Parktrot

Colin's Parktrot

Parktrot

Colin's Parktrot

General Information

GRAND OPENING SOON– the first ever parkrun for horses and riders!!

Parktrot

Enhance your health and happiness in the great outdoors! You will also have the opportunity to make friends who have similar interests.

The Parktrot is a completely FREE horse riding and carriage driving experience which takes place every first Sunday of the month at Horseback Africa. The participants ride on their own horses and/or bring their own carriages for this wonderful experience inside a game reserve.

The track is 5 km long. Some riders would like to double up and enjoy a 10km event. The participants can walk, trot or even canter the track as long as you and your horse are fit and healthy.

Colin's Parktrot

Carriage drivers will start behind the riders. Some people are competitive, and they are welcome to improve their own “race” times.
 

Be part of the “horsy” community.

The Parktrot is free to all horse owners and carriage drivers. Carriage drivers are encouraged to allow community members to experience the event on their carriages as passengers. You are welcome to bring the family too, as long as they remain on the carriages during the ride/trot.

Colin's Parktrot

After the event, you can enjoy a coffee or even a lovely breakfast in the Wild Horse restaurant at very reasonable prices.

 

How do I take part?

By registering for the Parktrot, you become part of the Colin’s Parktrot community, where you can join us for FREE weekly trots on a Sunday morning at 8am. Registration is FREE.
Please complete and sign the form below and send back to us before your first Parktrot.

Click here to download the Application Form

Colin's Parktrot

If you would like to receive your results and earn Parktrot points, you would need to purchase a Timing Band which will cost you R60. You can buy this Timing Band at our first Parktrot here on site at Horseback Africa.

Feel free to phone the lodge about details for the Grand Opening of the Parktrot at Colin’s Horseback Africa!

 

Volunteer Tasks and Responsibilities