any place that you have ever been. P16 Party Time - A photo of a party situation - could be a birthday, Halloween, christmas etc. P17 Friends - A photo capturing your friends or other friends together.

SPECIAL AWARDS A trophy/cup/Award will be awarded to the exhibitor gaining the highest number of points In each section. In some cases an award will also be given to the exhibitor being the runner up In each class section. Points are as follows 2nd- 2 points

1st- 3points

3rd- 1 point

Flowers & Pot Plants classes 1-25 WINNER - The Morey Cup RUNNER UP - The Vi Smith Cup Vegetables & Fruit Classes 26-58 WINNER - The Loader Cup RUNNER UP - The Deerholt Cup Flowers, Pot Plants, Vegetables & Fruit Classes 1-58 WINNER - The Downer Cup The best preserve In classes 60-68 WINNER - The Doris Joy Trophy Domestic Produce classes 59-85 WINNER - The Crutcher Cup RUNNER UP - The Pilbrow Trophy Wine & Drinks classes 86-87 WINNER - The Wine Cooler Trophy Handicraft classes 88-112 WINNER - The Silver Salver RUNNER UP - The Randall Trophy Ceramics classes 113-115 WINNER - An award Photography classes P1 - P13 WINNER - An award RUNNER UP - An award The Nurseries Cup will be awarded to the best exhibit in the Trades exhibit class. ENTRIES CLOSE 4TH AUGUST (Although late entries will be accepted prior to 8am on Showday) ENTRY FORMS ARE FOUND IN THE CENTRE OF THE SCHEDULE

PRIZES: Prize Cards will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each Class and In some cases a highly commended card will be awarded.

Please forward completed entry forms to: Miss Polly-Anna Curtis. 119 Hightown Gardens, Ringwood, Hants, BH24 3EQ

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SCARECROW COMPETITION Judge TBC Sponsor TBC Entries for this competition will be judged at approximately 11.00am. It would be appreciated if scarecrows could be left on display until after the Grand Parade at approximately 3.30pm. Rules and Guidelines

Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society Sponsorship/Advertising As a Society we are always very grateful to our Sponsors and Advertisers for their generous support at the Show, without which it would not be able to operate.

Have you ever considered becoming a sponsor?

It really does not cost as much as you think – for as little as £10.00 you could sponsor one of the smaller classes and as with all sponsorship, every little helps.

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Scarecrow must look “Scarecrowish”

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There are no individual classes this year.

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FREE to enter – no free passes will be issued

Why not complete and post form to the Sponsorship/Advertising Secretary (details at the bottom of the page) - we really would be very grateful.

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Scarecrows must be brought to the Showground between 6pm and 8.30pm on Friday 9th August where they will be stored under cover overnight and sited by the Scarecrow Secretary on showday ready for judging.

Name..............................................................................................................................................

Prizes: • First Prize will receive £10.00 and will be awarded The Perpetual Challenge Scarecrow Cup for Best in Show (to be presented in the Main Ring following the Grand Parade). •

Company Name (if appropriate)....................................................................................................... Address...........................................................................................................................................

All entrants will receive a prize and rosette

Complete an entry form on Page 27 and sent it to: Mrs Carolyn Inge, 9 West Close, Verwood, Dorset BH31 6PS (01202 824196)

Telephone Number.......................................................................................................................... Email address.................................................................................................................................. I would be interested in sponsorship (please tick)

SAFETY: The organisers of this Show have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the organisers and all the officials and stewards at all times.

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Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society

Membership Application Form

Visit the Membership Secretary Joan Budden

Fees fall due on 1st January each year and closes on 1st July. Membership entitles admission to the Annual Show and access to the Members’ Enclosure and the facilities it provides.

or her Assistant at the entrance to the Members’ Enclosure where they will be happy to discuss Membership with you. ENROL TODAY AND ENJOY THE MEMBERSHIP FACILITIES ● Advance passes to the show and members car parking facilities

I/We wish to apply for membership of Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society and enclose my/our cheque being the subscription. I/We confirm that I/We have no objection to my/our name(s), address and telephone number being kept on a database.

Membership Fees

● Access to the Members Enclosure which overlooks the Main Ring and enjoy the bar and luncheon facilities Subscriptions fall due on 1st January & close on 1st July each year

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