June 11th 2017
Mostyn Farm ride with William Blane!
June 11th 2017
Mostyn Farm ride with William Blane!
After winning the Area 5 qualifier at Eirias Park on the 19th March the Cheshire Hunt North Quiz team had just under two weeks to prepare for the Quiz Final.
A total of 29 teams from all over the country competed at Addington Manor on the 2nd April with 18 Branches and 11 Centres taking part in the Quiz Final.
The quiz consisted of 9 rounds of topics;
After a short briefing the quiz got under way and then after the first four rounds the teams had a break for lunch. After lunch the teams were spilt with the seniors heading off to do their individual practical round leaving the junior pair to answer their questions on “Keeping A Pony at Grass”. The pairs swapped over with the juniors doing their individual practical round and the seniors their pairs round on “Worming and Paddock Maintenance”.
After a short break, the results were up and the girls from CHN were absolutely delighted to win. It was the first time at the finals for youngest members, it was Hannah’s third year in a row at the finals and for Georgina it was the second time she had won the Quiz Final.
An enormous ‘Thank you’ to Anna Sherry and Sarah Hodgson who give up their time to coach the quiz teams.
A Training session has been arranged for the more experienced Pony Club members who are currently riding at Pony Club Intermediate (BE 100) and Pony Club Open (BE Novice) level or
Richard is a BE under 18 coach for the Wales and Borders region. He is an inspirational, popularand motivating coach, who aims to give riders more confidence and better focus towards the end of
Cost: £48 per person per 90 min session (inclusive of course hire).
As places are limited applications are restricted to one per member until after the 28th March, when applications for a second slot will be considered. No refunds (unless cancelled by the organisers)
after 28th March 2017.
Skull Caps: to comply with Pony Club hat rules, must be worn at all times when mounted with chin strap fastened and must be tagged!
Body Protectors are compulsory and must comply with Pony Club rules.
ENTRIES: Online at firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th March 2017. Applications on line accepted on the basis that a slot is available at the required level.
Please ensure that you and provide the name of your branch and details of your experience, and any request for a second horse under “Other Relevant Information”.
Times to be posted on www.westlancashireinceblundell@pcuk,org on Sunday 9th April ‘17
All enquiries to Sally O’Brien – 0151 929 2376 (evenings only)
ODE OPEN TO PONY CLUB & RIDING CLUB/NON PC MEMBERS
SMALLWOOD LIVERY CENTRE
by kind permission of Mr & Mrs I Morris
Saturday 3rd June 2017
This competition is intended to prepare and encourage riders to take part in One Day Eventing. It is strictly for beginners and genuine Novice partnerships and those new to eventing. Winning or being placed at this event does NOT upgrade competitors from Novice Status.
Enter and pay online via www.cheshirehuntnorthpc.com or by post using the official entry form.
POSTAL ENTRIES TO: Joan Deakin, 2 Broomfield Barn, Trap Street, Somerford Booths, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 2LT.
Tel 07484 714321. Email email@example.com
Refreshments will be available
CLASS 4 IS OPEN TO RIDING CLUB/NON PC MEMBERS OF ANY AGE. ALL OTHER CLASSES ARE ONLY OPEN TO PONY CLUB MEMBERS
Classes 2 – 4 Dressage Test – Pony Club Grassroots Dressage Test 2016 Test cannot be commanded, (called)
Classes 5 & 6 Dressage – Pony Club Grassroots Dressage Test 2016. Test can be commanded, (called)
Classes 7 – 9 Dressage Test – Pony Club Introductory Dressage Test 2007. Test can be commanded (called).
The workshop costs £20 to attend and is suitable for all coaches and Pony Club volunteers. Full details are on this page: http://www.pcuk.org/index.php/safeguarding/safeguarding_and_protecting_children_workshops/safeguarding_workshops/.
Health & Safety Secretary
Sunday 26th March
Cross Country technique training with Dee Kennedy at Kingsley (CW8 2RW). £25 each. Four in a group for an hour. Please state any preference for time. Open to all tetrathlon competitors.
Thursday 6th April
Cross Country on the field at Kelsall. £20 each. Four in a group for an hour. Instructor to be confirmed. This is dependant on enough people being available as it is still term time for some. Open to all tetrathlon competitors.
Tues 30th May
Cross Country technique training with Richard Carruthers at his yard. £17.50 each. Four in a group for an hour, 9.30 – 1.30. This is just before the Junior Tetrathlon Regionals so priority will go to juniors aiming for the regionals.
To book any or all trainings, in the first instance, please email your Area 5 Tetrathlon organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org
In all cases please send a cheque, payable to Area 5 Tetrathlon, to Judy Gleave at:
and please write on the back which training it is for, which rider and their riding level. Any cheques without this information are likely to get ignored! First come first served.
April 11th at Reaseheath £30
with Hilary Wakefield
Apply to Meg: email@example.com