Photo: flat rally at Northop last night, all coloureds on display, with one grey!

Llandyrnog District Show Jumping

Saturday 7th April at Ystrad. Please email your entries to Iona ( Classes will be run to suit the entries, so please let Iona know what classes you would like.

Calling Older Members

Calling all 16+ members. We are trying to set up an older members task group to make Flint & Denbigh even more amazing! If you would like to be involved get in touch with Lois on Facebook or email ( It’s your chance to have a say in what we offer; it will look great on your CV and of course we aim to have the best socials in Area 5 (but keep that on the down low!)

Pony Club Polo Shirt

If any members would like to order a Black Pony Club polo-shirt, which can be worn under Red Sweatshirts for Rallies and camp, please let Iona know how many and what size ( ). Childs 26″ up to 34″ is £9. Size 8-18 (S-XL) is £11.

Branch stocks also available £17 (to be worn when competing Cross Country or to be worn with a tweed hacking jacket).

Cefn Badge & Fun Day

Friday 6th April – badge/fun day feeding the pony mini/main badge. £5 each. Tyn y y Caeau Mawr, Bodfari. To book please contact Lois ( or 07874042495).

Cefn Camp Rallies

Please use the attachment to book into Cefn’s Camp Rallies. All details on the booking form.

South Staffordshire Show Jumping and Dressage Competitions

28th May. See attachments for details:

Save the Date

Llandyrnog Horse Show – Monday 28th May

The John King Young Artist Award – Entries Now Open

The Pony Club is pleased to announce that it is once again teaming up with the Society of Equestrian Artists to run the John King Young Artist Award! Now in its sixth year, the competition is open to all Pony Club Members in the UK and was relaunched three years ago as The John King Young Artist Award. One of the leading sporting artists of the post-war era, John King had close ties with both The Pony Club and the SEA and it is hoped that this competition will inspire the next generation of equestrian artistic talent.

How Do I Enter?

To enter the competition, you simply need to paint your favourite Pony Club memory based around the competition theme, which this year is ‘Wild and Wonderful’. You might wish to base your artwork around horses and ponies being themselves at home or in the wild. It is an opportunity for you to paint some brilliant backgrounds, as well as wonderful horses!

Once you’ve finished your artwork, simply photograph it and upload it to our competition website at You can also find the full competition rules on this site.

There are three age categories – 11 and Under, 12 to 16, and 17 and Over. The 15 finalists will be invited to display their artwork at The Pony Club Championships at Cholmondeley Castle, and the winner will have the opportunity to have their artwork displayed at an SEA exhibition!

If you have any queries about the competition, please email Marty Bibby, for further information.

The closing date for the competition is midnight on Sunday 1st July 2018, so be sure to upload your artwork before then. Good luck – we look forward to seeing your entries!