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Monthly Dressage Competitons

Second Sunday of each month

New EA Helmet Regulation 


As of 1 Jan 2017 Protective headgear must conform with one of the current approved safety standards:

  • Current Australian standard AS/NZS 3838 (2006 onwards) provided they are SAI Global marked.
  • New Australian standard ARB HS 2012 provided they are SAI Global marked.
  • Current American standard ASTM F1163 (2004a or 04a onwards) provided they are SEI marked.
  • Current American standard SNELL E2001.
  • Current British standard PAS 015 (1998 or 2011) provided they are BSI Kitemarked.
  • Interim European Standard VG1 (01.040: 2014-12) with or without BSI Kitemark.


Conditions of Entry

By paying the fee and signing the entry form, the rider accepts the terms and conditions as stipulated.

CDHC events are to be conducted under EA Rules.

No refunds after close of entries without provision of a Vet or Medical certificate which must be supplied within 5 working days from the competition date.

In the event of cancellation of the competition by the organizing committee, your entry will be taken over to the next similar event, if you want your funds refunded, CDHC will retain 20% of the entry fee. CDHC will not accept LATE ENTRIES. It is the competitor's sole responsibility to ensure that entries are forwarded so as to be received by CDHC in ample time to meet the close of entry date as set by CDHC for each competition.

CDHC reserves the right to return incomplete and/or incorrect entries or entries with incorrect payment.

Protests to be lodged within 1 hour of the class, in writing with a fee of $50 (non refundable)

Riding Boots, approved helmets and gloves are compulsory, jackets are optional. Helmets and boots must be worn at all times when a rider is mounted and working horses on the ground on CDHC grounds. Boots or closed in footwear must be worn when mounted or unmounted at all times.


CDHC/EA Helmet Requirements: Riders must have an in date helmet.
AS/NZS 3838 (Current Australian Standard)
EN1384 (Current US Standard)
ASTN F1163 (Current US Standard)


Preparatory Test (Walk Trot) is open to everyone.

Junior Rider is under 18 years of age. Horses may be of any height and riders of any age.

Tests may be commanded, riders to supply own caller on the day.

Maximum number of classes per horse is 3, over two consecutive levels at or above the horse's EA graded level.

Dogs are allowed on CDHC club grounds they must be under control and on a lease at all times. They may not be within 20m of any horses or the competition area on club grounds. Failure to comply with this directive means you will be asked to leave club grounds immediately.

Acknowledgement and Indemnity

The competitor declares that the entry form information is true and correct. The competitor also agrees to abide by the rules and regulations set down for the conduct of those declared by the Federation Equestre International (FEI) and the Equestrian Australia Queensland Branch (EAQ) and or the Currumbin District Horse Club Inc.

As a condition of entry into the competition, the competitor hereby acknowledge that they ride at their own risk and that they are aware that activities involving horses can be hazardous and that the EAQ and or the CDHC Inc. accepts no responsibility or liability for any loss or injury that they might sustain as a direct or indirect consequence of the activities of the competition whether such injury is a consequence of any act or omission by the EAQ and or the CDHC Inc. or its servants, agents, representatives or volunteers.

On the basis of these conditions the competitor hereby indemnify the EAQ and CDHC Inc against all liability (including liability for their negligence and the negligence of others) for all injury, loss or damage (including property damage) arising out of or in connection with my participation in this event to the fullest extent permitted by law but only to the extent that they are not already indemnified or insured.

The competitor declares that their horse, saddlery and person are in sound condition and undertake the competition with the knowledge of the physical demands that this competition requires.

The competitor consents to receiving any medical treatment, including ambulance transportation that the event organisers think desirable during or after the event. The competitor acknowledges that the safety precautions undertaken by the event organizers (such as course inspection, pre-event safety briefings) are a service to the competitor and others but are not a guarantee of safety.