As Rolex quickly approaches, so does the fifth year of the annual Pony Club Pin Promise initiative. This project was created by the hardworking members of the USPC National Youth Board, and it serves to...» Read More!
I recently passed my United States Pony Club ‘B’ certification in early August which definitely required a lot of time, energy, and work, but was worth it in the end! Reflecting on my experience, I...» Read More!
Lion Country Pony Club, located in State College, PA, hosts an amazing and very educational summer camp every year! This year, LCPC was lucky enough to have TWO Rolex (and former Pony Clubbers!) riders Allie...» Read More!
First off, how cool would it be to go riding in Hawaii? I’ve done it once before, a little scenic beach tour in Kauai when I was pre-teen. I thought I was the bee’s knees...» Read More!
Attention, four-star riders: If you want to win “Best Turned Out” at Rolex next year, we’ve got your girl. Her name is Marina O’Toole and there is reason to believe that she is to the...» Read More!
Everyone got their start in eventing somewhere, but more than half of all the competitors at Rolex this year got their start in Pony Club. Across the globe, from Australia, Great Britain to the United...» Read More!
Each trip to Aiken brings a resurgence of community, and a reminder of how fortunate I am to have the opportunity to experience something I love every day. One of the many aspects that I...» Read More!
I’m still trying to figure out if my pony club members are exceptional, or if I just see them that way. A year ago I stood up at the USEA Meeting in defense of my...» Read More!
Hey Eventing Nation! Although I had good intentions of blogging every day I am here at the Kentucky Horse Park for the U.S. Pony Clubs Festival Championships, competing as a Pony Club member has really kicked...» Read More!
If you put two Pony Club graduates in a crowded room together, they’ll recognize one another immediately. Not because they’ve necessarily met before — maybe they have, maybe they haven’t — but because, like Vietnam...» Read More!
It’s a long way from California to the Kentucky Horse Park. From Goldspirit Farm in Los Angeles, where 15-year-old Rebekah Bond boards her horse, it’s 2,169 miles exactly — a 31-hour haul. But Rebekah, along...» Read More!
If you were at the United States Eventing Association’s annual meeting last December, and you attended the “town hall” meeting on the future of eventing — which, admittedly, most of you neither were nor did...» Read More!
When I sat down to write my first story for EN’s new blogging feature, I felt a little bit under-qualified to write for an experienced audience. What I could write about and offer the eventing-blogging...» Read More!
Happy St Patrick’s Day, EN! I hope your weekend was as much fun as mine was. Part of my weekend was spent helping out at an “Everything But The Horse” Pony Club Rally. It was...» Read More!
Mounted Games is one of those equine activities I always think would have been a great experience as a kid. Sure, I played games on horseback with my buddies in the pastures. Mounted Games competitors,...» Read More!