Hosted by the Pony Club WA State Coaching Panel
Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th February 2020
Kayinya Equestrian Park, Orange Grove WA
To register your attendance before close of entry, 31st January 2020, Register Here!
For further details about the Milne Feeds State Coaching School visit the most relevant link below:
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Pony Club WA is excited to announce 2 NEW Sport Leaderboards!
These new Sport Leaderboards will roll out in 2020 and will include Tetrathlon and Hickstead & Hunter Trials.
SAVE OUR DATES!
Visit www.ponyclubwa.asn.au/leaderboards/ to make sure you have our dates saved and maximise your 2020 points.
With special thanks to our Leaderboard supporters
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Congratulations to Rod Dowding for being crowned the 2019 PCA Volunteer of the Year.
Rod has been a strong leader, who drives unity and maintains the highest levels of integrity in his role of President at Horsemens Pony Club over the last 2 years.
As president he over sees the management of all rallies; drives the upkeep of the clubhouse, grounds and facilities and exemplifies Pony Club values.
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Pony Club WA clubs, coaches, volunteers and members are the backbone of the pony club movement in WA.
Help us celebrate their 2019 achievements by nominating someone for the 2019 Pony Club WA Annual Awards in one of the following categories:
Congratulations Nicola Lachenicht, Serpentine Horse and Pony Club, for being the first Associate Riding Member to gain their Preliminary Coaching Accreditation through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSCI) funded Youth Development Program.
This funded program has enabled Youth Leaders the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge and achieve their PC-NCAS Preliminary, Level 1 Coaching Accreditation or Gear Checker Accreditation through specialised mentoring and seminars at club and state level.
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Written by Skye McMullen
South Midlands Pony Club
In December 2019 I received the most exciting news, I was selected to represent Australia at the International Mounted Games Exchange in Denver Colorado. My wish to ride internationally and represent my country was going to come true.
On July the 22nd I hopped on a plane and headed to Melbourne Victoria for a three-day training camp where I met the team Coach, Tim Ling (Vic), Manager Karen Pearce (Tas) and my ...Continue Reading →
‘… Riders will now learn more about why horses behave as they do…’
Pony club in Australia is about to undergo one of the biggest changes in its 80 year history, with the introduction of a new syllabus which includes equine welfare and equitation science.
“We are proud to be at the forefront of such a big change,” Pony Club Australia CEO Dr Catherine Ainsworth said this week. “With more focus on both horse welfare ...Continue Reading →