Sierra Pacific

EBTH Rally


Everything But The Horse Rally        *Covid-19 protocols will be in place, and must be followed by all who attend*

Date: 2022 Date to be Determined


Hosted by: Bayview Farms Pony Club Riding Center and Oak Knoll Equestrian Pony Club Riding Center

Inquiries: Kelly Lancellotti


VIRTUAL OPTION:  A Virtual Rally option will also be organized by Six Rivers Pony Club and is available to those uncomfortable with attending an in-person rally at this time.  The virtual version takes place on the same day.  A schedule will be provided. Individuals/Clubs will be responsible for setting up a dressage court and the provided jumping course.  Zoom  sessions with judges will be scheduled.  Covid-19 guidelines must be followed.

Purpose:   Pony Club members will actually run through all aspects of a mounted rally, only without their horse! They will use all the equipment & participate in the activities – stall & tack room set up, turnout inspection, jog out and even do a dressage test and show jumping round on foot! All participants/teams literally bring “everything but the horse,” giving them the opportunity to practice & focus on what is expected at a rally without the additional responsibilities associated with having to take care of their horse or pony. This rally is designed for everyone!

Teams: Mixed rating teams of 3-4 riders, 1 stable manager, and a non-competing C advisor. The organizer will combine individual entries and teams with less than 3 riders to create viable teams.

Awards: Teams receive placing or participation ribbons.

Tack room set-up:  Each team will set-up one tack room and one “horse stall” outside.

Parents may help carry heavy equipment to the team’s designated area, however parents may not assist with tack room set-up.  This is the realm of C Advisors and assistant horse management judges.

Team Advisors: Each team is requested to bring a C level or higher advisor. Advisors should be turned out neatly and must wear medical arm bands and barn appropriate footwear. Remember that advisors are leading their competitors by example.

Volunteers: Anyone wishing to assist as an Assistant Horse Management Judge at the rally is encouraged to do so. This is the only way that parents are granted access to the team tack room areas other than during open barns. If you would like to work as an assistant horse management judge, please contact Kelly Lancellotti at

Each EBTH Team Should Bring:

A full rally kit (review Horse management rules).

Riders on a team are responsible for bringing all individual items required. For example, saddle, bridle, grooming brushes, etc. per the Horse management rulebook.

Registration:  New online registration and payment this year!  Register here:

Chaperones:  Please complete your Chaperone Form online here:



Further information can be found in the Rally packet:  EBTH 2021 Packet