The 2020 Tom Quilty will be held over the weekend of the 18-20 September at the Collie Racecourse. Find all the details Here Follow on Facebook The 2020 Tom Quilty Committee … Read More
The AERA has continued to work on a restructure and draft Constitution that will serve Australian endurance riding. We have collated and discussed ALL comments received last year on the … Read More
AERA is looking for a new Webmaster! Are you experienced in web design and maintenance? Interested in Endurance riding? Happy to work with the AERA Committee to update, maintain and … Read More
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The Stirling’s Crossing Endurance Club – located in the picturesque Mary Valley on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast – will play host to Australia’s most prestigious endurance horse riding event, the Tom … Read More
During 2018 swabbing was conducted in all divisions. The Australian Endurance Riders Association Inc (AERA) is committed to supporting a “clean sport” and has asked all Division Associations to increase … Read More
The sport of endurance is a diverse mix of participants, both human and equine.
For our sport to be relevant and inclusive of all entrants and to ensure we are encouraging, supportive and safe there must be a standard to which we all adhere. The newly developed Policy for Course Etiquette is your guide to what is expected of you as a rider.
View the policy: aera.asn.au/national-rules/#erep
With the introduction of a new Australian designed and made Tom Quilty Buckle set for release at Scottsdale in 2018, the AERA is launching a Tom Quilty Buckle Plaque for … Read More
“Lauralyn Notorious achieved Arabian Horse Society of Australia Endurance Horse of the Year. It takes great patience to produce great endurance horses. It begins with the astonishing vision to breed … Read More