Summer Showjumping Classic

With both of her entries in the Super Junior Final and through to the jump off, Maleah Lang-McMahon pictured here with KS Sovereign's Cadel during their first round of the final.
With both of her entries in the Super Junior Final and through to the jump off, Maleah Lang-McMahon pictured here with KS Sovereign's Cadel during their first round of the final.
After a massive 4 days of show jumping, the official team of judges and course builders take a moment to enjoy the atmosphere and all their hard work. Rebecca Henry, Leopoldo Palacios, Fiona Bentley, Michael Archer and Kevin Taranto work very hard all year round and we wish them all the best into the new year.
After a massive 4 days of show jumping, the official team of judges and course builders take a moment to enjoy the atmosphere and all their hard work. Rebecca Henry, Leopoldo Palacios, Fiona Bentley, Michael Archer and Kevin Taranto work very hard all year round and we wish them all the best into the new year.
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Clearing fence 3 beautifully in the 1.30m class on the final day of Sydney Summer Classic was Tori Stuckey riding Finch Farm Cab Sav.
Clearing fence 3 beautifully in the 1.30m class on the final day of Sydney Summer Classic was Tori Stuckey riding Finch Farm Cab Sav.
Gaby Herbosa's horse Kaloona Virago tried his heart out in the Jump Off in the Amateur Rider Series getting an impressive time of 33.04 seconds at the Sydney Summer Classic.
Gaby Herbosa's horse Kaloona Virago tried his heart out in the Jump Off in the Amateur Rider Series getting an impressive time of 33.04 seconds at the Sydney Summer Classic.
After a rough start to the competition and having to borrow gear from other riders after her equipment had been left behind, Michelle Spiteri and Araluen Gold finish on a high coming first in the 1.20m on Sunday.
After a rough start to the competition and having to borrow gear from other riders after her equipment had been left behind, Michelle Spiteri and Araluen Gold finish on a high coming first in the 1.20m on Sunday.
Vicki Roycroft jumped a superb 1.20m track to take out the win on her horse Remembrance receiving a time of 63.81 seconds, the fastest time by 3 seconds.
Vicki Roycroft jumped a superb 1.20m track to take out the win on her horse Remembrance receiving a time of 63.81 seconds, the fastest time by 3 seconds.
Off to a good start in the 1.20 m class was Erin Dickinson riding her horse Nicholas B at the Sydney Summer Classic held at Sydney International Equestrian Centre.
Off to a good start in the 1.20 m class was Erin Dickinson riding her horse Nicholas B at the Sydney Summer Classic held at Sydney International Equestrian Centre.
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Sailing through the 1.20m class on the final day of competition at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic was Wendy Platts riding her horse Jester Park Bonds.
Sailing through the 1.20m class on the final day of competition at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic was Wendy Platts riding her horse Jester Park Bonds.
Clearing the last fence and taking the overall win out for Team Willinga Park in the final round of the Australian Jumping Teams League was Billy Raymont and Anton.
Clearing the last fence and taking the overall win out for Team Willinga Park in the final round of the Australian Jumping Teams League was Billy Raymont and Anton.
Amelia Douglass representing Team Chatham Park in the jump off round of the 2019 Australian Jumping Teams League riding Sirius Du Granit.
Amelia Douglass representing Team Chatham Park in the jump off round of the 2019 Australian Jumping Teams League riding Sirius Du Granit.
Elliott Reeves and Aveden Indigo made sure not to touch this jump in the Australian Jumping Teams Leagues at the Sydney Summer Classic.
Elliott Reeves and Aveden Indigo made sure not to touch this jump in the Australian Jumping Teams Leagues at the Sydney Summer Classic.
First to go representing Team Yandoo Park was Jamie Winning-Kermond aboard Galliano MD in the 2019 Final of the Australian Jumping Teams League.
First to go representing Team Yandoo Park was Jamie Winning-Kermond aboard Galliano MD in the 2019 Final of the Australian Jumping Teams League.
The final leg of the Australian Jumping Teams League saw all the teams gather to walk the Leopoldo Palacios designed track prior to a nail biting finish.
The final leg of the Australian Jumping Teams League saw all the teams gather to walk the Leopoldo Palacios designed track prior to a nail biting finish.
After winning the Amateur Rider Series at the Sydney Summer Classic, Jennifer Smith and Country Platinum took their victory lap.
After winning the Amateur Rider Series at the Sydney Summer Classic, Jennifer Smith and Country Platinum took their victory lap.
Jumping the final fence of the jump off beautifully and going clear with a time of 42.64 seconds was Sally Simmonds riding Oaks Chifley in the 2019 Super Junior Final at the Sydney Summer Classic.
Jumping the final fence of the jump off beautifully and going clear with a time of 42.64 seconds was Sally Simmonds riding Oaks Chifley in the 2019 Super Junior Final at the Sydney Summer Classic.
Flying over the Australian Penny jump in the 2019 Super Junior Final at Sydney Summer Classic was Jessica Galea riding her Warmblood x Thoroughbred mare Checka in her first Juniors Competition.
Flying over the Australian Penny jump in the 2019 Super Junior Final at Sydney Summer Classic was Jessica Galea riding her Warmblood x Thoroughbred mare Checka in her first Juniors Competition.
Beautiful form over the ESP jump in the Super Junior Final was Kelly Bridgland riding her horse Showtym Burrow at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
Beautiful form over the ESP jump in the Super Junior Final was Kelly Bridgland riding her horse Showtym Burrow at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
First out in the Super Junior Final on the last day of the 2019 Sydney Summer Show Jumping Classic was Alex Wald riding Royal Cruiser.
First out in the Super Junior Final on the last day of the 2019 Sydney Summer Show Jumping Classic was Alex Wald riding Royal Cruiser.
Warmblood mare Equus Hooroo received well deserved pats after finishing the Open 1.10m height class from rider Teigan Matthews at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
Warmblood mare Equus Hooroo received well deserved pats after finishing the Open 1.10m height class from rider Teigan Matthews at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
Flying over the triple bar in the open 1.10m was Cosmerex Coffee Vinchino with Clinton Van Der Sanden in the saddle.
Flying over the triple bar in the open 1.10m was Cosmerex Coffee Vinchino with Clinton Van Der Sanden in the saddle.
Starting off her round with a lovely shape over the first fence in the 90cm - 1m class was Courtney Van Der Werf and her 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding Mediterranean Showman.
Starting off her round with a lovely shape over the first fence in the 90cm - 1m class was Courtney Van Der Werf and her 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding Mediterranean Showman.
The beautiful appaloosa Emmaville Spot On and her rider Rachel Peel jumped a lovely first round in Class 32a the 90cm - 1m class on the last day of the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
The beautiful appaloosa Emmaville Spot On and her rider Rachel Peel jumped a lovely first round in Class 32a the 90cm - 1m class on the last day of the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
Jumping over the orange fire jump in the 90cm - 1m Open held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre was Lois Fleming riding her beautiful horse Balboa.
Jumping over the orange fire jump in the 90cm - 1m Open held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre was Lois Fleming riding her beautiful horse Balboa.
After a huge four days of competition, Lily-Rose Baxter and her horse Foxhill Cruise finish off the week with a pat in the 90cm - 1m open, clear in the first round and with a time of 39.71 seconds in the Jump Off.
After a huge four days of competition, Lily-Rose Baxter and her horse Foxhill Cruise finish off the week with a pat in the 90cm - 1m open, clear in the first round and with a time of 39.71 seconds in the Jump Off.
Watching the World Cup was Courtney Van Der Werf and her two four-legged companions Tyson the boxer and Sasha the whippet.
Watching the World Cup was Courtney Van Der Werf and her two four-legged companions Tyson the boxer and Sasha the whippet.
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