10Welcome to the Central Coast Sporting Horse Association.
Are you looking for something fun to do with your horse?
Do you want to be part of a friendly, social, family-oriented club?
For competition dates, please see the Calendar of Events
The CCSHA is suitable for riders of all ages and abilities.
Some of the events held are bending, barrels, post the letter, keyhole and western bending.
There are eight events in the morning.
With ribbons given for 1st to 3rd place and points awarded for 1st to 5th place.
After lunch there are three events, that are made up on the day,
where placing competitors can receive great prizes*.
A big thank you to our sponsors. Your valuable and continued support is appreciated.
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For a full list of rules, regulations and events, please see the Forms & Downloads page.
Open Adults, Novice Adults, 17 & Under, 13 & Under,, Lead-ins and Non-competitive.
Riders competing must wear a club shirt, a short sleeve shirt or a long sleeve shirt
(t-shirt or collared) No Singlet's; Jeans or Jodhpurs;
Approved riding boots; as well as an approved helmet.
Failure to adhere to the dress code, will result in the rider being asked to change into the
correct attire, and if unable to do so, they will not be permitted to ride on the day.
When are sporting days held?
Sporting days are held twice a month between February and November.
Comp 1 is run on the second Sunday of the month.
Comp 2 is run on the fourth Sunday of the month.
Registration: 9 a.m.
Events Start: 9:30 a.m.
How much does each gymkhana cost for my horse and I?
Open Adult and Novice Adult: $25
17 & Under: $25
13 & Under: $20
The above applicable fee plus $30 insurance levy.
How much is the Central Coast Sporting Horse Association's Annual Membership?
Family membership: $55
Single Membership: $30
Where are sporting days held?
531 Jilliby Road, Jilliby, NSW.
*Riders must complete all eight of the morning and afternoon events to be eligible for prizes in the afternoon events. Age groups in the afternoon events may change depending on the number of horse and rider combinations in each one.