Bringing the best junior riders together

Blackbutt Gymkhana reschedule to September 21.
Blackbutt Gymkhana reschedule to September 21. Dan Elliott

SOME of the region's best junior riders will be showcased at the Blackbutt Showgrounds for the annual gymkhana on Sunday.

Dianne Morsley helped organise the event and said more than 50 riders were expected on the day.

She said riders were coming from across the South Burnett and there were clubs attending from Brisbane Valley and Bell.

"Riders compete individually but they come in their clubs," Ms Morsley said.

"We have about 50 nominations and expect to pick up a few more on the day."

After the parade, at 8.30am the competition will start junior riding before races.

Blackbutt Gymkhana is at the Blackbutt Showgrounds in Hart St from 8.30am on Sunday.

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