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The Pony Club has appointed a Risk Management Director, Mr W Cook. His email address has now changed from the one published in the 2013 Year Book. His new email address is email@example.com.
If you require advice on Health and Safety, please contact Hannah Clack - email firstname.lastname@example.org or 02476 698315 who will put you in contact with Mr Cook.
It is strongly recommended that you buy a copy of the appropriate discipline Rule Book(s) so that you always have it to hand for your competitions. All Rule Books are available from The Pony Club Shop at a cost of £3.00.
The 2013 Health & Safety Rule Book is now available:
The Pony Club is aware that much interaction now occurs online for both adults and young people, especially through the use of Social Media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Bebo. With this in mind The Pony Club has produced two policies relating to Best Practice when using Social Media outlets, for both Officials and Volunteers, and also young people. These policies can be downloaded below:
The Pony Club Accident Form
First aid kit for events
First aid kit for events (Equine)
First Aid Matrix 2013
Incident log for One day Events
Incident log for Rally
First Aid Information Accident Reporting
Medical Form for members attending Camps, Courses or Visits.pdf
Injury Report Form
Notes for the Event Medical Officer
Concussion Advice Form
Equality in equestrianism is about making sure everyone has a chance to be involved. It is also about encouraging and increasing the involvement of groups at all levels of equestrian activity by recognising that inequalities exist and taking steps to address them by creating opportunities where currently there are few available.
As The Pony Club is a member of the British Equestrian Federation we adhere to the overall policy of the Federation. Please see their Equality Policy below: