Email ABC Goulburn Murray By Erin Somerville Posted April 14, 2019 09:54:28 Photo: Mark and Juliana Waugh have been advocating for safety improvements since their daughter, Sarah, was killed by falling off a horse. (ABC Goulburn Murray: Erin Sommerville) Related Story: New code of practice aims to improve horse-riding safety Related Story: Rugby ‘safer than horse riding’, doctor urges parents not to give up on sport Related Story: Horse riding instructors warn authorities to adopt better safety standards Map: Australia It has been 10 years since Sarah Waugh was killed in what her parents have described as a preventable tragedy. Key points:Following the death of Juliana Waugh’s daughter Sarah 10 years ago, she has been pushing for a national horse register and greater equestrian safety measuresIn May, coronial inquests will be held into the deaths of two teenage equestrian riders Caitlyn Fischer and Olivia Inglis who died months apart in 2016, in separate Equestrian Australia eventsFamilies are calling on the Australian Sports Commission and the Federal Minister for Sport for tougher regulation of Equestrian Australia, the sport’s governing body She was 18 when she was thrown from a race horse hired by Dubbo TAFE for a beginners’ jillaroo course.For Sarah’s… Read full this story
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