Now that the Australian World Cup Qualifying Series is well underway, we thought it would be a good time to have an in-depth look at how this Series can contribute to qualifying riders for the Tokyo Olympics.
As we already know, thanks to the fantastic performance of..
There is a new competition format for Jumping at Tokyo 2020. In summary, the new format involves no drop score, teams will be made up for 3 horse and rider combinations with all scores to count. Teams may also take a reserve combination which can be substituted prior..
With today marking the milestone of just one year until the opening ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the competition is about to get very real for those Australian riders with aspirations of making the Australian Jumping Team. Whether their journey towards To..
Rowan Willis has certainly made a name for himself on the world jumping stage, with his latest major achievement being his incredible back to back win last week in the Spruce Meadows Derby.
As we look towards Tokyo 2020 – just over a year away now – Australian Jumpin..
As Tokyo 2020 gets closer and with Australia already qualified in jumping, we are going to see Aussies at home and overseas giving it their all to make the Aussie Team.
That is exactly what Scott Keach, part of our Australian Jumping Team at WEG, is doing with his ..
Three Australian riders took part in the $225,000 Kentucky Invitational CSI3* Grand Prix as part of the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event yesterday.
In front of a standing room only crowd of over 10,000, Rowan Willis and his speedy mare Blue Movie (..
A thrilling weekend ahead, as both of Australia’s top-ranked riders at the same CSI5* competition – and where better than the spectacular destination of Miami Beach!
Australian rider Rowan Willis (currently ranked 58th) is joining Edwina Tops-Alexander (ranked 37t..
And then there were 18. Eighteen show jumpers, that is. The group of Western European riders for April’s Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final in Sweden is now known after the 13th and last continental qualifier this past weekend in Bo..
Source: Equestrian Australia
Stephen Mercer, who hails from Queensland, has been busy over the past week, and his efforts have paid off while competing in sunny Carmona, Spain at the Sevilla Horse Tour.
During the first week of the tour, which runs from ..
Following the successful qualification of all three Olympic disciplines at the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG), the Equestrian Australia High Performance program has appointed two additional personnel to the team. Equestrian Australia yesterday announced the additio..
Last year was a wonderful one for jumping in Australia, with a number of Aussie riders working towards selection for the World Equestrian Games (WEG). In the end, it was Scott Keach and Rowan Willis who competed so successfully in the US and Canada throughout the ye..
Day 3 of the jumping programme at WEG 2018 has concluded with the Australians having an absolutely brilliant day.
In summary: Three of our four combinations improved their positions from the end of day 2.
After three days competition all four c..