New to 2017

Here it is!

This year the Lower Lakes Stockmans Challenge is introducing a new section to our competition and we are so excited to announce the Gunna-Be Challenge.

We want to encourage everyone to give it a go, this is the warm up event. So if you have your eyes set on one day being a Legend. First you have to be a GUNNA-BE

This event will be running alongside our Legends on Friday and Saturday. Having 2 classes, junior (12-17) and senior running the entire time. The total will be taken for the four events and tallied to determine a junior and senior winner.

So get in quick as we have limited

Preliminary Event Brakedown
Jump Challenge

Competitors are to negotiate a set course of jumps riding with a whip in hand and a drizabone. The course will included banks, rails, ditches and all set to be ridden at an optimum time. Riders will ride without a watch. Any faults will be penalized.

This is to showcase the Aussie bush skill and bring it to life, showing a true display of horseman ship and trust in each other. Competitors can choose to ride with or without a saddle to work their way through the obstacle course. This could include drags, side-pass, jumps and much more. A free-style at the end is their opportunity to show their unique talents, a sight not to be missed. A bridle MUST be worn at all time.

Cattle Handling

The competitor will start in the camp and cut one beast from the mob, taking it to the front of the camp to work the beast in a campdraft format. The rider will then call gate sending the beast into the large arena where the rider will have to maneuver the beast around a set obstacle course. This will all be done within a set time limit.

The traditional heritage skill of whip cracking to be done at a nominated speed (trot or canter). Rider must be accurate to cut the target. At the end they will also be asked to showcase a free-style that needs to include the Sydney Flash. A whip must be 5 ft or longer.

Whip Cracking

Want to be in the First Gunna-be Challenge?

Get your entire forms and have a go!