Be a part of Australia’s premier representative body for Trail Horse Riders.
Ride with confidence when you have an ATHRA club membership.
ATHRA provides members with great value and benefits.
ATHRA June Newsletter 2020.
March 2020 Trail Tales.pdf
ATHRA March Newsletter 2020.
December 2019 Trail Tales.pdf
ATHRA December Newsletter 2019.
IMS-F-022 Application for ATHRA Funding V20200505.doc
Clubs can use this form to apply for an ATHRA grant of up to $500 to support clubs to host and and hold regional events that reduce the cost of entry and encourage participation of members at these events.
IMS-F-024 Club Cash Book Template V20180918.xlsx
This is a simple Excel spreadsheet designed for Club Treasurers needing a tool to help them manage their Club’s cash flow.
IMS-F-043 Regional Managers Report V20190727.doc
To enable Regional Managers to remain informed about Clubs within assigned region and effectively communicate to the Board on matters effecting change and improvement.
IMS-GU-002 Forms and Procedures V20140221.pdf
A summary of all the forms and information guides available to Clubs and relating to:
Contacting ATHRA, affiliation, club member registration, fees and funding, the website, insurance, managing trail rides, special events and charity rides, trail ride challenges, member accreditation, merchandise and governance.
IMS-GU-015 Guide to Combatting Phytophthora V20190727.pdf
A guide to combatting Phytophthora, a soil and waterborne fungi that kill a wide variety of native plant species, fruits, vegetables, nuts and ornamental plants.
This disease can be spread by all bush user groups, including bush walkers, mountain and motor bike riders, park management vehicles, four wheel drives etc., and native and domestic animals, including horses.
IMS-GU-021 ATHRA Fee Schedule V20210429.xlsx.pdf
Provides information about ATHRA's fees (member registration, ride visitors, club affiliation, Accreditation, etc), plus ATHRA's bank account details for electronic payments.
IMS-GU-022 Sharing the Bush V20130601.pdf
A guide for trail bike riders, vehicles, cyclists and walkers meeting horse riders in the bush.
IMS-GU-054 Newsletter Standards V20170505.pdf
IMS-GU-058 Horse Trail Access Guidelines V20190319.pdf
This Horse Trail Access Guideline has been developed to provide a set of standards and information about horse trails and access issues for ATHRA Executive, affiliated clubs and members to use when communicating with external stakeholders.
IMS-P-015 Horse Trail Access Policy V20190319.pdf
This policy has been developed to assist Australian Trail Horse Riders Association (ATHRA) affiliated clubs and members to acknowledge the benefits of a national horse trail network and to assist with the effective and professional management of existing and future trail access matters.
Application, registration and other forms
Frequently asked questions
Guides and procedures
Descriptions of ATHRA administration positions
Registers and databases of information
Descriptions of standardised obstacles for Trail Ride Challenges
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