Friday 4rd October saw Chlow Lemieux and the gorgeoust mare Coco Bongo produce a foot perfect round to take the National Pony Society/Snuggy Hoods Working Hunter Pony of the Year title, a win that would set them on their journey to eventually claim the Supreme Pony of the Year title in Sunday’s final performance. Friday also produced some great competition in the showjumping arena with Wiltshire-based Toby Fry and Zucan V taking the Leading Pony Showhumper of the Year title, while another young rider, 20-year-old Georgia Tame partnered Quintella to take the £10,000 prize in the NAEC Stoneleigh Stakes.
Buying a horse is a serious decision, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The process to find the perfect horse should take time and care on the buyer’s part. Not only can horses be expensive, they also require quite a lot of money to keep. Between feeding, stabling and training them, a horse is quite an investment, and thus, one that should be analysed carefully. Read more
On Friday 3rd November a Pony Club Centre in Brecon, Powys, welcomed HRH The Princess Royal who watched teams of young Members take part in a Horse and Pony Care competition before presenting the winners with their prizes.
The Pony Club Seeks Out the Young Artistic Talent of Tomorrow.
Following a successful inaugural year in 2013, The Pony Club has once again teamed up in 2014 with the Society of Equestrian Artists (SEA) to run an Art Competition that uncovers young equestrian artistic talent. Read more