The Dairyland Driving Club, Inc. (DDC), was organized in 1983 to promote horse-drawn carriage driving through safety and education. DDC pleasure drives at Old World Wisconsin near Eagle, and drives at various other scenic locations around Wisconsin are planned for the members each year. NEW: Visit us on Facebook!
The DDC booth in the Coliseum at the Midwest Horse Fair in April features an attractive display and is always an interesting and friendly place to visit.
A number of clinics are held by the DDC such as the popular Safety Clinic for new and aspiring drivers, the Trail Clinic that is for new drivers who plan to attend DDC Pleasure Drives, Member Cinics featuring famous driving instructors, and mentoring for the ADS the Young Drivers' Camp. See Clinics on the vertical menu for more information.
The Dairyland Driving Club Safety Manual was first published by DDC members in 1997 and the second edition is now available for only $5. Contact DDC Secretary Myrna Rhinehart for details.
These veteran drivers, friends and family members are enjoying a picnic lunch after their morning drive. A long standing tradition of the Dairyland Driving Club is that the more experienced members assist the newer members and provide valuable resources for them in many ways. Horse driving enthusiasts and their families are welcome to join.