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New for 2023
The Gateway class has been added as part of the league, and the Small Pony class re-designated as Very Small Equine (VSE), so the Points classes are now:
- Single Horse
- Single Pony
- Horse Pair
- Pony Pair
- Very Small Pony
- Club Novice
- Young Driver
1. The league is only open to SCDA Full members.
2. For the 2023 season, Gee Gee Rugwash Scottish Points will be available in ALL classes at the following six SCDA Club events:
- SCDA Club classes at Hopetoun National
- SCDA Club classes at Hopetoun Regional
Club Novice, Gateway and VSE competitors have 1 additional event: Cothal
Club Novice and VSE competitors can also gain points at Dunbog (no Gateway class).
Points are also available to SCDA members who compete in the National and Regional Advanced, Open, and Novice classes at the Hopetoun events. Scores from SCDA members across the classes will be amalgamated and apportioned to the competitor’s relevant Club category of the Gee Gee Rugwash Points League.
3. The league points will be awarded as follows:
10 points for the highest placed SCDA member
9 points for second highest
8 points for third highest, and so on down to 1 point for tenth place.
SCDA member winning class at a Club event: 10 points.
SCDA members coming third and fourth behind two non-SCDA members at a Club event: 10 points and 9 points respectively.
SCDA member coming second behind a non-SCDA member in a Club class at a Regional or National in Scotland: 10 points.
4. The maximum number of events that will count towards a member’s Points League placing will be one less than the number of events taking place. A competitor’s best placings will be used to calculate his/her points total if he/she has competed in more than the number of eligible events. A member’s points will count irrespective of which horse or pony he/she is driving in a particular class. If the member competes in a different class, separate points will be awarded for the different class.
5. In the event of a tie, the winner will be the competitor with the lowest aggregate marathon score in the events which the tying competitors have in common.
Previous year’s results