3639 Alpine Road
Portola Valley, CA 94028


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Dream of being in Pony Club? Don’t own your own horse? Glenoaks is a recognized Pony Club Riding Center offering the national Pony Club curriculum for those who don’t yet own a horse as well as for horse owners.
The United States Pony Club, Inc. is the largest equestrian educational organization in the world. Members learn riding and the care of horses through mounted sports. Members have access to educational standards & achievements, the chance to participate in activities such as lessons & certifications, rallies & competitions, Championships and Pony Club Festival.

At Glenoaks Pony Club Riding Center there is fun on and off the horse, with an emphasis on safety and horsemanship.

Glenoaks Pony Club is FULL!

To be added to the wait-list please contact Charlotte at: carrouye@alumni.scu.edu 

2019 Fall Session:
"Required Informational Orientation: Sunday August 11th 2-3pm"

*With the exception of the first meeting, the session meets every other Sunday 2-5pm for 10 meetings
August : 25th
September: 1st, 15th, 29th
October: 13th, 27th
November: 10th, 24th
December: 8th, 15th

Fall Session Center Dues:
$1350 to Isola Stables

New Member Dues:
$600 to Isola Stables
New member dues covers all of the new member needs: National and Regional dues, Pony Club Polo, Pony Club Saddle Pad, Pony Club Pin, Pony Club Manual, Medical Armband, and workbooks etc.

Returning Members Dues:
Annual National USPC Membership: $145 with renewal application to National Office
Annual Regional Dues: $50 to Middle California Region, USPC


Pony Club
MidCal Region

Charlotte Arrouye

Head Pony Club Instructor &

Assistant Center Administrator

Charlotte first learned to ride in summer camps in France as a child and her passion for horses only strengthened from there. Growing up here in the Bay Area she leased her first pony in middle school and got her first horse in high school. Charlotte grew up in the United States Pony Clubs and the equivalent FFE levels in France. Through those she fell in love with the world of Eventing and the study of horse management, going on to compete in several Championships in Virginia and Kentucky. She went on to ride on Santa Clara University’s IHSA Equestrian Team riding Hunt Seat Equitation and making it to post season several times as well as Nationals. Charlotte has been teaching and has served as a lower level certification examiner for the USPC for the past 3 years. She continues to be very involved in giving back to USPC on a local and national level while teaching riding lessons to kids beginning and developing their riding and horsemanship skills here at Isola Riding Academy. Come learn to ride with us :)

To be put on the wait-list at Glenoaks Stables' Pony Club, contact  Charlotte at: carrouye@alumni.scu.edu 

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