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FEI has recently finalised its revision of the suggested changes to the 2017 Jumping and FEI Memo Guidelines - below are thefts. They will be adopted at the FEI AGA, to be held in Tokyo, Japan, from 19 to 22 November 2016. Please see the FEI website for all other FEI Jumping Regulation releases.
RDI has started the free RDI RuleApp, which provides free entry to the formal RDI-rule. Available now at the Apple Store and Google Play, the application allows consumers to see the latest RDI policies and guidelines in a "virtual bookshelf", both on and off-line on portable equipment.
Show Jumping Manukau Austria
We' ve got big records, so please do your best to get to the ring on schedule, work with the gatekeepers and help us if you can so we don't jump in the darkness! Agsj is very happy to have a large group of supporters when you see them at the fair, please say thank you and use their products/services if possible, that would be greatly valued.
Callalogue and Yards is available at the exhibition site, please click on the link below: December 11th show Xmas in Karaka Mini at Abderry is now available for download on our show page. The bee that builds the show ring starts today at 4pm and will continue until all the ring are ready.
5 year old HORSES sponsored by Show Circuit Magazine has relocated..... The Northland Show was called off this week-end. That' s why Auckland Manukau will host a mini circuit show in Abderry on Sunday.
Jumping Forces for 2017-18
Well-done for the New Zealand horsemen who made it into the various international teams that have been featured today by ESNZ Show Jumping. This Accelerator Development Squad is for those on their way to victory in the NZ Grand Prix and FEI series.
The Talent ID Team is for those 17-24 years old who are able to win YR Oceania Teams (21+ below), who continuously win Young Rider at Premiere Shows and record clear laps in Grand Prix & Premier League series. Team: The youth program cadre is for youngsters under 18 years, who are constantly victorious in the youth riding class, in the Grand Prix ponies at premiere shows and in RDI-events.
As for the 2017-18 National Jumping Squads, it has also been reported that the 2017-18 National Jumping Squads program has been revised as there was response from last year's camp participants that they could be better adapted to the needs of the team. Acknowledging this, more funds were made available for the warehouses and the range of programmes was expanded.
This new program will include three seasonal practice camp and a dedicated, fully financed hospital from world-class trainer Rob Ehrens. National Jumping Selectors are Kaye Williams, Oliver Edgecombe, Jackie Jermyn and Chris Harris, for whom they are responsible: The ESNZ High Performance is in charge of the choice of accelerator and high performance cadres and the choice for Nations Cups, WC and Olympic Games.
The high performance and accelerator squad will be updated and released in due course.