2013 WAWE Meeting in Paris
PROGRAMME OF THE MEETING IN PARIS ON THE 8th and 9th February 2013
The growth of Working Equitation all over the world, confirms our opinion regarding the potential of this equestrian discipline, giving us strength to continue the efforts to its development.
The WAWE Board, beliefs on the importance in having a discussion to define some criteria to achieve a better and proper evolution of the discipline.
Therefore, we call for a meeting of the WAWE General Assembly, with the following schedule.
Friday, the 8th February 2013
Meeting with those responsible for Working Equitation in the different countries:
- Analysis and discussion of the amendments to the WAWE Regulation;
- Analysis and discussion International Judges Regulation;
- Analysis and discussion WAWE Logo;
- Preparation of the Protocols with different countries to sign at WAWE General Assembly. Definition of the responsible for discipline in each country
- Necessity of sending to WAWE summaries of the activity in each country, every year
- Presentation of proposals for conducting international events in 2013
Saturday, the 9th February 2013
WAWE General Assembly
- Signature of Protocols
- Definition of the responsible for discipline in each country
- Approval of the amendments to the WAWE Regulation
- Approval International Judges Regulation
- Definition concerning the WAWE Logo
- Analysis and election of the proposals for conducting international events in 2013
OFFICIAL FACEBOOK OF WAWE
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WORKING EQUITATION IN ENGLAND
The WAWE Chairman was in England to discuss the future of the Working Equitation in this country.
International Juniors/ Young Riders Competition
From 28th to 30th of July 2017, in France, nations interested in enrolling a team or single rider are very welcomed!
Working Equitation at the Longines Global Champions Tour 2016
During the Longines Global Champions Tour 2016 will be held an International Working Equitation Competition, from September 15th to 18th.