The State Equestrian Centre (SEC) has several zones to train in, and all bookings can be made online -- Some zones will be available for booking later tonight.
Please note that you will need to provide your personal details when making the booking. It MUST be made in the name of the person attending so we have a record in case any patrons becomes ill with a suspected case of COVID-19. Please also note that your details may be shared with the local public health authorities should it become necessary. If you do not consent to this, you will NOT be permitted on site.
Although restrictions have now been eased, it is still important to cease non-essential activity and stay at home as much as possible, therefore we kindly request that you DO NOT bring spectators or any other non-essential parties as we only allow for two people per horse.
You are required to ‘Get in, Train, Get out’, therefore please DO NOT arrive more than 45 minutes before the booking time and depart promptly when no longer active. Socialising or group meals is strictly prohibited.
WA Premier Mark McGowan announced phase two of the easing of lifestyle restrictions, imposed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which will get underway from Monday, May 18.
It mentions the following in regards to sports,
Non-contact community sports and training allowed for no more than 20 people.
Outdoor and indoor fitness classes with minimal shared equipment can take place limited to 20 people.
The easing of these restrictions will enable Equestrian WA to implement the following actions;
The opening of the EWA office to the Public from Monday 25th May, opening times Monday to Wednesdays 9 am to 5 pm and Thursdays 9am to 12 pm.
The opening of the State Equestrian Centre for training purposes from Monday 25th May, seven days a week 9am till 5pm, please the SEC protocols (in the COVID-19 Info page) and note all riding at the SEC requires an online booking.
Advice to Clubs and coaches that training is allowed for no more than 20 people and can commence from Monday 18th May as outline by the WA Government.
To support the gradual restart of the equestrian activities, EWA has produced the a set of documents which is available via the COVID-19 Information page on our website.
These documents will also be reviewed as WA Government Covid restrictions are updated.
We look forward to seeing more and more activity in the sport over the coming weeks and thank you for your support.