Conditions for Entry
Open to horses
registered in any WAHO accepted studbook by the
closing date of entries 06 July 2020. No qualification
Entry restrictions: Title Show or A Show Champion
Gold and Silver medal winners are not allowed to take
part in a B show for the rest of that calendar year
and the two calendar years following, unless the horse
has passed from a yearling to junior, from junior to a
senior category. Geldings that have won Champion Gold
or Silver medals at a Title Show or an A show cannot
be shown at B shows for the rest of that calendar year
and one calendar year following. Anybody entering an
overqualified horse will be liable to a fine of 600
and the horse will be disqualified. All entries on
arabian essence website.
1. Fillies born 2020
2. Colts born 2020
3. Yearling Fillies ( * 2019)
4. Yearling Colts ( * 2019)
5. Fillies 2 years old ( * 2018)
6. Colts 2 years old ( *2018)
7. Fillies 3 years old ( *2017)
8. Colts 3 years old (* 2017)
9. Mares 4-7 years old ( * 2016-2013 )
10. Mares 8 years and older ( * 2012
11. Stallions 4-7 years old ( * 2016 2013 )
12. Stallions 8 years and older ( * 2012
13. Straightegyptians junior fillies (*2019-2017)
14. Straightegyptians junior colts ( * 2019-2017 )
15. Straightegyptians senior mares ( *2016-
16. Straightegyptians senior stallions ( * 2016-
classes with fewer than 10 entries may not be
split. Classes with fewer than 3 horses can be merged.
The age groups of classes 9 tot 16 may be re-aranged
to overcome any undue imballance in the size of
classes. In mare classes foals will be allowed to
accompany their mothers into the ring if suitable
halted end led.
Judges for in-hand classes
Mr Eric Gear
Mr T Tarzinski
Mr C Moscini
Mrs I van Dun
Dr j Poissonier
Mrs Vivian van Eerden
Ringmaster G Oben
Speaker E Blaak
Scoring Arabian Essence
Music Dj Lars
Method of Judging
10 points system
Type, head and neck, body and topline, legs, and
(in-hand classes) each be awarded points from 1-10
by each of five judges. The total of
points will be divided by the number of judges to
give a score out of 50
for the horse. In the event of a tie for, the
higher place will be given to the horse with the most
points for type. If there is still a tie the higher
place will be given to the horse with the most points
for movement. Failing a decision on either of these,
one judge chosen by ballot will name his preference.
1st and 2nd places horses of each class qualify for
their respective championships only if there are
yearling championships the first 3 from the respective
classes are qualified.
c) Open method
The Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners will be
selected from amongst all the horses which have
qualified in their respective classes for each
The number of horses qualified from each class will
be officially announced by the show organizer in the
schedule and the show catalogue.
- 1. The Championships will be judged as
follows: a. All the horses qualified for the
championship will enter the ring and line up
according to the numerical order of their
- b. The horses will be judged individually,
standing and trotting.
- c. Each judge will nominate his choice for
gold silver and bronze medals together at the same
time, from amongst all the horses qualified for
Points will be given to the nominated horses as
A horse nominated by a judge for Gold Medal will
receive 4 points.
A horse nominated by a judge for Silver Medal will
receive 2 points.
A horse nominated by a judge for Bronze Medal will
receive 1 point.
The Gold Medal will be awarded to the horse with
the highest number of championship points.
The Silver Medal will be awarded to the horse with
highest number of championship points.
The Bronze Medal will be awarded to the horse with
highest number of championship points.
In the case of a tie, the Rules for Ties in
championships will be followed.
The judges will not discuss the horses.
2. A fourth horse will be selected, which will
become the Bronze medal winner should one of the three
medal winners be disqualified. If this exhibit is not
apparent from the voting papers, the judges will be
asked to nominate one. This horse will not be
announced. In the event that two or more of the medal
winners are disqualified, no further substitution will
3. All horses that qualify for their respective
Championships must take part in the Championship.
Unless a certificate from the DC veterinarian is
failure to compete will disqualify the horse from the
show, with its record of score and class placing being
deleted and the horse being disqualified from showing
for the period of one year as from the date of the
show. In the event of a disqualification, horses
placed behind the disqualified horse will move up a
place in the class. Should a horse be sent out of the
ring by the judges or taken out by the handler for any
reason, it will be deemed to have taken part in the
4. In Title and A shows all horses that qualified
for their respective Championship must remain at the
showground until after their championships.
In those shows where foal classes are held:
- a) Foals may not compete in EAHSC Championships,
nor will they qualify for any future Title or A
- b) When foal classes are organized at EAHSC
affiliated shows, the EAHSC Rules will apply.
- c) Foals must have a minimum age of four weeks
at the date of the show, and must be shown at foot
(with the dam) up to 6 months of age. Orphaned or
rejected foals under six month may not be shown.
- d) The use of metal halters and halters with
metal chains is forbidden.
- e) A comparative judging system is recommended.
- f) All the rules pertaining to foal classes must
be clearly indicated in the schedule and the
- g) With regards to stricter rules for the
welfare of foals, organisers may introduce their own
rules as long as these are presented to ECAHO for
approval prior to sending out the schedule and are
clearly stated in the show schedule and catalogue.
Foals - for identification purposes:
Foals under six months shown in foal classes with
their own mother need no special documentation, but
the mother must have all necessary documents.
Foals over 6 months shown without their dam, foals
from Embryo Transplant or foals with foster mothers
which are shown in foal classes and do not yet have a
passport, must be micro-chipped and in possession of a
copy of the official Stud Book Registration form,
showing the micro-chip number and the graphic
description of the foal.
A photocopy of the
vaccination certificate and the presently
valid registration document ( passport) and
pedigree showing name of horse, sex and date of birth
should accompany the entry for each exhibit so that
errors in the catalogue and allocation of horses to
classes are avoided. Where the year only is given for
date of birth, horses will be deemed to have been born
on 1st January. Passports for horses registered in
Europe ( or registration Certificate for horses from
outside Europe ) with graphic description to be
presented at the show.
Blue Book 2020 is fully applicable
Conditions of Payment
Entry and stabling
fees (if not sent with entry forms) should be payed by
Bank-to-Bank draft payable to Q trade B bvba
Elderenstraat 57 3700 Tongeren B.
Bank ref. : BNP Paribas Maastrichterstraat 6 3700
IBAN BE59 0016 9176 9926 BIC : GEBABEBB
For foreigners, please add 12,50 to the total
The entry, stabling, publicity fees and sponsoring
should be payed before 5 July 2014.
Entry fee per
in-hand/liberty exhibit 100
(exclusive of VAT) Permanent box 150
The above stabling charges cover up to 4 nights as
Entry forms should be posted to the Secretary :
Mrs. Everars van den Broek and Kids
B 3700 Tongeren Belgium.
There will be no refund of entry fees, except when
an entry has to be refused because the show is being
3 nights (10.00 hrs 24th July-10.00 hrs 27th July)
Straw will be supplied.
Hay and extra straw will be available for free.
Horses must be put into the boxes allocated to
ANY EXHIBITORS HORSE OCCUPYING STABLING NOT
ALLOCATED TO IT (THUS PREVENTING
USE OF THE STABLE BY THE RIGHTFUL OCCUPIER), WILL NOT
BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE FOR THE DURATION OF THE SHOW.
organisers will decide the classes. The starting order
decided by lot (and NOT in the order in which
entries are received).
Handlers in in-hand classes are requested to wear
predominantly white clothing. In-hand horses must be
shown in normally accepted show bridles or headcollars
which are of sufficient strength to ensure the
exhibits do not get loose in the ring. Colts and
stallions ages 3 years and over must be bitted. The
penalty for owners of horses which get loose in the
ring will be an immidiate fine of 75 for each
offence and the horse will be shown last in his class.
Protests will be
handled in accordance with ECAHO Rules except that no
deposit need be lodged in the event of an alleged
incorrect calculation of results.
All horses have
tho have their vaccination certificates endored by a
influenza veterinary officer. Horses need 2 or 3
primary vaccinations againts
influenza not less than 21 days and no more than 92
Vaccination regulations will follow those of the
NO HORSE WILL BE ACCEPTED IF IT HAS RECEIVED AN
INJECTION OF INFLUENZA VACCINE WITHIN THE TEN DAYS
PREVIOUS TO THE SHOW.
HORSES WITHOUT A VALID VACCINATION CERTIFICATE WILL
NOT BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE. Original documents have to
be presented on demand
Showers for grooms
will be available on the showgrounds.
Doctor, vet and blacksmith
A doctor, a vet
and a farrier will be available throughout the show.
Costs are to be covered by the exhibitor.
accept no liability for exhibitors costs.
shall not be liable for death, injury, disease or
any person, horse or property howsoever caused.
It is, furthermore, an express condition of entry
that each entrant shall indemnify the organisers
against all actions, costs, claims, demands or
liability whatsever arising out of any action in which
he or she may be concerned.
Charges for admission
Children 12 years free
Car park free
Caravan space 25 (make reservation on entry form)
have the right to cancel all arrangements at their
discretion in the event of an Act of God.