Cuyahoga, Geauga, Medina, and Summit counties | Ohio
Bath Pony Club was started in 1964. Bath has a long tradition of supporting Equestrian events in our community. Starting with fox hunting with the Lauray Hunt founded by Raymond Firestone, to hosting several USPC national rallies. Although the hunt has been disbanded the tradition has remained. Our club hosts several events every year to maintain our 200 acre facility, which is owned by Medina County Parks. We raise money for local charities and Bath was the winner of the USPC Land Conservation Award in 2016. Our facility has an all weather conditioning track, Show Jump ring, Dressage rings and full Cross Country courses through Training. We also have stabling on grounds for events and Pony Club use. Our members have have access to these grounds from May to November.
Our PC program consists of weekly lessons with outstanding professionals in all disciplines. We have preps for rallies, ratings and hold camps for all levels to attend. We have unmounted lessons as well to teach the care of both horses and ponies. Included in our teaching staff are graduate Pony Clubbers. Their experience and desire to give back to our club makes them invaluable.
Please join us in the fun. With a club supporting over 40 members we have a lot to offer. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Connie Wyatt, DC Bath Pony Club