The Worcestershire Hunt are a friendly branch of The Pony Club with circa 100 members aged from 3 to 24. We offer a full range of equestrian sports, activities and social events and offer year round tuition in various locations centered around our Branch Field in Hanbury, set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
We welcome new members of any age and offer a free taster session before signing up.
(2021 Fee: £80)
Anyone up to the age of 25. Members should have access to a horse or pony, by ownership or loan, and have the means to transport the horse or pony to and from rallies and events.
(2021 Fee: £36)
For anyone who only wants to take part in non-ridden activities and to take part in competitions such as The Pony Club Quiz, Winter Triathlon and Blue Cross Care
Questions, comments or special requests? Get in touch today, we’re happy to help.
We now have a large selection of WHBPC clothing and merchandise available from saddle cloths and hat silks to hoodies and onesies!
At rallies we expect children to wear plain cream, black or navy jodphurs, clean boots, hair tied up in a hair net, gloves and a black hat or hat silk. Long sleeve black or white tops can be worn under the polo shirt if colder weather.
Pony Club Ethos
Good behaviour is expected at all times whilst representing the Pony Club and the Worcestershire Hunt Branch.
“As a Member of The Pony Club, I stand for the best in sportsmanship as well as in horsemanship. I shall compete for the enjoyment of the game well played and take winning or losing in my stride, remembering that without good manners and good temper, sport loses its cause for being. I shall endeavour to treat my horse with consideration”
The Pony Club expects very high standards of sportsmanship and self-discipline. This will be especially so at high profile, public events and whilst we will do whatever we can to support members with problems, we demand high standards of behaviour from team members.
We expect riders to be supportive of the other riders in their team and not to criticize them when mistakes happen. This applies equally to parents.