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Australian squads for 2022 Oceania Eventing Championships

    First Senior Team for Sam Jeffree and Woodmount Lolita


Updated 21st May 2022

Equestrian Australia has confirmed the withdrawal of Megan Jones and RLE Barina from the 2022 Oceania Championships Australian Senior Team.

Annabel Cargill and Quaprice, owned by Annabel Cargill and Hamish Cargill, Alison Lalak, and Paul Cargill, who had previously been named as a reserve combination, have been appointed to the Australian Senior Team. 

Gemma Tinney and Diabolo, owned by Tim Game & Karen Tinney, have been selected as a Senior Team reserve combination.


13th May 2022


Equestrian Australia (EA) has announced the selected combinations for the 2022 Oceania Championships, to be held in Victoria at the Melbourne International 3 Day Event from 9th – 13th June, 2022.

Australia will field three teams: two Senior teams and one Young Rider team to compete in the biennial competition against New Zealand. 

Oceania Championships Senior Teams

  • Emma Mason & Warrego Marco Polo, owned by Marco Polo Syndicate
  • Jessica Rae & Fifth Avenue, owned by Jessica Rae
  • Lauren Browne & Skys da Limit, owned by Lauren Browne
  • Megan Jones & RLE Barina, owned by Megan Jones
  • Samuel Jeffree & Woodmount Lolita, owned by Fiona Mitchell
  • Sam Lyle & BF Valour, owned by Charlotte Mavris
  • Shenae Lowings & Bold Venture, owned by Shenae Lowings
  • Shane Rose & Easy Turn, owned by Angela Shacklady and Shane & Niki Rose

Reserve combinations

  • Andrew Cooper & Hey Arnold, owned by Madeline & Darren Wilson
  • Annabel Cargill & Quaprice, owned by Annabel Cargill & Hamish Cargill, Alison Lalak and Paul Cargill
  • Matthew Gaske & Bellhaven Cumbria, owned by Jason Johnstone
  • Sarah Clark & LV Balou Jeanz, owned by Sarah Clark

Oceania Championships Young Rider Team

  • Edward Darby & Dawn of the Day, owned by Julia Gibson
  • Georgia Tivendale & Star Allure, owned by Georgia Tivendale
  • Oliver Barrett & Sandhills Special, owned by Prue Barrett
  • Riley Lyall & GI War Machine, owned by Riley Lyall

Reserve combinations

  • Amilia Schooley & Grande Exito, owned by Amilia Schooley
  • Ella Smith & Jaybee Altimate, owned by Ella Smith

Prior to the Championships, all team and reserve combinations will attend a staging camp in Victoria that will focus on team culture and competition preparation. The composition of the two Senior teams will also be finalised during this camp. 

“Congratulations to all of the selected combinations who have been named to the Australian squads,” says EA High Performance Director, Chris Webb

“The Oceania Championships are an integral part of the EA High Performance Program’s Pathway, which supports athletes aspiring to represent Australia. Many of Australia's most successful equestrian competitors made their debut at an Oceania Championship and we remain committed to continuing the development of Australian combinations.”