Cream of the Crop
The British Palomino Society are again running our exciting championship series open to All horses whom have a cream diluted colour i.e. cremello, buckskin, palomino, lemon and white, perlino, palomino spotted etc.
It is known as the ‘BPS Cream of the Crop Championship’.
The series and final will be open to all; there is no need for membership or registration with the BPS. Qualification is simple, the 2 highest placed Cream Dilutes in the qualifying class go through to the final.
The 2018 final will be held in the evening performance at the BPS National Championships at Three Counties Showground on 7th - 8th July 2018.
If you've already qualified go to the National Championship page to see what other exciting classes are on and enter the Cream of the Crop final!
QUALIFYING SHOWS 2018 dates
If you are interested in holding free qualifiers for this series please contact Lee Mingay on email@example.com or apply here.
Brechin Castle Equestrian Spring Show - 27th May - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wales & Border Counties Horse Show - 3rd June - email@example.com
Churchfield Farm Equestrian Centre - 1st April, 6th May, 3rd June - firstname.lastname@example.org
MHCGB Hampshire Area Show - 3rd June - email@example.com
Springwell Horse and Pony Show - 27th May - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wessex All Breeds - 1st April, 8th June - email@example.com
Attleborough Show - 3rd June - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrekin North RC - 2oth May, 24th June - email@example.com
Beaver Hall - 28th May, 24th Jun - firstname.lastname@example.org
Merrist Wood Spring Show - 29th April - email@example.com
Coleshill Heath Riding Club - 1st April, 22nd April, 20th May, 17th June - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wombourne Horse Shows - 28th May - email@example.com
Where is the final being held?
The final is held during the evening performance at the British Palomino Championships, Three Counties Showground, Malvern on the 7th July.
Do I need to be a member / have my horse registered with the Palomino Society to enter?
No, you do not need to be a member of or have your horse / pony registered with the Palomino Society to enter. However if you want to enter more classes at the Palomino Championships then you will need to become a member, and register your horse or pony. There are some great prizes on offer over the weekend, so well worth taking a look.
How much does it cost to enter the final?
The final is FREE to enter! You can download the schedule and entry form here.
How do I enter?
To enter the final download the schedule and entry form, fill in all your details and post along with your qualification card to: Emily Skill, Entries Secretary, 55A Pavenhill, Purton, Swindon, SN5 4BZ.
Can I enter on the day?
Yes, it is possible to enter on the day, though always better to pre-enter to guarantee your spot in the final!
Who is judging the final?
We are very lucky to have Mrs L Chambers and Mr C Bramley-Robins judging the 2018 finals.