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    Youth Directors

    Alson - Active Member West

    The members of the Canadian Pony Club National Board would like to extend a warm welcome to our New Active Member West, Alison Bachand-Lapointe.

    Alison is a 3 year member of Strathcona Pony Club in the Alberta North Region. During that time Alison has been heavily involved in helping organize as well as participating in Branch activities. Also during that time she has been an active participant in Regional Activities and a youth rep for the Region. Allison has represented her region at National Quiz.

    We looking forward to her joining the National Board and welcome her enthusiasm and energy.

    Congratulations Alison we are sure you will do Pony Club Proud.

    The Active Member position is the voice of the youth at the National level. These members bring forward concerns and suggestions to the National Board directly from the other youth, so that they can be addressed.

    Visit the Active member page to see news from our members


    Are you interested in testing your knowledge, or working on some materials?

    Jordan from Saint Lawrence Ottawa Region has created an Instagram page just for you.

    HorseKnow on Instagram


    When a new member joins Pony Club, they receive a CPC pin from the DC.

    This pin should be worn to testing and for all other PC activities.

    Donate to Pony Club?

    Please e-mail our Treasurer for further information.

    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.

    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


    Included in this communication, you will find a brief survey being undertaken by the Horse Welfare Alliance of Canada, a Not-for-Profit organization dedicated to the growth and understanding of proper horse healthcare and management. Canadian Pony Club places great priority on knowledgeable and proper care of our equine friends. Because of that shared goal between these two organizations, I hope you will take a moment to respond to this survey and assist this group in assessing the current level of understanding and practice surrounding the Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Equines . This survey is for anyone participating in the care and/or management of horses.

    Thank you in advance for your participation in assuring a safer, healthier future for our equine partners.

    Equine Code of Practice Awareness Survey. This industry-developed survey is to gauge awareness, adoption and use of the Code. Follow this link to the survey.

    Membership in Canadian Pony Club includes approximately 2,500 individual members, organized through 150 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 50,000 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