Molly Best rides Sir Versace in one of the pairs first events together. Seven year old Sir Versace, also known as Ricky, has a huge personality and loves to be the centre of attention says Molly.
Competing in the Working phase of the Working Horse Challenge was Georgia Maben in the under 9 age group on her horse Silverthorn Oaks Chandelier..
Coming in 2nd for the 13 and Under 15 Years Campdrafting was Emily Mills with a score of 85 on her 13 year old Stock Horse, Top Gun.
Kicking up some dust and the final combination to work in the Working Horse Challenge was Lara De Jong with her horse Mains Lachlan.
Showing everyone how it's done was Jessica Niass in the 15 to Under 17 years Campdrafting riding her horse Glenore Gilette, stable name Buddy, representing Colo High at the Interschool Horse Extravaganza 2019.
Gazman Gary soars over the last jump in the open 1.10m with rider Jackalyn Pitman on board. The pair are representing Coffs Harbour Highschool.
Leaping to greatness in the 110cm Show Jumping course was Hannah Turner from Colo High and her horse Locomotive Breath.
Coming out of their second turn in their workout, Brie Aitken and Denmark Webkey Two compete in the Working phase of the Working Horse Challenge held on the last day of the Interschool Horse Extravaganza.
Competing in the Open Elementary Dressage was Darcey Eyb and her horse Caesars Crossing on the third day of the Interschool Horse Extravaganza.
Clearing the oxer with ease in the Primary 65cm Show Jumping course was Angelina Thompson from Arndell Anglican College and her horse Cherrywood Solo.
Enjoying a smooth ride around the 60cm Show Jumping course was Liam Mackenzie-Smith and his horse Barrelyn Warlord.
Competing in the Intermediate Preliminary Dressage and making her school proud was Madeline Bell from St Johns College Woodlawn and her horse Kasban Sparkle N Shine.
Charlie Ward from The Armidale School and her trusty horse Pickles leap powerfully over the 90cm jump.
Exhibiting keen determination in the Primary Preliminary class was Sophie Ralph from Boambee Public School and her pony Tremayne Royal Exhibit.
Zooming through the Primary 45cm Show Jumping class was Lily Clemen from Hunter Valley Grammar and her pony Special Effects - Specs. .
Sophie Maynes and her horse Drumora Gem trot precisely through the L shaped obstacle in the over 16 Time Trial. The pair are representing Calrossy Anglican School.
Showing nice movement Wundurra Impact is enjoying his time trial course with rider Tahnee Sullivan in the Working Horse Challenge.
Presented beautifully in blue for the Primary Preliminary dressage test was Emma Chisholm from Beecroft Public School and her pony Wesswood Liberachie.
Chrysler Park Pixie tracking up nicely in the Primary Perlim with rider Maddison Ball staying focused with every stride.
Rounding the second peg in the time trial phase of the Working Horse Challenge, Cody Frazer and Playmore Roulette race through the rest of their course.
Approaching their final obstacle in the Working Horse Challenge was Chloe Underwood riding her horse Oasis Bud Bunndy.
Enjoying the sunshine and moving swiftly through the 80cm Senior class was Ashleigh Aitken from Oxley High and her horse Wanrua Jemima.
With smooth moves and style, Harriet King from Ascham School and her horse Alkyra Acrobat compete in the Senior Preliminary dressage test.
Performing a nice low and long trot near the end of the Senior Preliminary dressage test was Claudia Williams from Narrabri High School and her horse Killara Lestweforget.
Racing against the clock was Rubie Fitzpatrick from Arndell Anglican College and her 10 year old Australian Stock Horse cross Arabian pony Marbelyn Park Romantic Illusion.
Completing the Senior Preliminary Dressage test as a strong duo was Danneika Lyons from St Ursula's Collage Toowoomba and her horse Grenadier Sequin..
Going full speed ahead around the barrels was Toby Mather and his happy horse Riverdaire Ebony.
Mr Tom Wilson and his horse Playmore Rock N Roll 1267 gallop after the beast in the Senior Youth Cutting. Tom went on to win the champion and fourth place in the competition with his two horses.
Cutting his way through the competition was Hunter Dalzell during the Snaffle Bit Senior Youth Cutting on his horse Soda Rosewood at Interschool Horse Extravaganza.
Mr Hamish Palmer and his mount Tyrell Park Short Fuze face off against a black beast in the cutting.