2019 Boneo Cup

The big guns came out to ride - and it was game on! Tom McDermott took home the Boneo Cup win with Alpha Activity (Animate / Alice) 10yo bay gelding, in 45.17 seconds.
Tom has had a cracking weekend with wins on both Saturday and Sunday at Boneo Park.
Together this combination with their recent win at the World Cup at Gatton, they are in fine form heading into the Australian Show Jumping Championships.
The big guns came out to ride - and it was game on! Tom McDermott took home the Boneo Cup win with Alpha Activity (Animate / Alice) 10yo bay gelding, in 45.17 seconds. Tom has had a cracking weekend with wins on both Saturday and Sunday at Boneo Park. Together this combination with their recent win at the World Cup at Gatton, they are in fine form heading into the Australian Show Jumping Championships.
Erin Buswell and Quero Quero placed 8th in the Stal Tops Young Rider 130cm championships in a time of 33.91 seconds
Erin Buswell and Quero Quero placed 8th in the Stal Tops Young Rider 130cm championships in a time of 33.91 seconds
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Phil Lever and his stallion Calvino from Somerville on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.  The David Sheppard built course proved to be testing for both rider and horse with 69 starting the field was wittled down to 16 for the jump off
Phil Lever and his stallion Calvino from Somerville on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. The David Sheppard built course proved to be testing for both rider and horse with 69 starting the field was wittled down to 16 for the jump off
Popular champion Victorian eventer Robert Palm deep in concentration while walking the course for the Interpath 4 CYTE Mini Prix.  Robert presented to the judge Mr Kevin Taranto on Jaybee Vibrant
Popular champion Victorian eventer Robert Palm deep in concentration while walking the course for the Interpath 4 CYTE Mini Prix. Robert presented to the judge Mr Kevin Taranto on Jaybee Vibrant
Amelia Douglass had three rides in the Stal Tops 130cm Young Rider event. Amelia is pictured here on Upper Class Z .  The combination placed 11th in a field of 33
Amelia Douglass had three rides in the Stal Tops 130cm Young Rider event. Amelia is pictured here on Upper Class Z . The combination placed 11th in a field of 33
Madeline Cox and her mare Eclipsis focused and on the job after the Interpath 4CYTE fence looking for home.  The combination placed 11th in the 130cm Stal Tops  Young Rider Championship.
Madeline Cox and her mare Eclipsis focused and on the job after the Interpath 4CYTE fence looking for home. The combination placed 11th in the 130cm Stal Tops Young Rider Championship.
Jessica Rice-Ward and Denison Park Style in the first round of the 130cm Stal Tops Young Rider Championship
Jessica Rice-Ward and Denison Park Style in the first round of the 130cm Stal Tops Young Rider Championship
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Last event of the day was the Leader Equine Junior Rider 120cm with light fading rapidly. Bronte Hutchinson and Pollyanna did well to place second just behind Sally Simmonds and Chio MS
Last event of the day was the Leader Equine Junior Rider 120cm with light fading rapidly. Bronte Hutchinson and Pollyanna did well to place second just behind Sally Simmonds and Chio MS
12 years & under 80cm Championship Congratulations to Amelia who rode like a champion on Pride of Gold during the 2019 Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup
12 years & under 80cm Championship Congratulations to Amelia who rode like a champion on Pride of Gold during the 2019 Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup
Alice Lawrence. Centre Stage Love to Love competing in the 12 years & under 80cm Championship at the Boneo Cup
Alice Lawrence. Centre Stage Love to Love competing in the 12 years & under 80cm Championship at the Boneo Cup
Harley McNaughton riding 
Glen Cree Creedance in the 12 years & under 80cm Championship at Boneo Cup
Harley McNaughton riding Glen Cree Creedance in the 12 years & under 80cm Championship at Boneo Cup
Billy Raymont and Susie Willis owned Anssioso Z came home third in the Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup. It was only this combinations third competition start, they squeezed out Billys  long time mount Anton pushing Anton into fourth place.
Billy Raymont and Susie Willis owned Anssioso Z came home third in the Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup. It was only this combinations third competition start, they squeezed out Billys long time mount Anton pushing Anton into fourth place.
James Harvey from Victoria's Yarra Valley  and the Des Russell owned Tyrone VDL in the Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup. The combination went clear, clear in the first round.
James Harvey from Victoria's Yarra Valley and the Des Russell owned Tyrone VDL in the Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup. The combination went clear, clear in the first round.
Olivia Hamood (Kilcoy QLD and Alan 111 Z (Arko 111/Vilotte) over the Boneo Park Fence in the 1st round of the Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup. The combination went on to place second behind Tom McDermott
Olivia Hamood (Kilcoy QLD and Alan 111 Z (Arko 111/Vilotte) over the Boneo Park Fence in the 1st round of the Total Animal Supplies Boneo Cup. The combination went on to place second behind Tom McDermott
Frida Lindgren and the Lever Equestrian owned City Lights placed a credible thirteenth in the Interpath Mini Prix with a second round time of 51.01 but had two rails down
Frida Lindgren and the Lever Equestrian owned City Lights placed a credible thirteenth in the Interpath Mini Prix with a second round time of 51.01 but had two rails down
Brooke Campbell and Copabella Voltage (Copabella Visgae/HollandRose)  set a craking pace going clear with a time of  42.93 but it wasn't to be their day finishing second
Brooke Campbell and Copabella Voltage (Copabella Visgae/HollandRose) set a craking pace going clear with a time of 42.93 but it wasn't to be their day finishing second
Amanda Lupton and Bodyline (SL Aint Offended) were first of 65 riders out in for the Interpath Mini Prix
Amanda Lupton and Bodyline (SL Aint Offended) were first of 65 riders out in for the Interpath Mini Prix
Competition was strong in the Stal Tops Young Rider 130cm Jessica Rice-Ward and Denison Park Style placed mid-field in a large field of 44 combinations
Competition was strong in the Stal Tops Young Rider 130cm Jessica Rice-Ward and Denison Park Style placed mid-field in a large field of 44 combinations
Amelia Douglass is having a sensational season  taking out event 17, Stal Tops Young Rider Series 130cm on Sirius Du Granit in 33.81 seconds from Lucy Evans on Viva Joy in 33.98
Amelia Douglass is having a sensational season taking out event 17, Stal Tops Young Rider Series 130cm on Sirius Du Granit in 33.81 seconds from Lucy Evans on Viva Joy in 33.98
Well done to Brook Langbecker, 22yo NSW and Black Jack Ixe, 8yo stallion (C Indoctro / Tradition Ixe), winning event 18 the Interpath Mini Prix in 42.76 seconds. Brooke also took out 3rd place on Bejing Ls La silla.
Well done to Brook Langbecker, 22yo NSW and Black Jack Ixe, 8yo stallion (C Indoctro / Tradition Ixe), winning event 18 the Interpath Mini Prix in 42.76 seconds. Brooke also took out 3rd place on Bejing Ls La silla.
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Boneo Cup the premier lead up event to the Australian Show Jumping Championships.
This year we see record entries with 302 riders competing 618 horses for 1894 rides. To accommodate the record entries Boneo Park, Victoria’s premier equestrian facility will be operating four arenas, three superb Martin Collins Clopf surfaces and the premier grass arena.
Friday saw warm to hot but perfect conditions for jumping, In the early hours of Saturday morning riders awoke to the sound of heavy rain which continued throughout the day to dump over 40mm of rain on the Boneo track, but the track held firm though late in the day with the Australian Championships looming many riders elected to scratch from classes late in the day.
Sunday, pay day, championship day, the weather had cleared though the track wet was good to go.
The Cup now in it’s seventh year has seen Australia’s best riders take the Cup, Hamood, Hill, Arkins, Dobbin, Raymont to name a few. Last year the Queenslanders were on fire taking out the first three placings. Can Queensland do it again?
This year it was Tom McDermott (Mulgoa NSW) and Alpha Activity who took out the coveted Boneo Cup on a true but testing David Sheppard built course judged by Kevin Taranto. However the Queenslanders weren’t far behind. Hot Tom’s heals second was Oliva Hamood and her stunning gelding Alan111Z from Kilcoy Queensland, then Billy Raymont took third and fourth on Anssioso Z and Anton respectively.

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