Izabella McIntyre , another rider to have a successful show, took second place in the class for Rider 16-18years.
At the end of a successful show, Ebonie Lee won the class for Rider 16-18 Years and went on to be declared Champion Rider 15-18 years.
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At the end of a long day, Daizi Plumb won the class for Intermediate Rider 15 Years and went on to be declared Reserve Champion Rider 15-18 Years.
Successful showing rider and trainer, Adam Oliver won the class for Gentleman Rider Over 30 and went on to be declared 2018 Royal Melbourne Show Champion Gentleman Rider.
Riley Shannon-Winzer took second place in the class for Gentleman Rider 18-30 Years.
Ty Zoontjens won the class for Gentleman Rider 18-30 Years and went on to be declared Reserve Champion Gentleman Rider.
Matthew Hall took third place in the class for Gentleman Rider 30 Years and Over.
James Hazelwood took second place in the class for Gentleman Rider 30 Years and Over.
Madelon McDonald had a great turnout day. She rode, 'Havenleigh Park Furst Knight' to be declared Best First Year competitor in the Garryowen and take third place overall and she went on to win the Lithgow Turnout class.
Michelle Paynter rode her, 'DP Amazing' to win the Esquire Equestrienne Turnout for Ladies Over 18 Years. The difference between the Esquire and the Garryowen is that in the Esquire, the competitors must own their own horse, or it must be the property of their immediate family.
Elia Lom rode her, 'Shintilla' to take sixth place in the Esquire Equestrienne Turnout after riding in the Garryowen earlier in the day.
Elegance and great riding won the day and Garryowen winner, Rebecca Farrow is pictured aboard her 'Stage Presence' during their victory lap of honour.
Fiona McIntyre a regular supporter of the Garryowen and all things equestrienne is pictured aboard the successful racehorse, now show horse, 'Precedence' during their Garryowen workout today.
Jemima Draper rode, 'Da Vinci Code' to fourth place in the Garryowen and backed that up with third place in the Esquire Equestrienne Turnout class.
Lisa McCann is pictured aboard her, 'Bogart' during the garryowen workout this morning'.
Stephanie O'Connor is pictured aboard her successful Show Hunter, 'D'Artagnan' during their Garryowen workout this morning.
Twenty-one year old student, Georgia Kellock rode her, 'Belcam Coralline' to fourth place in the John Lithgow Equestrienne Turnout class. Later in the day Georgia was declared Champion lady Rider.
Just thrilled to be part of history. Fifty-seven year old, Mary -Lou Goodman very much enjoyed her first Garryowen Equestrienne Turnout class and the crowd appreciated Mary-Lou's participation.
Kelsey Bennett is pictured aboard her, 'Undermine' during the Garryowen Equestrian turnout.
Garryowen first timer, Courtney Bird is pictured aboard her lovely, 'Marquise' during their work out today.
Heidi Pickstock is pictured aboard 'DP Gisele' during the Garryowen this morning.
Ashlyn Sorraghan has had a lot of history with the Royal Melbourne Show and is pictured aboard her, 'Certainty' during the 2018 Royal Melbourne Show Garryowen Equestrienne Turnout class.
Sydney barrister, Melissa Gillies is keen to be part of Australian equestrian history and is pictured aboard her, Beyond Reasonable Doubt' during the Garryowen Equestrienne Turnout class.
Rebecca Farrow has been in the Garryowen Turnout class 15 times and last won in 2002. She has been placed many times and today produced the outstanding workout riding her 'Stage Presence' to claim the famous and prestigious Turnout class for the second time.
Rebecca Maddocks is pictured aboard, 'Flight Lord' during their Garryowen workout this morning.
Jemma Heran from Queensland rode Rebecca Crane's Melbourne Royal Champion Show Hunter, 'Federer' to take fifth place in the Garryowen.
Penny Greenhill rode her sister, Tiffany's, 'Tiffin's Encore' to take fifth place in the Esquire Equestrienne Turnout.
Scool teacher, Laura Pankhurt rode, 'Centre Stage' to fifth place in the Lithgow Equestrienne Turnout class for Ladies 18-26 years.
Rebecca Carrolan was amongst the first group in the Garryowen class this morning riding her impressive Octagonal gelding, 'Optimal'.
Police officer, Rebecca Phillips rode , 'Fire To The Rain' in the Garryowen. Later in the day this combination took second place in the Esquire Turnout.
Certified Off The Trck retrainer, Katie Ramsay is pictured aboard her, 'Inafrenzy' during the judging of the 2018 Garryowen Equestrienne Turnout class.
Ali Berwick teamed up beautifully with Michelle Labahn's Reserve Champion Hack and Pope Cup winner, 'Rolex II'. The 2012 winner took second place this year.
Architect, India Mitchell was first out in the 84th Garryowen Equestrienne Turnout class today riding her, 'Royalwood Centre Stage'.