The National Pony Society formed with the intention of improving and encouraging the breeding of quality riding ponies and experienced and dedicated breeders and owners form the bedrock of its membership. One of the society’s principal objectives is to promote and share knowledge about the use and management of ponies and to act in an advisory capacity in reported cases of ill treatment of ponies. The pages that follow are intended to provide useful information and links to assist with these aims.
In recent years the NPS has made contributions to the British Horse Society’s national castration scheme, in an effort to discourage indiscriminate breeding and facilitate access to further welfare education. NPS members have had the opportunity to attend BHS welfare training days and the NPS now have a number of trained NPS Welfare Officers in various parts of the country.
The NPS aims to promote and protect the highest welfare and education standards in all its activities and will continue to ensure these priorities influence all its work.
The National Pony Society recognises that financial stresses as a result of Covid19 may find some of our members in difficulty caring for their ponies.
Whilst it’s understood that this might be the case only in extreme circumstances it is hoped that any member who finds themselves unable to cope would, in the first instance, contact the NPS who may be able to advise.
The welfare and protection of our ponies is at the heart of the NPS and we are very aware that this pandemic is causing problems for some.
|NPS AREA 4||Area 4 Officer||Please contact the office for details||01420 88333|
|NPS AREA 5||Linda Struszczakfirstname.lastname@example.org||07809 219599|
|NPS AREA 20||Angela Kemberemail@example.com||07906 451630|
|NPS AREA 20||Pauline Reynoldsfirstname.lastname@example.org||07889 463128|
|NPS AREA 28||Lesley Hillard||Lbhillard@hotmail.co.uk||07443 425845|
|NPS AREA 29||David Robertsemail@example.com||07507 793825|