A triumphant year for horse lovers

The team from Queensland Equine Training School at the Come and Try Day. 259087_01

By Melanie Doheny from South Burnett Western Performance Club

It’s been a big year for the South Burnett Western Performance Club based at the Nanango Equestrian Centre with a series of shows, clinics, and other clubs visiting Nanango to join together in horse events of all kinds.

Personal goals have been achieved throughout the year with the support of industry professionals including Peter Gould, Leanne Bartlett, and Lorelei Payne.

“Congratulations everyone on a great year and we look forward to sharing our great grounds with other clubs and visitors to the South Burnett in 2022 with a Cowboy Challenge ready to roll in April as well as our monthly beginner and open shows starting February,” President Sarah Saxer said.

“We would also like to thank our sponsors and supporters who have made things possible through funding opportunities including Stanwell Corporation who funded upgrades to the canteen and the South Burnett Regional Council who funded the Come and Try Day and most recently a new arena rake to keep the grounds spick and span and safe for our riders.”

For more information on the Club visit the SBPWC Page for all the great events planned for 2022 www.facebook.com/groups/746807779488261