Mini Camp information and application forms
Pony Club Dress Code
Please could members ensure that they are correctly dressed for all rallies and training sessions: red sweatshirt; white shirt and pony club tie, or black or white polo shirt; black, navy, cream or beige jodhpurs; Jodhpur boots with or without chaps, or long black or brown riding boots; Gloves; Hat – tagged; Long hair must be plaited or in a hairnet.
No hoodies to be worn while riding.
Pony Club Information for all members, especially New Members
District Commissioner: Mrs Bethan Lloyd Jones email@example.com
Secretary: Mrs Iona G Pierce firstname.lastname@example.org
The Flint and Denbigh Hunt Branch of the Pony Club are a very active Branch of the Pony Club running many events and functions, sending teams to a great variety of competitions plus an opportunity to attend Pony Club camp once a year. F&D is in Area 5 of the Pony Club. Area 5 has 14 Branches and covers North Wales & Cheshire.
F&D is split into 4 ‘Districts’ each with their own committee and organiser. They are Cefn District, Llanasa District, Llandyrnog District and Llysfaen District. You will be in the District which is nearest to your postal address. The names of the District Secretaries along with other PC organisers are attached to your Fixture List, which comes out approximately every 4 months. All officials give their time freely.
At several meetings held during the year, we put together a fixture list which includes as much information as possible about events, rallies, parties, competitions and summer camps; this is then posted/emailed out to all members. All members are welcome to attend any fixture on that sheet whether they are in the District concerned or not, just Book In by emailing the organiser, then Pay Online. Email or ring your District Secretary for any queries you may have. All information is on our website www.fndponyclub.org.uk and a Weekly Update is added to website every Tuesday, so please check for updates.
The Pony Club is essentially a teaching organisation with working rallies playing an important role in improving children’s riding and equine care, however, here at the F&D we also plan to have as much fun as is possible.