Competitions are available at the following levels
Show Jumping - Junior
• Junior Trailblazers 65cm 12 years and under Championship
• Junior Trailblazers 65cm Championship
• Junior Trailblazers 75cm Championship
• Junior Trailblazers 85cm Championship
• Junior Trailblazers 95cm Championship
• Junior Trailblazers 1.05m Championship
Show Jumping - Senior on Pony
• Senior on Ponies Trailblazers 65cm Championship
• Senior on Ponies Trailblazers 75cm Championship
• Senior on Ponies Trailblazers 85cm Championship
Show Jumping - Senior
• Senior Trailblazers 65cm Championship
• Senior Trailblazers 75cm Championship
• Senior Trailblazers 85cm Championship
• Senior Trailblazers 95cm Championship
• Senior Trailblazers 1.05m Championship
Competitions for First Round and Second Round Qualification may be combined, but must be split for qualification purposes.
Show Jumping - Rules (PDF)
For further details on competing in Trailblazers Show Jumping competitions, please download the Trailblazers Show Jumping Rules (PDF format).
• Trailblazers Show Jumping Rules (rev. Mar 2018)
• Trailblazers General Rules (rev. Mar 2018)
Eligibility to Compete in Trailblazers Show Jumping
Please see Trailblazers Show Jumping Rules, available above.
Competing at the Trailblazers Championship Finals
Riders can only jump a maximum of four horses or ponies in any one competition at the Trailblazers Championship Finals. Riders can only jump a pony / horse in four different Championships at the Trailblazers Championships Finals.
First Round Qualification - Numbers to Qualify
Qualification for Trailblazers Second Rounds consists of a clear round in a height competition which will entitle that horse / pony and rider combination to compete in any number of second round qualifiers in that height competition.
Riders can qualify a horse or pony for all height competitions, but can only jump a maximum of four horses or ponies in any one competition at Trailblazers First Rounds.
Only qualified partnerships (horse / pony and rider) from a Trailblazers First Round Qualifier are eligible to compete at the Trailblazers Second Round Qualifiers.
Once a Competitor has qualified at a First Round Qualifier they will be issued with an envelope from the Venue at which they have qualified containing a congratulatory letter telling them that they have qualified. The Competitor will then have the choice to take up the qualification or not. Should the Competitor decide to accept the qualification for the second rounds, then they will return the congratulatory letter (within 14 days) together with the appropriate fee and TWO stamped addressed envelopes, to the Venue of Qualification. One envelope will be used to return a Qualification Card. The other will be used to forward details of the Second Round.
The Qualification Card can be used to compete in any Trailblazers Second Round at the level qualified. There is no restriction on the number of Second Rounds at the level qualified that a competitor may compete at to try to qualify for the Trailblazers Championship Finals.
Second Round Qualification
Every Show Organiser has the option to run one Second Round Qualifier at their Venue at each level for which have run First Round Qualifiers.
Numbers to Qualify
|Number of TB Starters||Number to Qualify|
|up to 15||8|
|16 - 20||9|
|21 - 25||10|
|26 - 35||11|
The ratio of qualified competitors would continue as above. Highest placed Trailblazers combinations qualify regardless of the faults they occur in either first round or jump off.
Trailblazers second rounds can be run alongside other competitions. Riders can only jump a maximum of four horses or ponies in any one competition at Trailblazers Second Rounds.
Only qualified partnerships (horse / pony and rider) from a Trailblazers Second Round Qualifier are eligible to compete at the Trailblazers Championship Finals.