State Showjumping Committee

Jeanette Hatch (Chair) Kevin Gianatti Fred Freeman
Wanda Longley Carol Bowman Tayla Short
Stephen Jones Amy Kennedy

Pony Club WA have recently introduced individual discipline Facebook Groups to help members gain easy access to important information, good news stories and upcoming events.

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2020 Pony Club WA Showjumping Championships

Date: 22nd – 24th May 2020
Venue: State Equestrian Centre, Brigadoon.
Entries Close: TBC

2020 State Showjumping and Zone Selection Committee Day

Date: 14th March 2020
Venue: Peel MHPC, King Rd Oldbury
Entries Close: TBC

2020 Pony Club WA State Showjumping Championships Entry Pack

coming soon

Pony Club WA Showjumping Championship 2019 Reference Document updated 25th April 2019

Please note that under the new EA Jumping rules that came into effect on the 1st January 2019 that in the event of a fall of a rider anywhere on the grounds, whether it be in the competition arena, warm up arena or anywhere on the grounds over the Championship weekend medical clearance will be required before the rider can compete again during the Championships.  The first aid station is located at the side of the indoor arena or phone 0444 512 623 for urgent assistance.  Similarly in the event of a fall of horse/pony a veterinary certificate will be required before the horse/pony can compete again.  There will be no vet on course however there are vets on call listed in the programme. The costs for the veterinary assessment will be at the cost of the rider.

Judge and Course Designer information and forms are available on the Coaches and Officials page under Showjumping Officials.
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Showjumping Events


Show Jumping is a comparatively recent development in the 3000 year history of men riding horses. Hunting is generally thought to be the first form of competition jumping. Usually the hunters were raced over the flat, but as jumping became more accepted, so the hunters were tested over a few obstacles before the actual race began.

In the 1880’s competitions for show jumping horses were organised as far afield as Dublin, Paris and Russia and in the following decade the sport became popular in Britain. Within a few years ‘leaping’ classes were introduced to agricultural shows.

The 1900 Olympic Games in Paris included three jumping competitions, High Jump, Long Jump and Prize Jumping. The first International Horse Show was held in London in 1907 and five years later equestrian events became part of the Olympic Games, though only Army officers were permitted to ride. The Federation Equestre International (FEI) was formed in 1921 from which all show jumping rules are adapted.

2019 Pony Club WA State Showjumping Championships

Date: 17th, 18th and 19th May 2019

Venue: State Equestrian Centre, Brigadoon