Interschools Horse Extravaganza
Flying through the water and approaching the next jump with confidence was Ella Silk in the One Star and her horse Go Theodorable.
Enjoying themselves out on the Cross Country course were Sienna Shoebridge and her golden pony Sandy competing in the EvA45 class.
Looking straight ahead over the ramp in the EvA80 cross country phase of the eventing was Phoebe Heath and Rye Wonder.
Last rider out on the One Star cross country course was Holly Anderson and Ack Keldeano after clearing the brush corner on the second day of the Interschool Horse Extravaganza.
Nearing the end of their course and showing great scope over the brush ramp was Gazman Gary with Jackalyn Pitman out on the EvA95 cross country course.
Last pair into the dressage arena for the Combined Training 60B were Eloise Clare and she gives Byalee Mist a deserving pat after performing their test.
Eyespi certainly enjoys jumping with rider Lilly Munce in the combine training 80cm class.
Proving you don't need a saddle to ride a horse is Jesse Cooper from Central Coast Grammar School in the 15 - U17 Bareback Gymkhana and her horse Mobile Cracker Jack.
Cheeko had no problem clearing the oxer in the EvA80 Show Jumping phase with rider Kiara Sandry on board.
With a lovely form in the Show Jumping, Katie Hancock and Leo Degas cruise through the EvA 95cm class during the ODE held at ALEC in Tamworth for the Interschool Horse Extravaganza 2019.
Proving scope during the Show Jumping phase of the EvA 80cm ODE was Vanessa Baker riding her pony Charisma Park Nike.
Showing potential in the 7 - U9 Pleasure Gymkhana was Rubi Grubisa riding her pony Rivington Lil Red Corvette at Interschool Horse Extravaganza 2019.
Showing some scope in the Combined Training 45cm class is Bellevale In The Moment with Primary rider Madeline Gaden on the second day of the Interschool Horse Extravaganza.
MP Too Eze and Ella Bourke fly effortlessly over jump number 3 in the CT 60cm
Best of pals show excellent sportsmanship were Emily Walklate on Fairway Serenade (left), Emily White and Goldie (centre) and Jade Attard riding Lucy (right) after their gymkhana presentation.
Completing a beautiful workout with a synchronised trot was Eloise Clare from Abbotsleigh and her horse Byalee Mist.
Striding through their workout with a floating trot was Hannah Rockwell from Pymble Ladies College in the year 7 - 9 Show Hunter Led with her pony Karingal Sienna.
Both pony and rider are happy! Abbey Holcombe shows some praise for Asham Slippery after completing their Show Jumping round in the EvA60.
Jumping the Ditch Palisade with ease in the EvA60 was Caitlin Biddle and her horse Ballinton Summer Lady.
Giving her pony Amaranda Black Sambooka a little bit of extra motivation to get through the water in the EVA 60cm ODE was Madeline Henry at the Interschool Horse Extravaganza 2019.
Small but mighty! Camilla Metcalfe and Dash present to the judges before their Working Hunter workout to representing St Joseph's.
Focused on success in the Cross Country course was Anna Jarvis in the 2 Star and her horse Cullendore Trigger.
Pretty in pink was Molly Gander riding in the EvA 45cm ODE class held at ALEC in Tamworth riding her pony Mimmie at Interschool Horse Extravaganza 2019.
Showing beautiful form over the 2 Star Roll Top in the Interschool Horse Extravaganza ODE was Anna Jarvis riding Cullendore Trigger.
Preparing to travel down the centre line of her Combined Training dressage test was Lauren Jones with her mount Brandy Time in the Secondary section of the class at the Interschool Horse Extravaganza.
Cute and cuddly with his pony Blackjack was Cooper Morgan after completing the bareback under 7 years gymkhana at Interschool Extravagana 2019.
Paired up in the ring was Mikayla O'halloran and Emity Croft, with their dynamic duos' Rivoliroo and Rita in the 9 and Under 11 pairs Gymkhana at Interschool Horse Extravaganza 2019.
Supervised by her more experienced peers, Daisy Hemimg from Arndell Anglican College on her pony Jak Jak, in the under 7 gymkhana.
Cheered on from friends and family on the sideline, Harrison Galloway-Smith salutes at the end of his Year K - 3 Show Hunter Ridden phase aboard Bamborough Snigger.
Representing the New England Girls School is Holly Jacobson with her mount Stoney Creek in the Year 7-9 Show Hunter Ridden phase on Day 1 of the Interschool Horse Extravaganza..
The first day of the Interschool Horse Extravaganza saw the running of the Show Horse. Putting their best foot forward in the Year 10 - 12 Show Hunter Ridden phase was Molly Best and Sir Versace.
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