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Welcome to
Horses - In - Action Competitors Association Inc



This site contains information on membership, horse registration, measuring, show dates, results, current news and more.

Horses-in-Action Competitors Association holds shows throughout the year in the metropolitan and regional areas of South Australia.

The Association is purely a non profit organization run by volunteers.  It continues it's history of offering a friendly competitive environment for show horse enthusiasts and young riders.  New members, new ideas and written comment are welcomed.



Our deepest condolences to Penny Scott and family on the recent sudden passing of her mother, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time 

~ Rest in Peace - Jill Mosey ~

We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to husband Peter, children Kerry, Kim & Richard, and families on the sad passing of Jill. A beautiful lady who will be sadly missed by all. 

Australia Day Results now available on our Results Page

Please visit www.emmawoolman.com for official photos from the day

See our LATEST NEWS page for updated information on Show Horse Council Australasia Competition Rules, All States Showdown qualifying information and forms & Gallery Equine Grand Nationals 2016 Show Module.




(a) At any SHC Official Show where Drug Testing is carried out, SHC Treatment Forms are required to be lodged (as per requirements of the Show Committee) for any horse that has been administered any Medication, Drug or Prohibited Substance, within 30 days prior to and/or on the day of competition.  This includes anything given to the horse even to clip it, a small amount of bute, cough medicine etc 

Click here for link to form 

Criteria for FIRST RIDDEN Show & Show Hunter Ponies   not exceeding 12.2hh, aged 3 yrs & over, ridden by a child aged 5 yrs & under 12 yrs.  Shetland ponies are eligible to enter. As these are saddle classes, judging will be on the suitability of the mount for the rider.  A snaffle bit must be used, with a cavesson noseband, a narrow strap may be attached to the front of the saddle.  Cane to not exceed 40cm, no spurs permitted.  No cantering is allowed during work on the ring, however a small canter is allowed during the workout.  



Tues 12th & Wed 13th JULY 2016  - Adam Oliver Clinic -

McLaren Park Indoor

Forms Available on our 

Calendar Page

Sat 17th & Sun 18th SEPT 2016



Mallala Equestrian Centre 

Program Available Soon