After five weeks of lessons at Holy Well Stables in Kilnaspic, Mooncoin with instructor Liz Frayling a competition was held to see all the new skills learned put to the test. Each member did a test of their choosing and were scored by Liz and her scribe Cindy. All of the trainees had improved massively over the course of the 5 weeks thanks to the fantastic instructing and the lovely venue to practice in. First place went to Ellie Mathias (first time dressage rider) with her pony Angel, 2nd Kelly Croke on Delta, 3rd to Keelan Lynch on her new pony Legend, 4th Hazel Barden and Lilly and 5th and best turned out to Amelia Coughlan on Storm. There were some fab prizes sponsored by William Hayes saddlery (numnah), Cindy and Jason of Holy Well Stables (arena hire), Jackie Barden (grooming bag and kit), Sharon Lynch and the Equine Warehouse (grooming equipment, pony treats and baseball caps. The evening was finished off with a lovely windy BBQ and treats provided by all the parents. Thanks to all that attended. A special word of thanks goes to Jason Dunphy and Cindy Wagner for the use of the facilities and for the lovely treats, teas and coffees provided every week and the use of stables for ponies waiting turns. Your kindness was greatly appreciated.
Congratulations to Sophie Wall our new DC. Joan Fox will remain on the committee as assistant to Sophie for 1 year. Thank you to Carly, Gillian, Adrian & Melissa who have all stepped away from Tipp HPC for 2018 for your consistent efforts in organising and supporting the work at committee level.
We welcome new committee members Nicola Everard, Gael Sallam, Jenny Coleman, Declan Murphy, Rosie Quirke, Sharon Lynch and Jackie Barden. We hope that members and parents will continue to be positive and supportive of the work that the committee do to run a successful Tipp HPC.
Details of club gear currently available to buy appears on itsplainsailing. Hoodies, softshell jackets and xc colours currently up for ordering.
IMPORTANT NOTE RE CAMP
Slight change of date for pony club camp in Powerstown Clonmel
Mon 2nd to Fri 6th of July 2018 inclusive.
For Camp 2018 and championships 2018 please ensure you have the relevant
vaccination requirements for all ponies/horses.
They must have received the following
(1) A Primary Course of TWO injections not less than 21 days or more than 92 days apart.
(2)A First Booster must be given 5-7 months (not less than 150 days and not more than 215 days) after the second injection of the Primary Course.
(3) Thereafter, Annual Boosters are to be given not more than 12 months apart.
(4) Vaccination within 7 days prior to entering the Stables is NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR ANY vaccination.
(5) If at any time an injection is given later than is required under these rules, the whole sequence must be started from the beginning, including the 5-7 month booster.
If you are unsure, please ask your vet to check your vaccinations NOW
IRISH PONY CLUB CALENDAR 2018
Friday & Saturday, 2nd & 3rd November IPC B+ Test Gurteen Agricultural College, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.
If there is any issue receiving texts or accessing the online system please let Joan Fox or any committee member know asap. We will do our best to resolve any issue for you.
Reminder: If you are competing in an inter-branch xc activity we encourage
you to wear your club colors with pride. Club colors are navy cover cap with yellow dots and navy xc jumper with writing on sleeves. Available to purchase @ Equine Warehouse, Clonmel.
Keep sending us your fun photos from being out and about at your pony club activities.
Its lovely to see you participating so early in the year email them to - email@example.com
Include the date/event name and your approval to publish participants names.
Tetrathlon Training 2018: All budding athletes keep fit with your peers this summer and have some fun Shooting, swimming, riding & running. Contact Melissa Stokes 0863455787 or Sophie Wall on 086 8790062 .
Remember to take part in any pony club activity you must have your membership paid & please use the online booking system as instructors venues times etc have to be booked in advance!
REGISTRATION OF EQUINE PREMISES:
It is now a legal requirement that all equine premises in which a horse is kept must be registered with the Department Of Agriculture. Registration is free. Please see the Department Of Agriculture website for more details.
Dept. Of Agriculture Website
Tipperary Hunt Pony Club History:
The Tipperary Hunt Branch of the Pony Club was formed in the Autumn of 1959. The Master of the Tipperary Hunt Captain Evan Williams gave permission for the use of the name. Mrs Masters agreed to act as the first District Commissioner. Rallies were held at Killusty, Seskin, Woodroofe, Ballingarrane and Annsfort. By the end of the first year the club had a membership of 107. Over the years the Club has got bigger and our membership has continued to grow.