The 2011 Pony Club annual – packed full of highlights of the past year – is out now.

The annual is free to all members, but extra copies can be bought for £3. It is a review of The Pony Club Year, featuring training articles – including jumping exercises – as well as a round up of all the fundraising action through the Animal Health Trust’s (AHT) Pony Power campaign.

The publication was brought out in 2009, after a 20 year break, as part of The Pony Club’s 80th anniversary.

“As always our branches and centres have provided us with some fantastic images of their Pony Club achievements and fun throughout 2011,” said Clare Walkeden, editor of The Pony Club Annual.

“The Annual is a really special publication as it shows the full array of what Pony Club Members get up to, and for many acts as a lasting record of their achievements”.

The publication is supported by the AHT, who have been The Pony Club’s charity of the year for 2010-2011.

“Our second full year of working with The Pony Cub has been a lot of fun and a great success in educating people of all ages that a healthy pony is a happy pony. All around the UK The Pony Club has raised urgent funds for the AHT’s work and we would like the say thank you to all involved,” said the AHT’s Andrew Simmonds.

To purchase the annual visit: www.pcuk.org