2019 Equestrian WA Awards Night
If you know someone that deserves recognition for their success or contribution to the WA equestrian community, nominate them for an Award and they could be selected as one of the finalists recognised at the Equestrian Western Australia Awards Night being held 7 February 2020.
Nominations close 11:45 pm, 08 December 2019.
For information on the selection process, selection panel and award categories, please refer to the EWA Annual Awards Policy (pdf).
EOI FOR VIDEOGRAPHERS
We would like to invite all professional videographers to submit their interest to film eight (8) three-minute clips of eight award nominees for the 2019 EWA Awards Night, between mid-December 2019 to mid-January 2020.
The videographers will be required to possess their own workspace and equipment. The videographer is also expected to travel around the metro area to meet and film the candidates.
The Expression of Interest should include a statement detailing suitability for the role and any relevant experience in the field. The suggested hourly rate, together with a statement of availability, should also be included.
The Expression of Interest is to be sent via email to email@example.com by Friday 6th December 2019.
REMINDER: RETURN PERPETUAL TROPHIES TO THE EQUESTRIAN WA OFFICE
We kindly ask all of the 2018 perpetual trophy winners to please return the trophies to our office as soon as possible in readiness for the 2019 Awards ceremony.
NATIONAL SAFETY CONFERENCE FOR HORSE SPORTING ORGANISATIONS.
There has been a great deal of interest in the first national safety conference on equestrian sport organised by Pony Club Australia.
Registrations are now open for the conference, to be held in Melbourne on Saturday February 1, 2020.
Designed for all those involved in equestrian sports - decision makers, coaches, officials and participants, the attendees will have the chance to hear from some of the top experts in the fields of rider and workplace safety and horse welfare.
Attendees will also be able hear about current research and learn what safety changes are being made already or are in the pipeline.
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ATTENTION CLUBS/EVENT ORGANISERS!
Please note that the submission for the 2020 event dates are due NOW, and to be e-mailed to Meredith Tenger at firstname.lastname@example.org
Skills Impact are conducting a short survey on surveys used by Horse Owners/ businesses:
Whether you are an individual horse owner or represent a business that uses horses, Skills Impact invites you to complete a survey about horse care and the use of related services. This 5-minute survey will help us to develop a proposal for reviewing current and future equine skills standards and qualifications. See: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Equine_Industry
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