about us

Since 1971

It's in our blood

This Club was formed as a result of a Cutting Horse and Western Performance Day held at “Tamborine House” on 25th July 1971. “Tamborine House”, situated at the junction of Canungra and Beaudesert Roads, was then owned by Sally and the late Bob Wearing.

The “Losers” as they called themselves, recognised the need for the formation of a club to enable people interested in this field of eventing to meet regularly and practice before entering open competition. It would give those without facilities an opportunity to practice and others the chance to learn more about these events that were introduced into this country with the importation of the Quarter Horse from the United States of America.

The Club became an Incorporated Body in October 1987 and is currently affiliated with the Australian Quarter Horse Association and carries a Public Liability Insurance Policy.

The name of the Club was changed as a result of the Annual General Meeting in January 2000, the name change being registered on 16th February 2000 to The Beaudesert Cutting and Western Performance Club Inc.

Our mission is to promote and foster the development of the Western Horse Breed Events by providing the circumstances whereby both horses and riders may be trained and shown to their full potential.

Club Rule Book

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