Oregon Region Board
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Annie Winter

Regional Supervisor


(541) 678-1914

Annie was born in Wales and moved to Yorkshire,

England when she was 12 yrs old, where she was a member of the Wentworth Pony Club. She received her B certification on her Connemara pony, Toppy. Annie resides in Sisters, OR with her husband David and their youngest, Chloe, who is a senior in high school. Daughters Sophie and Molly are both attending UO and all three girls had wonderful experiences with High Lakes Pony Club, attending many rallies, summer camps, and club lessons. The family has four horses, three dogs, two cats, and Spartacus the Rabbit. Annie was DC of High Lakes PC for eight years and has served on the Regional Board for many years as both RS and Vice-RS. 


Courtney Lewis

Vice - Regional Supervisor of Rallies / Volunteer Coordinator


(503) 936-0469

Courtney has been the unmounted educational coordinator for Oregon Trail Pony Club since 2020 and now serving as the Secretary for their club.  She has two daughters, Lucy and Janie.  Lucy has been in Pony Club for 3 years and has her C1 in Eventing and Janie just recently joined Pony Club in October and has her D1 certification.  Courtney grew up competing in Eventing, Dressage and then Hunter/Jumpers as an adult and now enjoys watching her daughters ride and compete. 

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Adria Fix

Horse Management Organizer


(503) 706-9073

Adria has been involved with horses for 30 years, teaching for 13 years, running a program for 11 years and most recently having a Pony Club Riding Center for the past 5 years. She started with Eventing in middle school and continued through High School. During College she rode on her college's IHSA team making it to Zone's in her senior year. After college, she bought her very first horse herself (Bren) and continued in eventing and eventually landing a teaching and managing job at a barn. She started a Pony Club Riding Center as a way to bring the Horsemanship and Management side of horses to her students who did not own horses. It has turned into one of the best decisions for her program. She is looking forward to helping all Centers and Clubs bring the best HM possible to their members.

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Amy McCaffrey

Regional Instruction Coordinator


(503) 260-2695

Amy joined Pony Club in 2016 as an ACA with the startup of the first Pony Club Riding Center in Oregon. She and Adria Fix had a vision for their separate riding schools to bring all the knowledge of Pony Club to their students. As a child in the 70s and onward, Pony Club was not readily available in her area, but she always wished to join after reading about it in magazines and Thelwell books. She began hunter/jumper

riding lessons in 2nd grade at Quiet Valley Farm after her mom caught her constantly sneaking thru the fence at her grandparents' little farm trying to climb on the neighbors' equines. She was fortunate to have an instructor who taught the Pony Club way and didn't limit all the instruction to only hunter/jumpers but provided an extremely varied experience in different English riding disciplines.

        Amy graduated from Beaverton High School, attended Univ. of Portland with a BA in History and was a member of Phi Alpha Theta. Following in her father's footsteps, she graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School. Practicing law showed her that sitting behind a desk did not satisfy her ADHD-outdoorsy lifestyle. After helping manage a H/J program part-time while practicing law, she decided to trade her legal hat for a helmet and open her own riding school in 2015, and has never looked back.


Elizabeth Larson

Vice-RS of Community


(541) 213-9657

Hi! I’m Elizabeth Larson. I’ve been a part of the Oregon Region for just over a decade. I grew up in Bend, OR with the High Lakes Pony Club. For the past four years, I attended Willamette University in Salem. I became a Patton Valley member and attained my H-A and C-3 certifications while in college. Now I’m back in Bend working in biomanufacturing R&D. In regards to Pony Club, I’m interested in building community inclusiveness and increasing access to education. I believe that warmth, kindness and teamwork are essential to quality leadership.


Kara Warner

Regional Treasurer


(541) 231-7651

Dr. Kara Warner is a current ORUSPC member with Iron Horse Riding Center. In her professional life, Kara is an environmental toxicologist who works for a global environmental and engineering services firm. When she's not assessing risk, she's out in the barn cleaning up after her two horses or frolicking with her miniature goats. She even gets to ride occasionally on her little farm in Sherwood. As an adult member, Kara has learned a TON from Pony Club and looks forward to returning the favor by serving on the Regional Board.


Anna Hohl

Regional Secretary


(503) 953-3895

Anna joined the Regional Board in 2020 and has been involved with Pony Club since 2018. She is also the DC of Highland Riders Pony Club, where her daughters, Madeline and Evelyn, are members.  Anna has fond memories of growing up riding horses, but now lives vicariously through her two horse-crazy daughters.

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