Canadian Pony Club Central Ontario

Equine Code of Practice Survey

Undertaken by the Horse Welfare Alliance of Canada. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey and assist this group in assessing the current level of understanding and practice surrounding the Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Equines.

Loyalty • Character • Sportsmanship

cpc2Canadian Pony Club is a member-based association, managed by volunteers, mandated to serve the needs of Canadian youth, ages 6 to 25 years of age, who are interested in riding, learning about and/or caring for horses or ponies.

The Canadian Pony Club is committed to the vision:

To provide the opportunity for every child in Canada to have a positive experience with horses through providing opportunities:

  • For Education
  • To Learn responsibility, sportsmanship and good citizenship
  • For Enjoyment and/or competitive success with horses

Membership in Canadian Pony Club includes approximately 4,500 individual members, organized through 175 branch clubs, from coast-to-coast in Canada

The Central Ontario Region (COR) of the Canadian Pony Club (CPC) stretches from Lake Ontario to James Bay and Highway 27 to Napanee.

In addition to our Education and Testing, key regional events are:

Central Ontario Region is a Member of the Ontario Equestrian Federation


The southern portion of our region is densely populated with branches.

See the branch location map below for the location of the Central Ontario Region Branches.

Contact information for the Central Ontario Region Clubs can be found by clicking on the Directory Button at the top of the home page beside the Twitter Icon

COR Branches


Click on the map below

to show branch locations

COR-Branch-Locations-Map

COR Awards

Central Ontario Region offers a number of awards and recognition for members.
Watch the Calendar for submission deadlines

Upcoming Events

Stay current with upcoming events
Download our Events List
View our online calendar

COR Videos


Thanks for visiting the Central Ontario Region Home Page. If you have comments or would like more information on Pony Club or on branches in the Central Ontario Region, please contact the Regional Chair.