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IPC Show Jumping Classic Final

Sun. 7th Sept. in Mullingar Equestrian

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by kind permission of Harold McGahern,
Rincoola, Granard, Co Longford
90 cm. Class

1st - Thomas Whyte, Longford Hunt Branch riding Ardagh Bobby
2nd - Christopher Whyte, Westmeath Hunt Branch riding Shane's Lad

1m. Class
Christopher Whyte, Longford Hunt Branch riding Shane's Lad
2nd - Christine O'Donnell, Kilkenny Hunt Branch riding Blessington Prince Royale

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Connollys Red Mills League Open
Connollys Red Mills League Intermediate
Connollys Red Mills League Junior

Carlow Hunt Branch Novice One Day Event
At Newtownbarry Hse., Bunclody
Sun. 7th Sept
*** Closing Date for Entries Extended until Wednesday 3rd September***
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Shillealgh & District Hunt Branch Novice One Day Event
At Tinnahelly Riding Club Grounds, Coolboy, Co Wicklow
Sat. 13th Sept
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The Irish Pony Club End of Season Party
hosted by The Curragh Racecourse

will take place on Sunday 28th September
For more info Click Here

Amongst the many attractions on Sun 28th Sept will be
The IPC/TRI Inspirational Awards
DCs are asked to nnominate members who have made a special contribution
to their branch and whose efforts make a positiveand significant
difference to our Pony Club Comminity.

For Your Attention

Tipperary Hunt Show Jumping Classic
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H Test - Wednesday 27th August in Calliaghstown
B+ Test - Monday 1st of September in Gurteen College
A Test - Wednesday 3rd September in Gurteen

This website contains lots of information about the Irish Pony Club.  There is useful information for members, parents, branch officers and
anyone with an interest in our organisation. Browse the links on the left or click on the quick link on the right.

The Irish Pony Club is a Voluntary Youth Organisation.
It is the main equestrian organisation that provides training in all disciplines of equestrian activities in this Country for
members up to the age of 23.

The Irish Pony Club endeavours to promote and encourage horsemanship and loyalty in a safe and fun atmosphere,
for all its members and volunteers.

The objectives of the Irish Pony Club are:

  • To encourage young people to ride and to learn to enjoy all kinds of sport connected with horses and riding.

  • To provide instruction in riding and horsemanship, and to instil in members the proper care of their animals.

  • To promote the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty, thereby cultivating strength of character and self-discipline.


Open to boys and girls up to 23 years of age
Ordinary members are those who have not attained the age of 18 years
Associate members are those of 18 - 21 years
Senior Associate members are 21 - 23 years.
Membership automatically terminates at the end of the year when a members becomes 23 years old with
the exception of those who renew their membership to take Senior Tests up to and including the year in which
they are 25 years old.


The current annual subscription per members is €95



Last Updated: 02/09/2014
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