New Zealand's recreational horse riding network. We create trails, resources and help local clubs.

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Create bridleways and greenways for safe horse riding

Protect existing horse riding areas and trails

Promote understanding of recreational horse riding in NZ, and encourage understanding and co-operation between equestrian and other recreational and sporting groups.

We produce resources to support our purpose such as research, publications, and submissions.

Our Successes :

Free Network pass for Auckland Regional Parks

Created Woodhill Heritage Trail

Changed bylaws to allow beach riding - WBOP, Whangarei, Auckland

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NZ Horse Network

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Nationwide

We create trails for safe horse riding, and promote understanding, and co-operation between all trail users to benefit the entire community.

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This organisation page was created on 08 Oct 2014.

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