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Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series Information & Conditions

The aim of the Tattersalls Ireland / Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series 2024 is to identify racehorses which are judged to have transitioned to be suitable riding horses.  The horses entered in the classes should demonstrate good movement, rideability and correct conformation. Each class will be judged as a hunter class.

 

THE DURATION

The Showing Pathway Series which incorporates 8 qualifiers, will commence on Sunday May 26th, with the final on Sunday September 1st. The following shows have been confirmed and provide a good geographical range.

 

THE CLASSES

The ex-racehorses will be divided into two categories to support horses in early retraining and the more experienced horses. (For safety reasons, if sufficient entries are received for the Novice Racehorse to Riding Horse Class, the class will be divided into two sections) :

NOVICE RACEHORSE TO RIDING HORSE CLASS

  • For horses 4 years older, mares and gelding, any height. Riders minimum age 16yo.
  • A novice is a horse in its first two years of affiliated competition* and has not won a Racehorse to Riding Horse class prior to this season’s competition.
  • Horses to be ridden in a snaffle bridle only, with a plain cavesson noseband.
  • Novice horses will not be required to gallop. The judge will not ride Novice horses, but will request a short individual show, as defined by the judge(s).
    *(not above Dressage Ireland preliminary, Eventing Ireland EI90, Showjumping Ireland 90cms, AIRC intermediate, IPC intermediate)

OPEN RACEHORSE TO RIDING HORSE CLASS

  • For horses 4 years older, mares and gelding, any height.  Riders minimum age 16yo.
  • Horses that have won a Racehorse to Riding Horse class in previous seasons must compete in the Open class. 
  • Horses to be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle with a plain cavesson noseband.  Riders will be asked to extend the canter with the class.  Horses to be ridden by the judge.

ENTRIES

Entries are to be made directly to the show. Please ensure you bring your Weatherby’s Ireland (or equivalent studbook) Passport to the show. Entrants MUST be registered with Treo Eile to compete. You can do so here for FREE. 

 

QUALIFICATION FOR THE FINAL

  • The first and second prize winners in the Novice and the Open class at each qualifier, will qualify for the final.  In the case where the first and/or second placed horse has already qualified, the next placed horse may qualify for the final at the judges discretion.
  • Combinations may only compete in one section (either Novice or Open) at the final of the Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway series. A Novice combination that has qualified for the final, and also qualifies in an Open qualifier throughout the series, must compete in the Open section of the Treo Eile Pathway series final. 
  • The qualified rider/horse combination, may only compete at the Final of the series

JUDGING OF THE FINAL

A Confirmation and a Ridden judge will be used at the final.

 

PRIZES:

At each of the qualifiers:

  • The winner will receive a Tattersalls Ireland rug.
  • First to sixth placed with receive Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series rosettes.
  • There will be a prize fund of €300 per class which will be shared as follow €100, €75, €50, €25, €25, €25.

At the final:

  • The winner of each category will receive a rug. 
  • First to sixth placed Tattersalls Ireland Treo Eile Showing Pathway Series Final rosettes.
  • The final will have a prize fund of €1,125 per class (€500, €250, €150, €100, €75, €50). 
  • Each competitor who takes part in the final will receive a ‘Final’ rosette.

If you have any questions please email hello@treoeile.com

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