The Toowoomba Region could soon be home to an Equine Centre of Excellence thanks to a grant from Toowoomba Regional Council.
More than 70 horses and riders from all over South-East Queensland converged on Nanango’s Showgrounds recently for Queensland’s first official Australian National Working Equitation event of the year.
A long-term plan by the South Burnett Western Performance Club to upgrade its grounds in Nanango has been given the go-ahead by the South Burnett Regional Council.
The Mt Stanley Muster – a two-day campdraft which has been in hibernation for the past 10 years – will be coming back to life in October.
South Burnett community groups will receive almost $393,000 under the latest round of the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund scheme.
The South Burnett Western Performance Club is supporting Crohn’s Disease Month on Sunday (May 23) with a fundraiser for the Crohns and Colitis Foundation.
Competitors from all over south-east Queensland came to Nanango recently to take part in the South Burnett Working Equitation Club’s first official competition for 2021.
The two-day Kumbia Charity Campdraft went off without a hitch at the weekend, despite the showers across the region.
The South Burnett Working Equitation Club, which is based in Nanango, held its first competition for 2021 on Sunday.
The public have been invited to come along to watch some equestrian action and inspect the results of an Australia Day working bee at the South Burnett Western Performance Club grounds in Nanango.
The South Burnett Western Performance Club – a bunch of keen horse owners – is in the process of rebuilding after a year of disruptions to activities caused by COVID restrictions.
Organisers of an equestrian sport that can trace its roots back to Portugal, Spain and Italy were delighted when they held their first competition at Nanango’s Showgrounds recently and saw it draw 53 competitors from all over south-east Queensland.
Kilkivan’s long-awaited $2.06 million undercover equestrian centre was officially opened on Saturday at Kilkivan Showgrounds.
The $2.06 million Kilkivan Equestrian Centre will be officially opened on Saturday.
Maidenwell barrel racers Michael and Karli Sanford have enjoyed an exciting few days at the National Barrel Horse Association world championships in the United States, with Karli earning a place in the final.
The official opening of the new multi-million dollar Kilkivan Equestrian Centre has been postponed.
The official launch of the new multi-million dollar Kilkivan Showgrounds and Equestrian Centre will occur on September 7.
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.