Pony Club believes that our Alumni are our greatest achievement, and our investment toward assuring a strong, vibrant equestrian culture in the future.
Pony Club Alumni can be found all over the world, in show rings, veterinary practices, boardrooms and classrooms, gracing Olympic podiums or shoeing horses in your neighborhood barn. They are coaches, teachers, executives, law officers, parents and citizens just like you.
They are the people who are making a difference by giving back to their communities through the same volunteerism that was part of their formative journey. But they all share a common experience and that is the lifelong connection to the Pony Club family.
With clubs operating in 27 countries around the globe, Pony Club Alumni have friends and peers wherever they go. Many lifelong friendships have had their roots in the shared journey that is Pony Club.
Haunted Lakes Pony Club, Alberta Central
Represented ABC in Quiz in Victoria, Prairie Zones in dressage and rally captain....region novince 3'3' champion, competed at Spruce Meadows at the Western Canadian Show Jumping Pony Club Championships in novice.
Beaver River Pony Club
Loading up the trailer and heading to the regionals in Red Deer, Alberta was such an amazing experience! I can't believe how much I learned from Pony Club. I learned such valuable lessons on not just riding but the importance of husbandry too!! I still keep my Pony Club badge and my BRPC special event saddlepad as souvenirs. :-)
Land O' Lakes
have not ridden for years and years, but would like to become involved in some aspect of pony club again.
I loved Pony Club - I had fun, learned lots, and I made many friends. I competed at the National level in quiz many times, and represented my region at dressage and show jumping competitions at the then called "Pacific Zones". Pony Club gave me my foundation in horsemanship, and am proud to tell everyone that I graduated through the Pony Club program! Thankyou to my instructors - Anita Orton & Lynne Larsen - and to all the parents and volunteers who have worked so hard to make the Canadian Pony Club a great organization for its members.
Lake of Two Mountains
I loved Pony Club and made so many friends there in Hudson that I am still in touch with today. Before the days of video games and the internet, spending summers with my horse loving friends was wonderful. Pony Club gave us a really good grounding in all things horse and we learned how to do things ourselves the right way. We were taught to be horsemen and women, not just riders.
Avon & Annapolis
I was very proud to represent my region at National Rallies. I attended the National Rally in BC,NS and in Ontario. Rally was the most important event of the year and a wonderful learning experience. Along with attending Rallies in Canada, my friend Anne & I attended the USPC National Rally one year. I have many memories of Pony Club and when my own family came along I was very pleased that they too were interested in horses and all of us were involved in the Nova Scotia Pony Club.This time I was involved on the parent/organizer side. A different learning experience but equally valuable.
Avon Pony Club
Pony Club was a great expereince and I made many friends. Was lucky enough to participate on National PPG teams as a player and years later, as a National and International PPG coach. My son Robert was also an Avon Pony Club member and enjoyed his ponies very much. Happy Anniversary to a very worthwhile organization!!
Pony Club provided me with life long friendships, the opportunity to coach PPG at an International level and the desire to pass along my knowledge to the next generation of Pony Clubbers. Congratulations Canadian Pony Club on your anniversary milestone!.
Loved Pony Club. Many great memories