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TANATSIDE – AREA 5 SPRING FESTIVAL DRESSAGE QUALIFIER

SATURDAYDAY 9th JANUARY 2021
at 
Radfords Equestrian
, Lower House Farm, Llanymynech, Shropshire SY22 6LG

By Kind permission of Mr. J and Mrs H Radford

  1. All classes will be run under Pony Club Dressage Rules 2020/21 and in accordance with Area 5 SPRING FESTIVAL Rules 2020/21. Points will be awarded in accordance with the Area 5 Winter Series Rules. 
  2. Class 3-5 – are Qualifiers
  3. Age as at 1st January 2021

TESTS:

  • Class 1 : The Pony Club WALK & TROT Dressage test 2013
  • Class 2: The Pony Club C LEVEL Dressage Test 2012
  • Class 3: The Pony Club NOVICE Dressage test 2020 ( Qualifier)
  • Class 4: The Pony Club INTERMEDIATE Dressage Test 2013 ( Qualifier)
  • Class 5: The Pony Club OPEN Dressage Test 2020 (Qualifier)

Entry fee is £13 for Classes 1 and 2 , £15 for the qualify classes, 3-5.  Entry is available via Horse Monkey please                                      

(or direct to Tanatside Hunt Pony Club, tanatside@pcuk.org.  Bacs payments to: sort code: 60-83-01 acc: 20405148)  


EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINE COMPLIANCE

All Horses/Ponies Vaccination should comply with rules for PCUK. Details can be found at;

https://pcuk.org/media/qsrbvvcx/spring-festival-dressage-rules-engwal-2020-21.pdf

Disclaimer of Liability
Save for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the organisers or anyone for whom they are in law responsible, neither the organisers of this event nor the Pony Club, nor any agent, employee or representative of these bodies accepts any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to horses, riders, owners, spectators, land, cars, their content and accessories or any other person or property whatsoever, whether caused by their negligence, breach of contract or in any way whatsoever.

Health and Safety
The organisers of this event have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For those measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable steps to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the organisers and all officials and stewards.

Refreshments and photographer  will be available.

Any queries please email tanatside@pcuk.org Information prior to the competition will be emailed or published on the Area 5 website

HEALTH AND SAFETY COVID-19 is still very much a threat.  Government guidelines are changing regularly.  We will be conforming to these guidelines and regulations as well as the Pony Club guidelines, and an update just before this event will be emailed out.  However, we will be ensuring 2m social distancing is adhered to.  We ask that only ONE family member/parent accompanies the rider.  No dogs please. We kindly ask that once your time in the arena has finished you return back to your vehicles.  Please do not congregate around the arena.  The seating areas will be taped off for your safety. There will be no formal presentation of prizes. Masks will be required for anyone not competing and while you are in the building.  It you have a fever or are feeling unwell, please do not attend this event. Hand gel and sanitising stations will be provided.

This year, as a result of the Covid19 crisis, we (Pony Club) and all the BEF sports are waiving the “within 6 month” rule for vaccinations. However, we recommend that you seek advice from your vet regarding 6 monthly boosters, depending on the rate of equine flu infection.

Royal Windsor Virtual Dressage Competition

As posted earlier this week Ellie Jones (from CHS branch) was selected to be one of 4 riders to represent England at the Royal Windsor Pony Club virtual home international dressage competition. It was live streamed with commentary and judged on Sunday.

Ellie did a great test to score over 74%, which put the team in the lead after the 1st round. The rest of Team England did some brilliant tests too to take the win overall, which is fantastic.

A big well done Ellie 👏👏

Dressage Home International at Virtual Windsor

Congratulations to ELLIE JONES who has been selected to be one of a team of 4 PC members representing England competing at the Virtual Dressage Home International Competition in place of Windsor.

Ellie is 15 and is a member of Cheshire Hunt South Branch – now the largest Branch in Area 5. She has her C+ test and is the Novice member of the team.  Ellie has been trained by Elizabeth Lyonette, an Area 5 B/AH assessor. Ellie is competing on a  relatively new horse which she acquired just before lockdown so the combination is in its infancy due to Covid restricting Pony Club activities.

We  wish her Good Luck.  The competition will be live streamed on Sunday, September 27th in the afternoon.

Teams Announced for The Omega Equine Pony Club Home International

WINTER SERIES DRESSAGE AREA 5  Qualifying Final – March 8th 2020 RESULTS

NOVICE CLASS

  1. Madi Haerr on Yaverland Tumbleweed- Aberconwy
  2. Amelia Deller on Black by the Jack – CHS
  3. Annabel James on Silktown Emerald – EC
  4. Emma Herbert Jones on Kinlara Jubilee Rose – Berwyn and Dee
  5. Phoebe Southern on Corrib Boy – EC
  6. = Amelia Jones on Victoria Enfys – Waen y llyn
    = Ruby Wright on Pebbly Hunt ball – EC

INTERMEDIATE CLASS

  1. Tyler Simpson on Miss Millicent II – CHS
  2. Amber Bellis on Pontardawe Tickled Pink- F+D
  3. Morgan Haerrr on Woodside Way – Aberconwy
  4. Annabel James on Silktown Emerald -EC
  5. Grace Wellings on Duntally Geaorgio – EC
  6. Ruby Wright on Pebbly Hunt Ball – EC

OPEN CLASS

  1. Ciara McLellan on Ballastra Van De Cumul
  2. Mary Goodridge on Heath Robinson – EC
  3. Ciara McLellan on Flambeau II – EC
  4. Morgan Haerr on Even Stevens – Aberconwy
  5. Millie Graham on Sebastian – BCFH

The top 3 in each class qualify for the winter dressage championships at Arena UK on April 3rd/4th 2020.

Area 5 Dressage Results

Result sheets from the Area 5 Dressage Competition Sat 20th July 2019

On behalf of Area 5 members/Branches – thank you to Huw and Bethan Jones for a very well run Area Dressage competition today at your farm – an ideal venue. The rain just about stayed away and I hope there was not too much mess.  Your team of helpers – and Iona of course – were superb, as were the scorers behind the scenes and Penny Wingfield too.

Also, thank you to all those Branches which supported the competition.

Good Luck when you go to the Champs.

Meg