Zone 1
Pony Club Camp

Lots of Clubs, Lots of Friends, Lots of FUN!

Boonah camp

Pony Club Camp is a Special event
open to all members of Zone 1

Held in June each year at the Boonah Showgrounds, it provides not only lots of instruction but also the opportunity to bond with fellow Pony Clubers, make new friends and have lots of fun!

Light Horse Drill

Sense of Achievement: Successfully performing a well-executed light horse drill routine can provide riders with a sense of accomplishment. The feeling of mastering complex maneuvers and working as a team can be highly rewarding and boost riders’ confidence and self-esteem.

Cattle Clinic

Cattle work exposes riders to a different aspect of horsemanship and expands their equestrian skills. It introduces them to working with livestock and exposes them to various outback settings. This broadens their equestrian knowledge and prepares them for different riding environments.


Showjumping combines the exhilaration of speed with the precision of jumping. Riders experience the rush of cantering through a course and the excitement of navigating obstacles at speed. The adrenaline-filled nature of showjumping can create a thrilling and exciting experience.


Gymkhana events typically involve a variety of games and activities that challenge riders’ skills and provide a thrilling experience. From barrel racing and pole bending to sack races and flag races, gymkhana games offer a diverse range of challenges that keep riders engaged and entertained.

Polocrosse & Novelty Games

Polocrosse is a team sport that combines elements of polo and lacrosse. In polocrosse, players use a stick with a loose, netted racquet head to carry, pass, and shoot a rubber ball. The objective is to score goals by throwing the ball through the opposing team’s goal posts. Polocrosse offers a combination of physical exercise, mental stimulation, social interaction, and connection with animals, making it a rewarding and enjoyable sport for participants of all ages and skill levels.

Freestyle Flatwork

In freestyle dressage, riders have the freedom to design their own routines, incorporating various movements such as circles, serpentines, changes of direction, transitions, and lateral work.
The key aspect is the synchronization between the horse’s movements and the accompanying music, creating a visually appealing and harmonious performance.

Working Equitation

Learn how to develop a partnership and harmony between horse and rider, as well as the practical application of horsemanship skills. Working Equitation provides an opportunity to showcase the versatility of different horse breeds and riding styles, celebrating the heritage of working horses while promoting sportsmanship and camaraderie among participants.

Camp Draft Competition

  • Programme
  • When – Sunday Night
  • Cost
    $60 OFFICIAL CLASS (2 rounds)
    $35 ENCOURAGEMENT CLASS (1 round)
    $10 BARE BACK CUT OUT (1 round)
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