What’s on this month
|Llanasa – Working Rally – 04/07/22||Highfield Livery Yard||
|Llysfaen – Working Rally – 06/07/22||Glan y Wern||
|Dressage – Test Riding Practice – Glan y Wern – 06/07/22||Glan y Wern||
|Dressage – Test Riding Practice – Glan y Wern – 08/07/22||Glan y Wern||
|Area 5 – DRESSAGE TEAM and INDIVIDUAL QUALIFIERS – 10/07/22||Glan y Wern||
|Area 5 – 16+ Summer Camp 2022 – 12/07/22 to 15/07/22||Somerford Park||
|Llysfaen – XC Training – Paul Davies – 13/07/22||Mostyn Farm Ride||
|Llandyrnog – Working Rally for all abilities – 14/07/22||Plas Dolben||
|Main Camp 24/07/22 – 27/07/22||Mostyn Farm Ride||
Cheshire Shield Horse Trails
Please remember that entries close for the Cheshire Shield on the 1st July, so get your entry in this week.
Updated Schedule – Area Show Jumping Competition
Please find attached an updated schedule for our Area Competition on Saturday 2nd July. We will now be running Spring Festival Preliminary Debut and PC Challenge classes which have been added to the attached schedule. We are seizing the opportunity to run these classes as the window for running The Spring Festival qualifiers open in June and closes on 30th November 2022. The area final as you know is scheduled for 29th January and the Championships the weekend of the 12th February.
Enter on line at Horse Events – the closing date for Spring Festival Debut 80cm and PC Challenge 90cm preliminary classes will close on Wednesday 29th June
Congratulations to Louise Shepherd for being awarded her Cubitt Award for long service to Pony Club. Louise gives up many hours to help run the branch, organising training and helping out at competitions run by branch and area.
Wales Air Ambulance
As the local Community Fundraiser for Wales Air Ambulance in Denbighshire, I wanted to send you and the club a personal thank you for your recent donation and continued support 😊 Your help keeps our Critical Care Practitioners and Consultants at the frontline, treating the most critically ill and injured in your local area, 7 days a week.
Diolch yn fawr iawn, Debra L. Sima
Area 5 – Berwyn & Dee – Big Road Rider Achievement Badge – Training and Test Day – 22nd July 2022 Spaces Available
The Berwyn and Dee Branch have organised a day of training, and a test at the end, for the Riding and Road Safety Big Achievement Badge. They have room for six other members.
Radfords Equestrian, Llanymynech, 10am – 3.30pm
A day of fun and learning aimed at teaching pony club members how to keep safe when out riding on the public highway. Achieving the big road rider badge is a requirement before taking D+ and higher test. The day will cover theory training and a verbal test. Ridden training and a ridden test, results and presentation of badge. Attendees will need parental supervision but not every parent needs to stay all day, parents can arrange between themselves to help each other.
Please contact Sally Herbert-Jones 07896911398 or email@example.com. Booking via EntryMaster. Entries close on 8th July. The cost of the day will be £31 and attendees will need to bring a packed lunch with them. Full details of the day will be sent out once booking is confirmed.
Area Competitions and PC Championship – Flu Vaccinations
With us entering the period of Area competitions and, in due course the PC Championships, please ensure you are aware of and comply with the Flu Vaccination Rule https://pcuk.org/media/eibpycgm/the-pony-club-vaccination-rule-v22-1-2.pdf. At the PC Championships, horse passports will be checked and any horse or pony found to be non-compliant will be unable to compete and will have to leave the event.
Park Palace are looking for up to 4 ponies to loan over the summer holidays to be part of the ‘pop up’ summer scheme at Aintree Racecourse for 6 weeks
Park Palace are looking for up to 4 ponies to join them on loan over the summer holidays to be part of their ‘pop up’ summer scheme at Aintree Racecourse for 6 weeks. They are looking for ponies sized 12.1 – 14hh and who are good on lead rein. Ponies will be used for walk and trot lessons only, and riders will be no more than 8 stone. Last year they had 3 ponies join on loan over summer and the 6 week project allowed over 400 children to try riding for free.
The Aintree Racecourse project will provide children, who have never ridden before, with the opportunity to experience horse riding and pony care. The ponies will be stabled overnight in the racing stables and will be given 5* care by their experienced team. They are happy to answer any questions – please call Bridget on 07842 766937 with any queries and they can provide references.
The Facebook link, with the details: https://www.facebook.com/270872430016624/posts/pfbid02DSjjQSKmzxHAd25H52A7fNN4mgCpe25tcS1WDNcWNB4UmkuBCC91CDkxwCoz2tqul/?d=n
CONGRATULATIONS to LEAH LAMB and ORLA KISSANE who both qualified for the Tetrathlon Championships at the Area 5 competition last weekend at Mostyn.
Leah was placed 2nd (by only 24 points) with the top shoot of 940 and top swim of 8L 18m and a clear XC 1400.
Orla was 8th and had the top run of 5min 8 secs but unfortunately had one stop on the XC. She was riding 16.2hh Henry who thought he had been retired!!
Good Luck to them both at the Championships in Offchurch.
Well done to HARRIET GOODALL in the Novice girls after having a break from Tet. She had the top shoot (900) in her class and a top swim of 8L 24m. Harriet unfortunately came to grief at the 2second fence when the pony slipped and fell and was therefore eliminated.
Also well done to LLEUCU NEWTON who came 2nd in the Mini Girls class and HELEN JONES who came 4th in that class with the top shoot (940), top run (an unbelievable 3m 45sec) and top swim but had a few stops XC unfortunately.
MACSEN NEWTON did well to come 2nd in the Mini boys and we hope to see more of ESYLLT and ELLIW DAFYDD who were competing for the first time.
Thank you to the parents/coaches for their support enabling these members to participate in this wonderful sport.