Adelaide International Three Day Event

The 2014 Australian International Three Day Event will be hosted in Adelaide. The annual equestrian competition has run for over 10 years.

About the Australian International Three Day Event

Australian International Three Day Event will be held Thursday, 13 November 2014 to Sunday, 16 November 2014. Held at Victoria Park in Adelaide, you can expect to be wowed and left in awe as you watch the determination these riders have when competing.

 

Australian International Three Day Event (AI3DE) will hold the largest prize pool in the Southern Hemisphere for Eventing with over $100,000 to be won. Organising the event in 2013 was Mrs Gillian Rolton, Event Director of AI3DE who boasts her own star qualities, such as renowned dual Olympic gold medallist and FEI committee member who made sure the AI3DE was an event you would remember.

 

Ticket Information

Ticket information is not yet advertised but the 2013 ticket information for the previous year is below. Admission was free for children under six. Keep checking the official website for further details ticket information.

 

  • General Admission gained you access to the Heritage Oval area including the Market Place, the Event's Bar and Masterclass on Dressage and Showjumping days, the entire Cross Country Course, and all the Cross Country jumps on course. Food and beverage stalls were available as well as seating and Big Screens.
  • The Heritage Grandstand offered spectators shaded and raised Heritage Grandstand to watch show jumping and cross-country. These tickets included general admission entry, program, grandstand seating, master classes and a daily score list.
  • The VIP Hospitality Marquee offered the best seats in the house, allowing you to wine and dine with your guests at the Mad Hatters Tea Party; VIP ticket holders were able to mingle among Olympic medallists, play croquet and, with ringside seats, view the Olympic action throughout the competition.

 

Accommodation in Adelaide

If you are seeking extra special accommodations, why not look at Adelaide holiday rentals available. Holiday rentals are privately owned and take on the warm and inviting atmosphere a home can only provide. Holiday rentals can also be located in prime locations that would get you closer to the action to shorten travel time.

 

Four Unique Attractions in Adelaide

When staying in Adelaide be sure you visit these attractions:

 

1.      Adelaide Zoo is a great day out for all ages to watch all types of animals relax and play in their natural surroundings.

2.      Catch a ferry ride from Adelaide to the third largest island in Australia and hop onto Kangaroo Island to relax your mind and body as you lie on the white sandy beaches looking out to the endless scenery.

3.      Look out for dolphins at Port Adelaide and enjoy the crystal clear beaches and nature.

4.      Visit Hahndorf, the oldest German settlement in Australia. Taste German cuisines and local produce. Enjoy a guided tour of The Cedars, a former home and studio of artist Sir Hans Heysen. Ravel in the Hahndorf Academy which boasts four galleries, migration museum, art galleries and more. Or take the kids strawberry picking at Hahndorf Farm Barn.

 

There is so much to see and do in Adelaide, three days will not be enough when planning to attend the Australian International Three Day Event.

 

Note: All dates & information in the above article were correct as of September 4th 2013.

Photo courtesy of Dainis Matisons

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