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Camp 2020

Especially for new members, here is a rundown on what to expect next week. Camp will take place from 1-5 July at Ballyduff House, Thomastown. Please don’t use the main entrance. The farm entrance is further up the road and

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Area 4 Training Evening

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Showjumping Clinics

Island Hunt Branch has invited our members to participate in the first of a series of showjumping clinics at Barnadown, Gorey, Co.Wexford. It will be held on Easter Sunday 21st April. The trainer is FEI coach Taylor Vard and is open

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Ideal Minimus practice!

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Membership Renewal

If you haven’t done so already, don’t forget to renew your membership before the end of January. Memberships must be paid up before you can attend training or any Pony Club event. We’ll be back with show jumping at Grennan shortly so make sure you can

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Area 3, 4 and 5 Mackey Show Jumping Classic qualifier

AREA 3, 4 and 5 MACKEY SHOW JUMPING CLASSIC QUALIFIER This takes place at Raheen na Gun on Tuesday 21st August. Start time 2pm. Classes: 90cm, 1m, 1.10m and 1.20m. Entires taken on the day or in advance via Itsplainsailing,

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Are 4 Dressage and Combined Training Qualifier

Anyone who did combined training at Camp will be able for this – just please check the relevant dressage test beforehand in case it’s different to the one you learnt last week.    

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Area 4 Show Jumping Qualifier

Anyone interested in this, please contact Syl Ryan on 086 820 6860.

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Camp 2018

CAMP 2018 This year Camp will be held at Ballyduff House, Thomastown from 2-6 of July.  Cost is €140, payable through https://www.itsplainsailing.com/club/khpc1 Please let us know by 18th June if you are coming so we can confirm numbers and book instructors.

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ISH Young Breeders Programme

The ISH Young Breeders programme is a joint programme between Teagasc and Horse Sport Ireland. It is aimed at those between the ages of 14 to 25 years who are interested in assessing, exhibiting, and breeding performance horses. They do

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