Joe Baxter rode the Austin, Lilley and Baxter nomination, the Champion Led Warmblood Mare, 'EBL Empress' to win the class for Novice Show Hunter Over 16.2hh and claim the Novice Show Hunter Reserve Championship.
Rising star show rider, Rhys Stanley is pictured aboard the Universal Stables, Adam Oliver and Michelle Harpley nomination, 'Merivale Park Royal Doulton' during the class for Novice Galloway 14.2-15hh.
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The Lovell Family's, 'Dicavalli Royal Rory' always wins the prize for the horse you would most like to ride on the showgrounds. He is pictured with Abbey Lovell up and on their way to winning the class for Open Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Phil Bobic won the Gent's Show Hunter class and was second in the Open Over 16.2hh class riding the impressive Universal Stables and Rebecca Crane Nomination, 'AATC Kracker-Jack' by AATC Tushinski.
New Zealand visitor, Hayley Morris rode her, 'Balmoral Hinton' to win the Holiday Prix (think Mini Prix) this afternoon. Riders can enter both the Holiday Prix and the Grand Prix.
Adam Oliver rode the Universal Stables and Rebecca Crane nomination, 'Federer' to win the class for Show Hunter Over 16.2hh and claim back to back Royal Queensland Show Show Hunter Championships.
Andrew James drove his own and Corinne Collins' outstanding harness pony, 'Rose Air Manikato' to claim the Vince Corvi Memorial Light Harness Turnout Championship.
Graham Wass' 'Kar-Trice Tamara' was declared Reserve Champion Light Harness Turnout.
Lindsey Blanch rode her , 'Dicavalli Royal Gustav' to win the class for Lady's Show Hunter.
Young Victorian rider, Riley Marin was competing out of the Universal Stables at Brisbane and he rode the Universal Stables and his own nomination, 'Dreamtime Lomax' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 16-16.2hh and go on to take out the Royal Queensland Show Show Hunter Reserve Championship.
Emily Wonka rode her own and Tony Rodgers-Falk's, 'Dicavalli Diamonds' to win the class for Open Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Ken Uren rode, Carlie Taunton's, 'Kirralee Christian Dior' to win the class for Gentleman's Galloway.
Adam Oliver claimed the Novice Galloway Championship with The Universal Stables and Barbara Barr nomination, 'Toleia Park Mercury Rising'. They went on to win the Open Lightweight 14.2-15hh class and claim the Reserve Champion Galloway award.
Ryanne McIvor rode Joanne Uppington and Pat Lenihan's, 'Kensington Tuscan Diamond' to win the class for Lady's Galloway and went on to claim the 2019 Royal Queensland Show Galloway Championship.
The Teys, Plucknett and Sue McIvor nomination, 'Argyl Starfire' is pictured during the judging of the Open Lightweight Galloway 14-14.2hh.
April Baxter rode her, 'Lily's Parade' to win the class for Open Lightweight Galloway 14-14.2hh.
Well known and successful showing enthusiast, Carmel Perkins had a great day with her 'Alpine Park Dreamtime' that won the Novice 14-14.2hh and the Open Heavyweight 14-14.2hh Galloway classes. Alpine Park Dreamtime was declared Reserve Champion Novice Galloway.
Lisa Berry's well performed, 'Calvin Park Dark Knight' won the class for Open Heavyweight Galloway 14.2-15hh.
Richard Sharman led Kelly Bond's, 'Rathowen Saving Grace' (Dresden Ace of Spades/Salutations of Rathowen) to claim the Australian Saddle Pony Mare Championship.
Chris Holland rode, 'Elsa' to take second place in the Young Rider jump off class this morning.
Phil Bobic is pictured aboard Louise Barton's lovely new Galloway, 'Kolbeach Sunrise' that took second place in both the Novice 14.2-15hh and the Open Heavyweight Galloway 14.2-15hh classes.
Jasmine Capwell rode her, 'Apen Park Revolution JC' by Renegade Z to take second place in the class for Novice Show Hunter 16-16.2hh.
Better known for Thoroughbreds, Ross Lipp can pick a good horse whatever it is. She is pictured aboard her Warmblood, 'Remi Lord Locksley' by Locksley II that won the class for Novice Show Hunter 16-16.2hh and went on to be declared Champion Novice Show Hunter.
Tyler Harris rode the Styles Equestrian and L Burton nomination, 'Farleigh Overlord' to win the class for Novice Show Hunter 15-15.2hh.
Shari Baldwin rode her own and Craig Porter's, 'Sangaria Baretta' to take fifth place in the class for Open Heavyweight Galloway 14-14.2hh.
Kylie Matters', 'GF Top Of The Pops' took sixth place in the class for Open Heavyweight Galloway 14-14.2hh.
Ashley Cavanagh rode her, 'Lunar Star' by Laurie's As to take third place in the class for Novice Show Hunter 16-16.2hh.
Julieanne McCool rode the McCool and Lawson nomination, 'Rosedale Secret Attraction' to take third place in the class for Open Lightweight Galloway 14-14.2hh.
Tahnaya Ferris', 'Monrose Park Making Music' took second place in the class for Open Lightweight Galloway 14-14.2hh.
Amanda O'Sullivan rode her eye catching, 'Dicavalli Royal Glitter' to win the class for Novice Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Ali Berwick rode the Samantha Watt and Rebecca Crane nomination, 'Extatic GHP' to take second place in the class for Novice Show Hunter 15.2-16hh.
Plenty to smile about. Mark Lilley did the honours with the Riverglen Pony Stud's, 'Riverglen Zion' (Koora-Lyn Acclaim/R. Zephyryn) that was declared Champion Stallion and Supreme Exhibit in both the the Australian Pony and Australian Saddle Pony rings. Mark is pictured with judge, Marion MacLennan (Scot) and award presenter, Julie Hibbert.
Isabella Anderson was delighted to claim the Australian Pony Mare Reserve Championship with the Anderson and Powell Family nomination, the delightful, 'Dunerlm Fashion Star' (D. Audacious/D.Star Struck)