Tuesday December 5, 2023
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New Members Information/Dress Code


If you would like to join the club or require more information then please contact

Natalie Massey our District Commissioner on 07968 527 525 


Gillian Fox our Branch Secretary on  07506 035 615



Welcome to all new members of our very friendly Pony Club branch!

What to Wear

Pony Club Dress Code

You are representing your Pony Club so please ensure you and your pony/horse and tack arrive smart and clean.

Tack and turnout will be checked to ensure safety at the beginning of each activity.  For guidance please see below.


Rallies and Mounted Training

Hat (this needs to be inspected and tagged by the DC) and hairnet, Jacket and PC badge

Long sleeved white shirt (to protect elbows if jacket removed) and PC tie

Cream, white or beige jodhpurs (dark jodhpurs acceptable for training)

Black or brown boots, black or brown gloves

Branch Pony Club Sweatshirts

A flexible peak hat is recommended by the PC for all X-Country riding but is mandatory if you are jumping more than 70cms.

Cross country colours, preferably our own Branch design for cross country.

Body protectors are not compulsory, except for cross country, but must meet BETA 2009 Level 3 Standard. http://www.pcuk.org/uploads/dcs/Body_Protector_Rule_2017.pdf

Air jackets can be used, in addition to body protectors.

If you wish to wear spurs you need a signed permission card from the DC unless you have passed your B test (riding).

No jewellery, earrings must be removed, a wristwatch may be worn.

Unmounted Rallies and Unmounted training

PC sweatshirts, jeans and stout shoes.

Saddlery & Equipment Plain saddlery, blacks and browns.  Numnahs/saddle clothes should be black, brown, white or navy.  Boots should be black or brown.  No pinks or purples!

Please remember that you would not be allowed to compete at a Pony Club competition if you were not observing the dress code rules!


New Hat Regulations 2015

Important Notice Regarding the Withdrawal of EN 1384