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Australia Names Jumping Teams for Oceania Championships

Published on 16.09.2013
Jumping prodigy Tom McDermott (pictured) is set to strike twice at the Oceania Championships* (formerly known as the Trans-Tasman) happening at this weekend’s Australian Showjumping Championships with the 20 year old today named a member of Australia’s senior and young rider teams. ...


Saddleworld Australian Dressage Championships - Women Predicted to Dominate in the Grand Prix

Published on 16.09.2013
In just under six weeks the Saddleworld Australian Dressage Championships will be held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre. Undoubtedly, the highlight of this event will be the Grand Prix competition. Over the past few years, there has been a number of new horse and rider combinations which have taken centre stage at this elite level. The likes of Rachel Downs and Jaybee Alabaster, Brett Parbery and Victory Salute, Chantal Wigan and Ferrero, are no longer in the running, making way for new Australian Grand Prix competitors. ...


Top Class Dressage Comes to Scone

Published on 16.09.2013
Local dressage enthusiasts will once again have the chance to compete against the State’s top dressage riders at the upcoming Upper Hunter Dressage Association competition on 29 September. ...


Australian International 3 Day Event Update

Published on 16.09.2013
Competitor Entries NOW OPEN Competition entries for the Australian International 3 Day Event are now open - click here to enter for $120,000 in Prize money and Prizes. ...


FEI to Review Dressage Freestyle Judging

Published on 14.09.2013
A Dressage Freestyle test event to review the judging of Freestyle competitions in order increase consistency and accuracy will be held on the premises of the German Equestrian Federation at Warendorf on 24 September. ...


Where Do They Come From?

Published on 14.09.2013
One most fascinating subject rarely covered and generally skirted over in any conversation, is why at beginner and entry level, riding schools in many Western countries are largely female dominated and yet at champion level, in the majority, it is quite the reverse. It begs one interesting question. Where do the top level male riders come from? Are they being schooled in secret? Why is this situation almost excepted now as the norm? ...


Career Opportunity: Corporate Sales & Administration Assistant with RB Sellars

Published on 13.09.2013
RB Sellars specializes in quality workwear and casual clothing for men, women and children in the rural market. We are a fast moving company with a highly successful mail order and online business. ...


Future of Australian Dressage to be Reviewed

Published on 13.09.2013
The Equestrian Australia Board together with the Australian Dressage Committee (ADC) will review dressage sport in Australia in order to align the goals and vision for the future. ...


Black Caviar Still The World’s Number One

Published on 13.09.2013
The International Federation of Horseracing Authorities released their latest World’s Best Racehorse Rankings for 2013 overnight, with Australian bred and Inglis sold champion Black Caviar right at the top. ...


Endurance Strategic Planning Group holds its first meeting

Published on 13.09.2013
The Endurance Strategic Planning Group, which was set up following a round table session at the FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI) on 24 July, held its first meeting via teleconference on Tuesday, 10 September. ...


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