Big smiles after a brilliant ride in the Primary Show Hunter by Year 6 rider, Maya Hoolihan and Crestwood Royale Design.
Looking flash in the Primary Show Hunter was Isabella Anderson and the appropriately named Dunelm Fashion Star on the third day of the Queensland Interschool State Championships.
Ayshia Noy knows exactly what to do to get the best presentation from Argyl Arts. The pair were competing in the Intermediate Working Hunter representing Emmaus College.
Chestnut mare Balmoral Dr Magic and rider Lucy Griffiths from The Glennie School in Toowoomba competing in the Secondary 80cm 2 Phase Show Jumping in Maryborough.
Completing her Showman 4-Phase 60cm with the Led phase was Jessica Angus and her super cute Paint pony, Patchwork Topdeck. The two travelled all the way from Roma to represent St John's Catholic School.
Floating around the arena in the Showman class was Sabrina Hitch and Dicavalli Dandy at the 2019 Queensland Interschool State Championships in Maryborough..
Effortlessly trotting across the arena was Lexie Armstrong and Grand Entrance in their Secondary Show Horse Qualifier at the Queensland Interschool State Championships in Maryborough.
Over the moon with her results over the past 4 days of competition at the 2019 Interschoool State Championships was Tamika Donald Riding Rainbow Lodge Olympc Flame. Her results were as follows; State Champion Primary Preliminary Dressage, State Champion Primary Novice Dressage, Reserve Champion Primary Working Hunter, State Champion 50cm Show Jumping and 4th place Primary 3 Phase Showman riding for Ipswich Junior Grammar School.
Oz Shotz sponsored rider Jayden Donald soaring over the Secondary 1.1m 2 Phase Show Jumping riding SS Regal from Ipswich Grammar School for the first time as this new combination.
In between organising the event, Mia Doogues mum got to watch her daughter ride Delon Park Hilkens Shadow in the Primary Novice Dressage at Marybrough in the Queensland State Interschool Championships.
Jorja Mccloskey was very happy with Riverlea Stormboy in their Primary Novice test and rewarded him with a lovely hug at the end. St Eugene College will be very happy with this rider representing them.
Come rain, hail or shine, Holly Tomkins and her 14.2hh pony Princess Annie will be out there competing. The two competed in the 1.10m and ended up with a clear round and 4th place.
Beautiful trot work in the Intermediate Show Hunter was shown from Sophie Brennan in Grade 8, from Scots PGC College in Warwick on Antrim Royale.
Very good friends Zac Goodall on Aerowhon Park Remington (left) and Isabella Forsythe on Ethereal Duchesse De Bloom (right) enjoy their friendly rivalry during the Secondary 70cm Show Jumping rounds.
A super speedy round was performed by Mia Pace and her 19 year old pony Sammy in the 70cm A2. The pair are representing Faith Luthern College Plainland.
Jumping the only double clear round in the 120cm AM5, Piper Searle takes out the win on her sister's horse Miss Florentine.
Coming into the final jump in the first round of the 120cm AM5, Harmony Hills Fabio was not touching those rails with rider Tara Wilkinson at the 2019 QLD Interschool State Championships.
Showing great extension during the Rider phase of the Senior Show Horse was To Be Advised with rider Olivia Farrell who represents St John Fisher College in Bracken Ridge.
Floating around the arena in their Intermediate Working Hunter was Tahlia Simpson and Kamilaroi Koolabah in Maryborough.
Delmonico earned a big pat from Georgia Robertson after they completed their round in the 100cm AM5 on the second day of Show Jumping at the Queensland Interschool State Championships.
The brightly coloured skinny fence gave Foxhill Kaypers no trouble as he piloted Maddison Herd over the final jump in the 100cm Secondary AM5 round.
The beautiful Let's Get Loud takes rider Dannan Isherwood through the combination on the Show Jumping track for the Secondary 80cm A2 round.
Placing 1st overall in the 70cm Primary Showjumping and 2nd overall in the 80cm Primary Show Jumping was Finnigan Bazzan riding his pony Sunny taking a congratulatory lap after the completion of his final 80cm round.
The Judges of the Meduim Dressage were graced with the presence of Charlotte Adamson and her steed, Jazzaround. The pair cantered down the arena with their All Saints saddle blanket on display for all.
Jingle Jangle shows how it's done in the Meduim Dressage 4B with rider Piper Kilgore performing a outstanding extended trot across the diagional.
Placing 2nd in the Primary 50cm AM5 Class was Morgan Lyall representing Genesis Christian College, in Year 6, riding her little grey pony Elray All Saint.
Taking out 1st on Stanton Park Houdini and 2nd on The Flamin Red Head in the Primary 70cm AM5 was Austin Brown representing Prenzlau State School.
Showing clearance over the first fence of the combination in the Secondary 1.10m A2 was Chailyn Macfarlane and Immenhof Fame, representing Livingstone Christian College in Grade 10.
Sir Akers Crikey receives a "good boy!" pat from very happy rider Chelsea Gatti after their test in the Elementary Dressage..
Jumping beautifully in the Secondary 90cm A2 was Odette Bell on Blue Jeans, representing Somerville House in Grade 7 at the 2019 Queensland Interschool State Championships.