Wilson Sisters Supporting NZ Horse Network

We create trails, protect existing riding access, and promote recreational riding, and the value of the equine sector. We've also collected information on all the publicly accessible riding in New Zealand, and created a website just for horse riders.  Join us now to help protect, and promote New Zealand's horse heritage and culture.   We aim to provide an umbrella organisation for a network of smart, well connected equestrians who get fair access to community resources.  Our role is to help network all the different groups, provide support, resources, and share success stories.  

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New Zealand Bridleways - New Zealand's Horse Riding Website 


NZ Bridleways lists New Zealand's horse riding trails, parks, beaches, and other areas available to the public.  Maps, opening hours and any permit details or restrictions are provided in one convenient website.  


We also create resources that can be used with public submissions (either as part of a submission document, or presented during the hearings), or as part of a social media, or local campaign.  All these resources are free to use, by any club, or individual. .  

  • Road Safety Petition:  Sign and Share to Improve NZ Road Safety for Horse Riders 

  • Road Safety Petition Launched A recent horrific accident in Dairy Flat, one of the northern, rural districts of Auckland, created the impetus to try once again to address the need for more road safety recognition, and legislation for horse riders.  11 weeks on and Karen Rutherford is still recovering from the horrific effects of this crash,. Karen is now fully behind this petition, and a Horse Road Safety FB Page has sprung up to support the call for greater road safety for horse riders.   You can read, and sign the petition hereOr you may like to visit our Road Safety Website "Horse Sense on the Roads NZ' 
    Posted Nov 21, 2016, 2:54 PM by Viv Dostine
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