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Entry Fee: £6.00
Grass Roots Qualifier - The aim of the British Heavy Horse Grassroots Championship is to encourage the more novice or inexperienced exhibitor into the competitive world of showing. To qualify, neither the exhibitor nor the horse should be entered into any Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes for the 2019 show season.
The highest placed novice competitor will qualify for the British Heavy Horse Grassroots Championship. This event will be held as part of the Rare Breed Show at Arena UK on 5th October 2019. This competition is for purebred horses that are registered in the main British stud books of the Shire, Clydesdale or Suffolk Horse Societies. Part bred animals are not eligible to qualify for the championship.
Competitors must be members of either the Shire Horse Society, The Clydesdale Horse Society or The Suffolk Horse Society. For the avoidance of doubt, as the Percherons are not listed as British Native Rare Breed with the RBST, they are not eligible to join this show/qualification, with the exemption of the British Ridden Heavy Horse class.
Stallions are not permitted in the British Heavy Horse Grassroots Championship.
A £25 appearance fee will be awarded to each horse brought forward in this Section
The appearance fee and prize money will be paid in cash on the day and will be forfeit if the horse is not present in the Grand Parade
Class 249 and 250: Prize money: 1st - £30; 2nd - £20; 3rd - £10
Rosettes: will be awarded to 6th place
R & D Machinery and Southern Timber have kindly sponsored the Heavy Horse Section
Redpost Equestrian have kindly sponsored vouchers as prizes for Class 251 - 1st - £30; 2nd - £20; 3rd - £10
Championship to be held for 1st and 2nd prize winners from classes 249 and 250
Stubbins Rosettes have kindly sponsored the rosettes and sashes for the Heavy Horse Section
The Champion Heavy Horse will be awarded the Best Agricultural Horse in Show Perpetual Cup along with the Champion Sash and Rosette. Eligible horses are 1st and 2nd prize winners from classes 249 and 250
Highest place Shire from classes 249 and 250 will be awarded the Best Shire Horse in Show Perpetual Silver Plate
A special rosette and a prize of £10 will be awarded to the best yearling in Class 249
A special rosette and a prize of £10 will be awarded to the best foal out of a mare shown in Class 250
A special rosette will be awarded to the best turned out
A Champion rosette will be awarded to the highest placed ridden Heavy Horse