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High performance 3

High performance (Paralympic) 3

Total investment 2013–14: $2,977,000
(high performance: $2,140,000; high performance — para: $500,000; participation: $337,000)
ASC funding as a percentage of total income: 47.8%

Equestrian Australia (EA) has developed a horse and athlete management system for all its medal prospects. 2014 is a priority year with the world equestrian games in Normandy, France, and performance will be closely monitored to determine if they are on track for medals in Rio 2016. The para equestrian program continues to show potential and remains on track for medals in Rio 2016.

EA is on track to implement the ASC’s mandatory governance principles. The key areas for attention in the next 12 months are the establishment of a nominations committee and an annual board performance evaluation. These will be addressed as part of a broader governance review that EA is planning to undertake this year.

In participation, the implementation of the new national membership structure is a significant milestone, streamlining over 45 membership categories down to six. This will enable EA to accurately report membership data in future years. The junior participation program, Ready Set Trot, is now up and running and is expected to gain momentum in 2014.

2013 benchmark event // Les Etoiles de Pau

Medal target: -

Non-Mmedal target achieved: Yes

2013 benchmark event - Paralympic// Dressage Festival, Werribee, Victoria

Medal target: -

Non-medal target achieved: Yes

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