Due to new deadlines which has been released by SNOC, the selection criteria for the SEA Games 2015 has been updated to include new criteria for the long list, which is due by 26 December 2014 to EFS, and 31 December to SNOC. Please download the updated Selection Criteria for more information.
Please find the Annual Equestrian League Standings for 2014/2015 up for download here (XLSX format). The calculation method for each class has been revised for the 2014/2015 season, and you may find the new format explained in the EFS Annual Equestrian League Rules & Regulations 2014/2015.
There has been an update to the Jumping rules of the Annual Equestrian League Rules regarding the eligible scores for earning points:
3. Eligible Scores
Riders must score fewer than 8 penalties per round in order to receive points for that class. If there is more than one round in the competition, riders must score fewer than 8 + (4 x number of subsequent rounds) faults in total for the competition.
For example, in a 2 round competition, riders must score less than 8 + 4 = 12 faults. In a 4 round competition, riders must score fewer than 8 + (4 x 3) = 20 faults.
The rules may be downloaded here.
“SO CAN YOU” (trailer), a video by Warrior9. The full length video will be launched at The Academy building opening on Friday 14th November and will be shown at the Royal Equestrian Ball.
The Equine Academy is a new and innovative force in the welfare and social service landscape in Singapore, which is targeted at Youth At Risk.
The Academy’s programmes are based on the unique ability of a Horse to engage and interact with children suffering from emotional and social problems and disabilities.
In the Academy, the Equine Instructors work with Psychologists and Counsellors, using specially trained Horses and Ponies. Together, they have developed a unique and innovative programme for young Singaporeans who are experiencing early life failure.
The Academy’s signature programme, EQUAL-ARK (Equine-Assisted Learning for At Risk Kids), helps youngsters recover from failure, rebuild their self-confidence, and learn new Life Skills known as Habits of Mind. These new Habits of Mind will help them succeed in School, Employment and Family Life.
The Academy also teaches vocational and professional skills. In the Academy’s purpose-designed stables and teaching clinics, Singaporeans can acquire Professional Certification in equine skills, opening their way to the 200 billion dollar equine industry, which employs over one million people world-wide.
For more information, please visit equal.org.sg and efs.org.sg
The National Equestrian Centre will be hosting the FEI World Dressage Challenge on 5 November 2014. Please find the relevant documents up for download below.
Caroline Chew and Catherine Chew were Singapore’s representatives in the Dressage and Showjumping at the Asian Games 2014 in Incheon, Korea. Both riders qualified for their respective finals, with Caroline finishing in 14th place out of 32 riders and Catherine in joint-15th place out of 41 riders.
The Singapore Para-Dressage Team’s journey to the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy started as far back as 2012, when Laurentia Tan qualified for the Grade 1a Para-Dressage event with her gelding, Ruben James 2, by means of the London Paralympic Games.