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Clubs involved in equestrian sports that are the responsibility of Equestrian Australia can gain a range of benefits if they affiliate with the EA through their State Branch.

Branches offer a range of services to their clubs and at a National level, ENSW have the following benefits;

  • The right to use EA rules and regulations and appoint EA accredited officials for their events.
  • Access to manuals and other reference material that will help them run their club and their event.
  • Able to purchase a range of club insurance packages.

Once affilated, clubs are covered by the Member Protection Policy and other relevant policies of the EA. 

View policies here 


ENSW Club Affiliation

 Equestrian New South Wales encourages all Clubs to recommend their members become competitor or participant members of Equestrian New South Wales.  The benefit to riders in having 24/7 personal accident insurance alone should be incentive enough to have them seriously consider this offer. 

 To become an affiliate of ENSW, please submit the required documents and application form.

 There are a number of different categories of competitions that affiliate clubs can hold. These include:

 Closed Events: club activities for club members to compete against other members of the same club. Clubs may invite ENSW members to participate in these activities (Closed Unrestricted), however they may choose to allow their club members only (Closed Restricted).

 Official Events: ENSW Competitor members only may compete at these events. Grading points are acquired for horses in these events, and EA horse registration is required along with a competition licence.

For further information about what levels are classed as CR, CU or OC please contact the office on 02 96202660


What you need to affiliate as a club:

  • A copy of your Club Constitution. The club constitution is basically the guideline and rules by which your club will be run and includes all provisions for memberships, disciplinary matters, the committee and meetings etc. The NSW Office of Fair Trading has guidelines on how to write your constitution.
  • A copy of your Club's Certificate of Incorporation. 
  • Your Risk Management Plan. This needs to be a comprehensive plan which shows that you have practices in place for assessing and identifying possible risk and that you have a risk management action plan.
  • A certificate of Currency for Insurance if not using the EA insurance.
  • Completed application form

Once they have been approved your club can begin to run official events. Ensure that you give us a contact person so that we can let you know straight away if there are any problems with your application or need more information. Remember to check the current Scale of Fees for the cost of affiliation, please also note that there is an extra cost for running more than one discipline.


Coverage for Clubs

2022 Club Insurance.pdf

 Applications for Affiliation 

2024 Club Affiliation Renewal.pdf- Use this form if you are a Club wanting to affiliate to run competitions under EA rules and regulations and/or obtain Club Insurance. 

2024 Commercial Group Affiliation Application (1).pdf - Use this form if you are a Businesses or commercial group wanting to align with Equestrian Australia to access services for a commercial benefit, such as an equestrian events company.

2024 Show Society Affiliation form (1).pdf - Use this form if you are an Agricultural Show Society wanting to run competitions under EA rules and regulations.

2024 School Affiliation form (1).pdf - Use this form if you are a School and you wish to run Interschools competitions under EA rules and regulations.

 Scale of Fees 

Scale of Fees 2023-24.pdf

Club Resources