2019 Adelaide Royal Show

Co Show announcer, Tad McClean gets down amongst the action for the Hunt events on the second last day of the 2019 Royal Adelaide Show.
Co Show announcer, Tad McClean gets down amongst the action for the Hunt events on the second last day of the 2019 Royal Adelaide Show.
Some stables have already been removed. Apparently portable stables will be used for the Show next year.
Some stables have already been removed. Apparently portable stables will be used for the Show next year.
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Ghost town to no town. Take one last look, as all the stables other than the brick stables will be removed at the completion of this years show.
Ghost town to no town. Take one last look, as all the stables other than the brick stables will be removed at the completion of this years show.
Fleurieu Hunt Club Team 2 is pictured making a well timed jump over this panel in front of the main grandstand.
Fleurieu Hunt Club Team 2 is pictured making a well timed jump over this panel in front of the main grandstand.
The Murray Bridge Hunt Club team demonstrate good timing during their Section 4s round. All the teams will have another run tomorrow before the placings will be finalised.
The Murray Bridge Hunt Club team demonstrate good timing during their Section 4s round. All the teams will have another run tomorrow before the placings will be finalised.
Catherine Leitch representing the Strathalbyn Hunt Club is pictured aboard, 'Davien Park Charlemagne' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Catherine Leitch representing the Strathalbyn Hunt Club is pictured aboard, 'Davien Park Charlemagne' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing the Fleurieu Hunt Club, Cathryn Banner rode, 'Donna Duchessa' to win the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing the Fleurieu Hunt Club, Cathryn Banner rode, 'Donna Duchessa' to win the class for Lady's Hunter.
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Pat Shaw and, 'Charlie' representing the Fleurieu Hunt Club are pictured making a good jump during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Pat Shaw and, 'Charlie' representing the Fleurieu Hunt Club are pictured making a good jump during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing the Fleurieu Hunt Club, Mary Crosby is pictured riding, 'Boy O Boy' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing the Fleurieu Hunt Club, Mary Crosby is pictured riding, 'Boy O Boy' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Mollie Knowles is pictured aboard, 'Wells Street' during the class for Lady's Hunter. The Hunter and Section 4' were the only competitions on the beautiful Adelaide arena on the last Saturday morning of the show. All the hacks and showjumpers had long gone.
Mollie Knowles is pictured aboard, 'Wells Street' during the class for Lady's Hunter. The Hunter and Section 4' were the only competitions on the beautiful Adelaide arena on the last Saturday morning of the show. All the hacks and showjumpers had long gone.
Representing Ebondale Park, Holly Harper is pictured aboard, 'My Way' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing Ebondale Park, Holly Harper is pictured aboard, 'My Way' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Emily Hill representing Ebondale Park is pictured aboard, 'Gun Dolphin' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Emily Hill representing Ebondale Park is pictured aboard, 'Gun Dolphin' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing Ebondale Park, Shelley Henderson is pictured riding, 'Clown Prince' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing Ebondale Park, Shelley Henderson is pictured riding, 'Clown Prince' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing the Salisbury Hunt Club, Karen Tanner is pictured riding, 'Bailee' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Representing the Salisbury Hunt Club, Karen Tanner is pictured riding, 'Bailee' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Amelia Wallace is pictured riding, 'Emmooki Street' in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Amelia Wallace is pictured riding, 'Emmooki Street' in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Shenae Williams and 'God's Way' took fifth place in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Shenae Williams and 'God's Way' took fifth place in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Vivien Fuller is pictured aboard her eye catching stallion, 'Davien Solei Rex' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Vivien Fuller is pictured aboard her eye catching stallion, 'Davien Solei Rex' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Fifteen year old, Gemma Stapleton is pictured aboard, 'Mt Tawonga Kestrel' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Fifteen year old, Gemma Stapleton is pictured aboard, 'Mt Tawonga Kestrel' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Tiffany and 'Woodford Esperanza' are pictured during the well attended class for Lady's Hunter.
Tiffany and 'Woodford Esperanza' are pictured during the well attended class for Lady's Hunter.
Tara Fuller is pictured aboard her Irish Sport Horse, 'Kalimna Bailey' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Tara Fuller is pictured aboard her Irish Sport Horse, 'Kalimna Bailey' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Brittany Edward's ex pacer, 'Dizzy' jumped well during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Brittany Edward's ex pacer, 'Dizzy' jumped well during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Christina Gear rode 'Elvis' to take second place in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Christina Gear rode 'Elvis' to take second place in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Jess Searle rode 'Charlie' to take third place in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Jess Searle rode 'Charlie' to take third place in the class for Lady's Hunter.
Shauna Anderson is pictured aboard, 'Archers Target' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Shauna Anderson is pictured aboard, 'Archers Target' during the class for Lady's Hunter.
Jumps jockey, Todd Balfour rode the typey thoroughbred, 'O'Fennessy' to take second place in the class for gentleman's Hunter.
Jumps jockey, Todd Balfour rode the typey thoroughbred, 'O'Fennessy' to take second place in the class for gentleman's Hunter.
Clinton Alcock rode , 'Ike' to fourth place in the class for Gentleman;s Hunter on the seond last day of the 2019 Adelaide Royal Show.
Clinton Alcock rode , 'Ike' to fourth place in the class for Gentleman;s Hunter on the seond last day of the 2019 Adelaide Royal Show.
Stuart Bartlett rode 'Time For Dan' to take third place in the class for Gentleman's Hunter.
Stuart Bartlett rode 'Time For Dan' to take third place in the class for Gentleman's Hunter.
Strathalbyn Hunt Club MFH, Mark Bruggemann rode 'Bronte' to win the class for Gentleman's Hunter.
Strathalbyn Hunt Club MFH, Mark Bruggemann rode 'Bronte' to win the class for Gentleman's Hunter.
Everything old is new again. Years ago, this type of competition represented the jumping at the shows. Adelaide reintroduced this competition a few years ago. Josh Slape took fifth place in the gentleman's Hunter class riding, 'Diamond J Banjo'.
Everything old is new again. Years ago, this type of competition represented the jumping at the shows. Adelaide reintroduced this competition a few years ago. Josh Slape took fifth place in the gentleman's Hunter class riding, 'Diamond J Banjo'.
Benn Patch representing the Strathalbyn Hunt Club is pictured aboard, 'Davien Park Charlemagne' is pictured over a panel during the Gentleman's Hunter class.
Benn Patch representing the Strathalbyn Hunt Club is pictured aboard, 'Davien Park Charlemagne' is pictured over a panel during the Gentleman's Hunter class.
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