Sponsorship Opportunities for 2022 TSHA National Titles

Media Release - Friday August 6

The Covid pandemic has disrupted so many things in our lives, but planning is still going ahead for the 2022 TSHA National Titles next November which promises to bring the worlds of racing and equestrian together as never before.

To be run at Stonewall Equestrian at Mangrove Mountain just north of Sydney, the 2022 TSHA National Titles will cover a broad spectrum of events for thoroughbreds ranging from showjumping to dressage, hacking and pleasure pursuits.

Click to see all the information on what sponsorship options are available.


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Teams jumping will be a feature of the event with a Racing Teams Challenge at 1.10 – 1.15 with a jump-off course of 1.20 and an Amateur Teams Invitational at 80cm.

Puissance and Six Bar classes will provide plenty of excitement and entertainment as we seek to find the best jumping thoroughbreds in Australia.

For more information on how you can become involved contacts are below:

Krissy Harris: 0459 168 782
Nicole Poetsch: 0418 683 802
info@thoroughbredsporthorse.com.au
www.thoroughbredsporthorse.com.au




 

 

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