Marros Riding Centre - Horse Riding For Everyone.
The Association of British Riding Schools
The Pony Club UK
Carmarthenshire County Council
01994 453 777
When we bought Marros Riding Centre we always said one day, after a few years have passed, we would start an annual show. The 1st Marros show took place on Sunday 3rd August 2003, 10 months after we moved in.
The show was open to anyone who wanted to come along. We had a wonderful number of entrants from both the people who have horses or lessons at Marros and people who came along for the day
Everything was perfect even the weather was glorious. The standard set by the entrants was very high. We all had a great day. Needless to say it will be happening in 2004 as well
Ring 1. Staring 10.00am prompt.
Class 1: Tack and turnout. Special rosettes awarded for best plaited mane an tail.
Class 2: Best young stock in-hand. 3yrs and under. Special rosette awarded to best yearling.
Class 3: Ridden horse. 14.2hh and over.
Class 4: Ridden pony. Under 14.2hh.
Class 5: Ridden coloured horse/pony. Sponsored by Skerry House. Class will be divided into native/traditional and non-native if entries allow.
Class 6: Ridden Mountain and Moorland. Class will be divided into large and small breeds if entries allow.
Ring 2. Starting 10.00am prompt.
Class 7. Lead rein pony. Riders under 8 years.
Class 8: Veteran horse/pony. Horse or pony over 15 years of age in-hand or ridden.
Class 9: Child handler. In-hand or ridden off lead rein. Class will be divided into under 10 yr. and 11-14 if entries allow.
Class 10: Thelwell look-a-like. Sponsored by Miss Rebecca Hamilton, Saundersfoot.
Class 11: Best Mane.
Class 12: Best Tail.
Class 13: Pony judge would like to take home. Sponsored by Michel and Morgan vets, St Clears.
Class 14: Fancy dress.
Handy pony will commence in ring 2 after the fancy dress. Entries to be taken on the day.
All 1st and 2nd placed entries from classes 2-8 will be eligible for the championship, sponsored by Winergy. The championship will commence in ring 1 after the completion of all qualifying classes. The winner will be awarded the Winergy trophy.
Ring 3. Starting 10.00am. Entries to be taken on the day.
Clear round jumping. Approx. 1'6". 10.00am-1.00am. Rosettes awarded for clear rounds.
Gymkhana. Sponsored by Kiln Park, Tenby.
Mini games for lead rein competitors 2.00pm.
Gymkhana tournament 3.00pm. Bending, Stepping stones, Chase me Charlie, Apple bobbing. Winners will be automatically entered into the final walk trot canter race for the Kiln Park trophy.
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