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-Willberry Musical Ride – scroll down Home page
- We need xc fence judges – please contact Geoff Andrews – see below
Behind the Scenes Area Eventing – see below
- Space available dressage training with Helen Williamson- see below
- Junior & NC entries team entries required for Wilton PC & Avon Vale PC ODEs – see below
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S P O T T E D ! ------------ S P O T T E D !
If you and your pony have achieved something recently, no matter how small a thing it might be (it doesn’t have to be a competition) if its special or important to you please let us know and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put it in our Spotted section (below)
Well done to all those Wylye members competing at Millfield BE on 14th and 15th May. Particular congratulations must go to Hannah Francis who did fantastically well to compete, let alone complete, another BE event. How remarkable she is and what a true inspiration to us all. Good luck at the next one Hannah. Also to Christie Antoniou (below) who competed in her first ever BE event and achieved a double clear in her section of the BE90. On the Sunday Roberta Cameron-Rossiter continued her recent great success with another double clear to come 4th in her section of the BE100.
Meanwhile, we had several members competing in the Stonar ISODE. Well done to all, in particular: Kate Prendergast 5th and Georgia Newby-Vincent 12th in their sections of the 80cm and to Tia Cuff 2nd and Lauren Blackmar 3rd in their sections of the 70cm.
Other members were out enjoying themselves in the sun at the hunter trial at Mendip Plains: Congratulations to Clarissa Crees winner of the 90cm class, Bella Crees & Ocean Moore 3rd in the 80cm pairs and then we mustn’t forget an excellent result for Wylye Mum Lorraine Antoniou 5th in the 80cm class!
Congratulations all, keep it up! Apologies to anyone missed who was placed, please let us know.
XC Fence judges required for AREA Eventing
23rd July at Southfield House
If your child is likely to be competing then please don’t volunteer but otherwise please get in touch with Geoff Andrews asap
It may seem far ahead but this needs to be organised well in advance!
Tel 01749 850229 or 07515 868785 or email email@example.com
A huge thank you to Geoff Andrews and all our helpers, sponsors and of course Wincanton Racecourse for organising, hosting etc our Pony Race Day.
Special thanks too to all the competitors who had travelled from far and wide
Please click on the link below for the results.
One space available on Saturday 28th May with Helen Williamson at Southfield House in the afternoon.
45 minute sessions with 2 riders per group. £15
Please contact Dawn Clarke
Fancy having a look at what’s involved on the day running Area Eventing?
Now’s your chance. Please click on the link below to find out more.
Schedules below for all those competing in this competition in the Willberry Musical Ride and for fellow members
please come and support our members, for Hannah & Willberry
and why not compete in the Wilton PC’s show whilst you’re there (schedule below)
What a brilliant weekend Millie Toulson-Clarke had at the Royal Windsor Show, competing for the Southern England Region Tetrathlon Team. Such an amazing experience and exceeded her and her family’s expectations by far. It was a very high quality competition and Millie’s team of Southern England came 6th. She went clear in the jumping but unfortunately her team mates did not fare so well in the ridng phase and so the team dropped from overnight 4th. Millie came about 12th overall individually and in the top 5/6 girls….but Miles reports that the positions really were of no importance and it was being there that was the real treat. They felt very lucky indeed. Congratulations Millie!
Wylye member, Harry Willis was selected to ride his pony Falan in the England team in a mounted games competition for the Daks Challenge Cup at Royal Windsor Show which was held from 11th to 15th May.
The competition took place over three heats and a final. Wales took a seven point lead into the final, but due to a titanic performance England won the final in front of HM The Queen by three points. Harry was presented with the cup and his medal/rosettes by Prince Philip. His highness complemented Harry’s performance, particularly in the old sock race!
In addition to riding in the competition, Harry also played an active role in the HMQ90 Birthday Celebrations, both riding Falan and with a role on foot.
Overall it was the most memorable of weeks, never to be forgotten by Harry and his family. Well done, a great achievement Harry!
Avon Vale PC ODE
26th June at West Wilts EC
This competition will form part of the Wylye training for Area Eventing (this does not mean you have to do it but we would encourage you to do so if you are available). All Wylye entries to be through WVPC please.
If you would like to do this competition please email your entry to Annabel Wilkinson asap (and by 30th May at the very latest) stating which class you would like to do, with the name of horse and rider.
Class 1A Teams & individuals at heights as for Junior Area Eventing (SJ 85, XC 80)
Class 2A Teams & individuals at heights as for Novice Challenge Area Eventing (SJ 95, XC 90)
Class 3 Individuals at heights as for Intermediate Area Eventing (SJ 1.05, XC 1.0m)
No payment required yet!
If you have already entered please let Annabel know.
Please note other competitions you should consider in preparation for Area Eventing include the RA PC ODE at Larkhill on 4th June, Wilton PC ODE on 19th June and the Avon Vale PC CT at WWEC in the evening of 20th June.
Please email Annabel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the link below to view some important information for all those wishing to be considered for Area competitions this year.
The document describes the various competitions and levels and explains the criteria for selection.
Please note that, if you wish to be considered for any teams for dressage, SJ or eventing, you must register your interest with the appropriate team manager by Monday 23rd May.
Our mounted games teams had their Area competition on Saturday 23rd April. We all made our way to Homelands Farm and the day started sunny, windy and very cold. Our Seniors were on first, we had two teams of Seniors, the A team consisted of, Brigitte Boher, Lydia Collingwood, Harry Willis, Jake Hartley and Charlotte Limond. In the B team were Ethan Collingwood, Mia Marshall, Hannah Garrett, Daisy Hunt and Tilly Lyons. They all rode very well and the end result was the A team were first and qualified for Zone and the B team were 4th, they beat West Hants B team and Poole B team so a good result all round. Next our Juniors were on, we only had one team of Juniors and they were, Lainey O’Neill, Conor Crouch, Tilly Lyons, Faith Cox and Livvy Miller our 6th non riding member was Lexi Cooper. The Juniors did brilliantly as they only dropped 2 points which meant they won very convincingly and are now also through to Zone.
It was then the turn of our Novice teams, we had three teams, they all did brilliantly and out of four teams in total we came first second and third. The riders in the Novices were, A team Livvy Miller, Lexi Cooper, Ellie Burton and Lola James, the B team were, Issy Cox, Daisy Read, Bonnie James, Sebastian Phibben, and the C team were, Lewis Burton, Lexi Allen, Tallulah Phibben and we had 2 West Hants riders to make this team up.
Well done teams and good luck at the Zones for the Senior and Junior team. Jayne Andrews.
PC Area 14 has introduced three new leagues for eventers!
There are three leagues: One for PC ODES held in Area 14, one for BE at levels 90, 100 or Novice and one for those doing BE at Novice to Intermediate level
You must register your interest by 30th April to take part. Please click on the links below for further details.
We are hoping to enter the Musical Ride competition for Area 14 on the 30th May and at the PC Championships at Cholmondeley Castle on Monday 22nd August.
We thought it would be nice to do this in a Willberry Wonder Pony theme. We need 6 to 12 riders to form the ride.
Your pony or horse will need to be happy to ride closely alongside others/not kick/be fine with costumes and loud music!!!
We are initially holding two training days and will then form a plan from there:
30th March 2pm onwards and 2nd April 2pm onwards, both at Southfield House
If you are interested in being selected please book in for training with Kim George – email@example.com or text 07912629700.
Please make sure you are able to make the competition dates and that you are happy to travel 4 hours to Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire! You and your pony/horse will need to stay overnight. Last year a stable cost £55 for the first night and £28 for subsequent nights. Camping is a further £11 before booking in, unless you stay elsewhere.
If you haven’t already done so then you MUST have your hat checked and tagged by either Miles, Heather Collingwood or Kim George. This is most likely to be done at a rally or event.
From 1st January 2016 the Pony Club will not be allowing hats which are only marked with the standard (BS)EN 1384. After 31 December 2015 only hats which are certified and are also marked with one of the other standards permissible by the Pony Club (PAS 015, Snell E2001, AS/NZS 3838, ASTM F1163 and VG1) will be allowed and must be tagged with a WHITE hat tag. The full list of standards is as stated in The Pony Club Yearbook.
The Pony Club will accept the new red BE hat tags, so if Members have BE red tagged hats, they will not need tagging with a white Pony Club hat tag.
It is your responsibility to get your hat tagged. Please note the hat tag will not and does not indicate that the hat fits or is in good condition.
Body protectors used in Cross Country or Pony Racing must be BETA Level 3 2009 standard. These have a purple BETA tag on them.
To see the 2016 hat and body protector rules please go to our PC Rules & Rule Book page.