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Don't forget to enter our May online dressage competition!

Rob Mckay and Gat. © Katherine Jamison

© Katherine Jamison


Equestrian Life’s May virtual dressage competition closes 31st May!

With events cancelled across the country, EQ Life is giving riders the opportunity to continue competing via the wonders of the web!

We're running a monthly video competition where you film yourself, send us the footage, and we will mark your moves.

EQ Life’s May competition is a dressage event with classes spanning Preliminary to Advanced. This event will bring together dressage enthusiasts from around Australia – whether you’re riding or watching, it’s time to get involved.

What classes are on offer? Preliminary to Advanced

Who is judging? Roger Fitzhardinge!

How much are entries? $25 entry per event ($20 when you enter two or more classes)

Are there prizes? There will be some great prizes on offer, stay tuned for announcements.

How do I enter? Click here for more details.

And there’s more… Once entries are closed and footage is received, Equestrian Life will live stream a compilation of entries (you can opt out of the live stream if you prefer), with judging from Roger Fitzhardinge carried out in ‘real-time’ as the stream goes live! Let's bring back the spectators!

If you would like to enter, head over to our event website and register your details. Once you’ve registered, you will be able to get your entries in!

EQ Life would like to thank Equestrian Australia for the use of their tests. Although this event is not EA affiliated, the EA Dressage Committee is supportive of these activities and wishes all involved the very best with their training during these difficult times.

To learn more about how our May competition works and to register, click here.

PLEASE NOTE: Our priority is your health and safety. The impact of Covid-19 on the equestrian community is fluid. When entering, it is the rider's responsibility to ensure that their participation does not violate any guidelines issued by the Federal or State governments, Equestrian Australia, its state branches and other riding associations. We are forever grateful to these organisations for keeping us all safe.

Not ready to enter in May? Stay tuned for our June competition!





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