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NPS WHP Spring Show Results 2022

Below link to the Working Hunter Pony Results 2022

WHP Results 23.4.2022

Below link to the Ridden & In Hand Results 2022

Ridden & In Hand Results 2022

Please click on the links below for the NPS Spring Show Results Mark Sheets.

Intermediate WHP Class 5-8 Mark Sheets
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Mixed Height Open Class 9 Mark Sheets
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Novice WHP Class 1-4 Mark Sheets
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RIHS Qualifier Results 10-13 Mark Sheets
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NPS Scotland Sponsorship 2022

With the exciting shows coming up this year, we would like to give your opportunity to sponsor with NPS Scotland.

All class sponsorship goes directly back to the exhibitors and allows us to give prize money for all the classes sponsored.

Click here for more details on how to sponsor. 

EXCITING NEWS!

NPS SCOTLAND POINTS COMPETITION 2022

Free to all members!

The committee of NPS Scotland have decided to make the Annual Points competition FREE to all NPS Scotland members to enter for 2022.  A fee of £10 for non-members.

We are delighted to be working with new sponsors TICK TACK (formerly Stirlingshire Mobile Tack SMT) who primarily supported British Eventing but have extended their support to Pony Club and Riding Club events and now Showing.

TICK TACK is there to provide the items you have ‘forgot’ on the day together with bargains that once seen you must have.

If there is anything you need out with the season, TICK TACK want to provide a personal service and ask you to contact them with your requirements via their Facebook page or mobile 07943 922277.

To get started please download/print off your log book form our website at www.npsscotland.co.uk Then just record your events/placings etc over the season (this can be backdated to 1st January as the competition runs to 31st December 2022).

There will be some great prizes at the awards in February 2023 at the AGM.

Good luck, look forward to seeing you at our shows and enjoy the competitions in 2022. 

Points Scheme 2022 Booklet

NPS Training Bursary Awards 2022

In 2022, NPS Scotland have increased their offer to three training bursaries for under 25 year olds.

These bursaries will be awarded in three age groups. The first being 8 – 12 years, the second to members 13 – 17 years old and the third to members 18 – 25 years old. Age as of the 1st January 2022.

Applications are open to either children/young adults who are members or whose parents/guardians (in the 8 – 17 year old award) are NPS Scotland members.

Funding to the value of £150 for each bursary is being offered to further the successful applicants training and education.

The link to the application form is HERE

Please complete and email to the secretary@npsscotland.co.uk no later than 1st June 2022.

NPS Scotland – Zoom Series 2022

We are delighted to announce our fabulous range of speakers for this winter series of zoom evenings. We hope you enjoy them.

These talks will ONLY be open to NPS Scotland members until the 10th February then we will open them to Non members if numbers allow, so please don’t delay and miss your place.

To register, please email secretary@npsscotland.co.uk

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Tue 15 Feb at 7.30pm with Jim Ferrie FWCF

TITLE:  Assessing & Trimming/Shoeing the front limb in 3 dimensions

DURATION: 50 minutes

Jim Ferrie has made a huge contribution to the world of Farriery both in the UK and overseas.  He has been the Consultant Farrier since 1974 at the Glasgow Vet College and is part of the Farrier Team at the Edinburgh Vet College.

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Tue 22 Feb at 7.30pm with Richard Telford – Producer

TITLE:  Show Production Master Class of Mountain and Moorland and Plaited Ponies

DURATION: 30 mins

We are in for a treat tonight when Richard Telford is offering to share some of his top tips, and do’s and don’ts for showing both M & M ponies and plaited horses and ponies.

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Tue 1 March at 7.30pm with Erik Mackechnie-Guire FBHS

TITLE: Behind the Scenes of the Tokyo Paralympics 

DURATION: 1 hour approx

 Erik MacKechnie-Guire FBHS has very kindly offered to share with us an insight of his involvement at the Tokyo Paralympics last year.  Erik is a respected NPS judge, who is also the Performance Pathway Manager for Para-equestrian Dressage which took him to Tokyo with the team.   This is a rare opportunity to see what goes on in the preparation and during competition at the highest level, a night not to be missed.

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Tue 8th March at 7.30pm with Elinor Steven – Driving 

TITLE: Share an Evening with Elinor Steven on her enthusiasm of Driving her Highland Ponies.

DURATION: 30 mins

We are all in for a treat tonight when Elinor will share her knowledge and passion of her driving experiences with her wonderful Highland Ponies.

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For downloadable copy click here

 

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