Pony Club 

Kemberton Pony Club Centre opened at Easter 2013 with an extremely enthusiastic and friendly bunch of Pony Clubbers. 

Hannah, Rachel and the team run an action packed holiday programme supporting the Sunday Club 9am-1pm every week for members to practise their horse care skills and work towards achievement badges.

In line with Pony Club regulations all staff and volunteers are CRB checked and all supervising staff hold first aid certificates. The Pony Club really does offer young people a safe hand on opportunity to develop their equine skills.

For our older members, Young Equestrians is a relatively new scheme for 13-18 year olds to exercise their independence with equestrianism. 

Young Equestrians will make new friends, develop new skills, try out some of the different horse sports available and get fit in the fresh air! No Matter what level riding, Young Equestrians can offer more than just the opportunity to ride.

Young Equestrians has been designed to provide members with more choice and freedom, helping to develop skills including leadership whilst taking responsibility for the activities they themselves take part in with new friends.

By registering with YELA and helping at the yard, members can record voluntary hours and gain nationally recognised certificates that will boost records of achievement. 

Get Involved! 

The Pony Club is an international voluntary youth organisation for young people interested in ponies and riding. Founded in England in 1929, and granted independent charitable status on 1st January 1997, there are around 345 Branches and 600 Centres in the UK alone. The Pony Club has been the starting point for a large majority of equestrian team members and medal winners.

The Pony Club is represented in no less than 27 countries with a worldwide membership exceeding 110,000 making it the largest association of young riders in the world.


The objectives of The Pony Club are to:

  • Encourage young people to ride and to learn to enjoy all kinds of sport connected with horses and riding
  • To give instruction in riding and horsemastership and to educate Members to look after and to take proper care of their animal
  • To promote the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty to create strength of character and self-discipline


Membership is available to children until the end of The Pony Club Year or the Centre Membership Subscription Year, whichever is relevant, in which they become 21 years old.

Associate Membership is available for persons aged over 21 until the end of the Pony Club Year, or the Centre Membership Subscription Year, whichever is relevant, in which they become 25 years old. Associate Members must previously have been either Branch or Centre Members.

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Pony Club Centre & British Horse Society Approved