Brett Parberry rode Dr Kerry Mack's imported Weltmeyer stallion, 'Whisper 1V' to win the Gow Gates International Prix St Georges with 69.05%.Seen here with L-R Kerry Mack, judge Cara Witham from Canada and Bert Clarke representing Gow Gates.
Chad Cunliffe representing sponsor Hy Gain was on hand for the presentations.
Heath Ryan rode Dr Margaret Evan's imported Rubenstein stallion, 'Regardez Moi' to take second place in the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II with 65.885%. Seen here with President of the Ground Jury, Wolker Moritz from Germany.
Lisa Martin rode her Salute gelding, 'Rhythmic' to take 10th place in the Gow Gates International Prix St George with 62.80%.
Anne Serrao rode her Weltmeyer gelding, bred at the Larapinta Stud in Victoria to take third place in the Gow Gates International Prix St George competition with 65.85%.
Nicole Magoffin rode her Aachimedes gelding, 'Jaybee Anzac' to take sixth place in the Gow Gates International Prix St George with 63.60%.
Adam Vellere rode his own and Ken Hoskins' Moscow' to score for 58.40%.
Gitte Donvig was the last of the 30 strong Gow Gates International Prix St Georges field for 15th place riding her Donnerheist gelding, 'Don Armani'.
Rebecca Woff from Upper Beaconsfield in Victoria was fourth in the Mandavilla Catering Services Prix St George (CDN). She rode her 'APH Showman' by Trak.
Karen Remley won the Mandavilla Catering Services Prix St Georges (CDN) with her Contango II mare, 'Belcam Corvette'.
Peter Mansweto representing the sponsor, Mandavilla Catering Services during the presentation of the Prix St Georges (CDN)
Saddler, Peter Horobin's 'Road Show'.
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Well-known Victorian rider, Maree Tomkinson was 12th in the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Itermediate II (CDN) with her imported Hanovarian stallion by Werther, 'Frambeau'.
L-R Horse Magazine Editor, Chris Hector and dressage trainer, Clemens Dierks discuss the finer points of the Koffles Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II.
Some spectators obviously enjoying the 'Air Chair'.
Jody Hartstone from New Zealand with her 19 year-old New Zealand Grand Prix Champion, the stallion, 'Landioso' by Landgraf. They took third place in the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II with 64.68%.
Tabitha Fisher with her 'Montezuma' took 10th place with 58.63% in the Koffels Solicitors ans Barristers Intermediate II.
Another New Zealander, William Noble rode his Vincent St James, a NZ Thoroughbred cross to take fourth place in the Kollels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II with 64.19%.
Jacqueline Hill rode her 'Snowy River Redwood' a full brother to Di Jenkyns' Australian Champion, Snowy River Blackwood, to score 57.22% in the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II.
Lesley-Anne Taylor from South Australia with her imported Welt Hit Stallion, 'Welfenadel', took 11th place in the Gow Gates International Prix St George with 61.90%.
Rachael Sanna has hit form at the right time with her exciting, Jazz gelding, 'Chatham Parl Jac'. They won the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II with 68.97%.
Jade Woodhead with 'APH Rodrigo' in the Gow Gates International Prix St George.
Internationa judge from Korea, Won-Oh Park.
Lesley-Anne Taylor with her imported German 'Weltklasse' by Welt Hit. They took seventh place in the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II.
Emmanuelle de Denaro has produced her 'Yaraandoo' by Duntroon and bred by Heath and Rozzie Ryan from the outset. They took ninth place in the Koffels Solicitors and Barristers Intermediate II with 58.68%.
Glennis Barrey rode her Calypso Classic gelding, 'Classico II' to take second place in the Gow Gates International Prix St Georges with 68%.
Rachael Sanna and 'Chatham Park Jac' really demonstrated their potential, much to to the delight of the capacity crowd, to win the Hamilton Island Grand Prix Freestyle with 71.67%.
The current Australian Grand Prix Dressage Champions, Heath Ryan and 'Greenoaks Dundee' had to settle for second place in the Hamilton Island Grand Prix Freestyle with 69.65%.
Kelly Layne and Amoucheur passaged their way to a well earned victory in the Grand Prix on Friday, but sadly, the indoor atmosphere has never suited the talented geldin. Unsettled from the outset, 'Amoucheur' produced far from his best for 62.27%.