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Anyone interested in becoming a Pony Club member may join a local club or center in their area.

When you contact the club(s) and/or center(s) in your area be sure to ask them the following questions to aid you in your decision to join!

  • What are the fees involved?
  • What activities are offered?
  • When and where does the club/center meet?
  • What are the expectations for member and parents?

If you would like more general information on Pony Club, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions about joining Pony Club.

Individuals interested in starting a club or center may request a brochure and information from the National Office. Learn more about starting a club or center and request the brochure.

For Clubs: Please be mindful that the information displayed is for where the club leader lives, which may not necessarily be where the club meets. Be sure to contact all the clubs in your area to find out where they meet.

For Centers: The information displayed is for the location of the facility where the center meets.

About Pony Club Regions

USPC is geographically divided into 42 regions. All Local Pony Clubs and Riding Centers are assigned to one of these regions, which are administered by a volunteer Regional Supervisor (RS) and other appointed and elected officers. Regions offer activities and opportunities for the members in their area and support for the club and center leaders under their administration.

View a map of the Pony Club regions.

When you bring up the information on a club or center from the map, the name of the region is a link to the region's website. Click on the link to learn more about the region and the activities it offers to their members and for contact information for regional leaders.