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MARGARET RIVER WINE REGION DRESSAGE SPECTACULAR

7th & 8th OCTOBER 2017

      

PCAWA Series Leaderboard 2017 qualifier
Competitive, Participant & PCAWA classes both days
Freestyles and Championships for all categories
Immaculate showground grass arenas in town centre
Championships, Team Challenges, Top Percentage awards

 

Programme and further details available here

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Thank you to all our wonderful sponsors!

         

Welcome to Margaret River & Districts Horsemans Association & Pony Club

WHAT WE DO

We are a club for members with their own mounts

Margaret River & Districts Horseman’s Association & Pony Club is based on Roxburgh Road in Margaret River. We are a local club that runs both Pony Club and an Adult Riders Club (as affectionately known as Tuesday Club).

Pony Club is open to all riders aged up to 25 with Junior members being up to 17 and Associate members aged 17 – 25. We run a rally once a month which normally consists of both ridden and theory sessions with an emphasis on riders being able to obtain efficiency certificates.

Adult Riders meet weekly on a Tuesday for a formal lesson followed by a social cuppa and catch up. Both flatwork and jumping lessons are available.

We also have RDA Margaret River share our grounds too. They run riding sessions weekly during school term time

HOW WE DO IT

There are 81 Pony Clubs affiliated with the PCAWA, of which 68 are presently active. Each club is also a member of a Zone, which is a regional group of Clubs. There are thirteen Zones in Western Australia. Margaret River is part of the South West Zone.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

To encourage young people to ride and to learn to enjoy all approved kinds of sport connected with horses and riding.

To provide instruction in riding and horsemastership and to instil in members the proper care of their animals.

To promote the highest ideals of fellowship, citizenship and loyalty, and to cultivate strength of character and self-discipline.