The Sydney Horse Show has long been one of the most sought-after equestrian events in the country and continues to attract top international competitions. “We train and show horse riding in ways that are both fun and safe,” says Sydney Show Director Steve Martin.
“The Sydney Horse Show attracts more visitors each year than any other in the country and is an event that attracts many people from all over the world. The horse shows are a great way for people to learn more about the sport of horse riding.” For the novice rider, the shows also offer opportunities to socialize with others who share a passion for horse riding. If you want to ride at the Sydney Horse Show, you will need to register for an entry fee.
There are two main equestrian categories at the Sydney Horse Show: Dressage and Showjumping. Dressage is an offshoot of the Western saddle and harness training. It takes a lot of skill and practice to master but it can be enjoyed by anyone. The Showjumping category includes disciplines such as jump, jumping, hurdle and dressage. Showjumps have been used as professional competition for hundreds of years and are a very challenging competition.