The June Jump Rules

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The June Jump is an annual competition for all levels of riders.  We try to accommodate as many riders and horses as possible, so it is important that you enter early to avoid any disappointment. This year we are adding a Working Hunter course, In-hand and Ridden Showing as well as a Racehorse to Riding Horse Class

The June Jump currently has MANY Classes.  Each Class is £10 per entrant.  You may enter as many classes as you would like, but please bear in mind that the lower Classes are for the less experienced jumpers.  There will be a warm up ring. The showjumping will be divided by age, with Juniors being any rider under 17 years old, and Seniors being anyone past their 17th birthday. The Working Hunter will be divided by Horse and Pony, with a Horse being 14/2HH and over.

The showjumping classes will use the follow-on method for the Jump Off Round.  Once a clear round has been done, the rider is to continue on to the Jump Off.  This will be signalled by using a bell.  If there is no clear round, then we will call the top 6 riders back for the Jump Off.

All Riders are expected to dress correctly and we reserve the right to no allow any inappropriately dressed Riders & Horses to enter.

ll Riders must wear the appropriate safety clothing.  All hats must meet PAS 015 standard and be marked as such.  Random hat checks may occur.  All Riders under 18 years of age MUST wear a body protector and we strongly advise that all riders wear one no matter what age.  The body protector should fit properly.

The judges decision is final.  Any appeals to said decision must be made immediately to the Organiser.

Classes: All Classes are £10 each

Jumping Classes

Arena

These Classes start at 9am

Class A – Best Turned Out

Class 0 – Clear Round to be paid at the gate. £3 for one round; £5 for two.

These Classes start at 10am

Class 1 – Tiny Tots Mini: 5 jumps, can be lead over trotting poles and cavalettis

Class 2 – Introduction for Juniors: 7 jumps over 40cm cross poles

Class 3 – Standard for Juniors: 7 jumps over 50cm cross poles and uprights

Class 3a – Standard for Seniors

Class 4 – Lower Novice for Juniors: 8 Jumps over 60cm cross poles, upright and fillers

Class 4a – Lower Novice for Seniors

Class 5 – Upper Novice for Juniors: 8 Jumps over 70cm cross poles, uprights, fillers and spreads

Class 5a – Upper Novice for Seniors

Class 6 – Advanced for Juniors: 9 Jumps over 85cm uprights, fillers, spreads and Liverpool.

Class 6a – Advanced for Seniors

Class 7 – Open: Junior & Senior together; 9 Jumps over 95+cm

Working Hunter – starts a 1pm

Class 10 – Intoduction to Working Hunter Pony: 7 jumps at 40cm

Class 10a – Introduction to Working Hunter Horse: 7 jumps at 40cm

Class 11 – Novice Working Hunter Pony: 7 jumps at 50cm

Class 11a – Novice Working Hunter Horse: 7 jumps at 50cm

Class 12 – Intermediate Working Hunter Pony: 7 jumps at 70cm

Class 12a – Intermediate Working Hunter Horse: 7 jumps at 70cm

Field Jumping – starting at 11am

Class 13 – Introduction Field Jumping: 40cm

Class 14 – Standard Field Jumping: 50cm

Class 15 – Novice Field Jumping: 65cm

Class 16 – Intermediate Field Jumping: 80cm

Class 17 – Advanced Field Jumping: 95cm

Class 18 – Open Field Jumping: 100cm – 105cm

Class 19 – Cross Country

Showing Classes – starting at 1pm

Class 20 – Racehorse to Ridinghorse Junior

Class 21 – Racehorse to Ridinghorse Senior

Class 22 – Racehorse to Family Horse

Class 23 – In-hand Showing: Mountain & Moorland

Class 24 – In-hand Showing: Coloured

Class 25 – In-hand Showing: Working Horse

Class 26 – Ridden Show: Mountain & Moorland

Class 27 – Ridden Show: Coloured

Class 28 – Ridden Show: Working Horse

Clothing for Jumping Classes

  • Classes 0, 1, 2  — Jodhpurs or dark leggings but no jeans, white shirt, plain tie, plain coloured jumper, boots

  • Class 3, 4, 5  — Jodhpurs or dark leggings but no jeans, white shirt, plain tie, plain coloured jumper, boots.

  • Class 6 & 7 — White or tan jodhpurs, white shirt, cravat or plain tie both with pin, black or navy jacket, long boots or boots with chaps, white gloves.

Clothing for Working Hunter

The Rider is expected to wear appropriate riding attire. The Rider may wear their usual show jumping attire, but may also wear appropriate Hunt Attire.

Jodphurs: Buff, cream, yellow or white

Jacket: Black, blue, green, or any tweed

Shirt: To complement the Jacket

Tie: Solid or small pattern to complement

Gloves: Buff or brown

You may carry a small whip/crop and use spurs providing you are not using a Sunshine Riding School horse.

Clothing for In-hand Showing Classes

Attire:  All participants must be dressed appropriately to their gender.

Female:  An appropriate flared skirt (for running) no shorter than the knee, plain blouse or camisole, jacket, boots, hat and

gloves.  Hats may be straw with small decoration.  Gloves should be complementary colour.  Your outfit may be as bright or as dark as you like but should compliment the colour of your horse.  You may carry a small showing cane or whip.

Male:  Beige or light coloured trousers, shirt, waistcoat, plain tie with tie stick or pin, jacket, hat and gloves.  Hats may be straw in the summer but must be bowler in the winter. You may wear a button, but it must coordinate with your outfit and your horse. Gloves should be complementary colour.  Your outfit may be as bright or as dark as you like but should compliment the colour of your horse. You may carry a small showing cane or whip.

Horses:  May be plaited or unplaited depending upon breed.  All horses will be marked on cleanliness, conformation and presentation.  Hooves should be painted.  Small showing bows are allowed.  Please place the appropriate ribbon in your horses tail if necessary.

If you have any questions, please contact Kimberly or Fiona in the Office for clarification.

Female Attire                            Male Attire

Clothing for Ridden Showing Classes

Riders should wear either show or hunt attire, may carry a small whip/crop, and are allowed to use spurs providing they are not using Sunshine Riding School horses.

All hats must meet the current legal guideline of PAS 015.

Rules & Jump Faults For All Jumping Classes

Classes 1 & 2

Jumps 1 – 6 In Order

Class 3

Jumps 1 – 7 In Order

Class 4

Jumps 1-9 In Order

Class 3 & 4  will be clear round followed by timed Jump Off.

Faults

Dropped Fence

4

Refused Fence

4

Run Out

4

Stopping At All

4

Crossing Tracks*

4

Missed Fence

8

3 Refusals

Elimination

Falling Off

Elimination

*Judges’ discretion

 Rider & horse may retire from the course at any point.  Once a horse has retired, they may not re-enter or re-try that class. There are no refunds should the combination retire.

First Aid will be on site.