COMPETE AND LEARN

COMPETITION

Looking to compete in working equitation?

Working equitation competition consists of four phases.

  1. Dressage – encourages harmony between horse and rider. Tests are conducted in a 20m x 40m arena.
  2. Maneability – horse and rider demonstrate how calmly, precisely and stylishly they deal with obstacles.
  3. Speed – a test speed, agility, athleticism using the same obstacles as the maneability phase.
  4. Cattle – tests the ability of the horse and rider to work cattle individually and with teammates.

Compulsory phases are dressage, maneability and speed.

Not sure what level is right for you? Refer to the working equitation RULES AND TESTS or come along to an Australian National Working Equitation Club event for help in gauging your skill level.

Participating in local competitions may lead you to aspire for our State and or National championships. UPCOMING EVENTS.

FIND A COACH

Looking for a Coach?

A regular session with a qualified working equitation Coach is a great way improve your riding and train your horse. Coaches generally work at one or more clubs where they will run a variety of group sessions or individual lessons.

List of Accredited Coaches TBA

RULES AND TESTS

Copies of rules and tests are available for download.

Rules and Tests

NEWS AND EVENTS

News

THE GARROCHA NEWS Autumn 2022 – coming soon! Spotlight on VIC.

Events

2022 National Competition

We are pleased to announce that plans are underway to hold the 2022 National Competition in Tamworth on 20 – 24 October. Updates to follow as they develop.

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Our Facebook page is regularly updated with news and events.  You may also like to follow STATE ASSOCIATION Facebook pages.

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Hi all!

The ANWEL Board is calling for expressions of interest in positions on the ANWE Technical Subcommittee (TSC).

The TSC provides recommendations and advice to the ANWE Board in regard to the ANWE rule book. Importantly, the committee plays a primary role in periodically coordinating and reviewing the ANWE rulebook.

The TSC are to consider:

· any risks that may impact ANWE, its members, riders, community and livestock and appropriately mitigate

· recommendations in relation to the rulebook as submitted in accordance with documented procedures​

· wherever possible, alignment to the World Association of Working Equitation principal rules.

To submit an expression of interest for the TSC please provide the following:

1. Outline your experience in working equitation including competing, judging, or coaching.
2. Outline what you could commit to the role of TSC Committee member in regard to time and contribution to continual improvement of the sport.
3. Outline why would you be an asset to the ANWE TSC, include all skills and experience that are relevant.

To be considered for the position your ANWE levy must be current for the financial year ended 30 June 2022 (and subsequent years for the duration of the appointment) and your member number should be quoted.

Expressions of interests should be submitted by 20th May 2022 to this email: anwelsecretary@anwe.org.au.
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**please note correct email address at bottom of this post**

Hi all!

The ANWEL Board is calling for expressions of interest in positions on the ANWE Technical Subcommittee (TSC).

The TSC provides recommendations and advice to the ANWE Board in regard to the ANWE rule book.  Importantly, the committee plays a primary role in periodically coordinating and reviewing the ANWE rulebook.

The TSC are to consider:

· any risks that may impact ANWE, its members, riders, community and livestock and appropriately mitigate

· recommendations in relation to the rulebook as submitted in accordance with documented procedures​

· wherever possible, alignment to the World Association of Working Equitation principal rules.

To submit an expression of interest for the TSC please provide the following:

1. Outline your experience in working equitation including competing, judging, or coaching.
2. Outline what you could commit to the role of TSC Committee member in regard to time and contribution to continual improvement of the sport.
3. Outline why would you be an asset to the ANWE TSC, include all skills and experience that are relevant.

To be considered for the position your ANWE levy must be current for the financial year ended 30 June 2022 (and subsequent years for the duration of the appointment) and your member number should be quoted.

Expressions of interests should be submitted by 20th May 2022 to this email: anwelsecretary@anwe.org.au.

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Let’s hope the other NSW clinic is nearer to us.

Excellent Loved her when she was out here last. I still have her signed 2nd place ribbon

Exciting news, well done organisers!!

This is the best news I've heard in a long time. Nicole Danner's presence will bring huge benefits whilst assisting ANWEL to align as closely as possible with its Mother organisation WAWE. May I extend my personal thanks to those of you whom have made this possible.

That's wonderful news!

Fantastic news!

OMGosh ! How exciting I just finished reading her book!

Rhonda Menzies-Moreland

Wonderful!

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Breaking News! World Class International WAWE Judge and Coach Nicola Danner will officiate at the 2022 Australian National Working Equitation Championships! 21-24 October 2022 at AELEC Tamworth! ... See MoreSee Less

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ANWE NSW Deb F and Up starting in 10 minutes in the main arena at SIEC! ... See MoreSee Less

ANWE NSW Deb F and Up starting in 10 minutes in the main arena at SIEC!

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