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Australia’s best to contest Australian Jumping Championships

Gabi Kuna and Flaire. © Stephen Mowbray (For use with Boneo Park articles only)

Gabi Kuna and Flaire.

© Stephen Mowbray

 

The best jumping riders in the country will showcase their skill as they contest prestigious National titles at this year's Pryde’s Easifeed Australian Jumping Championships. The event will be held at Boneo Park on Victoria’s picturesque Mornington Peninsula from 6-10 November 2019 and promises a week of spectacular sport.

There are four National titles up for contention, National Senior Champion, National Young Rider Champion, National Junior Champion, and National Children’s Champion.

Excitingly this years Pryde’s Easifeed Australian Jumping Championships also offers Australian based athletes who are vying for a place on the Australian Team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games the unique opportunity to obtain their full MER (Minimum Eligibility Requirement), earning them eligibility to be considered for team selection.

Combinations that complete the first round of the Final Senior Competition on Sunday 10th November 2019 with a score of not more than eight (8) penalties will secure their qualification.

 

Gabi Kuna, Amber Fuller and Tom McDermott are just some of the big names competing at Boneo this weekend. © Stephen Mowbray

Gabi Kuna, Amber Fuller and Tom McDermott are just some of the big names competing at Boneo this weekend.

© Stephen Mowbray



Numerous Olympic and World Championship riders are making the journey to Victoria for the event, many of whom have their eyes firmly set on next year’s Olympic Games. Household names that will be competing include Vicki Roycroft, Jamie Kermond, Chris Chugg, Billy Raymont and three day event rider Amanda Ross. Last year’s Champion, Amber Fuller, will also travel from NSW to to defend her title, guaranteeing a hotly contested final.

The event is set to host 806 horses and 488 riders and is also expected to draw crowds over the duration of the Championships. Entry for spectators is free with a variety of food options and shopping available throughout the trade village.

The impressive new restaurant ‘Arilla’ will also be open for lunch and dinner offering a prime view of all the sporting action. An exclusive Champagne Pommery VIP event will take place in the restaurant on Sunday providing premium food and beverages in the vibrant and polished setting. VIP guests won’t miss a minute of the action with exclusive access to the outdoor decking offering the best seats in the house. VIP tickets and a full schedule of event is available on the website at www.australianjumpingchampionships.com.au

Source: Event press release

 

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