• NYB: Member Spotlight: Madison Ritsch

    Madison Ritsch is a C-2/H-B from the Eagle River Pony Club in the Rocky Mountain Region and has been a member of the USPC since 2013. Throughout her time in Pony Club, Madison has competed in a countless number of rallies, two championships, has taught at the Rocky Mountain Region Annual Horse Management Clinic and was awarded the USPC Jubilee Scholarship in 2019. She currently sits on the Marketing Committee of the National Youth Board and serves as the Social Media Coordinator.  Madison is currently a junior at the University of Colorado Boulder where she is studying Aerospace Engineering and Computer Science. Outside of the classroom, she is the president…

  • NYB: Expanding Your Pin Collection

    By Rachel Rozenboom Looking to find ways to expand your pony club pin collection and show your pride for this organization? National Youth Board members Brooke Decant, and Rachel Rozenboom have worked together this month to help culminate a helpful list of ways you can grow your United States Pony Club pin collection and demonstrate your love for this wonderful organization. Scramble Teams! We all love being on a rally team with our friends, but this tip not only helps you find different pins, but also helps expand the bounds of your friendships within USPC. Scramble teams can easily be done both at a regional level and at championships. With…

  • A Look at the USPC National Youth Congress

    The USPC National Youth Congress (NYC)is a program that recognizes outstanding upper level members (H-B through A) with an extraordinary opportunity for growth and development. Each year, this national conference of selected youth members and accomplished Pony Club alumni is held two days prior to the Equine Symposium and Convention Hosted by USPC.

  • Guide to USPC Rulebooks

    With 11 competitive disciplines, Pony Club has a lot of rulebooks. Fortunately, there’s an easy way you can learn to keep track of what’s in them!

  • Recognizing Pony Club’s Volunteers

    Pony Club depends on our volunteers—thousands of them! The best way to let volunteers know how valued they are is to say thank you  often and show appreciation for their efforts.

  • NYB: Taking a Step Back: High School to College as an Equestrian

    My name is Madison. I am a current junior in college studying Aerospace Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I try to ride 1-2 times per week at a local eventing barn and was fortunate enough to be able to half lease a Connemara over the summer. These days I enjoy my relaxed afternoons at the barn jumping a lesson horse over little 2’ jump courses. A few years ago my life was at the barn. I used to spend my afternoons after class riding a few horses, filming YouTube videos, studying for certifications, and teaching Pony Club meetings. But when I moved to college…

  • Pony Club Member Spotlight: Marie-Charlotte

    Meet Mari-Charlotte! Marie-Charlotte is a D-2 member of the Marin County Pony Club in the Sierra Pacific Region. Her pony, Mimi, is the same age as her and together they enjoy eventing, and distance riding. Marie-Charlotte and Mimi also do mounted archery!

  • “Seas the Magic” with Pony Club in Norfolk, Virginia

    Pony Club members, leaders, volunteers, and their families are excited to gather in Norfolk, Virginia, for the 2022 Equine Symposium & Convention hosted by USPC and the Old Dominion region. There’s a lot to look forward to—save the date for January 26 - 30, 2022 and start planning your trip today.

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