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South Creek Pony Club

The South Creek Foxhounds Pony Club is a youth oriented, not for profit, organization devoted to the goal of fostering a greater understanding of individual cultures, and peoples through the promotion of Youth Riding, Pony Club exchanges, Equestrian sports and education.

 South Creek Pony Club is comprised of children ranging in age from 4 to 25; with members located north of Dade City and south to Brandon, Lutz, Odessa, Zephyrhills, Plant City, Riverview and Apollo Beach. Pony Club develops the well rounded horse person.

      Pony Club emphasizes education and instruction and competition in the form of "Rallies." Most USPC competition is team competition where members learn the importance of cooperation and teamwork. At Rally, teams members are evaluated during all phases; riding, formal inspection and horse management.

"Education plays an important role for our members."

      Ratings and Standards: This system guides our members to becoming accomplished riders, and knowledgeable about equine care. It takes dedication but the rewards are immeasurable. Our pony club members attend mounted clinics and unmounted outings to further their knowledge.

      The club officers meet monthly and minutes are distributed to the members via email. The club as a whole meets 2 to 4 a year. Notice of these meetings is distributed via email.

      The role of parents in the Pony Club is very important. Parents volunteer time and assistance to ensure successful pony club events. Parents play a critical role with keeping Pony Club activity costs down. "If everyone does a little, no one does a lot."
As a member of South Creek Pony Club, parents become honorary members in our parent club; South Creek Foxhounds . The hunt supports our Club with special events during the year. The Pony Club joins the hunt to enjoy the hounds and beautiful countryside. It is a lot of fun.


Are you interested in joining SCF Pony Club?
If so, please visit our web site: http://www.southcreek.ponyclub.org