EA & FEI Stock Order form
Stock for sale includes dressage test books, discipline rules and regulations, stallion discs
Information for Riders Competing overseas in National and FEI Competitions
If you are thinking of competing overseas in either National or FEI level competition, please follow the link below.
Information for Riders Competing at FEI level in Australia
EA National Passport Document
27 October 2016 Update : NEW IMPLEMENTATION | Following the FEI General Regulation, horses that are being registered with the FEI for the first time will need to be identifiable by the EA National Passport. This process WILL NOT APPLY to any horse with a current FEI registration number or overseas national passports (KWPN, German Hannover Document,etc.)
FEI Registration for Horse and Rider
Registration is required for all riders and horses competing at FEI level competition. The registration is based on the calendar year and needs to be renewed in January each year. Please ensure this form is sent to the EA office prior to competing in FEI events. You must be a current EA member to get FEI registration.
FEI Passport & Recognition Cards
FEI Passports or Recognition cards are required for the following levels of competition:
|Dressage||CDI-W, CDI3* and above|
|Para-Dressage||CPEDI3* and above|
|Eventing||CCI3*, CCI4*, CIC3*|
|Jumping||CSI-W, CSI3* and above|
|Endurance||CEI3* and above|
|Vaulting||CVI3* and above|
|Driving||CAI3* and above|
|Reining||CRI3* and above|
If your horse has a current EA National Identification Document (Blue booklet) or an Overseas National Passport then you will need a recognition card. A passport is required if you do not have a blue ID document or overseas booklet.
How to complete the FEI Passport/recognition card correctly ?
Please make sure that the FEI passport/recognition card are completed thoroughly and are respecting the GUIDELINES as a $25.00 alterations admin fee will be charged.
Horse Name Change Guidelines
In July 2016, The FEI announced changes to their Horse Name Changes Guidelines which became effective as of 1 August 2016. Please note fees still apply to any horse name changes for horses already in the FEI Database. Read more HERE.
Should you have any queries relating to fees associated for 'horse name changes' for FEI Passports/Recognition Cards please consult the FEI Financial charges Page on their website HERE.
Guest Riders Licence
A guest riders licence is for non-Australian residents wishing to compete in Australia. The licence will allow competitors to compete at EA events for up to 12 months. You will need to supply a letter from your National Federation giving you permission to compete in Australia before the licence can be issued. If you are bringing a horse with you, please supply a copy of their National Federation registration papers.
If the guest riders want to stay in Australia for longer than 12 months, they will have to become members of EA through their state branch.
Event Organisers - FEI Calendar Applications for 2017
If you wish to hold an International (FEI) event during 2017, you will need to fill out the application form and return it to Equestrian Australia (EA).