The prestigious Pony Club Championships will have a new home in 2021, with seven of the organsation’s nine disciplines coming together, while the open eventing championships will be held alongside the Festival of British Eventing and two new spring festivals are in the pipeline. H&H finds out more about the plans...
Following the abandonment of the 2019 championships at Cholmondeley Castle to rainfall, and the 2020 cancellation owing to the pandemic, next year’s event will take place at Offchurch Bury, on 13 to 22 August.
Pony Club chief executive Marcus Capel told H&H the event will host seven of the nine disciplines with mounted games, polocrosse and tetrathlon on the first weekend, followed by eventing, showjumping, dressage and polo.
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