What’s on this month
Don’t forget booking close 2-3 days before the event
|Dressage – individual or shared lessons -13/11/21||Fferm||13/11/2021 10:00||Register|
|Working Rally for all Abilites – Llandyrnog – 13/11/21||Ystrad||13/11/2021 10:30||Register|
|Mounted Games Training – Branch – 14/11/21||Tyddyn Farm||14/11/2021 10:00||Register|
|Llysfaen – Working Rally – 17/11/21||EquiTi Ty Isaf||17/11/2021 17:00||Register|
|November Showjumping Branch Competition – 20/11/21||Hafod – Trefnant||20/11/2021 09:00||Register|
|Mounted Games Training – Branch – 21/11/21||Tyddyn Farm||21/11/2021 10:00||Register|
|Working rally for under 10 years -21/11/21||Hafod – Trefnant||21/11/2021 10:30||Register|
|Flat Work Rally – Llanasa – 22/11/21||Northop Equestrian Centre||22/11/2021 18:00||Register|
|Older Members Working Rally – Llandyrnog – 23/11/21||Hafod – Trefnant||23/11/2021 18:30||Register|
|Llysfaen – Working Rally – 24/11/21||EquiTi Ty Isaf||24/11/2021 17:00||Register|
|WL Show Jumping training – 25/11/21||EquiTi Ty Isaf||25/11/2021 17:00||Register|
|Dressage – individual or shared lessons – 27/11/21||Fferm||27/11/2021 10:00||Register|
|Working Rally for all Abilites – Llandyrnog – 27/11/21||Hafod – Trefnant||27/11/2021 10:30||Register|
|Mounted Games Training – Branch – 28/11/21||Tyddyn Farm||28/11/2021 10:00||Register|
|Llysfaen – Working Rally – 01/12/21||EquiTi Ty Isaf||01/12/2021 17:00||Register|
|WL Show Jumping training – 03/12/21||Hafod – Trefnant||03/12/2021 17:30||Register|
|Mounted Games Training – Branch – 05/12/21||Tyddyn Farm||05/12/2021 10:00||Register|
|Christmas Jumper Rally – Llanasa – 06/12/21||Northop Equestrian Centre||06/12/2021 18:00||Register|
|Llysfaen – Working Rally – 08/12/21||EquiTi Ty Isaf||08/12/2021 17:00||Register|
|WL Show Jumping training – 09/12/21||EquiTi Ty Isaf||09/12/2021 17:00||Register|
Base layers and Polo shirts
These are now in stock for members that placed an order. Please contact Iona to arrange collection, or she will have them with her at the rally at Ystrad on Sat 13th Nov, 10.30 am – 2.30 pm if you would like to call and collect.
Riding & Road Safety Badge
Well Done to the members who achieved their Road Rider Badges on Saturday: Abbie Richardson, Ceri Lloyd Williams, Rosie Connor, Esyllt & Elliw Dafydd and Catrin & Nia Roberts. Thank you to Chrissie for the Training and Assessing.
C, D+ & D Tests: Photograph of Abbie Richardson, Ceri Lloyd Williams, Rosie Connor, Esyllt & Elliw Dafydd and Catrin & Nia Roberts, with their Test Certificates.
Reminder: Correct Dress for Riding
- HEADGEAR. Hard hats must be worn at all times when mounted. Only hats or skull caps to PAS 015:1998 or 2011* with BSI Kitemark, VG1 with BSI Kitemark, Snell E2001* onwards with the official Snell label and number, ASTM-F1163 2004 onwards with the SEI mark AS/NZS 3838, 2006 onwards can be worn. No other standard will be allowed. It must have a correctly fitted harness and be fastened at all times when mounted -and this includes prize giving. All hats must be tagged. Hats or hat covers must be black or dark blue except for cross-country when a plain red silk should be worn.
- HAIR. Hair should always be tidy with no stray strands hanging down over your eyes. Long Hair should be worn in a net or be tied back in a plait or plaits with plain dark bands and preferably very long hair twisted up into a bun.
- JEWELLERY. Jewellery should not be worn. Earrings, nose rings or any other sort, however small should never be worn. Leave them at home where they will be safe and so will you. They are dangerous.
- JACKETS. Tweed hacking jackets, the official Red Pony Club sweatshirts or Black Pony Club Jackets to be worn at rallies. Anoraks and bulky coats are fine for home but not for rallies as it makes it difficult for the instructor to see how you are riding. Barbour type coats if wet or very cold. When cold plenty of layers underneath are the warmest. A Sparkling Pony Club badge on lapel.
- SHIRTS. White or plain coloured shirts with the Pony Club tie, neatly tied, not halfway down your neck!
- TROUSERS. Jodhpurs or breeches, fawn, cream, black or navy colour. Loose trousers or jeans must never be worn.
- FOOTWEAR. Jodhpur boots or riding boots, black or brown only to be worn. Muckers, wellies, or similar footwear are not to be worn. Boots with heavy treads must not be worn. Half chaps may be worn but must be the same colour as the boots and no tassels.
- Hunting and Hunter Trials: Tweed Hacking jacket, fawn or cream jods, Black or dark blue hat, as above. Brown or black boots, neat collar, and PC tie. Older children can wear a dark coloured stock with their tweed coat. Gloves. Body protectors are recommended. PLEASE NOTE: HUNTER TRIALS: You do not wear sweatshirts. You can wear sweatshirts for CROSS COUNTRY.
- Prince Philip Games: Black or blue hat, white shirt, PC tie with plain bar tiepin, fawn or cream jodhpurs, Jodhpur boots. For friendly competitions the F&D red sweatshirt can be worn but for area competitions it must be a white sweater if cold. No watches, jewellery, whips or spurs. See relevant rulebook on PCUK website.
- Dressage: Same hats, boots, jackets, jodhpurs tie and badge as hunter trials. Gloves should be worn. Spurs can be worn if you have a current spur card from your District Commissioner. These are renewed yearly at her discretion. See relevant rulebook on PCUK website.
- Cross Country: Black sweatshirt, plain red silk over hat. Body protectors are compulsory. Gloves. Flint and Denbigh black sweatshirts are available from Iona Pierce.
- Tetrathlon: Riding phase. As above. Black Tetrathlon sweatshirts are available from Iona Pierce. See relevant rulebook on PCUK website.
- Show Jumping: Tweed Hacking Jacket, fawn or cream jods, black or dark blue hat, brown or black boots, neat collar & PC Tie. See relevant rulebook on PCUK website.
Members are expected to look clean and tidy with badges worn at rallies, when hunting, at shows and inter-branch competitions. They are also expected to be clean and tidy when walking courses before competitions.
Unsafe Tack: All tack must be clean, in a good state of repair, properly fitted and suitable for purpose. Tack inspections are routinely carried out at events and the organisers may prohibit participation in the event if they consider the tack to be inadequate or unsuitable. Individual sports do have further specific tack rules which are detailed in their individual sports rulebooks.
Stirrups: Stirrups should be of the correct size to suit the rider’s boots. They must have 7mm (¼”) clearance on either side of the boot.
Please be courteous.
Please leave dogs at home and take your litter home.
When attending rallies at Ystrad please park considerably in the car park, remember there are a lot of vehicles coming at different times for rides and need to get in/out easily. The farm is strictly out of bounds and children must be always kept under control.
Do not tie hay nets up to the outside of your trailers/boxes for your horses/ponies to eat as it makes an awful mess.
Clean up all droppings even if your animal didn’t drop them.