South Union Hunt Pony Club will host the Area 5 Full Minimus and Junior Tetrathlon Training Day (to include a Mini-Minimus and Minimus HC/Tet HC) on Saturday May 26th 2018 at Kilguilkey, Mallow, Co. Cork
(running, swimming, riding cross country for U12's) or Tetrathlon
(running, swimming, riding cross country and shooting for over 12's)
please give your name asap to
Fiona O Brien @ 087 6143964
so we can get an idea of numbers for swimming training.
Parents - would you be interested in training our older members to shoot?
If so, read on, and contact Roisin on 086 3522177 for further details.
TETRATHLON SHOOTING PHASE TRAIN THE TRAINER COURSE
The Tetrathlon Committee of the Irish Pony Club propose to organise and run a Train the Trainer Course for the Shooting Phase of Tetrathlon.
Any persons who wish to register their interest in participating in this training course should complete the Registration of Interest Form and return it to the IPC Office before Monday 5th February 2018 by post (Tinnascarty, Freshford, Co. Kilkenny) or e-mail to jane@irishponyclub....ie.
The Registration of Interest Form is available to download from the IPC website: www.irishponyclub.ie
The date and location for the course will be decided when all expressions of interest have been received at the IPC Office.
Our members aged 13 - 16 years have been kindly invited again this year by our friends at Duhallow Pony Club, to the Duhallow Junior Hunt Ball on Friday, 26 Jan in Springmount Hall, Mallow. 8 - 11pm. Strict 'No Alcohol' policy. Price 30 euro. Names to Roisin on 086 3522177.
Hollyanne, Irina, Lily Lydia, and Lauren receiving instruction from Jonathan Willis at Cloughduv.
Our two retiring D.C.'s Mary and Celine - thank you for all your hard work over the last 3 years!
to the following Muskerry members
who passed the following Irish Pony Club tests recently -
Molly O'Connor B+ Test
Heather Kennedy and Elena FitzGerald H Test
Francesca Lehrell B Test
At least one parent of each Muskerry Pony Club Member must be Garda vetted. This is not a complicated process. As per the new rules outlined below, get your documents proving your identity verified by our D. C. (Roisin), Secretary (Noelle|) or Children's Officer (Fiona). Then download the Invitation to Vetting form by clicking below (ignore the other forms), complete the Invitation to Vetting and forward to the Irish Pony Club at the address supplied on the form with your verified documents proving your identity. Once your identity has been verified, the process may then be completed online.
With effect from January 2018, The Irish Pony Club will move fully to E-Vetting meaning that paper-based Garda Vetting forms will no longer be accepted.
Original documents to be used to verify your identity and current address. These documents must be shown to the person approved to verify your identity. Photocopies of these documents must then be signed and dated by the officer verifying your identity. The Invitation to Complete Garda Vetting and photocopies of the identification documents must be posted to the Irish Pony Club office (not e-mailed).
Identification can be verified by one of the following:- DC, Secretary, Branch Children’s Officer, Area Rep, Executive Committee, Guard, Solicitor, Irish Pony Club staff member.