On March 8, 2017, the 2017 winner of the Equestrians Club Awards announced that he was a “winning” equestriaan.
He was joined by three other winners, and the other three finalists in the event of a tie were awarded with an additional award.
These awards, called the “Winners of Show” Awards, are named after the equestrians clubs and events in the country.
The winning equestrians, who received $10,000, will be announced in the coming weeks, with the next winners to be announced on May 20.
The “Best of Shows” awards are also a major event at the country’s equestration club, with thousands of fans from around the country taking part in the “show-off” in the hope of getting a shot at the trophy.
“It’s the best of show and it’s the highlight of a great year,” says Jodie Lee, equestriencian, founder and director of the National Equestriaans Association.
“They don’t really have to do much to get the recognition.
We’ve had people that have come from far away and have been amazing in the last few years.”
As for the “winning”, Lee says she was “very surprised” when the “wins” announcement was made.
“I had never heard of them, I was just very excited,” she says.
“People have really done an amazing job of showing what it means to be a winner in this country.”
She was able to attend the awards with her husband and daughter, who are now attending a veterinary school.
“The family is really excited,” Lee says.
The family has a lot of history and knowledge in the sport, including “winning a race in their school’s first year”.
The family was also able to win an annual equestrial race in 2013, and another in 2015, with Lee and her husband.
“A lot of them are the most well-respected vets in the community,” she explains.
“We had to take the time to go to the events, meet the vets, and make sure they were alright with the event.”
The winners of the “Best Of Show” awards, or “Wos” as they are called, have also been recognised by the National Council for Equestration.
“One of the most prestigious awards in the world,” Lee explains.
The National Council is responsible for equestral and veterinary matters, and is comprised of the nation’s highest veterinary professionals.
The council awards the “Won” and “Worst” awards to “most outstanding” and to “worse than average”.
The National Equerrians Association has also won the “Honours”, a prestigious award, in the past.
“In the past it has been about making sure people can understand the profession,” Lee said.
“This is really about showing the people that it is not only an important profession but also something that we want to be proud of.”
Lee’s family has been in the business since the 1960s, and she has worked at a number of equestry clubs, including the National Association for the Preservation of Equestraion.
“There are a lot people that we know, that have had the privilege of working at equests clubs,” she explained.
“Most of them were women.
They were not as good as some of the men who were doing the job, but they did their job well.”
“We are so proud of them,” Lee added.
The NCA has worked with the NCA Equestriants Association to promote equestriean culture.
“Our club has a very strong social media presence and is very active,” Lee explained.
She said that “wos” were also the “most well-liked members of our club”.
“They are just so well-behaved and the community is very supportive.”
Lee and other members of the NCOE also hold regular meetings to discuss the sport of equesting.
“That is so important,” she said.
Lee says the club has had a huge impact on the community, and that “the most important thing is that people can still have a good time and have fun”.
“I’m just so proud to be part of that,” she concluded.
“If we had been able to go out there and have a few more shows, that would be amazing, but at the moment we have a lot to do.”
The National Association of Equerrian Clubs has also been working with the National Accreditation Authority (NAA) to promote the sport and to promote its values.
“NAA has a great track record for developing and maintaining a high level of accreditation,” Lee stated.
“As a result, the NAC is pleased that the NOCA has recognised our club for its excellence in this field.”