Monday December 5, 2022
What to wear?

You must be presentable and turned out correctly at Pony Club events not just for appearance but for safety reasons also.  

Tack & Turnout Rallies:

Jacket
Plain Colour Shirt
Pony Club Tie/Stock & Badge (incl. test felt if you have one)
Dark Coloured Hat/Hat Silk (must be plain)
Jodphurs (beige, white, cream or dark plain colour)
Standard Riding/Jodphur Boots with smooth thin sole
Hairnet (for shoulder length or longer hair)

Other Rallies:

Pony Club Sweatshirt
Plain Colour Polo shirt
Dark Coloured Hat/Hat Silk (must be plain)
Jodphurs (beige, white, cream or dark plain colour)
Standard Riding/Jodphur Boots with smooth thin sole
Hairnet (for shoulder length or longer hair)

XC Rallies:

Pony Club/Navy Blue Base Layer
Jodphurs (beige, white, cream or dark plain colour)
Standard Riding/Jodphur Boots with smooth thin sole
Hairnet (for shoulder length or longer hair)
BODY PROTECTOR COMPULSORY

All clothing, whilst not required to be new, must be clean, neat and tidy.  No jeans allowed. Shoulders must be covered for all rallies and for XC rallies long sleeves are compulsory. 

NO HOODIES ARE ALLOWED

No Jewellery is allowed at any mounted rally with the exception of a wristwatch, wedding ring, stock pin or tie clip.

Hats and body protectors must meet minimum safety requirements set out by PC HQ and be tagged to say they have been checked.  

Failure to meet any of the requirements above may result in a member not being allowed to take part in a rally.

Tack must be clean, in good condition, be properly fitted, and suitable for the activity you are taking part in.  Tack inspections are carried out at all pony club competitions and you won’t be allowed to compete without being checked so it’s important you get the correct equipment.

Inspections may also be carried out at rallies.

For all rallies and competitions, you must have a plain or pony club branch numnah. Gloves are recommended but not compulsory.

There are specific requirements for stirrups and girths which can be found here and if you are competing at Area level, you should always check the rule book for the discipline you are riding in for their requirements.