Pony club hopes teenagers can spur a revival

Laine Dennis and Leo in the dressage at the Warrego pony club shield day. Photo Lauren Jones

THE WORKERS behind the Warrego pony club were gratified by a strong turnout for their gymkhana at the weekend, but it was back to slim pickings as usual for their shield day. The gymkhana in the showgrounds pony club ring was an open event, available to non-members, and 38 riders threw a leg over on Saturday.

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