Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center

Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center Horseback Riding Lessons, Spring/Summer/Winter Camps, Horse Boarding & Training, Showing, Official United States Pony Club Riding Center Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center is a Summer Camp service in Aldie, VA, offering Horseback Riding, summer activities, and Pony Club services since 1991.

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Current lesson students:Attention Misty Brae Farm Pony Club Riding Center  members new and old - there will be a meeting...
09/12/2021
Pony Club Memberships

Current lesson students:
Attention Misty Brae Farm Pony Club Riding Center members new and old - there will be a meeting for pony club members at Misty Brae Farm on Sunday September 26th at 1:00 p.m.. All members new and old are welcome to attend. Future meetings will be held on the 3rd Sunday of each month.

Future dates:
October 17th
November 21st
December 19th
January 16th
February 20th
March 20th
April 17th
May 15th
June 19th

You can go to the US Pony Club website to complete your membership online using the link below:

https://www.ponyclub.org/Membership.aspx

New members should fill out the online membership for 2022.
In the top left corner of the application you can fill in the following information:

Name of center: Misty Brae Farm Pony Club Center
Region: Virginia region
Submitted by: Tori Hutcheson
Phone: 703-403-6422

On the right side of the application choose "$200 Prorated New Member"

Please try to complete your application before the first meeting.

Current members should make sure their membership is up to date.

If you have questions feel free to contact Tori (703-403-6422) or Joanne (703-475-5955)

Pony Club - providing opportunities in equine education to horse lovers and enthusiasts of all ages, levels, and disciplines through, standardized, world-renowned curriculum since 1954. USPC brings fun, friendship, and safety for a lifetime of enjoyment with horses and ponies.

09/10/2021
Timeline Photos
09/10/2021

Timeline Photos

Don't miss the video resources we have for you! Learn about the progression from jog out, to parallel leading, parallel longeing, and to pivot longeing for D-3 through the H-HM/H/H-A levels. Find this video, and more on our Youtube channel below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrsM1lYMjvI

#UPSC
#ponyclub
#Ponyclubproud
#equineinstruction
#horsemanagement

09/09/2021
Photos from Midsouth Region Pony Clubs's post
09/09/2021

Photos from Midsouth Region Pony Clubs's post

09/08/2021

😘😘😘😘😘

09/07/2021
Timeline Photos
09/07/2021

Timeline Photos

Did you know that you can support the Pony Club Annual Fund with your purchases from Amazon? AmazonSmile donates to The United States Pony Clubs, Inc., Lexington, KY, when you shop.
Once you sign up through AmazonSmile, be sure to select The United States Pony Clubs, Inc, Lexington, KY, as your designated charity and they will donate a percentage of all purchases back to USPC throughout the year. Start your Holiday shopping now and support Pony Club.
If you are not a shopper, you can still make your own donation to the USPC Annual Fund on our website!

#amazonsmile
#USPC
#ponyclub
#ponyclubproud

09/07/2021
Timeline Photos
09/06/2021

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2022 membership is now available! Prorated options are available for new and returning club and center members. Check out the USPC website for more information on renewing your membership!

#USPC
#Membermonday
#Ponyclub
#PonyClubProud

09/02/2021
08/28/2021

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08/28/2021

That's me!

'ParaGold' Documentary to Follow Paralympic Equestrian Athletes on the Road to Tokyo - The Plaid Horse Magazine
08/28/2021
'ParaGold' Documentary to Follow Paralympic Equestrian Athletes on the Road to Tokyo - The Plaid Horse Magazine

'ParaGold' Documentary to Follow Paralympic Equestrian Athletes on the Road to Tokyo - The Plaid Horse Magazine

Ron Davis is hard at work on his next project. The director of Harry and the Snowman and Life in the Doghouse, Davis has announced his next film will be a documentary on Para Equestrian sport. “ParaGold” will follow five Paralympic equestrian hopefuls—Roxy Trunnell, Rebecca Hart, David Botana ...

08/22/2021

Welcome to equestrian world 🤣
credits: Equitogs

08/17/2021

Toby: Sir, I need to check your basket for apple and carrot treats, for the child of course! #hewashopingtoshare #snacktime #horsingaround #treats #beingmischevious #weloveourcommunity #healthysnacks #tobylovesfruit #communityevent #nationalnightout #workinghorses

https://www.facebook.com/500273500010606/posts/4223393421031910/?sfnsn=mo
08/14/2021

https://www.facebook.com/500273500010606/posts/4223393421031910/?sfnsn=mo

I have always wondered whats best. I try to keep food in front of mine 24/7 but always wondered if this was a good strategy before competing

Unlike humans, horses are designed to run on a full stomach. Feeding your horse 2L of lucerne chaff prior to exercise has two benefits :
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1️⃣ The chaff will form a ball of feed in the stomach, which will help prevent acid from splashing up from the lower part of the stomach to cause gastric ulcers.
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2️⃣ Blood is normally diverted away from the stomach during exercise, which reduces some of its normal protective mechanisms. Research has shown that feeding your horse before exercise actually reduces the amount of blood that is shunted away from the stomach and also increases the amount of blood delivered to the skeletal muscles and muscles of the chest. So not only are you helping to protect the stomach, you also might be improving your horse’s performance.
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For more information : http://ow.ly/CfYy50Dmwnh

Timeline Photos
08/14/2021

Timeline Photos

From the NYB: Ever tried tetrathlon? These amazing athletes compete in 4 athletic competitions testing their stamina, accuracy, speed, endurance, and equestrian skills!

#USPC
#USPonyClubs
#PonyClubProud

08/13/2021

Todays slogan.

08/12/2021

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Photos from The United States Pony Clubs Inc., (USPC) Official Page's post
08/05/2021

Photos from The United States Pony Clubs Inc., (USPC) Official Page's post

07/31/2021

Need a few more reasons to love horses? Check out these fascinating “quick” facts you may not know about our equine friends!

“So the horse that walks around, eats grass, looks at the view and gives every appearance of tranquillity was, in fact, designed by God to explode.” — Dr. George Pratt

Source: National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

07/29/2021

Gelukkig zijn er een paar goede voorbeelden van hoe het plaatje eruit ziet als de ruiter het makkelijk maakt voor het paard. Het Americaanse team werkt samen met een gespecialiseerde ruiter fysiotherapeut, net zoals het Britse team dit al deed (en bij wie ik mijn opleiding volgde) ter voorbereiding van de Olympische Spelen in 2012. Een onafhankelijke zit, rompstabiliteit en symmetrie liggen aan de basis van een goede houding, en dit voor elk niveau van rijden. Van amateur tot professional, werk aan jezelf en alle paarden zullen er beter van worden.
#Ruiterfysio #Zitlesopderijsimulator #Equiphys

07/28/2021
Congratulations USA Dressage!
07/27/2021

Congratulations USA Dressage!

THAT. JUST. HAPPENED. #USADressage is 🥈 at the #TokyoOlympics 🙌 #TeamUSA

07/27/2021
Our United States Pony Club Riding Center members need to have cross country jumps required for them to participate in t...
07/01/2021
MBF Pony Club Riding Center LLC XC Jumps, organized by Tori Hutcheson

Our United States Pony Club Riding Center members need to have cross country jumps required for them to participate in their rating certification testing. All of the USPC clubs have annual fundraisers to support their members. As a Center we have limitations on our ability to fundraise since we are not a non profit even though the students are members of Pony Club and we are Members as a Center. That means that the our students access USPC through my riding program as they do not own their own horse. They use horses and ponies from my riding program. That is the biggest difference and is limiting what the kids can do to fundraise. I have not had my students do a fundraiser before. My husband and I have usually built the jumps or a parent has helped to build jumps for this purpose. The jumps are required for the Certifications and are not something I would usually use in the riding program. My husband can not help build jumps currently due to health reasons. This is what has prompted the USPC Center members to start the fundraiser. Please consider helping our Pony Club Center riders with their fundraising for cross country jumps.
https://gofund.me/048a9460

Misty Brae Farm Pony Club Riding Center LLC is fundraising for new cross coun… Tori Hutcheson needs your support for MBF Pony Club Riding Center LLC XC Jumps

Photos from Snowman: The Eighty Dollar Champion's post
06/27/2021

Photos from Snowman: The Eighty Dollar Champion's post

06/25/2021
06/20/2021

If you haven't dewormed yet, it's time!

How to Speak to Our Youth About Showing - The Plaid Horse Magazine
06/10/2021
How to Speak to Our Youth About Showing - The Plaid Horse Magazine

How to Speak to Our Youth About Showing - The Plaid Horse Magazine

Photo: Abi Kelley gives her horse, Ishana III an appreciative hug after a great round in the Low Junior Jumpers. By Kirstie Dobbs and Hailey Johns What’s the first question that you ask a young rider when they return home from a horse show? Is it, “How did you ride?” Or, is it, “How did […...

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40295 New Rd
Aldie, VA
20105

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Monday 7am - 9pm
Tuesday 7am - 9pm
Wednesday 7am - 9pm
Thursday 7am - 9pm
Friday 7am - 9pm
Saturday 8am - 2pm
Sunday 8am - 4pm

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(703) 403-6422

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Apparel order is done 😁 Will be dropping it off at MBF in the apartment by tomorrow evening!
We took 3 ouf our grandchildren for their first riding lesson on Saturday and WOW, talk about being impressed! Went from 3 kids ages 6,7 and 11 being pretty nervous to wanting to go back as soon as possible! They loved the experience.
My granddaughter, Caroline, is taking weekly lessons at MB, and is interested in possibly working at the barn over the summer. Another rider's mother told me it's possible for the kids to work and help out with the summer camps. Could someone give me more information on that, and how I might be able to get Caroline involved? Thank you!
KELLY'S FORD equestrian center FUN SHOW !! February 24th in our heated indoor arena