World Cup Jumping

The FEI World Cup Jumping Series comprises of 13 leagues across all continents. The top placed rider from each series is invited to attend the World Cup Jumping final.


FEI World Cup Jumping Rules 2023/2024 Season

Australian League World Cup Jumping Rules 2023/2024 Season CLEAN

Australian League World Cup Jumping Rules 2023/2024 Season MARKED

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For all information relating to the event please click on the Event Information button



Event Information

Event Results

Shepparton (VIC)  18 March 2023 HERE -
Werribee (VIC) 23-24 March 2023 HERE -
Larapinta (QLD) 29 April 2023 HERE -
Cabooluture (QLD) 24 June 2023 HERE  -
Waratah Sydney (NSW) 18-19 August 2023 HERE -
Tamworth (NSW) 24-27 August 2023 HERE -
CANCELLED - Royal Adelaide (SA) 8 September 2023 HERE
CANCELLED - Royal Melbourne (VIC) 29 September 2023  HERE
Sale (VIC) 26 November 2023 HERE
Sydney Summer Classic (NSW) 7-10 December 2023 HERE -

 2022/2023 Leader Board

Athlete Rankings - FEI Jumping World Cup Standings Australian League 2022-2023

Detailed Round-by-Round points from FEI - PDF 


WC Horse Rankings - after Round 5 at Tamworth   HERE
Horse Rankings -  Golden Grand 2022-2023  

2021/2022 Leader Board

 Athlete Rankings - FEI Jumping World Cup Standings Australian League 2021-2022 HERE
 WC Horse Rankings - after Round 2 at Gatton   HERE
 Horse Rankings -  Golden Grand 2021-2022  


Entry System

The FEI have created an online IT platform to host all information regarding all FEI events and this system will host all schedule information and become the platform for all entries and results for each FEI show jumping classes and as of the 1st July 2013 all FEI World Cup Show Jumping Events MUST use this system. It is suggested that all riders who wish to compete in a FEI World Cup Competition make their nomination known to the Organising Committee 14-10 days before the event. Please note that this nomination can be cancelled before the start of the class if the combination has informed the OC of this decision.

The OCs can still accept nominations and payment for these entries by their preferred method as no payment is taken by EA or the FEI these entries. Therefore please note that when you are planning your FEI World Cup competitions for the 2017 season and beyond you are now required to nominate your entries to the OC 14 days before the event. Please note if competing in an FEI Show Jumping Class then the rider and horse MUST be FEI registered, and the horse MUST have an FEI Passport or Recognition Card otherwise their entry will not be accepted by the FEI and will not compete in the class. 

World Cup Jumping Committee

For more information on the committee please click HERE

Forms and documents

Application to Hold WC Event in 2022
FEI Draft Schedule & Reference Documents  HERE
Event Organisers checklist  Check list for Australian World Cup Shows.doc
FEI Result template HERE
FEI Safety Cups & TIming Systems HERE
FEI Online Entry System Booklet  FEI Online Entry System-Final handbook.pdf

All previous FEI Jumping World Cup™ Standings - Australian League can be searched HERE

Results archive FEI Jumping World Cup™ Australian League

2019-2020 Rider Ranking 2019-2020 Horse Ranking 2019-2020 Results from each round 2019-2020
2018-2019 Rider Ranking 2018-2019  Results from each round 2018-2019
2018  Athlete Rankings 18.pdf  Horse Rankings 18.pdf
2017  Rider_Ranking.pdf  Horse_Ranking.pdf
2016  Rider_Rankings.pdf  Horse_Rankings.pdf
2015  Rider Rankings.pdf  Golden Grand.pdf
2014 2014 WC Rider Rankings.pdf 2014 Golden Grand rankings.pdf
2013 2013 WC Rider rankings.pdf 2013 Golden Grand rankings.pdf
2012 2012 WC Rider rankings.pdf 2012 Golden Grand rankings.pdf
2011 2011 WC Rider rankings.pdf 2011 Golden Grand rankings.pdf
2010 2010 WC Rider rankings.pdf 2010 Golden Grand rankings.pdf

Header photo Chris Chugg and 'PSS Levilensky' - Credit Stephen Mowbray Photography