The thrilling annual Injune Golden Bit Campdraft will be held from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24 at the Possum Park Campdraft Grounds in Injune.
Hundreds of people are expected to attend, with competitors from all corners of the country vying for the opportunity to win a prestigious Golden Bit Trophy.
Breakfast through to dinner will be available all weekend, with a bar also in operation and two trade stores selling horse and saddlery gear. Aside from all the campdrafting action, be sure not to miss Saturday night’s entertainment with the talented Maggie Burey set to get toes tapping.
The campdraft is organised by hard-working volunteers and impressive cattle loaned by generous members of the Injune district, with money raised going back to the community.
The Injune Golden Bit Committee invest money back into the facilities they use, as well as make regular donations to other non-profits and worthy organisations. Last year, a second campdraft held in November, raised $31,000 for the Injune Retirement Village.
For more information please contact secretary Carolyn Roberts by phoning 4626 3577 or email email@example.com.
- Campdrafting is an Australian family horse sport and continues to grow in popularity each year.
- Injune is steeped in campdrafting history and the Injune Campdrafting Association has been running campdrafts since the early 1930’s.
- An Injune local and founding committee member, Mr Ernie Harland, was the number one badge holder of the Australian Campdrafting Association at its inception in 1972.