HORSE OF THE YEAR PROGRAM AND WORKOUTS NOW AVAILABLE
The EWA Show Horse and Endeavon Products Horse & Rider of the Year program and workouts are now available on the Equestrian WA website.
Entries close via Nominate on Monday 8 August at 9pm. Late entries will not be accepted.
This year’s event will feature classes for Off the Track Thoroughbred sponsored by OTTWA, classes for Purebred Arabian, Arabian Derivative and Arabian Performance Index sponsored by the Western Australian Arabian Horse Association and Ridden Shetland.
Horses do not need to be registered with EWA to compete in the Arabian classes but the rider must be either a competitor, participant or adult riding member of EWA to compete and horses must be registered in their relevant registry with the Arabian Horse Society of Australia to compete.
Horses do not need to be registered with EWA if they are only competing in the OTT class, however the owner must be an EWA competitor member and the horse must be registered when competing at the Australasian Show Horse & Rider Championships.
Riders must hold a minimum of Adult Rider membership of EWA to compete in the OTT class at the State Horse and Rider of the Year. Race name and OTT Passport Number of the horse must be included with the entry. Click here for more information with regard to obtaining an OTT Passport Number.
Horse of the Year Program
Rider under 12 years, 12, 13 & 14 years
Rider 15, 16 & 17 years, 18 years up to inc 25 years and over 26 years
SHOW HORSE LEADERBOARD UPDATED
Follow the progress of the EWA Show Horse Leaderboard on the Show Horse WA webpage. The leaderboard now includes results from Riverside and the Winter Gala.
The remaining leaderboard dates for the year are below:
HOY: Friday 9 September - Sunday 11 September
WAAHA: Saturday 8 October
Albany Horsemans: Sunday 9 October
Perth Horse & Pony Club: Sunday 16 October
A horse’s sensory hairs may not be clipped and/or shaven or otherwise modified in any way under penalty of elimination from the event.
Individual sensory hairs may be removed by a veterinarian to prevent pain or discomfort for the horse. Areas of hair that must be clipped, shaven or removed to allow veterinary treatment are exempt from this rule.
A phase in period of six months is being introduced to ensure horses are competing with sensory hairs. From 1 July 2022, horses found competing with clipped/shaven/otherwise modified sensory hairs will be issued a recorded warning.
Visit the Equestrian Australia website to access the general regulations.