Western District Quarter Horse Association
Welcome to the Western District Quarter Horse Association
We are a family oriented, Western based horse club in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Our shows are held regularly at the Mt. Moriac Reserve & Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre.
Programs and entries are available on the documents page.
2019-2020 WDQHA Calendar
September 15th A Show - Werribee
September 27th Clinic - Werribee
October 12th Clinic - Winchelsea
October 20th A Show - Moriac
November 24th Club Day - Moriac
January 4th Clinic - Werribee
January 30th to 2nd February Sun n Surf Showcase AA AA Show - Werribee
February 23rd Cowhorse Day - Moriac
April 19th A Show - Werribee
April 26th Cowhorse Day - Moriac
May 24th Cowhorse Day - Moriac
** Pending AQHA Approval
Club Merchandise can now be purchased directly from Hold Your Horses website
About the WDQHA
Our club aims to accommodate all levels/experiences of western riding. We hold many club days, clinics and Improver events to encourage interested riders to come and learn more of the art of riding western.
The club endeavours to hold clinics during the season with clinicians who can cater for all level of riders. Keep an eye on our facebook page for upcoming clinics and events.
Club Days are a great day to come along and see what our club has to offer. These are low key events with committee member on hand to provide instruction and information
We aim to host 4-5 annual shows including our major once a year AA show the Sun N Surf Showcase. Other shows are ‘A’ & ‘B’. shows with full programs that include Improver classes. We also offer end of year high point awards.
Code of Conduct
Competitors/participants at any event run by the WDQHA have the responsibility to ensure the welfare of their horses and at all times to treat their horses humanely and with dignity, respect and compassion.
Competitors/participants are to:
conduct themselves in a professional manner and act with integrity in all dealings with the affiliate and other competitors,
uphold the rules and regulations of the WDQHA and the AQHA at all times,
demonstrate good sportsmanship at all times, showing respect for your fellow competitors and officials, following the rules, and
treat people the way you yourself wish to be treated.