Monday September 27, 2021
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Rally information and Dress Code

Most of our rallies take place on a weekend.  Through the summer months we have day rallies, which are from 10.30 till 15.30.  Ponies will be ridden for 3 out of the 4 hours covering showjumping, cross country and stable management (unmounted). During the winter, we have 2 hour rallies, which consists of 1hr flat and 1hr SJ. We have lots of training for all age groups and abilities, if you have any questions or would like to join our friendly club please contact our DC, Marie Kelly on 07789 814259.

Rally Turnout Riders are expected to attend all rallies & training smartly turned out, wearing beige, cream, canary or white jodhpurs, Pony Club tie and dark hat cover, Pony Club or dark sweatshirt. Please do not wear any jewellery – this can cause injury in the case of an accident.  Boots should be black or brown, with a heel. (No wellies or Mucker type boots to be worn). Half-chaps of the same colour may be worn with short boots.  Gloves are recommended.  Long hair should be firmly secured above the collar (preferably in a net). Stocks and XC colours may be worn for XC rallies.Waterproof coats to be worn as appropriate. HARD HATS conforming to the current Hat Rule (PAS 015:1998 or EN1384:1996 or BS EN1384:1997 (all must have CE and BSI kitemark) or Snell E2001 (with the official Snell label & number) or AS/NZS3838:1998 or AS/NZS 3838:2003 (with SAI Global symbol)) MUST be worn at all times when mounted and must be tagged – if you are a new member or have a new hat, please get this done at a rally, see Marie or Sarah. BODY PROTECTORS must be worn for all cross-country activities and are recommended at all times when jumping. They should state the Beta Symbol followed by C.E  SPURS are only allowed with the D.C’s permission (unless you have passed the B Test) and your membership card must be signed to this effect. Please check with your Instructor if you feel that spurs are an absolute necessity. Horses and ponies should be in good health, with well shod/trimmed feet, and properly groomed (plaiting is not necessary). At Day rallies ponies will be ridden for 3 out of the 4 hours.  Tack should be clean, correctly fitting and in good condition.