Thursday January 23, 2020



Want to get involved in PC Eventing?  Let Ros Hayward know by email  and complete and send her this Eventing-form with further details.

Teams for 2019 

Honor McFarlane Wills Rebel Open
Henry Hobby Pentons Who’s Who Open
Niamh Warburton Tetre Rouge Open
Poppy Charles Touch of Rhythm Intermediate
Evie Cope P J My Darco Intermediate
Marina Jacobs Ballysimon Ned Intermediate
Bella Stevens Templemore Wild One Novice Yellow
Issy Insley Highburren Lark Novice Yellow
Lara Marsh Carrowmore Gemstone Novice Yellow
Mia Elvin Wake up Smiling Novice Yellow
Lily Rosenfeld Fabielle Novice White
Taryn Langley Bunaun Novice White
Emily Taylor Dinan Gem Novice White
Mia Ashfield Dernahatten Oak Novice White
Fenella Mathieson Pingus Propaganda Novice Blue
Rex Winfield Captain Flash Novice Blue
Ottie Hunt Atlanta Riva Novice Blue
Freya Soden Narabo Lily Novice Blue
Jessie Saunders (I) Whispering Storm Novice Ind
Anya Cornago Rosinic William Wallace Novice Ind
Scarlet Starkey Tilt du Chatelier Novice Ind

If you would like to enter the Area competition as an individual they are now taking entries. If you are being entered as part of our Development Squad (individuals) or as part of a team we will submit the entry on your behalf: 

The following Helpful Hints will tell you everything you need to know about Pony Club Eventing; how to find out about and prepare for events, what to do on the day and what you and your horse or pony should wear. 




 Details to follow for the exciting new PC Area 9 / British Eventing League 2019.  This is exclusive to our Area and there are some exciting prizes including pledges from top eventers for a lesson at their yard. 


Novice, Intermediate and Open Area Event Saturday 20th July at Dauntsey run by Beaufort 

 80cm/Mini 11th August at Gadbury run by Ledbury with Regional Championships at Rectory Farm on Monday 26th August 2019. 


PC Championships Friday 16th to Tuesday 20th August at Cholmondeley 

 There are several XC and Eventing rallies throughout the year, it is essential to get to one or two of these if you would like to be considered for the eventing teams. Anyone hoping to be on a team needs to be out competing at the level you are hoping to represent the Branch at to ensure that you and your pony are happy at that height, and email results to Lisa Powell on the form attached. There will be compulsory training sessions in June and July for those selected for the Area teams. 


Mini Eventing 

Teams and individuals. 

60-70cm. Ponies under 14.2hh, riders 12 and under. Not to also be in a Junior team. 


Regional Eventing 

Teams and individuals. 

80cm XC, 85cm SJ. No height restriction on ponies.  

Must not have competed at Novice in any discipline. 


Novice Eventing 

Teams and individuals. 

90cm XC, 95cm SJ. Any age and height. Rider not eligible if they have completed a PC110 level or above competition or BE (or EI) NOVICE in Eventing prior to the competition.  Combination not to have competed at BE Novice or above, or to have completed more than 3 clear rounds at BE 100. 

Combination not competing at Intermediate SJ. 


Intermediate Eventing 

Teams and individuals. 

100cm XC, 105cm SJ. Any age and height. Combination not to have competed at BE Intermediate or to have completed more than 3 clear rounds at BE Novice. 


Open Eventing 

Teams and individuals. 

110cm XC, 115cm SJ. Any age and height. 


 Eligibility: online 

  If you have any concerns about the level you can do in the different competitions please contact Nicola Cammack on for clarification. 


Team members are expected to be active Pony Club members throughout the year. 

Potential team members should do a minimum of 3 rallies by 30th June 2019, one of which must be specific to the relevant discipline and in the current year, on the relevant horse or pony. eg. to be considered for both SJ and Eventing teams you should do a SJ rally and an Eventing rally. 

The rally can be with any of our team coaches; it need not be the one coaching your level at the Areas. 

The combination should also be competing at the relevant level. 

All members of the final squads will be expected to attend team training, dates for which will be available from 1st May, and should assume they will be competing at the Area competition and potentially qualifying for the relevant Championships. 

 All horses / ponies must have an up to date vaccination certificate to compete at Area Competitions and the Championships. Passports will be checked during training rallies. For some venues a vaccination every 6 months will be required 


 If you would like to be considered for the Area Eventing Competitions in 2019 you must be out competing.  Please send your results to Lisa Powel: 

Ideally she would like all EVENTING RESULTS submitted on the form attached below. 


Eventing Results Sheet 2019 

Please click on below to extend form and return to Lisa Powell 

Eventing – Results Form12 (1)



PC Eventing 2019 Eligibility Rules