New Zealand was the top nation at the 2019 Jumping Group G Olympic Qualification Event. In terms of Olympic qualification, the two highest eligible teams qualified their nation to the team event. Group G consist of nations from South and East Asia and Oceania. The Jumping Group G Olympic Qualification Event was held in Valkenswaard, Netherlands on August 13th 2019.
In total six nations participated. The first round saw New Zealand as the top nation where they incurred 13 penalty points. This was twelve fewer than China and seventeen fewer than Hong Kong. Due to an elimination of one of their riders South Korea was no longer eligible to compete.
New Zealand was again the best nation in the second round where they performed much better, incurring only 4 penalty points. This allowed them to win the event with 17 total penalty points. The second Olympic quota was won by China who finished with 47 total penalty points while Hong Kong finished third (58 penalty points).
Athletes which are selected to the team event will also be eligible to compete in the individual event. Additionally, all athletes must achieve the minimum eligibility requirements in order to be allowed to compete. Other nations from these groups will have one more opportunity to qualify a team at the Jumping Nations Cup Final to be held in October. Individual athletes will also be able to qualify through the Olympic rankings.