SECTION A – HORSES
Chief Steward: George Byers Phone: George 4691 1656 (A/H) or Jo Lossberg 0408 769 975
Entry Fee – All Classes $3.00, excluding Jumping.
Entry tickets to be purchased at the Southern Horse Ring Tent. NO Refunds.
CLASSES START 8AM SHARP
Prize Money: 1st - $8.00 2nd - $4.00
Prize Money to be collected at the Show Office on Show Day
Trophies and Prize Money have been generously donated by the following:
Bernborough Hardware, Riverina Stockfeeds, The Shorten Family, A & D Mason, The Oakey Pharmacy, Horseland Toowoomba, The Byers and Biltoft Families, Edwards Saddleworld, Mr Max Jannusch, Rodney and Leah Chicken, Corralyn Stud, Oakey Rural Supplies.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR ALL COMPETITORS:
QCAS Mandatory requirements state that Horse Health Declarations be completed for all horses attending QCAS affiliated Agricultural Shows and other equestrian events organised and run by the show societies. It is therefore a requirement of the Oakey Show that the Horse Health Declarations and Competitor Waiver Forms are completed and handed in at the Horse Ring Tent, where you will receive your competitor’s wrist band. These forms must be completed prior to the riding/handling of horses on the showgrounds on Show Day.
Horse Ring Entry Tickets can be purchased after receipt of your competitor wristband. All Entries will be taken via the Southern Horse Ring Tent.
The Horse Health Declarations can be found at the end of Section A Horses within this schedule.
The declarations are required to be held on file by the Show Society for 2 years after the date of the horse event.
All horses on the showgrounds whether competing on the day or not need to be included on the Declaration.
The Society runs under QCAS rules and regulations at all times.
All Horses and Ponies must be registered in respective breeds to compete. Papers are to be available to view in all breed classes.
Local Classes – Horses and Riders must reside within 30km of the Oakey Showground.
Ponies must not exceed 14 hands.
Galloway Hacks shall be over 14 hands and NE 15 hands.
Stallions are not permitted to compete in Hack classes.
Judges decision is final. All protests must be in writing with the fee of $50.00 and forwarded to the Secretary within 30 minutes of the class finishing.
In the event of a tie prize money will be shared.
Competing horses must be drug free and sound. Random drug swabbing may occur.
Stallions are to have bits in their mouth at all times. Age limit on handlers.
Horses are either Show Horse or Show Hunter. They cannot compete in both except where stated.
All Riders must wear protective helmets that are to Australian Standard.
For safety, all Handlers must wear suitable footwear when leading horses.
Bullying is an issue in many sports today. The Oakey Show Society wishes to advise that bullying will not be accepted in any form at our show.
All tickets to be fully completed with horse’s name, owner and address details before entering ring. No refunds.
A Maiden Hack is a Hack that has not won a Maiden Class in competition at any affiliated show. After winning a Maiden Hack Class, this horse will be recognized as a Novice.
A Novice Hack is a Hack that has not won a Champion at an affiliated show. After winning a Champion Hack, this horse will be recognized as Open.
The age of a Competitor is determined as at the first day of the show. The age of all horses is calculated as at 1st August.
Newcomer – not to have started under saddle before 1/7 of the previous year.
SUPREME LED PONY OF SHOW – Rug donated by Bernborough Hardware & Produce
SUPREME CHAMPION LED EXHIBIT OF SHOW - Rug Donated by Bernborough Hardware & Produce
SUPREME CHAMPION RIDDEN HACK OF SHOW - Rug Donated by Riverina Stockfeeds
SUPREME CHAMPION HUNTER HACK OF SHOW – Rug Donated by Wholesale Horsewear House Toowoomba
SUPREME CHAMPION RIDER OF SHOW – Ken Shorten Memorial Trophy – donated by The Shorten Family
SUPREME DILUTE OF SHOW – Trophy sponsored by Corralyn Stud
SPECIAL HORSE REGULATIONS
(For the conduct of equestrian competitions at QCAS affiliated Queensland Agricultural Shows)
Subject to the Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Society’s Inc. (QCAS) and the Society/Association relevant to this schedule, the following General Horse Regulations shall apply.
Where there is a conflict between these regulations and the regulations and rules of the local Agricultural Society, the rules of the Affiliated Agricultural Society prevail.
These regulations are to be read in conjunction with the QCAS General Regulations.
NOTICE TO INTENDING EXHIBITORS
A MAIDEN has not won in competition at an affiliated agricultural Show. After winning a MAIDEN hack or Hunter Hack class this horse will be recognised as a NOVICE. A Novice will remain a NOVICE until winning an open championship as either a Hack or Hunter Hack at an affiliated agricultural show.
Parents, Guardians, or Strappers are not permitted in the horse arena during judging other than in any lead line class as in accordance with regulation 1.4 herein.
Marshalling area to be supplied by all affiliated agricultural Shows.
In any lead line class only one (1) handler may be involved in the leading of the Pony, Galloway or Hack.
The President, Committee person or Chief Steward shall have power to turn out any horse and rider from the ring, in any class, if they deem it is not entered correctly, or give permission for it to enter the correct class.
At any affiliated agricultural show the horse committee has the right to substitute a judge.
Once judging of a class has commenced the Steward has the right to refuse entry to the class for competitors who are late.
In Breed Classes, registration papers (where applicable) must be available at the Show as proof of registration and carried on the person when actually competing and presenting the horse. (Photocopies, preferably coloured, are acceptable).
An Exhibitor required by the Show section schedule or rules of the affiliated Society to parade an exhibit in the Grand Parade and who fails to do so, shall not be entitled to and shall forfeit any prize money or trophy to that Exhibitor and/or for that Exhibit.
Any Exhibitor who by themselves or any agent who:
directly or indirectly presents a horse which has an identity other than its true identity;
does any act or thing which is likely to result in a horse being incorrectly identified;
does any act or thing which is likely to result in a horse being incorrectly measured;
is automatically disqualified from exhibiting.
At the beginning of each calendar year an exhibitor MUST choose the category for their exhibit, EITHER Show Hunter or Show Horse, when competing at a QCAS Affiliated Agricultural Show.
An Exhibitor must choose to enter in classes as either a Show Hunter or a Show Horse (Pony, Galloway or Hack). Exhibitors cannot enter as both.
Judging will be performed by a Judge or panel of Judges appointed by the Society.
The Society will release the names of appointed Judges two (2) weeks prior to the event.
In the event of the Judge deciding that the exhibits in any Class are not worthy of a prize, no prize will be awarded.
It is considered good ethics that if a Junior Judge or Associate Judge has been judging in his/her own right at any affiliated Agricultural Show, they are not eligible to enter the Young Judges competition at that Show, BUT they can still enter at another Show where they are not acting in a judging roll.
A Judge shall not adjudicate at more than one show within 30 days within a Sub-Chamber unless judging different sections. This rule applies to all affiliated agricultural show sections.
In all affiliated Agricultural Show sections, Judges should not judge the same section within a two (2) year period at the same show.
Judging cards and performance records shall be completed by the committee person in charge, Chief Steward and/or the Judge of a section (if required) during or immediately after the judging of the section or at the Judge’s convenience.
If a Judge is unable to fulfil a judging commitment, the Judge shall notify the Society as soon as possible so a replacement can be arranged.
A Judge shall not send a substitute Judge but may nominate a replacement judge to the society. All invitations to judge shall be sent by the affiliated Society.
A Society shall report to QCAS any Judge who fails to attend a Show to which he or she has accepted an invitation to judge or, who has failed to judge at the time advertised for the commencement of the class provided that the failure to attend or appear is without reasonable cause.
A Judge may not officiate, and compete or exhibit in the same section at the same show unless exceptional circumstances exist such as sickness or unavailability of the appointed Judge.
A Steward assisting the Judge in a particular section shall remove him/herself from the section if within a period of six (6) months prior to or during the show he/she or any member of their immediate family, business partners, or employee has owned, leased, bred, trained or schooled an animal or competitor exhibiting in any class in that section.
An Exhibitor shall not compete in a section if the Exhibitor is a member of the Judge’s immediate family.No Exhibitors shall deface or alter registration papers or performance cards for any exhibit.
A Judge or Steward must not knowingly permit an ineligible Exhibit or Exhibitor to compete.
No Exhibitor or members of the Exhibitor’s immediate family or employed by the Exhibitor shall approach a Judge with regard to a decision made by the Judge unless they first obtain permission from the Committee person in charge or Steward of the Section.
An Exhibitor shall not compete nor show any animal in a section if the animal has been owned or leased by the Judge or a member of the Judge’s immediate family within six (6) months prior to the show or if the Judge is the Exhibitor’s employer or business partner.
An Exhibitor shall not compete if the Exhibitor or any animal being shown by the Exhibitor has been given tuition by the Judge or the Judge’s business partner within three (3) months prior to or during the show.
An Exhibitor is ineligible to compete, if the Exhibitor has employed or has been employed by or has been a business partner of the Judge of the Section within three (3) months prior to or during the holding of the Show.
A Judge shall not visit the livestock-housing complex of the Agricultural Society, nor the owners, nor inspect or discuss any animal entered in the Show prior to or during the judging of the relevant section.
In Breed Classes, ALL animals must have current Registration and Ownership Certificates with the Breed Society.
HEIGHT OF EXHIBITS
Pony Hacks must not exceed 14 hands.
A Galloway Hack shall be over 14 Hands and not exceeding 15 Hands.
A Galloway Hack cannot compete in other Hack Classes unless otherwise stated.
Horses, Galloways or Ponies entered in any class for which a prescribed height is a condition, must be measured by the Official Measurer who will issue a Certificate of Height. The Certificate of Height must be available on request and carried on the person or crescent number attached to the horse, when actually competing or presenting the horse.
When measuring a Horse, Galloway or Pony an allowance of up to 9.5mm (3/8 inch) is to be made for shoes. When an Exhibitor disagrees with the Official Measurer’s figure for an animal which has been measured with shoes on, the Exhibitor may, should they so desire, have it measured without shoes.
Should a Horse, Galloway or Pony be found by the Official Measurer to be over or under height for the Class in which it is entered, the Chief Steward has the right to transfer to a corresponding ring
Show Pony Hack and Show Pony Hunter Hack over 12.2 hands and not exceeding 14 hands may be ridden by a juvenile or adult.
All small Show Pony Hacks and Show Hunter Pony Hacks 12.2 hands (127.5cm) and under to be ridden by a juvenile rider under 17 years of age.
Horses may be entered in Hack classes OR Hunter Hack classes but not in both.
AGE AND COMPETENCE OF COMPETITORS
A person who has not attained the age of six (6) years must not ride a horse at a show unaccompanied by an adult unless otherwise stipulated for a particular class.
A person who has not attained the age of eighteen (18) years must not ride or handle a Stallion at a Show.
An Honorary Steward may at any time require a person who does not appear to be able to ride or handle any horse to dismount and leave the ring.
The age of a person is determined as at the first day of any affiliated show.
A person who has attained the age of twelve (12) years may ride in the Open Hack Ring.
Proof of age must be presented when requested by the steward and is to be carried on the person whilst competing or exhibiting unless such proof has been presented to the show administration prior to acceptance of entries or judging of that section.
WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY
It is the responsibility of each exhibitor to ensure that the leaders of their horses in judging rings, Grand Parades and exercise areas are capable of exercising control over the animals in their care.
Each exhibitor/competitor will assess the risk to themselves, staff, volunteers, family, other exhibitors, show stewards, show visitors and any person foreseeably affected by the presentation of their exhibit.
The exhibitors/competitors are required to ensure that they and all persons under their direction or control comply with all requirements of the current Workplace Health and Safety Act, and the Affiliated Show Society holds each exhibitor responsible to discharge its obligations to provide and maintain a safe place and system of work during occupation by the exhibitor/competitor of any area of the Showgrounds.
Energized electric fences are prohibited on the showground at any time, without the express permission of the society or unless specified in the societies schedule. Any fences are to be suitable signed.
AGE OF HORSES
The age of all horses to be calculated as at 1 August. Every horse foaled before 1 August in any year shall be deemed to be one (1) year old on that date.
Male horses under the age of four (4) years are defined as being Colts and female horses under the age of four (4) years are defined as being Fillies. These horses are not permitted to compete in the respective Stud Class for Stallions or Mares.
DRESS REQUIREMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
All riders and attendants must be neatly and appropriately attired whilst in the main arena and/or judging ring. The Chief Steward has the right to exclude anyone from competing whose attire is inappropriate.
Shorts, singlets, thongs, joggers and similar attire are not permitted.
Short boots are to be worn by Adults and Juveniles riding in Pony Hack and Hunter Hack classes 12.2 hands and under 14 hands.
Long boots may be worn in Galloway Hack and Hack classes.
A snaffle bit must be used on Maiden Horses ridden in Maiden Hack and Hunter classes.
A snaffle bit must be used on Newcomer Horses ridden in Newcomer hack and Hunter classes.
Judges and Stewards in all horse rings must be suitably attired. Recommendations include;
Tailored type dress, suit, pants suit,
Suitable covered shoes (low heel),
Scarf (suitable to class), and
Hat (not floppy brim).
Lounge suit, tailored slacks/mole skins with Sports coat
Tie/Cravat (suitable to class),
Hat (Western or day time) or acceptable English style cap, and
Suitable foot ware.
Peak/ball type caps,
Blue Jeans, and
TRACK pants Track suits or similar attire.
Any rider competing in events at an affiliated agricultural show must wear protective headgear to the current Australian Standard (unless otherwise stated in the schedule for the class). The retaining harness must be secured and fastened at all times. Riders without approved headgear shall be ineligible to compete until rectified; if request is ignored instant elimination from all events will occur.
Recommended wear for informal classes; Safety Skull Cap (to the current Australian, European or American standard), Shirt and tie, coat, jodhpurs, elastic sided boots, riding cane, gloves, tweed coat.
CONDUCT IN MAIN ARENA
Whilst in the main arena of any affiliated show’s event, exhibitors and competitors will be under the direction of the Chief Steward and the stewards in charge of the respective judging rings.
The society accepts no responsibility if judging times conflict with one or more classes or events in which an exhibitor may be entered. Where a conflict may occur, it is the responsibility of the exhibitor to notify a withdrawal from either event. No ring shall be required to wait for a competitor or exhibitor who may be competing in another ring.
CRUELTY– EXCESSIVE USE OF WHIPS & SPURS
The excessive use of whips or spurs by any rider in any event or on the grounds will not be countenanced. Any person continuing the practice after being warned may be debarred from competing further in any event. Cruelty to horses is forbidden at any affiliated show event.
Any competitor found guilty of committing a definite act of cruelty will be disqualified from taking part in all competitions of the event where the offence was committed.
No spurs with spikes will be permitted.
The Chief Steward shall be the sole judge of what constitutes cruelty and includes without limitation:
to whip or beat a horse excessively;
to subject a horse to any kind of electric shock;
to use spurs, or to jab the horse in the mouth with the bit, excessively or persistently;
to rap a horse;
to remount, or attempt to remount, an exhausted, lame or injured horse;
to hypersensitise any part of a horse;
to leave a horse without adequate feed, drink or exercise; and
Stallions are not permitted to compete in hack classes.
All stallions and colts must be correctly bitted whilst in hand and the Judge/Ring Steward in Charge shall have the right to disqualify any exhibit, if in that Judge/Ring Stewards opinion, such exhibit is not able to sufficiently be controlled in a safe manner for judging to continue. The exhibit will be ineligible to compete in the class in which it is entered or paraded and upon such disqualification the exhibit shall forthwith be removed from the judging ring.
At no time can a stallion be handled by a person under eighteen (18) years of age.
A stallion with only one descended testicle is a Monorchid, whilst a stallion with no descended testicles is a Cryptorchid and both are classed as unsound in stallion classes.
For eligibility to compete at the Royal Queensland Show in the Hack, Galloway and Pony Hacks (including Show Hunter) sections (unless otherwise stated by the RNA), competitors are required to provide a performance record of their best eight (8) performances achieved within 12 months prior to close of entries for the forthcoming Royal Queensland Show in comparable events.
A comparable event is: if entering Hack section then only Hack performances are acceptable. If entering Show Hunter Classes, only Show Hunter performances are acceptable.
A minimum of six (6) of these performances must be gained at individual agricultural shows affiliated with the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies (QCAS) or with the agricultural society organisation in the state in which the awards were won.
Only one performance per show will be considered.
All results are forwarded to QCAS within fourteen (14) days of the affiliated Society’s agricultural show for verification with the RNA as required.
In the event of an affiliated Agricultural Show holding their Hack Rings as a three (3) ring circuit or rotational judging competition (or events or classes) only one win at that show will be counted as a first place for eligibility to compete at the Royal Queensland Show.
The exhibitor irrevocably consents to the society and QCAS publishing or reproducing in any manner whatsoever any particulars or information in relation to their exhibits; the publication or reproduction may be in a printed form or visual image through electronic means and/or on the internet.
A person must not administer a prohibited substance or cause one to be administered to an exhibit, except as permitted by any By-Laws or Regulations.
The exhibitor, owner and attendant of any exhibit to which a prohibited substance has been administered is in breach of the By-Laws unless the prohibited substance is permitted by the By-laws or Regulations to be administered.
An exhibit to which a prohibited substance has been administered in breach of the By-Laws must be removed from the judging ring upon demand of the affiliated show society.
The affiliated Agricultural Society, in its discretion and at any time, may cause an examination to be made of an exhibit by a Veterinary Surgeon who, in the course of such examination, may:
take such samples (including, without limitation, urine, blood, saliva and faeces) from such Exhibit as he considers necessary or advisable;
have such samples tested by such methods and procedures as she/he considers appropriate;
examine the Exhibit for desensitised limbs;
Procedures in the above rule are at the expense of the exhibitor/owner of the exhibit in question
Any Exhibit, Exhibitor, Owner or Person in charge of any Animal who appears to have had/have given a Prohibited Substance will definitely be debarred by the Stewards from competing in any event for which it may have been entered at the Affiliated Show, as all are deemed to have acted in breach of this By Law. If a Veterinary surgeon is required all expenses for same are the responsibility of the Exhibitor, Owner or Person in charge.
The Affiliated Society and any Steward or Agent of the Society shall not be liable to an Exhibitor for the death of, or for injury, damage or infection which may be sustained by his/her exhibit occasioned by or arising out of any act or omission of any Steward, or Agent of the Society during the course of the testing of the Exhibit, whether due to the negligence of any such Steward, Agent or otherwise.
‘Prohibited Substance’ means any substance originating externally to an animal (and whether or not endogenous to the animal) capable of affecting the performance of the animal by its action upon:
the central or peripheral nervous system;
the cardiovascular system;
the respiratory system;
the alimentary digestive system;
the musculo-skeletal system;
the urogenital system; or
the endocrine system.
AND INCLUDES WITHOUT LIMITATION:
hormones and their synthetic counterparts;
glues and bleaches.
The administering of antibiotics may be permitted provided the exhibitor can produce a treatment notification form, or a veterinary certificate.
Agricultural Societies and QCAS comply with the Equestrian Australia Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations which are available at www.equestrian.org.au
BIOSECURITY FOR HORSES
Horse Exhibitors must present; Horse Health Declaration, Waybill and/or Queensland Travel Permit when moving onto any affiliated agricultural society showgrounds.
It is compulsory to complete a Horse Health Declaration for ALL horses entering an affiliated agricultural society showgrounds.
All QCAS affiliated agricultural societies have developed a comprehensive Agricultural Show Biosecurity Plan and all event organisers, competitors and spectators have a joint responsibility to ensure the successful implementation of a biosecurity plan.
Horse Health Declarations are available at www.queenslandshows.com.au or contact the relevant Agricultural Society.
15.1 A protest against a Judge’s Award must:-
be in writing addressed to the Secretary, and signed by the person lodging the protest;
be lodged by delivery to the Secretary’s Office within twenty-four hours of the making of the Award;
give the name and address of the person lodging the protest, and where two or more persons join in the protest, state which one of those persons is authorized to receive correspondence or notices on behalf of all;
set out in reasonable detail particulars of the matter complained of including but not necessarily limited to the number of the Class and the Award protested against;
be accompanied by a deposit of $50.
15.2 The Secretary shall advise the President when a protest is received and the President shall appoint a Protest Board consisting of such members of the Board as she/he may determine to consider and determine the matter.
15.3 The Protest Board shall proceed in all respects according to the justice of the case and may decide the issue according to equity and good conscience without being bound by legal technicalities or the laws of evidence.
15.4 A protest shall not be upheld on the ground that the Judge made an honest but incorrect decision unless it is proved to the satisfaction of the Protest Board that the Judge had been willfully or accidentally misled by the act of some other person.
15.5 If the Protest Board should be of the opinion that the protest was frivolous the deposit may be forfeited.
15.6 The decision of the Protest Board shall be final and conclusive.
15.7 For the purpose of this regulation an Award shall be deemed to be made when the results of the class in question are announced or otherwise made available to the public.
16 DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE
16.1 The functions of the Disciplinary Committee shall be to hear and determine all complaints, allegations and other matters relating to:
prohibited substances, as defined in these General Rules or Sectional Regulations.
any alleged breach of the Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Society by an exhibitor and relating to an exhibit or to a competition, except if the alleged breach is of a kind that the Chief Steward of a Section considers is of a less serious nature and should properly be dealt with by the Sectional Sub Committee, and
any other alleged breach of the Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Society that may be referred to Disciplinary Committee.
16.2 The Disciplinary Committee shall comprise of such members of the Societies Management Committee as are appointed by the Management Committee from time to time.
16.3 The Management Committee shall appoint a member of the Disciplinary Committee as Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee.
16.4 For the purposes of any proceedings of the Disciplinary Committee, the Disciplinary Committee shall comprise, no less than three of its members and those persons shall constitute the Disciplinary Committee for the purpose of those proceedings.
16.5 If a member of the Disciplinary Committee dies or becomes otherwise unable or unwilling to participate in proceedings, then:
if this occurs prior to the commencement of any hearing in relation to the matter, the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee shall appoint a replacement: and,
if this occurs after the commencement of any hearing in relation to the matter, the remaining members of the Disciplinary Committee shall constitute the Committee for the purposes of concluding the proceedings.
16.6 Proceedings before the Disciplinary Committee may be initiated:
upon the request, orally or in writing, of the President.
upon receipt by the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of a written complaint relating to a matter referred to in these regulations.
by the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee on his or her own motion.
16.7 The Disciplinary Committee may conduct proceedings at any time.
16.8 All persons who constitute the Disciplinary Committee for the purposes of any proceedings must be present at any hearing conducted by the Disciplinary Committee.
16.9 A person whose conduct is called into question in any proceedings before the Disciplinary Committee must be given notice of a hearing. It shall be sufficient for such notice to be given orally and by any such person acting with the apparent authority of the Society.
16.10The Disciplinary Committee may conduct proceedings notwithstanding that any person who has been given notice fails to attend the proceedings.
16.11The Disciplinary Committee shall not be bound by any rules of evidence and shall conduct the proceedings with the minimum of formality and in such a manner as it sees fit.
16.12The Disciplinary Committee may require any member or exhibitor to attend at any proceedings of the Disciplinary Committee and to furnish such information and evidence and to produce such documents relevant to the proceedings as to the Disciplinary Committee sees fit.
16.13The Disciplinary Committee may, at its discretion, call for and hear expert evidence.
16.14No persons will be legally represented without the leave of the Disciplinary Committee.
16.15The Disciplinary Committee may announce its decision orally or in writing. A decision that is announced orally shall have effect in accordance with its terms.
16.16 If the opinion of the Disciplinary Committee is not unanimous, the decision of the majority shall prevail. If the Disciplinary Committee are equally divided on any question concerning the guilt or innocence of a person, the question shall be resolved in that person's favour.
17.1 If the Disciplinary Committee considers that there has been a breach of the rules, By-laws or regulations of the Society, it may impose such a penalty as it considers to be appropriate, including without limitation:
a monetary fine (payable at such time/s as the Disciplinary Committee may determine);
withdrawal or witholding of any award or ribbon;
disqualification in respect of any class;
expulsion from the Showground;
where the person concerned is a member, a suspension or termination of that membership;
prohibiting a person from exhibiting or competing at the current Show or at any future Show;
a direction that an Exhibit be removed from the Showground;
any other mandatory requirement; and
any other penalty provided for in other regulations of the Society.
17.2 There shall be no appeal from any decision of the Disciplinary Committee.
17.3 The Association may publish to:
all Agricultural Societies in Queensland;
the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies;
the relevant Breed Societies;
the body with which the exhibit is registered, or is eligible for registration;
the result of any proceedings before the Disciplinary Committee in which a person has been found guilty of a breach of any rule, By-Law or Regulation. or against any Committee member, member, employee, volunteer or agent of the Society in respect
17.4 The Society shall have no liability to any person in respect of any publication referred to above.
17.5 No person shall have any claim against the Society or against any Committee member, member, employee, volunteer or agent of the Society in respect of any act, matter or thing done in good faith during or in connection with the proceedings before the Disciplinary Committee.
ALL RIDERS TO WEAR HELMETS
101 Best Presented Thoroughbred
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Thoroughbred
105 Best Presented ANSA
Champion and Reserve Champion Led ANSA
109 Best Presented Warmblood
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Warmblood
SHOW HUNTER LED
113 Best Presented Show Hunter
114 Led Show Hunter Pony
115 Led Show Hunter Galloway
116 Led Show Hunter Horse
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Show Hunter
ARABIAN/PART BREED ARABIAN LED
117 Best Presented Arabian/Part Breed Arabian
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Arabian/Part Breed Arabian
ANY OTHER BREED LED – NOT IN SCHEDULE
121 Best Presented Any Other Breed
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Any Other Breed
JUDGING OF SUPREME LED HORSE OF THE SHOW. Will be judged on completion of all led classes in Rings 1,2,3 and 4
125 Thoroughbred under saddle
126 ANSA under saddle
127 Warmblood under saddle
128 Arabian, Part Bred Arabian under saddle
129 Any Other Breed (not in schedule) under saddle
130 Maiden Hack
131 Novice Hack
132 Open Hack 15H NE 15.2H
133 Open Hack 15.2H NE 16H
134 Open Hack 16H and over
135 Open Ladies Hack
136 Open Gentlemen’s Hack
137 Child’s Hack to be ridden by a child under 17 years
Champion and Reserve Champion Open Hack of Show
138 Maiden Hunter Hack
139 Novice Hunter Hack
140 Open Hunter Hack 15H NE 15.2H
141 Open Hunter Hack 15.2H NE 16H
142 Open Hunter Hack 16H and over
143 AHHA Show Hunter Hack
144 Open Ladies Hunter Hack
145 Open Gentleman’s Hunter Hack
146 Child’s Hunter Hack to be ridden by a child under 17 years
Champion and Reserve Champion Hunter Hack of Show
147 Local Hack – must reside within 30km of Oakey
148 Pleasure Hack – to be ridden in a snaffle bridle
149 Constellation Hack – open to Hacks that have not won a 1st prize today (free entry)
ADULT RIDER CLASSES
150 Open Lady Rider over 17 years
151 Open Gent Rider over 17 years
Champion & Reserve Champion Adult Rider
ALL RIDERS TO WEAR HELMETS
Prize money donated by Max Jannusch
LED MINIATURE HORSES AND PONIES UNDER 10.2 HANDS
201 Best Presented Miniature
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Miniature
LED SHETLAND PONIES
205 Best Presented Shetland
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Shetland
LED RIDING PONY
209 Best Presented Riding Pony
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Riding Pony
LED SADDLE PONY
213 Best Presented Saddle Pony
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Saddle Pony
ANY OTHER PONY
217 Best Presented Stud Book Pony
Champion and Reserve Champion Any Other Pony
JUDGING OF SUPREME LED PONY OF SHOW – Sponsored by A & D Mason
Will be judged on completion of all led classes in Rings 1,2,3 and 4
221 Maiden Pony Hack NE 14H
222 Newcomer Pony Hack NE 14H
223 Novice Pony Hack NE 14H
224 Open Pony Hack under 12H
225 Open Pony Hack over 12H and NE 13H
226 Open Pony Hack over 13H and NE 14H
Champion & Reserve Champion Open Pony Hack
227 Maiden Hunter Pony Hack NE 14H
228 Newcomer Hunter Pony Hack NE 14H
229 Novice Hunter Pony NE 14H
230 Open Hunter Pony under 12H
231 Open Hunter Pony 12.2H NE 13H
232 Open Hunter Pony 13H NE 14H
233 AHHA Show Hunter Pony NE 14H
Champion & Reserve Champion Hunter Pony
234 Local Pony Hack – must reside within 30km of Oakey
235 Pair of Pony Hacks
236 Pleasure Pony Hacks – to be ridden in a snaffle bridle (without spurs & whips)
237 Consolation Pony Hack – open to Ponies that have not won a 1st, 2nd or 3rd ribbon today (free entry)
JUVENILE RIDER CLASSES
238 Leadline Rider – not eligible for Champion
239 Boy or Girl Rider under 8 years
240 Boy or Girl Rider 8 years & under 10 years
241 Boy or Girl Rider 10 years & under 12 years
Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Rider of Show
242 Boy or Girl Rider 12 years & under 15 years
243 Boy or Girl Rider 15 years & under 17 years
Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Rider of Show
JUDGING OF SUPREME CHAMPION RIDER OF SHOW – Ken Shorten Memorial Trophy – donated by The Shorten Family (after the completion of the Adult Rider classes)
ALL RIDERS TO WEAR HELMETS
Sponsored by Rodney and Leah Chicken
COLOURAMA (APPALOOSA, PALOUSE) LED
301 Best Presented Colourama
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Colourama
STOCK HORSES LED
305 Best Presented Stock Horse
Champion Led Stock Horse – The Ted Biltoft Memorial Trophy donated by the Biltoft and Byers Families and Sash.
Reserve Champion Led Stock Horse
QUARTER HORSES LED
309 Best Presented Quarter Horse
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Quarter Horse
313 Best Presented Pinto
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Pinto
317 Best Presented Paint Led
Champion & Reserve Champion Paint Led
PAINT BRED LED
321 Best Presented Paint Led
Champion & Reserve Champion Paint Bred Led
JUDGING OF SUPREME LED HORSE OF THE SHOW - Will be judged on completion of all led classes in Rings 1,2,3 and 4
325 Quarter Horse under saddle
326 Paint, Paint Bred under saddle
327 Pinto, Appaloosa, Palouse under saddle
328 Australian Stock Horse Hack
329 Australian Stock Horse Working – 3 years & Under
330 Australian Stock Horse Working – Over 3 years
331 Australian Stock Horse Junior Rider (16 years and under)
332 Working Stock Horse under saddle. Open to all horses. A whip is required. Ability to be demonstrated.
333 Stockmans Turnout. Open to all horses. Judged on authentic Australian droving style.
334 Local Working Stock Horse under saddle. Open to all horses.
(Rider and horse must reside within 30km of Oakey).
GALLOWAY SHOW HACKS
335 Maiden Galloway Hack
336 Novice Galloway Hack
337 Galloway Hack over 14H & NE 14.2H
338 Galloway Hack over 14.2H & NE 15H
339 Adult Galloway Hack
340 Childs Galloway Hack – to be ridden by a child under 17 years
Champion & Reserve Champion Galloway Hack - sponsored by Horseland Toowoomba
GALLOWAY HUNTER HACKS
341 Maiden Galloway Hunter Hack
342 Novice Galloway Hunter Hack
343 Hunter Galloway 14H & NE 14.2H
344 Hunter Galloway over 14.2H & NE 15H
345 AHHA Galloway Hunter Hack
346 Adult Hunter Hack
347 Childs Hunter Hack to be ridden by a child under 17 years
Champion & Reserve Champion Hunter Galloway
348 Local Galloway Hack – must reside within 30 km of Oakey
349 Pleasure Galloway Hack – to be ridden in a snaffle bridle
350 Consolation Galloway Hack – open to horses that have not won a 1st prize today (free entry)
ALL RIDERS TO WEAR HELMETS
401 Best Presented Palomino
402 Led Stallion/Colt
403 Led Mare/Filly
404 Led Gelding
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Palomino
BUCKSKIN AND DUN LED
405 Best Presented Buckskin or Dun
406 Led Stallion/Colt
407 Led Mare/Filly
408 Led Gelding
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Buckskin or Dun
ANY OTHER SOLID DILUTE LED
409 Best Presented any other Solid Dilute
410 Led Stallion/Colt
411 Led Mare/Filly
412 Led Gelding
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Any Other Dilute
DA NON SOLID DILUTE LED
(BROKEN COLOURED MUST BE REG WITH DA)
413 Best Presented DANSD
414 Led Stallion/Colt
415 Led Mare/Filly
416 Led Gelding
Champion and Reserve Champion Led DANSD
SUPREME DILUTE (Champions from above are eligible for Supreme) – Sponsored by Corralyn Stud
417 Best Presented Ancillary
418 Led Ancillary Stallion/Colt
419 Led Ancillary Mare/Filly
420 Led Ancillary Gelding
Champion and Reserve Champion Led Ancillary
Junior Handler (horse must be reg with one of the above sections)
HEAVY HORSES LED
421 Best Presented Heavy Horse
422 Led Stallion/Colt
423 Led Mare/Filly
424 Led Gelding
Champion and Reserve Champion Heavy Horse
JUDGING OF SUPREME LED HORSE OF THE SHOW - Will be judged on completion of all led classes in Rings 1,2,3 and 4
DILUTE UNDER SADDLE
425 Ridden Palomino
426 Ridden Buckskin or Dun
427 Ridden Other Dilute
428 Ridden Ancillary
OWN EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR THESE FOLLOWING CLASSES
429 Ridden Heavy Horse
430 Best Presented Heavy Horse in Harness
431 Heavy Horse Harnessed to a Slide (Horse & Workout)
432 Single Turnout – wheeled vehicle
433 Multiple Turnout
434 Farm Implement Turnout – Single or Multiple, to include an implement on top.
435 Single Log Snigging
436 Pairs Log Snigging
437 Single Slide Obstacle
438 Pairs Slide Obstacle
439 Turnout Class
440 Horse in Harness
441 Pony in Harness
442 Multiple Harness Class
443 Lady Whip
444 Gentlemen Whip
445 Single Harness Driving Obstacle Course
446 Multiple Harness Driving Obstacle Course
Champion and Reserve Champion Harness Exhibit
ALL RIDERS TO WEAR HELMETS
Show jumping Section subject to prevailing weather conditions
Chief Steward: George Byers Phone: 07 4691 1656 (AH)
All nominations to be paid at the Centre Horse Ring. No refunds.
Commences 8am on Saturday of the Show. Nominate on the day. Judge under EFA rules.
In all jumping events helmets must be to Australian standards, boots must be worn.
Class 501 30cm AM3 – Open to competitors 12 years & under. Entry fee $2.00
1st $20.00 2nd $10.00 3rd $5.00
Class 502 60cm AM5 – Open to competitors under 17 years. Entry fee $2.00
1st $20.00 2nd $10.00 3rd $5.00
Class 503 90cm AM5 Entry fee $4.00
1st $40.00 2nd $30.00 3rd $15.00
Class 504 105cm AM5 Entry fee $6.00
1st $60.00 2nd $40.00 3rd $20.00
Class 505 115cm AM5 Entry fee $7.00
1st $70.00 2nd $65.00 3rd $45.00 4th $25.00 5th $10.00
Class 506 130cm AM5 Entry fee $10.00
1st $100.00 2nd $75.00 3rd $60 4th $30.00 5th $15.00
Class 507 Top Score Entry Fee $7.00
1st $70.00 2nd $55.00 3rd $40.00 4th $25.00 5th $10.00
High Point Rider – Sponsored by Riverina Stockfeeds
High Point Horse – Sponsored by Riverina Stockfeeds