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Worldcup Jumping EQUESTRIAN AUSTRALIA
There are 13 World Cup Races on all five continents in the World Cup Ranking Tour. Top-ranked driver of each session will be called to the World Cup finals. RDI has established an on-line IT system on which all information on all RDI competitions is stored, which will be the system for all submissions and results of the individual RDI competitions and from 1 July 2013 all RDI World Cup competitions will have to use this system.
However, please be aware that this nominee can be revoked before the course starts if the combined team has notified the OC of this ruling. OKs may continue to approve nominees and payments for these submissions using their prefered methods, as EA or the RDI will not pay for these submissions.
Please be aware that when you plan your 2017 and beyond World Cup events, you must now submit your submissions to the OC 14 working nights before the competition. It is IMPORTANT that the competitor and the equine MUST be entered in a show jumping category, and the equine MUST have a RDI passport or recognition card, otherwise the registration will not be approved by the RDI and will not be counted in the group.
QUESTRIAN LIFE - Who will be Australian Champion in Show Jumping?
Cil Dara Bonaparte' Who will be Australian Jumping Champion? Acting Australian champion Jamie Kermond is at the top of the rankings and will advance to the Seniors' finals after being clear in yesterday's second qualifying round at Yandoo Oaks Constellation. Australian Junior and Young Rider Championships 2017 will also be held at Pryde's EasiFeed Arena tomorrows.
Titleholder Madeline Sinderberry leads and Jessie Rice-Ward is on par with Conor Reed in the juniors' class. Tom McDermott (pictured), top SSW driver, today won the Future Stars and Mini Prix categories in the top three. Some of Australia's greatest race stars such as Michelle Payne, Melbourne Cup winner, Mick Price coach, Peter Moody and former jump coach and Caulfield Cup winner Ciaron Maher will be playing a part in the Off the Track Racetrack Racing Challenge from 10:30 a.m. on.