Saturday January 22, 2022
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The Holcombe Hunt Branch was established in 1931 and is part of Pony Club Area 4.

The Pony Club is the number  one organisation for young people who love ponies and riding. There are more than 43,000 Pony Club Members in Great Britain, belonging to either a Branch or a Centre – there are more than 350 of each of these.  Membership  of  The Pony Club offers fun,  friendship,  training, events and competitions.

 Internationally The Pony Club has a membership of over 110,000 across 18 countries, making it the largest association of riders in the world. Most British equestrian medal winners at The Olympics and World Championships have been Members of The Pony Club.

Latest photographs and reports check out FB page. Please note this is a closed group page should you  wish to view please contact DC Lesley Jenkinson  FB Admin


Updates in regard to the impact of changes in local Government guidance on Pony Club activities. continues to hold the latest advice and should you need a quick reference guide on the current situation please refer to the National COVID19 Restriction Summary Document.


 More dates for events added to the Diary page.


So you want  to do badges   take a look in the Achievements session on the left hand column. 




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Any queries please contact your club rep in the first instance or Lesley Jenkinson HHPC DC. 










Congratulations to Kaylee Lowton-Heathcote and Poppy Preece on gaining their C test’s   Held recently at Wheelton Branch of the Pony  Club tested by Mrs Fiona Lace.

 Training is being arranged next April for the C & C+ to he held at Myerscough  more details to follow. please speak to Lesley for more details

  New events will be added to the Diary   to comply with Government guidelines


Achievement Badges   added to list   – 

Mini Rider safety – work sheets on Achievement badges pages




In an effort to raise funds for the club we like several other pony clubs have signed up to  If you use this site to do any internet shopping  ie.  Tesco Asda  Ebay Amazon M & S, there are hundreds of shops to choose from, each time you shop  the club receives a donation from the shops .  This money will be used for providing coaching and hire of venues. This is every easy to do  and with more of us doing internet shopping even booking Holidays its a great way to raise funds from the comfort of your chair.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                *****************************************

Changes to  Pony Club activities in response to latest advice and Guidance.

Latest advice and Guidance can be found on the Main (National ) Pony club website  

Where can I find further information about the virus?

The Government’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage is frequently updated as things develop, so please check it regularly at



Details for Dressage winter league have been added to the diary and tests have been added to the schedules Tab

Details of dates for the Winter League Show Jumping now added to the dates fore your diary




Equine Flu  Latest
With cases of equine influenza continuing to be reported, Members are reminded that it is essential to have their horse’s flu vaccinations up to date before attending any Pony Club activity. If a horse has not been vaccinated appropriately, it may not attend a Pony Club event to protect the health of the other Members’ horses and those of the hosting venue. 

The seven-day clearance period, between having the vaccination and attending an event, continues to apply (see point 7 of the vaccination rule on page 30-31 of the Health and Safety rulebook).

If it has been more than six months since your horse has been vaccinated, then the British Equestrian Federation recommendation is to consult your vet. Find out more by accessing Health and Safety page from menu at left hand side.






Please check out Pony  club Area 4 page for details of events happening in Area 4.

Please use the link below .






Details of dress code can be found in the activities section under working rally

Also details for the hat and body protectors required can be found in out section in index.



Important Hat News

If you are buying a new riding hat  please be aware of the changes to the standard for hats.  All clubs , organisations and the Pony Club are using latest  rules.  Please ensure any hat that you use at any pony club event is checked and then tagged





Visit to Holcombe Hunt Kennels  a few years ago

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