New D1 members of GFPC include top, left to right, Julia Glenn and Joeline Glenn (both of Anderson, S.C.), Emily Hengstmann and Anna Hengstmann (both of Taylors); bottom, left to right, Kyra Cassell (of Travelers Rest, S.C.) and Lucy Sandahl (of Landrum). (photo submitted)
New D1 members of GFPC include top, left to right, Julia Glenn and Joeline Glenn (both of Anderson, S.C.), Emily Hengstmann and Anna Hengstmann (both of Taylors); bottom, left to right, Kyra Cassell (of Travelers Rest, S.C.) and Lucy Sandahl (of Landrum). (photo submitted)

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Greenville Foothills Pony Club celebrates D1 members

Published 9:26am Monday, April 8, 2013

Greenville Foothills Pony Club (GFPC) recently congratulated its newest D1 level members.

These girls endured the cold rain and wind to demonstrate their horse knowledge and riding ability to achieve the D1 level certification.

Founded in 1970, GFPC is a non-profit organization that serves the equestrian youth of the upstate and surrounding foothills.

GFPC, part of the United States Pony Club, is the largest pony club in the Carolina Region, and currently has 48 members who range in age from 7 to 23, and in rating from UR to B.

For more information, contact Carolyn Culbertson at chculbertson@earthlink.net.

– article submitted by Carolyn Culbertson

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