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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Willinga Park to host first International Dressage event in two years

Willinga Park Equestrian center in Bawley Point, New South Wales, is hosting its annual Dressage by the Sea event from 24 to 27 February.

This prestigious event has been given special permission by the FEI (Federation Equestrian Internationale) to run the international component of the event. Technology will be used whereby International high-profile judges (from Europe & the USA) will judge the event in real-time via Live Stream and instant scoring, alongside our own Australian internationally qualified judges.

This year’s Dressage by the Sea is classified as a CDI 3*, meaning it’s an event with a high caliber of judges, competitors and prize money.

“After the disappointment of not being able to host internationally recognized events, competitors have the opportunity to gain qualifications to be considered for the 2022 World Equestrian Games to be held in Europe later this year,’ says Willinga Park owner Terry Snow.

“We have some incredible horses and riders in our country and it’s time to get them competing internationally and recognized on a world stage,” says Mr Snow.

As well as experiencing the world-class equestrian facilities, spectators at the event will also have an opportunity to discover Willinga Parks gardens, outdoor sculptures and award-winning architecture.

Dressage by the Sea 2022 runs from 22nd February – 1st March. Information and tickets available at


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