is a pre-requisite of eligibility for attending our events. This includes centre branches.
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Welcome to our web site!! in these pages you will find all the information you need to join us and enjoy learning to play Pony Club Polo in Scotland!
You will be able to download entry forms for various events and then enjoy reading the results and looking at Photos of folk having a Fun time!!
Pony Club Polo in Scotland
Is run by a small band of enthusiastic supporters of Polo for all interested Pony Club members!
Pony Club Polo in Scotland was organised in 1996 as an independent non-profit making organisation within the framework of the Pony Club.
The aim of Pony Club Polo in Scotland is to initiate and develop Pony Club Polo for all interested members of the Pony Club throughout the country.
With over 40 branches of the Pony Club in Scotland, an executive committee was formed to liaise with Branch District Commissioners and secretaries.
The executive committee consists of the co-ordinator, secretary, treasurer and committee members, whose common ground is the promotion of Pony Club Polo.
The co-ordinator reports directly to the Chairman of Pony Club Polo who sits on the main committee of the Pony Club.
Pony Club Polo maintains a bank account and produces an annual statement of account. Cheques are to be signed by any two of, Co-ordinator, secretary and Treasurer
The remit of the co-ordinator and the committee is to encourage children to participate in Pony Club Polo by attending courses and camps. Quality teaching and coaching is provided at various venues and as members progress, they are encouraged to take part in tournaments and eventually make their way into adult polo.
All Pony Club Polo activities are run within the framework of Pony Club ethos and their rules are followed throughout.
Play and coaching is divided into different divisions/groups according to age and experience.
Pony Club Polo is intended to sit beside Club Polo and hopes to contribute to the pool of new young players who will make their way into adult polo. The two should however not be confused and indeed, Clubs should note the differences in the rules for Pony Club Polo as described in the annual Pony Club Polo rule book.
Pony Club Polo in Scotland offers children the chance to play polo on their own Pony Club ponies or horses.
Lastly, one of the defining aims is to encourage members to enjoy a Team game and
All members welcome
Riding Skills; Horse and Pony Care
Contact your Branch committee representative
if you would like a Rally within your own Branch
Pony Club Polo has developed a number of accredited, disclosed, Scottish based coaches, who can be contacted.
They will bring equipment and provide a fun, learning experience.