The course will travel through the volcanic remains of the Warrumbungle Mountains and national park roads, private farming country and weaving through the hills and cropping country out on the flats.
We have removed old tracks that once sent a shiver down rider’s backs, such as paddy’s rock, Ned’s mountain, heartbreak just to name a few that we now ride past. Tooraweenah’s ride has gorgeous views around every bend and postcard perfect scenery to ride through.
When: 9th of July 2022
Rider & Strapper camping
Stage One - CLOSED Stage Two - OPEN
Opened: 20th May Opened: 27th May
Cost: $10 per night (pay as you arrive)
Camping will be on the western end of the golf course, there's no need to book.
Hot food canteen and stalls onsite.
Strapping hot water available in central location.
Wood supplied by local ride property owners’ children for a donation.
No general store or fuel available in Tooraweenah.
There will be limited grocery items and ice available for purchase.
To see more details on the legs see the Ride Information drop down menu or use the links below.
Forms are to be lodged with Mark Dunn in the ride office between 1PM and 2PM on Friday 8 July, after pre-ride vetting. For any enquiries please contact Mark Dunn on 0427 98151.
On arrival into Tooraweenah you'll need to check in at the biosecurity station, located just off the Newell Highway, where you will need to present a temperature log. A 3 day (10 day for horses in Hendra zone) log must be filled out prior to your arrival at this biosecurity stop. You will then need another log dependant on arrival date to get you up to Friday. If at any time your horse’s temperature is above 38.5 please notify the chief steward (Tom McCormack).
Endurance rides, trail rides or events involving primary cattle tick carriers (cattle, bison, buffalo, deer) are defined as being located on high-risk land.