What height is C grade showjumping?

What height is C grade showjumping?


Grade Show Jumping Heights Eventing Heights
D Grade 60cm to 75cm 60cm
C Grade * 75cm – 90 cm 80cm
B Grade * 90 cm – 105cm 90cm
A Grade * 105cm to 120cm 105cm

What height is Pony Club Novice?

Junior shows are only for junior members riding ponies. The junior classes are New Recruits (60/65cm), British Novice (80cm), Discovery (90cm), Newcomers (1m) and Foxhunter (1.10m).

How old does a horse have to be to go to Pony Club?

The Pony Club is for everyone up to the age of 25, and members come from all walks of life and all riding abilities.

What does unaffiliated showjumping mean?

Unaffiliated shows are used as training shows or for non-serious competitors, where the horse and rider can compete at any level without the need for points, but they will not get national or international credit.

How high do Grand Prix horses jump?

Grand Prix: the highest level of show jumping. Run under International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI) rules, the horse jumps a course of 10 to 16 obstacles, with heights up to 1.6 meters (5 feet 3 inches) and spreads of up to 2.0 metres (6 ft 7 in).

What is a Grade B showjumper?

Horse grading: Affiliated horses are classed under three categories, depending on how many points they have won: Grade C: 0-999. Grade B: 1,000-1,999. Grade A: 2,000 points or more.

What does grade C Bsja mean?

In theory it is winnings (this is notional winnings). 0-£1000 is Grade C. 1000-2000 is Grade B. 2000+ is Grade A.

What level is 2 * eventing?

Two-star. What it involves: This level is similar to that of BE novice and intermediate. The dressage tests include leg-yielding, rein-back and medium paces. The showjumping is up to 1.15m in height and the cross-country phase has a maximum height of 1.10m.

Is Pony Club a charity?

The Pony Club is a voluntary organisation founded in England in 1929. It is one of 16 organisations that form the British Equestrian Federation. The Pony Club was granted independent charitable status on 1 January 1997, and there are around 330 branches and 480 centres in the UK.

Do you have to own a horse to join Pony Club?

You don’t need to own a pony to join The Pony Club!

What are the rules of showjumping?

What are the showjumping rules?

  • Pole knockdown: 4 points.
  • Foot in water: 4 points.
  • First refusal (horse stops) at a fence: 4 points.
  • Second refusal: Elimination.
  • Fall of horse or rider: Elimination.
  • Time fault: 1 point for every second/fraction of second (show dependent) over set time.

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