December 4, 2018 25K in 25 Days Challenge Met

WE DID IT!  Thank you to all who helped us reach our goal during our 25 Days to 25K Challenge Campaign.  Together we were able to exceed our goal in only 16 days, raising over $32,000. Working in true Pony Club spirit, we met the Challenge and made it happen even sooner than planned!  

This is great news because we are now that much closer to our 2018 Annual Fund goal of $188K.  We have through December 31st to raise the remaining $47,000. Let’s blow the roof off this goal too.    

USPC provides top quality educational programs, while keeping dues low for our members. National participating membership dues only cover 40% of the total cost involved in providing programming for each member. The remaining 60% comes from other sources. Pony Club programs and activities are supported through the fundraising efforts of the National Office and the generosity of its members, friends and volunteers. 

Any gift, no matter the size, makes a difference - make your gift today.

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November 21, 2018 Shop Pony Club Holiday Deadlines

Are you considering Christmas gifts from Shop Pony Club? Get your orders done early to guarantee getting your fabulous items before Christmas. Stop and shop early. November 30th is the last day to order embroidered items to get them in time for Christmas! December 14th is the last day to order all other items to receive in time for Christmas!


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October 29, 2018 Research Project Fair Accepting Applications

Experimental projects and literature reviews can be about any topic related to horses and/or Pony Club. The Project Fair is open to Pony Club members of all ages and certification level. Projects may be done individually or in Groups. Entry Form, Abstract and Project Approval Form due January 4, 2019.   

Access the Details and Entry Form.

Have you ever wondered why horses behave a certain way? Are you curious about how different approaches to horse care might affect your horse’s health or performance? Do you have questions about how or why certain horse management practices are preferred over others? Are you interested in developing a strategy to learn more about your horse? If you answered “YES!” to any of these questions, then the Pony Club Research Project Fair is for YOU!!

1. Develop a Project Idea and determine whether you want to do a LITERATURE REVIEW or an EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT and whether you will complete the project by yourself or as part of a group
2. Complete the Entry Form
3. Complete the Project Approval Form (Experimental Projects only)
4. Write a short summary or abstract about your project (be sure to proofread!)
5. Submit your Entry Form, Abstract, and Project Approval Form (when applicable) to the Research Project Fair Coordinator by January 4, 2019!

QUESTIONS? Ask the Research Project Fair Coordinator: Yvette Seger.

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October 15, 2018 NEW - Body Protection Requirement

Beginning January 1, 2019, USPC REQUIRES body protection to be worn whenever a member is jumping cross country/solid obstacles (Policy 0800.E).

A recent study by Andres et al. found a statistically significant decrease in the number of injuries reported when a member was wearing a safety vest for cross country compared to riders that did not. There was also a trend towards a rider having a lower incident severity level if they were wearing a vest at the time of the incident. The study found that wearing body protection during cross country reduced the relative risk of injury by 56%.

This study lead to the creation of the USPC Policy 0800.E, which states that wearing a properly fitted (per manufacturer’s guidelines) equestrian body protector is required when jumping cross-country/solid obstacles during any activity sponsored by the USPC, its Regions, Registered Clubs or Riding Center Programs. Prior to the implementation of this policy, body protection was only strongly recommended for cross country jumping.

Additionally, since not all vests are certified, USPC recommends wearing a body protector that is ASTM-certified (if manufactured in the US) or certified to BETA Level 3 (if manufactured in Great Britain).

Information regarding vest fit and certifications are available on the Safety page,  as well as the 2019 versions of the USPC Safety Booklet and the Horse Management Handbook (available January 2019).

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October 5, 2018 Games & Inter-Pacific Int'l Exchange Applications Being Accepted

Interested in traveling and meeting Pony Club members from different countries?  Applications are currently being accepted for Team Members, Coach and Manager for the 2019 Mounted Games International Exchange (hosted by United States, July 25-August 9) and Inter-Pacific Exchanges (hosted by Hong Kong, Jun 30 - July 13).

Mounted Games application deadline is December 1.  Learn more.
Inter-Pacific Exchange application deadline is December 1. Learn more.

International Exchanges affords each participant a new cultural, educational experience, often with a competitive team endeavor.  Members travel with their team and stay with a host family in the country where they are competing. Each team will travel with a Coach and Team Manager selected by USPC. The Coach and Team Manager will be responsible to the safety and sportsmanship of all members while on the exchange. Exchanges are offered in Games, Tetrathlon, Inter-Pacific, Foxhunting, Polocrosse, and Quiz. Each exchange has its own age and certification requirements. Members who meet the criteria for the requirements are encouraged to apply.

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October 1, 2018 2019 Equine Symposium & Convention Registration Now Open

Registration for the 2019 Equine Symposium & Convention from January 30 - February 3, 2019 at the Hilton Stamford Hotel in Stamford, CT is not open. Get the best deals with early registration which ends November 15. 

There is something for everyone at the 2019 Equine Symposium and Convention. Activities include: a wide range of workshops such as: "Staying Healthy in Tick Country: Awareness and Prevention of Tick-Borne Diseases", "Your Guide to the HB Papers", "Turning Setbacks into Comebacks", and "How to Get there? Qualifying for Championships 2019", anatomy room, trade fair, Saturday Night Banquet, and more.

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September 5, 2018 2019 Equine Symposium & Convention Early Registration will begin October 1st

Mark your calendars for the 2019 Equine Symposium & Convention from January 30 - February 3, 2019 at the Hilton Stamford Hotel in Stamford, CT. Get the best deals with early registration starting on October 1st, 2018. There is something for everyone at the 2019 Equine Symposium and Convention. Activities include: a wide range of workshops such as: "Staying Healthy in Tick Country: Awareness and Prevention of Tick-Borne Diseases", "Your Guide to the HB Papers", "Turning Setbacks into Comebacks", and "How to Get there? Qualifying for Championships 2019", anatomy room, trade fair, Saturday Night Banquet, and more.

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August 31, 2018 National Youth Board Application Deadline October 1st

Are you ready to contribute on national level? The NYB application is now an online submission application!

The DEADLINE for the application submission AND receipt of the letter of recommendation is October 1.  Please visit the NYB page to access the link for application and begin your application today!

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August 24, 2018 D Manual Clarifications and Corrections

Please check out this link and read over the clarifications and corrections that have been made to the D Manual of Horsemanship. Look under the heading Pony Club Resources once you click here.

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August 20, 2018 Brookfield Conservation Award Deadline Nov 1st

The Brookfield Conservation Award rewards efforts for the promotion of land conservation through member, club or regional dedication and hard work. Applicants may be a club, region, or individual, and up to two $500 awards may be given yearly. The deadline for submissions is November 1st.  Learn more

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July 5, 2018 Spring Course Walk Now Available

The USPC Board of Governors met at the Pony Club National Office Headquarters in Lexington, KY May 20-21, 2017.

The Spring Course Walk highlights decisions and discussions that occurred during the Board Meeting.

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June 11, 2018 It's Rally Season

This time of year our members are out participating in rallies, clinics, and even championships. There are certain items that members are required to wear and use at those events. Shop Pony Club has all of your rally and championships materials. Stock up on member pins (tie tack or safety back), medical armbands, manuals, and rulebooks to help you in your quest for that top placing!

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June 4, 2018 The Hawks Nest Fund Scholarships for H-HM/H/H-A Certifications

Through the generous support of the Hawks Nest Fund at the New York Community Trust, Pony Club is pleased to be able to offer a limited number of scholarships for members who are 16 – 18 years of age, and who pass a certification of H-HM/H/H-A prior to December 31, 2018.

The scholarships of $150 each will be awarded to 2018 first-time candidates upon passing of all sections of the test, followed by successful re-test candidates until the funds are depleted. To apply for one of these limited scholarships you will need to complete the necessary test application and send an email to: Macee Matott at requesting that your name be submitted for a Hawk’s Nest Fund Scholarship. As certifications are successfully completed, the $150 scholarship will be refunded to the individual, until all scholarship money has been awarded.

Requirements to be eligible for a Hawk’s Nest Fund Scholarship:
Must be 16 - 18 years of age as of December 31st, 2018
Must pass all sections of an H-HM/H/H-A certification prior to December 31st, 2018.
First-time passing candidates will be considered first, followed by re-test candidates who have successfully passed all sections by December 31st, 2018.  

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May 25, 2018 Competing this summer? USPC will recognize your successes!

Did you know that USPC offers awards for participation in Pony Club rallies and other recognized competitions? Each fall, the National Office processes certificates for all members who have submitted a completed application, recognizing their participation in both Dressage and Eventing. Find out more information about the Dressage Recognition Awards and Eventing Recognition Awards. Questions? Contact Erin Woodall, Activities and Events Director, or Erin Roland, Activities and Events Coordinator.

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May 15, 2018 Championships Registration Now Open

Championships registration is now open. All registrations are submitted by the Region for competitors. Please contact your Regional Supervisor (RS) to review paperwork and payment deadlines for the entry process. Further detail of the entry process for championships is located online in each guidebook. Make sure the guidebook corresponds to the event you are attending. The guidebooks are located on the USPC website. 

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May 10, 2018 USPC Founders Award Nominations due July 1st

Each year the Advisory Committee selects and presents to the USPC Board of Governors a nominee(s) to receive this prestigious award (Founders Award). Nominees must be living and have volunteered for USPC for a period of 20 years or more with the majority of the service at the national level, such as a member of a Pony Club National Committee or on the Board of Governors. In addition, the person should also have made significant contributions at the local and/or regional level. Nominations are due July 1, and the award is presented at the Convention during the Saturday Night Banquet.

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March 1, 2018 Course Walk Available from USPC January Board of Governors Meeting

The USPC Board of Governors met January 26th and 28th at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY during the 2018 Equine Symposium and Convention hosted by USPC. 

The Course Walk highlights decisions and discussions that occurred during the Board Meeting.

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February 26, 2018 2018 Horse Management Handbook Revision

There is only ONE REVISION in the 2018 Horse Management Handbook. You can download the new page and insert into your 2017 version or purchase a complete 2018 version at

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February 8, 2018 Interested in Attending Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event?

Once again, Equestrian Events Inc. has graciously offered 2 sets of four-day admission passes to the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, for each of the USPC Regions.

To take advantage of this offer, the RS of any interested regions should me, by March 15th.  Note: these general admission tickets do not include grandstand seating for Dressage or Stadium, which can be purchased at As this is a lovely benefit to our Pony Club Members, we will be requesting that each person who receives tickets send a personal thank you note to EEI for their generosity to Pony Club. Specific instructions on how and where to send thank you notes will be included when the tickets are mailed.

Media Internship
Do you dream of a career in Equine Media?  Ever wondered what it would be like to attend the Land Rover Kentucky Press Conference at the end of each Competition Day?  Now is your chance!  USPC is currently accepting essays, from members 15-20 years of age, certified a C-2 or above for this unique opportunity.  Two lucky Pony Club members will be selected from the submissions to attend a Press Conference and get an exclusive tour of the Rolex Kentucky Media Center with Pony Club Alumni Ann Haller.   

Essay Requirements

At the end of the day, only one person gets to be recognized as the “Winner” of Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.  As equestrians, we all know that it takes a community to support and help that person reach their goals.  Please discuss the “village” that it takes for riders to reach those goals. 
500 Words or less, to be emailed to by Monday, April 16th, by 5pm Eastern Time.  Must already be planning to attend the event. (No admission passes or travel expenses included)

Prince Philip Cup Games
2017 will mark the 17th consecutive year the Prince Philip Cup has been hosted during the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. The event features the top four Junior teams from the 2016 Games Championships. On Friday, there will be a Celebrity Challenge Round, which includes Event competitors and, well-known Pony Club graduates who join the teams for a few rounds. The tentative competition schedule is:

Friday, April 27
12:30 p.m. Celebrity Challenge Round, Walnut Ring
1:00 p.m. Prince Philip Cup Games Round 1, Walnut Ring

Saturday, April 28
8:30 a.m. Prince Philip Cup Games Round 2, followed by Awards, Rolex Stadium

Sunday, April 29
11:30 a.m. Presentation of Awards, Rolex Stadium  

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February 7, 2018 Pony Club Classifieds - Sell it Here!

Pony, horse, tack, real estate - you name it, you can sell it! Pony Club classifieds offers a great place to market your items to fellow horsemen across the country.

Pony Club Classified online ads is the perfect place to sell those items.  Visit our website HERE to get started.

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January 18, 2018 Pony Club Table Top Display Rental Available

Planning to promote your club, center or region? 

Hosting a Pony Club open house or attending an equine event in your area?  Your club, center and/or region can rent the USPC Table Top Display for any event.  The rental includes one 6-panel display, one 3-panel display, table cloth, round-trip shipping and printed promotional material for $50.  Fill out the rental form today to reserve your space. 


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January 8, 2018 Visiting Instruction Program Application Deadline February 28th

The Visiting Instructor Program (VIP) is an opportunity for older Upper Level members to travel to clubs, centers, and regions across the nation to share their knowledge and hone their teaching skills.

Applications to become a Visiting Instructor (VI) and to have a VI come teach are accepted throughout the year for dates through out the year. However, to facilitate the high demand during the summer, a deadline of February 28 has been established.

Learn more here & Application can be found here.

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December 15, 2017 Proposed By-Law Change

During the January 26-28, 2018 USPC Board Meeting at the Equine Symposium and Convention, the Governors will consider proposed amendments to the By-Laws of The United States Pony Clubs, Inc.

Review proposed amendments.

Any comments on the proposed changes must be submitted in writing and may be submitted by email.  All comments must be received by January 15, 2018.


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December 15, 2017 Course Walk Available from USPC October Board of Governors Meeting

The USPC Board of Governors met October 28th and 29th in Lexington, KY at the USPC National Office. 

The Course Walk highlights decisions and discussions that occurred during the Board Meeting.

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November 30, 2017 25 Spaces Left for the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program

New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program is halfway to its goal of rehoming 50 retiring racehorses with United States Pony Clubs members.

Adopters of Challenge horses receive a free horse, an $1,800 stipend and the ability to compete against other Challenge members for $10,000 in cash and prizes at Pony Club Championships East in 2018 in Tryon, North Carolina.

Competitors can ride in one of six disciplines: dressage, eventing, games, polocrosse, showjumping or western. The stipend has no restrictions; it can be used for veterinary expenses, training, transportation, entry fees or anything else pertaining to the care of the Challenge horse. Once the Challenge is completed, adopters of Challenge horses are able to keep, sell or lease their horses. It is hoped that this innovative program will allow New Vocations to place even more retiring racehorses into caring, qualified homes each year.

For more information or to apply, please click here.

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November 14, 2017 Register Now for the 2018 Equine Symposium & Convention

The 2018 Equine Symposium and Convention, hosted by The United States Pony Clubs held in the Midsouth Region,  January 24th – 28th at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY. This Symposium brings together 1,000+ Pony Club members, volunteers, leaders and families from across the country. The weekend is filled with workshops, educational activities, along with a Research Project Fair designed for all levels and ages of Pony Club members,
and a fun Saturday banquet with Keynote Speaker Rosie Napravnik, Thoroughbred jockey, trainer and former Pony Club member.  Register here now. 

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October 4, 2017 It's Time for National Youth Congress Nominations

Club/Center and Regional Leaders-Please NOMINATE a qualified individual for the National Youth Congress (NYC).

Nominees must be 18-21 years old as of January 1, 2018 and must have obtained a National Certification. Nominations are due by November 15th, 2017. A delegate and one alternate may be nominated. This year is very special; it is NYC’s 20th anniversary year. For more information, please visit the National Youth Congress page for more nomination details.  Here is the nomination form

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September 7, 2017 Tune in for Tutoring Tuesdays

Missed the last Tutoring Tuesday?  Watch the recorded webinar with Merck Animal Health's Dr. Bryant Craig about Mare Care and the usage of Regu-Mate (altrenogest) here.  

About the Presenter  - Dr. Bryant Craig, D.V.M.

Dr. Bryant Craig has cared for some of the Quarter Horse racing industry’s top horses during his veterinary career. Prior to joining Merck Animal Health, Craig owned and operated a private equine veterinary practice for six years in central Oklahoma, before joining the Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie as a resident veterinarian in 2005.

At Lazy E Ranch, Dr. Craig oversaw an average of 1,000 breedings per year including 400 embryo transfers, foaled out 300 mares, and cared for some of the Quarter Horse racing industry’s premier stallions including all-time leading living sire Corona Cartel. In addition to the ranch’s reproductive services, Craig also oversaw the health, fitness, and nutrition program for the ranch’s sales horse operation.
Dr. Craig received his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University. He joined the Merck Animal Health equine veterinary technical services team in 2013. His areas of interest include reproduction, sports medicine and lameness, herd health, and infection disease, preventative care, and vaccinology.

Dr. Craig also has recent research publications titled:
• “Prevalence factors associated with equine herpesvirus type 1 infection in equids with upper respiratory tract infection and/or onset of neurological signs from 2008-2014” (Vet Rec 2015)
• “Voluntary Surveillance Program for Equine Influenza Virus in the United States from 2010 to 2013” (J Vet Intern Med 2015).
Outside of his equine interests, Dr. Craig enjoys family ski vacations, fishing with his sons, and endurance biking with his wife.

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September 1, 2017 2018 International Mounted Games Exchange Applications Due October 1st

USPC is currently accepting applications for the 2018 International Mounted Games Exchange to Great Britain.

Applications for the exchange are available on the USPC Current International Exchanges webpage. Further details about the dates and locations will be shared once the invitation is received from Great Britain. The deadline for receipt of applications is October 1st, 2017, with November 1st being the target to announce team selection. Applications received after October 1st, may not be accepted.

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August 14, 2017 National Youth Congress Accepting Applications

USPC is accepting nominations for the 2018 National Youth Congress.

Members must be 18-21 years old as of January 1, 2018 and have obtained a national certification. Nominations are due by November 15th, 2017. For more information, please visit the National Youth Congress page

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August 10, 2017 Vote Now! 2017 USPC Discipline Challenge

Join in the fun by making your donation online and indicate your discipline of choice in the “additional gift information” field.

You can also mail your donation to USPC, 4041 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511 and include your “vote”. The totals raised for each discipline will be added to the overall totals on the Discipline Challenge Leader Board. The Discipline Challenge will continue through September 1st so there is still time to show your support.

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June 26, 2017 Spring Course Walk Now Available

The USPC Board of Governors met at the Pony Club National Office Headquarters in Lexington, KY May 20-21, 2017. 

The Spring Course Walk highlights decisions and discussions that occurred during the Board Meeting.

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June 13, 2017 Tune in for Tutoring Tuesdays

Don't forget to join Pony Club Tuesday Evenings June 20th & 27th at 8pm EDT. 

June 20th - The Ins-and-Outs of The New Vocations Pony Club Challenge.  Register for the webinar here
June 27th - Mounted Games 101: Starting Games in Your Region and Club.  Register for the webinar here

If you can't make the webinar, but want to learn about either topic, you can view past webinars online here

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June 7, 2017 New in 2017 - Pilot for Dressage Testing Center

A pilot for a Dressage Testing Center, allowing the opportunity to test to a C-3, B, or A level Dressage Certification using a borrowed horse.Scheduled for Labor Day Weekend - September 1-4, 2017, in Bauxite, Arkansas.

Are you interested in pursuing the Dressage National Level Certification (C-3, B, A) but lacking a suitable horse? Or perhaps are too far in distance from a regularly scheduled certification, or lacking transport, or have a horse who is a difficult traveler? Are you a college student riding on an Intercollegiate Dressage Association team but lacking a horse during the summer testing season? Then this test is for you.

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June 1, 2017 Combined Traditional Test Sheets Available

For members who wish to test their HM, Riding on the Flat and Riding Over Fences on the same day we have a new Combined Traditional (Eventing) Test Sheet for the D-2 and D-3 levels.

This combined test sheet will make it easier on the Examiner especially when they are testing more than one individual at a time. Signatures are required after each phase (HM, Flat and Jumping).


The single-phase test sheets are still available for those who want to split up their certifications over time.  

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May 30, 2017 Pony Club Classifieds

Looking to sell your horse or tack?

A pony, horse, tack, real estate - you name it, you can sell it! Pony Club classifieds offers a great place to market your items to fellow horsemen across the country.

Pony Club Classified online ads is the perfect place to sell those items.  Visit our website HERE to get started.

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May 25, 2017 Tutoring Tuesday Webinars

Welcome to the Pony Club Tutoring Tuesday Webinar series. USPC Webinars are typically scheduled on Tuesday nights at 8pm Eastern Time.

Webinars are open to everyone. They can be watched live when they are presented, or later at a time most convenient to you. They can be viewed on a computer or on most mobile devices. USPC webinars run for around one hour and questions can be asked on the topics via the questions field.

May 30th, 8pm EDT - Your Old Kentucky Home - Festival Education Opportunities! sign up here.

Your Old Kentucky Home - Tips and Tricks for Setting Up Your Stabling Area at Festival! View Webinar here.
emystifying the Lesson Plan - View Webinar here


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May 11, 2017 Festival Registration is Now Open

Registration for the USPC Festival 2017 is now open! 

Education registration can be found here.  
Championship information can be found here
Guidebook can be found here
Get all the general information on the Festival 2017 page of the website here

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April 19, 2017 Important Announcement: All H-B Candidates

Due to discrepancies between the Standards of Proficiency, Test Sheet, and the current 2016 H-B cards, the decision has been made to pull out card #514 from the stack. Do NOT destroy it as it will come back into play when the Standards are revised in 2019.

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April 17, 2017 Proposed By-Law Change

During the May 20 - 21, 2017, USPC  Board Meeting, the Governors will consider proposed amendments to the By-Laws of the The United States Pony Clubs, Inc.

Review proposed amendments.

Any comments on the proposed changes must be submitted in writing and may be submitted by email.  All comments must be received by May 17, 2017.

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April 13, 2017 Foxhunting Writing Contest - Deadline May 1st

The annual Hildegard Neill Ritchie Writing contest is open to all D- or C-certified Pony Club members.

The winning submission will receive a $200 cash prize to be spent on Foxhunting dues, hunt capping fees, Pony Club camp, or anything related to these activities. Second Place: $100; Third Place $50. The winning entries will be published in Pony Club News and in The Chronicle of the Horse.

The contest award is from a memorial fund established by friends of Mrs. Ritchie, who was a long-time Pony Club supporter and volunteer. She founded the Colorado Springs Pony Club in 1958 and was its District Commissioner for 30 years. She was Regional Supervisor of the Colorado (now Rocky Mountain) region for 12 years and hosted regional Pony Club camps on her ranch for 20 plus years. She served several terms as a USPC Governor and received the USPC Founders Award in 1989.

Eligibility: Open to all D and C Pony Club members in good standing, whether they have hunted or not. Previous first-place winners are not eligible for participation for two years after winning.

Objective: To encourage writing skills and imagination and to improve basic knowledge of horsemanship and foxhunting skills.

Subject: Any aspect of Foxhunting.

Entries: Short stories, poems, songs or essays. The maximum length is two double-spaced, typewritten pages, 8-1/2 x 11. Entries may be submitted electronically or hard copy. Please e-mail entries or mail hard copy entries to Foxhunting Committee, USPC 4041 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511. Please include name, address, phone number, age, rating, and brief biographical sketch. Also, all valid submissions must include a copy of the Submission Release Form. This release can be faxed, or scanned and e-mailed with your entry.

Judging: By individuals independent of Pony Club, but with knowledge of Foxhunting and writing.


For more information contact the Activities Director.

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April 5, 2017 Guidebook to Festival Now Available Online

Guidebook to Festival, the ultimate manual to all things Festival, is now available online.

Read Guidebook here.

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March 24, 2017 Be Part of the 2017 USPC Festival from the Comfort of Your Own Home

Submit your artwork for the Festival Features Cover Contest today. Festival Features is the USPC Festival Souvenir Program given to all attendees during the week-long celebration of Championships and Education in July at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Entries should meet the following criteria:

  • 8 ½” x 11” in size
  • Portrait Orientation
  • Use 2017 USPC Festival if including title of the event
  • Hardcopy and electronic entries accepted.

With each submission be sure to include:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Email
  • Age
  • Certification level
  • Club or Center
  • Region

Contest entry deadline is May 1, 2017.

Entries can be emailed to or mailed to Art Contest at USPC, 4041 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511.

The winning entry will not only appear on the cover of Festival Features, the submitter will also win a $200.00 gift certificate from

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March 24, 2017 Course Walk Available from the January Board Meeting

The USPC Board of Governors met at the 2017 Equine Symposium & Convention in Los Angeles, CA January 25th, 27th and 29th

The Course Walk highlights decisions and discussions that occurred during the Board Meeting.

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March 10, 2017 Looking for Reading Material? Check out Pony Club IQ

Pony Club IQ is a great educational tool that is for all members, leaders, and Tier 2 E-Members to have the ability to increase their Horse Management knowledge by reading articles created/hosted by TheHorse Magazine.

The articles are located according to our Standards for ease of use with current and relevant information. Look for the PONY IQ throughout the website but in order to have access you must be signed in.

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March 3, 2017 College Scholarship Application Deadline March 31st

USPC administers several scholarships each year that are available to current Pony Club members. Application deadline is March 31.

For more information, please see the list of scholarships available here

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February 22, 2017 Road to the 2017 Pony Finals

USPC will once again send a team of the top three or four pony/rider combinations to the U.S. Pony Jumper Finals.

Riders must be current members in good standing with USPC, have a minimum D-3 certification, and declare their intent to compete for USPC by March 15th. Riders must also be members of USEF and ponies must be recorded with USEF at the time of declaring their intent to compete for Pony Club.

In preparation for the competition we are starting on the “ROAD TO 2017 PONY FINALS” and we are calling all Pony Jumpers who want to come along for the “RIDE”. Any members interested in representing USPC at the 2017 Pony finals please contact Erin Woodall,, 859-559-0650 or Richard Lamb (Coach/Chef d’Equipe),, 828-817-1163. More information about the competition and the declaration are available here.

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February 16, 2017 Pony Club Members - Get 50% off FEI World Cup Omaha 2017 Tickets

Pony Club Members are being offered half-price, single session upper-bowl tickets at 50% off tickets to the FEI World Cup Omaha 2017 March 29-April 2.

Don't miss this chance to see the best horses and riders in the world.  Click here and use code: OMA17 for 50% off.

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February 9, 2017 Cold Weather in Your Area? Shop Pony Club has you covered!

Visit Shop Pony Club for items like a cute sweater will keep you warm, stylish and supporting Pony Club all winter long.

Charles River Apparel is known for quality and style. Inside the sweater is heathered fleece for added softness. Quarter zip style with lined collar for softness against face and neck.

Only in for a couple days and already a National Office Staff favorite!

Color is called Oatmeal Heather

Sizes include XSmall- XLarge. Sweater is form fitting and does run small.

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February 7, 2017 We Are Pony Club Premier

Did you miss the 2017 Convention?  The new promotional Pony Club video “We Are Pony Club” premiered to adoring fans. 

Now your club, center, and region can share the excitement too!  Check out our site or our YouTube video and share Pony Club with your community.

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