Dressage, driving, hunt, polo

Adelaide Hunt Club

Social riding with hounds: A pack of hounds was introduced to Adelaide in the 1840s, just a few years after the British colony was founded.  The Adelaide Hunt Club’s kennels are now located in Woodside, in the Adelaide Hills and run by huntsman, Andrew Gray. Contact Andrew. (No live hunts).  
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Adelaide Polo Club

From its humble beginning in 1879, the Adelaide Polo Club has evolved into one of Australia's leading and most competitive polo clubs. Originally located in the centre of the CBD at the Old Victoria Park racecourse, today the Adelaide Polo Club is based at Woodside, 25km from the CBD amidst rolling hills and big gums. The Adelaide Polo Club is always keen to attract new members who love the thrill of speed, horses, and team ball sports in a well organised, safe and welcoming environment. Facebook.

Angas Harness Driving Club Inc.

The Angas Harness Driving Club (@ahdcsa) is based in the Echunga region of the Adelaide Hills in South Australia. Our collective expertise spans the contemporary range of competition harness driving disciplines, including dressage, cross-country marathon and obstacle cone driving. Commonly called ‘combined driving,’ these disciplines are regularly included in the AHDC calendar. Additionally, AHDC hosts carriage driving workshops, ‘come and try’ days, seminars and driver coaching events, including training for young drivers with EA accredited coaches. For regular pleasure drives in the picturesque Adelaide Hills please get in touch and share your passion for horses and carriages with us.  Visit Facebook or Email.

Dressage Club of South Australia

DCSA is a non-profit making organisation who provide Official and Associate competitions and Critique Days ranging from Preparatory to Grand Prix. DCSA was the first dressage club in South Australia, having been started by Tom Roberts in the early 1950s. The club is now based at the Adelaide Hills Equestrian Centre in Lobethal, a most picturesque facility showcasing the best of the Adelaide Hills and Onkaparinga Valley. Visit Facebook   or website link below.

Mid South East Dressage Club

Fun, Friendly and Forward Moving! MSEDC is a dressage club in South East SA, with approx 80 members from all over Australia. We are renowned for our fun events, and thinking outside the square with our competitions and training clinics. Membership is open to anyone, and we love to welcome new members. Encouraging the camaraderie within our great sport of dressage is our aim; fun....friendship...forward moving! Visit Facebook.

Mt Crawford Dressage Club

The MCDC is situated in the northern Adelaide Hills on Cowell Rd, Mt Crawford. The grounds are one of the best in SA with surfaced arenas and warm-up area. The club runs a range of competitions, events and training throughout the year. Visit Facebook.

Southern Vales Dressage Club

Southern Vales Dressage Club is located in the Aldinga Sports Complex on Port Road, Aldinga.

We run competitions once a month, offering dressage tests for all standards.  Our members range from those just starting out in dressage to Grand Prix and professional riders. We welcome all new members no matter what level or experience. Even if you don't ride or own a horse, you can still be involved in dressage because helpers are always needed at events to assist with the many tasks involved in running a competition. It's a good way to start to get involved. Visit Facebook.

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