The Victorian Equestrian Interschool Series (“VEIS”) was established over 12 years ago and has evolved into the premier interschool competition in Victoria. The founders of the series recognised that school children with a keen interest in participating in equestrian activities are the future talent pool for state and national team success in equestrian sport, and that a series of consistent events operating under EA rules was required for the ongoing development of the sport at grass roots levels.
Today, school children from all regions can compete in a variety of competitions across the state as part of VEIS calendared events. The school-run or sponsored events use accredited judges and course designers and cater to all levels of riders, from those at the top of their sport nationally to those entering for the first time with dreams of taking home their first ribbon. Over 550 horse and rider combinations representing more than 180 schools have participated in events running under the VEIS banner in 2017.
In addition to regional events, the VEIS runs the State Qualifier Series consisting of three events in both dressage and show jumping and the Mustad Saddleworld Geelong VEIS Grand Final in 2017. The 2018 Grand Final will take place on the last weekend in July at the Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre. This series provides a pathway for riders to represent their state at the Interschool Nationals (see VEIS Rules & Guidelines).
The VEIS organising committee consist of representatives from 3 regions- Northern, Barwon and South East. The website can provide useful information for competitors and event organisers.
The VEIS is committed to:
2018 Winning Teams at VEIS Grand Final
Above: Toorak College - Show Jumping. Below: Braemar College - Dressage
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