School Sport Victoria has partnered with Equestrian Victoria to promote events run by Equestrian Victoria at the state level.
Interschool Victoria (ISV), as part of Equestrian Victoria, aims to develop junior riding, assist families in having an overall view of interschool pathways and competitions and to assist schools and organisations in planning and hosting Interschool Equestrian events. Interschool participants may range from Prep to Year 12 with entry to elite levels of riding catered for. ISV offers a central place for information about Interschool competitions which run under consistent rules and guidelines, based upon the Equestrian Australia disciplines of Dressage, Jumping, Eventing and Show Horse.
Equestrian Victoria run the Victorian Equestrian Interschool Series, or VEIS, which is a series of dressage and show jumping competitions run by schools and organisations across the state, including a Grand Final event at Werribee (WPNEC) in June.
There are three regional competitions within this series - Barwon, Northern and South East - and the series provides a pathway to the Australian Interschool Championships for dressage and show jumping.
For the Interschool Calendar
For more information visit www.veis.com.au
Contact: Julia Williams - Chair of ISV
Committee email: email@example.com
Event Information regarding these partnered events can be found in the Event Calendar located on the right hand side panel of this page. For further information about these events or to make an enquiry about your school getting involved in this sport please contact Equestrian Victoria.
Events are listed prior to the date of the event in the Event Calendar located on the right hand side panel. Each event will contain the venue, convenor, rules, information, draws/schedule & results. Results can only be accessed post event by going to the Event Calendar Section & selecting the date of the event.
There is no School Sport Australia interstate competition for Equestrian. For representative opportunities please contact Equestrian Victoria.