If there are any members who intend coming to camp,and have not yet applied, please fill in the application form and return to me by 1st May 2018 by Email or post.
No need to pay until 1st July. I need numbers so that we can book instructors and plan time table etc.
Could any members who have not already replied please let Iona know if they are interested in representing their Branch at Area Competitions. Please check your emails, as an email was sent out last week to members with details of Area 5 Competitions and asking if they would like to represent their Branch (email@example.com).
FIXTURES LIST MAY-SEPTEMBER 2018
The new fixtures list and booking in forms are now available on the website: https://fndponyclub.org.uk/2018/04/fixture-list-may-september-2018/
Any additions or changes will be sent out on the weekly update, which is added to the website every Tuesday evening.
Please use the booking in forms and ensure you book in plenty of time, to help organisers know how many groups and instructors are needed. Llandyrnog area does not use booking forms: email firstname.lastname@example.org. Any problems please contact Iona on the same email address.
Well Done also to Freddy Tewson Green who took part in the Shetland Racing at Badminton Horse Trials last Saturday.
Mounted Games – Area and United Pack Results
It was a long, hot games weekend for the bank holiday: Area on Saturday followed by a 2-day competition in Shrewsbury hosted by United Pack.
Well Done and Thank You to all the members who represented the Flint & Denbigh Branch at the Area 5 Mounted Games Competition on Saturday. You were all well turned out and all rode brilliantly. Both Senior and Junior A’s were 3rd in their sections with Senior B 6th and the Junior Novice 3rd in the Tack & Turnout. The Junior Novice team rode non-competitively as they had some help during the races, but they did really well! Also a big thank you to all the trainers who give up their time to train the teams and accompany them to competitions. Unfortunately no team qualified for Zone, but the Chief Steward will try to get the Senior A team a wildcard entry, as they were only 1 point behind the team in 2nd place.
Most of the riders and trainers went straight on to Shrewsbury for the next competition and set up camp, ready for an early start on Sunday.
- The Junior Novice team rode really well over the two days, and were almost completely off the lead rein by the final session, where they finished in 3rd place.
- The Junior team had a runoff to get into the B Final but unfortunately lost and had to wait until the very end of the weekend for their final. They finished in 4th place.
- The Senior B team also qualified for the C Final, where they had a bit of a struggle with some new races but rode very well, and actually finished the Big Sack race in the final! They finished in 6th place.
- The Senior A team went into the B Final in 4th place and rode their socks off, getting some really good results. They finished in 2nd place.