Freighting Of Equestrian Horses And Equipment To Australia For The 2000 Olympic Games

The following information gives an outline of the important quarantine aspects of the importation of horses and associated goods for use in the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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The following information gives an outline of the important quarantine aspects of the importation of horses and associated goods for use in the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games.


Conditions for freight and the importation of horses


The route and stopovers for horses being airfreighted to Australia must meet Australian quarantine requirements. The Sydney Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (SOCOG) will be providing horse transport flights to and from Sydney from several points around the world in the year 2000 and details will be made available shortly.


Horses may enter and depart at other times but the National Olympic Committees will be individually responsible for their own transport and quarantine arrangements and any associated costs

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