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Equestrian Australia

May 2016

WEG 2022

Equestrian Australia (EA) has submitted to the FEI a non-binding Expression of Interest (EOI) in relation to hosting the 2022 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG). READ


The Coaches Calendar has been updated with new courses and clinics availables. VIEW


The Officials Calendar has been updated with new courses and clinics availables. MORE


Remember to check the Officials Page of the EA website for support and assistance. It is regularly updated VIEW

Show Horse and Dressage Measuring Calendar HERE


View past editions of Evolve Newsletters on the EA website

May 24, 2016

Important reaccreditation information for coaches

The reaccreditation process for NCAS coaches now occurs every three years rather than every two years. In addition to completing their annual coach renewal, this year all NCAS coaches will be required to undergo reaccreditation. The coach renewal period will open in June. MORE Facebook Like Button

INSIGHT - The Radolfzell Three Day Event

Bronwyn Gillott, selected to participate in the FEI Global Education Program, has recently returned from the Radolfzell Three Day Event (GER) where she officiated as an Eventing Steward. Here she shares her story. READ Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Feeding for Recovery

Feeding for recovery is vital when horses compete in multi day events, especially those which have an endurance phase on day 2. This includes 3 day eventing, driving, endurance, show jumping, campdrafting or polocrosse events.

There are 3 key aspects of feeding for recovery including dehydration, muscle glycogen stores and muscle repair and recovery. READ Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

2016 Education Course for Coach Educators, SSTAs & Mentors

The course is designed to qualify Coach Educators and Skill Specific Trainers and Assessors in the training and delivery of NCAS programs. Check Calendar and registration information HERE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Coach of the Month - Anne Lindh

COACH OF THE MONTH is a regular series in our Evolve e-News. It is a way of highlighting the EA coaches and educators who work with dedication and passion all over Australia.

In May we are profiling Anne Lindh, EA Specific Driving Level 2 Coach, nominated by Equestrian South Australia. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

FEI Vaulting course for Coaches was a success

EA has hosted the 2nd FEI Vaulting course for Coaches from 25-28th April 2016, this time at Gawler, South Australia. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Positions Available in Equestrian Australia

Equestrian Australia is currently recruiting the following positions:

  • Pathway Manager - Athletes
  • Pathway Manager - Coaches
  • Pathway Manager - Officials

Applications close Monday 30 May 2016. View positions HERE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Christoph Hess trains with #Rio2016 Eventing hopefuls

Australian based #Rio2016 Eventing hopefuls had the chance to work with leading German trainer and judge Christoph Hess ahead of the Sydney International Horse Trials​.

LISTEN to Christoph talk about his training philosophy and hear what some of the athletes think of his methods.Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

INSIGHT - Officials share your story...

Are you an Equestrian Australia official who has recently officiated overseas and interested in sharing your experiences with other officials and the greater equestrian community for a new series? 

Our INSIGHT series tells the stories of international competitions from an Officials perspective.

The stories that we collect will be published on the Equestrian Australia website and/or newsletters and EA social media sites.

If you are interested in recounting your time abroad as an official, please submit your details using our online form. Officials who participate will be asked to submit a brief summary of their experience and also provide an image/s from the event.

CLICK HERE to be taken to the online form where you can submit your details. Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Sport News

  • Keach creates history with Rio selection alongside Tops-Alexander. READ
  • How the Aussies finsihed up at Badminton. READ
  • Rio 2016 Identified Combinations. VIEW

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