Stallion Safe Practice & Identification

While guidelines have been in place since 2011, from 1 July 2018, new Stallion Rules will be implemented*. It will be compulsory for stallions at EA sanctioned events to wear compliant green number holders on both sides of the horse’s bridle, or, alternatively, green discs on both sides of the saddle cloth, at all times.

Improving stallion visibility will help protect the well-being of those around them.

Please read the Q&A regarding Stallion Identification available HERE.

View the Stallion Safe Practice Policy implemented from 1 July 2018

View the Stallion Guidelines, in place until 1 July 2018.

EA compliant bridle and saddle cloth number holders are available to purchase by respected equestrian leather company Hamag**. To order them, please refer to the order form below.

Order your Stallion Identification Discs

 EA_Stallion_Disc_Order_Form_June2018.pdf

Please send your order form to Amy at [email protected]

Print your Stallion Identification Card (free)

 Stallion_ID_Card_2018.pdf

*The Sport rules will be updated with the new stallion safe practice rules & regulations in the next rule updates due July 2018 

**Members may source from elsewhere, providing they are compliant. To find out if your product is compliant please check the policy.

Permission Request Form For Riders/Handlers under the age of 18

Riders and/or handlers of colts/stallions must be over the age of 18 years. Special permission may be granted by the relevant EA National Discipline Committee for a rider/handler to be under the age of 18 years, and in this instance, the rider/handler must be supervised by an adult/parent/guardian whilst at the event.

Applications should be directed to the State Discipline Committee.

 Stallion_Under18_Application_Form.pdf

 

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