Renew Your Membership

Equestrian SA membership renewal notices are dispatched annually late June.

Please note: While we have kept the renewal fees to 2019/2020 levels we have no longer been able to absorb the Nominate processing fee.

If you did not receive your renewal notice and have changed your email or postal address during the year you may need to contact the Equestrian SA office to ensure we have your current contact details.

 As Equestrian SA membership runs from 1st July to 30th June (IE: financial year), to ensure you insurance remains current please ensure you renew your membership in a timely manner.

 There are two ways to renew your membership:

  1. Online and through MyEA - you will need your member number and password which was provided on your renewal notice.
  2. Return the hard copy renewal notice and payment via mail to the Equestrian SA office.

Once your membership has been processed your new membership card will be emailed to you. Don’t forget to print a copy to take with you to events. Or take a photo on your mobile phone so you will always have proof of current membership with ou.

Top tips for a pain free renewal

  1. If you are a current member or have been a member of Equestrian SA in the past, please ensure that you are renewing your membership not joining as a new member. (EA numbers are allocated once and are reactivated upon renewal)
  2. During the renewal process please ensure that your contact details, particularly email addresses, are correct
  3. Ensure that you provide your mailing address if it is different from your residential address
  4. Check that all horses for which you are the PRIMARY REGISTERED owner are listed on your profile with the correct status (active, retired, sold etc). If any changes need to be made (if you have gelded your stallion etc.) please contact the office to advise.
  5. Ensure that you circle/tick the competition licences that you will be needing for each horse in the new membership year. Licences will only be issued to horses that have microchips on record and all listed owners must be current members, before licences can be processed.