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Dressage Queensland Young Riders


THINGS WE HOPE TO ACHIEVE FOR DRESSAGE QLD YOUNG RIDERS
  • To improve horse and riders well being, safety and education.
  • Help to produce well balanced and considerate competitors.
  • Queensland Young Rider Squad members to set an example in the industry to their peers.

TRAVEL SUBSIDY

We offer a travel subsidy each year to any rider travelling interstate, up to $1,000 in total and no more than $200 per rider. At the end of the year riders are requested to make applications for this subsidy with proof of their travel and competition, to DQ Subcommittee -  DQ, P.O.Box  1358, Coorparoo DC 4151

SQUAD SELECTION

Please refer to the Selection Criteria for all Squads at the bottom of the Squads & Selection page.

NATIONAL YOUNG RIDERS DRESSAGE SQUAD

The National YR Squad is selected from nominations. You must be at least 16 years of age in the year that you nominate and you must be riding at least Medium level. Forms for 2013 will be available on the EFA National Web site.

2014 PRYDES AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL YOUNG RIDER DRESSAGE CHAMPIONSHIPS

The National Young Rider Championships will be hosted by Queensland in 2014. For more information, click here.



 

2014 IC Frith and Associates Qld Young Rider Dressage Squad

Annie Simmons and Florett

Courtney Barbera and Half Moon Delicato

Eliza Cullen and Hilltop Rhahman

Eloise Devlin and Brimstone Anakiwa

Elke Gutsche and Jaybee Jazzmine

Emily Coggan and Argyle

Indiana Anderson and Mr Crescendo

Jessica Shaw and Wolfingham Jamara

Nicola Brown and Jobar Piano Man

Lauren Price and Lucinderella

Rosanna Relton and Four Winds Bombardier

Isabella Wilkinson-McIntyre and Annee

Chelsea Higgins and Holstein Park Comedian

Rachel Tom and Riverview Carbon Copy 

Click HERE for information on Young Riders Training Camp 2014 - registrations close 7 March 2014. 


 

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IC Frith & Associates are proud sponsors of the 2014 Qld State Young Rider  Squad

 

 

 

Supporters & Sponsors

 
The Queensland Government provided $216,000 to
Equestrian Queensland under the
Industry Development Program
to get more Queenslanders
active through sport and recreation.