Thursday May 26, 2016

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Updated 19th May 2016



  • Tuesday Night Rallies -

    Tuesday 24th May Barons Grange Readers Lane Iden TN31 7UU a chance to use the show jumps 5 p.m.

    Tuesday 31st May Barons Grange Readers Lane Iden TN31 7UU a chance to use the show jumps. 5 p.m. During the day C+ C and D+ tests will take place times to follow most probably p.m.

    Sunday 5th June Pony Club open show at Delmonden, Hawkhurst  TN18

    Rallies from 7th June move to Hawkhurst

    There will also be C+ and above rallies at Ringle Green on each Tuesday until 31st May.

    Junior Rallies Tuesday 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Playden TN31 7UN, for all standards and preparation for C+, C and D+ tests.

    There will be a further opportunity in the summer for C+, C, D+ and road safety tests when the rallies move to Delmonden at beginning of June.

    Please book in a week in advance with Julie or 01797 227253


  • To clarify any confusion regards rallies and Area qualification requirements. This quote from the Rule Book should clarify things.
    For Area Competitions and above, Members must have been to a minimum of three working rallies since the previous 1st July, one of which must be in the current year, to be eligible to represent their Branch.

    A working Rally is one at which instruction is given and which is open to all Members of the Branch within the age range for which it is intended. It may be either a mounted or dismounted Rally. A dismounted Rally is usually for horse and pony care training. Camp counts as one Working Rally. Team practices or coaching sessions do not qualify as Working Rallies.





    SUNDAY 5th June 2016 at Delmonden Farm, Hawkhurst, Kent

    By kind permission of Mr & Mrs N Edwards, Entries close Friday 3rd June 2016. Entries limited in all classes – £5 per class RMPC members, £6 non members.  Late entries £3 extra per class (if space permitting)

    Horse Show Schedule 2016 – ENTRIES BEING TAKEN

    Cup Reminder – These need to be engraved NOW and back to Lisa Cheevers at: or ring:  01580 830 812 by the end of May.


  • TETRATHLON – for full details visit the tet page..

    Shooting Mondays from 5.30 and Fridays from 4.30 have some coming at 5.15 you must book in each time you are coming so I can spread the 3s out.
  • Sunday 29th May Eridge tetrathlon
    You will find in due course the schedules on the web site by doing pcuk.comarea11 and pressing dates.
    Julie makes all the entries for Romney Marsh Pony Club for tetrathlon, please contact her ref entering and how you are going to pay.We shoot Mondays from 5.30 and Fridays from 4.30 TN31 7UU.   It helps if you book in so i can space you out in groups of 3.
    Remember Triathlon does not include riding at this time of the year.

    Shooting practices, David and Julie will be doing shooting practice, Mondays at 5.30 p.m. and Fridays at 4.30 p.m. the Pack house, Barons Grange, Readers Lane Iden Tn31 7UU, Julie 01797227253 or Dave 01797280049 or email 

    You have to have shoot training before you compete at tetrathlon. To shoot in competition you have to be 8, under 8s do bean bag throwing.

    You do not need to own your own gun, but if you do wish to buy one, please contact David Ramus for details of what gun to buy and where from – 01797260622 0r 01797280049


  • PAYMENTS – Please can everyone remember you need to pay for all training and competitions before you will be entered. We have sadly been spending to much time chasing people for payments, so please make sure you pay with your entry or booking, by cheque or online. Once we have had confirmation of online payments from Peta your entry will be excepted, so don’t forget to email her when you make a payment. There is a risk without payment your entry or booking will not be excepted.
    For how to make an online payment, Click Here for the payment page, this can also be found under General Information/Making a Payment on the left hand sidebar.
  • Making a Payment Online
    Peta Marsh, RMPC treasurer, has put together a system to enable payment to be made for Pony Club events, training etc by Bank transfer.
    Please take a few moments to read it through. Peta will be available at the AGM to answer any questions you may have. Please note: if you are unable to pay by this method cheques and cash will still be accepted.
    Click Here for the payment page, this can also be found under General Information/Making a Payment on the left hand sidebar.



  • Don’t forget to make sure your horse or ponies vaccinations are up to date… More and more venues require them and if you don’t have them you risk your child not being able to compete..
  • Please note your completed membership form and cleared payment are required before you can attend a rally.


  • The Pony Club, subscriptions will fall due on: 1st FEBRUARY
    Any membership that is not paid up and renewed before 28th February 2016 will be deemed to have lapsed and insurance cover will cease.
    All members who wish to be considered for area teams MUST be fully paid up members by 28th February 2016. (This is a national not a branch rule)
    The subs will be £70 individual / £175 family.
    Any questions please get in touch:


  • All rules for the Pony Club can be found on the Parents Information Page of the main Pony Club Website /rules of the pony club, here you will find information on hats, body protectors etc. Parents Information/Rules


  • HAT RULE 2016
    In January 2016 a new hat rule was bought out, please make sure you have the correct hat and don’t forget you must have your hat tagged for any competitions. Link to new Hate Rule 2016
    It is mandatory for all Members to wear a protective helmet at all times when mounted with a chinstrap fastened and adjusted so as to prevent movement of the hat in the event of a fall. This rule defines the quality of manufacture that is required. The individual disciplines also have additional requirements with regard to colour and type. It is strongly recommended that second hand hats are not purchased.
    The hat standards accepted as of 1st January 2016 are detailed in the table below: