Regional Administration

This page is for the BCLM Regional Executive and administration.

Please see the Downloads page for regional administration forms.


COVID-19 Update - August 2021

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. 

BCLM 2021-2022 Calendar

The Google Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Register for 2019-2020! New Members Are Welcome!

We have a lot of fun in Pony Club!  Watch this short video to find out about some of the things we do:

What is Pony Club?

A new pony club year is beginning on September 1st and runs until August 31, 2020.  We are looking forward to seeing returning members again, and welcoming new members.  You do not need to own or lease a horse to be a member of pony club as we have lots of activities that do not involve horses.  We have 2 membership categories:  Youth who are from ages 6-25, and Horsemasters who are adults age 21 and over.   If you're over 21 and brand new to pony club, then you would register as a Horsemaster.

Download the Youth Membership form for ages 6-25 years of age:  2020_CPC_Branch_Membership_Form

Download the Horsemasters Membership form for adults age 21 and over:  20120_Horsemasters_Membership_Form

All Pony Club members must also have a current membership in Horse Council BC in order to participate in any Pony Club activities.  Proof of HCBC membership must accompany your Canadian Pony Club membership form.   New members purchasing HCBC membership for the first time will need coverage for the period September 1, 2019 - December 31, 2020.  Visit to purchase the Horse Council BC membership.

Branches are located throughout the Lower Mainland.  Please refer to the map below to find a branch near you, and click on the green horse and rider for branch information.  Members may join any branch in the region.  We encourage members to find a branch that is the best fit for their situation and needs.