South Midlands PRA/PC Training & Qualification Day
This day has been rescheduled!
Entries for the day are now closed. We are operating a waiting list. If you would like to join, please email mailto:email@example.com
This day will not have any indoor sessions and it is not suitable for children who have not taken part in pony racing before. If you have any queries, please contact Verity, details below.
Venue – Glebe Gallops, Glebe Farm, Blakesley Heath, Maidford, Towcester, Northants, NN12 8HN.
A day of tuition for pony racing which can qualify the combination of pony and rider for Point-to-Point Pony Races and Pony Club Pony Race Days in 2020. Please note that entry to the venue is changed from previous years and children must have taken part in a pony race before to come to this particular day.
All ponies MUST be microchipped AND be fully vaccinated against Equine Influenza with a booster in the last 6 months before the Training Day (please note that this booster must be more than 6 days before the Training Day. Nb – if a vaccination is given on Monday, the pony will not be able to participate in PRA events until the following Monday).
Passports will be checked on arrival at the venue and please be sure to enter your pony using the registered name on their passport.
Ponies that do not comply will not be allowed to take part on the day.
The entry fee is £30 per pony/jockey combination. We start at 11am and hope to finish by 3pm. Numbers of children attending is strictly limited.
Entries close 1 week before the day or when full. Spaces are limited and early booking is advised.
Please bring a picnic for you, jockey (and pony!). Further information including directions will be sent out the week before to all attending.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07887541571
This day is held wholly outside and is only suitable for children who have pony raced before.
Jockey’s will take part in a number of different sessions in the morning, to include both riding and non-riding exercises, teaching them about balance and fitness required for pony racing. These groups will be based on previous experience and pony size.
If all goes well and they are happy to do so, they will ride on the gallops in the afternoon. If the instructors are satisfied they are safe and in control of their pony, they will be qualified to ride in PRA and Pony Club pony races in 2020.