Keeping busy over the three days of competition with multiple rides at the Queensland State Dressage Championships was Jayden Brown he is pictured with one of his horses, Metson riding in the Open Advanced.
Sarah Wilson guides Royal Rythmic across the arena with a leg yield in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Advanced test..
Toni Webb and Salient Park Telynor were very consistent with all their tests over the three days of the Queensland State Dressage Championships.
Leah McLellan and Stockie Stella make a splash through the arena in the Equistore Adult Amateur Owner Rider Elementary 3.3 on the final day of the Queensland State Dressage Championships.
Kirstine Phillips and her 15 Year old Hanoverian Warmblood Gelding Remi Devils Advocate compete in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Novice 2.3 to end up with a respectful 7th place.
Danielle Keogh and Federation make their way into the arena to compete in the Open Elementary on the last day of competition.
Macada Roebig was extremely happy with her 13 year old Warmblood gelding, Leadburn Rockin Rio in the Elementary 3.3 Open on Sunday.
Sarai Cotterel and her 7 year old Warmblood Gelding Cirocco took out the win in AAOR Novice on Saturday after a score of 73.81% and 72.70%
Big Pats for Benjamin Button Esquire a 7 year old 13.2hh Australian Riding Pony from his owner Jade Wilkinson in the Open Novice 2.2
Rebecca Aitken and Mountain Creek Mystique perform a supple test in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Novice 2.2 on Saturday.
First combination out in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Novice 2.2 was Kirsten Costelloe and Remi Lone Ranger on Saturday morning in the outdoor arena.
Riding in the Hoof Gold Open Novice 2.2, Erin Flanagan and Benchmark Live The Dream at the 2018 Queensland State Dressage Championships.
Fromelles, ridden by Samantha Jane Winton, stretches out as they trot up the arena in the Hoof Gold Open Novice 2.2.
Regalo puts in a great effort for rider, Nicole Tough to get the stunning elevated canter in the Open Novice 2.2 test..
Claire Wallace rides Lincoln Lord Astor in the Grand Prix Special, the final class of the 2018 Queensland State Dressage Championships.
Eliza Cullen and her horse Dobria Dejeu fly across the arena competing in the Intermediate 1 class.
Remi Lady Locksley struts her stuff with Melissa Van Den Berge in the saddle competing in the Open Intermediate 1..
Revelwood Starlite ridden by Elizabeth Owens, dance across the arena in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Intermediate 1.
After a successful two days of competition, Emma Flavelle-Watts and Cabaret C canter away after their win in the Medium Tour.
Third place getter in the Medium 4.3 test was Mackenzie Bound riding BZ Fortune Cookie.
14 year old Junior rider Madeleine MacKenzie and Lucinderella her 16 year old Warmblood x Thoroughbred competed in the Medium on the second day of the Queensland State Dressage Championships.
Justine Dean and Sharellen Gadabout perform a lovely pirouette in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Advanced test..
Sally Kirkwood rewards Bloomfield Furstinus with a big hug after their performance in the Open Advanced 5.3.
Sarah Honeywell rode Kalimna Renoir with elegance in the Open Advanced test on the final day of the Queensland State Dressage Championships.
Oz Shotz sponsored rider Alistair Schramm rode his faithful thoroughbred gelding Zero Degrees to a respectable 8th place with a score of 63% in the Open Prix St George on the first day of competition.
Avondale Lindt, a 10 year old Warmblood Gelding gets a well earned treat at the end of his test from rider Naomi Strong in the Prix St George.
Winners are grinners Ricky McMillan and Diamond Dreamer TLF rode a great test to take out first place in the Open Prix St George on Friday in the Indoor Arena at the Queensland State Equestrian Centre.
Balancing her time between show jumping Mini Prix's and riding Prix St George tests and completing her Teachers Degree at University Elizabeth Ballard is a very busy lady. Elizabeth is pictured here on her horse Seventh Heaven.
Jane Carcary and Fredico completed a beautiful trot down the centre line in the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Medium 4.2 Class on Saturday Morning.
Kah-Mah Supremacy made rider, Kerry Higham very proud after the effort he put into the Adult Amateur Owner Rider Preliminary 1.2 test.