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Getting ready to ride again

GREAT JUMP: Kumbia Pony Club's Naomi Baldacchino clears the jump.
GREAT JUMP: Kumbia Pony Club's Naomi Baldacchino clears the jump. Aiden Burgess

KUMBIA Hack and Pony Club is preparing to start off another great year of successful club activities by holding its annual general meeting and sign-on evening on Friday night at Kumbia Sportsgrounds.

The club will reach a special milestone this year as it celebrates its 50th birthday.

Club president Steve Young said Friday night's sign-on evening would have a relaxed atmosphere, with light refreshments, tea and coffee provided.

A big year is planned for the club's riders, with many competitions scheduled in the zone and further afield.

A program has been set out for riders attending the club rally days to attain their pony club certificates. These start at D level for the less experienced riders and are graded from there up to K level.

The Kumbia club has four instructors as well as other members in training available to assist riders from the basic level up to state level.

The club's year begins with a Zone 8 camp held at Kumbia Sportsgrounds on Saturday, February 2, and Sunday, February 3.

The AGM starts at 6.30pm with the sign-on evening to follow at the Kumbia Hack and Pony Club grounds at Kumbia Sportsgrounds. For more information contact 4164 5544 or 4162 4536.  

South Burnett

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