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All the Australia-based WEG horses have finally returned to Australia.
The last horses to leave Kentucky Heatherton Park Al Capone (ridden by Kate Doughty) and Wirragulla Nicklaus (Paul Athanasoff) arrived into quarantine at Eastern Creek on Friday afternoon, where they will spend the next three weeks.
The other team horses, which had been in quarantine in New Zealand, touched down in Sydney and Melbourne on Sunday night. Kirby Park Joy (Grace Bowman) and West Coast Archaron (Norbert Radny) arrived in Melbourne whilst Victory Salute (Brett Parbery), Jaybee Alabaster (Rachael Sanna), Nikshar Nomination (Nicole Kullen), Applewood Eldorado (Sharon Jarvis) , Holstein Park Leilani (Chris Burton), Vettori (Stuart Tinney) , Ringwould Jaguar (Sonja Johnson), Don ( Penny Toft) and Tarrongower Crecendo (Matt Sample) flew into Sydney. These horses have now headed home.
Kirby Park Irish Jester (Megan Jones) left quarantine at Eastern Creek on Monday 22nd November after a direct flight from Los Angeles.
It has been three month journey for our team horses. The Endurance horses left Australia on 29th August. The Eventing, Dressage and Para-Equestrian horses left on 13th September.
The West Australian horses Ringwould Jaguar, Applewood Eldorado and West Coast Archaron still have to cross the Nullarbor, where Jag will retire to a nice paddock.
Equestrian Australia would like to thank Amy McGregor, Bree Furze, Jennifer Calver and Tarsha Macklinshaw, the grooms who looked after the horses in quarantine.
Nicola Turner, equestrian.org.au