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Equestrian Entries U25 NZ Championships

The 2018 Equestrian Entries Under 25 Championships will be held at the Taupo NEC on 21/22 April in conjunction with the NI Future Stars event. The Future Stars event will run from 19/22 April and will also incorporate the 2018 FEI World Dressage Challenge and NI Young Horse Championships for horses and ponies.  

EQUESTRIAN ENTRIES NZ U25 NZ Dressage Championships

April 21/22 2018 – TAUPO NEC
Featuring the Hyland Pony Championship & Waldebago Young Rider Championship, York Corporation Inter-Island Team Challenge and the final round of the AMS Saddlery Pony & Young Rider Performance League. No prior qualification required.

Results

Equestrian Entries Under 25 Championships Day 1

Equestrian Entries Under 25 Championships Day 2

 

AMS Saddlery Pony & Young Rider Performance League

AMS Saddlery Pony & Young Rider Performance League aims to increase participation at a Pony & Young Rider level and to establish a culture where these riders compete against their peers of a similar age and experience. Every Premier League Event, will run Pony and Young Rider classes at Levels 1 and 2, plus scores will be taken from Super 5 tests at Level 3 and above.  The league will culminate at the U25 NZ Pony & Championships in April 2018. Competitors must be 20 years or under at 1 August 2017 to participate. AMS League winner to receive a fabulous dressage saddle prize generously sponsored by AMS Saddlery (Auckland). Points table managed directly by Dressage NZ

Horse Sports Young Rider Amateur Top Ten League

Pony & Young Riders who have earned less than 15pts points at level 5 or above, and are competing on horses or ponies up to Level 4 at 1/8/17 can compete in the Horse Sports League. All participating riders, ponies & horses must be fully ESNZ registered and horses and ponies must have an annual start for dressage. Scores from 1/8/17 until 30/4/18 will count towards the Horse Sports League. Level 1 horses & ponies must be competed by riders with less than 15 Level 3 or above points at 1/8/17, Level 2 by riders with less than 15 Level 4 or above points and Level 3 & 4 and above by riders with less than 15 points at level 5 and above as at 1/8/17.
The top 10 scores in graded competitions will count. In the event of a tie, the ave Top 10 score will win. There will be rosettes for the top placed horse and top placed pony in each area, plus national champions and reserves in all six divisions. 
Entries only on www.equestrianentries.co.nz