The Queen’s Cup

ABOUT the Queen’s Cup 2024:

The Queen’s Cup is a Prize for a Pony. The Queen’s Cup is a lovely trophy and a cash award of $1000.00.



To Enter this Game you must attend and participate in a minimum of three of the following events.

1.) Draft Horse and Precision Games: Jousting (February 17)

2.) Romp and Trot, a Cart and Sled Pull Event: The Long Distance Cart Race (March 2)

3.) Derby Day: The Derby Race (with Handler if we have enough) (May 4)

4.) Western Day: Trail (August 17)

5.) English Day: Dressage event (November 16)

6.) English Day: Obstacle Course (Blindfolded) (November 16)

The Queens Cup 2024

will be given to the Pony that participates in a minimum of 3 of our SIX Pony Play events, and accumulates the largest amount of ribbon points,

1st Place = 3
2nd Place = 2
3rd Place = 1

This is a HIGH Point Ribbon Contest. Each event shall have one Pony race/event that The Queens Cup ribbons are awarded for. This will be a derby race, a long distance cart race, a western event (barrel race), and English event (Dressage, The Obstacle Course (blindfolded). Each event has its own type of race/event, and is clearly announced as The Queen’s Cup Race/Event 2024.

The prize is for the Pony. You do not need a partner nor the same Trainer for all events. As long as the Pony registers for the event, participates in whatever the Pony Play program for that event is (Example, Romp and Trot, a Cart and Sled Pull event) and competes in the Queens Cup Race/Event for that event, then that is all that is required.

A single Pony may ask subMissAnn or any LAPACC Trainer/Handler to take their reins at all the events. They will be at the all events as a Trainer/Handler, there to train, take reins, assist however they can, and in general, share the joy of Pony Play with participants.

Events using a Cart: this year, we will allow Ponies to select their rein holders.

Good Luck!


Past Winners:


2023 Winner


2022 Winner


2015 Winner

Ebony Midnight

2014 Winner


2013 Winner


The Queen’s Cup will take place at the Los Angeles Pony and Critter Club Pony Track and Dressage Arena in Tarzana, California.