Wagin Gymkhanarama 2019

Wagin Showgrounds

21/09/2019
22/09/2019
01/08/2019
Closed

Wagin Gymkhanarama

This event is a Wagin Agricultural Society Affiliated event. No longer a Pony Club event. Riders are no longer required to have Pony Club membership to compete but we strongly recomend that rider have their own insurance in case of injury.

Date of event: 21st and 22nd September 2019

Entries open: early August 2019

Mounted games entries are not available on this entry please enter via the Mounted Games Event 2019.

https://www.wagingymkhanarama.com.au/

Camping (whole weekend per car/float) $15.00

Ground fee (per horse) $15.00

Helper bond $20.00

Limited yards available by request

Toilet & Shower facilities available

 Canteen at the Rec Centre Kitchen daily for breakfast and lunch, a great variety of food available to suit every food preference. Breakfast to be pre booked and paid for with entries.

NO dogs permitted unless competing in the Mutt Mudder event on Saturday dogs must be on lead at all times.

Contact details:

Sue Dowson: waginponyclub@gmail.com 

All Riders to present to the event office alongside the main oval prior to mounting up, you will not be allowed to compete unless you have been marked off in the office. Riders will be able to collect their rider bag full of sponsor goodies when they sign in.

Show jumping: Saturday and Sunday

Judge - Anne Avery

Course Designer - Kim Lindsay

 

Classes in Pony Club/Junior Rider & Open Rider

Rider permitted 2 horses only- Maximum of 3 classes per horse per day.

The six bar event is classed as a novelty class therefore riders can compete this class alongside their maximum of 3 classes per horse per day.

$8.00 a round

 

Dressage: Saturday and Sunday 

English, Western and Para tests available

Dressage Judge - Wanda Bird

Classes in Pony Club/Junior Rider & Open Rider

Maximum of 3 tests over 2 consecutive levels permitted per rider/horse combination per day

$15.00 a test

Western dressage Intro level test A and D and Basic level test A and D Maximum of 3 tests $15.00 per test  Please call 0424 704 812 if more information  is required.

Dress code for Show jumping & Dressage 

-       Dress code: All pony club riders to wear their Pony club uniform. Junior Riders & Open riders are to be in hacking jackets, stock/tie and regulation helmet and boots, for dressage and show jumping. Western Dressage riders can ride in their Western /stock saddles and outfits but must wear approved helnets as below. Mounted games dress code regulations includes boots, approved helmet 3838 or equivalent, collared shirt, beige/black/navy riding jodhpurs/pants. Multi coloured jodhpurs/pants are not permitted.

Event Information & Conditions:

PONY CLUB SHEILD HIGH POINTS

-       Points for pony club shield; Points will be tallied over the weekend and scored as 3 points 1st, 2 points 2nd and 1 point 3rd. The pony club with the highest amount of points will be the winner of the Pony Club Shield.

DRESSAGE CHAMPIONSIP POINTS

-       Dressage Championship points: a rider may compete for champion points, to be eligible they must ride both elements of a level (i.e Novice 2.2 & 2.3) Although you will not be eligible for championship points if you ride a level under your nominated championship level. The highest points tallied over the 2 classes will be the winner. In the case of a tie then the count of points before percentages will deem the winner.

-       A rider/horse combination in dressage may compete 3 tests over 2 levels

-       A rider may only ride a maximum of 2 horses over the 2 days

OFF THE TRACK COMPETITION

  OTT horses will need to address the appropriate criteria to be eligible for prizes for highest points Thoroughbred and highest points Standardbred. Points will be tallied over the 2 days and added up for Champion all round Thoroughbred and Champion all round Standard Bred. Horses must be entered through the nominate entry system as OTT horses and all required information must be completed to be eligible to compete.

  1. Horses race name to be provided at the entry stage
  2. Horses Competition name to be provided
  3. if race name is not available then micro chip number and/ or brands supplied

ARABIAN PUREBRED & ARABIAN BRED PERFORMANCE HIGH POINT COMPETITION

 Arabian horses will need to address the appropriate criteria to be eligible for prizes for highest points Pure bred Arabian and highest points Arabian Bred. Points will be tallied over the 2 days and added up for Champion all round Purebred Arabian and Champion  all round Arabian Bred. Horses must be entered through the nominate entry system as Arabian horses and all required information must be completed to be eligible to compete.

  1. Either Arabian or Arabian Bred
  2. AHSA registration number
  3. Birth registration numbers accepted (if owner is currently not a financial member of AHSA)

 

HACKING PROGRAM SUNDAY

Wagin Gymkhanarama Unofficial Hack Day, Western Pleasure and Encouragement Walk trot

RING 1 - 9am start Judge: Mel Steele

Encouragement Ring WALK TROT – All Champions are eligible for Supreme in this ring
1. Best presented leading rein
2. Leading rein rider under 6 years
3. Leading rein rider 7 to 10 years
4. Leading rein rider 11 to 14 years
5. Leading rein rider 14 to 17 years
6. Leading rein rider 18 years plus
Champion & Reserve Leading Rein Rider
7. Leading rein pony 12.2hh and under

8. Leading rein pony over 12.2hh up to and including 13.2hh

9. Leading rein pony over 13.2 up to and including 14hh

10.Leading rein pony over 14hh

11.Leading rein pleasure pony

12.Leading rein happiest pony/rider Combination

Champion & Reserve Leading Rein pony/horse
13.W/T Rider under 10 years
14.W/T Rider 11 to 14 years
15.W/T Rider 15 to 17 years
16.W/T Rider 18 to 30 years
17.W/T Rider over 31 years
Champion & Reserve Rider
18.Best presented Walk/Trot Plaited

19.Best presented W/T unplaited

20.W/T Pony under 12.2hh

21.W/T Pony over 12.2hh up to & including 13.0hh

22.W/T Pony over 13.0hh up to & including 13.2hh

23.W/T Pony over 13.2hh up to & including 14hh

24.W/T Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh

25.W/T Hack over 15hh up to & including 16hh

26.W/T Hack over 16hh

27.W/T Pleasure pony up to 12.2hh

28.W/T Pleasure pony over 12.2hh up to & including 14hh

29.W/T Pleasure Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh

30.W/T Pleasure Hack over 15hh

31.W/T Happiest Pony/Rider combination under 14hh

32.W/T Happiest Horse/Rider combination over 14hh

33.W/T Best Black/Bay/Brown34.W/T Chestnut/Roan

35.W/T Grey or any other colour(you can only enter 1 colour class)
Champion & Reserve W/T pony/horse Supreme Encouragement Exhibit (judged from above Champions only)

RING 2 - 9am start Judge: Janet Innes

Unofficial Hack Ring WALK TROT CANTER – All Champions are eligible for Supreme in this ring
1. Rider under 10 years
2. Rider 11 to 14 years
3. Rider 15 to 17 years
4. Rider 18 to 30 years
5. Rider over 31 years
Champion & Reserve Rider
6. Best presented WTC Plaited
7. Best presented WTC Unplaited
8. WTC Pony under 12.2hh
9. WTC Pony over 12.2hh up to & including 13.0hh
10. WTC Pony over 13.0hh up to & including 13.2hh
11. WTC Pony over 13.2hh up to & including 14hh
12. WTC Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh
13. WTC Hack over 15hh up to & including 16hh
14. WTC Hack over 16hh
15. Off the Track Thoroughbred (prizes from OTT)
16. Off the Track Standardbred (prizes from OTT)
17. District Pony up to 14hh (must reside within 75km radius)
18. District Horse over 14hh (must reside within 75km radius)
19. WTC Lightweight pony up to 12.2hh
20. WTC Lightweight pony over 12.2hh up to & including 14hh
21. WTC Lightweight Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh
22. WTC lightweight Hack over 15hh
23. WTC Med/Heavyweight pony up to 12.2hh
24. WTC Med/Heavyweight pony over 12.2hh up to & including 14hh
25. WTC Med/Heavyweight Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh
26. WTC Med/Heavyweight Hack over 15hh
(You may compete in only 1 weight class – either lightweight OR medium/heavy)
27. WTC Pleasure pony up to 12.2hh
28. WTC Pleasure pony over 12.2hh up to & including 14hh
29. WTC Pleasure Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh
30. WTC Pleasure Hack over 15hh
31. WTC Girls/Ladies Pony up to 14hh
32. WTC Girls/Ladies Horse over 14hh
33. WTC Boys/Gents Pony up to 14hh
34. WTC Boys/Gents Horse over 14hh
Champion & Reserve WTC Pony (up to 14hh)
Champion & Reserve WTC Horse (over 14hh)
35. WTC Show Hunter pony up to 12.2hh
36. WTC Show Hunter pony over 12.2hh up to & including 14hh
37. WTC Show Hunter Galloway over 14hh up to & including 15hh
38. WTC Show Hunter Hack over 15hh
Champion & Reserve WTC Show Hunter Pony/Horse
Supreme Unofficial Exhibit (judged from above Champions only)

RING 3 – 9am start Judge: Rae Hare
Western Classes - All Champions are eligible for Supreme in this ring
1. Best presented Banded
2. Best presented Un banded
3. Rider 8-12 years
4. Rider 13-17 years
5. Rider 18-25 years
6. Rider 26- 32 years
7. Rider 33 years and over
Champion and Reserve Champion Rider
7. Ridden Mare 4-10 years
8. Ridden Mare 11 years and over
9. Ridden Gelding 4-10 years
10. Ridden Gelding 11 years and over
11. Novice western mount (not to have won a ribbon before)
12. Western Pleasure (to be ridden in western or Australia Stock Horse Attire)
13. Show Hunter (encouraged to be ridden in English/western Hunter attire a short 10 min break will be available for anyone wanting to change)
Champion and Reserve Western Mount
Supreme Western Exhibit (judged from above Champions & Reserve Champions)
All riders of western discipline are encouraged to have a go as this is a encouragement show. You are permitted to use synthetic westerns and or stock saddles as long as in good condition and will be subject to gear checking to assure rider and horse safety.

Rules and Entries
This event is a Wagin Agricultural Society Affiliated event.
Hack ring Entry $45 per horse and rider combination (YOU MAY ONLY RIDER 1 HORSE PER RING)
Yards and ground areas must be left Litter and Manure/hay free and various Dump boxes are situated around the 2 horses in action ovals.
There will be a full canteen operating all weekend located across from oval 1 in the sporting complex. The Little red Coffee Van will be on grounds all weekend.
Hacking entries need to sign in between 7am & 8.45am at the Main Office Pavilion facing Matera Oval to receive a rider number. The number can be pinned on the back of rider or displayed in horse breast number holder if you have one, or pinned on Saddle Blanket for Western Riders.
All riders must be gear checked by our certified Gear checker before competing.
Hacking Riders are encouraged to wear hacking attire, Pony Club Uniforms are permitted.
Current Australian Standard helmets MUST be worn at all times while mounted.
Western Riders encouraged to wear Western attire, long sleeves and safe riding boots.
Western Hats are Unfortunately NOT PERMITTED
Western Show Chaps ARE allowed.

HELPER DUTIES (Show Horse classes not required to do helper duties)

-       Each rider must provide a helper over the 2 days, there are limited self help duties. There is a $20 helper duty bond to be paid with your entry, this will be refunded at the end of the two days after helper duties have been signed off. If you do not collect your helper duty bond by 3pm Sunday 22nd September 2019 it will be deemed a donation to the Wagin Riding and Pony Club inc

 

CAMPING INFORMATION

-       Camping is available for the weekend, from Friday night until Sunday at a fee of $15 per car/float combo. There is limited yards available at the pony club grounds and Rodeo grounds by request. Competitors are advised to bring their own yards. Toilets & showers are available throughout the showground area.

-       The Wagin Riding & Pony Club Inc committee reserves the right to cancel, alter and delete classes and also refuse entry to classes.

-       Lunch and snacks will be available both days, if you are wanting to pre order breakfast for Saturday and Sunday mornings please mark on your entry. All meals will be served at the Recreation Centre kitchen located alongside of the event office.

REFUNDS

-       Refunds will only be issued by notification prior to the event closing. Refund will only be the ground fee and camping fee. Class entry will be forfeited due to the expense of running this event. A medical or veterinary certificate must be presented as well prior to the start of the event.

-       Every competitor is required to sign an image release waiver and a pony club disclaimer before riding on the grounds.

 

 

#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
0
Closed
$0.00
000
Saturday Night Sundowner
Closed
The Sponsor Sundowner will commense at 6.30pm entry by invitation or pre purchase of ticket limited
$25.00

Saturday Dressage Classes

D01
Pony Club/Junior Rider Preparatory E (can be leadline)
Closed
$15.00
D01a
Open Preparatory E (can be leadline)
Closed
$15.00
D02
Pony Club/Junior Rider Preliminary 1B
Closed
$15.00
D02a
Open Preliminary 1B
Closed
$15.00
D03
Pony Club/Junior Rider Novice 2B
Closed
$15.00
D03a
Open Novice 2B
Closed
$15.00
D04
Western Dressage - Intro Level Test A
Closed
$15.00
D04A
Western Dressage - Basic Level test A
Closed
$15.00
D06
Para Test (by request)
Closed
$15.00
D07
Pony Club/Junior Rider Elementary 3B
Closed
$15.00
D07a
Open Elementary 3B
Closed
$15.00
D08
Pony Club/Junior Rider Medium 4B
Closed
$15.00
D08a
Open Medium 4B
Closed
$15.00
D09
Pony Club/Junior Rider Freestyle Prelim
Closed
please provide you music on a CD
$15.00
D09a
Open Freestyle Prelim
Closed
please provide you music on a CD
$15.00
D10
Pony Club/Junior Rider Freestyle Novice
Closed
please provide you music on a CD
$15.00
D10a
Open Freestyle Novice
Closed
please provide you music on a CD
$15.00

Sunday Dressage Classes

D12
Pony Club/Junior Rider Preparatory C (can be leadline)
Closed
$15.00
D12a
Open Preparatory C (can be leadline)
Closed
$15.00
D13
Pony Club/Junior Rider Preliminary 1C
Closed
$15.00
D13a
Open Preliminary 1C
Closed
$15.00
D14
Pony Club/Junior Rider Novice 2C
Closed
$15.00
D14a
Open Novice 2C
Closed
$15.00
D15
Western Dressage - Intro Level Test D
Closed
$15.00
D15A
Western Dressage - Basic Level Test D
Closed
$15.00
D16
Para Test (by request)
Closed
$15.00
D17
Pony Club/Junior Rider Elementary 3C
Closed
$15.00
D17a
Open Elementary 3C
Closed
$15.00
D18
Pony Club/Junior Rider Medium 4C
Closed
$15.00
D18a
Open Medium 4C
Closed
$15.00
D19
Pony Club/Junior Rider Prix Caprilli
Closed
$15.00
D19a
Open Prix Caprilli
Closed
$15.00

Saturday Show Jumping

J01a
Pony Club/Junior Rider Encouragement Round Blue ribbon
Closed
$8.00
J01b
Open Encouragement Round Blue ribbon
Closed
$8.00
J02a
50cm Pony Club/Junior Rider
Closed
$8.00
J02b
50cm Open
Closed
$8.00
J03a
Pony Club/Junior Rider AM7 65cm
Closed
$8.00
J03b
Open AM7 65cm
Closed
$8.00
J04a
Pony Club/Junior Rider AM7 75cm
Closed
$8.00
J04b
Open AM7 75cm
Closed
$8.00
J05a
Pony Club/Junior Rider AM7 85cm
Closed
$8.00
J05b
Open AM7 85cm
Closed
$8.00
J06a
Pony Club/Junior Rider AM7 95cm
Closed
$8.00
J06b
Open AM7 95cm
Closed
$8.00
J07a
Pony Club/Junior Rider AM7 105cm
Closed
$8.00
J07b
Open AM7 105cm
Closed
$8.00
J08a
Pony 6 bar
Closed
$8.00
J08b
Horse Six bar
Closed
$8.00

Sunday Show Jumping Classes

J10a
Pony Club/Junior Rider Encouragement Two Phase
Closed
$8.00
J10b
Open Encouragement Two Phase
Closed
$8.00
J11a
Pony Club/Junior RiderTwo Phase 60cm
Closed
$8.00
J11b
Open Two Phase 60cm
Closed
$8.00
J12a
Pony Club/Junior Rider Two Phase 75cm
Closed
$8.00
J12b
Open Two Phase 75cm
Closed
$8.00
J13a
Pony Club/Junior Rider Two Phase 90cm
Closed
$8.00
J13b
Open Two Phase 90cm
Closed
$8.00
J14a
Pony Club/Junior Rider Two Phase 105cm
Closed
$8.00
J14b
Open Two Phase 105cm
Closed
$8.00
J15a
Team Relay 45- 55cm
Closed
$8.00
J15b
Team Relay 60-70cm
Closed
$8.00
J15c
Team Relay 90-105cm
Closed
$8.00

SUNDAY SHOW HORSE CLASSES

SH2
Ring 1 Encouragement Walk Trot
Closed
$45.00
SH3
Ring 2 Unofficial hack Walk Trot Canter
Closed
$45.00
SH4
Ring 3 Western Classes
Closed
$45.00

Event Notes

Single Yard @ ponyclub (limited avaliable)
$10.00
Single Yard @ Rodeo Ground
$10.00
N/A
Whole weekend per car/float

Contact Details

Sue Dowson
wagin
Sue Dowson
waginponyclub@gmail.com

Helper Duties Allocated must be attended and adhered to once posted. If dissatisfied with allocated duty- helper will need to find a suitable replacement and advise committee. Any helper who fails to fulfill their duty will result in disqualification from the event. 

The Wagin Riding & Pony Club Committee reserves the right to cancel, alter and delete classes and also refuses entry to classes.

Every competitor is required to sign a waiver before riding is allowed on the grounds.

*DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY- Neither the Organising Committee of any event to which these rules apply, nor the PCAWA, accept any liability for any accident, damage, injury, or illness to horses, owners, riders, ground, spectators, or any other person or property whatsoever. 

RESCUE RELAY (Article 268 – Relay Competitions)

• Normal Table C rules apply. 

• The first rider starts through the starting flags. If the first rider completes the course without a fault, the second rider commences their round as soon as the front feet of the first riders' horse touch the ground over the last fence of the course. 

• The second rider, upon completing the course, must pass through the finish flags. 

• If an obstacle is knocked down, either by a horse refusing and sliding into the obstacle or a horse knocking down the rails whilst jumping, the second rider commences the course by jumping the next obstacle. The rider does not wait for the obstacle to be re-built. 

• If the first rider has a refusal, the second rider must jump the obstacle the first rider refused and continue around the course. 

• If the second rider has a refusal, the first rider will commence the course from that obstacle.

• The horse which jumps the last obstacle of the course does not jump the first obstacle in the second round i.e. - if the first rider has a fault and the second rider completes the first round, the first rider must then commence the second round.

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