Emma Armstrong from Geelong rode 'Del-Lee Penguin' to win the District Saddle Pony 12hh and Under class.
Elise Whitaker from Geelong won the District Hack over 17hh class with her 'Tobolov'.
Charlotte Burn rode her 'Making Ground' in the C & D AM5 jumping competition on the first day of the Royal Geelong Show.
Tori Merigold from Little River claimed the District Hack Championship with her 'Night Fire'. The 13 year-old Thoroughbred by Chem won four million Australian dollors from a racing career in Hong Kong. Tori also took out the Pony Club/Riding Club Rider Championship aboard the typey speedster.
Jessica Byrne from Modewarre took first place in the District Show Hunter Pony Class riding 'Glynyarra Helena'.
Well-known showing competitor, Georgie Cameron from Freshwater Creek, took out the District Saddle Pony Championship with 'Fairlight Acres Starwars'.
Two keen competitors in the District classes. Both from Geelong, L-R Katelyn Barratt riding 'Remy' and Rowie Matthews with 'Angel'.
Two typey competitors in the Junior Jumping class, both with golden locks! Andrew Wootten rode his wonderful Welsh Cob, 'Tarzan Warrior' to jump clear in the first round of the Junior Jumping class.
Amy Hodgskin rode a good safe clear round in the Junior Jumping class aboard her New Forest pony, 'Jarosite Willow'.
Kaitlin Della and 'Bright Waze' give this fence plenty of air during their round in the Junior Jumping competition on the first day of competition at the Royal Geelong Show.
Kate Henrys-Fontaine was declared Champion District Rider 14-18 Years.
Eight year-old Adelle Mahoney from Somerville was delighted to win the Pony Club Rider Under 10 Years class.
Olivia Hunt from Bellbrae took out the District Pleasure Hack class with her 'Bella'.
Tayla O'Dea from Geelong was declared Reserve Champion District Rider 14-18 Years.
James Byrne from Modwarre won the District Boy Rider 10-12 Years and went on to be declared Reserve Champion District Rider Under 14 Years.
Aaron Wood rode 'Bimbadeen Stirling' to win the District Boy Rider class 12-14 Years.
Jamie Harding from Bacchus Marsh won the District Girl Rider 7-10 Years.
Sharon Mulgrew from Little River rode her 'Time Slot' to win the District Rider Over 30 class and went on to claim the Reserve Campion District Rider over 18 Years award.
Five-year-old Jaymee Cayzer from the Bacchus Marsh Pony Club took fourth place in the Pony Club Rider Under 10 years class, to claim her first ever show ribbon. Seen her with her partner on the occasion, 'Little View Pepsi'.
Rebecca Ross from Ocena Grove rode her delightful five-year-old Clydesdale/Thoroughbred, 'Jolie Cheval' to take out the Senior District Rider Championship.
Making our way back to the car at the end of the day we could not resist these two little fellas. They are Miniature Mediterranean Donkeys, and ever so cute.
Sarah Castricum and her Reserve Champion District Hack, 'J'Adore' strike a pose. Sarah from the Gisborne and District Riding Club also won the class for Pony Club/Riding Club Riders 18 Years and Over.
Rebecca Jones from Ballan took out the Champion Pony Club/Riding Club Mount award as well as winning the District Led Hack with her 'Torbee Park Regal Springs'
Three-year-old Felicity Devereux from Lara was preparing for a big day of competition on the first day of the Royal Geelong Show.
Carley Cook and 'WP Casanova' took fifth place in the C & D AM5 on the first day of competition at the Royal Geelong Show.
Pip Wootten and 'Spotted Gum' during their round in the C & D Grade AM5.
Angela Green rode her 'Dutch Opulance' by Dutchman in the C & D AM5 on the first day of the Royal Geelong Show.
Georgie Birrell rode her 'Pentonville Grove' to win the C & D AM5 jumping competition.
Amanda Barclay was second in the C & D AM5 riding 'It's A Worry' and third riding 'Aint Misbehavin' (pictured).
Travis Morgan from Port Arlington was second in the Open Rider Over Obstacles (D & E Grade) with his 'Ritchie'.
Tyson Filia from Marcus Hill claimed the Best Rider Over Obstacles (D & E Grade) Award aboard his 'Kirby Park Jazzman'.
Nicole McCarthy took out the Champion District Galloway Award with the McCarthy Family's 'Ariston Catwalk' and with it the HP Solitaire Memorial Trophy. Pictured with sponsor, Cindy Licht who rode HP Solitaire to six District and five Open Galloway Championships at Geelong Show.