May Rally  

Sunday 2nd May, Benridge Riding Centre, NE61 3SB

Passports and Equine Flu Vaccinations

A reminder that any horse or pony attending a Pony Club activity MUST be accompanied by their passport. The first and second Equine Flu vaccination injections must have been given and, if needed, correct subsequent booster injections.

 click here for vaccination rules

 

EHV-1

There is increased concern over the impact of Equine Herpes, EHV-1, in the UK. British Equestrian (the BEF, of which The Pony Club is a Member Body) is requesting that all Member Bodies use a process of self-certification whereby they declare their horses and ponies fit to attend the activity. Everyone will need to complete a self-certification form for each activity they attend - forms will be available on our website

 

Click here for self-certification form which must be emailed to Jane by 6pm the night before the rally

 

Please note

This rally is open to all members and will be an hours session in small groups.

 

Please email Jane Mancey (jane.mancey11@gmail.com) by 18th April to book your place, please state name and age of member and if on lead rein and name of pony

 

Cost 10 per session - must be paid for at the time of booking.

 

Currently we are only accepting Bacs payments

Barclays bank - Morpeth Hunt Pony Club

Sort code 20-59-97

Account number 90843202

Reference Benridge May rally

 

Please note that if you book for a rally and are unable to attend then you must still pay for the session unless a replacement can be found.

 

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.

 

Social distancing regulations of at least 1 metre must be followed at all times

Covid 19 Regulations

 

1.      You will ensure before attending that you are not displaying any COVID symptoms requiring self-isolation i.e. high temperature or a new persistent cough; or living with anyone who is displaying any symptoms

2.      You will not attend if you have been told to isolate

3.      If symptoms are evident, for you or anyone in the household following the rally, you will contact the organiser to let them know and you will stay at home in line with government guidelines

4.      You will thoroughly wash or sanitise your hands on arrival

5.      You will follow standard social distancing at all times possible i.e. remain at least 1m distance from others

6.      If you fall ill, or display any of the symptoms during the rally, you will advise the organiser then return home immediately, avoiding touching anything where possible and follow advice on self-isolation

 

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