Quad Cities is a local branch of the United States Pony Club, the largest equestrian educational organization in the world.  This is where it all begins! The cornerstones of our foundation are education, safety, sportsmanship, stewardship and FUN. Members learn riding and the care of horses through mounted sports. The skills, habits and values instilled through horsemanship will apply to every part of a member’s life.

Participating members have access to the Pony Club online community, sponsor discounts, educational standards and achievements, a Pony Club Pin, and the chance to participate in activities such as lessons and certifications, rallies and competitions, Championships and Pony Club Festival. A host of additional programs such as international exchanges, USEF Pony Finals, Dressage for Kids, National Youth Board, National Youth Congress, scholarships, and the Visiting Instructors Program are available to members who develop and progress through Pony Club. Many of our graduates feel that Pony Club helped shape their character and the choices they have made as adults.

For more information on the United States Pony Club organization, check out their website, ponyclub.org.

Portion of Quad Cities Pony Club at North Central Prairie Region's Show Jump Rally, June 2016


Fun Show!

Quad Cities Pony Club will be hosting a Fun Show on April 1st.  Registration is due by March 25th.  All riders are welcome.  Registration is required for combined tests, dressage-only, and stadium jumping only.  Trail classes do not require registration.  See flier for show details:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwvgbgcfkg4YOXRfd05MWm5NS1k/view?usp=sharing

 

Other upcoming events:

Unmounted Meeting:  April 3rd at 5:30 at North Ridge Community Church.  Topic: Conditioning; bring along a notebook to do some planning!

Mounted Meetings:  April begins our Monday night rotation.

April 10th - Group 1

April 17th - Group 2

April 24th - Group 3


The United States Pony Clubs, Inc. develops character, leadership, confidence, and a sense of community in youth through a program that teaches the care of horses and ponies, riding and mounted sports.
— United States Pony Club Mission Statement