Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club
Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club
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The Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club encourages a non competitive, social & responsible trail riding environment. Members have all sorts of horses from Pony to Draft & saddlery from English to Western & all sorts in between. Note - Gawler Club Members & their visitors are required to wear Safety Helmets whilst mounted - helmet must be no more than five years old from Date of Manufacture.
Club trail rides are held at least once each month , usually the 3rd weekend of the month (Sunday calculated) & 5th Sunday also (if there is one). Training days are occasionally held & we try to hold camps approx 3-4 times per year. Dinner & a meeting is held in Gawler each month (2nd Thursday) & a monthly newsletter is sent to members.
Trail rides include beach, road, paddock, moonlight, sunrise & forest to name a few, usually lasting for around 3 hours (some longer rides also), mostly walk & a little trot but some are a bit faster (detailed in newsletter), group size varies (average ~8). The social atmosphere of our rides finishes with a get together for lunch & a chat.
Club AdminGawler Trail Horse Riders Club
Secretary Kath McCullagh ph 82807046 firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Sandra East ph 0400884402 email@example.com
Newsletter Kath McCullagh ph 82807046 firstname.lastname@example.org
President Sandra Sampson ph 0417001158 email@example.com
Vice President Tamara Godfrey Ph 0417869695
Club Address: PO Box 55, Gawler, SA, 5118
- Saturday, 02 December 2017 12:00 AM
- gawler, south australia
TBA expressions of interest will be sought.
- Friday, 27 October 2017 12:00 AM
- Southern Flinders
- Saturday, 09 December 2017 09:00 AM
- Saturday, 18 November 2017 12:00 AM
- Saturday, 14 October 2017 12:00 AM
- Humbug Scrub
- Saturday, 16 September 2017 12:00 AM
- Saturday, 19 August 2017 12:00 AM
- Mt Crawford Forest, south australia
Host – Michelle Day 0414869936 Boss – Sandra S 9am arrival for 10 am start Ride description – Ride will be alongside vineyard then leading out...
- Sunday, 16 July 2017 10:00 AM
- 104 Vinegrove rd, Greenock
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BEACH RIDE – Osborne Beach – Sunday 22 January 2016 Host – Tamara Godfrey phone 0417869695 arrival 5.30am> for 6am> ride/swim - off beach by 8am...
- Sunday, 22 January 2017 06:00 AM
- Osborne Beach
December RIDE OUT – Rosedale Christmas Ride – Saturday 10th December 2016 Host: Lisa & Kylie Mobile Lisa 0418806213 Arrive 8am> for 9am ride out...
- Saturday, 10 December 2016 09:00 AM
- GAWLER SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Christmas Dinner Gathering – Seppeltsfield – Saturday 3 December 2016 Host – Maria Pearce and husband Chris - mobile: 0412 195531 or Home : 85628261...
- Saturday, 03 December 2016 12:00 AM
- gawler, south australia
- Saturday, 19 November 2016 12:00 AM
- PINDARI SOUTH AUSTRALIA
OCTOBER CAMP – Catninga – Friday 28 – Sunday 30 October 2016 Host – Kath McCullagh & Tamara Godfrey Further info – Kath 0882807046 (ah) or Tamara...
- Friday, 28 October 2016 12:00 AM
- SOUTH AUSTRALIA
OCTOBER RIDE OUT – Kapunda - Sunday 16 October 2016 Host – Maria Pearce 0412195531 9am> arrival for 10 am start Ride Description : - trail ride...
- Sunday, 16 October 2016 10:00 AM
- WIRRA WIRRA RD, MT CRAWFORD FOREST, MT PLEASANT
- Saturday, 17 September 2016 12:00 AM
- EUDUNDA SOUTH AUSTRALIA
- Sunday, 21 August 2016 12:00 AM
- LINWOOD, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
JULY CAMP – Morgan – Saturday & Sunday 30 & 31 July 2016 Host: Sandra E Mobile 0400884402 Saturday 1pm for 2pm start & Sunday 8.30am for 9am start...
- Saturday, 30 July 2016 12:00 AM
- MORGAN, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club has evolved from its inception in 1970 as the Gawler Endurance Riders. The Club then became the Gawler Adult Riding Club in 1980 when it splintered from the Endurance Riders with the first members being riders, from various riding disciplines who were looking for a non-competitive adult social riding club. The club then did trail rides but also became part of the North-East Riding Clubs which included Salisbury, Paracombe, One Tree Hill, Williamstown & Gawler Riding Clubs. A gymkhana, dressage & show jumping day was held annually with riders from the northern riding clubs participating.
In 1990 Gawler Adult Riding Club changed its name to Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club when it became affiliated with the Australian Trail Horse Riding Association (ATHRA) when sporting clubs met hard times gaining insurance cover & because ATHRAs focus was on non-competitive family social trail riding.
Although the North-East Riding Clubs no longer exists Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club has continued to survive. Over the years membership has risen and fallen but there has always been a dedicated core of members to keep the club active and viable. One of the original endurance riders members is still an active club member.
In April 2009 Gawler Trail Horse Riders Club had several members (with back up support by family), ride the full length of the Kidman Trail, the first horse riders to do so in one trip.
The clubs social atmosphere encourages members to become part of a larger support network of equine friends, welcomes new members & the inclusion of friends & family members.
- 2015-01 January Newsletter
- 2015-02 February Newsletter
- 2014 in Summary
- 2015-03 March Newsletter
- 2015-04 April Newslettee
- 2015-05 May Newsletter
- 2015-06 June Newsletter
- 2015-07 July Newsletter
- 2015-08 August Newsletter
- 2015-09 September newsletter
- 2015-10 October Newsletter
- 2015-11 November Newsletter
- 2016-01 January Newsletter
- 2015-12 December Newsletter
- 2016-02 February Newsletter
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- 2016-04 April Newsletter
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- 2016-06 June Newsletter
- 2016-07 July Newsletter
- 2016-08 August Newsletter
- 2016-09 SEPTEMBER Newsletter
- 2016-10 October Newsletter
- 2016-11 November Newsletter
- 2016-12 December Newsletter
- 2017-01 January Newsletter
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- 2017-03 March Newsletter
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- 2017-05 May Newsletter
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- 2017-07 July Newsletter