The 2020 Jumping Rules are now available.
Please note significant additions and changes are:
Art 200 General
7.1. At shows, yarded & stabled equines are to have their name, the name of the person responsible and the telephone number clearly visible on their head collar and/or rugs.
Art 257 Saddlery
2.6.2 For all jumping competitions:
From 1st August 2020: All competitions
Only boots that meet the following descriptions may be used:
i) Boots as described in Article 218.104.22.168 for Young Horse competitions
ii) Boots that have a protective element on the inside only, and boots with a protective element on the inside and outside, that is, double-shell boots that wrap around the back of the fetlock, are permitted providing they meet the following criteria:
The boot must have a maximum length of 20 centimetres at its longest point (refer FEI Jumping Stewards manual for instructions on how to measure the length of the boot correctly).
The rounded protective element of the boot must be placed around the inside of the fetlock (for boots with a protective element on one side only, the protective element must be placed around the inside of the fetlock).
The inside of the boot must be smooth, that is, the surface must be even and there may not be any pressure points on the inside of the boot; for the avoidance of doubt, stitching on the inside of the protective element that attaches the inner lining to the boot is permitted. Sheepskin linings are allowed.
The boot may have no more than two fasteners. Only the following types of fasteners are permitted:
Please find the Jumping Rules here
If you wish to purchase the Jumping Rules from ESNZ you can find them here
ESNZ Jumping Team
12 August 2020