Irish Pony Club

Last Updated: 30/09/2014
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The Irish Pony Club would like to acknowledge the wonderful generosity of our sponsor TRI, the great hospitality of the Curragh Racecourse on Sunday and RACE for giving some of our members a great opportunity and experience on their weekend course. Please go to to view photos from the Race Day


Inspirational Awards 2014

Jamie Carroll - Laois
Sara Dempsey Newcastle - Lyons
Harriet Flynn - Clare
Laura Karr Galway - Mid Co.
Sophie Edgehill - Kildare
Megan Hassett - Tipperary
Freddie Ronan - Killinick
Norah Jane Prendergast - Laois
Rebecca Hayes - Scarteen


Jockey Skills Exhibition Race

George Connolly (winner of Jockey Skills Course)
Patrick McCarthy (winner of best style and skill Exhibition Race)
Amy Jo Hayes
Kate McPhillips
Sean O'Keeffe
Andrew Kennedy
Patrick Cullen
Percy O'Callaghan
Anna Barlow
Gavin Ryan

Pony Club Shop will be at the Conference on the 11th of October.
Orders can be made in advance with the shop and collected on the day saving on postage.
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Irish Pony Club Annual Conference

Open to Parents, Senior Members, Branch Officials, Instructors etc.
All welcome

Sat 11th October, 10 am

At The Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone
More details soon


This website contains lots of information about the Irish Pony Club.  There is useful information for members, parents, branch officers and
anyone with an interest in our organisation. Browse the links on the left or click on the quick link on the right.

The Irish Pony Club is a Voluntary Youth Organisation.
It is the main equestrian organisation that provides training in all disciplines of equestrian activities in this Country for
members up to the age of 23.

The Irish Pony Club endeavours to promote and encourage horsemanship and loyalty in a safe and fun atmosphere,
for all its members and volunteers.

The objectives of the Irish Pony Club are:

  • To encourage young people to ride and to learn to enjoy all kinds of sport connected with horses and riding.

  • To provide instruction in riding and horsemanship, and to instil in members the proper care of their animals.

  • To promote the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty, thereby cultivating strength of character and self-discipline.


Open to boys and girls up to 23 years of age
Ordinary members are those who have not attained the age of 18 years
Associate members are those of 18 - 21 years
Senior Associate members are 21 - 23 years.
Membership automatically terminates at the end of the year when a members becomes 23 years old with
the exception of those who renew their membership to take Senior Tests up to and including the year in which
they are 25 years old.


The current annual subscription per members is €95



Last Updated: 30/09/2014
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