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Recipients of the 2016 Equestrian Australia Club Development Grants

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2016 Equestrian Australia Club Development Grants.


The Sydney Show Jumping Club – $2,230

The purchase of a 3 tiered portable seating stand for Coaches/trainers/ grooms and ground crew providing a safe place to observe in a busy and sometimes congested area .

Horse Driving Trials Club – $3,000

A set of FEI approved competition carriage driving cones and weighted balls. The Club's existing set of hard rubber carriage driving cones and balls have perished beyond satisfactory use. The rubber of the cones breaks as they are placed out on the field and then when they are picked up and can no longer withstand being bumped into.

Grafton Riding Club – $1,500                    

The funds will assist the club in their running of unofficial and official competitions and showing days encouraging members and non members to participate and volunteer.


Berrimah Riding Club – $1,500

Purchase of a trailer for storage of outdoor dressage arena reducing a large amount of physical labour on the volunteers who run the competition and event days.


Queensland Show Jumping Club – $3,000

Purchase of timing gear to enable the club to hold National Standard events to Grand Prix level.

North Queensland Show Jumping Club – $2,000

The purchase of new jumping equipment - breakaway stands/wings, breakaway FEI standard cups, and red/white flags for the jumps that will ensure a safer jumping environment for members and competitors.


Goulburn Valley Horse Trials Assoc – $3,000

Purchase of spiral pins and brackets for portable cross country fences improving safety and allowing the club to offer an attractive and safe course that can easily be refreshed for different events.

Melbourne Show Jumping Club – $3000

Replacement of aged jumping wings allowing the use of safer equipment for members and competitors.


Southern Hills Eventing Inc – $2,986.50

The purchase of a purpose built trailer reducing time and physical labour required to install and remove elements of the cross country course allowing the use of better equipment which will improve safety for riders.

Henty Riding Club – $1,500

The installation of a reticulation system providing a safe surface for a previously unusable arena that can now be utilised by two clubs.


Orford and District Riding Club – $1,000

Assist in the creation of a Club Room for the club to use for meetings, theory lessons and equipment and supplies storage.


South Australian Show Jumping Club – $2,800

Purchase of an arena rake to provide a safer competition surface as well as saving a large amount of physical labour for the Club’s volunteers.

Mount Gambier Show Jumping Club – $2,400

The purchase of equipment that complies with regulations regarding weight requirements to assist in a safer environment for volunteers and club members.

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