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About MGA Events

MGA NSW hosts a variety of events across the state including:

  • regional friendly competitions
  • training days
  • NSW State Championships in Individuals, Pairs and Teams
  • one National Competition each year where people from across the country compete
  • an annual Christmas Competition and Gala Dinner to finish out the year

Training Events:

MGA NSW hosts a variety of training days throughout the year which are open to ALL riders.

These training days aim to accomodate all riders and their mounts including:

  • new mounted games riders who want to learn the fundamental skills
  • riders bringing a new or green pony to train in mounted games
  • more experienced riders looking to hone their skills and work up to the next level

How it works:

Experienced coaches and riders take small groups of riders based on ability to enable focused and tailored training.

Riders are given the opportunity to learn and practice new skills.

Often a mini-competition is run at the end of the day to allow riders to put their new skills into practice.

 

Regional Competitions:

Competitions are run in individuals, pairs and teams formats, most often with one format on the Saturday and a different format on the Sunday, so you don't have to come to both days.

REGIONAL COMPETITIONS ARE OPEN TO ALL RIDERS, even if you have never even done mounted games, just ask, and we will accomodate!

 

In individual competitions, riders are divided into groups based on age usually including:

  • Under 12
  • Under 15
  • Under 18
  • Opens
  • 25 and over

In pairs and teams competitions, riders are divided into groups based on ability and experience. Groups such as novice, intermediate and open may be run, depending on the numbers and abilities of riders who attend. 

 

YOU DON'T NEED YOUR OWN PAIR OR TEAM TO COME TO AN EVENT. Our regional competitions are very flexible so if need a partner or team, we will sort it out on the day!

 

Groups compete against each other in a number of sessions (ususally 2 per day) and then a Final where riders are put into A, B, etc Finals based on their scores from the sessions. Sessions usually have between 6-8 different games and the Final with 8-10 games.

Talk about value for money!

 

Please click on the 'About Us' tab to see information about the different games.

 

 

Please see the calendar tab to search for events and for entry information.