Canadian Pony Club Central Ontario

COR Show Jumping

COR SHOW JUMPING

This page will focus on Show Jumping information specific to Central Ontario Region.  (For additional information see the CPC General Show Jumping Page and the COR Downloads Page


Upcoming COR Show Jumping Dates

Please check back for 2018 Show Jumping dates

Check out dates and further information through the COR Schedule and Press Releases.

The objective of show jumping is to provide for members competitions which will be competitive, encourage a high standard of riding and will provide for a complete understanding of the EC Jumper Rules. (See Section G)

Kate Webb and “Merlin” of the Simcoe Branch competing
in the Novice Division at the 1998 OPCTOC Championships

COR offers show jumping to all its fully tested members in good standing who meet division eligibility requirements where applicable. At present, there are eleven divisions offered ranging from four non-qualifying Pre-Entry divisions to seven qualifying divisions.

The purpose of the Pre-Entry divisions is to introduce new, less experienced pony clubbers to show jumping. Pre-Entry is broken down into four divisions based on pony club level and horse/rider experience. For each division there is first a warm-up round which is judged but there is no placings offered other than recognition for clear rounds. This is followed by a Medal class which includes over fences and flat portions. Lastly there is a Table AM5 class consisting of a single round with a timed jump-off if necessary. The Pre-Entry divisions are considered non-qualifying divisions in that riders do not qualify to participate in Zone and/or National Championships. There are year-end awards offered for each of these divisions.

The Pre-Entry divisions are as follows:

Division Rider Levels Height
Pre-Entry A1 D & D1 Level Riders
10 years of age or under as of January 1
0.50m
1’9″
Pre-Entry A2 D & D1 Level Riders
11 years of age or over as of January 1
0.50m
1’9″
Pre-Entry B D and D1 Level Riders 0.60m
2’0″
Pre-Entry Schooling D2 and Above
Any horse/rider combination limited to one-year participation
This horse/rider combination may not have competed at any previous qualifier or regional finals above 2’0″
0.60m
2’0″

The other seven divisions offered are qualifying divisions in that riders have to qualify to attend Zone and/or National Championships.

Each division consists of three separate classes. The first is a Medal class which includes over fences and flat portions. The second is a Table AM5 class consisting of a single round with a timed jump-off if necessary. Lastly, is a Power and Speed class.

The qualifying divisions are as follows:

Division Rider Levels Maximum Height
Entry D, D1 and D2 0.70m
2’3″
Starter D, D1, D2 and C 0.75m
2’6″
Beginner Open to All 0.85m
2’9″
Novice Open to All 0.90m
3’0″
Intermediate Open to All 1.00m
3’3″
Advanced Open to All 1.10m
3’6″
Open Open to All 1.15m
3’9″

National Medal Competition is available to riders in the Novice Level and above.
Application for National Medals
Selection Criteria for National Medals


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