2018 Royal Adelaide Show

Bettina Stanton rode her lovely mare, 'Vienna Night Devine' to take sixth place in the strong class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh.
Bettina Stanton rode her lovely mare, 'Vienna Night Devine' to take sixth place in the strong class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh.
Jess Stalling had a very busy day riding hacks. Inbetween hack rides Jess posted two eight fault rounds abound Diamond B Vermont, in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Jess Stalling had a very busy day riding hacks. Inbetween hack rides Jess posted two eight fault rounds abound Diamond B Vermont, in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
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Christine Frost is pictured aboard her, 'Ink'. that was second in the class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh and third in the Lady's Hack class. If that was not enough, Christine and Ink went on to claim the Racing SA Hack Premier Award for Horses Showing Outstanding Thoroughbred Qualities.
Christine Frost is pictured aboard her, 'Ink'. that was second in the class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh and third in the Lady's Hack class. If that was not enough, Christine and Ink went on to claim the Racing SA Hack Premier Award for Horses Showing Outstanding Thoroughbred Qualities.
Local rider Matt Afford rode Kaluna Salute to post a clear first round in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round. Last to go in the jump off, Matt tried to jump faster than Clint but four faults dropped them into second place.
Local rider Matt Afford rode Kaluna Salute to post a clear first round in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round. Last to go in the jump off, Matt tried to jump faster than Clint but four faults dropped them into second place.
James Harvey from the Yarry Valley in Victoria rode Des Russell's, Tyrone VDL to jump four and four faults for sixth place in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
James Harvey from the Yarry Valley in Victoria rode Des Russell's, Tyrone VDL to jump four and four faults for sixth place in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Katie Clarke from the Western District in Victoria, was thrilled to jump two four fault rounds aboard Oaks Gunn for eighth place in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Katie Clarke from the Western District in Victoria, was thrilled to jump two four fault rounds aboard Oaks Gunn for eighth place in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Kate Hinschen rode Finch Farm Cadel for eight and four faults in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Kate Hinschen rode Finch Farm Cadel for eight and four faults in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
It's a big step up for Ava Halloran, but she is making a success of her partnership with , 'Equest Liberate' and they are pictured on their way to second place in the class for Open Show Hunter Over 16.2hh.
It's a big step up for Ava Halloran, but she is making a success of her partnership with , 'Equest Liberate' and they are pictured on their way to second place in the class for Open Show Hunter Over 16.2hh.
Rachael Wessel rode her super Rotspon mare, 'Bella Rossa' to win the class for Open Show Hunter Over 16.2hh.
Rachael Wessel rode her super Rotspon mare, 'Bella Rossa' to win the class for Open Show Hunter Over 16.2hh.
Hugh Buchanan rode Regina Buchanan's, Diamond B Carla for eight and four faults in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Hugh Buchanan rode Regina Buchanan's, Diamond B Carla for eight and four faults in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Brook Dobbin from the Yarra Valley in Victoria rode Wendy Keddell's impressive, Carrado MVNZ to post a clear first round and four faults in the second round placed them fifth overall in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Brook Dobbin from the Yarra Valley in Victoria rode Wendy Keddell's impressive, Carrado MVNZ to post a clear first round and four faults in the second round placed them fifth overall in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Young rider Jasmine Dennison from Victoria looked impressive riding Nicolossi in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round. Twelve faults was a good effort.
Young rider Jasmine Dennison from Victoria looked impressive riding Nicolossi in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round. Twelve faults was a good effort.
Hayden James rode James Continue to post five and four faults for seventh place in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Hayden James rode James Continue to post five and four faults for seventh place in the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Nelson Smyth from Queensland was pleased to complete his first World Cup class riding Laurel Glen Lucky Time with just eight faults.
Nelson Smyth from Queensland was pleased to complete his first World Cup class riding Laurel Glen Lucky Time with just eight faults.
Kristy Bruhn from Mount Gambier rode Jack to post one of only three clears in the first round of the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round. Four faults in the second round placed them third overall.
Kristy Bruhn from Mount Gambier rode Jack to post one of only three clears in the first round of the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round. Four faults in the second round placed them third overall.
Clint Beresford from Bega in NSW rode Emmaville Jitterbug to jump four and clear to win the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Clint Beresford from Bega in NSW rode Emmaville Jitterbug to jump four and clear to win the Princess Royal Station World Cup Qualifying Round.
Daizi Plumb stepped aboard her father's, 'DP Kingdom' and took second place in the class for Open Show Hunter 16-16.2hh.
Daizi Plumb stepped aboard her father's, 'DP Kingdom' and took second place in the class for Open Show Hunter 16-16.2hh.
Charlie Hunt rode Julie Payne's, 'Roxleigh Frederica' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 16-16.2hh.
Charlie Hunt rode Julie Payne's, 'Roxleigh Frederica' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 16-16.2hh.
Greg Mickan rode Terry van Heythuysen and Edwina Cullen's outstanding 'Lordz' to win the class for Open Hack Over 16.2hh.
Greg Mickan rode Terry van Heythuysen and Edwina Cullen's outstanding 'Lordz' to win the class for Open Hack Over 16.2hh.
Michelle Paynter rode her super successful, 'DP Amazing' to take third place in the class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh.
Michelle Paynter rode her super successful, 'DP Amazing' to take third place in the class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh.
Francesca Christie "came, saw and conquered" with her beautiful, 'Eye of The Tiger' to win the strong class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh.
Francesca Christie "came, saw and conquered" with her beautiful, 'Eye of The Tiger' to win the strong class for Open Hack 16-16.2hh.
S Adams and K Strooper's nomination, 'Vasari' took third place in the class for Open Hack 15.2-16hh.
S Adams and K Strooper's nomination, 'Vasari' took third place in the class for Open Hack 15.2-16hh.
Heidi Pickstock rode Dale Plumb and R McDonald's nomination, 'DP Gisele' to win the strong class for Open Hack 15.2-16hh.
Heidi Pickstock rode Dale Plumb and R McDonald's nomination, 'DP Gisele' to win the strong class for Open Hack 15.2-16hh.
Georgia Grenwell, another visitor from Victoria rode her Rotspon gelding, 'Rotsdom' to sixth place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Georgia Grenwell, another visitor from Victoria rode her Rotspon gelding, 'Rotsdom' to sixth place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Amelia Hooper's well performed, 'SLM Mastermind' took fourth place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Amelia Hooper's well performed, 'SLM Mastermind' took fourth place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Fiona McIntyre from Victoria claimed second place in the Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh with her gleaming, 'Genre'.
Fiona McIntyre from Victoria claimed second place in the Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh with her gleaming, 'Genre'.
Jaimee-Lea Bruggemann rode her, 'Ballymont Laffranchi' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Jaimee-Lea Bruggemann rode her, 'Ballymont Laffranchi' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Caitlin Fricker rode her own and sister, Victoria's delightful, 'Manorvale After Five'to take fourth place in the strong class for Open hack 15-15.2hh.
Caitlin Fricker rode her own and sister, Victoria's delightful, 'Manorvale After Five'to take fourth place in the strong class for Open hack 15-15.2hh.
Phoebe Kuros rode India Mitchell's nomination, 'Royalwood Centre Stage' to take sixth place in the class for Open Hack 15-15.2hh.
Phoebe Kuros rode India Mitchell's nomination, 'Royalwood Centre Stage' to take sixth place in the class for Open Hack 15-15.2hh.
Margot Haynes rode the Haynes, Quayle and Murray nomination, 'Royal Highness' to win the class for Lady's Hack.
Margot Haynes rode the Haynes, Quayle and Murray nomination, 'Royal Highness' to win the class for Lady's Hack.
Ty Zoontjens rode Tonia Scaife's, 'DS Tulara Fursandro' to take second place in the class for Open Hack 15-15.2hh.
Ty Zoontjens rode Tonia Scaife's, 'DS Tulara Fursandro' to take second place in the class for Open Hack 15-15.2hh.
Ali Berwick rode her own and E Barkla's, 'Royal Oak Foreign Affairs' to win the class for Open Hack 15-15.2hh.
Ali Berwick rode her own and E Barkla's, 'Royal Oak Foreign Affairs' to win the class for Open Hack 15-15.2hh.
Lesley Burrows rode her, 'Dark Secrets' to take fourth place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Lesley Burrows rode her, 'Dark Secrets' to take fourth place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Jess Stones rode Asha Hendler's, 'EBL Richlist' to third place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Jess Stones rode Asha Hendler's, 'EBL Richlist' to third place in the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Successful South Australian rider, Andrea Merry rode her impressive, 'Quantador' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Successful South Australian rider, Andrea Merry rode her impressive, 'Quantador' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Taking time out from the jumping ring, all round horseman, Rhys Stones rode the Collins and Skyring nomination, 'Powerplay' to win the class for Gent's Show Hunter.
Taking time out from the jumping ring, all round horseman, Rhys Stones rode the Collins and Skyring nomination, 'Powerplay' to win the class for Gent's Show Hunter.



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