Invitation Future Star
European Foal Show

 

 

 15th & 16th of June 2019 

Vilhelmsborg, Denmark

 

 

 

Organiser

Dansk Selskab for Arabisk Hesteavl

Bendiksensvej 3 – DK 6740 Bramming

Phone +45 31626443 –   e-mail sekretariat@dsah.dk

www.dsah.dk

 

ECAHO – Affiliated no. Future Star : 062-2019/DEN

 

Judges

Mrs. Sylvie Eberhardt, Germeny

Mr. Christian Moschini, Italy

Mr. Ferdinand Huemer, Austria

Mr. Peter Birch, Denmark

 

DC

Dr. med. Vet. Patricia Hass Pilborg, Denmark

Mrs.  Line Brunsgaard Denmark

Dr. med. Vet. Mie Hansen, Denmark

                                           

Ringsteward

Pending

 

Secretary

Mrs. Sabrina Hoyer

 

Speaker

Mrs. Mia Hvid-Wraa

 

Computer

 Arabian Essens

 

Point responsible

Arabian Essens

 

Point system: 20 points system with half points

 

 

 Classes with fewer than 10 entries may not be split. 

 

Stableing

Boxes are at your disposal from Friday noon till Monday morning. Arrival Friday evening later than 22:30 will not be accepted without appointment with the DC Mrs Line Brunsgaard mobile. 0045 2420 0255

 

Conditions of Entry 

Open to horses that are registered at birth in a WAHO recognised studbook of a European Country (as defined in Art. 3.2 of the Constitution of ECAHO), and

• breeder and owner must be person(s) with European nationality

• breeder and owner must be a company exclusively owned by person(s) with European nationality

• breeder and owner must be a Stud farm exclusively owned by person(s) with European nationality

• breeder and owner must be a Stud farm exclusively owned by a European government (state stud)

• breeder does not need to be owner of the horse

• no co-ownership is allowed with a person without European Nationality or a company or a studfarm that is owned by a person or entity without European Nationality

• studbook registration of ownership must be at least 6 months before the date of the show 

 

The closing date of entry is: 31st of May 2019

 

 

Conflict of interest

Exhibitors will declare on the entry form any actual or apparent conflict of interest with any of

the judges invited for the show. Any exhibitor not declaring an existing conflict of interest will

forfeit all entry fees and will be prevented from showing the horse. The list of participations will be forwarded the judges before the show so the judges can declare if there is any conflict of interest.

 

Documents

All horses must be free from infections and from a livestock free from epidemic diseases. They must be effectively vaccinated against Influenza (ECAHO rules). The Vaccination-Certificate/Passports is to be presented before unloading the horses.

 

Foals - for identification purposes

Foals under six months shown in foal classes with their own mother need no special documentation, but the mother must have all necessary documents. Foals over six months shown without their dam, foals from Embryo Transplant or foals with foster mothers which are shown in foal classes and do not yet have a passport, must be micro-chipped and in possession of a copy of the official Stud Book Registration form, showing the micro-chip number and the graphic description of the foal.  

 

Foal Classes In those shows where foal classes are held

a) Foals may not compete in EAHSC Championships, nor will they qualify for any future Title or A Show.

b) When foal classes are organized at EAHSC affiliated shows, the EAHSC Rules will apply. c) Foals must have a minimum age of four weeks at the date of the show, and must be shown at foot (with the dam) up to 6 months of age. Orphaned or rejected foals under six months may not be shown.

d) The use of metal halters and halters with metal chains is forbidden.  

 

Rules for ties

In the event of a tie in the qualifying places of a class, the higher place will be given to the horse with the most points for type. If there is still a tie, the higher place will be given to the horse with the most points for movement. Failing a decision on either of these, one judge chosen by ballot will name his preference.

 

Rules for Championships

Horses placed first, second and third in their respective classes qualify for the Championships.

There will be three prize winners. 

Gold Champion - Silver Champion - Bronze Champion

 

Open method

The Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners will be selected from amongst all the horses which have qualified in their respective classes for each championship. The number of horses qualified from each class will be officially announced by the show organizer in the schedule and the show catalogue.


The Championships will be judged as follows:
a. All the horses qualified for the championship will enter the ring and line up according to the numerical order of their catalogue numbers.
b. The horses will be judged individually, standing and trotting.
c. Each judge will nominate his choice for gold silver and bronze medals together at the same time, from amongst all the horses qualified for the championship.
 

Points will be given to the nominated horses as follows:

A horse nominated by a judge for Gold Medal will receive 4 points.                              

A horse nominated by a judge for Silver Medal will receive 2 points.

 A horse nominated by a judge for Bronze Medal will receive 1 point.

The Gold Medal will be awarded to the horse with the most votes for Gold Medal Champion. In case of an equal amount of vote for Gold Medal Champion, the Gold Medal will be awarded to the horse with the highest number of championships points. From the remaining horses:
The Silver Medal will be awarded to the horse with the highest number of championship points.
The Bronze Medal will be awarded to the horse with the 2nd highest number of championship points. In the case of a tie, the Rules for Ties in championships will be followed.
 

The judges will not discuss the horses.

                   A fourth horse will be selected, which will become the Bronze medal winner should one of the three medal winners be disqualified. If this exhibit is not apparent from the voting papers, the judges will be asked to nominate one. This horse will not be announced. In the event that two or more of the medal winners aredisqualified, no further substitution will be made.

 

All horses that qualify for the Championship must take part in the Championship. Unless a certificate from the DC veterinarian is produced, failure to compete will disqualify the horse from the show, with its record of score and class placing being deleted and the horse being disqualified from showing for the period of one year as from the date of the show. In the event of a disqualification, horses placed behind the disqualified horse will move up a place in the class. Should a horse be sent out of the ring by the judges or taken out by the handler for any reason, it will be deemed to have taken part in the championship. 

 

All horses that are awarded a medal in the  Championship must take part in the Championship prizegiving ceremony. Unless the DC decides otherwise in which case any representative of the horse may accept the medal without the horse being present, absence of the horse or any representative to appear in the prize giving ceremony will disqualify the horse from the show with its record of score in the class and championship placing being deleted and the horse being disqualified from the showing for the period of one year from the date of the show. In the event of a disqualification, all horses placed behind the disqualified horse will move up one place in the Championship

There can be doping tests of the champions, and other horses may be tested at the discretion of the DC or judges, according to the ECAHO and FEI Veterinary Regulations.

 

Liability disclaimer

The organiser shall not be liable for death, disease, or damage to any person, horse, or property, however caused. It is furthermore an express condition of entry that each entrant shall indemnify the organisers against all actions, costs, claims, demands or liability what-so-ever arising out of any action in which he or she may be concerned.

 

Sponsorship and Advertisement

All advertisements for the catalogue must be delivered in media ready format. All banners for the show ring must be delivered as one piece and must be printed on plastic (PVC), textile or paper. The organiser cannot be made responsible for any damage to the show ring banners. All banners will be placed by the organiser.

 

Payment

Please send your payment together with the entry form and copy of registration certificate, by bank transfer to the following bank account: Jyske Bank. Swift: JYBADKKK IBAN: DK3771730001293883 Account  7173 1293883 with information about your payment to the following address:

 

DSAH Office
Dansk Selskab for Arabisk Heste Avl
Bendiksensvej 3
DK - 6740 Bramming

Phone: +45 31626443

E-mail sekretariat@dsah.dk  - www.dsah.dk

 

If you have any questions, or we can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.