Being only 0.8 seconds away from taking second place off Tom McDermott in the Mini Prix Qualifier AM5 Jump Off was Olivia Hamood riding her horse Alan 111 Z.
Scoring a great time of 65 seconds, Will Dight and Thea settled near the top of the pack in the Young Rider Series 1st Qualifier.
The 9 year-old Warmblood from Germany, Wonpasset and rider Sarah Beale perform a perfectly even jump in the 1.20m open. The pair from Sydney recently competed in the World Cup at Queensland State Equestrian Centre.
Freshly graduated from highschool, Amarni Easey rides her first horse, Town Man in the open 1.20m on the first day of competition.
'The Rooster' pricks his ears as he heads into the next jump with rider Krissy Harris. The pair competed in the 1.20m on the first day of competition.
Covered in an orange glow from the sun shining though the smoke, Andrew Inglis was one of the first riders in the arena with Alillie.
Riding first out in the Mini Prix Qualifier AM5 at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic was Billy Raymont riding his horse YPH Capulet.
With a grin on her face and the reins in her hands, Jamie Priestly and Oaks Diamantia stylishly soar over a vertical in the Futurity Series 1st Qualifier.
James Arkins and WP Grandiamo jumped a clear round with a time of 67.08 seconds in the Futurity Series First Qualifier.
Showing a lovely position over the rustic fence during the Futurity Series Qualifier A2 was Coco Miles riding her horse Emcee Villain at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic.
First to go in the Futurity Series First Qualifier and with a clear round was David Cameron and Bensons Femme Fatale.
Even with plenty of air time, Alpha Activity and Tom McDermott finish their Open 1.40m Jump Off round clear and stopping the clock with a time of 43.90 seconds which put them into first place.
First class of the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic was the Open 1.40m, which saw a well known combination of Billy Raymont and Anton which only took 4 jumping penalties.
Going for the superhero approach in the Open 1.40m class was Gina MVNZ ridden by Brooke Dobbin.
With multiple rides during the day, Billy Raymont rides Tulara For Chico in the first qualifying round for the Rising Stars Series at the 2019 Chatham Park Sydney Summer Classic.
Kerry Langbecker and ES Quincy were the first to go in the Rising Stars First Qualifier jump off round stopping the clock at 42.54 seconds and clear jumping.
Charlie Robinson rode her final horse, Pure Obsession in the 90cm Thoroughbred class and the pair managed to take out the win in the Slipper Class.
A beautiful pairing in the Class 6A 90cm Open at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic was Katie Laurie riding her mare Queen Bee GNZ.
Competing on her 4 year old Filly Warmblood x Quarter Horse, Brooklyn Jalapeno in the Open 90cm was Molly Baker.
Winning the 90cm Open class 6A at the 2019 Sydney Summer Classic with a time of 36.61 seconds in the Jump Off was Charlie Magnier and his Buckskin pony, Master Stevie G.