Only 112 Days till the Blue Chip Championships


For registered ponies in grade JD & JC which have not won a total of 500 points to be ridden by Junior members.

The first 8 ponies qualify, but they must jump clear in the first round. Qualification does not pass down the line.

Table: A7    Speed: 325mpm    BS Rule: 406

There will be dual qualification of double clears for the Blue Chip Pony Newcomers first round.

Height: 1m (two fences 1.05m)    Spread: 1.05m

Qualified riders need to register their details at to receive a Championship schedule.


Class Venues and Dates

VenueQualifier Date(s)Venue Status
ADDINGTON29 September, 2018 - 30 September, 2018GA
CHERWELL13 October, 2018 - 14 October, 2018GA
AREA 25 (Netley Hall)14 October, 2018GA
GRACELANDS20 October, 2018GA
COLRAINE28 October, 2018GA
MOORES FARM3 November, 2018 - 4 November, 2018GA
FOREST EDGE3 November, 2018 - 4 November, 2018GA
BURY FARM10 November, 2018 - 11 November, 2018GA
MAELOR10 November, 2018GA
GREENLANDS11 November, 2018GA
BROOK FARM17 November, 2018GA
BISHOP BURTON1 December, 2018GA
JM EQUESTRIAN (REC)2 December, 2018GA
AREA 46 (Petley Wood)15 December, 2018GA
CROFTON MANOR22 December, 2018GA
THE COLLEGE (Keysoe)28 December, 2018 - 30 December, 2018GA
SOUTH VIEW4 January, 2019 - 5 January, 2019GA
WEST WILTS5 January, 2019GA
SCOTTISH NATIONAL EC5 January, 2019 - 6 January, 2019GA
GRACELANDS12 January, 2019GA
NORTHCOTE13 January, 2019GA
ANVIL PARK26 January, 2019GA
BADGWORTH3 February, 2019GA
THE CABIN9 February, 2019 - 10 February, 2019GA
DUCKHURST9 February, 2019GA
THE GRANGE16 February, 2019GA
CENTRAL ACADEMY (Addington)18 February, 2019GA
ISLE OF MAN24 February, 2019GA

Status Key: Going Ahead (GA) Cancelled (CANC)

Please note that the status of each venue is provided by the show director for that venue. The Blue Chip Championship cannot be held responsible for any inaccurate information displayed above.

A.W. Jenkinson

Official Bedding Supplier

A.W. Jenkinson - 01931 712644

A.W Jenkinson Forest Products was formed in the mid-1960s when founder, Allan Jenkinson, took the initiative to collect unwanted sawdust and wood shavings from the sawmills of Cumbria and the Borders using a single tractor and trailer. He then transported the timber co=product to the area's farms where sawdust was, and still is, in great demand as livestock and pet bedding.

Today A.W. Jenkinson Forset Products and its associated businesses handle over 3 million tonnes of roundwood, woodchips, shavings, sawdust, bark, green waste and other timber co-products each year, collected from forestry sites, sawmills and other wood processing industries throughout the UK.

A.W. Jenkinson Forest Products' services link forestry, sawmilling, wood processing, building and demolition sectors with the demands of pulp, paper and panel manufacture, energy generation, agriculture, horticulture and amenity markets in an environmentally responsible cycle that makes a maximum use of one of the world's dwindling resources.


Email: ---