Our Fabulous Gold Rush Obstacle trail is based on the history of the area and currently includes 12 obstacles including a suspension bridge.

The Shire of Gordon was named after the area’s first settler, George Gordon, in 1838. Gold was discovered in the vicinity in May 1858, and the mining town of Gordon soon grew by the Moorabool River. The goldfield was also known as Gordon’s.

And then ride in our Bush Paddock experience a fully enclosed paddock with pockets of bush, a dam and wildlife. Just perfect for young horses or nervous nellies not yet ready for trail riding on public trails.

And if you don’t have a horse to bring currently consider practicing your skills with one of the Horse Shepherd ponies.

Need More Help?

Please Contact us on 0429239326 / 0400 743 188 Or E-Mail us at Troy@horseshepherdpark.org