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Please find below some important information and reminders from the FEI Endurance...
This document will change frequently, and we will make sure the most up to date is dated and on the website. We will monitor the government Alert Levels as we move back down to 3, 2 and 1, and if there is more flexibility for activities such as equestrian, we will be sure to update these recommendations in line with government advice.
Significant work is being done before we move to level two to ensure organising committees, area groups and affiliated groups are aware of what they should be planning for. Please keep a watch on this site.
Equestrian Sport NZ is closely monitoring the information regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. Our number one priority is the safety and welfare of our members, staff and their families. While the current number of cases in New Zealand is very low, we recognise the growing concerns of our community with respect to the potential for an increase in cases in coming weeks.
We will keep you updated via this page of any updates.
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View the first set of sire rankings based on the showjumping young horse classes, plus learn more about the Breeding Project.
Checkout the latest competition results for you and your horse
The welfare of the horse is of vital importance to the ESNZ. It is therefore imperative that horses are protected against overuse or abuse.
The FEI Code of Conduct outlines the basic objectives for all people involved in equine development, training, competition and retirement. Everyone must be aware of and adhere to this essential document.
If you have any welfare enquiries, please contact us.
The mission of the High Performance Programme is to operate a world-leading High Performance System which produces repeatable and sustainable success at the Olympics and World Championships that both inspires kiwis and marks us proud.