Equestrian Queensland

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Welcome to Para-Equestrian!

 

 


"Supported by the Australian Sports Commission, the Australian Paralympic Committee and the Equestrian Australia High Performance Program"



Key elements of Equestrian Queenslands Para-Equestrian programme include:

                    EDUCATION AND TRAINING - of volunteers and officials to increase their skills and confidence to successfully incorporate coaching and activities to riders with a disability;

                    CLUB DEVELOPMENT - support to affiliated clubs though Information Sessions and Packages on inclusive practices and adaptive equipment to make riding not only possible, but safer for people with disabilities to participate;

                    EVENTS AND COMPETITIONS – to provide sustainable programmes for athletes with a disability; to experience the competition atmosphere based on individual rider's requirements;

                    ATHLETE PATHWAYS – Create a framework which will enable clubs to provide pathways for riders with a disability, move from grass roots participation to elite level competition;

                    PARTNERSHIPS – Acknowledge and develop relationships with other organisations to link communities and improve utilisation of resources.

Should you have any queries in relation to the new Para-Equestrian programme please contact Sasha or Sam on (07) 3891 6611 or email efaq@efaq.com.au


 

 

 

    

                       

 

Disability Modifications specialises in modifying homes for the aged and
the disabled.


Phone: (07) 5464 4991

 email: disability.mods@bigpond.com

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 Ingrid Bayly with "Ace of Diamonds" (click here to find out more about Ingrid)

  

Susan Seipel with "Menora Wildfire"(click here to find out more about Susan)

 

 

Festival of Dressage PE Leaderboard
Current Qld Classified Riders and their Stories
Classification
EQ Coaches
FEI Para Equestrian Rules & Tests
Para Equestrian Dressage Judges

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.