Snowball Farm Pony Club

Snowball Farm Equestrian Centre has been a Pony Club Centre since 2014.  Centre Membership allows children who ride in our riding school but do not have a pony of their own to participate in all that The Pony Club has to offer.  Snowball Farm provides training and activities based around The Pony Club Progressive Tests, Achievement Badges and Efficiency Tests, as well as a range  of fun and entertaining activities designed to help Centre members understand and care for ponies and horses.

Your Snowball Farm Pony Club Approved Instructors

Tenzin Javary – Chief Instructor at Snowball Farm Equestrian Centre, Tenzin is qualified to BHSII (BHS Stage IV, Intermediate Instructor), with over 10 years of teaching experience.  Tenzin regularly competes in Dressage and Eventing.

Rory McGill – drawn from Snowball’s permanent staff of instructors, Rory is qualified to BHSAI.  Popular with beginner and novice riders, Rory is a great communicator, able to teach stable management and riding to all ages.

Abi Jones – also from Snowball Farm’s permanent staff of instructors, Abi is a qualified BHS instructor.  Abi joined Snowball Farm in 2017 and brings lots of previous experience in running Pony Club Centre activities with her.

Helen Gassman – Helen regularly competes in Dressage and Showjumping competitions.  In addition to her own horsemanship skills and stable management knowledge, Helen has been Yard Manager at Snowball Farm and has several years of equitation teaching experience.

Your Rallies
Rallies are run approximately twice a month on Fridays between 6pm and 8pm. Centre members are expected to participate in at least one Rally each month.  Rallies consist of riding, stable management lectures and practical sessions. Check the event calendar for dates.

  • Riding – Centre members practise for their Pony Club Progressive Test Awards, as well as take part in a range of other activities including Ridden Games, Drill/Musical Rides and Skill at Arms.  Children must be able to ride at walk and trot unaided before taking part in the riding sessions.
  • Stable Management. Lectures (short!) and practical sessions are aimed at achieving a range of Pony Club badges and teach children how to care for ponies and handle them safely and efficiently.

Volunteering – Volunteers are the backbone of The Pony Club.  If you would like to get involved as a volunteer at Snowball Farm Pony Club rallies, visits and events please let us know.  Volunteering can be personally rewarding.  You can learn new skills, see the different disciplines in action and make new friends.

Contact Us – for more information about the Snowball Farm Pony Club Centre please do not hesitate to contact our office on 01628 666222 or email us at:

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