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
Recent racing tragedies have left former jockey Kristy Banks counting her blessings.
The South Burnett Equestrian Group held its annual Janet Sparkes Memorial competition recently
Year 12 student Gabe Crane has won an Age Champion title for the seventh year in a row
Eighty young riders gathered at the Kingaroy Showgrounds on Thursday for the third annual South Burnett Equestrian Challenge.
The South Burnett Endurance Riders Association will be able to provide water for horses in even the driest locations thanks to a new 2000 litre water trailer funded by Stanwell.
Yarraman doesn’t have an annual show but that doesn’t mean the Yarraman Agricultural Society isn’t kept busy … organising campdrafts and the annual Yarraman Horse Ride.
The 2013 Kilkivan Great Horse Ride is heading in a different direction and over a shorter distance
The second annual South Burnett Equestrian Challenge attracted 85 children – and some of the region’s best horses – to the Kingaroy Showgrounds on Tuesday.
In one of the most spectacular finishes in his long endurance riding career, Brook Sample has taken out the 2013 Tom Quilty Gold Cup on board 16-year-old “Brookleigh Excalibur”.
The closing date to nominate for Australia’s most famous endurance horse ride, the Tom Quilty Gold Cup, has been extended to May 15 to allow more riders to qualify to take part.
Sixty riders travelled from across the South Burnett and far afield for Zone 8 Dressage Day