Equestrian Australia is calling for further expressions of interest from endurance riders who wish to join the group working to represent Australia at the World Equestrian Games 2018.
The intent is to gather together riders who wish to prepare themselves for possible selection to represent Australia at this event.
Senior riders for the 2018 World Equestrian Games should be aiming to finalise their qualifications during 2017.
Please note these events will be completely self-funded. Riders will be responsible for the following costs:
Return airfares to the competition
Horse transportation and related costs
Transport to/from the airports
Meals and accommodation
Insurance (The EA National Office can assist with this insurance)
Entry fees and any other related expenses
If you are interested in riding at an International Championship and in representing Australia, we encourage you to submit an expression of interest using the below form.
Expressions of Interest close on the 29th September 2017
For any further information, please contact Stef Maraun at the Equestrian Australia Office on 02 8762 7713 or email@example.com
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