Calendar of Events

 

Dec
30
Sun
Delungra New Years Jackpot Stockman’s Challenge
Dec 30 2018 – Jan 1 2019 all-day
Feb
2
Sat
2019 Landmark Classic Campdraft, Challenge & Sale
Feb 2 – Feb 9 all-day

New in 2019
2019 Classic Jackpot

2019 Landmark Classic Ladies Foundation Fundraiser
Feb 2 – Feb 9 all-day

The 2019 Classic Ladies Foundation Fundraiser will support Multiple Sclerosis Research and the Foundation For Breast Cancer Care.

Foundation for Breast Cancer Care Kiss Goodbye to MS


Fundraising efforts will include:
2019 Classic Ladies Foundation Activities

Feb
25
Mon
2018 NCHA National Finals – Toowoomba
Feb 25 – Mar 2 all-day
Feb
28
Thu
2019 ASHS National Show
Feb 28 – Mar 9 all-day
Mar
2
Sat
2018 Fountain of Youth Sale
Mar 2 all-day
Mar
22
Fri
2019 Balonne Branch ASHS Campdraft, Show, Challenge & Sale
Mar 22 – Mar 24 all-day
May
2
Thu
Landmark Supreme Toowoomba Horse Sale
May 2 – May 5 all-day

The Toowoomba Supreme Sale is quickly becoming one of the strongest performance horse sales in Australia each year.  In 2018:

  • Sale grossed $1.34 million and set a new overall average record!
  • The Campdraft and Challenge events had over 450 campdraft and challenge runs

The 2019 event will boast over $80,000 in cash and prizes!

Sale Nominations: Open January 7 to February 15, via Landmark LIVE.


landmark Supreme Toowoomba Horse Sale

May
27
Mon
2019 NCHA Futurity
May 27 – Jun 9 all-day

With the Annual NCHA Cutting Futurity attracting more than 500 competitors and paying out over $700,000 in cash and prizes over the duration of the event, it is not hard to believe it is the biggest and richest indoor sporting horse event in the Southern Hemisphere.

Coming from humble beginnings at the Moonbi Showgrounds and offering up a prize purse of $10,000 1974 marked the beginning of the first official cutting Futurity, run over 3 days and exhibiting 25 keen competitors.

46 years later the prestigious event is hosted in the Country Music Capital of Tamworth, NSW and is one the biggest draw cards in the region, bringing in an estimated $2.3 million to the local economy each year. The Futurity attracts on average 15,000 spectators throughout the 14 day program, not only from all parts of Australia, but also worldwide. With the event being housed at the spectacular $38 million dollar Australian Equine, Livestock & Events Centre (AELEC) it offers 59 premium indoor trade sites, along with approximately 600 stables and 191 powered campsites, with plenty of room for non-powered camping.

2019 NCHA Futurity