Flatwork Training







Please note for training sessions you may wear PC sweatshirts instead of jackets but other dress code rules still apply

ie NO coloured jods and NO  hoodies


click here for dress code



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Flatwork training sessions in July, initially these will be for members who are able to ride off lead rein and unassisted in a field


Sessions will be groups of 4 members for an hour



Charlie Parker

Ella Jackson

Jessica Robinson

Neve Calvert



Niamh Macdonald

Erin Macdonald

Alexis Bradley

Amelia Bradley




Please make sure you're ready to ride at your allocated time as it won't be possible to slot you into another group


Other dates will be arranged asap and we hope to be able to open these up to all our members as soon as restrictions allow


Sessions will take place in a field at Sandyford, opposite Bolam Lake

click here for location of Sandyford

click here for parking details


I'm sure you'll appreciate that in order to follow current guidelines and for the safety of everyone concerned we have had to put in place very strict procedures that everyone must follow. Thank you for your co-operation with these.


Please click here for the consent form, this must be emailed to the organiser before the date of the training.


Parents MUST also read the following documents


Briefing notes

Tack check

Covid 19 risk assessment for flatwork

General risk assessment for flatwork sessions


The cost for this training is 8 per member, currently we will only be accepting Bacs payments


Barclays bank - Morpeth Hunt Pony Club

Sort code 20-59-97

account number 90843202



Anyone wishing to attend please email Jane Mancey (jane.mancey11@gmail.com) stating name of child and pony, DOB of child, height of pony and contact email and mobile number. 


Groups will be sorted on an age basis so please remember to include DOB


Groups and times will be posted on the website a few days before the session



We have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the Health and Safety of everyone. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the organisers, officials and coaches.