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THE ANGUS SHOW 2023 - Saturday 10th June 2023

Heavy Horse Classes

ENTRIES FOR THIS EVENT HAVE NOW CLOSED

HORSE SECTION

A full copy of the 2022 Heavy Horse Schedule can be downloaded here.

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS 

Open to the winners of the ANGUS CHALLENGE CUP (Heavy Horse Classes), the MRS HUME TROPHY (Mountain and Moorland, Shetland and Highland Classes). The winner will be awarded the McKERCHAR INSURANCE CHALLENGE CUP.

Judges of all four Horse Sections to put forward a points system.
JUDGING: Main Ring – to be announced 1.00 pm approx.

THE MILLENIUM TROPHY 

Presented to the Angus Show in 2000 by Dorothy Pert. This trophy will be presented to the Champion of Champion of each Section as follows:-
2022 SHEEP- 2023 CATTLE – 2024 HORSES

Heavy Horses

TROPHIES AND SPECIAL PRIZES

THE ANGUS CHALLENGE CUP – for the best animal in the section.

THE COBB CUP – for the best animal in the section, bred in Angus. Previous winning animals are not again eligible to compete.

THE BANK OF SCOTLAND TROPHY – for the best female in the section.

THE AGRICAR TROPHY – for the best male in the section.

THE MORTON CAMPBELL CHALLENGE CUP – for the best foal.

THE CLYDESDALE HORSE SOCIETY SHIELD

A Shield (which will be supplied and engraved by The Clydesdale Horse Society) will be awarded to the best yearling or two-year-old colt or filly, registered or eligible for registration with the Society, not having won a Shield before in its lifetime. The exhibitor must be a current member of The Clydesdale Horse Society.

DONALDSON TROPHY – best animal in section bred by exhibitor.

IAN McPHERSON MEMORIAL CUP – for the best one or two year old colt or gelding in the section.

PRIZE MONEY:        First – £15; Second – £11; Third – £9.

In the event of there being sufficient entries present on day the prize money will be: Fourth – £6 (ten and over). Fifth – £4 (twelve and over).

ENTRY MONEY:      £10 per entry, members £5.

CLASS 114 1ST GELDING, THREE YEARS OLD AND OVER CLASS Submit Entries
CLASS 115 YELD MARE, THREE YEARS OLD AND OVER Submit Entries
CLASS 116 BROOD MARE WITH FOAL AT FOOT Submit Entries
CLASS 117 FOAL, PRODUCE OF MARE SHOWN IN CLASS 81 Submit Entries
CLASS 118 ONE YEAR OLD FILLY Submit Entries
CLASS 119 TWO YEAR OLD FILLY Submit Entries
CLASS 120 ONE OR TWO YEAR OLD GELDING OR COLT Submit Entries
CLASS 121 YOUNG HANDLERS Submit Entries
CLASS 122 RIDDEN CLASS FOR PURE BRED OR PART BRED CLYDESDALES Submit Entries

Harness

TROPHIES AND SPECIAL PRIZES:

EAST OF SCOTLAND CHAMPIONSHIP CHALLENGE TROPHY – for the Exhibitor with most points in classes 121, 122, 123 & 124

ALLAN McRAE MEMORIAL CUP – presented by his wife for the best kept harness. NOTE: points awarded 1st 4; 2nd 3; 3rd 2; 4th 1. Note: Rule 21.

Each exhibitor will be awarded the sum of £10.00 if, in the opinion of the Judge, the exhibit shows sufficient merit and is shown with decorations.

PRIZE MONEY: First – £15; Second – £11, Third – £9; Fourth £6.

CLASS 123 BEST KEPT SET OF FARM HARNESS (not surgical leather) Submit Entries
CLASS 124 WOOL DECORATIONS Submit Entries
CLASS 125 GROOMING Submit Entries
CLASS 126 FLORAL DECORATIONS Submit Entries

MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND, HIGHLAND AND SHETLAND PONIES

THE MRS HUME TROPHY WILL BE AWARDED FOR THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS IN THESE THREE SECTIONS. JUDGING WILL BE ON A POINTS SYSTEM, AND JUDGES WILL JUDGE ALL BREEDS INCLUDING THEIR OWN.

THE JOCKEY JAN KATIE WILSON TROPHY WILL BE AWARDED TO THE WINNER OF CLASS 134 (YOUNG HANDLER)

Exhibitors must indicate on the entry form if they require to have pens provided (cost £2.00), otherwise space will be left for a horse-box and the animals will be penned in the vehicle.

PRIZE MONEY: First – £15.00; Second – £11.00; Third – £9.00.

In the event of there being sufficient entries forward, prize money will be Fourth – £6.00 (ten and over). Fifth – £4.00 (twelve and over).

ENTRY MONEY: £10 for each entry: members £5.

Small Breeds to include DARTMOOR, EXMOOR, WELSH A. & B. EXCLUDING SHETLANDS

Large Breeds to include CONNEMARA, NEW FOREST, FELL, DALES, WELSH C & D EXCLUDING HIGHLAND.

MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONIES

Sponsored by Dalhousie Estates
CLASS 127 Stallion Reg large or small breeds. 3 years and over (any stallion not in control will be asked to leave the ring). 1st prize winner to be awarded the “Martleaves Jet Stream Memorial Perpetual Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 128 Mare with foal at foot 1st Prize Winner to be awarded the “Trawlets Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 129 Foal from mare shown in class 95 by reg stallion 1st Prize Winner to be awarded the “Param Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 130 Yeld mare or gelding 4 years and over (small breeds) 1st Prize Winner to be awarded the “Skinner Quaich Perpetual Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 131 2 or 3 years filly or gelding (small breeds) 1st Prize Winner to be awarded the “Fernbrae Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 132 Yearling colt, filly or gelding (small breeds) 1st Prize Winner to be awarded the “Bruce Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 133 Yeld Mare or Gelding 4yrs and over (large breeds) Submit Entries
CLASS 134 2 or 3 yrs Filly or Gelding (large breed) 1st Prize Winner to be awarded the “ Mearns Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 135 Yearling, Colt, Filly or Gelding. (Large Breed) Submit Entries
CLASS 136 Young handlers 16 years and under. Large or small breeds. Class may be split if sufficient entries come forward. The Jockey Jan Katie Wilson trophy will be awarded to the winner Submit Entries
CLASS 137 Novice Ridden Small Breeds 4 years and over (pony not to have been placed 1st-3rd in any ridden class prior to January 2022) Submit Entries
CLASS 138 Open Ridden Small Breeds 4 years and over Submit Entries
CLASS 139 Novice Ridden Large Breeds 4 years and over (pony not to have been placed 1st-3rd in any ridden class prior to January 2022) Submit Entries
CLASS 140 Open Ridden Large Breeds 4 years and over Submit Entries

After class 135, 1st and 2nd prize winners to come forward for the “Harry Elder Perpetual Trophy”.

Class 137, 138, 139 & 140 1st and 2nd prize winners to come forward for the “Lunan Rosebowl”.

Highest placed Welsh Section C or D Cob from classes 127, 133, 134, 135, 139 or 140 to receive “Murchacko Trophy” and Rosette.

At the end of the section, 1st and 2nd Prize Winners from all classes to come forward for the “Barrelwell Trophy”. Winner to receive the Trophy and overall Champion Rosette. Reserve to receive Reserve Champion Rosette.

The Champion and Reserve from the Mountain and Moorland, Shetland and Highland Pony sections will come forward for the “Mrs Hume Trophy” (Judging will be on a points system and judges will judge all breeds including their own. This will take place after Mountain and Moorland, Shetland and Highland Pony Sections are finished. The Winner will go forward for the Champion of Champions (judging in Main Ring, to be announced approximately 1pm) for the McKerachar Insurance Challenge Cup.

STANDARD SHETLAND PONIES

Sponsored by Dalhousie Estates
CLASS 141 Shetland Pony Mare with foal at foot. Submit Entries
CLASS 142 Shetland Foal (mare to be shown in class 139). The Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for best foal registered, or eligible for entry in the Shetland Pony Stud Book, to be awarded to the 1st prize Winner. Submit Entries
CLASS 143 Yearling fillycolt or gelding. CLASS 144 2 or 3 year old colt filly or gelding. Submit Entries
CLASS 144 2 or 3 year old colt filly or gelding Submit Entries
CLASS 145 Yeld mare. Submit Entries
CLASS 146 Gelding 4 years and over. Submit Entries
CLASS 147 Stallion 4 years and over Submit Entries
CLASS 148 Any two ponies to be shown and bred by exhibitor. Best Group of 2 bred by exhibitor to be awarded the “Kerryston Trophy”. Submit Entries
CLASS 149 Young handler 16 years and under. Standard & Miniature Shetland Ponies. (Hard hats and suitable footwear must be worn) Submit Entries
CLASS 150 Novice Ridden Shetland pony 4 years and over. (pony not to have been placed 1st- 3rd in any ridden class prior to January 2022) Submit Entries
CLASS 151 Open Ridden Shetland pony 4 Years and over. Submit Entries

1st and 2nd prize winners to come forward for the “Netherly Cup”.

“Whitehills Trophy” for best Coloured Shetland Pony to be awarded at time of Championship

“Kinnoull Trophy” to be awarded to best Young Handler

The Champion and Reserve from the Mountain and Moorland, Shetland and Highland Pony Sections will come forward for the “Mrs Hume Trophy” (Judging will be on a points System and judges will judge all breeds including their own. This will take place after Mountain and Moorland, Shetland, Miniature Shetland and Highland are finished. The Winner will go forward for the Champion of Champions (judging in the main Ring to be announced approximately 1p.m.) for the McKerchar Insurance Challenge Cup.

  1. Classes must be confined to SPS-BS registered ponies. Ponies must be named on the entry form and in the catalogue if one is produced. Society rosettes must only be given to ponies registered with the Society or to foals eligible for registration.
  2. Three-year-old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown. All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the Show.
  3. IN ORDER TO ENTER A STALLION CLASS AT AN AFFILIATED SHOW, ENTIRE MALES AGED 4 YEARS OLD AND OVER MUST HAVE AN “S” NUMBER AND HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY THROUGH EITHER THE SPS-BS STALLION ASSESSMENT PRIOR TO 2006 OR THE CURRENT SPSBS VOLUNTARY VETERINARY EXAMINATION. Ridden stallions MUST display a stallion bridle badge. In-hand stallions 3 years and over are advised to display a stallion bridle
  4. There must be no colts or entire males in Young Handlers classes. Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in In-hand classes. Children under 12 years old on the day of the show may not show entire males in ridden classes. In the interests of safety, hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14 years or under in In-hand classes. Exhibitors should not kneel but remain standing while in the ring. Hard hats must be worn by all exhibitors, irrespective of age, in ridden classes. Ridden and driven ponies must be 4 years old or over. In ridden Classes, if a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, rider dismounted, and take no further part.

Miniature SHETLAND PONIES

CLASS 152 Miniature Shetland Pony Mare with foal at foot Submit Entries
CLASS 153 Miniature Shetland Foal (mare to be shown in class 120) Submit Entries
CLASS 154 Miniature Yearling filly colt or gelding Submit Entries
CLASS 155 Miniature 2 or 3 year old colt filly or gelding Submit Entries
CLASS 156 Miniature Yeld mare Submit Entries
CLASS 157 Miniature Gelding 4 years and over Submit Entries
CLASS 158 Miniature Stallion 4 years and over Submit Entries
CLASS 159 Any two Miniature ponies to be shown and bred by exhibitor Submit Entries
CLASS 160 Young handler 16 years and under. (Hard hats and suitable footwear must be worn) Miniature Shetlands Submit Entries

HIGHLAND PONIES

CLASS 161 Mare with foal at foot. 1st prize winner to be awarded the “Lundie Castle Cup”. Submit Entries
CLASS 162 Foal, mare to be shown in class. 1st prize winner to be awarded the “Strathmore Shield”. Submit Entries
CLASS 163 Yeld mare 4 years and over. Submit Entries
CLASS 164 2 or 3 year old filly. Submit Entries
CLASS 165 Gelding 3 years and under. Submit Entries
CLASS 166 Gelding 4 years and over. Submit Entries
CLASS 167 Stallion 3 years and over. Submit Entries
CLASS 168 Yearling colt, filly or gelding. Submit Entries
CLASS 169 Young handlers 16 years and under. Class may be split if sufficient entries. Submit Entries
CLASS 170 Novice Ridden Highland any age. (pony not to have been placed 1st-3rd in any ridden class prior to January 2022) Submit Entries
CLASS 171 Open Ridden Highland any age. (May be ridden by judge) 1st prize winner to be awarded the “Broadshade Cup”. Submit Entries

At the end of the section all 1st and 2nd prize winners to come forward for the “Lady Montgomery- Cunninghame Cup”.

“The Highland Pony Society” Rosettes will be awarded to the Best In-hand & Best Ridden Highland Ponies. The winner in these sections must be registered.

Ponies must be registered in the full body of the Highland Pony Society Stud Book (including appendices A, B & C). All competing Highland pony stallions (In Hand, Ridden, WHP etc) aged 4yrs and over must be licensed with the Highland Pony Society.

This show is a qualifier for the 2022 Highland Pony Society Youngstock Championships. The Champion youngster from classes 162, 164, 165 and 168 will qualify for the Highland Pony Youngstock Championships. If already qualified, the card will pass to the second placed pony but no further. Only pure-bred registered Highland youngstock; foals, 1, 2 and 3yrs olds may enter.

Two Championships will be held; one in Scotland (CSHPC Show at Strathallan Castle on 4 September 2022) and one in England (Great British In Hand Show at Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre on 17 September 2022). The qualifying exhibitor can select which Championship Show they wish to enter. Exhibitors are not required to be members of the Highland Pony Society for qualifying classes. However, all those competing in the Championships must be members of the Society. Entry to the Championships is free.

At the Youngstock Championships, the Champions and Reserves will receive rosettes and prize money of £100 and £50 respectively and all those forward at the finals will receive £15 and a finalist rosette. A sash and perpetual trophy will be awarded to each of the Champions.

The Champion & Reserve from the Mountain and Moorland, Shetland and Highland Pony Sections will come forward for the “Mrs Hume Trophy” (Judging will be on a points system and judges will judge all breeds including their own). This will take place after Mountain and Moorland, Shetland and Highland Ponies are finished. The Winner will go forward for the Champion of Champions (judging in Main Ring to be announced approximately 1pm) for the McKerachar Insurance Challenge Cup.