About Frederick

The United States Pony Clubs, Inc., develops character, leadership, confidence and a sense of community in youth through a program that teaches the care of horses and ponies, riding and mounted sports.


 The Frederick Pony Club is a local pony club of the Capital Region of the United States Pony Clubs, Inc. It was   founded in 1962 and is located in Frederick County, Maryland.

 The Pony Club grounds, Moxley Field, are located at 4614 Ijamsville Rd, Ijamsville, Maryland 21754

 We are proud to be one of the few USPC clubs with our very own field, clubhouse and temporary stabling. 

 Frederick PC is actively recruiting new youth (5-25) and horsemaster (25+) members. Members may use our   field at any time! We have a strong history in games, eventing, show jumping, dressage, quiz and foxhunting,   but we also enjoy participating in tetrathlon, polocross and polo. 


We were honored to win a 2019 Maryland Horse Industry Board grant for repair our clubhouse, judges stands and get our mowers out of the mud. Our members and families worked hard to fix fencing and keep the field mowed and lovely. 

 Our focus is on producing a well rounded equestrian through mounted instruction, unmounted education   and  fun field trips to learn new aspects of the horse industry.  We welcome dual members form other Pony   Clubs and 4H participants. If you are interested in IEA/IHSA, Pony Club is a great way to get into switch-rides!            

 We have many wonderful volunteers who are Frederick alumni. Many have gone on to be professional   equestrians, including a member of the Pan-American Games Squad as well as successful amateurs.













USPC Pony Clubs and Riding Centers are assigned to one of 41 geographical regions, which are administered by a volunteer Regional Supervisor (RS) and other appointed and elected officers. Regions offer additional activities and opportunities for members and support for the club and center leaders under their administration. Frederick Pony Club is part of the Capital Region. Visit the region's website for the contact information for the Regional Officers.

Visit the Pony Club website to learn more about the Pony Club educational program, national events, activities and opportunities for members.