Clarendon Event information
Our Clarendon Events are kindly sponsored by: Click the logo to access the website of our Clarendon Sponsors
Clarendon Competitor Information Sheet [more]
Clarendon 2014 Amateur Owner/Rider division [more]
Mailbox for Clarendon:
The mailbox for Clarendon Competitions is - PO Box 975, Richmond NSW 2753 (Do not send them to PO Box 372)
On line entries for Clarendon events. Online Entries only accepted.. The entry fee must be paid at time of entering. Otherwise the entry registration is deleted after 20 minutes. www.globalentriesonline.com.au
Stables: Stables are provided free of charge. Please clean out stables when you leave. If you require a stable please contact Karen so that one can be reserved for you email
Campers: Please note those camping either plugged into power or not will need to get a label to display on their dashboard. All riders camping will need to pay $12 per night as we get charged this amount. The Show Society will be checking power leads and how many riders are camping across the weekend, this is a new system starting from this event. Please remember to get your camping label.
Sponsor Logos on saddlecloths and jackets: A reminder to competitors regarding rules and regulations on the sizing of sponsor logos on saddlecloths and jackets. [More information]
Check your current membership status - if you are not a current member then you need to pay the non member entry fees. Contact Tracey Lesslie 0409 841 089 if you have any questions re your membership status.
Clarendon Protocol and Training Days
Camping at Clarendon
If you intend staying overnight at the grounds at Clarendon, you must book beforehand. From April 2011 camping bookings are to go to Dressage NSW . Bookings for camping can be done online. Cost of camping is $12 per night. Bookings can be made online with your entries. People who camp on the grounds and do not pre-book or pay for camping may find their entries are not accepted in the future.
New rules take effect from 1 January 2014. One of the new rules is that whips for ponies must not exceed 1m.
Young Horse: Riders should make sure that their horse's bits comply with the rules, i.e that the bits are as thick as, or thicker than, the prescribed minimum.
The diameter of the mouthpiece is measured adjacent to the rings or the cheeks of the mouthpiece
News & Updates:
Looking for somewhere to stay while competing at Clarendon?
Motel accommodation in the area includes:
For more information about accommodation and things to do in the Hawkesbury Region, visit the web site: http://www.hawkesburyaustralia.com.au