Where is it?
Central Coast Hinterland, 65km north-west of Sydney, at Glenworth Valley Horse Riding, 69 Cooks Road, Peats Ridge
How to see it for yourself?
This view is taken at the Popran Creek crossing, in front of the main horse riding complex at Glenworth Valley. However, the best way for visitors to see the running in of the horses each morning is to camp the night so you are there in time. The paddocks the horses are kept in overnight are regularly rotated, meaning their route can vary. Check with staff for information on the safest location to view them.
Why I love it
“The daily mustering of the property’s 200 horses is a sight to behold. The ground shakes as the horses run through the morning fog and splash through the waters of Popran Creek and up the bank towards the yards, ready for a day of transporting guests along 50km ofprivate riding trails. It’s a ritual that has been done here for over 40 years.” – Nicole Hain, Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures