Horses can be unpredictable and with that comes risk. Riders can be injured, hospitalised or die as a result of horse-related accidents and injuries.
Equestrian Australia has established a program to assist riders who sustain injuries as a result of horse related accidents and incidents, such as a horse and/or rider falling or the rider being thrown from a horse.
Click here to donate https://asf.org.au/projects/equestrian-australia/rehabilitation-recovery/
Uta Gräf of Germany that this exercise is an important part of training not just for young horses or dressage horses, but for all horses.
Source: The Importance of Riding in a Stretching Position
Mitsubishi Motors are thrilled to jump on board to support a different kind of horse power as naming rights sponsor of the Australian International 3-Day Event.
If you’re an eligible ticket holder to the Mitsubishi Motors Australian International Three Day Event and have just purchased a new Mitsubishi, we’d like to reward you with a $1,000 EFTPOS Card. If you are an eligible ticket holder, enter your details below to redeem your $1,000 EFTPOS Card.
If you’re an event competitor, event staff member or VIP – Chairman’s Lounge ticket holder, we’d like to further reward you with $2,000 EFTPOS Card, plus a towbar package fitted to your new Mitsubishi.
For more information about the Mitsubishi Motors Australian International Three Day Event, please visit www.australian3de.com.au.
Source: Australian International Three Day Event
Young sheep farmer Jamie Hocking achieved what no other Australian has at the Salon du Cheval de Paris at the weekend. As the first Australian ever to compete at an FEI World Cup Vaulting event, he managed to place third against some of the world’s best. Jamie finished on a score of 7,277 with his up and coming mare French Kiss. The result exceeded his expectations.