ENTRIES FOR 2023 ARE NOW CLOSED
To download a paper application form CLICK HERE
To download a copy of the 2023 Horse Schedule CLICK HERE
NEW FOR 2023
Every section (excluding Retrained Racehorses & Veteran Horses) will have a Championship,
where Champion & Reserve Champion rosettes will be awarded.
New Classes being introduced this year include Show Hunter Pony & Performance Pony
Certain classes of entry are restricted to a 10 mile radius of the Showground, to download the map see the page relating to those classes
Certificates of entry may be downloaded above or obtained from the Show Manager, PO Box 220, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 9EN and must be correctly filled in and returned.
All entries close at 12 noon on Monday 19 June 2023
Each Competitor will receive e-tickets as follows:
1 exhibit - 1 ticket
2 exhibits - 2 tickets
3 or more individual exhibits - 3 tickets
Additional Admission Tickets may be obtained at a reduced pre-paid price of 10.00 each, please order these when booking your entries online.
NOTE: Multiple/Separate entries per Competitor, even on separate forms, does not entitle the Competitor to more than one ticket allocation.
All riders must wear protective headgear, according to the current British Safety Standards.
The Totnes Show Society recommends the wearing of protective headgear when leading any horse or pony on the showground and when in the collecting rings.
Equine Influenza (EI) vaccination is a compulsory requirement for all horses attending the Totnes and District Show. The requirement for the first
3 vaccinations are as follows: The first 2 vaccinations 21 – 92 days apart (but ideally between 4-6 weeks apart), a 3rd booster within 7 months of the 2nd.
Annual boosters must be given within 365 days thereafter, but six monthly boosters are recommended. No horse should enter a competition within
7 days of an EI vaccine. Foals should start vaccination from 5 months of age. Vaccination against tetanus is strongly recommended for all equines.
No horse should enter the show ground if showing any sugbs if infection or disease. We ask all owners to adhere to strict biosecurity protocols at all times:
horses will be infectious with certain diseases before they show symptoms.
PLEASE NOTE THAT NEITHER VACCINATION CERTIFICATES NOR PASSPORTS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE SHOW OFFICE PRIOR TO THE EVENT.
HOWEVER, RANDOM CHECKS WILL BE CARRIED OUT ON THE SHOWGROUND DURING THE SHOW
H1 The Carl Throgmorton Challenge Cup for the Supreme Champion Light Horse in the Show.
Champions and Reserve Champions for each Light Horse Section are eligible
MH1 The Wakeham Family have kindly donated a prize of £50 in memory of the late Mr. Peter Wakeham
to be awarded to the Supreme Champion Light Horse
The Supreme Champion will be judged by Teresa Scholfield, Topsham, Exeter
IMPORTANT NOTICE RE CUP COLLECTION: Exhibitors please note that the Committee has agreed that The Carl Throgmorton Challenge Cup will be presented in the Main Ring at the time of the Grand Parade, (the remaining cups to be collected from the Secretary's tent and signed for by the winners before they leave the Show Ground)
Official Farrier: Tom Phillips, Trojan Farriery