Cootamundra Annual Ag Show 2017

Cootamundra Annual Ag Show 2017

SPPHA NSW PROUDLY PRESENTS THE HARNESS RACING NEW SOUTH WALES OFF THE TRACK SERIES FOR THE 2017-2018 SEASON.

The Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track series is to promote Standardbred’s as Pleasure Horses upon their retirement from their traditional role of Harness Racing. This is the first series of its kind run in New South Wales and focuses on the transition made from Harness Racing into show horse for Standardbred’s.

We are proud to showcase the Champion and Reserve Champion in the sixth qualifying class for the series.

Thank you Harness Racing New South Wales with your support to the SPPHA NSW in showcasing the Standardbreds in Life After Racing.

COOTAMUNDRA ANNUAL AG SHOW 2017

Cootamundra Annual Ag Show witnessed a number of beautifully presented Standardbred’s in the sixth Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Qualifying Class.

Congratulations to all competitors!

Pictured is our Champion to qualify for the grand final from the Cootamundra Annual Ag Show 2017, Wheres Wally & Phillip Leahey

 

Pictured is our sixth Reserve Champion to qualify for the grand final from the Cootamundra Annual Ag Show 2017, Wild Harmony & Jaymy-Lyn Fountain

Congratulations on your success !

 

Thank you Harness Racing New South for your support in Life After Racing and our first Off The Track series for New South Wales

Thank you to Maxisoy for supporting the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track series with SPPHA NSW

Thank you to Tyre Designs for the beautiful trophy rugs for the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Series

New South Wales State Championships: Entries

The Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales and Harness Racing New South Wales are proud to present

New South Wales State Championships 2018

 

This is the first State Championships in New South Wales for Standardbred’s! We are proudly hosting our first State Championships at Tamworth Showground on Saturday 17th – Sunday 18th March 2018.

With a variety of classes on offer, there truly is something for everyone. Show harness, racing harness turnout, best presented, multiple led classes, handler classes, multiple ridden classes, rider classes and much, much more!

The SPPHA NSW are proud to announce entries are now OPEN! Full details on the program announcement can be found here

Entries close February 16th 2018

Early bird entries are open until the 16th February 2018, any entry received after this date (including on the day of the show) will occur a $2 late entry fee per class.

All entries received before the 16th February will go into the draw to win a bag of feed! Proudly donated by Conqueror Milling Company.

Program is available here (V2) PROGRAM

Entry forms (including stables and camping) HERE

SPPHA NSW 2016- 2017 Awards Night

SPPHA NSW Show Standardbred

Congratulations to all SPPHA NSW members who participated in the 2016-2017 season! These events would not be possible without your support.

It is amazing to see the increase of horses out in New South Wales supporting the breed classes and the Dressage and Endurance horses competing in open competition.

We would like to thank Penrith Paceway for hosting our awards night, dinner was amazing!!

Penrith Paceway Awards Dinner Penrith Paceway Awards Dinner

Huge thank you to Sarah and Sharon from the SPPHA NSW Committee for running the night.

Thank you to all the Committee members involved leading up to the night!

SPPHA NSW Show Standardbred


Official Results for the SPPHA NSW 2016-2017 Season:

SHOW STANDARDBRED 

SPPHA NSW State Top 15 Led Standardbred

Nagnanimous- Aimee Mannix

Im Blue Double Dee- Judy Frisby

Adios Shannon- Heleena Bamford

Royal Termite- Roz Bourke

Pedro-Roz Bourke

Kiwi Jak NZ- Ingrid Darlington

Classic Croupier- Kayleigh Manson

Diamond Park Grand Salute-Glenda Shearer

Poe- Roz Bourke

Vienna View-Kayleigh Manson

Diamond Park Seduction- Amanda Triandopoulos

Remington- Kate Dumesny

Miss Y- Anli Alexander

Midnight Park Spartan – Jess Goody

SPPHA NSW State Top 15 Led Standardbred


SPPHA NSW State Led Standardbred

1st Place: Diamond Park Khaleesi – Amanda Triandopoulos

2nd Place: Diamond Park Atomic Soky- Sal Scott

3rd Place: Chariot King & Debbie Holt

4th Place: Rainbow Thunder & Caroline Mumford

5th Place: Diamond Park Royal Promise- Sal Scott

SPPHA NSW State Led Standardbred


SPPHA NSW State Ridden Top 10 Standardbred

Caesars Command- Neely Hopkins

Nagnanimous – Aimee Mannix

Poe- P. Bourke

Adios Shannon- Heleena Bamford

DeRosa Park Diva- Jemma Green

Classic Croupier- Kayleigh Manson

 

SPPHA NSW State Ridden Standardbred

1st Place: Rainbow Thunder & Caroline Mumford

2nd Place: Chariot King & Debbie Holt

3rd Place: Arniwho & Ingrid Darlington

=4th Place: Diamond Park Khaleesi & Aimee Mannix

=4th Place: Royal Termite & Roz Bourke

5th Place: Miss Y & Anli Alexander

SPPHA NSW State Ridden Standardbred


SPPHA NSW State Top 6 Best Presented Standardbred

Classic Croupier- Kayleigh Manson

Miss Y- Anli Alexander

DeRosa Park Diva- Jemma Green

Diamond Park Grand Salute- Glenda Shearer

Adios Shannon- Heleena Bamford

Nagnanimous- Aimee Mannix

SPPHA NSW State Top 6 BEst Presented Standardbred


SPPHA NSW State Best Presented Standardbred

1st Place: Diamond Park Khaleesi & Amanda Triandopoulos

2nd Place: Diamond Park Atomic Soky & Sal Scott

3rd Place: Diamond Park Royal Promise & Sal Scott

4th Place: Chariot King & Debbie Holt

5th Place: Rainbow Thunder & Caroline Mumford

SPPHA NSW State Best Presented Stanardbred


SPECIAL AWARD: OVER ALL HIGH POINT SHOW HORSE

Diamond Park Khaleesi & Amanda Triandopoulos

Trophy donated by the Hocking Family

Overall Show Standardbred SPPHA NSW


ENDURANCE STANDARDBRED 

SPPHA NSW State High Point Endurance Horse 20km Ride Division :

1st Place: Jubilee Tango & Margo Bailey

2nd Place: Haydon Holmes & Karen Hocking

SPPHA NSW State High Point Endurance Horse 40 km Ride Division:

1st Place: Village Prophet & Leanne Carter

Endurance Encouragement Award:  Karen Hocking

Overall SPPHA NSW Endurance State High Point Horse:

Village Prophet & Leanne Carter

SPPHA NSW Endurance State High Point Award Standardbred


DRESSAGE STANDARDBRED 

SPPHA NSW Dressage Preparatory Standardbred

1st Place: Miss Y & Anli Alexander

2nd Place: Uki Strike & Anli Alexander

SPPHA NSW Dressage Preliminary Standardbred

1st Place: Rainbow Thunder & Caroline Mumford

2nd Place: Miss Y & Anli Alexander

SPPHA NSW Dressage Novice Standardbred

1st Place: Arniwho & Ingrid Darlington

Highest Score Per Level

Preparatory: Miss Y & Anli Alexander (58.9%)

Preliminary: Rainbow Thunder & Caroline Mumford (64.13%)

Novice: Arniwho & Ingrid Darlington (76.85%)

SPPHA NSW Dressage High Point State Award


SPPHA NSW Dressage Best Rider

Caroline Mumford

SPPHA NSW Dressage Encouragement Award: Anli Alexander

SPPHA NSW Dressage Best Rider and Encouragement Award


NATIONAL HIGH POINT COMPETITION

Our NSW Award winners:

LED SENIOR GELDING SECTION

4th Place: Chariot King & Debbie Holt

2nd Place: Atomic Soky & Sal Scott

RIDDEN SENIOR GELDING SECTION

5th Place: Rainbow Thunder & Caroline Mumford

3rd Place: Chariot King & Debbie Holt

 LED SENIOR MARE SECTION

1st Place: Diamond Park Khaleesi & Amanda Triandopoulos

RIDDEN SENIOR MARE SECTION

1st Place: Diamond park Khaleesi & Amanda Triandopoulos

 

OVERALL CHAMPION SENIOR LED MARE: Diamond Park Khaleesi & Amanda Triandopoulos

OVERALL CHAMPION SENIOR RIDDEN MARE: Diamond Park Khaleesi & Amanda Triandopoulos

SPPHA NSW National high Point Entries


  

Full list of official results can be downloaded HERE


Menangle Annual Ag Show 2017

Diamond Park Khaleesi

SPPHA NSW PROUDLY PRESENTS THE HARNESS RACING NEW SOUTH WALES OFF THE TRACK SERIES FOR THE 2017-2018 SEASON.

The Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track series is to promote Standardbred’s as Pleasure Horses upon their retirement from their traditional role of Harness Racing. This is the first series of its kind run in New South Wales and focuses on the transition made from Harness Racing into show horse for Standardbred’s.

We are proud to showcase the Champion and Reserve Champion in the fifth qualifying class for the series.

Thank you Harness Racing New South Wales with your support to the SPPHA NSW in showcasing the Standardbreds in Life After Racing.

MENANGLE ANNUAL AG SHOW 2017

Menangle Annual Ag Show witnessed a number of beautifully presented Standardbred’s in the fifth Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Qualifying Class.

Congratulations to all competitors!

Pictured is our Champion to qualify for the grand final from the Menangle Annual Ag Show 2017, Diamond Park Khaleesi & Aimee Mannix

 

Diamond Park Khaleesi

Pictured is our fifth Reserve Champion to qualify for the grand final from the Menangle Annual Ag Show 2017, Royal Termite & Rozzie Bourke

Congratulations on your success ladies!

Royal Termite

 

Thank you Harness Racing New South for your support in Life After Racing and our first Off The Track series for New South Wales

Thank you to Maxisoy for supporting the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track series with SPPHA NSW

Thank you to Tyre Designs for the beautiful trophy rugs for the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Series

Member Showcase: Amy Walpole

Timmy

Recently joining SPPHA, I am still learning what this great club is all about and all that they have to offer but it’s so great to see a group of devoted individuals providing, enabling and advocating a life after racing and also loving homes for Standardbreds across the board and it’s through this group that I found my next project pony and much loved fur baby.

I really do believe horses and humans have a way of finding their way to each other without much cause or intent. ‘What is meant to be will be’… This is exactly the case for both Timmy and myself as in all honesty, prior to knowing about him I wasn’t even thinking about adding to the family in any way or form but yet here we are.

Having been married in March this year, you tend to get asked the question quite frequently ‘so when is the baby coming along’? Thankfully my husband and I are on the completely same page where starting a family of our own is still far away on the horizon yet, which means we can focus on expanding other areas of our life such as our fur babies. It all began with harmlessly scrolling through Facebook (as you do) and an advertisement for a quiet, compact and cute black Standardbred graced my phone screen. It’s hard to describe but looking back on that distinctive moment it was something about his Black Beauty (soft eyes) look alike face that caught my attention and prompted me to ask the question ‘could we?’. Through the motions of discussing the possibility with my husband, close friend Ingrid (SPPHA President), Amanda (SPPHA rehoming contact) and of course Alison (Timmy’s previous owner), it was starting to look quite likely that Timmy and I were meant for each other.

For a young horse that had not done much prior to ending his racing career, I was quite surprised to see how quiet and comfortable Timmy was particularly around strangers who he had never met before. He was definitely cheeky and had a mischievous glimmer in his eye but also had this beautiful nature inside and out. After spending time with him, I started visualising our life together and thought it could really work so the decision was made, he loaded on the float without much reservation and such began the journey to his new home.

I hadn’t really told Chester (my beloved older TB gelding) that he was getting a younger brother that day, so if I could have captioned his facial expressions it would have read something like ‘that thing isn’t staying here permanently is he???’. But despite a few races around the paddock, they settled into life together rather well.

It is your typical big brother v little brother dynamics though and so cute to see Timmy absolutely doting on Chester and in return I think Chester has a really soft spot for him because whenever Timmy is taken away he does call out to him, which is rare. My vision for Timmy is for him to become my all-rounder of a horse, and we not be restricted in any way or form in what we want to do. So far we have been able to attend a local hacking show and managed to place in every class we entered, plus he handled the competition environment like a pro as well as our first trail ride (and third ride overall) – which I should note he is still not broken in to saddle, just harness from his racing days. There really is a lot to be said about Standardbreds, such undervalued breeds that have so much to offer and give.

Everything that I have thrown his way he has taken completely on board and his ability to cope, learn and mentality to please never ceases to amaze me. Timmy is a very intelligent, young and quirky Standardbred and I thank my lucky stars every day that we came to find each other. I cannot believe how far Timmy and my partnership has grown in the short time we have come to know each other and begun this journey and I am very excited to see what else we can achieve together. Timmy has the biggest heart and I absolutely adore him.

A huge thank you to Ingrid for your support and counsel throughout the whole process, Amanda for ‘matchmaking’ us perfectly and of course Alison for entrusting me with your special boy. I look forward to becoming more involved with SPPHA, meeting fellow members through competitions or events and further supporting in general life after racing for Standardbred’s because what a great cause it is.

Timmy

 

Recap: SPPHA NSW Training Day September

The Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales and Harness Racing New South Wales, hosted the first training day for SPPHA NSW members on Saturday 16th September.

We would like to thank Belinda from Suntori Park for hosting our training day at your beautiful property, it was an absolute treat riding in your magnificent arena. Not to mention Kate Taylor-Wheat from KTW Dressage for your coaching, it was an inspirational and motivational day for all riders.

The training day commenced with beautiful spring morning back dropped behind the arena. It was an intimate day with four riders, first up was Ingrid and Arniwho. Who is currently competing Novice dressage and who are sponsored by SPPHA NSW.

Arniwho Training Day


Our second rider of the day was Anniejayn with her big beautiful boy Royal Remington, Anniejayn and Royal Remington were recently awarded Champion in the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Series at Penrith Annual Ag Show.  Remi has also been one of the successful horses to go through the SPPHA NSW Horse Placement Program.

Royal Remington


Our third rider for the day was Kate riding Amanda’s lovely mare Diamond Park Khaleesi, who was SPPHA NSW entry in the National High Point Competition. Diamond Park Khaleesi was awarded OVERALL Senior Led Mare Champion and OVERALL Senior Ridden Mare Champion.


Our fourth and final rider for the SPPHA NSW Training day with Kate Taylor-Wheat was Megan riding her sweet mare Mischief Managed.  Who were recently awarded Champion Ridden Standardbred at St Ives Winter Show. And who were both very colour coordinated for the training day!

Mischief Managed


All the riders had a great lesson, it was fantastic opportunity to have Kate for our SPPHA NSW Training day.

Kate is an accredited EA NCAS Coach who regularly coaches Beginners to Grand Prix riders, there was no part of the lesson that was left unexplained.  It was amazing to witness the improvement throughout the riders during the day – and who might have been a little tired the next day!

Looking forward to seeing each of the riders achievements this coming season.


Suntori park

 

Announcement: New South Wales State Championships 2018 Program

The Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales and Harness Racing New South Wales are proud to present

New South Wales State Championships 2018

 

This is the first State Championships in New South Wales for Standardbred’s! We are proudly hosting our first State Championships at Tamworth Showground on Saturday 17th – Sunday 18th March 2018.

With a variety of classes on offer, there truly is something for everyone. Show harness, racing harness turnout, best presented, multiple led classes, handler classes, multiple ridden classes, rider classes and much, much more!

The program is now available and can be downloaded by clicking here. ** Amended program V2 – 20/9/17**

With MANY prizes on offer over the weekend, this is not an event to be missed! The Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales are privileged to be running the first State Championships along side Harness Racing New South Wales in our joint venture to promote Life After Racing. Because they’re not just for racing!

Proudly showcasing our feature event on Sunday 18th March 2018 at lunch time, the GRAND FINAL of the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Series! If you have not secured your spot for this series, there is still time! Please check the Off The Track Series page for all details including upcoming qualifying classes at a show near you!

Early bird entries are open until the 16th February 2018, any entry received after this date (including on the day of the show) will occur a $2 late entry fee per class. All entries received before the 16th February will go into the draw to win a bag of feed! Proudly donated by Conqueror Milling Company.

There will be a social BBQ on the Saturday evening, meals are FREE for all SPPHA NSW members attending the State Championships! (if you are not a member, now is the time to join- click here. Your membership will run until the end of this financial year! Not to mention class discounts!)

We look forward to seeing beautiful Standardbred’s from across New South Wales and even Standardbred’s from over the boarder!

ENTRY FORMS will be available from the 1st October 2017. Keep an eye out on our State Championships Page here

In the meantime any questions can be sent to SPPHA NSW State Championships Sub Committee at: competitions@standardbred.org.au 

 

Annual Awards Night 2017

The Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales proudly presents 


Annual Awards Night 2017


The Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales invites all members, family and friends to come along and celebrate the achievements with our members in life after racing.

We will be showcasing the achievements from our members from:

Showing 

Dressage

Endurance

Awards on offer can be viewed here


WHEN: 6 pmSaturday 30th September

WHERE: Penrith Paceway, Ground Floor

DRESS: Smart Casual

RSVP: By Friday 15th September

FREE ENTRY

Please RSVP to: competitions@standardbred.org.au 

National High Point 2016-2017 Results

Congratulations everyone who participated in the National High Point Competition for the 2016-2017 season!

The SPPHA NSW are pleased to announce the following SPPHA NSW Members with their achievements.

Gelding Senior Led Section

2nd Overall Led Senior Gelding

Atomic Soky with Sal Scott

4th Overall Led Senior Gelding

Chariot King with Debbie Holt

Gelding Senior Ridden Section

3rd Overall Ridden Senior Gelding

Chariot King with Debbie Holt

5th Overall Ridden Senior Gelding

Rainbow Thunder with Caroline Mumford

Mare Senior Led Section

1st Overall Led Mare Senior

Diamond Park Khaleesi with Amanda Triandopoulos

Mare Senior Ridden Section

1st Overall Ridden Mare Senior

Diamond Park Khaleesi with Amanda Triandopoulos

 

OVERALL Champion Senior Led Mare- DIAMOND PARK KHALEESI

OVERALL Champion Senior Ridden Mare- DIAMOND PARK KHALEESI

CONGRATULATIONS NEW SOUTH WALES!

Full Results can be downloaded HERE

Why you need to become an SPPHA NSW member today!

standardbred show horse

 

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE SPPHA NSW

Membership of SPPHA NSW is a requirement if you wish to adopt a Standardbred through the adoption program or register a Standardbred with the association.

For SPPHA NSW members we also run several High Point competitions and offer Sponsorship. To be eligible for these awards, you must be a financial member of SPPHA NSW and compete on a Standardbred horse. A presentation for all awards is held towards the end of each year.


Horse Placement

The Horse Adoption/Placement program is the most important aspect of SPPHA NSW’s work. Our main goal is to promote the Standardbred horse in equestrian activities beyond their lives in Harness Racing and to find homes for them when they finish their racing careers.

As well as being a member of SPPHA NSW, you will need to complete an Adoption Application form and pay a $150 Adoption Administration Fee.

You can read the Terms and Conditions here and also browse through our available horses searching for their home after racing.


Registration

SPPHA NSW has run a registry for Purebred and Partbred Standardbreds for more than 20 years.

The types of Registration available through SPPHA NSW include: Purebred Registration; Partbred Registration (DNA testing is required); Transfer of Registration; Unbranded Standardbred Registration (DNA testing is required).

Registration of horses with SPPHA NSW is not mandated except for the following:

  • National High Point Showing Competition;
  • Sponsorship – where the horse is unnamed with HRA or is shown under a different name to that registered with HRA.

You can view our registration page here.

N.B. For adopted horses, registration automatically occurs at the end of the lease period.


Competition

New South Wales State Showing High Point

The NSW State High Points Showing Competition encompasses all NSW shows that include Standardbred classes. The show season begins with Hawkesbury Show (April/May) each year. Competitors must be financial members of SPPHA NSW and must present (lead and/or ride) the horse/s to have their results included. Once the season has finished, results are tallied and a presentation is usually held towards the end of the year.

National High Point Showing Competition

Each year each state SPPHA/SAQ offer a National High Point competition to their members.

For a maximum entry fee of $40, the competition requires SPPHA NSW members and their SPPHA-registered horses to contest at 4 nominated shows and submit their results via the NHPC performance card after attending the final show. The 4 nominated shows must include Led classes to Supreme and Ridden Classes to Champion; only Open Ridden classes are eligible (i.e. must include canter). The nominated shows will be advised by SPPHA NSW before the start of the competition.

With sections for junior members (mares and geldings) and senior members (stallions, mares and geldings) in led and ridden classes, sashes are presented to the Top 5 in each section, as well as Championship sashes and 2 National Performance Horse – Junior National Performance Horse and Senior National Performance Horse – braided neck sashes and rosette. Where possible, vouchers are also offered as prizes to the major winners.

Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Series

New and exciting series promoted through the Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales. The Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Series consists of 9 qualifying classes over the 2017-2018 showing season with each Champion and Reserve Champion automatically qualifying for the Harness Racing New South Wales Off The Track Grand Final at the Standardbred Pleasure and Performance Horse Association of New South Wales State Championships. More information can be found here.

Upcoming competitions with Standardbred classes can be found on the SPPHA NSW Showing Events Page. 


New South Wales State Dressage High Point

The competition year is 1st May of the current year to 30th April of the following year. Any level of dressage test, open/competitive or restricted/unrestricted, is acceptable.  Average scores calculated from the tests at each level will be used to determine prize winners. The award categories are:  Highest average score per level (Preparatory, Preliminary, Novice, Elementary, etc.); Highest score overall; Best Rider award (based on the collective marks); Encouragement Award(s).

To participate you must be a financial member of SPPHA NSW. All members will be notified by SPPHA NSW after 30th April to send in copies of your test sheets (scan and email, or copy and post) to determine the winners.

 


New South Wales State Endurance High Point

Points are collected from participating in endurance rides run by the NSW Endurance Riders Association from 1st May to 30th April of the following year.

Accumulation of points is based on:

  • one point for every successful kilometre completed;
  • the final fitness grading of the horse.

There are no points for placing in the rides, in keeping with the endurance philosophy of “to complete is to win”.

The competition is split into 2 divisions:

  • Social division (20km and under)
  • Open division (40km and over)

To take part you must be a financial member of SPPHA NSW. You will be notified by SPPHA NSW after 30th April to send in copies of your endurance cards (scan and email, or copy and post) to determine the winners.


Sponsorship

SPPHA NSW will provide sponsorship for current SPPHA NSW financial members who have been competed with their Standardbred horse(s) at a minimum of 3 events in Open competition for a minimum of 12 months. The emphasis is on the commitment to compete on equal terms, to strive for continuous improvement and actively work towards reaching the next level of your chosen discipline(s).

The criteria for each discipline are as follows:

  • Show Horse – non-breed Ridden classes in full open competition;
  • Dressage – Preliminary level and above;
  • Eventing – Newcomers (60cm) and above;
  • Jumping – 60cm and above;
  • Endurance – Training level (40km) and above;
  • Carriage driving (competitive);
  • Other disciplines will be accepted but must be at a competitive level considered above Beginner/Basic i.e. Standardbreds compete with the same expectations as any other horse (e.g. ARC competition days, Pony Club, Interschools, Western, Sporting, Team Penning, Campdrafting).

The form that Sponsorship will take is at the discretion of the SPPHA NSW committee. Sponsorship may be a package and may include some of the following: one-off payment towards entry fees; monogrammed rug to be used on competition days; monogrammed saddle cloth for competition days; promotional T-shirt and cap.

Additional information including an application can be found here.


 

 

Personal Accident Insurance Cover

Current financial members of SPPHA NSW are eligible to take advantage of the Personal Accident (PA) Insurance offer available through Equestrian Sport Insurance (ESI). This insurance provides 24/7 cover when taking part in hobby/pleasure horse–related activities (i.e. not earning money from horse riding/handling).

The initial application and payment will be made through SPPHA NSW, with annual renewals (due 1st July each year) being processed via ESI. To be eligible for renewal you must remain a financial member of SPPHA NSW.

The commercial cost of this PA cover is currently $169.50, taken out through the Australian Horse Industry Council (AHIC). SPPHA NSW has received generous sponsorship to affiliate with AHIC, which activates a price reduction of the annual fee to $95 for adults and $75 for those under 18 years of age.

As well as the price reduction to members, SPPHA NSW will receive a small administration fee for managing the insurance listing. So, while members can enjoy 24/7 personal accident insurance cover at this generously reduced cost, SPPHA NSW will also benefit through receipt of the administration fee – a winning situation for both members and the association.

This insurance can be purchased directly online at https://www.equestriansportsinsurance.com.au/

Just answer yes that you are an AHIC Affiliate and select Standardbreds and you are on the way. This replaces the need for states to gather the information from members and send the information to ESI.

 

Public Liability Insurance Cover

All current financial SPPHA NSW members are covered by the Association’s Public Liability Insurance for travel to and from any event or show or holding Standardbred classes that is listed on our webpage (www.standardbred.org.au).

For example: if you were travelling to a show and had to stop and unload your horses due to a flat tyre, if your horse got loose and caused an accident, you would be covered by SPPHA NSW’s Public Liability Insurance for the damage caused.

SPPHA NSW Membership forms can be downloaded here

Additional information about the SPPHA NSW Membership can be found on our Membership Page