VicSearch Directory has 7 Horse Riding and Racing entries
Pony Club - Site ID: 19
Check the events section for the results and pictures from this years Colac Horse Trials!
Bimbi Park Horse Rides - Site ID: 31
Horse rides at Bimbi Park cater for all ages and levels of ability. Rides are carefully graded, there are experienced horses, qualified instructors, safe trails and approved safety helmets. The sandy soil of the region makes for good riding even after rain.
Horseriding in the High Country - Site ID: 585
Featuring horseriding holidays in the spectacular Australian High Country of North East Victoria. Combining great horses with the natural splendor of the Bogongs, we have operated our award winning pack horse tours for over 20 years.
Racing Victoria - Site ID: 586
Racing Victoria Limited's vision is to enhance the Victorian thoroughbred racing industry's position as a leading world-class sporting industry, delivering integrity, quality and entertainment.
Country Racing Victoria - Site ID: 587
Country racing plays a prominent role in the heart and soul of Victoria. When you hear the thundering hoofs of the thoroughbred meet the fresh country turf, racing truly comes alive. Country Racing Victoria is responsible for the profitable conduct, management, planning and development of non metropolitan racing in Victoria.
Harness Racing Australia - Site ID: 588
Harness Racing Victoria's function is to administer, develop and promote the sport of Harness Racing in Victoria. Our mission is to develop a vibrant Harness Racing industry that promotes participation, integrity and racing excellence, grows wagering and other revenue streams and maximises returns to its stakeholders. Our goals and key objectives are to create a vibrant and sustainable harness racing industry.
Melbourne Cup - Site ID: 589
The Melbourne Cup was born following the quest of the Victoria Turf Club to put on a "good handicap" which would rival its counterpart, the Victoria Jockey Club. While 1860s racing administrators were enthusiastic and visionary in many ways, not in their wildest dreams would they have thought the Cup would become what we know it today.