Equitana in Sydney 2011

Discussion in 'News Items' started by Cassy Horse, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. Cassy Horse

    Cassy Horse Well-known Member

  2. Freestyle

    Freestyle Well-known Member

    fantastic! I'm not going to miss out next year either!!
  3. Marianne

    Marianne Gold Member

    Wow. I didn't know this was even a consideration. Not that I'm complaining of course.... hum.... maybe will go again next year. It was exceptional fun:p
  4. I am SO GOING :D jack will of just been broken in so i have an excuse to buy lots of riding stuff :eek:
  5. banna198

    banna198 Active Member

    ';' HI
    Horse deals only talks about the competitons will there be all the stalls and education booths they had at this years Equitana. probably a stipid question:eek:
  6. noddy

    noddy New Member

    An extract from the equitana website

    10th - 13th november 2011



    Horse lovers from all over Australia and around the World will now be able to experience the biggest and most exciting equine event in the Southern Hemisphere - EQUITANA - in Sydney.

    EQUITANA Sydney will be launched at Sydney Showground in November 2011. This inaugural event will also incorporate the Equestrian Australia ? Australian Grand Final. Equestrian Australia has joined forces with Definitive Events, the organisers of EQUITANA in Australia, to develop a national annual Grand Final for Dressage, Jumping and modified Eventing.

    ?The Equestrian Australia Grand Final is a really exciting venture and we are pleased Definitive Events has come on board to help create a spectacular multi-discipline event. The Grand Final is consistent with Equestrian Australia?s strategic priorities, and promises to help Equestrian Sport grow and develop,? commented Grant Baldock, CEO Equestrian Australia. The Grand Final will be conducted within EQUITANA annually and will alternate between Sydney and Melbourne.

    EQUITANA Sydney will also incorporate Australian Grand Finals in Campdrafting, Reining and Cutting.

    This exciting announcement for the equine community is the culmination of 2 years of planning and negotiation with Equestrian Australia, Events NSW and Sydney Showground.

    Sydney Showground will play host to four days of competition, entertainment, education and exhibition. The transformation will include seating for over 6,000, 250 stables and yards, accommodating nearly 1,000 horses and 100 head of cattle, 300 cubic metres of sawdust and 2000 tonnes of soil.

    Peter King, Chief Executive, Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) of NSW, said ?The RAS is looking forward to expanding its long association with the equine community and is thrilled that Sydney Showground will be host venue for EQUITANA Sydney, one of the most prestigious events of its kind in the world,?

    ?Sydney Showground is part of the premier major events precinct in Australia ? Sydney Olympic Park, and is renowned for delivering the best event experiences in the country. We welcome EQUITANA Sydney and look forward to working with the team on what?s sure to be an unprecedented success.

    Looks like this is now to be an annual event alternating between Sydney and Melbourne
  7. maxntaz

    maxntaz Well-known Member

    Oh YAY! :)
  8. PINTO1980

    PINTO1980 Gold Member

    Any idea on Cost for like a four day pass??never been b4 but would be something id might just have to save for
  9. cobbie

    cobbie Gold Member

    This year it was $295 but it changes every year
  10. Shakhaan

    Shakhaan Well-known Member

    I've been to the Sydney Royal, their showgrounds are really nice, and MASSIVE! Lots of room and facilities to cope with Equitana **)
  11. Marianne

    Marianne Gold Member

    Yup, it's where they have the Easter Show. It is a great venue with easy access with the train. Awesome plan.**)
  12. Japera

    Japera Guest

    Wow. I didn't know this was even a consideration. Not that I'm complaining of course.... hum.... maybe will go again next year. It was exceptional fun:p
  13. erilyn

    erilyn Well-known Member

    Haven't had the chance to go before....does the pass just get you in for those days, or does it allow you to see all the shows too? Do you have to pre-book for the shows or can you just turn up???? Not sure how it works.:confused:
  14. brumby_78

    brumby_78 Guest

    oh yeah i'll be going :) only have to pay for air tix and entry tix :) stay with my sisters and get the train in (ok have to pay for that too) wicked have a spending holiday
  15. cobbie

    cobbie Gold Member

    If you have a super ticket which is the price I quoted it gets you into everything and has your reserved seating on it, once you pay the one off fee that's it and you see everything.

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