About Club Pony Pals
Club Pony Pals is a free to play game, virtual world and COPPA compliant social network that is based on author Jeanne Betancourt's Pony Pals books published by Scholastic.
Our Club lets everyone own, care for and ride the pony they always wanted - online. Club Pony Pals is a browser based flash game that does not require any downloads. It's also a 100% adult-moderated social network where kids of any age can exchange messages, usually involving ponies.
Anyone who has read the Pony Pals books knows that the imaginary town of Wiggins, Connecticut is a safe, small town where three best friends named Pam, Anna and Lulu ride their ponies together.
These girls call their riding club the 'Pony Pals.'
Even if someone has not read the books, Club Pony Pals is where anyone anywhere on earth can adopt a virtual pony. Once a member adopts their free pony, they will need to care for it so they can take it on virtual rides along Wiggins' roads and trails. New features and trails are added all the time.
When someone signs up as a member, they can choose their new, free pony's color and name. Members also can then buy at Olson's horse farm a second and even third pony. That purchase brings a free personal cabin to decorate and access to special areas only open to members who buy extra ponies and pay for their monthly board.
How can I write to the Pony Pals?
You can send the Pony Pals a message on our Forum.
What makes Club Pony Pals different?
This site operates on Pony Pals rules. In Ms. Betancourt's Pony Pals books, girls enjoy the same things their ponies do, like adventures and taking care of each other.
Ponies don't care if their rider is pretty, perfectly dressed or has the most expensive stuff in the barn. In Club Pony Pals there are only two questions any pony has:
- Who is the boss?
- Where are we going?
Hint -- If the answer to the first question is not "the rider" the pony answers the second question, often at a gallop.
In Club Pony Pals, like the real world, ponies are not ATV's. Keeping and riding a pony means its rider has to keep track of when they or their pony are hungry or tired.
Ponies teach their riders to have healthy boundaries, to accept responsibility with self-confidence and to believe in themselves. Good riders know they can handle whatever comes their way.
Just like in the Pony Pals books and the real world, our site's members succeed by showing care and affection for their ponies and by trying adventures with a feeling of "I can do this."
Contact Club Pony Pals
Want to send us something?
Send your drawings or letters to Club Pony Pals in an email. Or you can mail them to:
Club Pony Pals
16654 Soledad Canyon Rd. #382
Canyon Country, CA 91387
If you have a question try our Help page on the top right. You can also look at Ping a Pony Pal Pundit in our Forum.
Welcome to the barn!
Club Pony Pals Equine Art by Shadow Horse Studios