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EQUESTRIAN AUSTRALIA NATIONAL INTERSCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2010

To be held at Sydney International Equestrian Centre September 2010

Open to primary and secondary school aged riders who are Equestrian SA junior members. The program for the Australian National Championships will include 4 EA sports Dressage, Jumping, Showman and Eventing. (2 Combined Training classes are available for primary school aged riders not eligible to event). The first 4 place getters from each qualifying class at the State Championships shall be eligible for selection to the SA Interschool Team. (Terms and conditions apply). As a prerequisite for entry into a Dressage class at the 2010 State Interschool Championships it is a condition of entry that the rider supplies their best dressage score, from an ESA competition (official or associate), as there will be a cap on entries. (This is an interim measure, as entry requirements in line with national guidelines will be phased in for 2011). Entry forms for the State Interschool Championships will be available from the ESA website.

Dressage National Championship Qualifying Classes Primary Preliminary Primary Novice Secondary Novice Secondary Elementary Secondary Medium Secondary Advanced

Jumping National Championship Qualifying Classes Primary max height 80cm Primary max height 90cm Secondary max height 90cm Secondary max height 1.00m Secondary max height 1.10m Secondary max height 1.20m (Equitation round followed by AM5 or AM7 format)

Combined Training Riders must be under 12 as of 1 January 2010. Preliminary Dressage test and Jumping Height to 70cm Novice Dressage and Jumping Height to 80cm

Showman Primary - 3 phases (non-jumping) Primary ­ 4 phases (working hunter to 45cm) Secondary ­ 3 phases (non-jumping) Secondary ­ 4 phases (working hunter to 60cm) Secondary ­ 4 phases (working hunter to 85cm) A Come and Try Day will be organised prior to the State Championships for those interested in this new and exciting competition. Briefly described, Showman focuses on the rider's skills. Showman 3 phases, is a dressage test, then a ridden workout, then an in-hand presentation of your pony or horse. Showman 4 phases has an additional jumping round ridden as a working hunter round.

Eventing Classes offered at the Nationals are: Introductory Preliminary Pre-Novice and CNC1* A rider's best two results from the following events Reynella, Grand Cru, Kirkcaldy Park and Naracoorte will be considered by the State Eventing Committee, who will select the interschool eventing team to represent SA.

Is this competition for me? To assist with your decision more information is available from the following State EA websites. Queensland has been developing this concept over 20 years and has an overwhelming array of information on their website, www.qld.equestrian.org.au. Equestrian WA has a comprehensive handbook at the very bottom of there Interschool page, follow the links from www.wa.equestrian.org.au. EA National website, www.equestrian.org.au, click on rules. Read the code of conduct for EA members, then competitors, parents and guardians, and horse welfare. To learn more about National Interschool Championships information is available on the following websites:Equestrian Australia-Sport-Interschool Equestrian Victoria ­ Interschool, as they held the last National Championships. Entry forms will be available on our State EA website soon!

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