Equestrian League in Bangalore from Sunday

Bangalore, July 26 : The Embassy International Riding School (EIRS), the largest private equine academy in India, will conduct the Equestrian Premier League at their premises here from Sunday with country's top riders participating.

The fourth edition of EPL promises competition of high standards from participants of the leading riding schools across the country.

Prominent riders like Nadia Haridass, Yashaan Khambatta, Zarosh Bharucha, Hriday Cheddha and Isaack Koshy from EIRS will also be showcasing their mettle at this prestigious event.

Categorised in three divisions - Children, Junior and Adult, the EPL will be spread over five months with competitions held every month.

The riders will be accumulating points in each sessions and the rider with the highest points at the end of the series will be declared the EPL champion.

The tournament comprises of major events such as the Dressage and Show Jumping and also feature events like the six bar and successive relay.

Private owners of horses are allowed to take part in this year's EPL.

--IANS (Posted on 26-07-2013)

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