Friday October 18, 2019
Eventing

Page updated 7 July
Contact:  Sally Harris – Temporary Eventing Head:  M: 07775 882632  –  Email:  crispinharris1@gmail.com

 

Eventing comprises 3 disciplines or phases – Dressage, Show Jumping and Cross Country (XC).  Each phase is scored individually and then all the scores are added together to give the total.

There is information about Eventing on the main Pony Club and British Eventing website.

Please refer to the Dressage and Show Jumping pages for rally dates.

Rally Dates

 

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XC Technique Rallies – 80, 90, 100, 100+

We will organise XC rallies throughout the year weather dependant.  These rallies will be held at Somerford and Smallwood Livery centre.  We will also consider holding rallies at Kelsall if members express an interest in trying a different venue.  During the winter and until mid February the rallies will be held on the Showground Areans at Somerford.  The main 80 acres schooling field should open in early March so the March Rally will be on grass.

The rallies will be for those members who are confidently jumping solid XC fences 80, 90, 100 & 100+.  We advise that at this level all ponies/horses should be shod all round, with studs at the owners discretion.

Here are a few of the instructors we will be using in 2019.  They will be varied depending upon their own eventing schedule:-

Dee Hankey

Michael Owen

Any Lennon

Emma Silman

Andrea Ash

Richard Long

David Llewellyn

Mini XC Technique Rallies 55-80cm

We will put on some Mini eventing rallies for those confidently jumping solid fences at 55-80cm.   Members must also be able to control their pony in open spaces.

These will, weather permitting, be on grass either at Smallwood Livery centre or the new Grassroots Development Zone at Somerford, which we hope will open in the Spring.  We will arrange instructors for these rallies in due course, but they will have XC experience.

Entry Information

All entries will be via Entrymaster.  Please provide as much information as you can about your experience so we can make sure you are grouped appropriately.

Entries will be limited and will be taken on a first come first service basis.  A wait list will operate once the classes are full so please text your details to Sally Harris – 07775 882632.

Refunds – we are unable to offer a refund or carry over any entry, if withdrawn after the closing date.  An exception to this is where we are able to find a replacement.   If you do need to withdraw please provide as much notice as possible.

If the venue cancel the event as result of the weather or for any other reason, we will move your entry to another XC rally of your choice.

Times

Times will be text 2 days before each rally – but we will indicate on Entrymaster the time slot for each height i.e., 2-3pm 80-90 cm so you can plan your rally.

Cap

The Cap will vary depending upon the location of the Rally

Dress , Tack and Attendance

Please see the Parents Information page of the website in relation to dress for all PC rallies.  In addition, long sleeves must be worn together with the correct standard of SKULL CAP & BODY PROTECTOR. 

Please ensure your skull cap complies with the 2018 Hat Rule and has been tagged (aquamarine), and that your body protector complies with the 2018 Rule (BETA 2009 Level 3 standard – Purple tag).

There will be a tack check at each Rally.

Please make sure you are accompanied by a responsible adult.

Relevant Rules

Pony Club Eventing Rules  –  http://www.pcuk.org/index.php/sports/eventing/eventing_rules/

Pony Club Dress and Tack Rules  –  http://www.pcuk.org/index.php/dcs_health_safety/dress_and_tack/

2018 Hat Tag Rule  – http://www.pcuk.org/uploads/Hat_Rule_2018_FINAL.pdf

2018 Body Protector Rule  – http://www.pcuk.org/uploads/Body_Protector_Rule_2018.pdf

A full copy of the Pony Club eventing rules can be found here:  http://www.pcuk.org/uploads/eventing/Rulebook_2016_Eventing_Web.pdf