BC Lower Mainland Region
Welcome to the British Columbia Lower Mainland Region of the Canadian Pony Club. We are a volunteer organization for young people up to the age of 25 who want to learn more about horses, riding, and horse care.
We have over 200 registered members who belong to twelve branches distributed between Chilliwack in the eastern Upper Fraser Valley to Vancouver in the west. Our youngest members are about 6 years of age and the majority of our membership are in the 8-15 year range.
For more detailed information about Pony Club, visit the Canadian Pony Club website. New members and everyone interested in joining Pony Club are advised to look at the Welcome material there.
The Canadian Pony Club website has more information about Rally.
This page contains information specific to the BCLM Rally competition and organizing committee.
2022 Rally: July 14-17 at Maple Ridge Equi-sports Centre
Come join us! BCLM Rally combines stable management and horsemanship with riding disciplines (dressage, cross country, show jumping) competition, and camping, in a fun-filled 4-day format.
Looking for more info? Check out the March 28th info session presentation below.
More resources, including equipment lists and entry forms, will be posted and shared as available.
Contact your branch Rally Rep for more information or to help answer any questions you may have.
Join the BCLM Regional Education Day to learn about cross country cool-out procedures.
Date: Saturday, May 7 at 1pm
Place: Evergreen Stables - 13852 Reichenbach Rd, Pitt Meadows, BC
Second to last Sunday of each month through the fall and winter 1:00 pm at Panorama Ridge Riding Club
There will be monthly regional education classes, second to last Sunday of the month through the fall/winter 1 pm at PRRC. This is aimed at D2-C1 levels but everyone is welcome and material will be tailored to those who come and as hands on as possible. Topics will be
With the lifting of many provincial restrictions around COVID-19, BCLM Pony Clubs have replaced the previous Safety Plan with the following recommendations:
- Daily symptom checks of all participants
- List of participants for contact tracing.
- Hand washing stations.
- Masks recommended for individuals not fully vaccinated, especially if indoors or unable to maintain social distancing (except on field of play).
- Social distancing where practicable.
- No limits on spectators (below 5000 people)
- No travel restrictions.
The Google Calendar for the most up-to-date information.
Lezah Williamson of Hazelmere Pony Club has posted a wealth of educational reference material on the Canadian Pony Club Education page.
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