The National Chincoteague Pony Association -- 360-671-8338

Membership Benefits

The National Chincoteague Pony Association, non-profit, founded in the mid 80's by Gale Park Frederick offers three memberships. Voting Membership is $150./year. Life Memberships are $100 which includes a Certificate of Recognition and a Membership Card. A Membership is $10 for 1 year, which includes a Membership Card in your Name. If you wish to register your pony the registration fee is $75 for Member or $100 for non-member. If you would like to join or need more information just click "MORE INFORMATION" below.

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Rus Handy feeding hay to the ponies.

Bayside of The Shore (Mare 15 yrs old)
April, Jeff Stepanian and Jim Frederick

Rus Handy, Ken and Marlene Park
Crackerjack of Assateague Stud Foal, one month old.

Angela Park and Born To Run (one month old filly foal)
later named, Night Dancer.

Deb and Betz 1977



Membership Benefits

20% off Merchandise located on the Store Page.

Quarterly up-dates on the Association and Farm News about the Chincoteague Ponies.

Prestige of being a Member of the oldest and First Chincoteague Pony Registry and
Association founded in July 1984.

A membership card with your name inscribed and entry in the Membership Book

Additional for Lifetime Membership:

A certificate that is worthy of framing.

Take an additional 10% off all merchandise

Click here: VolunteerMatch: Where Volunteering Begins

Emily Shapley telling the Chincoteague Ponies how they will grow up to be big, strong and proud.
Sterling Silver, stud colt pinto, l month of age. B.G.'s Sorbet Dream Stud Colt, 2 months of age,
( now dark liver chestnut in color with flaxen mane and tail).


Volunteers on the Chincoteague Pony Farm

Shane, volunteer at the Chincoteague Pony Farm
The Largest Private Herd in America

Volunteer Jeff with Crackerjack Stud Colt

Jeff, a trainer and volunteer on the
Registered Chincoteague Pony Farm

Shane Volunteers on the Chincoteague Pony Farm
in Bellingham, WA.

Misha, volunteer with Shooting Star Filly

Misha, with her barn wreath



Chincoteague Pony Farm Visitors
Rainy Filly and Misty of Chincoteague Filly.
Open Farm Day,  July 1990

8 year old Gavin getting
kisses and snuggles from
Shooting Star. 2006
Shooting Star







Shooting Star enjoying Summer
in the open grassy fields. 2006

Shooting Star Filly, 2 years - 15 HH 2006

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