AUSTRALIAN JUMPING TEAMS LEAGUE – TEAM EIAF

Set to change the face of Australian Show-jumping, the Australian Jumping Teams League (AJTL) is due to jump-off

this September. Based on the well-recognised Global Champions League the initial 2019 AJTL will be held over four

rounds. The competition will comprise of 10 teams of four riders, one of which must be under 25.

The jumping will be set at 1.40-1.45m with prize money on offer over $400,000, the richest in Australian history.

At EIAF we feel it is important to support equestrian sport within Australia and promote innovative ideas.

When we first heard about the AJTL, EIAF jumped straight on board and sponsored our own team.

1. Chris Chugg (Five-time Australian Champion & 10thWorld Cup Final Gothenburg 2016)

2. Gabi Kuna (Winner and placegetter of Multiple World Cup Rounds)

3. James Arkins (Winner of 4 World Cup Finals and experience competing in NZ & Europe)

4. Elliot Reeves (Under 25, hailing from the UK, 2ndGold Tour Qualifier Aquis Champions Tour 2019)

Challenging Team Equine International Airfreight will be: Chatham Park, Emcee Apparel, HorsePower, Kiernan

Haulage, Martin Collins Australia, Takapoto Estate, Yandoo Park, Oaks Sport Horses and Willinga Park. To add

further excitement and exposure, the producers of Jump Off are creating a new TV series called “All Clear” which will

cover the inaugural season of the AJTL. Following on from the brainwave of Michelle Lang-McMahon, who over the

past number of years has run the Aquis Champions Tour, Chatham Park have taken over the running of the AJTL,

focusing on Corporate Sponsorship. EIAF are excited to see the competition get under way and are enthusiastic to

see the AJTL and the sport of Show jumping evolve. You can folllow all the news and results @teamEIAF

Event 1: Willinga Park, NSW

Friday, Sept 13th 2019

Event 2: SIEC Indoor, NSW

Tuesday night, Oct 1st 2019

Event 3: Sale, VIC

Sunday, Nov 24th 2019

Event 4: Summer Classic SIEC, NSW

Sunday, Dec 7th 2019

 

 

 

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *