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May 2022

7th - 8th Moranbah Rodeo Grounds, Moranbah QLD 4744
ABHA - Central QLD - Divisional Barrel Race
7th Marrabel, SA
SA Barrel Horse Association - Divisional barrel Race
7th - 8th Goulburn, NSW
Tablelands Tin Spinners - Divisional Barrel Race
8th Marrabel, SA
SA Barrel Horse Association - Divisional Barrel Race
14th Quorn Rodeo Arena, SA
Northern Barrel Racing League - Divisional Barrel Race
14th Tarcutta, NSW
Ultimate Barrel Racing - Divisional Barrel Race CANCELLED
15th Biloela, QLD
ABHA Callide Valley - Divisional Barrel Race
15th Moonbi, NSW
Moonbi Magic Barrel Racing Club - Divisional Barrel Race
21st Rawsonville Arena, Dubbo
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
28th - 29th Cooranbong, NSW
Hunter Barrel Horse Association - Divisional Barrel Race

June 2022

4th - 5th Gracemere, Qld CQLX
Capricorn Coast Circuit - Cap Coast Circuit Triple Crown Series - Divisional Barrel Race
4th Charters Towers Equine Indoor Rodeo Grounds
Charters Towers Cowgirls Association - Northern Beef Producers Expo - Divisional Barrel Race
10th Burronga, NSW
Tapio Barrel Racers - $1,000 Classic & Divisional Barrel Race
11th Biloela, QLD
ABHA Callide Valley - Divisional Barrel Race
12th Biloela, QLD
ABHA Callide Valley - Divisional Barrel Race
18th Rawsonville Arena, Dubbo
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
18th Caboolture Showgrounds
Kellie Webb - Divisional Barrel Race
18th Moonbi, NSW
Moonbi Magic Barrel Racing Club - Divisional Barrel Race
19th Rawsonville Arena, Dubbo
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
19th Charters Towers - Perry Springs Road
Charters Towers Cowgirls Association - Divisional Barrel Race
19th Moonbi, NSW
Moonbi Magic Barrel Racing Club - Divisional Barrel Race
25th - 26th Cooranbong, NSW
Hunter Barrel Horse Association - Divisional Barrel Race
25th Berrimah, NT
Top End Drum Runners - Divisional Barrel Race
26th Quirindi Rodeo Arena
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
26th Berrimah, NT
Top End Drum Runners - Divisional Barrel Race

July 2022

2nd Carrieton, SA
Northern Barrel Racing League - Divisional Barrel Race
2nd Cunnamulla QLD
Outback Barrel Horse Circuit - Divisional Barrel Race
2nd Berrimah, NT
Top End Drum Runners - Divisional Barrel Race
3rd Branxton, NSW
Lower Hunter Horse Sports Association - Divisional Barrel Race
9th - 10th Gracemere, Qld CQLX
Capricorn Coast Circuit - Cap Coast Circuit Triple Crown Series - Divisional Barrel Race
16th Biloela, QLD
ABHA Callide Valley - Divisional Barrel Race
16th Quirindi Rodeo Arena
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
17th Biloela, QLD
ABHA Callide Valley - Divisional Barrel Race
17th Moonbi, NSW
Moonbi Magic Barrel Racing Club - Divisional Barrel Race

August 2022

7th Rawsonville Arena, Dubbo
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
20th Moonbi, NSW
Moonbi Magic Barrel Racing Club - Divisional Barrel Race
20th - 21st Tarcutta, NSW
Ultimate Barrel Racing - Divisional Barrel Race
21st Moonbi, NSW
Moonbi Magic Barrel Racing Club - Divisional Barrel Race
26th Nebo Under Cover Arena QLD
ABHA - Central QLD - Divisional Barrel Race
27th Nebo Under Cover Arena QLD
ABHA - Central QLD - Divisional Barrel Race
27th Goulburn, NSW
Tablelands Tin Spinners - Divisional Barrel Race
28th Goulburn, NSW
Tablelands Tin Spinners - Divisional Barrel Race

September 2022

3rd Rawsonville Arena, Dubbo
Central West Barrel Horse Club - Divisional Barrel Race
3rd Berrimah, NT
Top End Drum Runners - Divisional Barrel Race
10th Tarcutta, NSW
Ultimate Barrel Racing - Divisional Barrel Race
12th - 18th TAMWORTH, NSW
ABHA - *** ABHA National Finals ***
24th Berrimah, NT
Top End Drum Runners - Divisional Barrel Race


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News

ABHA Newsletter , Fri 27th May, 2022

ABHA Newsletter May 2022.pdf

CIRCLE L - THE OFFICIAL HAT OF THE ABHA!!, Wed 18th May, 2022




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All Circle L products are designed here in Australia with both durability and comfort in mind to suit Australian conditions.


We are super excited to be partnered with Circle L and thank them for their continued support with the ABHA! Please head on over and like their social media pages so you can keep up with the latest styles Circle L Western Products and you can shop the website anytime day or night!


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COVID-19 NOTICE, Thu 13th Jan, 2022


2022 NATIONAL FINALS **SAVE THE DATE** & QUALIFYING CRITERIA, Thu 6th Jan, 2022





12-17th September 2022, AELEC Tamworth NSW


???? You must compete in 1 ABHA competitive event (exhibitions do not count) from 1st July 2021 - 30th June 2022
???? Once qualified, you may enter as many horses as you wish at Finals
???? There is no qualifying criteria for Classic or Maturity horses

We are gearing up for the biggest and best Finals to date, so book your annual leave and check the ABHA calendar to attend an event near you!


**MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT**, Wed 5th Jan, 2022

ABHA TV Presenter - Matt Burns with ABHA President - Leslie Moore



Leslie Moore to take over the reins as ABHA President, Wed 8th Dec, 2021

The ABHA Board of Directors accepted President Cathy Raaen’s request to end her tenure on December 6th 2021 which was due to expire on 17th September 2022. As a result of this early departure The Board elected Director Leslie Moore as President to fulfil Cathy’s duties until a new President takes office once elected at the 2022 AGM.

Cathy Raaen first joined the ABHA Board of Directors in May 2010, serving her time through to May 2012. During the ABHA National Finals in Tamworth Cathy was elected President at the AGM in September 2019. Since this time Cathy was able to accomplish many things for the Association including what most have never encountered, the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I would like to thank Cathy for her time and dedication of service to an Association that I know is near and very dear to her heart and soul,” said incoming President, Leslie Moore. 

“The ABHA creates a passion in anyone who has the privilege to serve and Cathy’s commitment to the ABHA is the epitome of that passion. For that I thank her.” The Board and I wish Cathy all the Best for her future endeavours.


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