The Caribbean Equestrian Association (CEA)
This page hosts all publicly-available documents for the Caribbean Equestrian Association, an organization of which the CIEF is a member.
The Caribbean Equestrian Association (CEA) currently has six member nations from the English-speaking Caribbean, consisting of: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tabago. The CEA hosts two primary competitions: the CEA Caribbean Dressage Challenge and the CEA Regional Jumping Challenge. The CEA’s original event, the Junior Show Jumping Competition was suspended in 2016 due to logistical issues, but may be reinstated when conditions warrant.
The CEA Caribbean Dressage Challenge is both an individual and team competition among member nations that typically takes place in the Spring of each year. The judge, who is selected by the CEA, travels from country to country so the competitors and their horses do not have to.
The CEA Regional Jumping Challenge (RJC) is both an individual and team competition among member nations. Each country may schedule their leg of the RJC at any time during the calendar year. The CEA selects a course and each member country builds it to the exact specifications prescribed by the CEA. Each athlete competes in their home country. The competition itself consists of 5 heights: 0.7m, 0.85m, 1.0m and 1.15m and is open to both horses and ponies and riders of all ages. Each horse and rider combination chooses one height at which to compete and rides the course twice. Their score is the total faults achieved over both rounds with the time taken in the second round breaking any ties.
CEA Competition Results:
Click here for the results of past CEA competitions