Trent Park Equestrian Centre is an approved Pony Club membership centre!
What is the Pony Club?
The pony club is an international youth organisation for all young people under the age of 25 who are interested in horse riding and horse care. The Pony Club is represented in 27 countries worldwide and has more than 110,000 members.
The aims of The Pony Club are:
- To encourage young people to ride and to learn to enjoy all kinds of sport
connected with ponies and riding.
- To give instruction in riding and horse mastership and to educate Members to
look after and to take proper care of animals.
- To promote the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship, and loyalty to
create strength of character and self-discipline.
What does Pony Club membership involve?
Launched in 1998, the centre membership scheme allows young people at riding schools to join the Pony Club. The scheme allows young people who do not have their own ponies to take part in all the Pony Club has to offer, including working towards the various badges and Pony Club tests.
What is involved?
- Friday evening club nights (once a month) 5.30pm-8.30pm
- School Holiday activities and events
- Pony Club test training courses for all levels Saturday afternoon
3.00pm-5.00pm / Sunday morning 9.00am-11.00am
- Tests and achievement badges
- Clinics, competitions, rallies, and camps
- Variety of riding and stable management activities
Who can join the club?
Young people between aged 6-25 years old who are walking and trotting independently.
£53 annual membership fee
£47.50 per club night
£350 test training courses