Combining Showjumping and Racing

Sponsored Content - by Tara Madgwick - Tuesday January 19

Successful jockey Jeff Penza and his showjumping horses have been star performers in the Thoroughbred Sport Horse Classes at NSW shows.

Jeff Penza and the mighty Fireball!

Click here to read a great story from Australian Jumping on Jeff and his star jumpers Fireball and Eli Lamar.


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The new season of TSHA classes starts soon with a big calendar of classes in 2021!

We have lots of shows planned incorporating showjumping and hacking in rural, regional and city venues in NSW, SA, QLD. There are further shows in the planning stage in the ACT while we have also been speaking with TRNT and Racing Victoria to see how we can work together.

See below for the draft 2021 calendar of events. We have also set the date for the inaugural TSHA Australian Titles from 25th – 27th March 2022. Stay tuned for more exciting posts and details!!

 

For more information, help with licences, general enquiries or sponsorship enquiries, please contact info@thoroughbredssporthorse.com.au







 

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