Sophie Carlton had a successful show in the jumping classes and was declared Champion Restricted Showjumping Rider of the show. She is pictured riding Midnight Marvel
Lisa Gangur rode My Jessie Girl to second place in the 90 cm class.
Roscoe Robertson rode Crayola to win the 80cm class.
Teresa Cummings rode Tailor Made Future to third place in the 90 cm class.
Indianna Evans and her wonderful Al Zahra won the 90cm class.
Calvin Flynn rode Spider in the 90 cmm class.
Imogen White as Little Bo Peep rode her Whitfields Serenade (the sheep) with the help of mum, Susie to win the Fancy Dress.
Cooper Triggs won lots of ribbons in the Sub-Junior ring and enjoyed the Grand Parade with his sister Pippa.
Liberty Walker Sangster won a number of ribbons riding Glynyarra Park Cinnibarr in the Sub-Junior ring.
Pippa Triggs with the help of Welsh Pony Glynyarra Park Deacon won the Sub-Junior encouragement award.
Linda Clarris rode her good looking mare True Lee Tribal to win the class for Australian Stock Horse Hack.
Carmen Nowak rode her Riding pony, Rivendell Illision to be declared Champion Galloway. Carmen is seen here with judges Raymond Butler and Carlene Nossiter
Lorraine Scott rode her Standardbred, Royal Pride to win the Novice Hack class.
Jaimee Bruggerman rode Juanita Porter's, Lemracs Lucifer to be declared Best Novice Exhibit and Reserve Champion Galloway.
Lucy Janson enjoyed riding in the Sub-Junior ring on her well turned out pony, Royland Blue Rose .
Alexis Strong riding Pauly Pizza was awarded Champion Sub-Junior Rider under 10 years.
Chelsea Davidge and Prairie Girl had a successful day in the popular Sub-Junior ring.
Tobi Smith with the help of mum, Mandy and her delightful pony Richdale Paris won the class for Rider under 6 and was declared Reserve Champion Sub -Junior Rider.
Jacqui Gould rode her Warmblood mare, Why Waltz Furst Lady Love to be declared Reserve Champion Hack.
Local successful rider and trainer, Nicole Mutimer rode her well performed Thoroughbred Mon Amour to be declared Champion Hack and Supreme Show Horse.
Daniel McBride rode Aesthic Warrior to second place in the Centerfold Memorial Trophy for the Best Thoroughbred Hack.
Denver Vivian rode Mallawa Park Just Kiddin to take out the Reserve Champion Pony Hack.
Charming young rider, Rudi Walker Sangster had another wonderful day at the show. Rudi took out the Linda Hadden Memorial Junior Encouragement Award. Rudi also rode Tapu Daquiri to be declared Champion Pony Hack. Rudi won considerable prize money to add to his puppy fund.
Tori King rode Take A Chance to third place in the Novice Hack class.
Emily Hubble rode her Thoroughbred, Optimum Prime to second place in the Novice Hack class.
Isla McDonald was declared Champion Showjumping rider.
Mick Batchelor from NSW returned to Darwin with Wallis and Wiggles, to help educate the general public about the role of the Light Horse in the 1st World War.