Welcome to the 

South Eastern 


Riding Group! 

We are a friendly group of Standardbred Riders and enthusiasts who meet once per month, usually on the third Sunday; for rallies at Iven's Reserve on Belgrave-Hallam Road in Narre Warren North. 

We hold rallies with Standardbred friendly instructors. Most rallies consist of flat and jumping lessons (either show jumping or cross country) and we sometimes have specialty rallies such as Working Equitation. We welcome new members and member contribution.

Please have a look at our website and feel free to drop us a line at anytime and we will do our best to answer your questions! Thanks for visiting :)

Did you know that SESRG is affiliated with the HRCAV? 

Join SESRG for the new HRCAV year from November 1st 20`17 and maximise your membership today! 

Find out more information about HRCAV here: www.hrcav.com.au 

WHAT'S ON.....

Sunday December 3rd 2017 - AGM and Working Equitation Clinic

This rally is set to be a blast with all the fun of Working Equitation!

At this clinic you will navigate different obstacles and circuits with your horse. It is a great introduction to the new HRCAV sport and gives you a good taste of what it's all about whilst having fun with other members in a supportive and encouraging environment. 

Our AGM will also be held on the same day and we encourage all members to attend. Now's also the time to think about if you would like to be on the committee for 2017-2018 to help shape the future of your club. 


And so has the dreaded laminitis!!! Be careful not to let your horse graze for too long on lush green grass and make sure you keep your horses feet regularly trimmed to help minimise changes in hoof shape which could lead to founder. If you notice your horse is suddenly lame, or leaning backwards on it's rear hooves; then this could be a sign of pain and inflammation in the front feet and pedal bone rotation. If this happens, seek veterinary advice straight away and consider putting your horse in a grass free yard where you can hand feed him low sugar hay until he recovers. If you do not have anywhere you can lock him up, then a grazing muzzle is your next best option! Oh the joys of horse ownership! ;)

Sarah and Nick having some one on one time with the instructor.







Megan and her horse Riley. Riley always stops what he's doing to pose for a photo!