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Depending on its makeup, King Pony Club members may shift the focus of activities from year to year. Recently, the area of focus has been the Prince Philip Games.  For this, we begin our practice sessions early in the year and compete in the late spring.  We do testing every year to allow the King Pony Club members to progress through and upgrade their levels and obtain badges through the CPC Badge Program. We do monthly meetings at our members' homes;  invite speakers like a veterinarian, an equine chiropractor or feed specialists to present and inform our learning; we also participate in practical clinics such as barrel racing and mounted games to improve our horsemanship skills. We try to make the Pony Club experience the best one it could be!

Over the years, some of our members have competed in both Regional and National Pony Club competitions, have successfully tried their skills on the Trillium and "A" circuits, and a few have even grown up to serve the equestrian industry as staff members at both the national and provincial equestrian sports organizations.

Our branch colours are Black, Gold and White!

HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST YEARS 

2016 HIGHLIGHTS

This was a busy and fun-filled year - we competed successfully in the Prince Philip Games and many of our members upgraded their rider levels through testing.

(There is more information to follow, as we are presently updating this website.)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS

The King Pony Club continued to focus on the education and stable management components of Pony Club, as well as contined to keep up our fantastic results in a multitude of disciplines.

 

2010 HIGHLIGHTS

We had a great 2010 season. Members in 2010 tested to update their rider levels, plus:

 

 

2009 HIGHLIGHTS

After a brief hiatus in 2008, KPC returned stronger than ever in April 2009 with 15 members, with the support of a dedicated core of parent volunteers. We tested 8 of those riders right away, and attended a show jumping qualifier and finals. Two of members received year-end show jumping placing within the top twelve spots.

Three King riders participated in D Rally in 2009 and they came 2nd (Rebecca Gissing), 3rd (Kaitlyn Henderson) and 4th (Jennifer Hill)! What a great day.

Our 2009 Youth Representative Sarah Cowie graduated Pony Club in style, demonstrating true KPC spirit while riding alongside Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on her longtime partner Majestic General, also known as Dexter, in the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Opening Ceremonies.

 

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Riley getting a Bath