NPS Scotland Harbro – Points Scheme 2018

As we have just completed our first year of the revised Points Scheme which superseded the traditional Performance Scheme everyone seems to be happy with the new format which now welcomes entries from Ridden and Driving disciplines as well In Hand competitors too.

The objective of this scheme still remains the same as a competition to promote and recognise the versatility of all the native breeds and their part-breds.

Riders/drivers/handlers can be of any age, and members and non-members of NPS Scotland are open to enter. Entry fees are £10 for NPS Scotland members and £15 for non-members. The competition runs from 1st January to 31st December each year. Entries can be made throughout the year as long as you have kept a log of your results.

Ponies are awarded points which are graded according to the activity which range from attending Pony Club games and rallies to competing at Driving Marathons, Long Distance Rides, Hunter Trials or Horse of the Year Show. There truly is something for everyone in this competition. See Points Scheme 2018 Record Book for details on how points are awarded.

Miss Louise Oliphant
Miss Louise Oliphant
Performance Scheme Organiser

Glassie Farm
Aberfeldy
Perthshire
PH15 2JN
Mob: 07715690053

To enter by post please complete and return the 2017 Entry Form

To enter online please use the Enter online button.

The prize giving takes place at the NPS Scotland AGM in February each year.

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2018 rules

We no longer require each Show Secretary to sign your log book, instead we require a contact name and telephone number for the show/event. Spot checks for accuracy will be carried out.

Harbro continue sponsorship of NPS Scotland Points Scheme for 2018

We are delighted that Harbro are extending their sponsorship of the Points Scheme for 2018.  Harbro took over the sponsorship in 2016 of the then Performance Scheme which was then revised to the Points Scheme in 2017.  Having just completed the first year of this new competition which seems to be running well and is now starting to roll out to include more new exhibitors from a spread of disciplines NPS Scotland are delighted to see the very wide range of native ponies and part breds who are excelling in performance throughout the country.

The 2017 prize giving at the AGM in February saw all prize winners receive Harbro vouchers along with fabulous rugs, and saddle cloths to the champions and reserves all very kindly sponsored by Harbro.  Harbro operates a network of country stores spanning Scotland, supplying both the farming, equestrian and wider rural community with quality products for country life. link to HARBRO  On behalf of our winners thank you to Harbro, and we very much look forward to working together for 2018.

2017 Performance Scheme Results are as follows:

Lady Fairfax Lucy Trophy (1st-10th) – Overall Performance Champion

Champion Maisy Duncan Tahuna Caramel
Reserve Champion Lindsey Mundell Rushfield Little Gem
3rd Melanie Scott Lady Zara
4th Lesley McNaughton-Wells Leeshill Lord
5th Sophie Beaumont Glenmore of Roisbheinn
6th Evie Horisk Aithernie Hynod
7th Jodie Caig Lyndhuyrst Breeze
8th Rebecca Chalmers Moulzie Thunder
9th MC Nimmo (Shirley Mellias) Duntarvie Anthony
10th Lorraine Hamilton (Shanyn Wilson) Legerview Charlotte

 

The Lady Farifax Lucy is a points accumulator for all disciplines including driving, endurance riding, horse trials, dressage etc  In this competition we offer champion with a silver trophy and reserve with placings to 10th place.

 

The Treasure Island Trophy which is a point’s accumulator for showing competitions

Champion Maisy Duncan Tahuna Caramel Welsh A
Reserve Champion Christine Anderson’s Rushfield Milton Duff Dartmoor
3rd Sarah Jane Crichton Corkhill Lennon
4th Gillian McMurray Trailtrow Lille
5th Pat Rennie Lomondside Jade
6th Gail Whetter Barhill Marigold

There are also Trophies and ‘best of breed’ rosettes which were awarded as follows:-

The Chesterhill Cup for the best Part bred pony

Roandale Saxon and Lesley McNaughton-Wells, he is a Dales x gypsy cob.

Driving Trophy

Llanarth Tango and Caroline Watson

Toffee Cup for best Dressage

Airthnie My Hopes and Evie Horisk

Shreddie Cup for best Jumping

Zara Lady and Melanie Scott

In Hand Trophy

Trailtrow Lille and Gillian McMurray

Junior Cup

Tahuna Caramel and Maisy Duncan

Welsh Sec A   Tahuna Caramel and Maisy Duncan

Welsh Sec C    Rushfield Little Gem and Lindsey Mundell

Welsh Sec D    Llanarth Tango and Caroline Watson

Dales pony      Leeshill Lord and Lesley McNaughton-Wells

Connemara     Zara Lady and Melanie Scott

Dartmoor        Rushfield Milton Duff and Christine Aderson

Exmoor            Barhill Marigold and Gail Whetter

Fell pony         Greenholme Emblem and Gwen Rae

Highland         Glenmore of Roisbheinn and Sophie Beaumont

New Forest    Lundhurst Breeze and Jodie Caig

Meet our NPS Scotland Harbro Performance Scheme winners in 2017

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Meet our NPS Scotland Harbro Performance Scheme winners in 2016

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