The JCB 2013 International Supreme Championship Sheepdog Trials

06 September 2013 08:00 - 08 September 2013 18:00

Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England

Programme:

Day 1 - September 6th
8.00am: Qualification begins for Singles competition. Thirty-two competitors will run; 8 from each of the 4 nations.
Lunch (approx 12 noon): Brace competition - first 4 of 8 competitors vie for the International Brace title.

Day 2 - September 7th
8.00am: Qualification continues for Singles competition. Twenty-eight runs today; the top ranked 7 dog/handler teams from each nation.
Lunch (approx 12 noon): Final 4 of 8 competitors vie for the International Brace title.

Day 3 - September 8th
8.00am: Supreme Championship
The top fifteen competitors from the Qualifying rounds compete in the double gather final.
Lunch (approx 12 noon): Young Handler Competition.
Afternoon: Supreme Championship continues. Immediately following will be the Driving Championship and then the prizegiving.

Ticket Information:

Entry To the Field:
Adults and Children over 12 years of age - £8 per day
Under 12 years of age - Free
Three Day ticket (one person) - £20 (saving £4)
Family Day Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children under the age of 16 years) - £20
(Please note that Three Day Family Tickets are not available)

Premier Grandstand (300 seats)
Day 1 and Day 2 - £10 per day
Day 3 - £15 per day
Three Day special price - £25 (saving £10)

Grandstand (160 seats)
Day 1 and Day 2 - £8 per day
Day 3 - £10 per day
Three Day special price - £17.50 (saving £8.50)

Click here to purchase tickets (day tickets will be available at the gate). Please remember the Entry tickets do not give you a seat in the Grandstand. Grandstand tickets must be purchased separately. Seats in the Grandstands will not be numbered so purchasing a ticket entitles you to sit wherever you like (and can find a seat). Members are entitled to free entry with their 2012 ISDS member's badge. The Members' badge does not include access to the Grandstand, so please purchase a Grandstand ticket.

 



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