DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN BIB?
If you are a qualified endurance rider it is mandatory that you have your own bib. Please refer to our Bib Policy and Form on our Forms Page. We are aware that it can take a very long time for the bibs to be supplied but you must order one if you have qualified. Novice riders are exempt until such time as they qualify but bibs are available to them if they wish and also to training ride members.
NOTICE RE MAILING OF ITEMS
If you require your logbook or membership cards to be returned to you in a timely fashion please enclose an express post envelope (noting that up to 2 logbooks can be enclosed in the size 230mm x 162mm) with your application or a self-addressed stamped envelope with priority sticker attached (available from Australia Post for 50c each) which will ensure a faster delivery time for your mail. Otherwise articles will be available for you at the next ride.
You may have noticed a new process for nominating for our endurance rides
Online nominating is widely used across several equine sports and we thought we’d see how it worked for endurance.
There may be several things that may be a bit tricky when you first get started and if there is anything you really find objection to……..we want to know about it. Our aim is to make the process simple for everyone – riders and organisers.
To get started go to the endurance page under equestrian and then the events tab. You will find the event there. Click on the ride if you want details otherwise go straight to nominate.
There is some info that is compulsory and must be filled to be able to move on. There is also some info such as horse name that is not required for our sport at the nomination stage. If you are not sure which horse you will be bringing then just fill it as TBA.
The final difference is the $10 nomination fee for all events. This is nonrefundable but will be deducted from your ride fees on event day when the remaining fee is paid.