Wednesday January 16, 2019

To rejoin or join the old Berkshire Hunt Pony Club please complete the Membership Form 2019 or call Joy Wilson for more information, on 01235 868389 or 07811 927803 or e mail: 

Joanna Lambert is delighted to report that all 12 Old Berkshire Pony club members who took their C+ Test recently passed.
They, and their parents have put in a lot of hard work and effort towards this achievement. Many thanks to their trainers Fiona Jack, Aaron Nobbs and Mandy Holloway too!!!!
The members were:

Lottie White, Ella Ackrill, Morgan Oldridge, Anya Cornago, Tilly Dollar, Sophie Hardman, Romilly McIntosh, Esme Powell, Freya Soden, Bella Stevens, Emily Taylor, Freya Webb

Camp dates 2019
  • Senior Camp 28th July – 2nd August
  • Junior Camp 5th August – 8th August
  • Mini Camp 28th – 31st July
  • Tiny Trotters Camp 28th – 31st July

obhpc minicamp

“I am permanently reminded of what a great organisation the pony club really is, memories that last a lifetime and I am so happy that my children are getting to experience it all with such an amazing team.  Thank you all.”  

At the Old Berks Hunt Pony Club (OBHPC) we pride ourselves on being friendly and inclusive. We have around 300 members, the majority coming from the areas around Abingdon, Didcot, Wantage, Faringdon, Witney and Lambourn and an active committee to run the club, entirely made up of volunteers.

The backbone of the OBHPC is mounted rallies which take place throughout the area during the school holidays, weekends and evenings. Find out what is coming up on the Fixtures page and book early; popular rallies book up very fast. The rally organisers will be able to advise as to whether a particular rally is suitable for your child and it is important to be honest about their ability so that they are put in the right group. These rallies are generally group lessons taught by an experienced instructor covering a specific discipline, with the cost divided between the group and subsidised by the branch.

During the summer we hold Camps for Minis (under 8), Juniors (9-12) and a residential camp for Seniors (13 and over).

There are lots of opportunities for members to get involved in team competitions and represent the branch and members are encouraged to take part in the Pony Club test system.

The more you get involved the more you will get out of your Pony Club, so sign up for rallies and encourage your parents to volunteer to help with anything from baking a cake to share at a rally to jump judging at one of our competitions.