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Equestrian Australia Jumping Rules

EA Jumping Rules are based on FEI Jumping Rules with some additions 

Rule Updates 

A list of rule changes from the National Jumping Committee since 01 January 2013 that will take effect from 01 July 2013.

Jumping Rules Reference Panel (effective August 2009)
The National Jumping Committee will be guided by the rules for the National Advisory Panel which is listed under Chapter 9, item 5 in the current Australian Jumping rules. For the purpose of rule matters this panel will also consist of an Elite rider which will be the current national riders representative.
 
The panel members are:
Vicky Roycroft              Chair or a member of the NJC             
Graham Davey             An FEI-level Judge                               
John Vallance               FEI-level Course Designer              
Ben Harris                    National Education Manager         
Colleen Brook               Riders Representative                          
 

 

Other Links
 FEI Jumping Rules
 FEI World Cup Jumping Rules
 FEI Nations Cup Rules
 FEI Jumping Stewards Handbook
 2009 Australian Eventing Rules
 Addendum to the FEI Jumping Rules
 Memorandum for Jumping Events
 Guidance Notes for Jumping Rules
Equestrian Australia 2014 National Jumping Rules - Clean Version (Updated 28th February 2014)
Equestrian Australia 2014 National Jumping Rules - Marked Version (Updated 28th February 2014)
Overview of the changes to the 2014 National Jumping Rules (Updated 28th February 2014)
Annex I - Time Allowed Calculator
Annex II - Refusals & Speed summary table
Annex III- Yellow Warning Cards
List of Jumping Back Boots for Competition
Rules for the Australian League of the World Cup Jumping (01 March 2013)
Rules for the Australian League of the World Cup Jumping (effective 1 Jan 2010)
FEI Stewards Manual
Australian Jumping Equitation Manual (Revision 3 - 2008)
Imported Horses
Amateurs

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