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Membership

The New Forest Pony Society of North America offers several types of memberships. The membership year runs from January 1 to December 31. 

Rules & Regulations

 

The mission of the New Forest Pony Society of North America (NFPSNA) is to promote, preserve and purify the New Forest Pony Breed in North America in ways that are consistent with the rules and regulations of the New Forest Pony Society in the UK.

 

As such, there are rules and regulations that must be adhered to by the Society in order to correctly preserve the purity of the breed and ensure fairness to members.  

In order to keep members up-to-date

on the latest rules and regulations of the society, an electronic version is maintained and redistributed to members on updates, as well as posted to the website. 

Be sure to check back often to ensure you are working with the latest version.  ​

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NFPSNA Publications​

The New Forest Pony Society of North America produces three primary publications for their members; each is reviewed below

 
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Newsletters

Produced on a quarterly basis, the newsletter, New Forest Nickers, keeps members up-to-date on Society happenings, as well as New Forest Pony happenings throughout North America. 

 

Critical information such as rule changes, upcoming deadlines and Board discussions and decisions are included in the newsletter.  And, of course, member updates are most welcome additions. 

 

This is where NFPSNA members can connect with each other, share triumphs and trials, and send in lots of great photos for publication. 

You’ll also find the most current Show Points in the quarterly newsletter, with a picture of the competitors, and even some updates on New Forest Newsmakers across the globe. 

 

Electronic delivery of the newsletter is free with membership, or printed copy (b&w), may be added for a small subscription fee. 

 

Deadlines for newsletter contributions are January 15, April 15, July 15 and October 15. 
Annual Report

 

The NFPSNA Annual Report is a members-only publication that provides a summary of the Society’s business for the past year. 

The Annual Report is sent out electronically at the end of January to all members from the previous year. 

 

Components typically include, but are not limited to:

  • Letter from the President

  • Registrar’s Report

  • Treasurer’s Report

  • Website Report

  • Marketing Report

  • Year-End Awards Winners

  • Lifetime Achievement Points​

Studbook

 

The NFPSNA Studbook is the official publication recording all ponies registered, licensed and/or transferred by the New Forest Pony Society of North America for the year. 

 

Components include:

  • Breed Standards

  • NFPSNA Licensed Stallions

  • Non-NFPSNA Licensed Stallions from which offspring may be registered

  • New Purebred, Part-Bred and Section X Registrations

  • Transfers of Registry

  • Transfers of Ownership

 

Complete Listing of All Ponies Registered with the NFPSNAThe Studbook is printed and delivered as a hard copy at the end of January for all members from the prior year. 

 

For those interested in collecting all the volumes and preserving the history of New Forest Ponies registered in North America, past copies are available for purchase.​

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