One of the areas gaining popularity for Arena Construction is the Showjumping Arena. In recent years ELD have constructed a number of arenas suited to this discipline for all levels of rider – from the Amateur through to International and Olympic Level riders. These arenas are popular with both Showjumping and Eventing Riders.
ELD can construct Full ELD Spec Showjumping Arenas or Grass Arenas suitable for all of your Showjumping Training and Competition needs.
One of the first facilities ELD constructed were the Polo Fields at Elysian Fields, Canungra – which has also become one of the biggest Show Jumping events on the calendar.
More recently the grounds at Larapinta Equestrian Centre has become another stand-out venue for Show Jumping Competitions:
A sample of our Showjumping & Eventing Clients Include:
Wayne (OAM) Roycroft, QLD.
(Arena Constructed 2016)
Rebel Morrow, Cornubia, QLD.
(First Arena Constructed at Congewai in 2007 – now home to the Australian Equine Institute.)
(Second Arena Constructed at Cornubia, Qld. in 2012.)
Rebel was a member of the 2006 Athens Olympics Team.
Peter McMahon & Michelle Lang-McMahon – Kolora Lodge, Waterford. QLD.
(Arena Construction 2006.)
Between them, Michelle and Peter have represented Australia at the 2008 Olympics games, three World Championships (1994, 2002, 2006) and a World Cup final in 1996.
Andrew Barret & Tarsha Hammond, Werakata Farm, Keinbah, NSW.
(Dressage & Grass Jumping Arena Constructed 2006.)
Andrew is a Level 2 Showjumping and Eventing Coach and SSTA. Grand Prix showjumper, 3* Eventer and occasional dressage rider. He has started a multitude of young horses in all three disciplines with excellent results. Andrew won Adelaide International 3 day event 2* in 2016 on Bradgate Park Dante.
Tarsha is a professional rider, NCAS Level 3 Eventing Coach and Level 2 Dressage Coach and Coach Educator. She has represented Australia Internationally on her horse “Fuzzy Logic” in the Trans Tasman Challenge in 2003. She was short-listed for the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and the World Equestrian Games in 2002.
Adam Mellers former property at Beaudesert – now owned by the Langbecker Family – Embrook Stables.
(Arena Constructed in 2004)