Jamieson Primary School ride out
ONE of the many advantages to schooling in the Mansfield Shire is the wide range of activities each school offers.
Last week, students from the Jamieson Primary School enjoyed a day out horse riding.
Run by McCormack’s Mountain Valley Trail Rides, students were expected to groom, prepare and saddle their own horse before getting ready to ride.
After lunch, students spent time learning the basics of riding before playing some gymkhana games.
It is the third year running Jamieson Primary School has spent the day with McCormack’s – with both the Merrijig and Steiner Schools also spending time horse-riding during the 2017 school year.
HONEY: Georgia Whitehand and Honey the horse wait their turn at last week’s Jamieson Primary School horse riding lesson.
PEA ON A PUMPKIN: Little Charlie Eury was lucky enough to score CJ for her riding lesson, one of the biggest – but kindest – horses.
PROUD AS PUNCH: Locky Konin was stoked to come home with a fistful of ribbons.