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The 2023 EHOA PC110 Pony Club Eventing Championships - Wellington International

This year's Pony Club 110 Eventing Championships, kindly sponsored by The Event Horse Owners Association, will again take place at the prestigious Wellington International Event. Running alongside the FEI classes, The 110 Championships will give members the opportunity to experience competing at the very highest level and atmosphere the sport has to offer.  

Saturday 26th August, 2023 - The Dressage Phase will take place in The International Arena. 

Sunday 27th August, 2023 - The Show Jumping Phase will take place in the main arena followed by the Cross Country. The day will then finish with a Prize Giving featuring some amazing Prizes.

Eligibility Rules-2023 PC110 Pony Club Eventing Championships - Wellington International

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

Must have either:
▶ Been placed in the top 10% at any BE110 competition or equivalent
with results on or; OR
▶ Obtained double clears (i.e., No jumping penalties on two occasions at
any BE or equivalent, or PC110 (including Area) competitions; OR
▶ Been placed first at their own PC110 Area Competition in 2023 with no
jumping penalties; OR
▶ Gained 4 Minimum Eligibility Requirement Points (MERs) Between 1st
August 2021 and 31st July 2023, one of which must be in the current
A MER can be gained by completing a BE110 or PC110 Area Competition or
PC110 competition with:
▶ No more than 45 Dressage penalty points
▶ A clear Cross-Country round with no more than 30 time penalties; AND
▶ A Show Jumping round with no more than 12 jumping penalties.
With the exception of a MER gained at a PC110 Area Competition, the MER
must have been gained no later than 31st July 2023.
In the event of oversubscription, entries will be selected by the
Eventing Committee with priority given to those with the best results
in the current year.

The 2023 EHOA PC110 Pony Club Eventing Championships - Wellington International Prizes


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 donated by The Worshipful Company of Saddlers.

2nd:       Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary (as above)

            Set of wings kindly donated by Poly Jumps

3rd        Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary

Leather headcollar kindly donated by Brass Tacks.

 4th – 10th Kate & Eloise Plunkett Bursary.

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



2nd        Saddle cloths  


3rd        Surprise bucket


Area Teams


1st        Rugs, Vouchers from Sporting Colours


2nd        Saddle cloths


3rd        Surprise bucket

2023 PC110 Blair Challenge - Blair Castle International

Pony Club Eventing is delighted to again offer The PC110 Blair Challenge this year.  

Any Pony Club members competing in the CCI2* Event at Blair will automatically be entered into the PC110 Blair Challenge with Rosettes, Trophies and Prizes for the top 10 individuals. Individuals who complete the CCI1* will also receive a completion rosette, kindly donated by Pony Club Area 1. 

2022 Competition - 26th-28th August-Wellington

We are delighted that the PC110 Eventing Championships was held at Wellington International Horse Trials and Country Fair, its second time running at such a prestigious event! The PC110 class ran alongside the International 2* and 3* classes over the weekend.

Individual Class winners for PC110 2022:

1st- Holly Clarke

2nd - Millie-Toulson Clarke

3rd- Isabella Elwes

4th- Alice Gates

5th- Louise Bodily

6th-Charlie Piper

7th-Georgina Beeby Wynn

8th- Lily Walker

9th-Emily Worsdale

10th-Pip Taylor


2022 Competition- Blair

Last year Blair winners were:

1st place- Anna Price (Fitzwilliam Hunt Branch), riding Blakeney Surprise

2nd Place- Cameron Swales (East Lothian)

3rd Place-  Molly O’Connor (East Down)