Welcome to the Club House!
NEW! The Weatherbys Private Banking Pony Club ChampionshipsWould you like to know more about some of our competitors? Click below!
- Anna-Mae Cole: Registered Disabled Rider
- Taggy Forester-Bennett: Rides a horse owned by Matt Ryan!
- Amy Flanagan: Nursed her horse back to health to qualify for The Championships
- Brier Leahy: Recovered from injury to qualify for The Championships
- Lucy Roberts: Overcame medical conditions to qualify
- Evelina Shrieve: Progressed from Novice to Open in 3 years and qualified for The Championships in each one
- Rosie Thomson: Riding her homebred horse, the last in the line
- Holly Watson: A former working pupil of Nick Gauntlett
FIRST TIMERS AND CONTENDERS
- Centre Equitation
- Horse and Pony Care
- Show Jumping
NFU MUTUAL MENTORS
Kindly sponsored by NFU Mutual, this scheme gives competitors access to some experienced mentors, who can work with them around sport psychology, acting as a support to riders with any competition worries and to give guidance in making plans to build confidence and move forwards.
Meet our Mentors HERE
THE PONY CLUB AMBASSADORS
Ambassadors will promote The Pony Club and be part of a network sharing information, ideas and actions, as well as representing The Pony Club at events and being the voice of Members to Area Representatives and Pony Club Committees.
Read all about our new Ambassadors HERE
The Inverness-shire Branch got in touch to tell us all about their week at Pony Club Camp. Read all about their week by following the link above.
Enter this month's Challenge and be in with a chance of winning some citronella goodies from NAF to help keep your horse or pony fly-free this summer!
The first South African Polocrosse World Cup was held from 27 June to 13 July 2015, and 6 out of the 8 UK team members and 4 of the 5 reserves are former Pony Club Members.
Two of the UK team members, Charlotte and Max, kindly agreed to write blogs throughout the competition to keep everyone up to date with their progress and let us know what they have been up to!
On arrival - Read blog 1 here
In the semi finals - Read blog 2 here
Back home - Read blog 3 here
Images: Andy Gourley
- Read Blog One
- Read Blog Two
Click on 'Blogs' then 'Latest Blogs' on the menu on the right hand side to view the most up to date entries.
New blogs are received every month so keep checking back for updates!
Daisy arrived at Pennant Park Pony Club Centre very nervous and in poor condition. With a great deal of time, patience and TLC it didn’t take long before she started to look and feel much better. She now has plenty of horsey and human friends and is a Pony Club favourite, helping the younger Members learn about pony behaviour as part of their badge work.
You can follow her progress through 'Daisy's Diary' where she will be telling us all about what she and her pony friends get up to!
All of the ponies featured are available for adoption through the Blue Cross. For more information about the charity, click here: Blue Cross