New jump for Pony Club
The power of community and college working together has seen the arrival of the most recent addition to the Waiuku Pony Club.
A second jump, was imported from England, and arrived in New Zealand where it was presented to the club.
Earlier in the year, Waiuku Pony club hosted their annual event which sees riders from schools all over Auckland and beyond compete in a number of disciplines. Waiuku College Equestrian Team was one of the schools competing, and individuals received multiple placings from show jumping, show hunter and dressage.
The school said it is great to see their riders participate with pride, sportsmanship and dedication to the school Equestrian team in all situations.
(L-R) Sally Wedzinger Cub President of Waiuku Pony club, Crystal Hackett, Mr Gavin Kew (Teacher in Charge of Equestrian), Tyla Hackett, Judith Coe (Sports Coordinator). Photo supplied.
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