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Pony Club NSW

Address: Horsley Drive Horsley Park NSW 2175
Phone: 02 4229 8977
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Tags: horse riding, horse riding lessons, horse riding school

Pony Club is a recognised youth organisation for those interested in horses, ponies and riding and is the largest association of riders in the world.

The Pony Club Association of New South Wales is the controlling body for Pony Clubs in New South Wales where young people can ride and learn all disciplines of equestrian sports. The Association co-ordinates, develops and promotes Pony Club in New South Wales and is committed to providing a high stan2dard of instruction for its members.

Pony Club has 271clubs across NSW.


RALLY DAYS are held at regular intervals (usually once or twice a month) at which riders receive their instruction on riding and caring for their pony. These rallies are run by voluntary instructors and are the backbone of the movement.

OTHER ACTIVITIES include gymkhanas, camps, trail rides, lectures and films, visits to places of interest and demonstrations.

EFFICIENCY CERTIFICATES are awarded by the Pony Club to encourage the interest and improvement in knowledge of its members. These include D, D*, C C*, K, H, B and A.

INSTRUCTORS SCHOOLS are held at regular intervals at Club, Zone and State level to educate instructors and potential instructors to give them an opportunity to gain or improve their qualifications for instruction at Pony Clubs. Instructors must be 17 years and over.

REGIONAL SCHOOLS are held in Zones where riders of above average standard in a particular discipline receive instruction from the top coaches in the state.

STATE TRAINING SQUADS are held throughout NSW in the disciplines of Dressage, Showjumping and Eventing. These schools are conducted by the Association's State Coaches. These squads give all riders a chance to have ongoing instruction in their relevant discipline by the same coach.

STATE CAMP - The Association holds a Camp each year for the top 15 riders in the State in their chosen discipline being Dressage, Showjumping, Eventing and Mounted Games. These riders come together and are instructed by top Australian coaches. The Camp promotes the aims and objects of Pony Club.

COMPETITIONS are held at Club, Zone, State, National and even International level. These are arranged as individual and team events. Team spirit and sportsmanship are encouraged in all aspects.

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