- VIP Hospitality 2018 -
In Association with Catwalk Spinal Cord Injury Research Trust
Come and share the excitement of the Puhinui International 3 Day Event in comfort and style!
Our hospitality packages offer something different for your Christmas Function this Year - with all day access to the Hospitality Marquee, morning and afternoon tea and a sumptuous buffet lunch with complimentary drink on arrival, cash bar available.
Saturday 8th December - Cross Country Day
Spend the whole day watching the exhilarating cross country phase of the Three Day Event either from the various vantage points around the beautiful Puhinui Reserve on foot, or in scheduled four wheel drive guided tours.
Relax in the Hospitality marquee, positioned to take in full view of the main arena over looking the water jump complex, while enjoying fine hospitality.
Sunday 9th December - Show Jumping Day
The final day of the Three Day Event - this phase decides the winners and place getters for the classes.
View the nail biting climax to the three days, of the top classes, from the Hospitality marquee which is positioned to take in full view of the main arena.
Cost per day $110.00 including GST per person for a full days entertainment, main gate entry, programmes, morning and afternoon tea, sumptuous buffet lunch and complimentary drink on arrival.
Tables of 10 available, or tickets can be purchased individually and we will place you on a table.
Please Note - As you will be in a rural environment, suitable footwear and clothing, appropriate for the weather conditions are recommended.
A Bit About Catwalk
The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Research Trust was founded in 2005 by Catriona Williams and a group of close friends. Catriona, formerly one of NZ’s leading international equestrian riders is a C6/C7 tetraplegic following a riding accident in 2002.
A world free from spinal cord injury (SCI) paralysis.
Dedicated to supporting innovative, world-class SCI research to cure the spinal cord after an injury. We are determined to translate these discoveries into treatments which restore movement and feeling to those injured. We need capacity and investment to challenge boundaries. With targeted funding and global collaboration, research exploration will accelerate to enable those living with SCI to walk again.
We would like to thank Catwalk on joining us in our event, we hope for a bright and long future!