The Pony Club Queensland State Chief Instructor (SCI) Medals are a non-competitive, recognized program designed to encourage pony club members to progressively develop practical horseperson skills.
The PCQ SCI Medal is about personal practical horseperson development. The strength of the medal is our ability to maintain and retain practical horsepersons through Pony Club Queensland.
The PCQ SCI Medal concept is one of individual development. It presents Queensland pony club members a balanced, not-competitive progressive program of voluntary activities which encourages personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to the Equestrian community.
Queenslander’s on horses, be it in the military, on remote rural properties or at the Olympic games, have been recognised as “good horsemen”.
PCQ SCI medal system has been designed to acknowledge the good practical horseperson within Pony Club Queensland.
The practical principles of the Medal retain the real-world horseperson in our evolving and changing modern society, while in name acknowledge the leadership and commitment of the State Chief Instructor at the time.
PCQ SCI Medals are named in honour of the current PCQ SCI with each medal being individually numbered making it unique to the recipient.
A PCQ SCI Copper Medal holder (12 yrs and under) meets the criteria to nominate for PCQ State Championships with discipline performance qualifications.
A PCQ SCI Bronze/Sliver/Gold Medal holder (13yrs and over) meets the criteria to nominate for PCQ State Champions with discipline performance qualifications.
PCQ State Chief Instructor