USPC Launches the Pony Club Podcast

The United States Pony Clubs, Inc., is proud to announce the recent release of the first episode of the Pony Club Podcast.

Episode 1 features an inspiring interview with USPC leaders, President Ben Duke, and Executive Director Teresa Woods. The two Pony Club leaders share their backgrounds and advice to succeed in life—from following your passions to the joy of lifelong learning—along with the many reasons they are proud to be part of Pony Club.

Future episodes will include the buzz on Pony Club events, activities, and more. Upcoming episodes will feature interviews with equestrians, industry professionals, Pony Club members, staff, and volunteers, as well as talented riders who got their start with the organization. Guest experts will also share insights and education with Pony Club members.

Listen and subscribe at https://ponyclubpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or tune in on your favorite podcast players including Spotify and Stitcher, with more coming soon.

The podcast joins Discover USPC magazine, the official magazine of the United States Pony Clubs Inc., and the USPC Blog. To keep up with the latest, follow Pony Club on Instagram and Facebook.

About Pony Club  The United States Pony Clubs, Inc. (Pony Club) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization that builds the foundation of teamwork and sportsmanship through riding, mounted sports, care of horses and ponies, while developing and enhancing leadership, confidence, responsibility, and a sense of community in its youth and adult members. USPC is proud to offer instruction and competitive opportunities in more than 10 different disciplines through hundreds of clubs and centers across the United States. Pony Club’s educational standards continue to be instrumental in curriculum development for schools, universities, equestrian professionals and organizations across the United States. Many of the nation’s top equestrians, including Olympic team members, as well as successful business professionals and leaders in a variety of fields, have roots in Pony Club.

Press Contact: Samantha Smith, communications@ponyclub.org
Pony Club:  www.ponyclub.org, 859-254-7669

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