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Posted by Marketing on 19/02/2024.

Landmark Survey on Road Safety for Horses

Western Australian Horse Council Launches Landmark Survey on Road Safety for Horses
Perth WA – The Western Australian Horse Council (WAHC) is proud to announce the launch of a comprehensive survey aimed at improving road safety for horses and their riders. This initiative, hosted on Google Forms, invites members of the equestrian community and the general public to share their experiences and suggestions regarding the coexistence of horses and vehicular traffic on Western Australia’s roads.
A Community Effort for Safer Roads
Road safety for horses is a critical issue that affects not just horse riders, but also drivers and pedestrians. With an increasing number of incidents involving horses on our roads, the WAHC is taking a proactive approach to understand the challenges and develop effective strategies for safer shared road use.
Survey Scope and Impact
The survey is designed to gather detailed information about:
  • Incidents involving horses on the road
  • Perceived challenges by horse riders and road users
  • Effective measures to enhance safety for horses, riders and drivers
  • Opportunities for collaboration with local government authorities and organizations
How to Participate
The WAHC encourages all community members, equestrian enthusiasts, and road users to participate in this important survey. Your feedback is invaluable and will play a key role in shaping the future of road safety for horses in Western Australia.
To participate, please visit
About Western Australian Horse Council
The WAHC is committed to promoting the welfare and interests of horses and their riders across Western Australia. Through advocacy, education, and collaboration, the Council works tirelessly to ensure a safe and thriving environment for the equestrian community.
Western Australian Horse Council
Media Contact
For more information about the survey or to schedule an interview with a representative from the Western Australian Horse Council, please contact the WA Horse Council at [email protected]
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