Goomeri P-10 State School just pipped Crawford State School at the South Burnett One-Day Interschool equestrian competition held in Nanango last week.
The first sod was turned on Monday morning for the new $2 million Kilkivan Equestrian Centre.
Members of the Kumbia Pony Club enjoyed an opportunity at the weekend to experience a bit of the American “wild west” as well as improve their horsemanship skills.
Gympie Regional Council has announced Ri Con Constructions will build the new equestrian centre at Kilkivan later this year.
Tenders closed this week for construction of Gympie Regional Council’s proposed $2 million equestrian centre at Kilkivan.
Forty riders from 11 local schools took part in the 2018 South Burnett Equestrian Challenge held at the Kingaroy Showgrounds last week.
The annual Burrandowan Cutting competition attracted a total of 239 entries at the weekend.
Gympie Regional Council allocated $900,000 in its recent Budget towards construction of the new $2.06 million Equestrian Centre at Kilkivan.
The Nanango Heritage Endurance Ride is always a test for horses and riders … but at least the horses get regular vet checks!
Goomeri resident Ashley Knight will be flying to the United States on Tuesday (April 17) to fulfil a life-long dream.
Gympie Regional Council will receive $1.075 million from the State Government to put towards its new $2.4 million Kilkivan Equestrian Centre.
The 2017 Yarraman Horse Ride – described as “the best yet” by some participants – attracted 118 riders to the South Burnett on Saturday.
The South Burnett Equestrian Group held their annual Spring Hack Show at their grounds in Racecourse Road, Nanango on Saturday.
The fifth annual South Burnett Interschool Equestrian Competition attracted 68 riders when it was held at Kingaroy Showgrounds earlier this month.
St Mary’s Catholic College student Harry Bredhauer received a text while he was at school last week … from his mum Amanda.
The annual Kilkivan Great Horse Ride is on again this weekend, with three new trails for riders
The annual South Burnett Interschool Equestrian Competition was held at the Kingaroy Showgrounds during Catholic Education Week in July and attracted 75 riders from schools across the region.
Students from Saint Mary’s Catholic College have continued their run of success at the annual Fraser Coast Equestrian Competition in Maryborough.
The annual Cow Horse Competition at Nanango attracts students from all over the South Burnett – from Windera to Cooyar – but it seems the riders from Goomeri have a firm grip on the trophy.
This weekend’s Kilkivan Great Horse Ride is being dedicated to Fabian Webb who died in November last year.
More than 200 nominations have been received for the Cooyar Endurance Ride which will get underway from the Cooyar Showgrounds on Saturday afternoon.
Results from the Burrandowan Campdraft – which even the threat of Tropical Cyclone Marcia couldn’t stop – on February 20-22
An influx of endurance riders, their horses and support teams gave Blackbutt a mini-economic boost at the weekend.
Horses may still be allowed on some sections of the Kingaroy-Kilkivan rail trail between Kingaroy and Wondai