After considerable thought and discussion with the Equestrian Australia Dressage Committee (EADC), Dressage NSW has taken the decision to forego hosting the 2020 Australian Dressage Championships on October 15th - 18th at SIEC. This was not an easy decision by the...
Sylvia Mclachlan is one very special and fabulous character and competitive lady of the sport. Funny, sharp, witty, elegant and a great horsewoman and not at all embarrassed to tell you she was born in 1950. Perhaps she may be the oldest competitor at the show but if you want a laugh, if you want to talk about any subject there is no doubt that she will be captivating
Jayden Brown is quite the consummate competitor and as it is with all top athletes, there is something that sets them apart from the good riders to the excellent ones. Jayden has a burning desire to be the best he can be yet is quiet natured and patient. He has a fabulous position on a horse and lets life and its rewards come to him. He has a great mind for the sport and that mindset is not so complicated.
The second instalment in the series of articles on riders from around Australia competing at the 2019 Championships. Caroline Hooper was the youngest rider in Australia to ride to Grand Prix on a part Arabian called Merrifield Zia at the age of 18 in 1985.
The first in a series of articles on riders from around Australia competing at the 2019 Championships. Katina Smith and one her students Shania Madden feature in the story.
For four days in October, horses and riders from most Australian States will go head-to-head aiming to take home a National Champion Trophy and Title.
A popular concept in previous years in Sydney, the “Nationals Hub” is back. Located on the mezzanine level at the C end of the indoor arena
Contradiction in the test sheet for the Advanced Freestyle (1/1/19) and the directives for Freestyles in the current Rule Book
EOI are now open for the Australian leg of the 2019 FEI Dressage World Challenge