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Australian Eventing team named for WEG

Australian Eventing Named for 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games

It was Amanda Ross's day in the sun, she had a fantastic MI3DE with Koko Popping Candy - © Geoff McLean/Gone Riding Media

Amanda Ross with Koko Popping Candy.

© Geoff McLean/Gone Riding Media

Equestrian Australia (EA) is pleased to announce its eight riders for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, USA.
Congratulations to the following combinations;
Chris Burton    Quality Purdey (Claire Poole)/Cooley Lands (Kate Walls)
Sam Griffiths   Paulank Brockagh (Steve and Dinah Posford, Jules Carter, Sam Griffiths)
Andrew Hoy    Vassily de Lassos (Paula and David Evans, Andrew Hoy)
Bill Levett         Lassban Diamond Lift (Elisabeth Murdoch) 
Emma McNab  Fernhill Tabasco (Kevin McNab, Dom & Poppy Worcester, Julia & Jamie Dougall)
Robert Palm     Koko Story (Cassie Lowe)
Shane Rose      Virgil (Shane Rose, Michelle Hasibar)/CP Qualified (Shane Rose, Elizabeth & Felicity Wischer)
Amanda Ross   Koko Popping Candy (Christine Brown, Fraser Brown)
The Equestrian Australia Eventing Selection Panel will confirm its final team of five (5) plus three (3) reserves when it receives formal advice from the FEI and the Tryon Organising Committee of the details and distances of the cross-country course on August 10, 2018.
Australian Eventing Team Chef d’Equipe Stuart Tinney said;
“Congratulations to the riders named on the list of 8 for this year’s FEI World Equestrian Games.”
“As the FEI have recently advised us that there may be some fairly significant changes to the length of the cross-country course this may have an impact on our selection tactics and so we are awaiting final notification before we select the five combinations to represent Australia at Tryon.”
“It is and will be a privilege to work alongside these riders and I look forward to a successful competition,” said Tinney.

Source: Equestrian Australia media release



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