Rider Distance Scrolls


The AERA is pleased to announce a Lifetime Distance recognition award for riders who achieve significant distances during their endurance careers.

Tying-Up Research


You are invited to participate in a research study on ‘tying-up’, also known as exertional rhabdomyolysis (ER), in Australian endurance horses funded by Charles Sturt University and Willinga Park Stockhorses.

Bio Security Statement


It is with pleasure the AERA Bio Security Sub Committee releases the final version of the AERA Bio security Statement.

Electrolyte Survey

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Whilst we know that administering oral electrolyte supplements to endurance horses is common practice, confusion exists about the optimal amount and types of electrolyte supplementation to administer. Our study aims … Read More