Central New England

About Central New England

The United States Pony Clubs, Inc., develops character, leadership, confidence and a sense of community in youth through a program that teaches the care of horses and ponies, riding and mounted sports.

Central New England Region Clubs and Centers

The Central New England Region (CNER) is composed of seven clubs and six riding centers located throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and southern Maine.

Pony Clubs are in general administered by parents and other adults who volunteer to operate the club and organize activities. Members who wish to participate in mounted activities usually own or lease a horse.

Riding Centers are typically a lesson/training barn that offers the Pony Club program through the administration of that facility. This is often a great option for members who do not currently own or lease a pony or for members who want to be part of a lesson or training program at the same barn that hosts pony club activities.

Please click on a club or riding center below for contact information and to learn more about their activities and calendar.

To find a club or center closest to you, please click here for an interactive map.

CNER Pony Clubs

CNER Riding Centers

Central New England Region Activities

In 2024, CNER will offer spring and fall rallies. We also participate in rallies hosted by our sister regions, White Mountain Region who offers Tetrathalon Rally and New York Upper Connecticut Region who offers Eventing Rally.

CNER will also offer both mounted and unmounted activities and clinics, regional and upper-level certifications and preparation opportunities for certifications, and championships preparation clinics. Please see our Calendar for more information on all the activities we will be offering in 2024.

United States Pony Club

USPC Pony Clubs and Riding Centers are assigned to one of 41 geographical regions, which are administered by a volunteer Regional Supervisor (RS) and other appointed and elected officers. Regions offer additional activities and opportunities for members and support for the club and center leaders under their administration. Click here to visit the USPC website.

Visit the Pony Club website to learn more about the Pony Club educational program, national events, activities and opportunities for members.