The Irish Pony Club:
The Irish Pony Club is a voluntary youth organisation, it is the main equestrian organisation providing training in all disciplines of equestrian activities in Ireland for members up to the age of 23. The Irish Pony Club endeavors to promote and encourage horsemanship, responsibility and loyalty in a safe and fun atmosphere, for all its members and volunteers.
The Irish Pony Club endeavors to promote and encourage horsemanship, sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty in a safe and fun atmosphere, for all its members and volunteers.
Child Safeguarding Statement
The Irish Pony Club ans it's branches have adopted a Child Safeguarding Statement in accordance with Section 11 of the Children First Act 2015. A copy of the statement can be viewed by clicking here:
CHILD SAFEGUARDING STATEMENT
Calliaghstown Branch of the Irish Pony Club:
Originally setup in 1996 the current Calliaghstown Branch of the Irish Pony Club was reinstated in 2012. The branch is run by a voluntary committee drawn from parents of members.
Members can participate in rallies and competitions in all equestrian disciplines including Show Jumping, Dressage, Pony Games, Trekking, Vaulting, Cross Country and preparing riders for the Irish Pony Club exams
There is no need to have your own pony, many of our members hire one for each rally.
We are always keen to welcome new members and if you are interested in joining then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Please use our online booking system to join or renew your membership.
1st Child €110, 2nd and additional children €90
Membership includes insurance.
What is the Pony Club
The Pony Club was formed in Great Britain in 1929. It had 300 members in 1930 and over 10,000 members in 1935.
There are now over 110,000 Pony Club members worldwide in 18 countries across the globe.
The Irish Pony Club has 58 branches
with approximately 3,800 members
The largest international club is in Australia.