THE Murrumbidgee Carriage Driving Club is continuing to build a name for itself after successfully hosting its annual heavy event recently.
Held last month, 23 competitors and nine heavy horses took part in the day at the Murrami sport and recreational grounds, which was in peak condition.
Club secretary Robyn Schmetzer said good food and good company also added to the day.
"The events were pumpkin snatch, log snig and an obstacle driving competition," she said.
"The overall winner of these competitions was Rhonda Campbell driving her Clydesdale, Spike, who took home the club's perpetual shield for the best performed horse over the competition.
"The judge for the day was Ian Dahlenberg, who has bred and shown Clydesdales all his life.
"The afternoon had the beautiful Clydesdales harnessed up in carriages and competitors drove a gamblers choice cones course.
"The winners were Graham Ryan first, second Gail Habermann and third Rhonda Campbell.
"Competitors from far and wide travelled to be a part of the day."