If you are a D who is interested in participating, you can choose Horse Trials, Combined Test, or Dressage Only. If you are a C or above and would like to help out, please download the info packet and fill out the volunteer form and mail it in to Ellen (address in packet). Thanks, and hope to see everyone there!
*Leah for 2nd place HM team in the Rising Star division at Dressage Rally!
*Stephanie, Laurel, Julia, and Cayse (SM) for 10th place HM team at Dressage Rally!
* Alyssa, Erin, Molly, and Paige (SM) for 9th place HM team at Dressage Rally!
*Leah for 3rd place in Intro A and 2nd place in Intro B at Dressage Rally!
*Laurel for 1st place in Intro B and 1st place in Training Level 1 at Dressage Rally!
* Alyssa for 2nd place in Training Level 1 and 3rd place in Training Level 3 at Dressage Rally!
* Julia for 1st place in Training Level 2, 4th place in Training Level 4, and 4th place in the Musical Kur at Dressage Rally!
* Stephanie for 6th place in Training Level 2 at Dressage Rally!
* Molly for 2nd place in Training Level 4 (twice!) and 1st place in First Level 1 at Dressage Rally!
* Laurel & Stephanie for 1st place in the Costume Pas de Deux at Dressage Rally!
*Congratulations to Leah's Quiz Rally team (Roanoke Valley, Highlands, Sinking Creek, and Crescent Bay) who won FIRST PLACE in their division! We are so proud of you, Leah!
- Blue Ridge Eventing Association
- Blue Ridge Horse Force
- Broadview Ranch
- Dressage Tests - Dressage (Intro Level)
- Dressage Tests - Dressage (Training-Fourth Levels)
- Dressage Tests - Eventing
- Green Hill Park Equestrian Center
- Laurel Springs Farm
- Old Dominion Region PC
- Photos by Alice
- Southwest Virginia Dressage Association
- Southwest Virginia Horse Connection
- United States Dressage Federation
- United States Equestrian Federation
- United States Eventing Association
- United States Pony Club
- USPC Bookstore
- USPC Riders Networking Site
- Virginia Equestrian Events Calendar
- Virginia Horse Center
- Virginia Horse Trials (and other shows)
- Wolz Equestrian
The mission of the United States Pony Club is to provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership, and self-confidence.
- USPC is an educational organization which progressively develops the well rounded horseperson.
- The well-rounded horseperson is capable of riding safely and tactfully on the flat, over fences, and in the open.
- Knowledgeable care of horses and ponies (horse management) is basic to the well-rounded horseperson.
- USPC is committed to the well-being of the horse.
- Fair and friendly competitions develop team work and sportsmanship.
- USPC requires parental and volunteer involvement and support.
- The USPC is committed to safety.
- The local Club is the core of USPC.
Pony Club Pledge
As a member of the United States Pony Clubs, Inc., I stand for the best in sportsmanship as well as horsemanship.
I shall compete for the enjoyment of the game well played and take winning or losing in stride, remembering that without good manners and good temper, sport loses its cause for being.
I shall endeavor to maintain the best traditions of the ancient and noble skill of horsemanship.I shall strive at all times to uphold the high ideals of the Pony Club and my country.
- ► 2010 (16)