2019 Australian Showjumping Championships

Former international eventing rider, Sharon Ridgway from Victoria rode 'King Vassie' to take seventh place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Former international eventing rider, Sharon Ridgway from Victoria rode 'King Vassie' to take seventh place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Successful Young Rider, Jess Tripp from NSW jumped a double clear riding her Vivant mare, 'Diamond B Verona' to take seventh place in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Championships.
Successful Young Rider, Jess Tripp from NSW jumped a double clear riding her Vivant mare, 'Diamond B Verona' to take seventh place in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Championships.
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Former New Zealand international rider and now Australian citizen, Katie Laurie won the Catherine Quilty Memorial Leading Lady Rider award presented at the Australian Championships for a number of years. Pictured L-R, Phil Stephens, (Catherine's partner), Katie Laurie, Caroline Price, (Catherine's sister), Annette Quilty, (Catherine's mother) and in front, Elissa and Kaylee Stephens, (Catherine's daughters) and Olivia Price.
Former New Zealand international rider and now Australian citizen, Katie Laurie won the Catherine Quilty Memorial Leading Lady Rider award presented at the Australian Championships for a number of years. Pictured L-R, Phil Stephens, (Catherine's partner), Katie Laurie, Caroline Price, (Catherine's sister), Annette Quilty, (Catherine's mother) and in front, Elissa and Kaylee Stephens, (Catherine's daughters) and Olivia Price.
Charly Robinson-Smith rode away with the Pearl Series Final riding, 'Wyann Shadow'.
Charly Robinson-Smith rode away with the Pearl Series Final riding, 'Wyann Shadow'.
Chris Chugg is progressing according to plan with his imported eight year old 'PSS Levilensky' (Levisonn Holst/ out of a Cornet Obolensky mare) that took sixth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships. The horse already has his Olympic qualification and is eligible to be chosen.
Chris Chugg is progressing according to plan with his imported eight year old 'PSS Levilensky' (Levisonn Holst/ out of a Cornet Obolensky mare) that took sixth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships. The horse already has his Olympic qualification and is eligible to be chosen.
Billy Raymont rode the Willis family's, imported Andiamo Z gelding, 'Anssioso Z' to post four and four in the final 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships Grand Prix to take equal eighth place in the Championship with a three round total of 17 penalties.
Billy Raymont rode the Willis family's, imported Andiamo Z gelding, 'Anssioso Z' to post four and four in the final 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships Grand Prix to take equal eighth place in the Championship with a three round total of 17 penalties.
Melissa Blair's wonderful imported mare, 'Zidora', by Zirocco Blue out of a Burggraaf mare, jumped an impressive eight and clear to earn an Olympic MES and take equal eighth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships
Melissa Blair's wonderful imported mare, 'Zidora', by Zirocco Blue out of a Burggraaf mare, jumped an impressive eight and clear to earn an Olympic MES and take equal eighth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships
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Jamie Kermond qualified for the final at the top of the list, but the Winning family's WEG star, 'Yandoo Oaks Constellation' slipped from the top spot during the final round of the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships.
Jamie Kermond qualified for the final at the top of the list, but the Winning family's WEG star, 'Yandoo Oaks Constellation' slipped from the top spot during the final round of the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships.
With his eyes on the prize, Tom McDermott rode the McDermott family's, imported Clinton mare, 'Elegance de la Charmille' to claim the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships with a total of four penalties over the three competitions. This is the second Senior title for Tom as he claimed it in 2012 as a 19 year old.
With his eyes on the prize, Tom McDermott rode the McDermott family's, imported Clinton mare, 'Elegance de la Charmille' to claim the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships with a total of four penalties over the three competitions. This is the second Senior title for Tom as he claimed it in 2012 as a 19 year old.
Originally from the UK, Elliott Reeves earned an Olympic MES riding, 'Aveden Indigo' and took equal eighth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships
Originally from the UK, Elliott Reeves earned an Olympic MES riding, 'Aveden Indigo' and took equal eighth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships
Clay Simmonds from Bourke in NSW has had some overseas experience recently and was putting it to good use in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships. He is pictured aboard his, 'Oaks Costanza' by Vivant during round one.
Clay Simmonds from Bourke in NSW has had some overseas experience recently and was putting it to good use in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships. He is pictured aboard his, 'Oaks Costanza' by Vivant during round one.
Well know Victorian rider and 1996 Olympian, Russell Johnstone rode the McCann family's imported Dutch gelding, 'Daprice' to jump four and clear in the final Championship class to finish with eleven penalties and claim the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships equal Reserve Championship.
Well know Victorian rider and 1996 Olympian, Russell Johnstone rode the McCann family's imported Dutch gelding, 'Daprice' to jump four and clear in the final Championship class to finish with eleven penalties and claim the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships equal Reserve Championship.
Twenty six year old Olivia Hamood, in a beautiful position jumped four and clear riding, 'Jane Fonda Dvd'. They finished the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships with eleven penalties in total and claimed the equal Reserve Championship title.
Twenty six year old Olivia Hamood, in a beautiful position jumped four and clear riding, 'Jane Fonda Dvd'. They finished the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships with eleven penalties in total and claimed the equal Reserve Championship title.
Twenty two year old Brooke Langbecker rode her super, imported, Quidam de Revel stallion, 'Quintago 1' to earn and Olympic qualification in round one of the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships.
Twenty two year old Brooke Langbecker rode her super, imported, Quidam de Revel stallion, 'Quintago 1' to earn and Olympic qualification in round one of the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships.
Gabi Kuna is pictured aboard the impressive stallion, 'Cera Cassiago' making his characteristic beautiful jump during the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships.
Gabi Kuna is pictured aboard the impressive stallion, 'Cera Cassiago' making his characteristic beautiful jump during the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships.
Katie Laurie is pictured aboard the beautiful, stallion, 'Casebrook Lomond' by Lansing (by Landgraf) out of a Calido 1 mare on their way to fourth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships. They were the only combination of the 18 to start in the Final to post a first round clear. This final class of the Championships acted as a Tokyo Olympic qualifier and 12 of the starters posted a round with eight penalties or better, thereby earning and MES and are eligible for Olympic selection.
Katie Laurie is pictured aboard the beautiful, stallion, 'Casebrook Lomond' by Lansing (by Landgraf) out of a Calido 1 mare on their way to fourth place in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships. They were the only combination of the 18 to start in the Final to post a first round clear. This final class of the Championships acted as a Tokyo Olympic qualifier and 12 of the starters posted a round with eight penalties or better, thereby earning and MES and are eligible for Olympic selection.
Amanda Madigan stepped up in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships with Helen Chugg's Vivant mare, 'Diamond B Vivienne'. They were just one of four combinations to post a two round total of four in the final class of the Championships. This final class was not judged as a stand alone competition, but rather a means of determining the Senior Champion. Amanda and Vivienne, who have just stepped up to this level of competition took equal eighth place in the Championships.
Amanda Madigan stepped up in the 2019 Pride's EasiFeed Australian Senior Showjumping Championships with Helen Chugg's Vivant mare, 'Diamond B Vivienne'. They were just one of four combinations to post a two round total of four in the final class of the Championships. This final class was not judged as a stand alone competition, but rather a means of determining the Senior Champion. Amanda and Vivienne, who have just stepped up to this level of competition took equal eighth place in the Championships.
International Eventing rider, Robert Palm rode his, 'Koko Opapa' to take second place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
International Eventing rider, Robert Palm rode his, 'Koko Opapa' to take second place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Liz Hoy from NSW rode her, 'Lady Constance' to win the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Liz Hoy from NSW rode her, 'Lady Constance' to win the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Former World Cup winner, Tinky Konecny rode her, 'Hot And Spicy' to take fifth place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Former World Cup winner, Tinky Konecny rode her, 'Hot And Spicy' to take fifth place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Grand Prix rider and chef, Katie Clarke from Mortlake in Victoria rode 'Otos Been Good' to take sixth place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Grand Prix rider and chef, Katie Clarke from Mortlake in Victoria rode 'Otos Been Good' to take sixth place in the 2019 Racing Victoria Australian OTT Championships.
Madeline Sinderberry rides out of the Yandoo Stables and is coached by Dave Cameron. She rode Pip and Sue Middleton's talented 'Ciel' to be the best of the three way jump off to claim the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Showjumping Championships.
Madeline Sinderberry rides out of the Yandoo Stables and is coached by Dave Cameron. She rode Pip and Sue Middleton's talented 'Ciel' to be the best of the three way jump off to claim the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Showjumping Championships.
Successful Young Rider, Jessie Rice-Ward from NSW has experience and composure beyond her years. She rode her well performed, 'CP Southern Cross' to claim the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Showjumping Reserve Championship.
Successful Young Rider, Jessie Rice-Ward from NSW has experience and composure beyond her years. She rode her well performed, 'CP Southern Cross' to claim the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Showjumping Reserve Championship.
Amelia Douglas from NSW had multiple rides in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Showjumping Championships. She is pictured aboard Kathy Ward's imported, 'Sirius Du Granit' by Orlando (By Heartbreaker) that took third place in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Championships. Amelia also took fifth and sixth place in the Championships.
Amelia Douglas from NSW had multiple rides in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Showjumping Championships. She is pictured aboard Kathy Ward's imported, 'Sirius Du Granit' by Orlando (By Heartbreaker) that took third place in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Championships. Amelia also took fifth and sixth place in the Championships.
Isabella Evans rode , 'Joker' to take ninth place in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Championships.
Isabella Evans rode , 'Joker' to take ninth place in the 2019 IRT Young Rider Australian Championships.
Boneo Park was host to competition for all levels with just over 700 horses and despite the weather the beautiful facility held up well, especially the Pryde's Arena. The winners over the ten days of top showjumping included Ivory Series winners, Ebony Beecroft and 'Raenbak Farm Flica'
Boneo Park was host to competition for all levels with just over 700 horses and despite the weather the beautiful facility held up well, especially the Pryde's Arena. The winners over the ten days of top showjumping included Ivory Series winners, Ebony Beecroft and 'Raenbak Farm Flica'
Sally Simmonds from Bourke in NSW came home with a perfect score of 0 riding, 'Oaks Chifley' by Chacco Blue out of a Calando 1 mare to claim the Horseland 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championship. Sally dominated the Junior Championships and was also declared Reserve Champion riding the NZ bred Chio Ms.
Sally Simmonds from Bourke in NSW came home with a perfect score of 0 riding, 'Oaks Chifley' by Chacco Blue out of a Calando 1 mare to claim the Horseland 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championship. Sally dominated the Junior Championships and was also declared Reserve Champion riding the NZ bred Chio Ms.
Emily Baldwin from NSW is pictured in a great position over this oxer abaord, 'Twins Ava' on their way to fourth place in the Horseland 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championships.
Emily Baldwin from NSW is pictured in a great position over this oxer abaord, 'Twins Ava' on their way to fourth place in the Horseland 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championships.
Jayden Hanley from Victporia rode, 'Vertigo' to take equal fifth place in the Horseland 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championships.
Jayden Hanley from Victporia rode, 'Vertigo' to take equal fifth place in the Horseland 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championships.
Anneliese Wansey from NSW rode the James Arkins ride, 'KS St Patrick' to take third place in the 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championships.
Anneliese Wansey from NSW rode the James Arkins ride, 'KS St Patrick' to take third place in the 2019 Australian Junior Showjumping Championships.
Lucy Locke from NSW rode the former Tom McDermott ride, 'Diamont' to take equal fifth place in the 2019 Horseland Australian Junior Showjumping Championships. It was a long haul for all Championship contenders, as their competition began last Thursday with a Table C competition. Faults were added over a further two competitions to determine the Champion.
Lucy Locke from NSW rode the former Tom McDermott ride, 'Diamont' to take equal fifth place in the 2019 Horseland Australian Junior Showjumping Championships. It was a long haul for all Championship contenders, as their competition began last Thursday with a Table C competition. Faults were added over a further two competitions to determine the Champion.
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