The Currumbin District Horse Club has a new management committee for 2017. This year we will be encouraging the horse riding community to come forward with some new ideas with the vision of growing our membership. We aim to run some different social and competitive activities to be more inclusive for a range of horse riders’ interests and abilities.
The club is fortunate to have amazing facilities, but for a number of years much of the club’s grounds have been closed for quarantine reasons to stop the spread of Alligator Weed. This basically stopped the clubs ability to hold events such as the Hack Shows, which were always so popular. We are excited to announce we are now in the process of tidying up and reopening all those areas of the club. They have finally been cleared of that invasive weed.
The management committee acknowledges that the club has not lived up to its true potential for a number of years, but that’s in the past. Its time to look forward and breathe new life into our much loved horse club. Because at the end of the day we are all passionate about the same thing and that’s HORSES!!!! Hope to see you at the club soon…..
Established in 1980 and incorporated in 1988 the Currumbin District Horse Club was started in the Currumbin area by horsemen and women who enjoy riding and equine activities. The club began as an adult riding club to offer riding facilities and competition to riders of varied disciplines. CDHC is an Equestrian Australia affiliated club.