Welcome to Samford Equestrian Group!

We are a fun, friendly equestrian group based in the Samford Valley just north of Brisbane. We run dressage and jumping days, with plenty of clinics for both throughout the year.


October 23rd Members & rda Dressage

Nominations are now OPEN for the October 23rd SEG Members & Samford RDA dressage.
Contact nominations@samfordequestriangroup.com.au


jump club

SEG Jump Clinic Friday 7th October
LAST CLINIC FOR 2016!  Friday 7th October.
Get in some practice for the next day's Jump Club Training Day! Private, Shared or Group sessions at any height, including the ever-popular Poles Group for inexperienced riders/horses. Flat sessions also available. More information
Coach:  Trish Braithwaite EA/NCAS Level 1 Coach & National D Level Dressage Judge (www.trishbraithwaite.com.au)

SEG Jump Club Training Day Saturday 8th October
Six classes from poles to 110cm - all training rounds so you can practice like its a competition without the competition stress! Ideal for showjump newcomers or those with inexperienced horses. Instruction available FOC for your rounds. Save some $$ and enter online aT http://bit.ly/2bXMqKX or enter on the day.  More information

Jump Club Training Days are also SOCIAL RIDING DAYS for SEG members!  Enjoy riding in our gorgeous sand arenas with your SEG friends, have a coffee, read a newspaper & watch some jumping!  ALL RIDERS on the grounds on the day are required to register at the Jump Club desk, hand in a Horse Health Declaration and pay $5 First Aid Fee. 

For any enquiries, please contact jumpclub@samfordequestriangroup.com.au


August members dressage



committee meetings

SEG committee meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month. The next committee meeting is on Wed 19th October at 7pm. SEG members are welcome to come along to the General meeting from 8.15pm to discuss items of interest. The meeting will be held at Samford Pony Club's clubhouse on Richards Road, Samford.


new biosecurity regulations

As of July 1st, new biosecurity regulations have been put in place. They require all horse movements to be tracked and all properties where horses are kept to be registered and have a PIC number. For more information, please click here.