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or Danielle 07765 415526
Show Co-Ordinator: Ian 07889 046128
Petley are closely monitoring the EHV-1 outbreak and are in regular communication with our vets about the outbreak.
At this moment in time Petley will run there Dressage shows this weekend although the situation will be monitored on a daily basis .Entries for NSEA Dressage are now closed as completely full but can still accept a few more for Sunday 19th BD and Unaffiliated dressage..
Whilst attending the centre the stable yard is completely ‘out of bounds’ Please bring your own water to all shows rather than go onto the yards .This also applies to the BS Show on 25th January.
The latest update we have is that there are NO reported cases in Kent, Surrey or Sussex and at the time of writing there are NO reported cases outside of Hampshire.
EHV-1 is currently only recorded in the immediate vicinity of Crofton Manor, a show jumping venue and livery yard to the west of Portsmouth. People that have attended that venue, as well as connections, have been asked to isolate their animals and monitor them for 2 weeks.
Petley’s schooling and other facilities remain open and will remain so unless we are instructed to close by our vets. At the point we are advised to close by our vets we will do so without hesitation. This virus is passed through contact, we therefore respectfully ask anyone visiting Petley to act responsibly. The best prevention against the spread of any animal virus is responsible livestock ownership.
Therefore, if you have visited Crofton Manor in the last two weeks please do not attend Petley. If your horse has shown any signs of a temperature or ill health in the 48 hours prior to visiting please do not attend . Whilst on site please remember that EHV-1 is passed through contact. Please park separately, do not loiter or hover around collecting ring unnecessarily with your horses, do not share water buckets or graze horses whilst on site.
We reiterate our long standing position that any horse visiting Petley MUST be up to date with their flu vaccinations and carry accompanying passport for inspection if requested.
We note and share below the advice of Crofton Manor’s own vets Kings Bounty Equine Practice and we continue to monitor the advice of the National Governing Bodies and will be guided by our own vets.
“****UPDATED EHV ADVICE from Kings Bounty Equine Practice****
So far the report are that there are still no confirmed cases of Equine Herpes Virus outside of Crofton Manor.
As we continue to work closely with equine vets from other practices across Hampshire and UK specialists in equine medicine and infectious disease, we would like to update you on current advice:
These horses are currently outside of the 14 day advised isolation period. These horses are likely to be low risk and isolation at this point is unlikely, but we do still advise close monitoring of these horses and all other horses on the yard. In order to identify if your horse has been exposed to EHV, a one off blood sample should be taken to identify this for clearance.
For horses that have visited Crofton after 21/22 December and are within the 14 day advised isolation period then these horses should be isolated from other horses on the yard if possible and their temperatures should be taken twice daily for at least 14 days from their visit to Crofton. Yard movements should be ceased.
Gold standard advice is that blood samples and nasopharyngeal swabs should be taken from EVERY horse that went to Crofton, taken as near to the likely exposure date as possible, followed by another 2 weeks later.
We will update you if this changes or if there is further advice from the UK specialists in medicine and infectious diseases
Monday 30 September 2019.
As of the 15th October 2019 the former Blue Ticket to Ride will now be available online and will cover the unregistered horse for the entire day of the show rather than just the one class.
An electronic ‘Day Ticket to Ride’ will be available for purchase either individually or in multiple numbers for £5.00 each. Existing members can purchase tickets via their Members Online login whilst non-members can also purchase tickets just as easily by registering an account with British Showjumping.
A ticket purchase history will then remain on the member/user account showing their individual status in respect of whether they are still available for use or if they have been redeemed. Each ticket will have a unique reference number allocated to it which just needs to be given to the show centre at the point of entry.
The new Day Ticket to Ride allows for an unregistered horse to compete for a day at an affiliated show with either an existing or non-member as long as the rider is the same in each of the classes that it may enter in to. Tickets can be purchased for riders other than the member or account holder to use. By purchasing a ticket it gives a day membership to the horse/rider combination for the show they are wishing to compete at. Entry fees are still payable and no prize-fund or qualifications will be awarded to those competing on Day Ticket to Ride.
There will be a three month period during which the existing tickets will still be acceptable but these will not be an accepted form of entry for the unregistered horse from the 1st January 2020.
This was a new series which started in 2018 and run jointly by Pyecombe, Coombelands and Petley Wood with the final changing venues annually between the centres. Other venues will be invited to hold qualifiers during the qualifying period. The 2020 final takes place at Petley Wood over the weekend of 22/23 February.
The qualifying period for this championship will be from March 2019 till the middle of February 2020 and then recommence after the 2020 finals . The winners at the finals will be invited to collect there trophies and mementos at the SEEL Ball in Tunbridge Wells in November 2020. This years winners will receive awards at the Ball on 16th November 2019.
Prizes at the final will include rugs, sashes, championship rosettes and excellent prize money according to sponsorship. It is also planned to run a stand alone class at the finals including a junior and a 1.05/10 height.
Numbers to qualify:
The first 10 competitors in all qualifying classes at 80cm/90cm/1m to qualify for the Championship finals. Qualifying information sheets will be issued to all combinations that qualify. If the finals are oversubscribed a ballot will take place and be decided by number of qualifying classes attended and combinations may be restricted to competing in only one championship class.
Qualifying tables will be kept updated and available to view on the websites of the centers and the South East Eventers League below
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