- CCI Classes only - Rider information
- Riders help list posted
- Puhinui Preview
- Walk the Cross Country with Andrew Nicholson
- 2013 Timetable now available online
- *JUMP A BULL PUHINUI RIDERS PARTY*
- Live scoring on Equestrian Entries
- What to expect at Puhinui 2013
- 'An Eventful Life' will be at Puhinui
- Come do your Christmas shopping at Puhinui Trade Village next weekend
- International Eventing Stars at Puhinui
- Dine-in buffet with complimentary drinks while you watch the action
Puhinui International 3 Day Event
6 - 8 December 2013
Puhinui Reserve, Prices Road, Manukau City
Puhinui International 3 Day Event - New Zealand's major 3day equine triathlon.
Incorporating trade stands, food stalls, a bar and a hospitality tent, Puhinui Horse Trials is a must for all equestrian calendars and a great day out for families of all kinds... come and join the action and excitement!
We've got a number of very successful eventers making appearances at Puhinui this year.... It will be great to see World No 1 Andrew Nicholson plus too-many-titles-to-list-here-winner Blyth Tait.
Fellow Olympians Joe Meyer, Heelan Tompkins and Matthew Grayling will also be at Puhinui, along with rising stars Clarke Johnstone, Annabel Wigley and Lizzie Brown and local riders coming from all over New Zealand.
If you have never experienced the thrill of eventing or are a keen equestrian enthusiast, then Puhinui is the place to be this weekend. Dressage is on Friday, cross country Saturday, and showjumping on Sunday.
$5 gate charge, children under 13 free.
Sorry, Dogs are not allowed on Puhinui Reserve. Riders will be eliminated if they bring a dog.
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* Jock Paget had been scheduled to be at Puhinui. He is currently on provisional suspension under FEI rules due to his horse having returned positive tests, and cannot compete or have any official role at any FEI or national level event, of which Puhinui is one. ESNZ have advised that Jock will not be attending our event. We know that, like us, his many fans and supporters will be disappointed that he will not now be attending our event, but we must respect this decision. We are sure you all join us in wishing Jock all the very best of luck clearing his name.