Talented NSW rider, Annabel Armstrong added nothing further to her dressage score riding her Conquistador gelding, 'Pumpernickel' to move from 26th to sixth place after the final jumping phase of the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Hazel Shannon is pictured with L-R, David Lindh, Terry Snow and Ginette Snow. David presented the David Lindh trophy to the owners of the winning CCI5* horse. Willinga Park Clifford ran away with all the prizes including the Racing SA Off The Track award.
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Hazel Shannon and 'Willinga Park Clifford' created Adelaide eventing history today. They won this competition in 2016, 2018 and this year again claimed the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L. There are only a handful of occasions in the world of eventing where the one rider has ridden the same horse to win the same CCI5* competition three times and Hazel and Clifford are in elite company.
After a brilliant cross country run yesterday, Amanda Pottinger and, 'Just Kidding' from New Zealand, the tough showjumping phase saw them slip from second to fourth place overall in the the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L.
Diane Gilder representing New Zealand took sixth place in the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L riding her Thoroughbred gelding, 'Your Attorney' by Legal Opinion.
WA rider, Lauren Browne held on to her dressage third place riding her talented Thoroughbred, 'Sky's Da Limit' by Hurricane Sky, to finish on the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L podium.
Stuart Tinney put in a characteristically classy performance riding his eight year old, 'Leporis' and added just four junping penalties to take second place in the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L.
Emily Gray from WA took eighth place in the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L riding her Jubilee Bay gelding, 'Jocular Vision'
With a good run across country and a good showjumping phase, Hamish Cargill moved from 12th to fifth place in the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L riding his Le Premiur gelding, 'Legolas KPH'.
Madeline Wilson is pictured aboard her Fisherman's Friend gelding, 'I'm Bruce' on their way to seventh place in the Mitsubishi CCI5*-L.
There was a lot of interest in Billy riding the Willis family's, 'Anssioso Z' that earned fifth place today in the Atco World Cup Qualifier jumping eight and clear.
Russell Johnstone rode the McCann family's wonderful Dutch import, 'Daprice' to post the only double clear in the Atco World Cup Qualifier. They clearly like South Australia.
South Australian, Mark Lindh, jumped eight and four around the tough John Vallance track riding his talented, 'Six Pack' to take eighth place in the Atco World Cup Qualifier CSI 1*-W.
South Australian, Adam Metcalfe rode, 'MEC Aston' (by Anton) to post nine and an impressive second round clear to take sixth place in the Atco World Cup Qualifier.
Jamie Kermond took seventh place today in the Atco World Cup class riding, 'Yandoo Oaks Constellation'.
Katie Laurie took fourth place in the World Cup class riding the spectacular stallion. 'Casebrook Lomond' (pictured). Katie was also third riding, Cera Caruso.
Chelsea McInnes from WA is pictured aboard her Vivant mare, 'Diamond B Vigo' on their way to tenth place in the Atco World Cup Qualifier.
Jasmine Dennison and her wonderful, 'Nicolossi' are pictured giving their all over a 1.60m vertical during the Atco World Cup Qualifier.
South Australian rider, Briony Temby is pictures aboard Jeff Evans' imported and talented mare, 'Fieldbrook Corinia' during the Atco World Cup Qualifier.
Billy Raymont opted to ride the consistent and talented 'Anton' in the Atco World Cup Qualifier at the Mitsubishi Australian International Event and it paid off. They just lowered one fence in the first round to claim second place.
Stuart Tinney was delighted to receive the 2019 Anna Savage Memorial Trophy from L-R Anna Savage Foundation Director, Jill Leach and Anna's former partner, Scott Donner. This was Stuart's fifth award.
Andrew Cooper added nothing to his dressage score riding Beth Collins', 'Riverbreeze' by Riverside to post an impressive win in the RM Williams CCI4*-S.
Jessica Rae from NSW posted a clear round riding her Regardez Moi gelding, 'Rascal' to take second place in the RM Williams CCI4*-S.
Matthew Gaske from Queensland dropped one place with a rail in the final phase to take third place in the RM Williams CCI4*-S riding his Royal Hit gelding, 'Thymes Too'.
New Zealand rider, Madison Crowe lowered one rail riding her talented New Zealand bred, 'Waitangi Pinterest' to take fourth place in the RM Williams CCI4*-S.
Sophia Landy from Victoria added just four jumping penalties riding her Thoroughbred, 'Humble Glory' by Bernardini to take fifth place in the RM Williams CCI4*-S and also claim the Racing SA Off The Track award.
Shane Rose jumped a beautiful clear round riding Angela Shacklady's imported seven year old Casall mare, 'Easy Turn' to take sixth place in the RM Williams CCI4*-S.
Annabel Armstrong just added one rail to her score to take eighth place in the RM Williams CCI4*-S riding her Quest For Fame Thoroughbred mare, 'Quaprice'.
Gemma Tinney produced a super jumping round under pressure riding Karen Tinney and Tim Game's imported Diarado gelding, 'Diabolo' to finish on their dressage score, 29.60 to win the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Teegan Ashby from Victoria rode her New Zealand bred, 'Waitangi Password' to add nothing further to their dressage score and take second place in the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Sam Jeffree from Victoria took out the Young Rider award and third place in the Horseland CCI3*-L adding just one jumping rail to his dressage score riding, 'Woodmount Lolita' by Alessandro.
Steph Hann from South Australia rode her Thoroughbred gelding, 'True Celebre' to take ninth place in the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Madison Simpson from Queensland took tenth place in the Horseland CCI3*-L riding her Fairbanks Caratgo gelding, 'Fairbanks Casino'.
Courtney Slattery from NSW lowered just one rail in this final phase riding her Regardez Moi gelding, 'Rocky Road' to take fourth place in the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Madeline Wilson lowered just one rail riding her Yalambi's Carpino Z mare, 'Annie Jane' to take fifth place in the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Simon Tainsh from Victoria added just four jumping penalties riding his Lauries As gelding, 'Remi Lord of the Realm' to take eighth place in the Horseland CCI3*-L.
Victorian professional rider, Andrew Cooper added nothing to their score after the dressage phase riding Viv Higgins' Thoroughbred, 'Omega Star' to move from 30th to seventh place in the Horseland CCI3*-L.
International Equestrian YouTuber star, This Esme was a popular visitor to the 3DE, seen here with Megan Jones.
Perfect weather for the four days and excellent competition brought out record attendances for the 2019 Mitsubushi Intentional Australian 3DE.