Welcome to Showjumping Canterbury's website. Here you will find schedules for up coming shows, results from past shows and a contact area for any questions or suggestions you may have for the Committee. Also check a few days before a show for an on-line version of the programme, including your Show Hunter ID number. There may also be alterations or amendments to times or classes.
SI Young Rider Team exchange with Victoria, Australia - the team has been picked. Congratulations to Olivia Robertson, Nicole White, Rose Alfeld and Kimberley Bird, Coach Kate Cavanagh and Manager Jan Hunt
FEI Children's Classic to be held in Christchurch at the Canterbury Championships. Please can you contact Lisa Tennekoon if you wish to be involved in this exciting International event which is in the South Island for the first time. We are keen to get as many of our top child riders to enter as possible. If you need further information regarding participation requirements please go to the FEI Website. Parents please contact Lisa if you wish to be involved in the organising committee - this is a big event to run.
2014/15 Membership and Registration - major changes have been made to membership requirements and horse registrations from this season. These changes will affect everyone whether you are competing at Grand Prix level or Training, please make sure you are compliant before entries are due - don't leave it until the last minute.
The highlights - for full details go to the ESNZ website http://www.nzequestian.org.nz/
COMPULSORY for all riders:-
COMPULSORY for all horses:
OPTIONS for horse/pony registration:
You can either:
If you pay an annual registration you can either:
If you pay casual registration you can
Introductory/Training Classes (80cm & below) - to enter these classes at a show you will need to be a community member, pay the $5 per horse or pony SJ/SH Levy and the class entry fees - plus ground fees, admin etc
Congratulations to the following riders for their success at the Horse of the Year Show 2014:
Rose Alfeld and My Super Nova - 1st Young Rider of the Year AND Last Song 2nd Horse 1.25m
Olivia Robertson and DHS Ceniki - 3rd Seven Year Old of the Year
Tegan Fitzsimon and Dual Diamond - 3rd Lady Rider of the Year, 5th Horse 1.30m
Harry Feast and Double J Butler - 5th Junior Rider of the Year
Josh Whittaker and Oh Dash It - 1st Horse 1.10m, 3rd 1.15m Horse of the Year
Jenna Walls and Baltamour - 3rd Horse 1.20m
Carrie Findlay and Grazando - 3rd Horse 1.15m
Maddi Thompson and Grey Shades - 3rd Horse 1.15m, 2nd Rider of the Year AND 1st King John 1.15m Horse of the Year
Georgie Thompson and King John - 5th Rider of the Year
Kayla James and Berry Desayo - 5th Intermediate Rider of the Year
Angela Ruddenklau and Torcello - 5th Horse 1.15m, 5th Horse 1.15m
Canterbury Saba Sam Team (Steffi Whittaker, Lucy Turner, Grace O'Sullivan & Molly Buist Brown) 2nd
Canterbury Pony Club Team came 5th in the Pony Club SJ competition
Steffi Whittaker and Moonlight Glow - 6th Pony of the Year, 4th Rider of the Year 15 years and under AND Bexley Lodge Tinkabella Pony 1.10m Championship
Rohan Tennekoon and Nora - 4th Pony 1.05m, 2nd Pony 1.05m Championship
Eilish O'Neill 6th 1.20m Pony of the Year
Florence Tapley and Whippersnapper - 6th Pony 1.05m
Gus Thompson and Simply Striking - 2nd Child Rider of the Year 13yrs and under, 2nd Pony 1.10m Champ
Courtney Thompson and Watch Me Cruise - 5th Pony 1.15m, 6th Rider of the Year 15yrs & under
Olivia Shinn and Uncle Cracker - 2nd Pony 1.15m
Kaitlin Feast and Code Spree - 6th Pony 1.10m Championship
National Show Hunter Update March 2014
Show Hunter newsletter for the end of the season is now available
ID Numbers are no longer being used nationally, but at Canterbury shows, Show Hunter will still use a three digit ID number for the judge to identify horses (rather than names). For Show Jumping there will be no ID or Back numbers. ID number holders are available from saddleries for around $6-7, they are attached to your saddle or breastplate.
ESNZ Jumping Information Booklet
A new Jumping information booklet has been constructed to provide basic information on the Jumping discipline to competitors just starting out or not currently involved in ESNZ Jumping.
The booklet is free from the ESNZ shop and is available to anyone
National Equestrian Centre membership: To become a SJC member you pay $120, this gives you the privilege of being able to train over showjumps on the rubber arena at any time the Island is not closed (eg hired out for shows) at no charge. Also members pay no Ground fees at any training events or courses. See National Equestrian Centre website for further details.