Southern Tasmanian Eventing Association

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EA Rider Membership Number (required for intro and above)
EA Horse Membership Number (required for Preliminary and above)
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Benefits and Rules of STEA Membership

Benefits of a STEA Membership 

1. Invitations to all offical competitions in Tasmania, updates on future event dates and reminders of closing dates.

2. Have your achievements counted towards club Horse of the Year titles and the TEA and Little TEA Cups at State Championship

3. Ability to attend all STEA training days including ones held at TEC during Winter months when the course is restricted with experienced coaches (interstate and local)

4. Ability to ride at Learning and Training days (grade 4-5 ODEs) held by Monmouth, Huon and Huntingfield Pony Clubs.

5. Invitations to all EA offered seminars and training sessions

6. Opportunity to build friendships in an enviroment that celebrates the best aspects of our equestrain sport.

STEA Club Rules

Members are required to assist in a volunteer capacity. This requires a minimum of 1 day per year. This can be achieved through assisting at training days, attending working bees and special events that are held throughout the year. The volunteering can be completed at any time throughout the financial year.

For a full outline of the membership rules, please visit the Equestrian Tasmania website

All members are required to wear a currently approved Australian Riding Helmet (AS 3838), European Standard (EN 1384) or United States Standard (SSTN 1163), approved safe riding boots and horses to be bridled when riding.

Equestrian Australia has advised that Helmet Standard EN1384 will remain effective until 31 December 2016, a new standard VG1 has been added to the General Regulations effective immediately. As of 1 January 2017 helmets with the EN1384 standard will not be permitted.

Protective headgear must conform with one of the current approved safety standards:

o AS/NZS 3838 (current Australian Standard)

o VG1 (interim European Standard)

o EN/1384 (current outgoing European Standard) during 2016 only – not permitted from 2017

o ASTM F1163 (current US Standard).

 

 

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