Operation Stock Check
NSW Police launched Operation Stock Check on 3 August 2020 resulting in more monitoring of people trucking horses and other livestock around NSW. Be prepared, you are likely to be pulled over and asked by the NSW Police for a Travelling Stock Statement (TSS) for the horse you may be moving.
If you do not have a TSS with you or your horse does not meet any of the listed exemptions, you may be fined.
More information including exemptions can be found at https://www.lls.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/1216793/Transporting-horses-in-NSW-FAQs.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1xFOW6g3r615cL5y4I7j9JtCikdyS3TkQxrj6w8yMRX2cGtPCG1aJFT5o#Transporting%20horses%20in%20NSW%20FAQs
Please remember that if a judge, course builder or steward is paid a fee for their appointment they will need to supply a copy of current insurance as they will not be covered under the Show Societies Insurance policy. If they are paid traveling expenses only, they will be covered under the Show Societies Volunteer insurance. It is recommended that a copy of Judges Code of Conduct be sent to each Judge as reference when Show Societies invite them to attend.
Equestrian Australia Judges & Stewards
- To search per state and discipline for EA accredited Judges and Stewards please visit: https://www.equestrian.org.au/members/search/official
- EA Showjumping Rules - Updated 1 January, 2021 Click here
NSW Show Harness Judges
Click here for the 2013 list of The Australian Carriage Driving Society's NSW Show Harness Judges and their contact details.