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THE HURSTPIERPOINT COLLEGE NATIONAL at Hickstead

PONY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS 2013

2013 Hickstead Winners -  Beaufort Hunt PC

2013 Hickstead Winners - Beaufort Hunt PC

TEAM RESULTS

1  BEAUFORT HUNT PONY CLUB, CHIPPENHAM, WILTS

1 Quidelle Du Reverdy       Rachel Stanley        Rachel Stanley

2 Skyline II                            Leonne George        Leonne George

3 Askan Van Overis            Toby Bevins              Mary Spencer

4 Clio V                                  Jasmine Punter        Jasmine Punter

8th       LEDBURY PONY CLUB, LEDBURY, HEREFORDSHIRE

1 Penny For The Pauper    Mrs J Jones               Harry Jones

2 Corkhill Ruby                    Mrs J Jones               Miranda Jones

3 Zermie                                Miss K Richards       Katie Richards

4 Mr Seamus                         Mrs H Robson          Anna Robson

9th=     HEYTHROP HUNT PONY CLUB, ASCOTT-U-WYCHWOOD, OXFORDSHIRE

1 Kidogo King                       Harriet Gloag            Harriet Gloag

2 Lisdoonvara Lad               Tilly Rigby                 Tilly Rigby

3 Moreton Hall Aston          Thomas Martin         Thomas Martin

4 Spanish Clio                     Florence Woods       Florence Woods

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

2nd    QUIDELLE DU REVERDY      Rachel Stanley       Rachel Stanley 0/0 40.80
(Beaufort Hunt Pony Club, Chippenham, Wiltshire)

> 2013 Regional Tetrathlon Results

2013 Tetrathlon Regional Winners

UK Regional Competition.

RESULTS

A good weekend for the Central England Team, all from Area 9 ( John Church (Old Berks),Paddy Gilling, Greg and Ollie Hall (VWH), and Harry Sykes (Croome)) to first place in the Senior Regional Tetrathlon Championships.  It was a very close finish, their 15,947 points beating the Welsh Team by just 14 points.  A picture of all the Central boys, with the trophy they have retained for a second year, is attached.

Alice Harper (Ledbury) was placed 10th out of 76 competitors in the Girls competition.

2013 – Gatcombe Team SJ Winners – Beaufort

Congratulations to Beaufort Hunt for Winning the show jumping competition at Gatcombe!

Beaufort Hunt - Gatcombe Winners

Friday 2nd August 2013

1st Beaufort Hunt

  • Leonne George           Skyline II
  • Rachel Stanley             Quidelle Du Reverdy               0
  • Poppy Ralph                Vanir Jenson Busted
  • Jasmine Punter           Clio V

2nd V.W.H

  • Anna Horton                Ardfield Express
  • Tintin Belsham            Billy                                         8
  • Alice Edgedale              Urella Z
  • Alice Bibby                  Smart Approach

3rd North Cotswold

  • James Clarke               Ballycullen Bay
  • Ellie Coldicott              Special Treat                           16
  • Tabitha Rogers            Colliga Dunnock
  • Ella Hitchman             Rocky Rockstar

4th Warwickshire Hunt

  • Lucy Mills                    Ekko Zedevise
  • Harriet Dicken            Darle Looks                             16
  • Imogen Hall                Nimrod
  • Emily Heare                Medi Medley

5th Teme Valley

  • Edward Jones              Oaksey
  • Hollie Preece              Murphy                                   20
  • Freddie Powell            Facinni
  • Kate Mills                    Milly

6th Clifton on Teme

  • Emily Denson              Otto
  • Holly Bradshaw           Brownie                                   20
  • Eleanor Lewis              Inca
  • Grace Thomas             Babe
>DBS

DBS (CRB)

Pony Club must have a current DBS on record.  The DBS process has been updated such that now this process may be accomplished online therefore approvals are received much quicker and able to be reviewed online.  To obtain a current DBS (CRB):

1 . Volunteer/employee Completes PC Self Declaration and Consent Form and sends it to BRANCH who retains a copy and forwards a copy to Hannah Clack at PCHQ.

2.  Complete DBS Disclosure  – ONLINE

Previous check completed by Pony Club within the previous twelve months

Nothing needs to occur for the next 2 years.

Previous check completed within the previous twelve months

1)    Upon completion of the PC Self Declaration and Consent Form, the applicant receives Login/Password details from Branch ID checker to complete online DBS application.

2)    Applicant completes DBS online form (there is a tutorial available)

3)    Applicant meets with Branch who confirms applicant’s identity, bringing required documents (click here for documents) and collects appropriate fees on behalf of branch (pony club HQ will collect the fee from the branch).

4)    DBS provides updates online within 4 days.

5)    PCHQ, Branch, Area can look online for approved DBS.

In the event of the Disclosure indicating a relevant conviction or other information the applicant has the right to appeal to the Pony Club Review and Appeals Committee.

Non-Riding Coaches & Instructors

Non-Riding: Coaches / Instructors for non-riding activities such as shooting, swimming etc

–       used for coaching sports / disciplines other than riding for Pony Club activities e.g. Swimming, Shooting, Running.

Present on the Pony Club Instructor Database.

Pony  Club Instructors folder

Have a current DBS (CRB)

Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”


Present on Pony Club Database

In order to teach for The Pony Club, all Instructors/coaches must either be Verified by Pony Club or accredited coach for BEF discipline body.  To become present on the Pony Club Instructor Database, a branch must share the Instructors contact details with Pony Club Main Office.  An instructor may not be added to the database without the referral by a branch.

BEF Accredited Coach

Accredited coaches for another BEF discipline body (British Eventing, British Dressage, British Showjumping, UK Polocrosse Association etc.) may be used in The Pony Club but only for the discipline that they are accredited in.

Have a Current DBS (CRB)

Click Here for information on how to obtain current DBS.

Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for “Safeguarding &  Protecting Children Workshop ”

Pony  Club Instructors folder

Should have access to a copy of the “Pony Club Instructors Folder”

Have a current First Aid certificate – as appropriate to discipline or position within PC

Pony Club no longer offers first aid training.   First Aid certificates may be obtained by attending a course.  Check online training for first aid course options.

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for  “First Aid Course Options”

Volunteer: Coaches & Instructors

Volunteer: Coaches / Instructors

-       must be unpaid and

-       supervised by a Fully Accredited Coach (category 1), the DC, or any other official who fulfills the requirements for category 1

Present on the Pony Club Instructor Database.

Pony  Club Instructors folder

Where Volunteer Coaches are coaching regularly (i.e. four or more times within any 30 day period) a DBS check and attendance at a Safeguarding & Protecting Children workshop is required.

Have a current DBS (CRB)

Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”


Present on Pony Club Database

In order to teach for The Pony Club, all Instructors/coaches must either be Verified by Pony Club or accredited coach for BEF discipline body.  To become present on the Pony Club Instructor Database, a branch must share the Instructors contact details with Pony Club Main Office.  An instructor may not be added to the database without the referral by a branch.

BEF Accredited Coach

Accredited coaches for another BEF discipline body (British Eventing, British Dressage, British Showjumping, UK Polocrosse Association etc.) may be used in The Pony Club but only for the discipline that they are accredited in.

Pony  Club Instructors folder

Supervised: Coaches / Instructors and

Should have access to a copy of the “Pony Club Instructors Folder”

Have a Current DBS (CRB)

Click Here for information on how to obtain current DBS.

Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for “Safeguarding &  Protecting Children Workshop ”

DBS – Paper Method

DBS Disclosure – Paper

If an applicant does not have access to a computer the DBS can be completed in a paper format. (Click Here)

Previous check completed within the previous twelve months

1)    Branch checks APPLICANT’S DISCLOSURE FORM.

2)    Branch confirms applicant’s identity and completes the bottom of the CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK COVER SHEET with THE VOLUNTEER’S SELF DECLARATION FORM.

3)    The Branch retains a copy and one copy to be sent in to The Pony Club Office, Stoneleigh.

No previous check

1)    Branch gives volunteer a DBS DISCLOSURE APPLICATION FORM.

2) Volunteer completes  and returns to Branch along with identity documents

a)    DBS DISCLOSURE APPLICATION FORM –  (Sections A,B,C and E only) in BLACK ink and BLOCK CAPITALS. Please leave Section D blank. If forms have to be returned due to errors, a fee of £5 will be charged, so please read instructions carefully.

b)    CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK COVER SHEET – Top section only

3)    Branch verifies volunteers identity and completes the bottom of this DBS DISCLOSURE APPLICATION FORM, what documents were seen and signs and dates the form.

a)    The ID checkers will need to fill in the registered body use only boxes in Section A, B to verify the applicant’s details and Section W. DO NOT fill in Section D, X, Y, Z

b)    Branch/Centre CPO sends the DISCLOSURE APPLICATION FORM together with the CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK COVER SHEET and the administration fee (made payable to British Horse Society) to The Pony Club Office, Stoneleigh. (Volunteer £10, Employed £54). Do not send forms to DBS or the BHS.

4)    The form is checked and a record made before it is forwarded to the BHS Approvals Department and the DBS.

5)    DBS sends disclosure report back to BHS Approvals Department and volunteer.

6)    BHS Approvals Department informs The Pony Club Office of the result. Branch informed.

In the event of the Disclosure indicating a relevant conviction or other information the applicant has the right to appeal to the Pony Club Review and Appeals Committee.

7)    Disclosure report retained by BHS Approvals Department for 6 months before secure shredding.

Supervised: Coaches /Instructors

Supervised: Coaches / Instructors

  • Must not earn their main income from coaching riding.
  • They may be paid to coach for The Pony Club.
  • They must be supervised by a Fully Accredited Coach (category 1), the DC, or any other official who fulfills the requirements for category 1.

1. Present on the Pony Club Instructor Database.

2. Attended a Pony Club “Instructor CPD” course in the past 2 years.

3. Pony Club Instructors folder

Where Supervised Coaches are coaching regularly (i.e. four or more times within any 30 day period) a DBS (or PVG or Access NI) check and attendance at a Safeguarding & Protecting Children workshop is required.

4. Have a current DBS (CRB)

5.  Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”

1. Present on Pony Club Database

In order to teach for The Pony Club, all Instructors/coaches must either be Verified by Pony Club or accredited coach for BEF discipline body.  To become present on the Pony Club Instructor Database, a branch must share the Instructors contact details with Pony Club Main Office.  An instructor may not be added to the database without the referral by a branch.

BEF Accredited Coach

Accredited coaches for another BEF discipline body (British Eventing, British Dressage, British Showjumping, UK Polocrosse Association etc.) may be used in The Pony Club but only for the discipline that they are accredited in.

2. Attended a Pony Club “Instructor CPD” course in the past 2 years.

To satisfy at least one of the following Continual Professional Development (CPD) requirements:

  • Have attended a Pony Club Instructor CPD (accreditation) course in the past two years.  Check online for training courses.
  • Be present on the current BHS register of instructors (can be viewed on the BHS website)
  • Have achieved UKCC Level 1 or 2 with The Pony Club (received their certificate and their assessment must have been taken in the past two years).

Check under Area 9 Training Dates for  “Instructor Continued Professional Development Courses”

3. Have a Current DBS (CRB)

Click Here for information on how to obtain current DBS.

4. Have a current First Aid certificate

Pony Club no longer offers first aid training.   First Aid certificates may be obtained by attending a course.  Check online training for first aid course options.

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for  “First Aid Course Options”

5. Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for “Safeguarding &  Protecting Children Workshop ”

6. Pony  Club Instructors folder

Supervised: Coaches / Instructors Should have access to a copy of the “Pony Club Instructors Folder”

Fully Accredited Coaches/Instructors

Fully Accredited: Equestrian Coaches / Instructors

- take sole charge of the groups they coach.

1.  Present on the Pony Club Instructor Database.

2.  Attended a Pony Club “Instructor CPD” course in the past 2 years.

3.  Have a current DBS (CRB)

4.  Have a current First Aid certificate

5.  Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”


1. Present on Pony Club Database

In order to teach for The Pony Club, all Instructors/coaches must either be Verified by Pony Club or accredited coach for BEF discipline body.  To become present on the Pony Club Instructor Database, a branch must share the Instructors contact details with Pony Club Main Office.  An instructor may not be added to the database without the referral by a branch.

BEF Accredited Coach

Accredited coaches for another BEF discipline body (British Eventing, British Dressage, British Showjumping, UK Polocrosse Association etc.) may be used in The Pony Club but only for the discipline that they are accredited in.

2. Attended a Pony Club “Instructor CPD” course in the past 2 years.

To satisfy at least one of the following Continual Professional Development (CPD) requirements:

  • Have attended a Pony Club Instructor CPD (accreditation) course in the past two years.  Check online for training courses.
  • Be present on the current BHS register of instructors (can be viewed on the BHS website)
  • Have achieved UKCC Level 1 or 2 with The Pony Club (received their certificate and their assessment must have been taken in the past two years).

Check under Area 9 Training Dates for  “Instructor Continued Professional Development Courses”

3. Have a Current DBS (CRB)

Click Here for information on how to obtain current DBS

4. Have a current First Aid certificate

Pony Club no longer offers first aid training.   First Aid certificates may be obtained by attending a course.  Check online training for first aid course options.

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for  “First Aid Course Options”

5. Attended a “Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop”

See Area 9 Adult Training Dates for “Safeguarding &  Protecting Children Workshop ”

6. Pony  Club Instructors folder

A Fully Accredited: Equestrian Coaches / Instructors

OWN a “Pony Club Instructors Folder” which can be obtained directly from Pony Club online shop.

Supervised: Coaches / Instructors and
Non-Riding: Coaches / Instructors for non-riding / horse related activities

Should have access to a copy of the “Pony Club Instructors Folder”

2013 PC Racing – Cheltenham

2013 Area 9 Pony racing at Cheltenham Racecourse

Area 9 Cheltenham Pony Racing

Area 9 Cheltenham Pony Racing

April 2013 – A great day was had by all and the rain managed to stay away. Some children, parents and ponies had very early start to the day coming from Essex, Fernie, Newmarket, Puckeridge, to name but a few.

It was great to see so many children having a go for the first time. So much so that the first two races had to be divided so everybody had a go.

A great cross section of ponies from little woolly ones to little thoroughbreds, children from 9yrs to 15yrs all mixing together and lending kit some had forgot,

A big thank you to all the sponsors, volunteers and of course Cheltenham Racecourse that makes this great day possible.