Giving it everything they've got, Warren Backhouse rode Hollywood Groover to absolute perfection in the Platinum Saddle Co Open Futurity scoring 148.5
Sliding into heir very first reining show was Michael Toohey and Cooper Get Crackin and they had some outstanding results in the Intermediate Non Pro and Limited Non Pro Futurity.
Ruby Macarthur rode Wimpys Packin Heat in Beginner Youth and Beginner Rider classes at the Queensland Reining State Championships.
Smokin Sheriff and Scott Burnett complete a wonderful pattern in the Open.
Sidney Paech and Onya Wozza slides into the arena Intermediate Non Pro
Smart Nu Georgie and Ashleigh Backhouse slide down the arena in the Intermediate
Robyn Ross rides her stunning palomino Atomic Blonde in the Non Pro class at QSEC
Wimpys Red Chilli and Greg Peters in the Open class, with Greg wearing a 'Best Trainer' and 'I love Opie' decorated shirt after losing a bet to Charlotte. If Charlotte won a buckle, he had to wear a shirt of her collection at a state show. She made the shirt for him to wear.
Isobel Hughes giving DCS Kentucky Rein a big reward after a great run in the Green Rider Level 1, DCS Kentucky Rein is approaching retirment, with this hopefully being his last year in reining.
One of QRHA's youth riders, Chase Huff, having fun on his horse Quirran Lea Spinamiss in the Green Rider Level 1 class.
Fancy Louise and Peter Gould in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1.
Greg Walker and Ruff N Twisted keep busy in the Novice Horse Open Level 1 and Level 2 at the Queensland Reining Horse State Championships held at the QSEC.
Riding his late brother's horse, A Smooth Kitty was David Nixon in the Novice Horse Open Level 1 at the Queensland Reining Horse State Championships.
After travelling all the way over from the States on her university break and tying for first place with fellow competitor Greg Walker was Clancy E Erlin riding Topsal Roc in the Junior Horse Non Pro.
Rolling back into the final stretch of the pattern was Yves Cousinard and Spook A Little in the Futurity.
Shows like this would not be possible without all the help and support of the sponors, a token of appriectation was given on the final night of the show.
The reining judges, Bub Poplin (USA) and Darren Simpson (QLD) definitely worked hard over the four days watching all the competitors complete their patterns.
Youth Performance to help kick off the Open Futurity with a bang.
Going for a ski with his trusty horse, Peter Gould and Dualin Gal show off their incredible partnership, even after a 3 year break.
It really was the greatest show when Charlotte Callinan entered the freestyle arena with Op Hesa A Smart Whiz
Reining is definitely in their blood, Amelia Baker and A Hollywood Whiz step out into the competitive field of the freestyle on final day of the Queensland State Reining Show.
Both Sydney and Sophie have had a wonderful time the 2018 Queensland State Reining Championships.
Jessica Miller competes on her beautiful horse Smart Lil Captain in the Limited class.
Running round to perfection and taking out first place in the Youth 13 and Under is Amelia Baker and her trusty sidekick A Hollywood Whizz.
Giving it their best try in the Short Stirrup Class was Dualin Gal and Layla Gould.
Pulling out all the stops in Friday night's derby was My Dads a Wimp with Kerri Anderson aboard.
After a great ride in the derby Jolene King thanks her horse Mondure Lil Calgirl for putting her best hoof forward.
Hayley Smith rode her 15 year old Quarter Horse gelding, Yuglibar Requestamelody to take 4th place in the Senior Horse Non Pro.
One of the contenders for the 4-way tie to take first place was Charlotte Callinan and her rode Op Hesa Smart Whiz.
Sophie Laws and Migs Mr Wizzel sent it as she approaches her final stop in the Rookie class on Friday.