- National Dressage Championship (SLOV)
- Richmond Fair Grounds, Richmond, On
- International Quiz Exchange
- Lexington, KY, USA
- National Show Jumping Championship (NS)
- Windsor Exhibition Grounds
- National Rally
- Twisted Pine Farm, Ayr, ON
- International Mounted Games Exchange
- United Kingdom
- National Quiz (MB)
- Hilton Suite Hotel, Winnipeg
Welcome to Canadian Pony Club
Canadian Pony Club is a member-based association, managed by volunteers, mandated to serve the needs of Canadian youth, ages 6 to 25 years of age, who are interested in riding, learning about and/or caring for horses or ponies. Canadian Pony Club is incorporated as a national not-for-profit organization, and carries Canadian registered charity status.
Membership in Canadian Pony Club includes approximately 4,500 individual members, organized through 175 branch clubs, from coast-to-coast in Canada.
Canadian Pony Club is affiliated with an international network of more than twenty national Pony Clubs in other countries. In total, the international Pony Club community includes more than 100,000 individual members, involved in providing a healthy, educational riding experience for youth, worldwide. Each national Pony Club organization, ensures that programs delivered within the country are in-line with international standards for education, testing, and competition
Canadian Pony Club is committed to the vision:
To provide the opportunity for every child in Canada to have a positive experience with horses through providing opportunities:
- For Education
- To Learn responsibility, sportsmanship and good citizenship
- For Enjoyment and/or competitive success with horses
It is with great sadness that The Canadian Pony Club announces the passing of Barbara Grimm who gave so much to the CPC.
November 21, 1941 - March 11, 2014
Barbara was a long standing branch, regional and national volunteer with the Canadian Pony Club. She started with the Tynedale PC in the Central Ontario Region in the mid 1980's when her two girls, Heather and Kathleen, joined the branch. She was very active in all club activities and especially PPG across the region. She held numerous positions throughout the years including Regional Secretary, Membership and Visiting Commissioner for COR. She was also the CPC National Secretary and the first National Chair for Disciplines. She contributed to the organization of so many events in years past including the yearly PPG competitions at the CNE, the Ontario Pony Club's
Tournament of Champions (OPTOC) and, lastly, the CPC 75th Anniversary Celebration in 2009. For her volunteerism and dedication, Barb was voted an Honourary Lifetime Member by the National Board of Directors and is listed on the CPC Wall of Achievement.
Our deepest condolences to her family and friends. Barbara will be sadly missed by all.