The course will be set-up from 1.30pm and available for clear rounds until 5.30pm. Participants can set the jumps at whatever height they wish. The cost will be £10 per horse for club members and £12 per horse for non-members, payable in advance to one of the West Kype team. Warm up will be available in the adjoining floodlit outdoor school. Rather than set a cost per round we have set a cost per horse to come and have a reasonable play around the jumps as we understand that sometimes you just have to play it by ear ! We trust this will not be abused.
Show Jumping Competition
The evening’s competition will start at 6.30pm prompt with the following classes available;
Class 1 Cross Poles
Class 2 Cross Poles and Straights
Class 3 Starter Novice 40cm
Class 4 Nursery Novice – 50cm (will start at 7.00pm)
Class 5 Novice – 65cm
Class 6 Intermediate – 75-80cm
Class 7 Open
Class 8 Large Open if demand
Cost of entry; Member £7, non-members £8
A WKRC Loyalty Card ! For every 5 classes you jump you will be entitled to 1 class free, available to members and non-members alike.
All classes open to both horses and ponies, separate awards for juniors (under 16 at the 1st Jan 2017) and seniors.
All riders must abide by BSJA rules at all times, traditional style riding boots must be worn, smart/casual show attire required, jodhpur clips or half chaps to be worn.
Dogs are not allowed out of their vehicles.
WKRC, it’s officials and those working for it disclaim any responsibility for any accident to persons, animal’s, property howsoever caused whilst on it’s premises.
SJ Points League
Throughout the winter WKRC will run a points league from the Thursday night competitions. At the end of the winter season fabulous prizes will be presented to the winners and runners up in the following categories;
Cross-poles & Cross Poles and Straights, genuine novice combinations only, points will be given for the number of accumulated double clears in both classes over the series
Best junior aged 12 and under as at 1 Jan 2018 (this will be the criteria through to the end of the league in March 2019)
Best junior aged 13 to 15 as at 1 Jan 2018 (this will be the criteria through to the end of the league in March 2019)
Points will be awarded for juniors and seniors in every class and tracked by rider/horse combination with points from their first two classes on the night being logged for the SJ league. Cumulative points will be displayed on the web-site. Points will be awarded from 6 to 1 with 6 going to first place, 5 to second and so on. Points will only be awarded to combinations going clear in the first round. The winners at the end of the season will be the rider/horse combinations within the specified age groups who have accumulated the most points.