Isonè Swart took part in the endurance rides on Fauresmith during the June / July holidays as captain of the junior national team. She has also been selected for the junior national team that will participate in endurance rides in Walvis Bay, Namibia on August 26 this year.
Vryburg High School has been an active member of the South African National Riding School Association (SANESA) for the past 5 years. SANESA is a vibrant and dynamic organization, recognized by the South African Equestrian Association (SAEF) and SASCOC, and focused on promoting all forms of horse sport within the South African school community. Currently, they have 15 different competition disciplines. Each province in South Africa has SANESA representation and some provinces are also divided into regions. Each province / region holds up to 4 multi-discipline competitions in the first 7 months of the year and then the top 8 riders with the most accumulated points in each discipline go forward to represent their province at the annual SANESA National Championships during September / October. is not essential that anyone actually own their own horse or pony to participate in SANESA - many high school learners compete successfully on occasions on borrowed horses / ponies. SANESA strives to ensure it is a comprehensive organization and that anyone who wants to compete is in no way prejudiced. The most important thing a learner can bring to SANESA is a passion for horses and ponies and beyond just FUN!
2018- Sanesa Western Mounted Games Span
- Wian Botha
- Zene Botha
- Attie van der Nest
- LJ van der Nest
- Andrew Brink
As a member of ERASA, Isone Swart did very well in the 2018 Endurance Ride. Here she did very well and then earned her full-fledged Protea colors as a member of the team.