Riding School Events
(for all Riding School Clients)
More events coming soon!
Day Courses 10am – 4pm (bring packed lunch and suitable clothing) Please book in as early as possible as places are limited! Ride for 1 hour lesson in am and 1 hour fun ride in pm (hack, games or jumping) Look after your own pony for the day, with a competition for the best kept pony of the day!
Novice Day Courses (Suitable for those on the half hour lessons and trail rides – lots of help for riders). 10am – 4pm
Intermediate & Advanced Day Courses – may include some jumping and games. Riders should be confident around the horses in the stable and on 1 hour lessons. 10am - 4pm
Pony Club Events
(for all CPRC Pony Club members, ask at the office about how to become a member)
Pony Club Senior Centre Try Outs and Grassroots Dressage & Showjumping – Friday 23rd June
For Pony Club members aged 13 + on 1.1.17 who are interested in being in our Centre Championships teams and/or Grassroots Dressage and Jumping teams.
Anybody coming to this try out must be a current Pony Club member, be capable of jumping a course of 75cm jumps (with fillers etc) in the field. If you are a more advanced under 12 member then please see Viv (to see if this would be suitable) before also booking in to be considered for the Grassroots teams.
Pony Club Junior Centre Try Outs – Monday 26th June
For Pony Club members aged 12 & under on 1.1.17 who are interested in being in our Centre Championships teams.
Anybody coming to this try out must be a current Pony Club member, be capable of jumping a course of 60cm jumps (with fillers etc) in the field without help.
Please book in for all at the office, even though you have registered interest by ticking the team boxes we must have confirmation by booking in at the office and giving your age on 1.1.17
Mini Test Evening - Wednesday 12th July 5.30pm-7pm. £20
For any Pony Club members who would like to do their E test or any of their Bronze awards. The 'E test' is the very first of the Pony Club tests and suitable for our newest and youngest members (including those on the lead rein). It consists of a ridden test and some questions about your pony and how to look after it. With our younger members we try to not make it seem like a test at all but more like their usual lessons. If your child has done their E test they then move on to their progressive Bronze awards (3, 2, and the most testing being their 1). It works in a similar format to the E test. If you click on the above links it will take you to the syllabus for each test, if there is anything you are unsure about please see your instructor. Please state when booking in the last test your child has done.