Next year’s British Open Show Jumping Championships 2010 (7–10 April 2010) at the Birmingham NEC will boast a new showing class, to pit last season’s champions against this season’s.
In the Ponies UK Super League, on Wednesday 7 April, the Summer National Ridden Champions from the 2009 season will compete against the Northern and Southern Winter Ridden Champions of the current season.
The super league will be split into five sections:
The Royalist Super League — for horses, hunters, cobs and competition horses and ponies. 12 competitors will qualify
The Smoke Tree Caesar Super League — for lead rein and first ridden ponies. 15 competitors will qualify
The Ferndale Super League — for mountain and moorland (M&M) ponies. 9 competitors will qualify
The Coalport Super League — for M&M and plaited working hunters and working hunter ponies. 18 competitors will qualify
The Wharf Super League — for show ponies, show hunter ponies, intermediate show hunter, riding type and part-bred horses and ponies. 11 competitors will qualify.
Judging will take place on Wednesday morning and the champions from each section go forward to the supreme championship on Wednesday evening.
The British Open Show Jumping Championships is offering £5 off adults and £2.50 off concessions tickets to Ponies UK members who book for Wednesday 7 April only.
Customers must quote their membership number and offer code BOPUK10 when booking.