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Carolina Region Pony Clubs. February 25, 2012. Agenda. Who are we? Money, taxes and accounting Paperwork Teen struggles Difficult members/parents Using members to teach Organizing a mounted and unmounted schedule Rallies Online entry Hunter Seat Equitation and Western

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agenda
Agenda
  • Who are we?
  • Money, taxes and accounting
  • Paperwork
  • Teen struggles
  • Difficult members/parents
  • Using members to teach
  • Organizing a mounted and unmounted schedule
  • Rallies
  • Online entry
  • Hunter Seat Equitation and Western
  • Recruiting
  • Fund raising
  • Open forum
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USPC

Our Mission:

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.

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USPC

Our Mission:

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

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USPC

Our Core Values:

Horsemanship with respect to healthcare, nutrition, stable management, handling and riding a mount safely, correctly and with confidence Organized teamwork including cooperation, communication, responsibility, leadership, mentoring, teaching and fostering a supportive yet competitive environment Respect for the horse and self through horsemanship; for land through land conservation; and for others through service and teamwork Service by providing an opportunity for members, parents, and others to support the Pony Club program locally, regionally and nationally through volunteerism Education at an individual pace to achieve personal goals and expand knowledge through teaching others

paperwork
Paperwork
  • Membership
    • Copy goes to Brian Morris with regional dues
      • Include a Membership dues form
    • Original goes to USPC with national dues
  • Ratings
    • Online – we get the notification
    • Paper – send a copy to Brian
paperwork1
Paperwork
  • Rallies
    • Read the Prize List carefully for all requirements
    • Member forms
      • Member summary
      • Activity release
      • Adult code of conduct
      • Volunteer form
      • Coggins
      • Letter of Intent – for those interested in champs
      • Stall and/or pinney deposit
    • Team forms
      • Team summary
      • Chaperone form
      • Coaching form
    • All forms must be sent to the secretary by the DC or RA
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Paperwork
  • Clinics and Camps
    • Read the notice carefully for all requirements
    • Member forms
      • Member summary
      • Activity release
      • Adult code of conduct
      • Volunteer form
      • Coggins
      • Stall and/or pinney deposit
    • All forms must be sent to the secretary by the member (or parent)
difficult members parents
Difficult Members / Parents
  • Motivation
  • Personalities
  • Policies
  • Adult Code of Conduct

Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle

using members to teach
Using Members to Teach
  • Financial considerations
  • Leadership
  • Learning

We remember 10% of what we read, but 95% of what we teach

rallies
Rallies
  • Volunteers are KEY – we have jobs for non-horse people as well as those with horse knowledge
  • Unauthorized Assistance
online entry phase 1
Online Entry – Phase 1
  • Database created with rally, camp, clinic data
  • On our website, member (parent) enters all information, including name, club, email address, division, champs intent, extras (meals, shirts, camping, etc.), volunteers– based on available selections for that rally, clinic or camp
  • Member is sent to paypal to make payment (optional)
    • Account is not required
    • Cost is 2.2% plus $0.30 per transaction
  • Information is sent to DC/RA and secretary
online entry phase 11
Online Entry – Phase 1
  • Member closing date is before club closing date
  • Member gives signed activity release, code of conduct (adult and member), coggins, check (if required) to DC/RA
  • DC/RA forms teams, updates divisions, returns spreadsheet to secretary
  • DC/RA mails chaperone form, coaching form, coggins, signed releases, checks to secretary
online entry phase 2
Online Entry – Phase 2
  • Member signs in to register
  • Member database checked, and divisions available to member are based on rating/age
  • DC/RA signs on to check member entries and create teams, update entries
  • DC/RA submits remaining payment using club checking account or debit card
  • Coggins and other forms can be scanned and emailed or sent via mail – these forms can be stored for reuse all year
hunter seat equitation western
Hunter Seat Equitation / Western
  • Why add new disciplines?
    • What is Pony Club, and what do we do well?
    • Finances
  • How can a club incorporate new disciplines?
    • Look for intersections
      • Trail
      • Dressage
      • Hunter Seat Equitation/Show Jumping
      • Hunter Seat Equitation/Riding on the Flat
recruiting
Recruiting
  • Name recognition
  • New marketing materials
  • Logo
fund raising
Fund Raising
  • Annual directory– sell advertising
  • Hunter pace
  • Sell chocolates– at shows, etc.
  • Pooper scooper
  • Horse shows
  • SHOW program
  • Belk dollar days