Category Archives: Mounted Games

Mounted Games National Study Day 2022

  • Mounted Games National Study Day 2022
  • Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre, Organsdale Farm, Middlewich Road, Kelsall, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 0SR. 
  • Saturday 12th February 2022 
  • 10am until 3pm. The Pony Club Mounted Committee are hosting a National Study Day for all interested parties that would like to find out more about the Sport.

The Days aims are –

  • Develop an understanding of the Sports Rules
  • Awareness of Equipment for member and Races
  • See the new Area and Zone Competition Games for the forthcoming season
  • Provide a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunity for coaches and trainers, this is accredited for Mounted Games only
  • Provide access to a Mounted Games Official who will be able to answer any questions or queries.

To book your space please enter here, http://events.pcuk.org/ Entries for the day will close on Thursday 3rd February at 3 pm sharp.

Mounted Games

The Area 5 Mounted Games qualifier was held back in May in Cheshire.  It was hosted by East Cheshire Branch  and thanks to Geoff Bell, Brian lloyd and his team.    The weather was kind and the venue perfect but  entries were very disappointing as it costs the same to put on a  competition for 6 as it does for 16 !

The winning Junior team was Cheshire Hunt South and 2nd team – after a very exciting deciding race –  was Sir WWWynn Branch.   

The winning Senior team was Sir WWWynn Branch and 2nd was Flint and Denbigh Branch.  The winners will go forward to the Zone competition and, depending on numbers, the 2nd placed team may go too.

In the Pairs competition – Flint and denbigh won and East Cheshire came 2nd.

Well done all and Good Luck in the Zones.

AREA 5 MOUNTED GAMES REPORT

The Area 5 Prince Philip Cup Mounted Games Qualifying competition was held at Hampton, near Malpas, Cheshire on Saturday 5th May 2018.

It was hosted by Sir Watkin Williams Wynn Hunt Branch.

Six senior teams, seven junior teams and one pair competed to qualify for the zone competition in July.

Pony club branches represented were Berwyn and Dee, Cheshire Hunt South, East Cheshire, Flint and Denbigh, Tanatside and Sir Watkin Williams Wynn.

From the senior competition Sir Watkin Williams Wynn A and B team both qualified for zone by being the first and second placed teams.  In the junior competition Cheshire Hunt South qualified in first place and Sir Watkin Williams Wynn qualified in second place.  Tanatside were the only branch that entered a team in the team competition and they also qualified for zone.

The pictures show the Sir W W Wynn’s senior and junior teams.