Grenfell Pony Club gears up for 2020

Grenfell Pony Club welcomed 26 new and returning riders to the club at their annual registration day.
Grenfell Pony Club welcomed 26 new and returning riders to the club at their annual registration day.

Grenfell Pony Club has welcomed 26 new and returning riders to the club at their annual registration day on January 24.

Ashleigh Leibick, from Grenfell Pony Club, said their numbers have grown since last year, with the club welcoming five new families this year.

The Club will be hosting their first rally day for the year on Sunday, February 16. The rally day is set to start at 8am.

Ms Leibick said they are working on making the rally day a fun day out for members to get to know one another and seeing what the goals of each pony club member are.

Along with the rally day, Grenfell Pony Club will be holding a working bee and general meeting.

The working bee will focus on giving the Club's equipment a general tidy up.

Ms Leibick said they will hold hosting a general meeting at each rally day.

Throughout the year, the Grenfell Pony Club will be hosting 'come and try days' for those who may be interested in joining.

Pony Club members Hayden, Emma, Emily, Alice and Annabelle at the March Rally Day last year. Image supplied.

Pony Club members Hayden, Emma, Emily, Alice and Annabelle at the March Rally Day last year. Image supplied.

The come and try days will be run in conjunction with the Pony Club's regular rally days. The come and try day memberships cost $25.

After their first rally day on Sunday, February 16, the club will be hosting a regular rally day on the third Sunday of each month.

Along with their rally days, Ms Leibick said a major goal for the Grenfell Pony Club is to host a sporting day as they have not hosted one in several years.