Quiz Rally is a team competition used to educate Pony Club members in all areas of horse care. Areas of competition can include: Barn (hands-on working with horses and barn issues), Mega Room (hands-on recognition of equipment), Stations (teamwork to solve equine issues), Classroom (answering horse-related questions verbally) and Written Test (answering written horse-related questions). To give you examples of some of the questions our members might get at this rally, we have prepared two handouts: Ages 5-14 and Ages 14+. We look forward to welcoming your son or daughter at our Quiz Rally this February for a tour from 10:00am to 12:00pm to see if Pony Club is suitable for your family’s interest with horses. Here is a flyer for the free guest Quiz Rally tour.
What does it cost?
Guests: no charge for the tour.
10 am - 12 pm (must be registered by 2/18/2020 through VRPC website)
Lunch is available for purchase during registration or you may bring a bag lunch.
How do we register?
Registration required: opens Jan 3. If purchasing lunch, payment is required by midnight on February 18. Click on this link after Jan 3 to register for the free tour and purchase optional lunch order.
What do we wear?
Paddock boots or any hard-soled shoes that cover the ankle & warm clothes for the outdoor barn phase.
Pre-registration and waiver signatures are required. Special needs will be accommodated; please indicate during registration. Children under the age of 12 are required to have an adult present at all times. Virginia Region volunteers will guide parents and their children through all the phases of our rally and finish with a horse-related craft activity in the Visitor Center. Our volunteers are looking forward to answering all questions during this tour about Pony Club . Non-member participants should arrive promptly at 10:00 am. Tour will begin promptly at 10:00 am and finish by 12:00 pm. Families are welcome to stay for lunch (you may bring your own or order lunch ahead of time).
We will have membership booth at Quiz Rally and encourage you to talk to people there. Generally, members join a local club near their home or barn. You can see a general map of our local clubs on our website and contact each club's or center's officers directly. Or you can contact our VRPC Membership Coordinator at VRPCMembership@gmail.com to find out which Clubs or Centers you should consider.