2021 CALENDAR OF EVENTS (clinics, seminars will be added as dates are secured)

2021

 

23rd January 

24th January 

 

Slide Into Summer Jackpot Reining Show - 2 shows

Saturday NRHA Approved Show

Sunday VRHA Ribbon Show

Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre

(Camping & Stabling to be booked directly through WPNEC website)

http://wpnec.com.au

Entry Closing date Sunday 17th January 

NRHA Judge: Debra Versluis

 6th March

 7th March

 

Autumn Turn Around Jackpot Reining Show - 2 shows

Saturday NRHA Approved Show

Sunday VRHA Ribbon Show

Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre

(Camping & Stabling to be booked directly through WPNEC website)

http://wpnec.com.au

Entry Closing date Sunday 28th February

NRHA Judge Anthony Ross

 19th - 24th april  

Victorian State Championship & Derby Show - NRHA Approved

Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre

NRHA Judge

(Camping & Stabling to be booked directly through WPNEC website)

http://wpnec.com.au

Entry Closing date Sunday 6th April 

 

 21st August

22nd August

 

Winter Slide Jackpot Reining Show - 2 shows

Saturday NRHA Approved Show

Sunday VRHA Ribbon Show

Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre

(Camping & Stabling to be booked directly through WPNEC website)

http://wpnec.com.au

Entry Closing date Sunday 14th August

 

23rd October

24th October

 

You Too Can Slide Jackpot Reining Show  - 2 shows

Saturday NRHA Approved Show

Sunday VRHA Ribbon Show

Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre

(Camping & Stabling to be booked directly through WPNEC website)

http://wpnec.com.au

Entry Closing date Sunday 17 October

NRHA Judge Julian Sheridan

20th November

21st November

 

Year End Spring Spin Jackpot Reining Show - 2 shows

Saturday NRHA Approved 

Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre

(Camping & Stabling to be booked directly through WPNEC website)

http://wpnec.com.au

Entry Closing date Sunday 14th November 

NRHA Judge Juliana Sheridan

   

 


 SCHOOL WITH CLASS

Schooling is one thing. 

Disrespecting the judge and the spectators is another.

 

Schooling at horse shows has increased dramatically - and that's fine. But remember to

respect the judge, the spectators, and your trainer's program by keeping a professional appearance.

Professional reining trainer Bob Avila offers six tips to keep in mind when schooling a continue reading