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Posted by Equestrian Australia on 09/07/2020.

Message to EA members from the EA Dressage Committee

We’re now approaching the first opportunity for us all to have our say on the future of Equestrian Australia. Your EADC fully supports and has confidence in the process being undertaken by the EA Voluntary Administrators, KordaMentha.

Our partnership with the horse makes our sport very special. Now it’s up to us all!

The EADC members will be voting in favour of the Administrator’s DOCA (Resolution 5) to give all members a vote. Our message is simple:

At the upcoming second creditors meeting on July 14th, our vote will give direction to KordaMentha for the first critical steps in the whole Constitutional reform process. And the future of our sport - vote yourself - or give your proxy to someone you trust is like-minded and will reflect your views.

The Creditors’ portal will only be accessible until 12noon AEST on Friday 10th July 2020 as this is the cut-off time for lodging Proof of Debt and Proxy forms for the Meeting on 14th July.

Voting can also be done on-line at the Creditors meeting on 14 July.

The link to register is below:

Thank you

EA Dressage Committee: Prue Spurrett,  Elizabeth Owen, Gill Botten, Virginia Creed, Julie Ely-Jones, Maree Tomkinson.

EA Dressage Judges Sub Committee

 

Accessing the creditors’ portal:

Please visit https://events.miraqle.com/OCP/EAL/ and login to the portal using your unique credentials as detailed in the top right corner of your letter. Do not share these details with anyone else.

The portal will lead you through the process of entering or updating your information.

The information you provide on the portal will be used exactly as you provide it, so it is critical you ensure all details are correct for your vote to be recorded correctly.

The creditors’ portal will only be accessible until 12.00 pm AEST on Friday 10 July 2020 as this is the cut off time for lodging Proof of Debt and Proxy forms for the Meeting.

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