Katja Wiemann rode Tomahawk Tom to be equal third after the dressage phase of the Pre-Novice B.
Darren Green was another of the busy riders with multiple horses. Here he rides Kathleen Cust's, Cottesmore in the Pre-Novice B.
Lee McFarlane rode Just Paddy to score 49.8 in the dressage phase of the Pre-Novice A.
Angus Wilkinson and MP Spinnaker achieved the handy dressage score of 43.8 in the Pre-Novice A.
Siana Micheli and Ruaton hope to move up the placings after the jumping phases of the CNC*.
Campbell Baxter and ESB Irish Nonsence finished mid field after the dressage phase of the CNC*.
Jenny Peck and Helium were another combination to be placed mid field after the dressage phase of the Pre-Novice B.
Linda William and Trivial had to make the descision to go or stay after their CNC* dressage test. In the afternoon it was announced that people could leave the venue before 12am with a vet certificate, but then their horse would need to be quarantined for 2 weeks. The other option was for the horse to stay at Werribee for 72 hours (until Tuesday). At this stage no vet certificate or quarantined period was needed if the riders took this option.
Hayley White and Sir Sculptor start their dressage test in the Pre-Novice A.
Chris Height rode ESB Irish Compassion in the Pre-Novice A. It is remarkable how many ESB Irish Sport Horses are filling the eventing classes.
Karen Perry rode BV Red Devil in the CNC**. It was difficult for the riders competing late in the afternoon, as there was so much discussion concerning the Equine Influenza outbreak and what was going to happen with the horses at Werribee Park. Karen decided to stay and went on to win the CNC**.
Dogs back at Werribee! In June the rules regarding dogs at Werribee Park have be relaxed and it is hoped that dog owners will be responsible and the dogs, which are such a big part of the horse scene can stay. Here Emily Hodgson and Sheba keep their eyes on the dressage.
Berenice Hunter and Val are another combination hoping to improve there placing after the jumping phase of the Preliminary B.
Samantha Whiting rode the impressive Sovereign Rose to fourth place after the dressage phase of the CNC*.
Kerri Cooper and K. Doner-Duett hope to move up a few places after the jumping phase of the Prelinimary B.
Will Enzinger had a busy day with multiple rides. Here he rides ESB Irish Endeavour in the CNC**.
David Middleton and Cildara Gandalf were in fifth position after the dreesage phase of the CNC*.
Michelle Buckley and Pahai Lord Montague were placed mid field of the Pre-Novice A after the dressage.
Georgie Birrell rode Pentonville Grove in the CCI**. This popular event attracted 26 starters for the CNC** and 350 entries in total.
Reubrecht Aude rode Carl to ninth place after the dressage phase of the Preliminary C.
Raquel Corbett and Evamoor Symbolic held onto ninth place after the dressage phase of the Preliminary C.
Yes it is winter. And yes it is Werribee. And no, she is not mad. Zoe Bond models a very summery outfit (except for the hat) for a very mild winter's day at Werribee Park.
Angela Bence and Yarraman Park Tahli were placed ninth after the dressage phase of the Preliminary B.
Jenny Bowker and Radish start the CNC** test.
Chloe James and the experienced RL Sir William competed in the CNC*.
Olivia Townshend and Carramar Marmaduke were placed ninth after the dressage phase of the Pre-Novice B.
Well known former Tasmanian, Catherine Davies rode Volcanic Ruler to be placed mid field after the dressage phase of Preliminary C.
Natalie Davies and Chatswood Sharp Move competed in the CNC**. It was shortly after their test that the announcement came, stating; "Werribee Park was now in lock down and no horse is to leave for 72 hours." This was later revisied.
Popular Victorian rider Amanda Howell lead the dressage phase of the CNC* riding the good looking Koyuna Tora Bora.
Experienced eventing rider Stephen Keir rode the promising mare, Megara in the Pre-Novice A.