Wednesday March 22, 2023
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For this competition the entries are going to be processed through

The online schedule and booking form can be found at:

All the relevant information such as classes, tests, rules and times can be found here, there is also an option to download a paper schedule for printing if you wish.


The online booking and payment works as Entry form A, declaring how many teams you wish to enter and payment.

Upon entering entry form B will be emailed to you to declare your named entries.

Entry form A Open 12th June and Closes 26th June,

Entry form B (Named entries) will close on the 10th July

The easiest and quickest way to book and pay is online using the safe and secure payment gateway.
There are three Payment options enter online and chose to pay by Card or BACS or to use the postal forms and pay by cheque.

Larger branches with multiple teams / managers will find the pay by BACS form the easiest and quickest option.

If you have any question regarding the online entries system or declaration form please feel free  to contact Horse-events or 07962 251 696ot after 7pm

We would prefer to help you so just send us an email or give us a call to talk you through the system if you’re stuck in any way

Kind regards


07962 251 696


D & D+ Assessor Day

See Instructors training page for details …….

Introduction to Coaching course Step 2

Check out the training pages for more information.

Stonar training day pictures

A great day was had by all at the recent Stonar training day at Lincombe ……. see training page for more pictures of the day.DSC_6263

Rider Development Pathway

Congratulations to Show Jumper Lucy Morgan from Monmouthshire Pony Club who has been selected to attend the RDP Training Camp on 4th and 5th July.

Pony Racing Taster Day

pony racing taster day

For further details and entry form please check out the Racing Page.



Congratulations to Mali Howell from Llangeinor who finished 8th in the Junior Girls Class at the Tetrathlon. Mali will be the Area 10 representative in the Wales and Borders Team for Royal Windsor Show Tetrathlon 2015.


Huge congratulations to Kate Mills from the Golden Valley who recently passed her A test.

The Pony Club Hat Rule 2015

Hat rules are constantly being updated. Please check The Pony Club Hat Rule 2015, and make sure your hat qualifies. If you are going to buy a new hat, it’s a good idea to read the Rule carefully, print it out and take it with you to the shop to ensure you don’t buy a hat which will not be usable in 2016.


You may also be interested to read this article from Horse & Country TV on the latest riding hat regulations.

Rule change regarding the wearing of Air Jackets 2015


The Pony Club’s rule number 16. IV. Body Protectors is immediately amended with regard to air jackets. Previously it was always compulsory to wear a body protector if the Member was wearing an air jacket. With immediate effect this rule now only applies in cross country and Pony Racing. In any other circumstances air jackets may now be worn without a body protector.

If a Member chooses to wear a combined air jacket and body protector they do not have to wear a separate body protector as well. A combined air jacket and body protector satisfies the requirements of the rule.

The rule will now read as follows (the amendment is written in red):

Rule 16

IV. Body Protectors

The Pony Club does not make the use of body protectors compulsory, except for all cross-country riding and Pony Racing whether it be training or competing. For general use, the responsibility for choosing body protectors and the decision as to their use must rest with Members and their parents. It is recommended that a rider’s body protector should not be more than 2% of their body weight. When worn, body protectors must fit correctly, be comfortable, and must not restrict movement.

Riders who choose to use the Woof Wear Body Cage EXO must lodge a key with the event organiser when they collect their number.

If a rider chooses to wear an air jacket in cross country or Pony Racing it must only be used in addition to a normal body protector. Parents and Members must be aware that riders may be permitted to continue after a fall in both competition and training rides. In the event of a fall, it must be fully deflated or removed before continuing, the conventional body protector will continue to give protection. Air jackets must not be worn under a jacket and number bibs should be fitted loosely or with elasticated fastenings over the air jacket.

When an air jacket inflates, the sudden noise startles horses in the immediate vicinity, thereby causing difficulties for the other members of a ride during a group ride in a confined area, e.g. an indoor school or outdoor ménage. Air jackets are therefore discouraged for group rides.

Best Wishes,

The Pony Club