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The Lanhydrock 2017 Open Hunter Trial Results are attached below;

Copy of Hunter Trial 2017 Results (1)

For those who didn’t pick up their rosettes please contact Steph Chapman at  stwinnow@btinternet.com

  • Please make sure when walking the course ahead of the event that you DO NOT PARK ON THE PARKLAND OR THE CROSS COUNTRY COURSE
  • Everyone must use the National Trust car park and walk down to the course. WE HAVE TO KEEP TO NATIONAL TRUST REQUESTS OTHERWISE WE WILL LOSE THIS VENUE, SO PLEASE CO-OPERATE WITH US – IT’S IN EVERYONES’ INTEREST! Jump Judges and helpers please remember to bring your letter from Steph which you should have received by email. If not received please contact Ros 07879816450
  • Please click here for times: Hunter trial entries17

Newsletter and Booking System Update

The latest NCHPC newsletter is now available to read online and there is an information sheet about how to book online.

Please click here to view the newsletter and booking system information.

  • 2017 Pony Club Membership

Branch_Membership_Form_2017_Web

 WELCOME TO THE NORTH CORNWALL HUNT PONY CLUB

Camp Prize Giving 2014 (2)

About the Club

We are one of more than 350 branches and Centres in Great Britain, and there are in excess of 43,000 members throughout the country. The Pony Club also has Branches in 18 other countries, the International membership totals over 110,000.

The aims of the Pony Club are to promote good horsemanship by providing fun, friendship, training and competition for its members. Most British Equestrian Medal winners have been Pony Club members!

The North Cornwall Hunt Branch has around 70 members at present, with ages ranging from 5 to 24! We cater for all levels and abilities and try to cover as wide a range of disciplines as possible. During the year we hold rallies and training to cater for everyone and hold Camps for Minis, Juniors & Seniors. We also enter teams in Area 16 events and competitions.

But most important of all, there is the opportunity to make friends with other people who have the same love of horses and ponies that we do.

The North Cornwall Hunt Branch is run by a committee of parents and it is important that every family makes an effort to volunteer to help with the running of events.