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Tamworth ready for rodeo action The Australian Bushmen's Campdraft and Rodeo Association National Finals will again add another dimension to Tamworth next month. While many people will be heading to Australia’s country music capital for the annual festival, some of Australia’s best rodeo riders and campdrafters will be converging on the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre for the one of the country’s premier events. ABCRA’s elite competitors who have qualified for the season finale, will be competing for over $100,000 and championship titles. They are up against some of Australia’s best stock creating action packed entertainment. Enjoy action replays on the big screen, pre rodeo entertainment and great shopping from our specialised stores on site. The action gets underway on January 19 with the ABCRA Junior finals running until January 21 and comes the open National Finals Rode from January 23 until January 26. Also on January 25 and 26, there will be the campdraft over three rounds on both days which is free to the public. For more information, programs or tickets, visit the website at

Celebrate Christmas in unique style at the Australian Outback Spectacular Bush Christmas show on the Gold Coast.

Christmas spirit shines at Spectacular Australian Outback Spectacular will showcase all that is good about our traditional Aussie Christmas celebrations in a special 'Bush Christmas' show from December 4 until Saturday, December 22. Australian Outback Spectacular Production Manager Shane Phillips said the Bush Christmas show features special seasonal celebrations intertwined throughout the evening.

"This is a unique opportunity to celebrate Christmas in true Aussie Bush style with the addition of new scenes including carols by the camp fire and a delicious plum pudding in Bluey's three course Christmas BBQ. “In the spectacular Christmas finale, the wagons and riders will be illuminated for a festive procession around the arena with Santa making an appearance in a Cobb & Co Coach,” he said.

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Hendra vaccine now available In what is being hailed as a major step forward in the battle against the fatal Hendra virus, the CSIRO, working with drug company Pfizer, has released an equine Hendra vaccine for use across Australia. The release of the vaccine has been fasttracked while data on how long a horse remains immune is being compiled. Australian Veterinary Association president Dr Ben Gardiner said the release of the vaccine was great day for horses. The vaccine has been released under a special Minor Use Permit issued by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) . Vets will have to be accredited to give the vaccine in a course of two injections. Horses in the high-risk areas of Queensland and NSW were the first to be vaccinated. "From the vets' perspective this really is a work place health and safety issue," he said. "A database will be established of all vaccinated horses." Dr Gardiner says the vaccine comes as a relief to vets who have been responding to the disease for some years. "They've been wearing the very detailed personal protective equipment and for the moment they'll need to continue to wear that equipment when confronted with a sick

Hendra virus vaccine is now available across Australia but must be administered by accredited veterinarians.

Visit for more information on the vaccine or talk to your vet. horse, especially in those areas where Hendra is known to exist already," he said. The first release was to veterinary practices within a coastal strip from Cairns to Kempsey, followed by a release throughout NSW and Queensland and from the beginning of December, it was available in other states. The Minor Use Permit places conditions on the supply, possession and use of the vaccine. Under the permit: - the vaccine may only be administered by

veterinarians, - the veterinarian must complete online training before they order the vaccine, - all horses must be microchipped prior to vaccination, and - the microchip and vaccination details must be entered by the veterinarian into the HeV Vaccine National Online Registry (managed by the vaccine manufacturer / supplier) within 48 hours of vaccination, and - any adverse reaction, including lack of efficacy, resulting from the use of the vaccine must be reported to vaccine manufacturer / supplier as soon as possible. The vaccine manufacturer / supplier must record any reported adverse reactions and must fully investigate and report all adverse reactions to the APVMA. A Minor Use Permit is not equivalent to full registration of the vaccine. To reach full registration, a complete data package will need to be submitted by the vaccine manufacturer / supplier to APVMA detailing information on safety, efficacy, duration of protection and small scale application in the field to ensure the vaccine performs with the same level of efficacy in the field as under experimental conditions. David Lovell comments on Hendra vaccine, Pages 14. - Ph 07 55909721 - mob 0413 733 294 - Email:

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The Horse Report TASSIRIKI RANCH Experience the thrill of horse riding on the beach with friends, exploring beautiful un-spoilt beaches, and swimming your horses in the clear blue ocean. Situated just 75 minutes south of the Gold Coast and only a short drive from Bryon Bay, Tassiriki Ranch is the perfect holiday spot for horse enthusiasts living in south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales looking for beach side holiday accommodation where you can take your own horse. Comfortable air-conditioned self-contained holiday cabins with facilities for your horse located just over the sand dunes from one of the best beaches in Australia where horse riding is permitted. Tassiriki Ranch offers a unique and economical farm stay and horse riding experience. The two cabins, each capable of sleeping 4 persons, cater perfectly to small groups of up to 8 riders and their horses. With just a short 15 minute ride through the cane fields and coastal bush reserve to beautiful unspoiled beaches 30 klms long you'll be planning a return visit after just your first ride. Your horses will love the large 100mx20m grass paddocks right alongside your cabins giving them plenty of room to unwind after a big day on the beach. During the day a quick glance out the window is all it takes to confirm your horse is safe and happy. Before you head off to the beach feel free to tune-up your horse up in our 60mx20m grass arena or use our 16 metre round-yard for a quick lunge before your beach ride. We also have a large jumping paddock with assorted cavalettis and jumps if you get time. You're welcome to leave your horses at the ranch while you take time out from beach riding to explore the plethora of fine restaurants and great pubs in the area. Don't miss out, book your beachside riding holiday with your own horse today!

MOWBRAY PARK Mowbray Park has been introducing children to the joy of horses and riding for over 30 years. By focusing on natural horsemanship we offer an introduction to this sublime art. Safety being paramount, children 10yrs to 16 yrs, learn confidence, horsemanship skills, and the importance of a ‘soft hand’ around these beautiful creatures; introducing them to partnering strategies designed to broaden their understanding of the unique relationship between humans and horses, both in the saddle and on the ground. Ride Camp children continue to enjoy our renowned farm activities such as the trust and initiative course, hay rides, nursery trips and billy tea and damper. Children are cared for by mature adults during their stay enjoying a variety of healthy meals. Camp duration; five days/four nights. Great food will be enjoyed at every meal; special dietary needs catered for. Day Visits and Birthday Parties Welcome – Book now at:Mowbray Park farm stay holidays Barker’s Lodge Rd, Picton NSW 2571 Tel02 46 809243 or Email:

JABIRU AUSTRALIAN BUSH CAMP "JABIRU" is a 530 acre working horse and cattle property located 20 km north of Noosa Heads, minutes to the shores of Lake Cootharaba and the township of Boreen Point, the Noosa Trail Network and opposite the Kabi Golf Course Come by yourself, or bring your horse and enjoy riding the trails on the property combining bush, rain forest, creeks and open flat-lands, or join the extensive Noosa Trail Network to take you to the pub's at Kin Kin and Boreen Point. Guided tours are available on request. If your don't have your own horse or horses are not part of your life, then just come and enjoy the beautiful scenery and serenity of "Jabiru". Grab a good book and relaxand watch the Kangaroos or if you're feeling active, you can join in the fun of all the activities available on "Jabiru". The facilities are built in the Australian Drovers Camp style including sleeping in a swag under the stars, by the night fire. For creature comforts, a Queensland Bush Hut/Cook House with open fire place has been provided. Since 1979, "JABIRU" has been owned by Richard Kamphenkel. Half the property is used for horse and cattle grazing, while the other half remains in its natural bush state, providing a safe haven for the local wild life. For further information visit

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Retreat for Horse and Rider

Visit Lipizzaners on unique tour If you love horses and have always wanted to see some of the beauty of Europe, Austria Travel Direct is offering a tour which highlights one of the world’s most famous horse breeds. Whilst the focus is on the beautiful Lipizzaner stallions, tour participants will get to enjoy beautiful scenery in the Alps, traditional European cuisine and see some of the back-roads of Austria and Slovenia. Visits will be made to the stud in Lipica - from where the horses get their name, as well as the current Austrian Federal Stud in Piber. Also visit the young stallions high up in their mountain pastures before their colourful parade down the mountain to the church at Maria Lankowitz where they will be blessed by the local priest. Then it's another two kms to the centre of the village of Koeflach where all the stallions are presented before being taken to their winter stables. The absolute highlight of the tour

is the gala performance at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna the oldest classical dressage riding school in the world. Tour members have front-row VIP Box and Royal Box seats, to witnesses the spectacular perfection of the ‘High School of Classical Horsemanship’ with the Pas de Deux, Work in Hand and on the Long Rein and the School Quadrille which is shown with eight stallions. The Levade, Courbette and Capriole are the highlights of the Schools above the Ground. As an added bonus, there is a private tour of the stables after the performance. The tour is limited to 16 persons, so book your place for this great tour through Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria from August 28 to September 17. Even if you have no equine interests this trip will appeal to those wanting to experience something a little different from Europe. For further details on this amazing tour call 1800 830 820 or visit

Melaleuca Retreat provides a private seaside escape Just south of Port Macquarie is a little known region on the NSW mid north coast where you can discover the pristine qualities of an area still largely untouched by commercialization, the Manning Valley. The Manning Valley offers a breathtaking combination of rivers, mountains, forests and beaches, taking in many seaside and hinterland towns and villages that are a haven for nature and adventure activities. Four national parks, rare subtropical floodplain rainforests, several rivers, rare species of flora and fauna, one of the largest single drop waterfalls in the southern hemisphere and some fantastic and unspoiled stretches of coastline. A great spot to relax and unwind. The mighty Manning river with its 150km of clear blue waterways meanders through the valley and around a group of islands called the Islands of Paradise. At the mouth of the Manning, on Mitchells Island, lies a quiet little village called Manning Point with

its general store, café, marina and bowling club. Just a short distance to the south along the 10km beach can be found the perfect ‘weekend getaway’ or ‘home away from home’ called Melaleuca Retreat. Melaleuca Retreat is part of a 100 acre beachfront property offering three fully self contained rustic red cedar cottages providing a very private, peaceful, secluded and romantic location for couples to escape the pressures of everyday life. Catering primarily to couples, the three cottages are set well apart (approx 100m) with self-contained facilities providing guests with every comfort including: private spa pools and gas BBQs on the decks, wood fires, reverse cycle air conditioning, modern fully equipped kitchens and laundries, telephones, Austar television and DVD players. The retreat also caters for riding enthusiasts with stables, yards and paddocks all available to guests. For details call 02 6553 2985.

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"Jabiru" Australian Bushcamp "JABIRU" is a 530 acre working horse and cattle property located 20 km north of Noosa Heads, minutes to the shores of Lake Cootharaba and the township of Boreen Point, the Noosa Trail Network and opposite the Kabi Golf Course. "JABIRU" Bush Camp offers a host of different activities including: *FARM STAYS & BUSH GETAWAYS *AUSTRALIANA CAMPFIRE ENTERTAINMENT + DINNERS *MOVIE NIGHTS + FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMS *NOOSA HINTERLAND HORSE MARKET *FULL MOON TRAIL RIDES *HERD RE-SOCIALIZATION + TRUST BUILDING *AGISTMENT + HORSE SPELLING *TRAIL RIDING + MUSTERING + COMPETITIONS *HORSEMANSHIP CLINICS *PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS *STRESS + FEAR MANAGEMENT COURSES *AUTOGENICS TRAINING RELAXATION THERAPY

"JABIRU" was established in the late 1800’s on much larger acreage than remains today, and soon became a successful dairy and grazing operation. The Jabiru, Australia’s only stork, after which the property was named, is still a regular visitor today. Since 1979, "JABIRU"has been owned by Richard Kamphenkel. Half the property is used for horse and cattle grazing, while the other half remains in its natural bush state, providing a safe haven for the local wild life.

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The Horse Report VINTAGE SIGNCRAFT PERSONALISED SIGNS Looking for that gift for the person that has everything - than look no further how about a personalised sign . Andrew and Lynette Moore are the owner/operators of Vintage Signcraft, and run the business out of the beautiful Tweed Valley. Their hand-crafted signs are an enhancement, and give character to businesses, homes and recreational areas. They manufacture routed wooden signs, mainly from western red cedar, that can be custom made and individually designed to suit your home, farm, business, bar, barbecue, stable or bedroom door For further information visit email: or phone 02 6676 6177

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The Horse Report GIFTS FROM HOLISTEQUINE Give someone you love an experience that will last forever. A Holistequine Christmas gift voucher will delight any animal lover interested in personal growth. These gift vouchers allow the recipient to meet and experience our beautiful Holistequine Life coaching horses. Gift Vouchers Only $135 each. E-BOOKS only $14.95 each E-Book: 1 "Connecting with the Spirit of the horse". This first e-book provides the basic concept behind Holistequine Holistic Horsemanship and was created for the more sensitive horse and rider. It presents a series of exercises and philosophies designed to develop a deeper more rewarding "connection" with the horse. E-Book 2 "Communicating with horses in Life Coaching" - This second e-book explains how animals are assisting humans in healing and how our equine "people whisperers" are changing people's lives. It provides a general overview of our philosophies and the role of horses in healing and personal growth. It also explains how the ‘Whole Body Intelligence’ System was developed and how each one of our amazing horses helped us to formulate the Holistequine method of integrated learning Enrolling now....students for our 2013 Full EALC Practitioner's also available online For further information contact Veronica 07 5442 5353, 0434 314 811, E-mail- or visit

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WILD WOOLLIES HOBBY HORSES A horse-lover since forever, Sam discovered the art of felt making at a Steiner school fair and now finds herself putting all her horsey energies into designing and creating Wild Woollies. Based in the Gold Coast Hinterland with her husband and two small children, Sam loves making these hobby horses and enjoys every process of felting and it's a super exciting feeling to end up with something so unique and loveable at the end - to see their little imperfections and differences as endearing and what makes them special. Wild Woollies Hobby Horses are hand felted, made from 100% wool and securely fastened to a smooth sanded hardwood dowel and finished with non-toxic orange oil and come complete with bridle and name tag. They stand around one metre in height and weigh a little over a kilo and would make any little boy or girl the perfect Christmas present. For further details visit or visit wildwoollies on Facebook.

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COBALLO BY DESIGN Looking for a stylish hat to compliment you show outfit or a new set of rugs for next year show season than Caballo by design horse couture might have jsut what you are looking for. Horse Couture is about bringing more fashion to the show ring, not just at the races. Why not have the horses stand out as much as the owners? Why not make them more fashionable? Make it more fun for the spectators Caballo provides horse owners with a seasonally changing selection of horse rugs, all made by hand. Just like your favourite fashion designer, their products are released each season and can be purchased directly through their online store. For more information visit



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The Horse Report Koliptus, a Koala's Tale North Tumbulgum horse breeder Karen Hodges has managed to find time away from her Arabian horses to the write a `novel' message about caring for the environment. Karen, who operates Ramandan Arabians, has just launched her first children's book, Koliptus, a Koala's Tale, which centers around the adventures of a little koala and his native Australia animal friends set against the backdrop of the Tweed Valley's most famous natural feature, Mt Warning. Inspired by the rich natural beauty of the Tweed hinterland, Karen said the message behind the book was to highlight the importance of Australia's natural heritage, especially its flora and fauna. "Koliptus and his animal friends face many challenges which are actually based on current situations such as fires, floods and the encroachment of suburbia," Ms Hodges said. "They come across all sorts of people, particularly some who don't do the right thing. One of the characters who is looking out for them is Ranger Peter from the National Parks and Wildlife Service." Karen said there was significance in having the main character as a koala because they are an endangered species whose habitat is under threat. She said it was also important to aim the book at children and help them understand the importance of preservation and conservation since they would end up being the custodians of the Australian environment in the future. Karen knows a thing or two about koalas, having been involved in many koala rescues in the local area since the 1990s where much of the native habitat was been lost due to housing development. Not only has she written the book but being a talented artist, she also did the illustrations. The first release of the book has already sold out but orders are being taken for the second run through Smudge Publishing. To order visit

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Vaccination decision rests with horse owners By DAVID LOVELL BVSc Redlands Veterinary Clinic Halleluja it’s finally here - the Hendra vaccine has arrived. Now the choice is yours. We are very fortunate to live in a country where everything is about choice. Each individual is able to choose what they want to do. The first choice many people make is whether or not they are going to own a horse. Once that decision is made, it then opens up a never ending chain of decisions and choice and individuals make those depending on their circumstances and requirements. This is a decision about life or death - it’s that simple. You can choose whether to protect yourself and others, you can choose whether to protect your horse and you can choose whether to protect your business and livelihood. Yes, there are many issues revolving around the vaccine. It has been released somewhat pre-

maturely, before all the proper trials and requirements for registration and availability on the open market. This has been done for one reason - to give people the opportunity to protect themselves, other people, horses and their businesses against the devastating effects of Hendra disease. Hendra virus infection in horses was first recognised in the early 90s. After the triumphant isolation and discovery of the virus, there were initially sporadic cases diagnosed over a period of about 10 years and since then, there has undoubtedly been an increasing number of cases diagnosed each year. Certainly people are much more aware of the disease and veterinarians are quicker to recognise the disease and test for it, however there is more to it than that. Most importantly, there are changes in the dynamics and behaviour of the flying fox population and there are more opportunities for the interaction of a

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horse and bat and increased opportunity to contract the disease. This has all occurred in much less than 20 years. No one knows what will happen in the next 20 years but if the trend continues, Hendra could well become more and more of a problem. The virus has been present in the fruit bats for a very long time and appears to be very stable. If the present Hendra virus emerges and changes a little, and becomes an infectious disease in other species, coupled with continuing pressure and changes in the flying fox dynamics, the disease could easily become much more common and be a really serious threat. We are so lucky to have the vaccine available. Commercially, the production of the vaccine was not going to happen as the potential market was quite small and the cost of development of the vaccine is enormous. Fortunately the various governments have committed funds towards the research and so it has progressed. Many are saying now that the vaccine is too expensive and they cannot afford to use it. This sort of logic is unbelievable. The vagaries of human nature and attitudes are incomprehensible. The public has been demanding something be done about Hendra. Something has been done and still no one is happy. What price do horse owners place on a human life. Owning a horse is a very expensive undertaking. The cost of vaccinating your horse and make and protecting all stakeholders is a very small amount relative to the real cost of ownership. Yes, it is a very big "slug" if you happen to have a large number of horses. Everything is relative. If you own a lot of horses, then you are already spending a very large amount. Certainly one of the major issues seems to be the many unknowns about the usage of the vaccine. To have been able to answer those questions would have meant delaying the release of the vaccine for probably at the very least another year.

The authorities took the view that the possible devastating consequences of another human infection were so dire that they allowed a special dispensation for the early release and availability of the vaccine. Doing the trials and obtaining statistically sound results that allow the vaccine to be registered is a very prolonged and expensive process. What it means is that horses have to be vaccinated, and then time elapse before the immunity in horses can be tested. What has to happen is that horses are vaccinated, and then challenged with the disease at various times after the immunisation. So far they have shown excellent efficacy after three months. Soon there will be information available after six months. Similarly tests will be done at 12 months and varying periods of time thereafter. What this means is that the researchers have to maintain a very large pool of horses and wait for time to elapse before they can test the efficacy in each group. Similarly, to validate its safety in breeding animals, and younger foals, they have to wait until they have the requisite groups of horses available and been able to go through the testing process. Do not forget that this is a deadly disease and so bio-security and personal protection for the scientists investigating the vaccine has to be immaculate. Development of a vaccine such as this is extremely expensive. What they do know is that to date, there have been no reported significant adverse reactions in any of the vaccinated horses. They know that it provides an excellent immunity at three months. They know that they have tested the immunity in laboratory animals and found excellent protection for over 12 months. The probability is that the same will apply to horses. Each and every horse owner has a responsibility and a duty of care to take whatever steps are possible to protect themselves, their families, their horse, and their livelihood if that is in any way related to the horse industry. - Ph 07 55909721 - mob 0413 733 294 - Email:

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NSW falls into line with Australia on property identification codes It is now mandatory for all properties in NSW with one or more resident horses to have property identification codes (PICs). Following the equine influenza (EI) outbreak in 2007, a taskforce representing all major NSW horse industry groups recommended to Governments that PICs for horse properties be introduced. This decision was based on the recognition that it is essential in an emergency involving horses to know where they are located. As a result of this industry consensus, the Chief Veterinary Officers from all jurisdictions agreed in 2008 that PICs should be mandatory for properties with one or more horses. PICs are a well-established national system of property registration used by all States and Territories for other livestock. Many horse properties would already have a PIC as they run other livestock or pay rates to

NSW properties with one or more resident horses on them must now have property identification codes

Livestock Health and Pest Authorities (LHPAs). Extending PICs to all horse properties makes low-cost use of existing administrative systems and databases. The introduction of a PIC system for horse properties brings NSW into line with Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Please note that the introduction of PICs for horse properties does not mean that horses will be subject to any requirements of the National Livestock Identification Scheme (NLIS). It

is not mandatory to supply a PIC before a horse can be bought, sold or moved, nor record the horse's movement on the NLIS database. In time, sections of the horse industry, as part of a biosecurity risk mitigation strategy, may require entrants to provide the PIC of the property the horse normally resides on when attending an event. This has already been introduced in Queensland and for some events in Victoria. It is not the intention of NSW DPI or LHPAs to enforce compliance and it is expected that industry will encourage compliance over time as best practice. Property and horse owners can apply for a PIC through their local Livestock Health and Pest Authority, or applying on line. More information is also available in the Frequently Asked Questions for horse owners on the LHPA website at

Owners reminded of stallion ID disc use In the interests of public safety Equestrian Australia (EA), with the assistance of the National Sport Committees, is reminding horse owners of Stallion Safe Practice Guidelines for the management of stallions at competitions and public venues. EA requests that all Australian events running under Equestrian Australia and FEI rules, make the use of the horse and float Stallion Identification Discs which are compulsory. These discs are to be worn on both sides of head collars and bridles or on some part of the horse on both sides to identify to others that the horse is a stallion. Stallion identification packs are available for purchase from the Equestrian Australia National Office. The packs consist of: 2 x magnets for trucks/trailers 2 x halter discs (as per point 1 of the guidelines) 2 x bridle discs (as per point 1 of the guidelines) 2 x saddlecloth discs. If you wish to order the packs you can use the EA Stock Order form available on the national website at - Ph 07 55909721 - mob 0413 733 294 - Email:

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FEBRUARY 2 Equestrian Qld Awards Evening Royal on the Park, Brisbane.

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WHAT'S NEW K9 COMPETITION HORSE K9 Competition Horse sets a totally new, higher standard in coat care for all breeds of horses. It is time saving, quick drying and a supreme detangler with long lasting effects. It is easy to use and you will get immediate,stunning results every time. K9 Competition Horse is made in Sweden from natural ingredients to give nourishment, moisture balance and optimized coat quality. The K9 range does not irritate and has a calming effect on sensitive skin. For wholesale inquiries, email

BEERBURRUM PRODUCE Not just another produce store, at Beerburrum Produce we pride ourselves in offering personal, friendly service to our customers both local residents and passers-by. We aim to accommodate clientele ranging from backyard gardeners and farmers to professional horse owners and trainers. Located 15mins north of Caboolture in the heart of Beerburrum CBD, we are conveniently positioned next-door to the post office and general store and directly opposite Beerburrum State School. With ample off-street parking for trucks, trailers and horse floats we are the ideal venue to stop for supplies. With the world-class equestrian centre only 12kms south on Beerburrum Road and numerous pony clubs, stables and studs in the surrounding area, we plan to focus on supplying the community with quality hay/straw and chaff as well as bagged feeds and horse and stable accessories. We are stockists of Prydes, Mi-Feed, Mitavite and Riverina with our accessories and gear sourced from Saddlery Trading Company. As we are getting closer to Christmas, we are encouraging our customers to visit Saddlery Trading Company website at and view their full range of products and giftware in time for Christmas. Place your orders through us and we will beat the RRP on all items. As an additional benefit, we offer free delivery to the local area with no minimum purchase required. So if you are competing at the equestrian centre and need supplies or don't want to put the hay in the boot or simply run out of dog food, give Troy a call on 0450 882 533. For your convenience, he is equipped with a mobile Eftpos terminal so you don't have to worry about cash. So you can stay informed about products, prices and specials available, please visit our new Facebook page. We are continually updating our site with in store specials and what events are happening in the area. To kick things off, if you mention this editorial and make your purchase of Horse equipment or supplies prior to Christmas, we are offering 10% off our already low retail price. Therefore, if you are out to buy new riding gear, take advantage of our great prices and come and visit Troy at the store. He is open 8am-4pm Mon-Fri and 8am-1pm Sat.

CURRUMBIN PET AND STOCKFEED Keeping up with pet, stockfeed and rural supplies on the Gold Coast has just gotten easier with the opening of Currumbin Pet, Stockfeed and Rural Supplies in Villiers Drive, Currumbin. Run by Megan Short, who has been in the industry since 2004, she is looking forward to delivering competitive prices and friendly customer service. Regardless of your pet, whether it’s a horse, dog, cat or chickens, Megan can look after your needs and she is a stockist of well-known equine feeds such as Jenco, Prydes, Mitavite, Barastock and Coprice. She also stocks a wide range of rural supplies including irrigation equipment and spares as well as a range of saddlery goods. Megan will also be able to do deliveries of your orders - just ask her about timetables and she will be only too happy to help. She also be able to arrange gas bottle refills as well. Currumbin Pet and Stockfeed is open Monday to Friday from 8am till 5.30pm and on Saturday from 8am till 2pm. Give her a call on 5534 7020. I am doing deliveries no set days yet

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Peter Acton’s method of training is based on over 2000 years of horsemanship, which has in the last century led to the developed awareness of the Classical principles. Over the past 30 years Peter has trained with leading instructors in Australia and overseas, developing his own personalized teaching and training techniques along the way. In 1986, Peter met Nuno Oliveira and was tutored by him in Brisbane, Australia. Nuno Oliveira was the greatest exponent of equestrian art in the 20th century. In his training method he applied the totally indispensable classical (general) principles that were discovered and formulated by the other great and determined people of the previous centuries, and took the art form to an all time high until the time of his death in 1989. After 2000 years of gathered knowledge Oliveira had practiced and perfected the latest and most effective developments in this unique art form. Peter chose to train classically after discovering the classical techniques of the Maestro Oliveira. In 1990 he spent time in Portugal with Joao Oliveira, son of the maestro, riding twice daily at Quinta Do Brejo. On returning to Australia he opened a school of Classical Riding, giving lessons up to seven days a week and offering as many as five school horses specially trained by himself for the benefit of his students. Since 1986 ,Peter has immersed himself theoretically and practically in the art of Classical Equitation. Today in the 21st Century his

role, is showing the equestrian community that the hard earned lessons of the great masters from our history such as Francois Robichon, Alois Podhasky, Baucher, Fillis, De Carpentry etc are now fully understood and can be applied with far greater knowledge and awareness on why it works and exactly how it works to produce a result that is light, honest, beautiful and lasting. Peter says, when you choose to use the Classical principles to educate your horse, you are, quite simply choosing to create a win- win situation everyday you work with your horse. Building relationships and educating animals as whole hearted, sensitive and obliging as horses are, casts a duty on the rider always to seek the horse’s willing participation without damage to the horse’s emotional and physical state. A badly trained rider will always make a horse unhappy and sore. A well trained rider will always know how to place the animal’s emotional and physical wellbeing as a priority. Therefore I invite all people wishing to achieve the horses trust and obedience, who are interested in the best for themselves and their horses to embrace this wonderfully holistic and loving approach to equestrian pursuits. I make the point that correct Classical training will produce excellent results for all horses of any discipline, be that competitive dressage, hacking, showjumping, pony clubbing or pleasure. Classical - Simple Natural Correct. For Further information contact Classical Horses Australia, Cedar Vale on 0427 003 802 .

Vale - DON BAXTER “It is rare to see a rider who is truly passionate about the horse and his training, taking a profound interest in dressage with self-abnegation, and making this extraordinary subtle work one of the dominant motivations of his life" - Nuno Oliveira On Friday, November 23, 2012, the horse world loss such a man when Don Baxter passed away. Passionate about the magnificent Spanish Baroque horses bred at his Omaru Stud at Murwillumbah and introducing many to the beauty and grace of classical dressage Don exemplified what it is to be a true horseman and a great teacher. Nuno Oliveira (himself once mentor and friend to Don), would have said of Don "It was a life well lived" and while the equestrian community who knew Don mourn his passing, for the horses and people whose lives he touched, they are all the better for having known him. - Kathryn Butt - Ph 07 55909721 - mob 0413 733 294 - Email:

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The Horse Report Working with your horse at liberty - yielding to a suggestion By KEN FAULKNER Once your horse knows how to face you and follow you at liberty, you can show the horse you are safe and friendly by rubbing him all over with your hand. If your horse doesn’t like to be rubbed in certain areas you can approach and retreat gently until he becomes used to it. Now you’ll be able to start playing with your horse at liberty and asking him to yield to a suggestion. To yield his forequarters, stand beside your horse with your bellybutton facing towards the horses eye. Stand straight and tall with energy in your body and using a rhythmic motion with your hands point toward the horse’s eye. Put more energy in each motion until the horse tries to take a step to the side. Immediately reward the horses try by stopping and standing relaxed and giving the horse a rub. Ask for a slightly better try from the horse each time until you can turn a complete circle from very little suggestion on your part. If the horse does not respond from the rhythmic motion after three suggestions you may need to bump the horse on the cheek with your hand until he takes a step. Reward immediately and start again, asking for a little more try from the horse each time. The same principle is used to yield the hindquarters. Stand beside your horse with your bellybutton facing the horse’s hip. Use rhythmic suggestions to ask the horse to step his hindquarters across. Try the same technique to back your horse by standing in front of him with your bellybutton facing the horse’s nose and sideways by standing beside your horse with your bellybutton facing the middle of your horse where the saddle would be. Your body position is critical for this exercise, so that the horse can distinguish which part of his body you are asking him to yield. By now you have created a bond and form of communication with your horse which is the basis to build all communication for the future, whether at liberty or online. For information and further articles visit

Reiki for horses By VERONICA BOM, Reiki Master Reiki is one of the oldest holistic healing modalities known to the civilised world. Pronounced Ray-Key, its origins are said to lie in ancient Indian sutra and in Tibetan practices, which are thousands of years old. Rei means universal and Ki is the name for life force energy. Although an ancient technique, Reiki correlates with modern day quantum physics principles which tells us that everything in the universe is connected. Reiki is a hands on technique and assists people and horses to deeply relax which helps the body to repair and rejuvenate. Unlike massage, the person remains fully clothed and after the treatment, experiences deep relaxation and well-being. Other animals, especially horses, are very responsive to Reiki energy. Horses don't have an opinion as to whether it ‘works’ and freely accept the energy as it is applied. Combining Reiki with the application of therapeutic grade, pure essential oils, has resulted in some significant improvements in mood and movement in dressage and race horses. This technique and the application of the essential oils are skills that can be easily learnt and applied by any horse enthusiast. A therapist who is currently working with horses, may benefit from an attunement to Reiki energy and may find that the essential oils compliment their current activities. For more information on Reiki and essential oils for horses, contact Veronica Bom on 0439348281 or email at -

School of Equus is an equine based educational organisation and facility designed to encourage learning in an environment of trust, encouragement and tranquillity. The school is run by Lynn Mitchell who, after an extensive study and certification process, has been awarded Certified Instructor Status by World renowned “Horse Whisperer” Monty Roberts, in his non-violent philosophy and methods of horse training. VISIT THE SCHOOL OF EQUUS WEBSITE FOR COURSE DETAILS or Phone Lynn Mitchell on 0433 239 617


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Imogen Mills from Victoria riding BUSHDRIFT TOP CUT to win Reserve Champion Junior Rider.

LONGDOO TRINITY exhibited by Warren Long Eliane Campbell rode FARLEIGH KINGSTON Winner of the Three Year Old Futurity with judges Show Hunter Galloway of the Year Jackie Long and Jo Maunder.

Jessica Martin riding SWEET BREEZE in the Barrels

Amie Want riding CC REFLECTIONS Best ANSA Novice Hack.

Molly Evans riding REGAL BLING was the winner of the Showjumping 13 & under 15yrs.

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What’s Happening CUDGEN BULL & BRONC SPECTACULAR The Cudgen Leagues Bull and Bronc Spectacular will held at Cudgen Leagues club at Kingscliff on Saturday, January 5. The Bull and Bronc Spectacular is three hours of nonstop entertainment from 7pm (NSW) Thrills and spills with Kerry Hall's famous bucking bulls, Ian Bostock, the comedy clown and his collection of performing animals give the young and young at heart a good laugh with his crazy antics. The feature events of the rodeo will be the Open Bull Ride, the Novice Bull Ride, the Junior Bull Ride, Saddle Bronc and Bareback There will be live band, licensed bar, food stalls and in corporate tables will be available in the club house where you can sit in comfort enjoy an a la carte dinner and watch the rodeo from your dinner table. For more information contact 02 6674 1816.

INTERSCHOOL SHOWCASE An Interschool Showcase will be held at Fig Tree Pocket Equestrian Centre in Brisbane on Sunday, December 9. It aims to encourage more riders to participate in the Interschool Competition. This day will introduce riders to all of the disciplines offered by IQ, elite riders who have used the IQ competition as a stepping stone into elite competition and current IQ riders. There will also be presentations on general horse management including a veterinary and nutrition presentation. Learn about the nine disciplines of interschool, meet elite level riders, watch dressage demonstrations,and listen to coaches involved with interschool. For further information contact Katherine on or (07) 3891 6611

Cudgen Leagues Club Bull & Bronc Spectacular Saturday 5th January 2013 Wommin Bay Road. Kingscliff NSW 2487 Phone 02 6674 1816

Gates open 5.30pm NSW time - Rodeo 7.00pm NSW time Events Open Bull Ride Novice Bull Ride Junior Bull Ride Saddle Bronc Ride Bare Back Bronc Ride Live Band Licensed Bar Food Stalls Corporate Tables available

TERRANORA TSHIRT RIBBON DAY The Terranora Lakes Equestrian Club is holding a T-shirt Ribbon day on Saturday, December 8. This is a great day out for riders just starting out or with young horses to come along and experience some fun events in a friendly relaxed environment. No matter what age you are we cater for you form Lead line to over 45 yrs age groups. Cost of the day is $25 which including a drink and sausage sizzle For further information contact Paula on 075590 9721 or email

QLD ALL BREEDS YOUNGSTOCK SHOW The Queensland All Breeds Youngstock Show will be held at Caboolture showgrounds on March 3, 2013. All breeds and All colours will be catered for with classes for Foals/Weanlings, Yearlings, Two-Year-Olds and Three-Year-Olds. The Supreme Exhibit will receive a Garland & Realities Bronze Trophy thanks to major sponsor – Mrs Painting and Sarah’s Stableyard is generously donating four painted ponies for the Best of each age exhibit and supplying the Happy Trails Ponies for the other awards. Programs will be available for download from the Dilutes Qld Website, Dilutes Australia face book page & the Queensland All Breeds Youngstock Facebook page. For further enquiries, contact Gail 07 3282 8858 or email or Barbara 07 3206 8526 or email

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What’s Happening YOUNGSTOCK FEATURE SHOW Southside Western performance Club operate out of Bellara park Indoor Arena at Veresdale. They meet every month holding clinics or AQHA accredited shows during the year. They are now in our second year of operation and have decided to hold an exciting event to kick off 2013 in style! Their led Youngstock Feature show will be held on Sunday 10 February, and will cater for many breeds, and including an any other breed class for those not listed in our program with 2 rings running on the day. Breeds being catered for include - American Saddle bred, Throughbred, Quarter Horse, Palomino, Buckskins, Paint, Pinto, Appaloosa, Australian Stock Horse, Warmblood, Welsh A-D, Connemara, Riding Pony, Arabian Purebred and Arabian Derivative and Any other breed. They have over 100 classes being run on the day with champions for each breed, 9 supreme champions, and Supreme of Supreme of the show who will take home a beautiful Sash, Garland, and Trophy rug . They will also be holding progeny and owners Group feature classes open to all breeds. It's a great program and the program caters for all breeds, ages from yearling to 3 year olds. Weanlings are welcome to compete up an age group in with yearlings if they so wish. Entries will be taken on the day at $5 per class and ribbons to 3rd place. They have many generous sponsors who have been kind enough to make donations to help run the event. These sponsors include BW Horse Rugs and Bling It On Browbands as our Gold sponsors. Other sponsors include Sheena The Rug Lady, Garden Vale Stud , Quality Browbands, Pepper Creek Quarter Horses, Penny Edwards Pet and Equine Portraits, Buckskins NSW, , JCJ Equine Enterprise, Wayfield Lodge, Horse Face veil, , KS graphic design, Taylor'D Performance Pintos, Jacana Farm and The Ultimate Equine Assistant. Enquiries can be directed to Wendy on 0439 094951 - or email



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Saturday 8th December Hack class, Rider class, Novelty events Fancy Dress, Fun and Games

Lead line - over 45 yrs age groups $25 including sausage sizzle

Qld All Breeds Youngstock Show 3yrs & under 3rd March 2013 Main Arena, Caboolture Showgrounds All breeds & All colours in 4 age rings so you don’t have to leave the one ring * Foal/Weanling, * Yearling, * Two Year Old, * Three Year Old Major Sponsor – Mrs Painting – Supreme Exhibit Garland & Realities Bronze Trophy “Welsh Stallion Mare & Foal” Sarah’s Stableyard is generously donating the 4 Painted Ponies for the Best of each age exhibit & supplying the Happy Trails Ponies for the other awards. Programme will be available for download from the Dilutes Qld Website, Dilutes Australia face book page & the Qld All Breeds Youngstock face book page.

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Boneo Park gears up for major dressage event in January With a great line up of international judges making their way down to the Mornington Peninsula for the 2013 Credit Suisse Boneo Park CDI*** it is only fitting that event organisers are expecting a number of interstate riders make the journey down south as well. Boneo Park is establishing its way as one of the leading equestrian facilities in the country and the Credit Suisse CDI*** is a hot favourite of riders on the national dressage competition circuit. An added bonus is the spectacular setting Boneo Park shares on the Mornington Peninsula. Last year, riders including Heath and Rozzie Ryan, Sheridyn Ashwood and Tor van den Berge brought their incredible (some, newly imported) horses down to vie against each other for the chance to take home the Peter Horobin Big Tour Championship, with Rozzie taking the crown. Rozzie Ryan, who rode her London Olympic reserve horse, GV Bullwinkle in 2012 at Boneo Park said “The Boneo Park CDI is one of Heath and my favourite events on the calendar, it is a very horse and rider friendly event with world class facilities and lavish hospitality for riders and spectators.

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Image by Berni Saunders Rozzie Ryan and GV Bullwinkle on their Victory Lap after winning the Peter Horobin Big Tour Championship, at the 2012 Credit Suisse Boneo Park CDI*** “We are both really looking forward to the 2013 event”. Expect to see these three names and many more down at Boneo Park again in 2013 competing at the highest level of dressage this country has to offer on some of the most athletically thrilling dressage horses in Australia. With new sponsors recently signed on including DLA Piper, Pryde's EasiFeed and Equissage to name a few, the event will be highly anticipated by the dressage community and even the tourists venturing down to the Morning Peninsula over the long weekend. For ticket information and general enquiries please contact: Boneo Park on (03) 5986 3006 or email

WP&CS - Native Pony Youngstock & Performance Show by "OUTLAW PHOTOS"

Issachar Amelia Rose steps out with style owned by S. Evans

Kathy Pile's Colt Dracmoore Outta Sight Supreme Welsh Pony of Cob Type

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The Horse Report December 2012  

FREE equestrian Magazine distributed throughout Australia in Saddleries and produce stores

The Horse Report December 2012  

FREE equestrian Magazine distributed throughout Australia in Saddleries and produce stores