The 160th Great Show of Seymour attracted professional riders and those just wanting to have a day out with their horses and ponies. Josh Clarke who fits in to the first category rode , 'SLM Pretty Woman' to win the class for Open Hack 15-15.2 in Ring 3.
What a busy and successful day and a mission accomplished. Kathleen Mullan claimed the Hero Qualifier with the outstanding, 'Savesomtimetodream' aka, "Buck".
Syenna Wright is pictured aboard Lee Purchase's splendid, 'Korawyn Show N Tell' that was declared Ring 2 Reserve Champion Small Pony.
Jamie McPherson rode , 'Braeside Miss Divine' to claim the Ring 2 Small Pony Championship. They are pictured with Ring 2 judge, Rebecca Maddocks.
Happy to be back aboard her successful Show Hunter Galloway, 'Dunelm Icon', Di McDonald, complete with new knees waits for her class on the beautiful Seymour oval that was beautifully prepared for the show.
Mia Heinrich rode her very well performed, 'Regalbrook Razzle Dazzle' to claim the Ring 1, 8-10 Years Rider Championship.
Annique Smith rode , 'Loyal Park Stella' to win the Ring 2 class for Ridden Shetland.
Charlotte Overin from Wandin East rode her, 'Sunny Hill Mighty Murray' to claim the Ring 3 Show Hunter Hack Championship.
Well known and successful showing identity, Sarah McCormick rode her daughter Claudia's, 'Salisbury Masterpiece' to claim the Ring 1 Show Hunter Galloway Championship.
In what proved to be a clean sweep for the Seymour Pony Club, Lucy Duff led, 'Ash' to take out the Pony Club Handler Reserve Championship.
Bernadette Page representing the Seymour Pony Club led her, 'Buck' to be declared Champion Pony Club Handler.
Kylie Slockwitch won the class for Ridden Standardbred Mare with her, 'Magnificent Maggie'.
Kelly Stuart-Mitchell rode her, 'Gownbrae' to take third place in the class for Ridden Standardbred Gelding.
Maree Brown from Koonoomoo (near Cobram) claimed the Miniature Pony Championship with her, 'Condela Park Spellbound'.
Tegan Young rode Kim Simpson's typey, 'Crestwood Casanova Royale' to claim the Ridden Palomino Championship.
Stacey Butcher is pictured aboard her, 'Sparkarama' that took second place in the class for Ridden Standardbred Gelding.
Catherine Connard had a successful day at the 2018 Great Seymour Show Off. Catherine is pictured with Champion Mare and Supreme Led Palomino, 'Goldmine Blonde Affair' and Reserve Champion Palomino Mare, 'Goldmine Cool Blonde'.
Well known and successful showing exhibitor, Samantha McMaster rode her new horse, 'Caribbean' to win the Ring 2 class for Lightweight Hack.
Daniel Weidenbach won the Ring 2 class for Heavyweight Hack and is pictured with judge, Rebecca Maddocks and steward, Alex Jenkins.
Minna Baxter rode her delightful, 'Imperial Jester' to win the ring 3 class for Show Hunter Pony 12-13hh.
Lynda Hayes rode Nicole Parsons', 'Class Orlando Bloom' to win the Ring 3 class for Show Hunter Pony 13-14hh.
Busy with professional Chiropractic commitments, Sheree Lee took time out to claim the HRCAV Champion Rider title for the Seymour Club riding her successful show hack, 'Tonik'.
Lesley McAliece took second place in the Led Standardbred Male class with her, 'Astra Storm' and went on to claim the Led Standardbred Male Reserve Championship.
"Rapumzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair". Five year old, Evie Isherwood, aka Rapunzel took out the Fancy Dress Championship in the Fun Ring at the 2018 and 160th Great Seymour Show Off.
Breeanna Lindell and 'Leo' had matching outfits for the Fancy Dress class in the Fun Ring. They has already claimed the class for Best Handler Over 12 Years.
Kathleen and "Buck" won the Ridden Gelding class and went on to be declared Champion ridden Standardbred.
Paula Heffernan won the Ring 1 class for Show Hunter 15.2-16hh and went on to be declared Ring 1 Reserve Champion Show Hunter.
Riley Shannon-Winzer rode, 'Parishon' to claim the Ring 1 Show Hunter Hack Championship.
Jasmine West and, 'Looks Welsh' representing Team NYSS took out the class for Novice Led Standardbred.
Kathleen Mullan has been producing the Off The Track Standardbred, 'Savesomtimetodream' for a Horse Deals magazine feature. He certainly made a great impression at his first ever horse show. "Buck" was declared Supreme Led Standardbred.
Four year old, Summer Hoefchen had her eyes up and looking where she was going to claim second place with her, 'Elmo' in the class for Junior Handler.
Tamara Saligari rode her, 'Chance Encounter' to win the Ring 3 class for Open Hack 15.2-16hh first up this morning.
Well known and successful showing rider, Courtney Bird rode, 'Belarusian' to second place in the Ring 3 class for Open Hack 15.2-16hh on a beautiful Spring morning in Seymour.