Upcoming Shows & Events Supported by WHHA

Waikato Heavy Horse Association Haymaking Day 6 Febuary 2018 (Weather Dependent)

Time/Venue: Start 10.30am at F & J Pilling Property, 55 Fullerton Road, Te Kowhai

Details: Come along and learn how hay was made before the use of tractors, bring your horse(s) along and join in with expert help. If you do not have a horse come along and join in or watch how hay making used to be done.

Waikato Heavy Horse Association Annual Trek  24 - 25 February 2018, Te Mata

Time/Venue: Meet 10.00am at Te Mata Domain, Te Mata Road, Raglan

Details: Meet at Te Mata domain (on the left just as you go out of Te Mata) between 10am and 11am, ready for a 12 noon departure on the 24th of February. Bring your horse(s) to drive or ride, there may be space available on some wagons if you are unable to bring a horse (please make contact to ensure a space). This is a BYO event, bring your own tent, bedding, food, and if possible your horse(s).
Day 1: Approx 15km over roads and farmland to Aotea Harbour, where we will set up camp at the local Marae.
Day 2: Approx 20km back to Te Mata domain via a different route which includes river crossings and scenic harbour views.

Morrinsville A&P (North Island Clydesdale Show) 3 March 2018

Waikato Heavy Association Incorporated Annual General Meeting 10th March 2017
Time/Venue: Start 11.00am at Pilling & Leggett Engineering, 100 Vickery Street, Te Rapa, Hamilton

Waikato Heavy Annual Horse Ploughing 1st - 2nd April 2018
Time/Venue: Start 10.30am at F & J Pilling Property, 55 Fullerton Road, Te Kowhai
Details: Waikato Heavy Horse Association annual ploughing competition. Practice day Sunday with an opportunity to get up close and learn how to plough. Competition day Monday with at least 4 teams of horses.

New Zealand Ploughing Championship Thornbury VMC Southland 14 - 15 April 2018

For more information or to RSVP please contact either:
Fred Pilling (07) 829 7032 or Gareth Pryce E-mail: gareth@blackwoodclydesdales.co.nz
2011 Waikato Heavy Horse Association, established 1979 to promote and conserve the use of heavy horses in New Zealand.