Activities Manual

To assist with the organisation of non-competitive carriage driving activities, as well as the judging and scoring of competitive activities apart from Combined Driving, Dressage & Showing.

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Please use these guidelines to maximise the safety,

enjoyment and fairness for all participants.

Combined Driving is carriage driving's answer to eventing. 
Show Driving

Show driving events, often termed harness classes, can be seen at most agricultural shows including Royal Shows and are often divided into light and heavy horse sections. Read On

Pleasure, Endurance and Historical Driving

A Pleasure drive can be simply a drive down a country lane, rail trails, a picnic or campfire shared with like minded company held on one day, a weekend or even for a week in public reserves or private property. A great way to see the countryside, socialise, swap tips and educate a horse. Read On


Driven Dressage

The object of the dressage test is to judge the freedom, regularity of pace, harmony, impulsion, suppleness, lightness, ease of movement and correct bending of horses and ponies on the move. Read On