Area Competitions - East Antrim

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Dates & Venues

Area Competitions: Please note these are PROVISIONAL and subject to change –

Area Quiz                          Sunday 3rd March – TBC (Hosted by Fermanagh)

Area Mounted Games     Saturday 25th May – Meadows Equestrian (Hosted by North Derry) 

Area Horse & Pony Care   Saturday 22nd June – Smiths (Hosted by Iveagh)

Area Show Jumping      Monday 8th July – Meadows Equestrian (Hosted by Route Hunt) 

Area Eventing                 Sunday 14th July – Lusks (Hosted by East Antrim)

Area Tetrathlon              Sat 20th & Sun 21st July (over 2 days) at Hazeldene (Hosted by Tullylagan) 

Area Dressage                Saturday 27th July – Omagh Show Grounds (Hosted by Seskinore)

Home Championships  Monday 26th August – Ballyvannon (Hosted by Killulatagh) 

 *********************************************************************************AREA Eventing 2024

Sunday 14th July at Lusks 

East Antrim are delighted to be hosting the Area Eventing – all information to follow here.  


Area 2023 – Results for all Area Show Jumping Qualifying Classes are on Pony Club Results (search under date 21 July 2023). Results for 55cm non qualifier class below:


Note: New HAT TAGS for 2023 are required.

New body protector rule will be enforced. 

Update yourself on all rules & regulations before entering. REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR PASSPORT AND ENSURE FLU VACCINATIONS ARE UP TO DATE. CHECK RULES HEREthe-pony-club-vaccination-rule-v22-1-2

The Pony Club in the UK is divided into 19 Areas. NI is Area 17. Each summer every Area holds inter-branch competitions for teams and individuals in all disciplines. The winning teams and individuals from each Area qualify for Regional or National Championships in Scotland/England in August. ********************************************************************************

Members must adhere to the following if they wish to compete for East Antrim Branch in the Area competitions and/or Home Championships:

Members must attend at least 3 rallies throughout the year to demonstrate that they have an interest in and commitment to the club (starting July). Note: Camp counts as rally, as do on foot activities like quiz training, badgework etc;

If competing in Cross Country at Areas/Home Champs at 60cm plus – members must attend at least one xc rally (on the horse/pony they wish to compete on) or send us Eventing Ireland results. Our DC has to sign off all our area competitors as capable and competent at the level they wish to ride at;

Each family must volunteer at least once over the year at an event to help the Branch.