Thursday February 22, 2018
Working Flat Rally Sunday 19th March

Don’t forget to get booked onto the Flat rally this Sunday 19th March. Upper Norton from 1pm. The instructor is Sophie Cox. £10.

This session is suitable for all members from lead rein up and not limited to those wishing to do dressage. It will be particularly useful for those of you wishing to take you C test shortly as Sophie also teaches the pony club tests and will be able to answer or go over any difficulties you may have (although this is not a formal training session).

If you are wishing to compete at Area you do need to start training early and would recommend you start sooner rather than later so you feel fully prepared and confident for the competitions in July.

Please enter via the Events Booking page asap if you would like to come.

Thank you!

Area 9 Dengie Dressage

We would like to wish Lucy Harrison lots of luck at the Area 9 Dengie Dressage Competition tomorrow – she is representing us at Intermediate Level! Good Luck Lucy! :-)

New Rallies added to Calendar!

Just to let you know that we have arranged 3 new rallies and these are available to book on the Events Booking page.

These are Flatwork Rallies with Sophie Cox and will be held at Upper Norton from 1pm on 19th March, 9th April & 7th May. £10.

Thank you.

Spring Newsletter

Please find the Spring Newsletter on the link below:

Spring Newsletter 2017

Thank you!


Combined Flat/Arena Eventing Rally 20/2/17

Don’t forget to get booked onto the combined Flat/Arena Eventing Rally at Lincomb next Monday. All ages and abilities are welcome including lead rein. 1 hr flat and 1 hr jumping but you can just do one if you prefer. Hot chocolate will be provided! Please book via the Events booking page asap. Thank you !

Show Jumping Success!

Well done to Matty, Jake and Bea who came 6th as a team in Class 2 at the Wyre Forest PC Show jumping show on 12th February!

Horse & Pony care 8/2/17

Just to remind you that there is another Horse & Pony care rally next week Wednesday 8th Feb with the Wyre Forest PC. Held in Little Witley Village hall at 6.30. Please book asap if you would like to come along either email Luise or via the Events Booking page. Thank you !

C Test Training sessions

The following training sessions have been arranged for those Members taking their C Test in April and are available to book on the Events Booking page:

1. 26th February, 1hr riding, Upper Norton from 1pm with Laura Bennett £10

2. 12th March, 1hr riding plus 1/2 hr Horse & Pony care, Upper Norton from 2 pm with Laura Bennett. £15

3. 25th March,Horse & Pony Care, 1hr un-mounted, Gumburn Farm, afternoon, with Laura Bennett £10

4. 10th April, Riding XC, 12-3pm, ACE cross country with Laura Bennett. £20

5. 19th April, Mock C test, Upper Norton with Laura Bennett – time to be confirmed. £10

These sessions will also be working rallies and all members are welcome.

Thank you.

C Test 2017

We have now arranged a date for the C Test. This will be held at Upper Norton on Friday 21st April 2017 between 10am and 1 pm. There will be no charge for Clifton members taking this test.

You should have received a Facebook invitation to take part in this if you are eligible. If you haven’t received an invitation and think that you should have please can you email Luise Harrison ASAP.

If you would like to take part please can you let Luise Harrison know by the end of February at by booking a place on the Events Booking page.

The recommended minimum age is 11 years. Members should hold their D+ test and either the PC Road Rider achievement badge, the PC Road Rider test or the BHS Riding and Road safety before entering the C test. If you need to do any of these please let Luise know so they can be incorporated into the training. Thank you!

Rally Attire – update

In our previous post about rally attire we mentioned that Pony Club were considering relaxing the rule about wearing small stud earring at Rallies and other events. This is NOT the case - the 2017 PC rules do NOT allow for the wearing of jewellery. This was decided by the PC Equestrian Council.

Sorry for any confusion caused. Thank you.