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Forest Hills Pony Club is a registered activity provider of the NSW Active Kids Program.  

Parents, guardians and carers can apply for a voucher valued up to $100 per calendar year for each student enrolled in school.

The voucher may be used at any time during the calendar year that it was issued with a registered activity provider for registration, participation and membership costs for sport, fitness and active recreation activities.

You can find out how to apply for your $100 voucher via this link:
 

https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-active-kids-voucher 

Member news is updated on the FHPC facebook members page regularly 

General news updates are on the Forest Hills Pony Club facebook site

The NSW Pony Club facebook page has updates on state competitions and camps

  

HORSES, FRIENDS AND FUN!

Please visit our new website at https://foresthillsponyclub.wordpress.com/

Senior Instructor Victoria Temm on 0408 269 712.

For all the latest news, calendar and contacts please visit our facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/foresthillsponyclub

 

 

 

Do you want to become a qualified pony club instructor?

Our club needs more accredited pony club instructors. Upon successful completion of the pony club instructor course you will have achieved the required standard as outlined by the Australian Sports Commission as a coach registered with the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS).

Our club runs regular courses dependant on demand. 

The course requires that you complete a work book, which is then submitted to PCA NSW, and attend an assessment conducted by PCA NSW. The work book is completed during a few evening meetings with your mentor and the other candidates. Your mentor will support you all the way.

You can do it!

For more information talk to our Club Captain Ian Charnaud.     

If for any reason you are required to leave a Rally Day early, eg before 2pm in summer and 3pm in the winter months, you MUST let either the Senior Instructor or the Club Captain, Ian Charnaud that you are departing early. Advising your instructor is not enough, it has to be one of the above!