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Central Coast Carriage Driving Club Events for 2020

Posted by Mary Grant on December 16, 2019 at 7:20 PM Comments comments (0)


Red - Comeptitions / Ribbons       Black - CCCDC      Green - Hills club

Feb :

  • 23rd Pleasure Drive at Scheyville National Park - Hills Club


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Wollombi Pleasure Drive 21st Jan 2018

Posted by Mary Grant on January 23, 2018 at 8:40 AM Comments comments (1)

Pleasure drive at wollombi a huge success for our first run. Everyone keen on more. Next pleasure drive on this page, 4th March, keep an eye out for further details, and map of drive will be forwarded to all club members and friends as it gets closer.

Hot day but the early start prooved a success, the trail was cooler than expected at the start, mostly in shade, and beautiful scenery to match. The big horses powered on ahead and left little Pirate (mini donkey) and Roberts little white...

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Central Coast Carriage Driving Club Inaugural First Day

Posted by Mary Grant on September 29, 2017 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (0)
Thank you to all that helped in getting the Central Coast Carriage Club back up and running after a very long time. It was a lot of work but we got everything organised for our next few club days thanks to those who attended the AGM. Thank you to all who contributed with their time, horses, carriages and monetary contributions. It was greatly appreciated. We had a great day in the afternoon with Ryan Blackman driving his little Donkey for the first time at a club event, and they both went so ... Read Full Post »

Harness Requirements For New Show Venues

Posted by Mary Grant on November 17, 2010 at 8:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Harness Classes 


Judging requirements and scoring at local Agricultural Shows having harness classes new to their venue is as follows: 


Best presented is marked on overall presentation of vehicle, driver, harness and horse/pony.

       · Must wear apron

       · Must have driving whip


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