Twenty two year old, Laura Sloey jumped clear and four riding her Copabella Cashmir in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
Katie Laurie rode Carissa McCall's, Esteban MVNZ to produce a nice clear round in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
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Queensland rider Erin Buswell rode her imported Quero Quero to third place in the tough Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
Aaron Hadlow rode Matina Butcher's, imported stallion Twins Easton to eighth place in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
NSW rider Melissa Blair and her wonderful imported Zidora, fly over a fence in the jump off Colin Kelly Memorial Group B, on their way to seventh place.
Emma Smith rode the quirky Yandoo Minneapolis for four faults in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest. Yandoo Minneapolis does not like jumping in the practice arena, so Emma does the very brave thing of just heading straight into the competition arena to jump her first fence.
Paul Brent riding Neil Clinton's, Cavalli Park Aliyan posted a double clear for fifth place in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
Ally Lamb riding Denison Park Discovery jumped two nice clear rounds for sixth place in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
Angela Dobbin rode John Wright's imported Yarra Valley Jelly Bean to second place in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
Tom McDermont rode Kerry Langbecker's, Alpha Activity to produce two very good rounds, to win the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
Like a number of riders in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest, Madeline Sinderberry had one time fault riding Oaks Kosmo. In a months time Madeline will be heading to Buenos Aires, to represent Australia in the showjumping of the Youth Olympics.
Stuart Jenkins jumped two good clear rounds aboard Blackall Park Penny Lane for fourth place, in the Colin Kelly Memorial Group B contest.
The very quick Tom McDermott and his imported Elegance De La Charmille did try and catch Clint Beresford fast time in the jump off of the John Kelly Memorial Group One. However, he could not quite manage it and had to settle for second place.
Ally Lamb rode her Denison Park Combat into seventh place in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
After winning the recent Adelaide Royal World Cup, Clint Beresford and Emmaville Jitterbug stayed in the winning form by taking out today's John Kelly Memorial Group One.
South Australian Mark Lindh rode his imported Six Pack to eight place in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
Andrew Lamb jumped a double clear round riding his, CP Argento for fourth place in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
Brook Dobbin rode Wendy Keddell's imported Carrado MVNZ to jump a clear first round in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
Merrick Ubank from Queensland rode his well performed Alantinus to fifth place in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
Kristie Ansell from Queensland rode Balou for four faults in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
Steven Hill rode his well performed Yalambi's Bellini Star to jump a double clear for third place in the John Kelly Memorial Group One.
Jess Stones jumped a clear and then 4 aboard her Diamond B Vermont for sixth place, in the John W Kelly Memorial jumping contest for Group A horses.
Brooke Langbecker from Queensland rode her newly imported stallion, Black Jack to post two clear rounds for sixth place in the Group C event.
New Zealand rider, Samantha Morrison rode her own Corfu in the Group C class.
East Gippsland dairy farmer, David Bolton jumped a clear first round riding Silverlyn Archie in the Group C event.
If front of the famous Royal Melbourne Show "Pie in the Sky", Tori Stuckey jumps a nice fence on her way to a clear first round abroad Belcam HB in the Group C.
With eleven horses in the jump off of the Group C event and excellent footing, the riders just seemed to go faster and faster. However, the quickest of them all was Katie Lawrie riding her own, Dandelion.
Nicole Bruggermann from SA rode Regina Buchanan's, Diamond B Centurian very quickly around the jump off course of the Group C event, for second place.
James Harvey from the Yarra Valley, rode his Patangas Hiccup to post two good clear rounds for third place in the Group C event.
The 2018 Royal Melbourne Show started on a perfect spring day with the main arena given solely to showjumping for the next four days. Brook Dobbin riding Wendy Kendell's, Leopoldo MVNZ jumped a double clear round in the Group C event to take fourth place.