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2022 Competition - 26th-28th August

We are delighted to announce that the PC110 Eventing Championships will be held at Wellington International Horse Trials and Country Fair, its second time running at such a prestigious event! Further details will follow; however, it is planned for the PC110 class to run alongside the International 2* and 3* classes over the weekend.

Competitors that live closest to Wellington will be asked to perform their dressage on Friday 26th with the balance being completed on Saturday.  Show jumping (in the main arena!) and cross country on Sunday 28th.

 

Date:

26th-28th August

Venue:

Wellington International Horse Trials, Highfield Farm, Hook, Heckfield, Hampshire, United Kingdom, RG27 0LE

Entries:

Entries open: 18th July 

Entries will be limited to the first 110 competitors on a first come, first served basis with no waitlist available. Competitors that live closest to Wellington will be asked to perform their dressage on the Friday afternoon.

You can enter the event via the British Eventing website:

Stabling:

Stables can be booked through My Riding Life and when full contact Wellington who can put entrants in touch with local livery stables.

Queries:

Email: eventing@pcuk.org

Thanks in advance!

As well as Individual awards, there will also prizes for the top three Branch teams and the top three Area teams.  All entrants will automatically be put in their Area team but only the top three scores will count and be awarded the prizes.  There is also a trophy for the highest placed pony.

One of our favourite awards will also be up for grabs: 'Most improved placing after the dressage phase'

A huge thanks in advance must go to our fabulous supporters for their donations and helping to give an extra special feel to what we hope will be another fantastic event in 2022: 

Event Horse Owners Association (EHOA)

SupaStuds

PolyJumps

Hiho Silver

Treehouse Sporting Colours

As well as;

Worshipful Company of Saddlers, Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary and Brass Tacks!

We would also like to thank David Sheerin and his team for welcoming The Pony Club again and we are grateful for their flexibility and support. Wellington International Horse Trials and Country Fair is a fantastic event for all, and we look forward to seeing our talented Members out on the course!

Eligibility Rules

Individuals

Combination of horse and rider must, in the period 1st July 2021 to 1st August 2022, have either:

  • Been placed in the top 10% at any BE (or EI)110 or above (please see rule 1 on page 63 of the Rule Book for horse eligibility), OR
  • Obtained double clears twice at any two BE (or EI)110 or above or PC110 (including any Area) competitions; OR
  • Gained 4 Minimum Eligibility Requirement Points (MER).

A MER can be gained by completing a BE (or EI)110 or above or a PC110 competition with:

  • No more than 45 dressage penalty points
  • A clear cross-country round with no more than 30 time penalties
  • A show jumping round with no more than 12 jumping penalties.

In addition, the following will qualify for the 2022 PC110 Championships at their Area Competition if they have no jumping penalties across country; AND are:

  • The winner or second placed in a section.
  • 3rd in section qualifies if 15 or more competed in that section.
  • 4th in section qualifies if 20 or more competed in that section.

All other individuals with a clear round across country (not including time penalties), no more than 4 faults in the show jumping and a dressage score of 50 or less.

Teams

All entries will be put in their relevant PC Area and the top three scores at the competition will count. If a Branch has three or four qualified members at the Championships, then a Branch team can be declared.

Awards and Prizes

PRIZES FOR THE PC110 CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS AT WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL 2022 

The Pony Club is greatly indebted to all our Supporters for the generous donations of the prizes below.

Individual Class

Rosettes 1st to 20th.   Commemorative plaques to all entrants.

Craddock rosettes to all those who complete a double clear within the time allowed.

1st:      The Martin-Bird Perpetual Challenge Trophy

Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary - a weekend’s training with Gill Watson generously given by Mrs Celia Plunkett and Gill Watson.

            Rug kindly donated by the Event Horse Owners Association.

Leather bridle and headcollar kindly donated by The Worshipful Company of Saddlers.

2nd:       Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary -a weekend’s training with Gill Watson generously given by Mrs Celia Plunkett and Gill Watson.

Set of wings kindly donated by Poly Jumps

 3rd        Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary-a weekend’s training with Gill Watson generously given by Mrs Celia Plunkett and Gill Watson.

Leather headcollar kindly donated by Brass Tacks.

 4th – 10th Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary-a weekend’s training with Gill Watson generously given by Mrs Celia Plunkett and Gill Watson.

Walnut Trophy for the Best Pony

Karen Ellicott Memorial Trophy for the member who has made the greatest improvement on their dressage placing.

 

Branch Teams

 

The William Miflin Memorial Trophy for the Branch team whose three counting scores have the lowest total number of seconds (not time penalties) from the optimum time.

Rosettes 1st to 6th

 

1st        The Inter-Branch Team Championship Trophy

            Rugs and prizes generously donated by Hi Ho Silver

2nd        Set of studs donated by Supa Studs, Saddle cloths  

3rd        Surprise bucket

 

Area Teams

1st        Rugs and Vouchers from Sporting Colours 

2nd        Set of studs donated by Supa Studs, Saddle cloths

3rd        Surprise bucket