Canadian Pony Club Central Ontario

Rally

CPC RALLY

A foundation discipline for Pony Club, Rally encompasses the three disciplines of Dressage, Show Jumping and Cross Country. Added in competition is the aspect of Stable Management. Together, the four phases allow members to show off their skills as well-rounded riders and their knowledge of horsemanship.

A full description of Pony Club Rally is available at the discipline page of the CPC website: www.canadianponyclub.org/what-we-do.php?page=rallies.


Rally in Central Ontario Region

Working Rally is a popular weekend-long event that brings together members and their mounts at Saddlewood each spring. Riders have lessons in the flat, jumping, and the hunter ring or cross country schooling area. Stable management and hands-on horse care is an important part of the experience.

COR members enjoy the annual Fun Rally event, hosted each year in early summer by Toronto North York Pony Club. This event allows riders to participate in Dressage, Show Jumping and Cross-Country phases in a non-competitive format, each at the level of their choosing.

Working Rally

Hosted by Durham Pony Club, this year’s Working Rally will be held on May 25-27, 2018 at Saddlewood Camp.

2018 Working Rally application form

Fun Rally (June 23, 2018)

Yay!

It’s finally starting to feel like Spring and Fun Rally is the perfect opportunity to get ready for the season – Dressage, Stadium Jumping and Cross Country. Trotting poles on the ground or 3’ jumps – ride at the level you are comfortable 😊.

Entries are due Sunday, May 21st and can be mailed or submitted to Anita at PPG 1.

Sincerely
TNY Fun Rally Committee

anita_barnes21@yahoo.ca

Fun Rally Waiver

Fun Rally Entry Form

Working Rally 2015 with farrier

2015 Working Rally stable management session

2014 fun rally kid with mom

2014 Fun Rally


2014 C Rally

2014 C Rally


Archived Results

A/B/C Rally

2006 Results | 2004 Results | 2003 Results

D Rally

2007 Results | 2006 Results | 2005 Results | 2004 Results | 2003 Results

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