wiggins weekly

Volume 9 Issue 28
January 10 - 16, 2016

Enter more than once if you like!

The Rules:

1. The drawing must include a horse.
2. You do not need to be a part of a club to enter this contest.
3. The drawing can be color or black and white.
4. Send entries to
Winner in each category gets 1000 Wbucks, runner up gets 500.

That's about it. All entries will be published in the Pony Pals Magazine.If we get enough entries, we will have both a black and white and a color category, so enter twice for two chances to win.



drawing by simbasimba is this month's coloring contest. Click the horse to color this drawing

Winners will be announced in the Wiggins Weekly. All art will be published in Pony Pals Magazine.

To Enter this Month's Blanket Contest, click here

To Enter this Month's Coloring Contest, click here

To Enter this month's Drawing Contest Click here


Write an Article for the Pony Pals Magazine

Our Pony Pals Magazine features members' stories. Winning stories and poems will be published in Pony Pals Magazine. All entries must be original, meaning that the member who enters them must have written the text. To be eligible the story or poem must have a horse or pony in it someplace. All entries published in the Magazine will earn 500 Wiggins Bucks, the best stories and poems will earn 3000 Wiggins bucks and trophy for the writer. Articles must be at least 500 words long.

Enter the story and poem contest here

We also want cartoons, book reviews, letters and photos. If a kids face is shown in the photos, we must have a written note from their parent saying it is OK. As always, the cover photo earns 3000 Wbucks and a pink English saddle. Get yours in now! Email photos and cartoons to contests@clubponypals.com

To get an idea of what kind of material we want, read Pony Pals magazine


Winner receives 3000 WBucks
and Gold Quill Trophy
Story Contest
Runners up receive 500 WB
and the Silver Quill Trophy
Story Contest

All entries get a
Green quill writer award

writer award


Winners will be announced in the Wiggins Weekly. All art will be published in Pony Pals Magazine.


Mini Game High Scores
January 3 - 9, 2016

Math High Scores
Earn the Most Wiggins Bucks

Subtraction Action and Multiplication Station games in Pams Game Loft will let you earn 200 Wbucks every day for playing either of those games. Add Like Mad, the addition game pays 100 Wiggins bucks for daily play. Weekly winners for Subtraction Action and Multiplication Station get get double awards, 600 Wbucks for the top ten players, 2000 Wbucks for the highest score. Add like Mad pays 1000 Wbucks for the highest weekly score, 300 for the next nine high scores each week.
If there is a math scores sweep where one player has the highest score for all math games in a week, that member gets 3000 Wbucks, gets a rare math sweep trophy and becomes ineligible to earn Wbucks in the math games in the future.

Dizzy bee
Horse Admirer 500
Horse Admirer 500
Laura Emily
if you had played you would have won!
Princess Carmen
if you had played you would have won!
if you had played you would have won!


   Scavenger Hunt 
Dizzy bee
if you had played you would have won!
if you had played you would have won!
if you had played you would have won!
Ride the Cross Country Trail
Five fastest times win a trophy.
  Cross Country Course South  
  Cross Country Course North 
Dizzy bee

Pony Pal Poem for the Week

Alone with the Wind
By: Horsesforever12

Like a ghost seeking prey
The wind twists and wines around me
Upon the sandy dunes it quietly lay,
Moments later it dashes about like a stormy sea.
I am alone. Utterly, breathtakingly alone.
Before me the sky melts with the desert horizon
I am a wanderer, a nomad with no home.
I feel as though I may die, but I have just begun.
As the day heat wanes to a night cool
Oceans of heavenly hosts occupy the dusky sky
I start to wonder if I am a fool
To crave freedom and hope to fly.
I am but a human, alone, desperately alone
Without a spot of food, without a drop of water
Shuffling in the sand, standing where the wind has blown
A mortal fate shall soon slaughter.
And there, as lay with my back against the cooling sand
Staring at the twilight heaven hemmed with stars
A soft noise caresses the soundless land
A whinny etched with memories and scars
I fly to my feet and peer deep into the night
With only stars for light, the shadows overcome
Surely, truly, it must be there! It must be plight!
Crazed by loneliness, I clumsily begin to run
"I am here!" I cry. "Do not leave me in this wasteland."
At my left, the shadows move, followed by hoof beats
I glimpse a sanity stream of hair fly above the sand
"Do not leave me! I will follow!" I blindly entreat.
The minutes turn to hours and the black turns to gray
I feel my throat scream for liquid and I ache for food
But always, constantly, the Phantom Horse is one step away
I hope and pray that it is real. Surely fate is not shrewd!
In a while I am ridden of energy, my legs start to collapse
I grapple for some last threads of courage and continue on
And then the horse is gone. Hope is dead at last.
How could my life end so quickly? How could this be more wrong?
I slowly crawl around one very last dune
And there, before me, is the Phantom Horse
Black as midnight, fast as wind, wild as the moon
Muscles quiver with power, adrenaline, and force
He looks at me with flaming amber eyes
And turns his head directly to the north
And there I see civilization. Could a beast be so wise?
He gives me a soft nicker as if to say "Go forth."
I find strength deep within me and stand to my feet "Thank you," I whisper to the Phantom Horse
With a snort he whips around and flees
Determinedly following an unknown course.
I am once again alone...a nomad with no home
I am battered by the wind and ankle-deep in sand
But I no longer endlessly, blindingly roam
I have hope. No matter what life, dream, or land.

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