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Training RoR Show as part of Newmarket Open Weekend 2024 at The National Horse Racing Museum

21st September, 2024

RoR Showing Show as part of Newmarket Open Weekend

Saturday 21st September 2023

Tattersalls Amateur Ridden Show Series and Open In Hand Qualifier classes , as well as a Novice Ridden Retrained Thoroughbred Racehorse class, all held at The National Horse Racing Museum hosted by RoR South East Region on Saturday 21st September 2024 as part of the Newmarket Open Weekend

For Both RoR qualifying classes you must provide your Horses RoR Registration number when entering!

Both the Amateur Ridden and Open In Hand Showing Series are qualifiers for the RoR Qualifying classes. The Amateur Ridden is for RoR Amateur Final in 2025 and the In Hand is for RoR Championship show at Aintree 2025.

Judges - Mr Terry Chalmers & Mrs Di Haine

Please note times are subject to change, as at present they're provisional times.

Class 1 – BSHA Rising Star Series – Racehorse to Show Horse – London International Show Qualifier

Time – 9am

Judge – Mr Terry Chalmers

Rising Star Racehorse to Show Horse: Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over,

exceeding 148cm. Open to thoroughbred horses or Arab horses retired from race training.

The highest unqualified horse placed in the top 5 will qualify for the LIHS

BSHA Rising Star Racehorse to Show Horse Supreme Final at the LIHS in December. This class is open to competitors who work within the racing industry.

In addition, the two highest unqualified placed horses will qualify for the Rising Star

Associate finals at the BSHA National Championships Show in September.

No Rider or Owner who falls within the following criteria may compete on or enter

an animal in Rising Star classes IF THEY:

• Receive financial remuneration or other rewards, produces(ed), teaches, rides or

schools SHOW riders or horses or ponies for the SHOW ring. These rules relate solely to SHOWING, those involved in other equestrian disciplines remain eligible, including equestrian retailers, riding school and livery owners or employed staff, those who break and school for other disciplines, unless remuneration is received for professional training or riding services at an affiliated equine level (BD, BS, BE).

• No rider may qualify more than one animal in each section.

• Appear on any showing judges panel for affiliated show organisations, or

societies.

• Are a Professionally Produced Amateur (horse stabled in livery with a Showing Professional).

• Appear on any social media sites, any electronic sites or publications as a

promotional ‘Brand Ambassador’ for a company, or receive benefits whether monetary or ‘gifted’.

• Have previously been CHAMPION in any LIHS BSHA Rising Star Supreme Finals at the London ExCel.

OPEN TO:

• Horses which have never been placed in the top 9 in any class at Horse of the Year Show Finals (not including SFAS or SEIB R2R Final).

• Riders not to have competed in any classes at Horse of the Year Show in the two previous seasons (2022 & 2023) (not including SFAS or SEIB R2R Final).

• Riders not to have been placed in the top 9 in any classes at Horse of the Year Show Finals in the current season (2024).

• Horses which have not been placed in the top 5 in any OPEN class at the Royal International Horse show (this excludes the current season)

Warm up for Class 2 will start immediately after the end of this class, likely between 10.30 – 11am (or if the class finishes sooner)

Class 2 – Tattersalls RoR AMATEUR Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2024

Time – 11am

Judge – Mr Terry Chalmers & Mrs Di Haine

Open to all RoR and NR competition registered horses, 4yrs and over, mares and geldings, owned, produced and ridden by an Amateur. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January of the calendar year holding the classes. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, Pelham or simple double bridle with a plain cavesson noseband. Horses should be plaited.

The Series is open to AMATEUR riders only – those employed in racing will be allowed to compete. Class will be judged under ‘riding horse’ format without ‘type’ being taken into consideration. Racing injuries and blemishes ARE IGNORED in this series. The Judge will not ride at the qualifiers but will ride in the Final. Competitors/handlers/grooms must wear a safety/kite mark hard hat with a chinstrap. The first three go forward to the final at the Hickstead Derby Meeting, June 2025. RoR rosettes 1st – 4th and a RoR branded prize to the winner to be redeemed from the RoR Office. The winner also qualifies for the Tattersalls RoR Amateur Ridden Show Series Special at the Jockey Club RoR National Championships at Aintree in August 2025. A branded prize will be presented to the highest placed Veteran horse (15+) and qualification to the RoR Ridden Veteran Final also at Aintree in August 2025. Prize to be redeemed from the RoR Office.

Amateur definition:

The rules are as in the rulebook with the following addition that an amateur may not show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm. In addition, a person classed as amateur must not be supported by a company in any way or act as brand ambassador whether financially or in-kind. An amateur is a person who for the purpose of RoR classes does not/has not during the current season or previous season:

Engage(d) in breeding, livery, buying or selling, dealing or hiring horses in a commercial capacity. Horses must not have been stabled at or reside in a Professional Producer's/Trainer's yard from January 1st 2023. Riders must not have ridden any animals produced by a Professional/Trainer in the current or previous season. Horses and riders must not receive any help from a Professional Producer/Trainer at a SHOW in the current season. A rider who has ridden for a Professional/Producer Trainer in the current or previous season must not have ridden horses at a show. Any breaches of this ruling will be taken seriously and will result in disqualification from future classes.

Warm up for this class will be during the judges lunch break, once class 2 finishes, until it resumes for class, approx.. 12.30 – 1.30pm

Class 3 - Unaffiliated Novice Ridden Retrained Thoroughbred Racehorse

Time - 1.30pm

Judge – Mr Terry Chalmers & Mrs Di Haine

Should be used as an intro to showing so is ppen to all thoroughbreds, 3 years old and older, has to have been in training but can have raced in GB, Ireland, France, Germany, Europe and Rest of World. Not to have won or come second in a ridden RoR Qualifier Class before

Riders must be 15 years and older

Horses do not need to be shod but must be plaited and correctly turned out for showing. Snaffle encouraged, but pelham or double bridle are acceptable.

Does not need to be RoR competition registered but does need to be registered with the RoR (free membership)

Judge will not ride, individual short show required. Will strip for conformation.

Class 4 - Tattersalls RoR OPEN In Hand Show Series Qualifier 2024

Time – 3pm

Judge – Mr Terry Chalmers & Mrs Di Haine

Open to all RoR and NR competition registered horses, 3yrs and over, fillies, mares and geldings.

Horses do not need to be shod to compete in the RoR Open In-Hand class. Horses can be shown in a Bitless/In Hand Bridle.

Blemishes caused through racing will be ignored.

All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be bound by the Retraining of Racehorses Rules and Regulations from time to time in force.

Handlers/grooms must wear a safety/kite mark hard hat with a chinstrap.

The first three go forward to the final at The Jockey Club RoR National Championships at Aintree, August 2025

Rosettes 1st – 4th

Prizes - 1st £30, 2nd £20, 3rd £10.

Date
21st September, 2024
Starts
09:00am
Contact
Sophie Pettit
Email
east@ror.org.uk
Website
horsemonkey.com/equestrian_event/62360

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