ACT & Southern NSW Quarter Horse Association



Welcome to the ACT & Southern NSW QH Association Website.


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MEMBERSHIP FORMS NOW AVAILABLE

Welcoming Fundraising Ideas

Asking for members input into what they would like to see of the ACT & Southern NSW Quarter Horse Association Inc.. Please let us know what you would like to see

Contact Email is:  ACTquarterhorse@gmail.com

 

Property Identification Codes


In NSW it is already a requirement for owners of cattle, sheep, goats and pigs to have a PIC when trading or moving these livestock.

However, from 1 September 2012, anyone who keeps livestock in NSW will be required to obtain a PIC for the land on which the livestock are kept. Clause 37 of the Stock Diseases Regulation 2009requires all livestock owners/managers, and occupiers of land which carries cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, bison, buffalo, deer, camelids, equines (i.e., horses and donkeys) and poultry to have a property identification code regardless of whether the livestock are moved or not.

In order for us to comply with this new law, you will be required to supply your PIC to us on your entry form if you are showing your horse at our shows. If you do not  yet have a PIC, you will need to supply us with your property ID number, which can be found on your rates notice. If you have difficulty locating your Property ID number, contact your local council.

Please visit this link to learn more and apply for a PIC online.

Application for a Property identification Number PIC

 

 

 
CLUB SHIRTS NOW

AVAILABLE


Club Shirt
$35.00 each

Click here to order


Shirt sizes


Children’s Shirts     6 – 16

Ladies Shirts          8 – 26

Men’s Shirts           XS – 5XL

Note: Men's shirts are also

available it navy blue.

 

Please support Pegasus!

About Pegasus

Pegasus is a not-for-profit community organisation that provides equestrian activities for people with disabilities.  We bring horses and people together to achieve their potential.

Pegasus is located at Pegasus Farm on the outskirts of Canberra.  About 100 riders with a disability ride at Pegasus each week and about 100 volunteers assist with the operation of our programs. Our riding lessons are offered in an integrated environment with riders placed in classes according to their ability. 

Why horse riding?
Apart from being fun, horse riding helps to improve co-ordination, balance, muscle development and fitness.  It also boosts personal confidence, self-esteem, communication skills, leadership and trust.


http://www.pegasusact.com.au/donations.html


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