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Virtual Equestrian Training Activities Guidelines

Equestrian Australia has released our Virtual Equestrian Training Activities Guidelines document.

Equestrian Australia is committed to:

  • Maintaining horse welfare, as a priority during all human interactions
  • Maintaining member engagement and participation utilizing virtual training and educational activities.
  • Supporting all virtual training-coaching opportunities enabling members to be assessed, maintain and develop their individual equestrian skills
  • Maintaining member health and safety despite a lack of usual controls afforded to official competition
  • Providing steps and guidelines to promote healthy and safe outcomes for all participants
  • Ensuring our Insurance obligations are effective despite limited face-to-face contact and interactions
  • Maintaining and protecting our members, officials, judges and relevant others; privacy as required and social integrity whilst engaging a virtual platform
  • Providing a fair, reasonable and equal field of play for all virtual participants
  • Maintaining adherence to State, Federal, AIS and Sports Australia health and safety obligations during and beyond COVID-19.  

We also cover many other important factors relating to virtual equestrian training activities, including:

  • Athlete Participation
  • Discipline Activity (e.g. dressage, jumping etc.)
  • Registration for Activity Participation
  • Horse Participation, including Horse Welfare
  • Coach and Official Participation
  • Payment for Services 
  • Family and Friends Participation and Participant Support
  • COVID-19 Specific Personal Health and Safety 
  • State and Federal Regulatory Requirements
  • Training and Education (not Competition) 

We invite you to read this document in more detail by clicking the button below:

Virtual Equestrian Training Activities Guidelines

(Version 1.5 updated 02.06.2020)

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