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Western Brisbane, the Brisbane Region, Queensland (QLD)

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    At Southside Pony Club we believe in sharing our knowledge and having fun while learning the art of horsemanship and caring for our horses. To be involved in Pony Club riding activities a member is required to own or lease a horse. Members must always abide by the Pony Club’s code of conduct and listen and follow our instructors requests. Our club is a friendly, social place where we share a mutual love of horses, encourage and support each other in Club activities and in the care of our ... Read more horses. Our events schedule includes musters, ribbon days, jump clinics, BBQs & camp-outs.

    • 121 Cherbon St, Burbank, QLD 4156
    • 10-20 km from Toowong

    Lessons available for riders of all ages & abilities on our school horses or your horse. Fully lit, indoor 60m x 20m arena as well as indoor and outdoor roundyards. Outdoor cross country course. Trail rides, birthday parties and day camps also available.

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    Rosewood Pony Club hold monthly musters its a great day out for adults or children. Throughout the year we have open sports days, hack days, camp draft, gymkhana. Its a way to interact with your horse as well as meet new people.

    Situated on the Northside of Brisbane, our grounds are located on Greensill Road, Albany Creek - 2 minutes from the Albany Creek shops. Our club is a small friendly place where we encourage each other to improve our riding abilities in all disciplines. We believe in sharing our knowledge & most off all enjoying ourselves while spending time with our horses. To be involved in Pony Club activities a member is required to own or lease a horse or borrow one from a member of their own club. Members must ... Read more always heed what they are told by their Instructor in charge of rallies and must help other members whenever necessary. For more information about Pony Club Queensland please download the Admin Handbook. Club facilities include: Club House & amenities Round Yard Wash bay area Timber day yards Fully fenced facilities Sand Arena - fundraising for additional sand Trail - coming 2015 Pony Club objectives are to: Encourage people of all ages to enjoy horse riding in all disciplines & at any level. Provide ...

    “The horse, with beauty unsurpassed, strength immeasurable and grace unlike any other, still remains humble enough to carry a man upon his back.” – Amber Senti Horses to me are not just a hobby they are my life and every day they prove to me they are worth it. I am a qualified EFA riding instructor and have 23 years riding experience, 11 years teaching experience and ride competitively at state level dressage. Over the years I have been exposed to horses of every breed, temperament and education ... Read more level and have not been able to find a horse I don't like and can't work with. I break in horses, reeducate and train horses and have been responsible for the training of horses to become schoolmasters at a riding school. As an instructor I feel that the most important aspects of riding a student can learn is confidence, independence and trust in the horse and their own ability so they can allow the horse to work in balance and self-carriage and willingly without interfering with their ...

    The pony club movement in Australia enjoys well-merited recognition as the basic training ground for the growing number of our nation’s equestrians. The objectives of pony club are: To encourage young people to ride and learn to enjoy all kinds of sport connected with horses and riding. To provide instruction in riding and horse-master ship and to instil in members the proper care of their animals. To promote the highest ideals of sports master ship, citizenship and loyalty, thereby cultivating ... Read more strength of character and self-discipline. Park Ridge Pony club has been around since 1969 and moved to its current grounds in 1979. The grounds cover an area of 15.3 hectares and are able to cater for all types of horse events. PRPC grounds are on Logan City Council Land reserved for the use of sporting groups. We are very proud of our grounds and have a very motivated committee whose aim is to get Park Ridge Pony Club at its best. We believe we have one of the best grounds to offer clients ...

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