Thursday October 1, 2020
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Dressage/Showjumping/Eventing/Tetrathlon/Mounted Games/Polocrosse/Pony Racing

EVENTING

The ultimate challenge for both horse and rider.   The competition is made up of the 3 disciplines:  dressage, showjumping and cross country.

DRESSAGE

2015/2016 Dengie Winter Dressage League

This is a competition organised by the Pony Club, consisting of three rounds.  The first is a Preliminary rounds which run from October to March.  If successful at this you progress to your Area competition which run during March or April 2015.  If successful at your Area competition you qualify to compete at The Championships held at Moreton Morrell.

Check out the Pony Club Website Dengie this link will take you to the Dengie Dressage page.

SHOW JUMPING

2015/2016 Dengie Winter League

This is a competition organized by the Pony Club, consisting of three rounds.  The first is a Preliminary round which run from October to February.  If Successful at this you progress to your Area competition which is run during March.  If successful at your Area competition you qualify to compete at The Championships held at Moreton Morrell.

Check out the Pony Club Website Dengie this link will take you to the Dengie Show Jumping page.

MOUNTED GAMES

Mounted games is a team competition requiring courage, determination, and all round riding ability on the part of the team members, and careful and systematic training of their ponies.    The team consists of 4 children and their ponies.   It helps develop balance and coordination which much improves the riding standard.

TETRATHLON

Tetrathlon is a competition made up of the 4 following elements:   target shooting with an air pistol, swimming, distance running and the riding element is over cross country fences.   It takes place over 2 days and has a triathlon competition (without the riding) through the winter months.

POLOCROSSE

Polocrosse provides The Pony Club with a team competition requiring courage, determination and all round riding ability on the part of the rider, and careful and systematic training of the pony.   It encourages a higher standard of riding throughout The Pony Club and to stimulate among the future generation a greater interest in riding as a sport and as a recreation.   It encourages encourages a strong and unselfish team spirit.

PONY RACING

There are three types of Pony Racing:-

  • Pony Club Race Days

If you would like to find out more about rules, fitness (pony & rider), feeding and some useful contacts – click on the link below.
Introduction to Pony Racing Booklet

Pony Club Pony Racing Rules

( Rule 3: Entry: members to have attended a minimum of 2 working rallies or 1 PRA/PC Training Day)

If you find your Branch does not do Pony Racing, please contact The Pony Club Office and they will be able to assist you.

Pony Racing is also available through The Pony Racing Authority – PRA

  • Point to Point Fixtures (The Radnor & West Hereford Hunt run them at Cold Harbour)
  • Racecourse Series

For all details on The Pony Racing Authority (Point to Point and Racecourse Pony Racing) please click on the following link – www.pra.gb.com