SCWPCA AGM & Points Awards
In Hand & Performance Points Scheme
On Sunday 2nd February 2019 we held our 2018 annual points award presentation alongside our AGM.
This year we were lucky to have prizes donated by Le Meiux Horse Health so a huge thank you to them.
Thanks also to Frasiers Stud who donated medals and trophies for junior riders.
We would like to thank all members who participated, and hope you all do again for our 2019 points scheme.
Full results of the 2018 awards along with the 2019 rules and forms can be downloaded below.
All horses/ponies must be owned by a Member of the Association and must be registered in the Stud Book, the Appendix or the Part Bred Register of the WPCS.Registration numbers and breeding must be shown on the Entry Form.
The Competitions are open to Stallions, Colts, Mares, Fillies and Geldings.
The competitions run from 1st January – 30th November.
Keeping the welfare of the ponies and cobs in mind, results from no more than 25 competitions may be counted – rallies, training and hunting are in addition to this.
Points may be accumulated at any Show/Competition.
The following Classes are not eligible to be included: Best Turned Out, Gymkhana, Equitation, Combination of Pony/Rider, Best Rider, Best Lady/Gentlemen/Junior Whip, Concours d’Elegance.
The Name of the Show, date and description of the classes entered must be recorded on the entry form.
If a horse/pony changes ownership during the year, points earned may be transferred to the new owner ONLY if they are a member of SCWPCA.
Personalised Rosettes will be awarded at the Annual General Meeting.
There will be awards for the following categories for each Section, Part Bred & All Breeds: Best Adult, Best Youngstock, Best Foal (In Hand Comp only), Best Gelding, Best Members Stud, Best Dressage, Best Show Jumping, Best Eventing, Best WHP, Best Showing, Best Driving, Best Junior, Best PC/RC, Best Hunting, Best Exhibitor, and Supreme In Hand & Perpormance.
You can download the rules & entry forms below.
Please ensure you fill in the correct entry form.
The entry fee of £9 per horse/pony entered must accompany the entry form. All entries must be in by 7th December 2019.
Click here for 2018 results.
Click here for 2016 results.
Click here for 2015 results.