If you haven’t received this information about the WCVM Equine Education Day yet, can I please ask that you distribute it to your branch members?
The WCVM event organizers (all students) have asked for all registration forms to be submitted by Feb. 1. For more information, please email Paige Borrett (email@example.com).
In Pony Club it is all about leveling up, and it requires a lot more work than an hour playing a video game! Junior members begin by tackling their “D” levels. After working through those levels, the “C” levels offer a lot of opportunity to travel and start to represent the local Branch and our Region. Because the levels and the testing required to work through them is such a comprehensive process, everyone is confident with what a pony club member knows and what they are still learning. Best of all, the pony club members soon become very keen to work through their levels and set clear goals for themselves. This goal setting is an important feature of Pony Club membership. The confidence enjoyed by a Pony Club member who has attained their next level, and the mastery of all things Equine related, on and off the horse becomes apparent very quickly during the Pony Club Education provided.
Please refer to this page for documents that might help with planning and training for your branch. We hope that it quickly becomes your “go to” reference for Leveling Up!
our Education Chair is Naomi Girling
our testing chair is Sue Britton
our testing co-chair is our testing chair is Sue Tedesco
Sue Tedesco has sent out some old tests that Pony Club members can use to leg up for their next level test. They are as follows: