Hendra Pony Club

Since 1959

Manure collection

The sale of manure is a significant revenue raising activity of the club, with annual sales being in excess of $3,000.  This ongoing revenue stream contributes to the ability of our club to purchase and maintain equipment for the use and enjoyment of all members.

South paddock

Manure officer is Lyndall Vaughan


Agister's in our southern paddock are to pick up manure, to fill 5 bags for each horse. These bags are to be stacked as directed (location may change from time to time). Lyndall to check off every Friday afternoon.  Manure bags are to be taken out the front by whomever is rostered on that month for rubbish bins, water troughs and mowing.


A reminder that you are responsible for the upkeep of the feed yard allocated to you. Unallocated yards can be used by all agisters if needed, however manure should be removed when you take your horse out.  


If you put your horse into the round yard or in one of the front yards for a period, the manure needs to be cleaned up morning and night.



North paddock 

Manure officer is Georgia Glenn

Agister's in our northern paddock are to pick up manure, to fill 5 bags for each horse, these bags are to be placed under the horses name on side of the sheds for Georgia to check off every Friday afternoon.  Manure bags are to be taken out the front for sale by individual agisting families (taking manure out for sale is not part of the monthly roster in the north paddock as there is no trailer readily available).


A reminder that if you use a feed yard or round yard to stall a horse for a period, the manure needs to be cleaned up so others can use it.   


The arena is for riding, it is not designed for keeping horses locked up unattended or for grazing.