Membership Forms


Memberships are due October 30 each year to be financial member.

New joining fee or member renewing annual membership after 31 January add $30


NOTE: KEC members pay a $50 fundraising levy included in the fee structure which is refundable after participating in two fundraising duties. If one fundraising duty is attended $25 will be refunded. 


Please join up online HERE


Each year, all members must download, sign and return to KEC

the 2019-20 HRCAV Disclaimer. 


Send forms and payment to:

The KEC Secretary

 207 Bangholme Road

Bangholme Vic 3175 along with your S.A.E for fast return of stamped membership cards.


Junior Member

Membership for rider aged 17 and under

Senior Member

Membership for riders aged 18

 Senior 2nd Club Member

Is a member of another Horse Riding Association Victoria Club.

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Membership Types

Chaff Chat

Chaff Chat is the Official monthly HRCAV newsletter, which contains any changes/proposed amendments to the rules and regulations of the Association, programmes for all official events and feature articles and general information of interest to members.

A complimentary copy of the HRCAV Newsletter is sent to all affiliated Clubs. Members may subscribe to receive a direct mailed copy. Non-HRCAV members may also subscribe to Chaff Chat if they wish at the same rates as members.


The Horse Riding Clubs Association of Victoria currently has 244 member Clubs with 6000 individual members spread across Victoria and parts of NSW and South Australia. The HRCAV caters for a wide range of riders who enjoy the social aspect of Club membership as well as access to the extensive competition system. There is a Club within reach of most Victorians where you can join like minded riders for social activities, lessons/rallies or competition. Enquiries from interstate Clubs are welcome. The HRCAV caters for beginner riders right through to experienced competitors with a level assessment system that ensures that you will compete against others of similar experience and ability.

The objectives of the HRCAV, apart from overseeing the overall interests of its Members, are summarised as follows:

  • To promote interest in equestrian sports.

  • To promote good fellowship among those interested in equestrian sports.

  • To educate, train, coach and encourage Members of the Association.

  • To do all such things and acts conducive to the furtherance of the objects and interests of the Association

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