Aquis Champions Tour

In 6th place during the Fiber Fresh 1.35m Speed Championships with a time of 65.83 was Rebecca Jenkins riding Our Kohinur on Day 2 of the Aquis Champions Tour.
In 6th place during the Fiber Fresh 1.35m Speed Championships with a time of 65.83 was Rebecca Jenkins riding Our Kohinur on Day 2 of the Aquis Champions Tour.
In the 240 Electrical 1.15m class was Billy Raymont on YPH Picasso in at the Aquis Champions Tour Day 2..
In the 240 Electrical 1.15m class was Billy Raymont on YPH Picasso in at the Aquis Champions Tour Day 2..
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At the Aquis Champions Show Jumping Tour on Day 2 was Jack Schouten riding Lightening Strikes in the Penelope Store Australia 1.10m class.
At the Aquis Champions Show Jumping Tour on Day 2 was Jack Schouten riding Lightening Strikes in the Penelope Store Australia 1.10m class.
Sam Overton takes the young thoroughbred Jewel Quest around the 1.10m class sponsored by Penelope Store Australia
Sam Overton takes the young thoroughbred Jewel Quest around the 1.10m class sponsored by Penelope Store Australia
Definately on fire for the first weekend of competition, Katie Laurie rode Cera Caruso around the extremely challenging 1.40m track that saw only 6 clear rounds from 76 starters, to win the class
Definately on fire for the first weekend of competition, Katie Laurie rode Cera Caruso around the extremely challenging 1.40m track that saw only 6 clear rounds from 76 starters, to win the class
It took a while for the first clear round in the 1.40m to be posted, but it was Rider 25, Steven Hill and Yalambi's Bellini Star, that finally did the honors
It took a while for the first clear round in the 1.40m to be posted, but it was Rider 25, Steven Hill and Yalambi's Bellini Star, that finally did the honors
Ron Easey looks to his next fence as he rides Easy Would Blacko around the 1.40m Premier Floats sponsored class
Ron Easey looks to his next fence as he rides Easy Would Blacko around the 1.40m Premier Floats sponsored class
Katie Laurie and McCaw MVNZ (owned by Mike and Carissa McCall from NZ) posted three superb clear rounds in the Future Stars, that saw a massive 89 competitors line up to contest the class, to finish with the win
Katie Laurie and McCaw MVNZ (owned by Mike and Carissa McCall from NZ) posted three superb clear rounds in the Future Stars, that saw a massive 89 competitors line up to contest the class, to finish with the win
Bringing Calaza Park Casselli Law, by Calgary GNZ, up through the grades, Tim Bowman guides him expertly around the 1.10m on the second day of competition
Bringing Calaza Park Casselli Law, by Calgary GNZ, up through the grades, Tim Bowman guides him expertly around the 1.10m on the second day of competition
Matt Kidston rode the very scopey and talented Finch Farm Carlsberg (by Finch Farm Chill) around the challenging Future Stars class at the 2019 Aquis Champions Tour
Matt Kidston rode the very scopey and talented Finch Farm Carlsberg (by Finch Farm Chill) around the challenging Future Stars class at the 2019 Aquis Champions Tour
Chloe Hughes enters the arena on Hi Viz to commence their opportunity to take on the Future Stars class
Chloe Hughes enters the arena on Hi Viz to commence their opportunity to take on the Future Stars class
First horse on course for the day in the Future Stars class was Victorian rider, Brook Dobbin and Gina MVNZ
First horse on course for the day in the Future Stars class was Victorian rider, Brook Dobbin and Gina MVNZ
On Day 2 of the Aquis Champions Tour, Lorna Cliford recieved a win on Glenormiston Christie with a speedy time of 23.09 in the second phase of her round in the GeoPro 80cm class. She also recieved a 5th place in the same class on her other pony Quamby Park Star Show.
On Day 2 of the Aquis Champions Tour, Lorna Cliford recieved a win on Glenormiston Christie with a speedy time of 23.09 in the second phase of her round in the GeoPro 80cm class. She also recieved a 5th place in the same class on her other pony Quamby Park Star Show.
Placing third in the 80cm class on Saturday was Isabella Forsyth and Etheral Duchesse De Bloom
Placing third in the 80cm class on Saturday was Isabella Forsyth and Etheral Duchesse De Bloom
Bundaberg competitor Cassie Honor rode the beautiful mare Vovo around the 1.20m Progressive Rider class
Bundaberg competitor Cassie Honor rode the beautiful mare Vovo around the 1.20m Progressive Rider class
Winner of the 1.30m Young Rider class on the second day of competition was Courtney Tincknell and Screwdriver
Winner of the 1.30m Young Rider class on the second day of competition was Courtney Tincknell and Screwdriver
First class to be held in Arena 2 on the second day of competition was the 1.30m Young Rider - Jamie Priestly and KS Optimus were the first competitors to grace the arena
First class to be held in Arena 2 on the second day of competition was the 1.30m Young Rider - Jamie Priestly and KS Optimus were the first competitors to grace the arena



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