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Welcome to the June edition of Impulsion

Last week saw 220 guests attend the Equestrian Australia Sport Achievement Awards Night in Melbourne. The evening was a tremendous success and we were delighted to have the newly elected President of the FEI, Ingmar De Vos as our special guest. Congratulations to all our awards recipients as well as our Hall of Fame inductees. A full recap of the evening is available in the news article below. 

Until next month,

Grant Baldock

CEO, Equestrian Australia

Equestrian Australia is proud to announce the winners of its annual Sport Achievement Awards

Equestrian greats end enthusiasts joined award finalists, their families and friends as well a host of industry members at Showtime in Melbourne to recognise the sport’s highest achievers of the past 12 months. View the full list of award winners MORE Facebook Like ButtonTweet Button

FEI President visits Sydney International Equestrian Centre

Ahead of his attendance at Equestrian Australia’s (EA) Sport Achievement Awards Night, FEI President Ingmar De Vos has visited the Sydney International Equestrian Centre (SIEC), venue for the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Ariat Rider of the Month

The Ariat Rider of the Month is Christine Bates who won the ever-popular Saddleworld Melbourne International CCI3* at Werribee Park. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

EA and RDA announce new partnership to grow equestrian sport

A new partnership between Equestrian Australia (EA) and Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia (RDA) is set to help riders with a disability maximise the opportunities available in equestrian sport nationally. MORE Facebook Like ButtonTweet Button

Aussie seniors win at Taupo and Rose takes CCI3* title

Shane Rose and CP Qualified won the Taupo (NZL) CCI3* three day event and Australia won the senior Oceania Eventing Challenge. MORE Facebook Like ButtonTweet Button

Good results from Aussies competing overseas this weekend ! Driving with Boyd Exell, Dressage with Briana Burgess and Lyndal Oatley and Jumping with Edwina Tops-Alexander. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

We are a Sporting Schools partner

Equestrian Australia & Pony Club Australia has partnered with the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) to offer sporting programmes to children before, during or after school. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Announcement of the riders for Hartpury CPEDI3* (UK)

National Para-Equestrian selectors confirmed the six Australian riders that will contest the Hartpury CPEDI3* in Hartpury College, Gloucester, UK from Wednesday 8th - Friday 10th July 2015. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Insight! Django's trip to NZL

Australian Dressage rider Jeremy Janjic is giving us his behind-the-scene insight of his trip to Hastings, New-Zealand in March 2015 with his horse Django de Cacharel to represent Australia in the Horse of the Year Show (CDI3*) ... MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Vivid Sydney more accessible than ever before with Paralympian ambassador Hannah Dodd

Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events Stuart Ayres today announced initiatives being delivered in 2015 to make Vivid Sydney more accessible and inclusive than ever before. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Rio 2016 ticket live sales start May 19th for Australian residents

The Rio 2016 Authorised Ticket Reseller in Australia, invites green and gold fans to take part in their next opportunity to secure Individual Tickets to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

Aussie team's Eventing Nations Cup update

The 2015 Houghton International Horse Trials took place in the grounds of Houghton Hall, Norfolk, England from 28-31 May. An Australian team composed of Chris Burton, Andrew Hoy and Kevin McNab finished sixth overall. MORE Facebook Like Button Tweet Button

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