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Welcome to Equestrian Sports New Zealand – we are delighted to have you along for the ride.

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News + Updates
29 Jan 2023 -

Aussies Bag Trans-Tasman Victory

  Australia have marched off with the win in the Trans-Tasman Young Rider test at the...

28 Jan 2023 -

Kiwis Back in the Hunt in Young Rider Test

Kiwi Team of Sam Carrington, Georgia Bouzaid, Rylee Sheehan and Tyla Hackett win day two with...

28 Jan 2023 -

Steiner and Scott stars of NZ World Cup Final

  Phillip Steiner (Tauranga) couldn’t be prouder of his mare Cassina Dior, whose third...

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DATABASE

New ESNZ Database Launched

Our new database – HorseReg is now live.

Checkout our information page for frequently asked questions and how-to instruction videos.

Member Benefits and Special Offers

Member Benefits and Special Offers

Your ESNZ membership comes with privileges. We actively work with partners to bring our members exclusive cost saving discounts on products and services. Keep an eye on this page as we hope to bring you more special offers. If you have a product or service of interest to our members and wish to partner with us, contact us on [email protected]

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Values and Culture

Change the Rein

Change the Rein is a campaign to drive a conscious change in direction in equestrian sport in New Zealand.

It is a quest for a positive, welcoming, encouraging and supportive culture in our sport.

The main objective is to create a safe and supportive culture fostered by leaders, management, members, volunteers, parents – anyone involved in equestrian sports.

To find out more about how you can change the rein click on the link below.

Values

Horse Welfare

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.

Team NZ

High Performance

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.