EA Chair, Judy Fasher, has released a statement following the recent controversial partnership announcement between Equestrian Australia and animal health company Zoetis. MORE
EWA has received a lot of comment from members and others throughout Australia on this matter. EWA would like to assure members that the EWA Chair and CEO have been in contact with other State Branches and are involved in the ongoing discussions with EA. We will inform members of the outcome of the discussions in due course.
DEMO HORSE WANTED
EWA are seeking a horse with a history of gastrointestinal ulcers to be used for a gastroscopy demonstration at an educational seminar with Ascot Vets on the evening of 17 April at the State Equestrian Centre. The horse needs to be quiet and willing to go into a crush and have a gastrointestinal tube inserted. Please email email@example.com if you can help.
NATIONAL SPORT RULE CHANGES
The National Sport rule changes will come into effect on 1 July 2018. This is to allow a period for members to familiarise themselves with the changes. MORE
EWA'S CONCERNS REGARDING THE EA AWARDS
EWA has recently come to question the validity of the categories of Domestic Athlete of the Year and Domestic Horse of the Year for the Equestrian Australia (EA) Awards because they appear to exclude the representation of Show Horse athletes and horses. EWA is committed to addressing this matter. MORE
UPDATED: NEW RULES & IDENTIFICATION FOR EA REGISTERED STALLION
EA has today announced that, following feedback from members and consultation with the ACCC, the need for stallion owners to only purchase EA branded bridle holders and halter discs has been removed. MORE