Mounted Games

Mounted Games Vault

Mounted Games Spring League 2017

Junior and Under 10 Spring League 2017  for all Branches  (beginners welcome)

Please contact Pauline (087 2247219) or Helen (087 2241726) on the Wednesday prior to the competition to make entries

and for infomation regarding directions to the venue and times.  Friday evenings starting 6.30 pm approx.

Fri May 5th – Kildare Hunt Branch

Fri May 12th – Isalnd Hunt Branch, Gorey, Co. Wexford

Sat May 20th  – Shillelagh Branch, Coolboy, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow

Fri May 26th – Area 4 competition, The Moyne, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford

Fri June 2nd – Wexford Hunt Branch, at Ballybrennan, Co. Wexford 

Final Sun Jun 11th – Waterford Show 

Participation in all 6 days is not required.  We will take the best 4 days’ score (weather permitting) for each team.

More information to follow.

Pairs and Individuals Competition


Anyone interested should contact  Helen on 087 2241726 or Eilidh on 087 7551246.    

Objectives of the Irish Pony Club

The objectives of the Irish Pony Club are to encourage young people to learn to enjoy all kinds of sports connected with horse riding, to provide instruction in riding and horsemanship and to instill in its members the proper care of their animals. It also promotes the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty, thereby cultivating strength of character and self discipline.

Mounted Games is one of the disciplines of the Pony Club. It is a team competition requiring courage, determination and all-round riding ability on the part of the team members, and the careful and systematic training of their ponies.

During the summer month’s competitions are held at various locations and shows through out the country at Under 10, Junior and Senior level culminating in the final of Under 10 and Junior at the Pony Club Festival in July, and the Senior Competition at the RDS during the International Horse Show.

Each team consists of five members who take part in a variety of games where speed, accuracy and breathtaking excitement are the norm. The games are fun to watch and attract large crowds at shows and are one of the top attractions at the RDS during horse show week.