A life with horses starts here
Welcome to MyPonyClub, the online membership portal for Pony Club Australia.
Signing up as a new member or renewing online is quick, convenient and secure.
There are two streams of membership, depending on whether or not you own or have exclusive access to a horse/pony. Choose the one that suits you.
1) Got your own horse or pony? Become a Club Member
Pony Club membership is for riders who have their own horse, or the exclusive use of a horse (such as a full lease).
Age limits for riders and the cost of Club Membership varies across Clubs. Begin the registration process to see the cost of membership at a Club near you, and to see that Club's contact details.
Select your state from the dropdown list and follow the prompts to your preferred Club.
You can login to manage your Pony Club Memberships, keep your contact details up to date or order workbook manuals.
If you have any questions, please contact the Club you wish to join.
2) No pony? - No problem! Become a Centre Member
Centre membership is for riders who do not have their own horse or the exclusive use of a horse (such as a full lease). Whether you are new to riding or returning after a break, Centre Membership is for you.
Centre Membership is for people between 5 and 80 years old.
The cost of Centre Membership is $110 per calendar year. Centres set their own prices for lessons.
By riding a trained school horse at one of our Pony Club Accredited Centres, you can be part of Pony Club and develop your skills in horse riding, training, care and management.
If you have any questions, please contact Participation Manager Kirrilly Thompson by email email@example.com or phone 0413 616 650.
To become a Centre Member, select the very first option under the dropdown for 'state', which is "Accredited Riding Centres" (Centre Membership is a national program so do NOT select a state).
Wait for the screen to refresh and then scroll down, to choose your preferred Centre.
If you are not personally familiar with the Centre of your choice, please make contact with them first to discuss your needs and aspirations.