Stella Patterson rode her, 'Karlana Let's Party' to win the class for Open Galloway 14.2-15hh and claim the EA Galloway Championship.
At the end of a super successful day, Annabelle Richardson rode Maddy Gin's wonderful, 'Harrington Park Symphony' to claim the Amy Stewart Memorial Award for Supreme Champion Ridden Riding Pony. Annabelle is pictured with L-R award presenter, Susie Stewart, and UK judge, Sarah Newbould
Gracie Humphries rode , 'Lonely Oak Hanky Panky' to win the Riding Pony Society class for Amateur Produced Show Pony N/E 14.2hh.
Reece Lawson rode Trudy Kelly's, 'Beaumont King Of Kings' to claim the Riding Pony Society Over 14.2hh Hack/Show Hunter Supreme Championship.
Tex Flack showed plenty of riding talent on his way to winning the Riding Pony Show Hunter Pony 12.2-13.2hh class riding his home bred, 'Manorvale Pop Rock. They went on to claim the Riding Pony Child's Show Hunter Pony Championship.
Kristy Thompson rode her typey, 'Fable Park Copyright' to take third place in the class for Riding Pony Show Hunter 13.2-14.2hh.
Izabella McIntyre rode Blaine Perkin's well performed, 'Mirinda Fortitude' to claim the Riding Pony Show Hunter Pony Championship.
Ivy Aikman with some help from Jeremy Roberts won the class for Riding Pony Leading Rein Pony aboard, 'Langtree Unique'. They went on to claim the Riding Pony Child's Pony Reserve Championship.
Marley Thorpe, with a bit of help from mum, Amberley Thorpe, rode, 'Bordershow Toy Boy' to take second place in the Riding Pony Society Leading Rein Pony class.
Maddison Cooke competing in the RDA ring probably had the most successful show of anyone at Werribee today. She rode her former eventer, 'Gladiator's Ghost' to be declare Champion Best Presented, Champion Horse and claimed the High Point award to top off a brilliant day.
Nicole Riemer rode her, 'Whitmere Airs and Graces' to claim the Ridden Show Pony Championship at the Equinade Riding Pony of the year Show.
Briony Randle won the Open Over 16hh class with her own, Warren Coyle and Howard Morris' well performed, 'Entourage'. They went on to be declared EA Champion Hack.
Kaitlyn Labahn rode her mother, Michelle Labahn's good working and beautiful, 'Rolex II' to take third place in the class for Open Hack Over 16hh.
Ali Berwick won the VAS OTT Final last weekend with, 'Revelry Regent Park' and today they claimed the EA Off The Track Hack class.
Nicole Toll rode her, 'Lyndam Park Armani' to win the class for Open Hack 15-16hh and go on to claim the EA Reserve Champion Hack award.
Certainly value for money. Brian Scholes rode his super, 'A Welcome Stranger' to claim the EA Show Hunter Hack Championship.
Georgia Adams rode her, 'Riversea Park Repertoire' to win the EA class for Open Galloway 14-14.2hh.
Stella Horspole rode her super successful, 'Brandy Hollow Candy Man' to claim the EA Show Hunter Pony Championship and the Junior Rider Championship.
Daniel McNamara rode Emma Richardson's, 'Nalinga Piano Man' to claim the EA Champion Ridden Pony in Ring 1.
Shayleigh Joblin rode , 'Maxwell Matador Royale' to win the EA class for Rider 8-9 Years.
Seven year old Holly Backman rode 'Malibu Park Pollini' well, to win the EA class for Rider 6-7 Years.
Marci Worland is pictured aboard her lovely big horse, 'Queens Guard' that raced as, Dubai To Dublin, during the EA Hack classes.
Lisa McCann rode her, 'Ascot' to take out the Newcomer Hack Reserve Championship.
Kathleen Mullan has certainly hit a purple patch with her, 'Divinity' that today was declared EA Champion Newcomper Hack.
EA Ring 1 judge, Mark Jacobi is pictured sashing Sabrina Neave's Champion Newcomer Galloway, 'Elmtree Sensation'.
Well known exhibitor, Fiona McIntyre rode her own and Jonathon Lumsden's, 'Foxbridge' to take out the EA Newcomer Hunter Hack Championship.
Raelene Brown claimed the EA Newcomer Show Hunter Galloway Championship with her, 'Wynara Dream Boy'.
Kerry Dunstan is back in the competition arena and again enjoying the success of her home bred ponies. Kerry is pictured aboard , 'Malibu Park Tip Top' (Llanarth Top Cat imp/Malibu Park Sorrento) that won the 2018 Final of the Riding Pony Society Newcomer competition.
Indi Shepherd rode Danielle Ford's, 'Davron Park Armani Code' to win the EA class for Newcomer Large Show Hunter Galloway.
Briony Randle rode Sandra Donovan's, 'Astral High Society' to claim the EA Newcomer Show Hunter Galloway reserve Championship. They went on to claim the same award in the Riding Pony Stud book Society ring.
Ruth Hall's lovely, 'Springtime Mayflower' (Keira Park Cascade/Mavis TB) claimed the EA Led Galloway Championship.
Tahlia Young rode Jeremy Robert's, 'Bamborough Oriana' to win the class for Newcomer Medium Show Hunter Pony and go on to claim the EA Newcomer Show Hunter Pony Championship.
In the EA Ring 2, Jordyn Kemp rode, 'Bamborough Kalvin Clein' to take third place in the class for Newcomer Small Show Hunter Pony.