Alan Brown drove 'Keral Izon' exhibited by AP and KA Brown from Portland in NSW to claim the Non Hackney Harness Pony Championship.
Tom Lenihan from Lancefield in Queensland drove P & T Lenihan's liver chestnut stallion, 'Mariposa Tradesman' to take fourth place in the Non Hackney Harness Pony Turnout class.
Renee Barnes from Logan in Queensland drove her own 'Jurah Tranquility' in the Turnout class for Non Hackney Ponies
Terry Cowan drove Vince Corvi, Edwina Duddy and his own 'Dunolly Lorenzo' to take second place in the Hackney Pony Turnout class.
Vince Corvi was again at the reins of the wonderful Hackney Pony, 'Woodhurst Countess' who won the the Hackney Pony class and went on to again claim the Hackney Pony Championship. Exhibited by Vince, Edwina Duddy and Terry Cowan.
Pat Lenihan at the reins of P & T Lenihan's 'Rose Air Comet' that was placed fifth in the Open Harness Pony NE 12.2hh class.
Laura Scott from Boyland in Queensland drove her own and A Bourke's 'Owendale Claudia' to win the Novice Harness Pony 12.2hh asd NE 14hh class.
As expected the Keir Family from the ACT were a force in the Harness classes, with ten exhibits. Here Shane Keir drives and Peter collects the money with 'Canberra Park Stepalong Scotty' looking wonderfull pulling the restored dairy cart. This outfit won the Delivery Turnout, and went on to be declared Champion Medium to Heavy Turnout and Champion Medium to Heavy Horse.
Ross Porter from Federal in NSW drove 'Charlie' to second place in the class for a Single Medium to Heavy Horse in a Fresh Food Vehicle.
RNA President, Dr Vivien Edwards and Mrs Edwards, enjoying the beautiful weather.
For the first one and a half days of the EKKA the main arena is given over to the judging of the Beef Cattle. Over 1300 animals and 29 breeds were exhibited. Pictured here is the judging of the Grand Champion Cow, (the winner, the magnificent Charolais in the middle of the picture) and the Grand Champion Bull which was awarded to an Angus.
Bill Lark from Pinelands drove his own 'Corinthian Dixie Belle' to fifth place in the Two Wheeled Medium/Heavy Horse Turnout class
Les Pearce drove his and Fay Wright's (in passenger seat) 'Horsepower Beatrix' for second place in the Medium/Heavy Horse Turnout class.
Trevor Kohler drove Gary Appleby's (in passanger seat) Percheron, 'Beauty Rosie Bell' to third place in the Medium/Heavy Horse Turnout class.
Sue O'Brien drove her own homebred 18 year-old 'O'Bees Superstition' (born on Friday 13th) to take second place in the Turnout class for Non Hackney Light Horses.
AR, GA and SJ Evans' 'Koorootang Highlander' driven by Alan Evans was declared Champion Shetland/Miniature Horse/Miniature Pony in Harness.
Jane Hampson drove 'Rosebrook Lodge Ebony' to win the Open Shetland/Miniature Horse/Miniature Pony Mare or Gelding in Harness class. Exhibited by CR Smallmon and JE Hampson from Mururundi in NSW.
Julia Hardie drove Bill Lark's 'Blossom' to win the Novice Mare/Gelding Shetland/Miniature Horse/Miniature Pony class.
Ryan Ward from Singleton in NSW drove his 'Peace' to win the Novice Non Hackney Light Horse in Harness class.
Kylie Parker drove the Keir Family's outstanding 'Canberra Park Silhouette' to claim the Open Non Hackney Light Horse In Harness class and went on to be declared Champion Light Harness Non Hackney Horse and Champion Light Harness Turnout.