The Annual Equestrian League standings have been updated through the SPC New year Extravaganza and may be downloaded here.
The Annual Equestrian League standings have been updated through the BTSC Jingle Bells Show and may be downloaded here.
Date: 13th November (Friday)
Time: 6pm – 7pm (Participants are advised to arrive 10 minutes earlier)
Get up close and personal with National Paralympian Gemma Rose Foo (Para-Equestrian Dressage), in this hour long session as she shares stories from her unique journey to achieving glory and success in the international arena.
Be inspired by her story of triumph over adversity and how she overcame all the obstacles through sheer will-power, grit and tenacity.
Please register if you are interested in attending!
The National Equestrian Centre recently hosted both the FEI World Dressage Challenge 2015 and the 3rd and final leg of the FEI World Jumping Challenge 2015. Congratulations to all winners!
FEI World Dressage Challenge
- FEI Prix St-Georges: Roshni Selvam / Dancing Boy
- FEI Advanced: Natalie Tan / Romaniero
- FEI Medium: Judith Li / Dreamer van de Gobbelshoeve
- FEI Elementary (Open): Lucy Burridge / Don Kiryl
- FEI Elementary (Children): Shana Thurley / Sir James
- FEI Preliminary (Open): Julie Burridge / Belcam Hinnerk
- FEI Preliminary (Children): Hannah Sheehy / Sonas Saoirse-Lily
FEI World Jumping Challenge (Overall Winners)
- Category A: Camellia Paulsen / Cupido 68
- Category B: Not Awarded
- Category C: Austin Hicks / Rocksanne
For those interested in becoming Dressage Judge, or those who are looking to improve on their dressage knowledge, the EFS will be hosting a course run by Sue Cunningham from Equestrian Australia. This course is based on the EA model of dressage judging which is registered worldwide.
Date: 20 November 2015
Time: 09:00 to 17:00 (including practical judging course)
Course fee: $150.00 per person
Closing date: 16 November 2015
This course is open to all interested dressage participants – riders, potential judges, scribers, and will consist of both theory and practical sessions.
The EFS Sports Development Survey is now live online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EFSSportsDevelopment and will remain open for two weeks.
The anonymous survey is hosted at www.surveymonkey.com. It would be most appreciated if everyone involved in equestrianism in any way in Singapore could please take 5 minutes to complete the survey so the compiled data may be used to develop and improve our equestrian community for all.
Please do participate!