Thursday September 19, 2019
Show Jumping

Showjumping Organiser’s .

Rachel Barratt 07846 266250 &  Emma Scholes – 07801 746593 or

Please contact  Rachel or Emma directly to book in for lessons or competitions.

LATEST INFORMATION – Check out the ‘Whats on’ page for upcoming Rallies.

Show Jumping for NHHPC members

It is strongly recommended that you buy a copy of the Pony Club Show Jumping Rule Book @ £3.50 please so that you always have it to hand for your competitions. Copies are available to purchase from The Pony Club Shop at Harry Hall.

 Update for 2019 Rulebook – 
Unfortunately the following rules have been omitted from the 2019 Showjumping rule book. These rules were carried over from 2018 and are still current and they should be enforced:

Page 9
 “3(b) Hair: In the interests of safety, long hair must be   secured appropriately in a hairnet.”

Page 35 – Novice Eligibility, Combination of Horse and Rider are NOT eligible if they have –
iii)      achieved one double clear in BS or SJI competitions where any of the fences were above 1.00m in the first round. Except that double clears in a BS Pony Newcomers Preliminary do not render the combination of horse and rider ineligible”


Area and PC Championship competitions are organised in accordance with the rule book for each discipline as detailed on 

Entry to PC Area Show Jumping competitions is usually restricted to members selected to compete as an individual or team for NHHPC and requires both the rider and horse/pony to have met the required qualification criteria. Please contact Rachel or Emma as SJ organisers if you are interested in competing at Area Show Jumping on 13th July as we would love to hear from you.  Members MUST have completed 3 rallies (Last year’s Camp 2018 counts as one) to include at least one rally with either Bryan Smith, Hollie Cartwright or Karen Nicholas.  Please also send Rachel your recent competition results.  The Area Competition & PC Champs is run on grass.  It’s essential to get out competing on grass as it can be quite a different experience after all the jumping on a surface.

Please note that some venues still require 6 monthly booster vaccinations.  For those that might qualify for PC Championships at Cholmondeley Castle in August a booster within 6 months is a requirement.

Also, please get into the habit of using the Passport name rather than the stable name when entering competitions as this is helpful to the organisers for Passport checks at events.




 Please find the Schedule attached at the bottom for your information but please note that all entries are done by the Branch so do not enter yourselves!  Classes 70cm – 1.10m


Saturday 3rd August (80 & 90cm) PC Show Jumping at Gatcombe

Schedule not out yet.  Express your interest to Emma Scholes to be considered for a team for this one. 






Dengie Show Jumping Series

There are three stages to this competition:

Prelim Rounds which are held throughout the country. The first four placings will be awarded rosettes and qualify to go forward to one of 19 Area Competitions. You must attend your own Area Competition. The Open competition has no Prelim Rounds involved, members qualify by competing at an Area competition where the first three qualify for the Championships. 

Prelim Rounds will run from the 1st May 2019 – 29th February 2020
(Prelim Rounds can now also take place at British Show Jumping Club Classes: 90cm) 
Area Competitions will run from 1st March 2020 – 31st March 2020
Championships – April 2020 TBC


2019  Show jumping Championships for Area 9 are on Sunday 1st  September at Rectory Farm – any schedules marked with a * will have qualifying classes for these Championships. 

To qualify for the 2019 Area 9 Show jumping Championships a combination must jump a double clear (if an A7 competition over the first round and jump off OR a clear if single or two phase) at any of the above heights.


Local show centres hold both affiliated (BS – you do not have to be a member to compete but you will have to buy a class ticket, and you will not be eligible for money prizes) and unaffiliated shows throughout the year – schedules and dates are available on their websites: Rectory Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots, Allenshill (Pershore), Summerhouse EC(Gloucester, just off J12 M5), Gracelands EC (Droitwich), Solihull RC, Hartpury.

If you are going to a show that you think may not have qualifying cards e.g. Allenshill, Gracelands, Hartpury, Summerhouse for any of their unaffiliated competitions or BS pony/club/some senior classes  – please download and print off the card below and get the part “To be filled in by the Qualifying Show Official”  filled in and signed either by the Show secretary or the Judge – please get them to print their names as well as sign and make sure the card is dated.

2019 Qualifying card: Qualifying card (single)

All the information about entering and how to enter is on the card; there is no ‘schedule’.

No entries for the Area 9 Champs will be accepted without a qualifying card (this may be posted or scanned and emailed) and the entry fee, which may be paid by cheque (if the card is posted) or by BACS if emailing the card – please contact the Entries Secretary for the bank details to pay the entry fees.



Up to date information available through our Facebook page –

 Qualifying cards for the Area 9 SJ Championships – Sunday 1st September –

AREA 9 Show Jumping Schedule for 2019 Schedule 2019



Please note that if you have booked in to any training and then cannot make it unfortunately you will still be charged.  However, if you find a member of the same ability to take your space then we will do our best to accommodate them.  Please notify the organiser as soon as possible should you wish to do this.