Victory College

Equestrian Program

The Victory College Equestrian program welcomes students of all ages and riding abilities; from young students still on lead-line (being lead) through to advanced students who spend every weekend attending competitions.

The program’s main focus is currently jumping and flatwork (including dressage), but during their time in the program, students will get to experience a range of riding disciplines.

While there is three main instructors in the program, we often have guest instructors visit to help students develop a specific skill, or to allow them and their horses to try a completely new discipline.

A significant number of students who take part in the Equestrian program regularly compete in interschool competitions. The Victory team is proud to have won the Fraser Coast Interschool Showjumping Competition 5 years in a row. We also host an annual Showjumping Competition in March.

The Equestrian Centre also has a parent-run canteen to provide yummy snacks and drinks to hard working riders!

If your student/s do join the Equestrian program, be sure to also join the dedicated private Facebook group, Equestrian at Victory College. This is where updates on lessons and instructors are posted, information on upcoming events/competitions is shared, and members can post photos of the competitions they may have attended over a weekend (it’s a very supportive and encouraging team).


Program Timetable

Lessons take place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, with multiple lessons running simultaneously in each time slot:

  • Session 1: 3:15-4:15pm
  • Session 2: 4:15-5:15pm
  • Session 3: 5:15-6:15pm

Information on what is happening in each session, and the focus of the lesson, will be posted in the private Facebook group at the start of each week. A link will also be provided to register for the lesson/s.

Class Descriptions

  • Lead: introduction to riding, focus on developing skills and getting off the lead
  • Beginner: riders can walk, trot and canter, and begin to learn aides
  • Intermediate: riders have good aides, and are starting to learn lateral movements
  • Advanced: riders are learning flying changes and more advanced techniques

Registration and Biosecurity Forms

If you would like to join the Equestrian program, please complete the registration form, and return it to College reception, along with a completed copy of the Biosecurity form (both forms available below). These forms must be completed when first joining the Equestrian program, and again at the beginning of each year that you continue to be in the program.

Equestrian Program Registration Form 2021


Biosecurity Horse Health Declaration Form 2021