EA Membership cost, time is ticking......

Discussion in 'Horse Showing and Events' started by Mardi, Nov 26, 2010.

  1. pso

    pso Gold Member

    No voting rights...I think it might be worth the extra $40 to have the opportunity to have your say?:))
     
  2. Heifer

    Heifer Gold Member

    So why would anyone bother with Assoc membership?
     
  3. chick_with_a_chainsaw

    chick_with_a_chainsaw Gold Member

    okies my turn to add to the barrage of questions.

    im thinking i should join as i plan to be competing in all sorts from showjumping, eventing, dressage (if nannygoat promises to help me) and hacking etc
    as well as being covered all the time
    id be covered for all that right?

    is it worth paying the extra for senior or just paying the associate?
     
  4. retroremedy

    retroremedy Well-known Member

    I guess for the same reason that people want associate classes and the reason why people who advocate for associate classes for riders who do not want to ride in the official classes and who get upset when official riders ride in associate classes! :)
     
  5. retroremedy

    retroremedy Well-known Member

    Thanks Babe! I am now off to have my usual fight with the online payment system!
     
  6. Babe

    Babe Well-known Member

    Have fun! Just tried and it is still at the old prices! haha jokes on us!*#):p
     
  7. pso

    pso Gold Member

    LOL- lets not turn this into 'whats the point of associate' *#)

    CWAC...associate membership is fine for you- unless you want to be able to vote...
     
  8. retroremedy

    retroremedy Well-known Member

    Unbelievable ';'
     
  9. retroremedy

    retroremedy Well-known Member

    But there is always a point...a $350 dollar point :p no argument about that!
     
  10. Bon & Ted

    Bon & Ted Guest

    maybe thats the point though.

    Still not sure if I will join, purely because I probably won't get my moneys worth. Will have to reasses in January when I can ride again to see if horse and I both stay sound *#)
     
  11. chick_with_a_chainsaw

    chick_with_a_chainsaw Gold Member

    thanks pso dont think i want to pay the extra to vote

    now to sort out pennies
     
  12. Foxtrot

    Foxtrot New Member

    I think a lot of people join as Associates so they can do lower level eventing? Same for Juniors.
     
  13. Shera

    Shera Active Member

    Wow I honestly do not think I can afford to do this, which is really depressing... just to join and register my horse is $640... then to do the twighlight series 2 tests Jan and Feb totals $880. That's assuming the performance card is included with the horse registration and doesn't cost more?
     
  14. nannygoat

    nannygoat Gold Member

    LOL Shera - the performance card is usually another twenty bucks annually!!
     
  15. Double Helix

    Double Helix Well-known Member

    If it is a new performance card it is $40 or $25 for a renewal.

    I don't think $350 (or $205 for a recreational member) is too bad for 24/7 insurance (personal accident and personal liability). My private health insurance is more than that and if I didn't have that the Medicare levy surcharge is something like $1000 per year.
     
  16. Shera

    Shera Active Member

    Awesome so $920 add the microchipping I've already done and that pushes it to over 1k.... Crazy!
     
  17. nannygoat

    nannygoat Gold Member

    Welcome to the world of dressage - can you see now why it's posh???? HAH.
     
  18. pso

    pso Gold Member

    No-one is forcing you... Rego is a one off fee...as is microchipping...And the twilight series is hardly a budget show to start at! why not aim for the SVEP shows which are running at the same time?

    The insurance alone is worth it IMO

    Its only as expensive as you want to make it ;)
     
  19. JustJam

    JustJam Well-known Member

    What SVEP show, pso? :confused:
     
  20. pso

    pso Gold Member

    SVEP is running regular low level shows according to the calender ;)
     

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