The Enfield Chace Hunt pony Club has a long history going back to 1933 when Major G Smith-Bosanquet called the first committee meeting of the Pony Club. It’s aims at that very first meeting were the same then as they are today. To teach children how to care for their ponies, how to ride, to teach them good manners on and off the hunting field and how to care for the countryside they ride in. Rallies have always been about having fun whilst being safe and learning.
Over the years Enfield Chace members have had success in many areas. They continue to have success in the team quiz competitions, show jumping, polo and showing. Enfield Chace members have taken part in the Olympia Christmas Finale for several years at Olympia in London.
We offer activities for all levels and abilities from treasure hunts to regular showjumping and dressage training. We encourage our members to try new activities and improve on old ones.
The pony Club is the number one organisation for young people who love ponies and riding. There are more than 43,000 Pony Club members in Great Britain, belonging to either a branch or a Centre – there are more than 350 of each of these. Membership of The Pony Club offers fun, friendship, training, events and competitions. Internationally The Pony Club has a membership of over 110,000 across 18 countries, making it the largest association of riders in the world. Most British equestrian medal winners at The Olympics and World Championships have been members of The Pony Club.
The Enfield Chace Hunt Pony Club is always delighted to welcome new members.