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Complete the 2016 Aus3de Survey for your chance to win!

Complete the 2016 Aus3de Survey for your chance to win!

We are giving away five 2016 Australian International Three Day Event merchandise packs consisting of a polo T’shirt (to your size) and cap to a lucky entrant. The winner will be picked randomly and announced on facebook on Friday 18th November 2016. It would be much appreciated if you could take the time to complete this short survey (link below) so that we can gain as much valuable information as possible and continually strive to improve the event. Simply click on the link below and fill in the survey and you will go in the draw to win a pack. The winners will be picked at random. Good luck and thank you for the feedback! Click here to start the...
Lamb’s impressive rounds earns him the Jumping Crown

Lamb’s impressive rounds earns him the Jumping Crown

The Equestrian Australia Jumping Dual Crown Champion was awarded to Andrew Lamb and CP Argento. While Jamie Kermond held the top position on the leaderboard after the Australian Showjumping Championships, Andrew was able to add to his points and jump to the top and claim the crown. Andrew carried 8 points from the Pryde’s EasiFeed Australian Show Jumping Championship and 4 points from the Thomas Foods International World Cup in Adelaide, giving him a total of 12 points. To view the Jumping leaderboard, click...
Wilhelm in prime position after Pryde’s EasiFeed Dressage Day

Wilhelm in prime position after Pryde’s EasiFeed Dressage Day

Will’s expressive, punchy dressage test earned him a score of 51.80, as well as a huge cheer from the crowds at the main arena in front of the Adelaide City Council Heritage Grandstand. In second place is Hazel Shannon and Clifford on 52.10, and in third place is Rohan Luxmoore and Bells n Whistles with a score of 53.20. Will says he is determined to keep his pole position tomorrow as he prepares for the much anticipated Qantas Cross Country Day. “I am really happy to be in the position,” he said. “Out of the two horses I rode, I was not surprised he (Wenlock Aquifer) was in the lead. He really tried. We have been working diligently on the flat, and both horses have improved in this phase.” “My job now is to stay in this position. The course looks really tough, much harder than in previous years, and there is a lot more room for error,” he said. Other stand out performers from today’s dressage were 2016 Rio Olympic Games Bronze Medallist and Sydney Olympic Gold Medallist Stuart Tinney and War Hawk who are placed in fourth position, with less than 5 points between first and fourth place. Rio Olympic Bronze Medallist Shane Rose and Glenorchy South Park are sitting in seventh position. The day concluded with the debut of the Barrister’s Block Wines Twilight Jumping with the Stars, which included the RM Williams CIC3* Show Jumping, a highly entertaining celebrity ride and drive with a carriage horse and driver team, and the Thomas Foods International One Round Stakes, featuring some of Australia’s best show jumpers. Thousands of...
Aussies bring home a Bronze

Aussies bring home a Bronze

Australia took home a bronze medal in the eventing team competition after a dramatic finish that went down to the final rider at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. The Aussies led the team competition after the cross-country leg, but with the elimination of Shane Rose, the team had to count all three rounds in the jumping final. Stuart Tinney had 17 penalties on Pluto Mio, which put Australia out of first place. Sam Griffiths then went clear on his horse Paulank Brockagh to put Australia back in the race for gold. It set up a frantic finish, where a clear round from German world number one Michael Jung put his team in the gold medal position, only for France to take over with a clear from Nicolas Astier on Piaf de b’Neville. The final competitor Chris Burton – who had led the individual competition after the cross-country – had a chance to give Australia the gold with a clear round. He had two rails down, however, leaving his team in the bronze medal position and securing the Olympic title for France. Burton finished fifth and compatriot Griffiths was fourth in the individual jumping final. Burton said while the team was happy to take bronze behind France and Germany, he could not help thinking about what might have been. “Look there’s always a lot of pressure when you jump in three day eventing in reverse order in pole position, but I was happy with the way everything went,” he said. “The horse has really exceeded our expectations this week but of course it’s disappointing to have two down. Burton said the...
Schockemoehle Sports official naming rights sponsor of CCI** Young Rider Championship

Schockemoehle Sports official naming rights sponsor of CCI** Young Rider Championship

Schockemoehle Sports is proud to be the sponsor of the CCI** Young Rider Championship at this year’s Australia’s International 3 Day Event.  This German company offers well designed quality products for horse and rider which look great and incorporate latest fashion trends.  Founded in 2005, Schockemoehle Sports is now one of the leading equestrian brands for high quality bridles and leather-ware.  With their brand new footwear label, Tonics Schockemoehle has joined the market in riding footwear.  Tonics boots and half chaps combine enhanced wearing comfort and fine Italian design. Click here for more...