Volunteer With Us!

Pony Club is a volunteer-driven organization. In fact, with the exception of staff at national headquarters in Kentucky, the USPC is run entirely by over 3,000 unpaid volunteers at the club, regional and national levels. 


Volunteers help with many tasks that are a part of delivering quality instruction, encouraging teamwork and in the service of the organization. Everyone is an integral part of Pony Club, from the Board of Governors to a Regional Supervisor, from the club and center leaders, to parents and other family members. These dedicated people give their time and talents to deliver the Pony Club program to our members.


Volunteering drives every aspect of the Pony Club mission and can be truly rewarding. There are multiple ways for parents, alumni, and other individuals vested in the success of Pony Club to be involved. Each person has a talent, skill, or interest that can be utilized to support the overall mission. There is no need to be a horse-savvy person to be considered a valuable volunteer.  

Below are some of the many types of volunteers that Pony Club needs.

Student volunteers

We need volunteers during our annual Tetrathlon & Show Jumping Rallies in August. 


Volunteer duties include course timers, planners, monitors, course set-up, registration table, runners, fundraising/charitable donations, building horse jumps, etc.

Did you know that volunteering for the Pony Club fulfills the service learning requirements at most high schools? 

Hover here to see a list of some of the ways that high school and college students can volunteer with Park City Pony Club for credit.

Pony club alumni
From teaching a mounted or unmounted lesson, to providing support at certifications and rallies, we love our Pony Club graduates and would love to keep you engaged:
  • Mentor to club members - your previous experience is priceless and our members 
  • Rally prep and support
  • Examiner
  • Mock Rally Leader
  • Information Sessions - volunteer at one of these public sessions
  • Host a meeting at your home, business or barn!
  • Become a Horse Management Judge


Are you a Pony Club graduate? 
Have you thought about giving back to the organization that gave so much to you? 
Hover here to learn about some of the ways Pony Club alumni help support and inspire the next generation of young equestrians!