About Diamondback

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.


About Diamondback Pony Club


Diamondback Pony Club is an active club of about a dozen members.  We hold mounted (riding) and unmounted (non-riding) meetings.  Meetings are taught by local instructors and Upper Level Members.   During unmounted meetings, members learn about many aspects of horse care such as saddle and bridle parts, tack care, feeding, vaccinations, etc.    


We are a small club that is very much family oriented. We could not survive without our parents and other volunteers supporting us. They trailer horses, help at camp, build jumps, chaperone at rallies etc. Pony Club is an opportunity to find friendship, education, horses and memories that you will keep for a lifetime.



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. Diamondback Pony Club is part of the Southwest Region. Visit the region's website for the contact information for the Regional Officers.

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