Equestrian Sport NZ is closely monitoring the information regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.
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Frequently asked questions to help our members around registration refunds, entries refunds, training at the NECs and the Olympic Games.
Frequently asked questions regarding events and insurance cover to assist our event organisers.
Last updated: 18/02/2021
ESNZ is keeping a watching brief on the following events which are due to take place in the coming days and weeks and will be updating their status each day as information comes to hand. All OCs are asked to talk to their discipline sport manager and advise any cancellations and postponements and these will be added to the list each day.
Land Rover Horse of the Year Show – 9-14 March – Cancelled.
The Auckland region is at Alert Level 3 for the next 7 days. This came into effect at 6am on Sunday 28 February.
Rest of NZ
The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 2 for the next 7 days. This came into effect at 6am on Sunday 28 February.
The following toolkit has been put together to assist Area Groups/Clubs and Organising Committees with navigating Covid-19 requirements now and in the event of possible future outbreaks.
Sport NZ has created a $25 million package to provide further short-term relief for organisations at all levels of sport and active recreation.
If you are an ESNZ area group or club (for Endurance) you can apply to for this fund.
The below links are to assist Area Groups/clubs with the application process. If Area Groups/Clubs have any issues please call your sport managers in the first instance.
The following information may assist with determining what equestrian activity may be possible under each Alert Level, but Equestrian Sports NZ reiterate it is up to individual area groups/clubs to make decisions, based upon their own circumstances and applicable Government directives.
Managing your risk of exposure to the Coronavirus is essential to maintaining good health. At this time, please be aware of good hygiene and using common sense in your everyday activities in order to prevent the spread of this virus.
We recommend regularly washing your hands with soap and water or an alcohol based hand sanitiser; practice safe sneeze and cough hygiene; avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes with unwashed hands; avoid close contact with people who are sick; and disinfect and clean “often touched” objects and surfaces to help reduce your risk of exposure.
We will continue to monitor this issue and provide updates as needed.
New Zealand Government Covid-19 website https://covid19.govt.nz/
Ministry of Heath – Current situation https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus