Tying-Up Research

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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

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

FEI Statement

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The FEI, as part of its continued efforts to ensure strong measures for Endurance in the UAE are taken, has today held talks with the Emirates Equestrian Federation (EEF) in … Read More

AERA writes to FEI

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AERA write to the FEI regarding horse welfare concerns in Group VII “The Australian Endurance Riders’ Association Inc. (AERA) has been closely following endurance events in Group VII and we … Read More

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

Quilty Winner!

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It is with the greatest pleasure that the AERA extends its warmest congratulations to Ben Hudson of NSW riding Cap Braveheart who has won the 50th anniversary Tom Quilty Gold … Read More