Why not become a member of the Kingston Maurward Pony Club…?

Kingston Maurward Equestrian Centre is a centre for the Pony Club. Designed for children without their own ponies. (Ponies can be hired at Kingston Maurward Equestrian Centre.)

We run our Pony Club every Saturday.

Junior member session: 2pm – 3.30pm.

Senior member session: 3.30pm – 5pm.

The cost of each session is £16. The sessions consist of practical stable management / care activities and classroom-based theory work. We work towards a variety of different badges and tests.

Who can join?

Any young clients who wish to increase their knowledge of horsemanship and Stable Management.

How much will it cost?

There is an annual fee of £29 and forms can be collected from the Manor Stables office or download from the Pony Club website.

What do I get for my money?

A Membership Pack and badge

The quarterly Pony Club Magazine

Members are entitled to take part in all the Pony Club activities organised by Kingston Maurward Equestrian Centre.

Such as:
Achievement Badges, Riding & Road Safety Training, Activity Days, Annual Pony Club Camp, Competitions. Bronze, Silver and Gold Progressive Tests.

(There are separate charges for these days. See the Pony Club calendar page for the cost of each event).

 

 

Pony Club Membership Form
Please note: we will require Kingston Maurward College Equestrian Centre Pony Club membership numbers with bookings.

Pony Club members are welcome to spend the day at the yard (from 10am) and with the cost of a full day is £21. Please ensure that your child is a member of the official Pony Club Organisation.

The Pony Club is an international voluntary youth organisation for young people interested in ponies and riding. Founded in England in 1929, and granted independent charitable status on 1st January 1997, there are around 345 Branches and 600 Centres in the UK alone. The Pony Club has been the starting point for a large majority of equestrian team members and medal winners.

The Pony Club is represented in no less than 27 countries with a worldwide membership exceeding 110,000 making it the largest association of young riders in the world.