IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & IVERK SHOW SOCIETY
THE ALL IRELAND BROODMARE AND FOAL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Prize Fund approx: €4300
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Entries are confined to registered non-thoroughbred broodmares with a foal at foot.
2. Each mare and her foal will be judged as a unit: 60% for the mare and 40% for the foal.
3. This competition is open to animals registered in a World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) studbook or a Department of Agriculture Food and The Marine (DAFM) approved studbook with recorded breeding.
4. The mare’s passport will be inspected before judging commences. Exhibitors failing to produce a passport will be debarred from competing.
5. Qualified mares may not compete in other classes at Iverk Show.
6. Foals are eligible to compete in the foal classes at Iverk Show.
7. Foals must be led at all times.
8. The qualifying Exhibitor must fill out their own qualifying Card at each Qualifying Show.
These rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A Rules and the Iverk Show rules.
Champion €1000,2nd €600, 3rd €400, 4th €300, 5th €200, 6th €150, 7th to End €120.
ENTRY FEE: To qualifying show - €10. To final - €20.
An extra prize of €100 will be awarded to the highest placed Mare six years old & younger.
FINAL: IVERK SHOW SATURDAY 26th AUGUST 2023
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS – HORSES AND OTHER EQUINES
As from 1 May 2012, any premises (which includes shows, fairs and markets) where horses or other equines are gathered must be registered with the Department. Owners/persons in charge of such gatherings are required to submit a completed application form for registration and to keep records of movements on/off their premises.
Records must be retained for at least 3 years as they may be required by the Department for the purposes of tracing disease. Records required are
It is important therefore that Show organisers should contact their local Regional Veterinary Office in advance so that consideration can be given to compliance with the requirements outlined above.
All Equines (which include horses, ponies and donkeys) must be identified in accordance with EU and national legislation.
In respect of each equine in their care, a keeper must ensure that