Shahzada 2014 is over for another year for more pictures and a wrap up of the event go to the articles tab Shahzada page on this website
Shahzada 2014 winning team
NSW State Champions for 2014 Talea Hasko-Stewart & Blakes Heavon Bombora
Talea and Bombora completed the challenging course in 13:38:00 and with a very impressive total recovery time of just 00:29:15 to take the title from 2nd placed Jeff Adams riding Jazzpers Brush who completed the course in 14:10:00 and third placed Akmed Pushunov riding Atticus who finished 5 minutes later in 14:15:00.
Scott Davenport was first heavyweight riding Alhamgra Pierrot in a time of 16:10:45, first lightweight was Annette Chamberlain riding Annordean Lady Lilly in 15:27:00 with Tahlia Franke first junior riding Woomera Thor in a time of 14:15:00.
2014 State Champions Talea Hasko-Stewart & Blakes Heaven Bombora
Talea & Bombora in the Fittest Horse workout
Notice to all riders.
Just a reminder to all riders and horse owners presenting for 80k+ rides, unless you have a current membership card and a horse registration sticker (either yearly or lifetime for endurance horses only) to show to the ride secretary you will not be permitted to start in that event.
Also, a reminder that if your rider requires any help at all on track, please get the Chief Steward’s permission before you go out on track. Failure to do so can result in disqualification.
On another note, please remember to get the appropriate person to fill out the new relevant Invasive Treatment forms. They are:
IT Form – Rider – Metabolic -
Use this form when the Non Metabolic form is inappropriate to use,
IT Form – Rider – Non-metabolic –
Situations that typically warrant the use of this include:
Accidental soft tissue injury; (e.g. lacerations, abrasions);
Uncomplicated lameness; (e.g. stone bruises, hoof injury, tendon damage)
Eye injuries; limb fractures etc, and
IT Form –Vet Report-
This is for the Vet to record any treatments, medication given and action taken.
Invasive Treatment Explanation notes can be found under “Forms” on the NSWERA website.
Don’t forget that if your horse is issued with a Rest Order that one copy is for you (the rider), one for AERA, and one for NSWERA. The number of weeks the horse is to be rested for is written in red pen in the upper Rt hand corner of the log book. The logbook is kept by the Chief Steward and released the week before the due date.
The NSWERA SMC has purchased new scanners and bibs for each zone. The bibs are 1 Chief Steward, 1 Head Vet, 4 Vet and 4 TPR vests.
These are to be kept with each Zone’s computer and scales.
Happy New Year….bring on a Fun Filled 2014 Endurance Year !!