Young rider Jacob Wells and Cobra De Capella jumped beautifully in the Betty McVean Memorial Grand Prix to finish third. Yet another promising Cobra horse. This combination is really knocking on the door and it is only time before they're going to chalk up some significant victories
Sienna Holdsworth-Rose and her pony Calypso
Also crowned Champion Pony rider 16yrs and under
Sienna Holdsworth-Rose and her pony Calypso enjoying their round to place 1st in the 95cm Pony
Leanne Wicks and Burrowa Blisse came away pleased with their efforts to place first in the 85cm Pony rider under 16 years
Winners are grinners Ava McKee and Shreck were all smiles after taking out the 65cm class
Zoe Waller and Kingsbrook Victory showed their opposition a clean pair of heals to take 1st place in the 104cm pony class
Amber Cavanagh and Xtra Special was the other successful champion pony for the meet in the rider 16yrs and under
Wendy Kimpton and Strezlecki Dewalt placing 3rd in the open 95cm
Sophie Landy and Pride of Gold
Zoe Waller was also busy at it in both rings 1 and 2. Here Zoe is pictured in ring 2 in the 85cm Pony ridden by and under 16YO placing 4th
Euroa rider Sophie Landy and Pride of Gold placed second in the 104cm pony class
Tess Morrow who had a busy weekend competing in both rings 1 and 2 pictured here with NP Dark star taking 1st place in the 104cm
Amber Cavanagh and Xtra Special well pleased with their efforts placing 1st in the 75cm section C
Gabreille Mannell and How Bizzarre having a go in the Open 75cm
Grace Sawyer riding Little Drummer Boy in the Open 75cm
Caleb Bertram riding his own Cee Jay Park Oreo in the 75cm Pony class
Taylah Bryant and Star Comic in the Open 85cm
Michael Unthank popular Riverina/NE Victorian stock and station agent from Tabletop (NSW) and his beautiful grey Shades of Grey over the Isuzu Ute's fence in the 105cm
Always a crowd favorite the Mini Prix! Grayd'n Stones and Riverton Affirmation came home with the bacon to ride a double clear rounds to take out the event in a heart stopper!
The always popular New South Welshman James Arkins and WP Grandiamo in the Mini Prix Championship giving it a red hot crack
Something a little different a monochrome image of popular Victorian rider Kate Beadel from Nar Nar Goon who recently had a near miss from the catastrophic Bunyip bushfires on the beautiful Stephen Smith owned and bred Lilly Elmare in Sunday's Future Stars Championship.
Great to see you out and about Kate!
The very consistent James Harvey and the very talented mare Castlederg from Victoria's Yarra Valley placing second in Sunday's future stars championship
The feature event of the weekend, the Betty McVean Memorial Grand Prix was taken out by Elliot Reed (NSW) and Avenden Indigo in a sharp time of 48.49 from James Harvey and Tyrone VDL 49.14 and an impressive 3rd Jacob Wells and Cobra De Capella 49.14
Well known eventer Tania Harding and her own Jirrama Easy Jet taking out the 110cm under 20 points championship. Tania consistently produces reliable and talented horses and Easy Jet is definitely yet another promising youngster from the Jirrama stables
Caleb Bertram from Barnawatha in North East Victoria and his own CeeJay Park Private Buddy had a good day out in the Junior 110cm and should be well pleased with their efforts.
James Harvey and Tyrone VDL always a strong combination in Saturday's 135cm class.
Russell Johnstone and Dondersteen from Whittlesea Victoria are back on the track and had a good day out in the 135cm class on Saturday. Dondersteen is an Oldenberg stallion by Vaillant out of Odanja
Kelly Lees and Ohio Silver from Tallangatta in North East Victoria in the Saturday's 125cm
Michael Lucas and Dusky Farm Conqueror placing second in the 115cm
Jessica Fisher-Curnow and and Just Ideal from Leneva in Nort East Victoria on their way to taking out Sauturdays 115cm class.
The perennial and long time member of the Border District Show Jump Club, Marcus McMaugh and Tulara Stolle from Barnawatha in NE Victoria looking good over the Kiahglen Show Jumping Supplies fence in the 105cm class
Victorian Country Show Jumping Championships were competed this weekend at Albury Wodonga Equestrian Centre and hosted by Border District Show Jump Club.
Friday afternoon a strong cool change blew into the district dumping a heavy fall of rain with heavy showers continuing overnight. whilst welcomed by local farmers and graziers it made the track a little heavy Saturday morning but conditions quickly improved.
Saturday saw the height classes competed and Sunday the championship classes.
The feature class for the weekend was the Betty McVean Memorial Grand Prix was taken out by Elliot Reed and Avenden Indigo in a sharp time of 48.49 from James Harvey and Tyrone VDL 49.14 and an impressive 3rd Jacob Wells and Cobra De Capella 49.14
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