What are Pony Club badges?

What are Pony Club badges?

The Pony Club Achievement Badge Scheme is a fun way to gain a greater knowledge of horsemanship and the countryside. Keep track of each badge you pass by ticking the box next to its picture.

How do you order Pony Club badges?

For telephone orders please call 01274 711011, Monday – Friday, 9am to 5.30pm. Alternatively, send an email to: [email protected]

What is The Pony Club D test?

‘D’ Test riders are expected to be able to ride a pony off the lead rein in walk and trot in an enclosed area. They should also know the basic needs of a pony in summer and winter and be able to handle a pony with confidence. They should be able to tack up, clean tack, groom a pony and recognise rugs.

What are The Pony Club Colours?

The colours associated with The Pony Club are Blue, Purple and Gold. If you are having artwork printed you are able to use Pantone colours to ensure that your colours are the same as the national identity: Pale Blue: 290c at 60% Purple: Pantone 2613.

What is a horse badge?

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What age can you start Pony Club?

Membership is open to anyone up to the age of 25. There is no national minimum age to join The Pony Club, although some Branches/Centres may have their own lower age limit depending on what they offer. It is advisable to contact your local Branch/Centre to see what ages they can cater for.

What are the levels in Pony Club?

No matter what level of certification a riding member tests into they will be required to meet the SOP for both horse care and riding. The levels of certification start at what is called D Level (beginner), progressing to C Level (intermediate) then to B Level and A Level (advanced).

How does Pony Club work?

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.

Why do you need a pony club badge?

This badge program offers members a way to learn and have fun with their pony/horses in a safe, enjoyable environment. It can give direction to an education program; it can introduce a wider variety of horse-related topics than involved in preparing for testing; and it can be a useful tool in encouraging intermediate members to remain in Pony Club.

What are the tests for the Pony Club?

The Pony Club Training structure encourages members to take tests which enables them to learn progressively about horse and pony care and riding. The tests are taken at recommended ages and are designed with certain objectives in mind. Pale yellow felt – This is a very basic test for younger members (4+) or new members.

Is the Pony Club similar to Scouts and guides?

The Pony Club badge scheme is similar to the badge scheme run by Scouts and Guides. It is a great way for members to gain more knowledge of horsemanship and the countryside and have lots of fun whilst they are doing it. You can find out more about the badges on the Pony Club website.

Do you have to pass road rider test to teach at Pony Club?

Holding a full B Test and completing an Accreditation Course (1 day facilitated by the Pony Club) will allow members to teach at Pony Club. Members failing their B Test must wait a minimum of 2 months before re-taking it. You cannot pass B test without passing your Road Rider Test.

What are Pony Club badges? The Pony Club Achievement Badge Scheme is a fun way to gain a greater knowledge of horsemanship and the countryside. Keep track of each badge you pass by ticking the box next to its picture. How do you order Pony Club badges? For telephone orders please call 01274 711011, Monday…