The Pony Club Warwickshire

The Pony Club at Radway in Warwickshire

Radway Riding School is a Pony Club Centre for children and adults under 25 years of age. The Pony Club aims to provide instruction in riding and horsemastership and to instil in Members the proper care of their animals. The Pony Club promotes the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty, thereby cultivating strength of character and self discipline.

     


 

The Pony Club Centre Membership Scheme is designed for children who do not own their own ponies. We have Pony Club sessions every week and always have activities in school holidays.

  

  • Saturday  9-11 bronze award level 

                          10 - 12 silver award level

                          11 - 1 gold award level

            pony club members £31 / non members £36

  • Sundays 10:00am to 1:00pm  All levels £36 (£40 non-members)

 

  • During School Holidays we run various pony camps and days; further information can be found on the Radway Diary  

                                                              10 - 1 £36 (£40 non-members) 

                                                                2 - 5 £36 (£40 non-members)  

 

       BREAKFAST CLUB AVAILABLE BY ARRANGEMENT FROM 8AM

     SCHOOL  HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

  • Pony Club is on throughout the holidays Mondays Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays,  please ring or e mail if you have any questions or to make a booking.
  • We offer taster mornings for children new to the pony club
  • Competitions for all abilities and easter egg hunts
  • Hacking for children over 8
  • Led mini hacks round the field at radway for under 8s
  • Cross Country jumping at Swailcliffe for our more experienced riders
  • Click on the pictures below to discover more about each pony and look at other photos!

 

      

 


Charlie

Biscuit

Toby

                                       

  Arnie

 

 

Nicky


 

    

RADWAY PONY AND RIDING CLUB

 

CLUBS CODE OF PRACTISE

 

We offer everyone a warm welcome at Radway.

We are happy to help everyone enjoy equestrian sport and we are all inclusive and wish to engage more participants from the disabled community, people with learning disabilities and minority ethnic communities.

In a research of childhood experiences 43% of young people identified bullying or being discriminated against as the most common source of distress and misery.

We value every new member and wish to see that every club member supports in a positive way the efforts of every person attending Radway Riding School.

Together let’s make sure that no one is discriminated against because of ability, size, dress, ethnic minority or manner of speech, by following a few simple rules.

 

·       Treat each other with respect.

·       Praise effort and help to raise the self esteem of every rider.

·       Act sensitively with regard to the feelings of others.

·       Respect yourself and set a good example to others.

·       Speak to a member of staff if you are aware of any type of bullying behaviour either to yourself or another person, whether it’s at Radway or in the wider community of school or work, or on social media.

 

ANYONE WHO BREAKS THE ABOVE CODE OF PRACTISE MAY BE SUSPENDED FROM ATTENDING RADWAY RIDING SCHOOL