Benalla team wins prestigious title
A team from the Benalla and District Adult Riding Club has taken out the Top Team Trophy Dressage event for the first time.
Seventy-three years of the Kyabram Rodeo has been honoured with the event inducted into the Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre’s Hall of Fame in Warwick, Queensland.
The Goulburn Valley Show Jumping Club hosted the Barastoc Tatura Indoor and Outdoor Show Jumping classic at Tatura Park recently.
Kyabram Pony Club held its 60th anniversary celebrations on August 4.
It’s set to be fierce competition at Tatura Park this weekend, as more than 125 competitors come together to compete in the largest regional dressage competition.
The Kyabram Pony Club will hold it’s 60th anniversary celebrations on Saturday (August 4). Held at the Kyabram Showgrounds, the celebrations will include current members competing in a rally. The club was co-founded by Dorothy Miles (Life Member)...
A two-day equestrian event was held at Elmore on the weekend, with 44 teams from various schools across the region competing.
Northern Victorian riders have left their mark on an international equestrian competition, with Shepparton’s Emily Cuthbert taking out second place in her event.
A Victorian environmental conservation group is calling on the Victorian Government not to take steps to protect wild brumbies, drawing ire from brumby protection groups.
Young riders from across the region were out in force on Mother’s Day, taking part in the Cobram and District Pony Club trials.
Katamatite resident Mitch Fox has been appointed Equestrian Victoria board chair, vowing to expand services in the area and grow regional equestrian communities.
More than 150 years of bush history will be commemorated next week in Barmah National Park.
The Victorian Quarter Horse State Championship Show was held from Thursday to Sunday at Tatura Park.
The Kyabram Pony Club is back in full swing after its summer break in December and January, and held its first rally of the year recently.
Darcy Hare doesn’t quite fit the typical stereotype of someone passionate about water and policy.
Drought conditions and flooding caused by water spilling out of the Barmah Choke have left brumbies in Barmah National Park starving, forcing local volunteers to handfeed them in an attempt to keep them alive.
Dozens of irrigators and community leaders are marching in Melbourne this morning to protest the impact of the Murray Darling Basin Plan on their communities. “We want to be heard. We want the ministers to listen to our concerns and understand...