Winter Series Information
Winter series

Winter Series at Show Jumping Waitamata

Everyone is welcome - no ESNZ membership required.

  • Heights start at 60cm through to 1.30m
  • Great prizes sashes and rugs for series winners in our four sections.
  • Courses designed by ESNZ approved course designers. 
  • Entries online or on the day. www.main-events.co.nz
  • Casual dress - no need for jackets.
  • Everyone welcome to finish there first round even if eliminated.
  • Perfect for young horses and ponies or riders new to jumping events.
  • Lots of space and parking this year as we are no longer running with Show Hunter.

 

Series Categories 

  • Open Horse Series 
  • Open Pony Series 
  • Pony Challenger Series (points gained in the 50 - 80cm classes)
  • Horse Challenger Series (points gained in the 60 - 80cm classes)

 

Trophies for best placed Waitemata rider in both the horse and pony sections.

 

Your two best placings per combination count for points per show and to gain points combinations must have 12 faults or less in the first round of the class.

 

Points will be updated within a week following each show and placed on Facebook and our website. Please let us know if you spot any mistakes. The current points are up on our website www.sjwaitemata.co.nz

 

Points queries must be lodged before the 1st of August 2017 (this is prior to the final show).

 

Please enter your horse with its show name throughout the series and advise us asap with any changes to this name – we are not mind readers!

 

In the event of an equal the combination with the most number of wins will be the winner. Points will be updated after each show and placed on Facebook and our website. Please let us know if you spot any mistakes.

Main Events Online Entry

All our entries will be made via the online entry system Main Events. Click Here to enter

Do I have to be registered with the ESNZ to compete at the Waitemata mini circuit days?

No. EVERYONE is welcome to our mini circuit days, no ESNZ or day registrations are required.

How does the mini circuit points system work?

Then the following points are awarded regardless of the class height or the number of starters in the class:

  • 1st 6 points

  • 2nd 5 points

  • 3rd 4 points

  • 4th 3 points

  • 5th 2 points

  • 6th 1 point

How do I know if I qualify as a Waitemata competitor?

People who live in the Waitemata area must live north of the Harbour Bridge and south of the Bryderwyn Hill. The area includes West Auckland Maungataroto. If you live outside the area but keep your horses in the Waitemata area you can also qualify.