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*New equestrian committee for 2022!*

We’re delighted to announce that from 2022, the Poynton Show Equestrian section will be run by the team at BANK FARM RIDING SCHOOL in Hazel Grove!

With a packed schedule, consisting of 3 rings and 26 planned classes, there is something for every horse lover!

Schedule and application form to follow shortly.

Enquiries to Gillian Lallement – 07900 232099.

Classes below are planned and in draft for 2022.

PRIZE MONEY: 1ST – £10 : 2ND – £5
JUDGE: Jo Sutheran
CHIEF Steward: Jessica Lee
Clear round 8.30 until 10am (pay on the day £5 per time)
Class 1 – Tots / Beginner Jumping (not to exceed 40cm) Rider 10 years and under.
Class 2 – Novice pony (pony not to exceed 14.2) first jump not to exceed 50cm
Class 3 – Scurry (one round against the clock) first fence not to exceed 60cm
Class 4 – Pairs Jumping (Both pairs to enter) first fence not to exceed 60cm.
Class 5 – Novice Horse (14.2 and over) first fence not to exceed 65cm
Class 6 – Improvers. First fence not to exceed 75cm
Class 7 – Intermediate. First fence not to exceed 85cm
Class 8 – Open. first fence not to exceed 95cm.
Class 9 – Puissance (In the main ring) Start fence (wall) 80cm. Prize money – £50 (winner)
As it is a local Show any horse with £130 BSJA winnings cannot compete
Starts: 9.30am
Judge – Stella Woodall
Chief Steward – Grace Dixon
PRIZE MONEY: 1ST – £10: 2ND – £5
Class 10- Tack and Turnout mounted, to be judged on correct/appropriate tack and turnout of both horse/pony and rider.
Class 11- Ridden Showing (Horse pony any height. Rider any age.
Class 12- Ridden coloured (Horse pony any height)
Class 13- Ridden Mountain & Moorland. Open to all m&m types to be shown in natural state.
Class 14 – First Ridden showing riders 8 years and over. Ponies not to exceed 128cm
Class 15 – Lead rein showing. Riders 10yrs and under ponies 122cm and under.
Class 16 – Ridden Veteran Horse /pony. 16yrs and over.
Class 17 – Junior equitation Horse/pony any height. Rider 14yrs and under.
Class 18 – Senior equitation. Horse/pony any height. Rider 15yrs and over.
All 1st prize winners from classes 11, 14, 16, 15 will all go forward to the Championship
Starts: 9.30am
Chief Steward – Olivia Boakes
PRIZE MONEY: 1ST – £10 : 2ND – £5
Class 19 – Welsh A B C and D
Class 20 – In Hand Veteran.
Class 21 – Tack and Turnout inhand. Horse/pony any height. To be judged weighted as 75% condition, 25% Turnout on both handler on horse/pony.
Class 22 – In hand coloured
Class 23 – Veteran Inhand. Horse/Pony 16 yrs and over
Class 24 – Mountain and Moorland inhand open to all m&m types to be shown in natural state.
Class 25 – Young stock yearlings, 2 or 3 yr old (Age as of 1st Jan 2022)
Class 26 – Fancy Dress.



Poynton Show (equestrian),
c/o PRBL, Georges Road West,
Poynton. SK12 1JY

Gillian – 07900232099

Mill Farm Riding School, Wellington Road, Hazel Grove. SK7 6NQ

Equestrian Committee:

New Committee for 2022!

Equestrian Organiser: Mrs Gillian Lallement

Assistant organisers:

Ms Helen Harrison.

Miss Jessica Lee

Miss Grace Dixon

M Olivia Boakes

Miss Natasha lewry

Mr Michael Branson

Mr Brent Lallement

Mr John Doheny

Mr Sam Garner


All horses must have been vaccinated to comply with the requirements of the primary course (1st vaccination and then 2nd vaccination between 21 – 92 days later), followed by the first booster (150 – 215 days) and all subsequent boosters.  Horses may compete having received the primary course and prior to the first booster but not within 7 days of receiving a vaccine dose.

Horses must have been vaccinated within 6 months before the show but not less than 7 days of arriving at the show.


In-foal mares that have already had vaccinations of primary Equine Influenza course should be vaccinated 4-6 weeks before the foal is due to be born.

Foals should be vaccinated for Equine Influenza at 6 months to commence their primary course.

We urge all owners to adhere to strict bio-security protocols at all times. Vaccinations are subject to local risk assessments by the attending veterinarians.