From Victoria, Sammi Browell and Wellbrook Top Deck compete in the Secondary 80cm Combined Training at the 2018 Interschool National Championships.
Victorian rider, Rosemary Heagney spent her afternoon completing the jumping phase of the Primary 45cm Combined Training on the second day of the Marcus Oldham Interschool National Championships.
After sailing across Bass Straight Ava Walker and Shanameer Top Note competed in the Primary 45cm Combined Training at the National Equestrain Centre in Weribee.
Representing Queensland and making her Nationals debut was Emma Massey and Braeview Bundy in the Secondary 60cm Combined Training.
First out to complete the dressage phase of the Secondary 60cm Combined Training was Bella Corner and her horse Image Fun n Games representing South Australia.
Competing in their home state was Grace Baines and Charmosa Jet in the Primary Working Hunter on day one of competition.
Looking the part and representing Victoria was Erin Bowers and her cute pony Picturesque Prince in the Primary Show Horse.
Competing in the Secondary 80cm Combined Training with her super pony was Ashley Cutler and Le Flirteur Tradition riding for New South Wales.
The hosting state, team Victoria take the time to gather around and get a group photo before the start of the full on week at the 2018 Marus Oldham Interschool National Championships.
After travelling all the way down from Queensland Bridget Hegerty and Fairbanks Ipod competed in the Show Hunter Secondary Class.
Katie Hancock and her mare Any Thyme enjoying some sun before the 2018 Marcus Oldham Interschool National Championships begin.
Abby Grayson and her fellow team mates from Queensland absorbing sunrays and warmth prior to competing at the wonderful horse facilities at Werribee.
Georgia Tapp and Jelly Bean Von Sweet complete both phases of the Secondary 95cm Combined Training.
Kayla Smit and Mount Anakie Crescendo represent Western Australia in the Secondary 105cm Combined Training over the first two days of the 2018 Interschool National Championships.
Representing New South Wales in the Secondary Show Horse was Cienna Knowles and her horse Nevertire Just Dane.
When your mane and tail are this good show them off; Phoebe Blanc and her Shetland Pony Kristamoor Lodge Kieran competed in the Primary Show Horse Led Interschool Nationals held at Weribee.
Kaida MacDonald trots out Rathowen Soho in the led phase of the Primary Show Horse on day one of the 2018 Interschool National Championships.
After completing their Led Phase in the Show Horse Primary Charlee Morton-Sharp looks very happy with Secret Valley Rockstar.
Keeping busy after competing in the eventing, Bella Anthony finds time to also compete Pure Chance in the Secondary 95cm Combined Training at the 2018 Marcus Oldham Interschool Nationals riidng for Queensland.
With their amazing fashion choices and great enthusiasm team Western Australia knew how to make an entrance at the opening ceremony.
Walking in to the 2018 Marcus Oldham Interschool Nationals opening ceremony with great pride was team Tasmania.
Team New South Wales made a loud and proud entrance into the opening ceremony at the 2018 Marcus Oldham Australian Interschool Championships.
After hosting last years Marcus Oldham Interschool Nationals Championship team Queensland make the trip down the Werribee, Victoria to compete at the 2018 Championships.
The small but mighty team from the Northern Territory made up of Amy Fisher and Dominic Robertson are ready to represent their Territory at the 2018 Interschool Nationals held at Werribee, Victoria.
Team spirit is strong for South Australia with some of their young team members getting excited for the week of competition.
Getting ready to put their best foot forward for the big week of competition was Paige Gready and her horse CSU Lyrebird.
At their first Interschool Nationals, Holly Burges and her pony Beddgelert Castaway are ecstatic to be representing team New South Wales.
Tasmanian rider, Jasmyne Ringrose thanks her pony, Ravensdale Romeo after a great dressage test in the Combined Training Secondary 80cm.
Anna Jarvis praises her horse RC Finley after their dressage test in the EVA 80cm.
Striding out in the Secondary Show Hunter all the way from Queensland was Rose-Air Diplomat with aboard Lexie Armstrong.