Stable Scoop Radio Show Episode 18 – Pony Club in America and Canada

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Stable Scoop Radio Show Episode 18 – Pony Club in America and Canada

It is all about Pony Club this week as we speak with the Directors of the United States and Canadian Pony Clubs. Plus, we are joined by a very sharp co-host in Jessie Barker who is a current member of the United States Pony Club. Jessie keeps Helena and Glenn the Geek straight as we talk about the past and future of Pony Club. Congrats to the Canadians on their 75th coming up in 2009. Hmmmm… what is the 75th Anniversary? Not diamonds, not gold, wait it is probably a grey thoroughbred! Listen in….

  • The winners have been announced in the Holiday Giveaway. See if you won with Rods or Equestrian Collections. Thanks to everyone who participated.
  • The winner of the Pink Overalls write-in contest will be announced in the Christmas Episode to be released December 23, 2008. We had over 60 entries, there are a whole lot of pink lovers out there.
  • Our co-host this week did a fantastic job and gives us all hope for the future of America. Thank you to Jessie Barker, member of the United States Pony Club from the Quentin Pony Club in Central Pennsylvania.
  • Joining us today from the United States Pony Clubwas Executive Director Peggy Entrekin. Thank you for your insights on what’s new with Pony Club in America.
  • With us from our neighbor to the North was Val Crowe, Administrator for the Canadian Pony Club. She has some exciting news for us…

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About Deanna Castro

Deanna Castro has been training horses and riders professionally for over 18 years. She trains riders in Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Showmanship and Trail Riding. Deanna is married to Native American Horse Trainer Fredi Castro and she is the author of "Six Weeks to a Better Horse".
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