2010 Cavalcade photos

Some Classic comment’s back from the 2010 Cavalcade:

“i had a fantastic time despite the broken arm and will ‘make it’ next year! thankyou to everyone on the crew, a special thanks to roberta for your determination to help me get there, an also to the kind people who tended to me on the hill and got me down gently to hospital.
roll on 2011 in oamaru.
cheers gilly”

Click here for Stephen Jacquirie’s awe-inspiring scenic shots from many of the trails.

Click here for Stephanie’s brilliant portrait shots. www.handmadephotography.co.nz/web_galleries.php

Click here for Jeremy Clulow’s fantastic photos of the Minaret Marauders walking trail.
If you have any more please send us the links and we’ll add them here. Or you can email us the small versions of your pic’s and we’ll add them to our gallaries.

See us on youtube here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kagcw8NTsOw Thanks very much to Scott and Melissa at Sunshine Video Productions.

And click here for the TV1 news bit about us. Thanks very much to Ross Wilson (You’ll be able to buy his DVD including the news coverage soon).

Speight’s Heavy Wagons.


Swanndri Makarora Trail

7 thoughts on “2010 Cavalcade photos

  1. Hi. I would like to learn more about the Cavalcade for next year. I would like the longest one, I will be coming from Canada, and will need a horse. We have an outfitting operation here (www.anchord.com) and am really interested in riding in your country. Have friends/relatives there but have never been there.

  2. gunna buy a big horse cause i are big . my wife wants to waik along . we are keen . used to be rider and love horses . please keep us posted. cheers .tony

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  4. My sister 40th and my 50th this year and we would luv to do the cavalacde for our birthdays ,with our best friends can you send me more info.i.e cost and do you supply horses at all

    • Hi Bridie,
      The general cost of the Cavalcade is in the ball-park of $70- $90 per day including food and basic accommodation (in a woolshed or tent). Most trails are 5-7 days long.
      To hire a horse please check out our Classifieds page in the top right hand corner of this website.

      I have added your email to our database so we’ll keep you up-to-date as things progress.


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