Victorian Paint Horse Association - Southern Spectacular - Day One
Tina Ponsford with Absolutely Awesome in the Amatuer Owner Paint Bred Mare 4 yrs and Over.
Tanya Thomas and SC Undeniabley Grand showing in Hunter In Hand.
Russell Mutimer showing Heza Cool Hancock in the Appaloosa Gelding 4 years and over halter class.
RR Midnight Delight in the Yearling Halter Futurity with Ryan Robinson.
Rebecca Nixon and This Chics No Wimp in the Open Ranch Riding.
Randalwood Icy Confidence, shown by Kathy Randall.
Nornao Sealed With A Kiss, shown by Lisa Patton in the Appaloosa Gelding 4 years and over halter class.
Nicole Morrison showing The Bounty Hunter in Amateur Owner Quarter Horse Gelding 4 years and over Halter class.
KLI Traditional, shown by Krystal Imgram in the Yearling Led Versatility Lungeline
Kevin Gorrie with Good Thinkin Ninty Nine, winner of the 3 years and Over Led Versatility Lunge Line class.
Hotrodder and Jessica Jephson in the Novice Amateur Showmanship Jackpot class.
Helen Barnes with BM Intentional, Supreme Quarter Horse at Halter.
Frances Elliott showing FMM Spectacular Image in the Appaloosa Colt 2 & 3 years halter class.
Darren Sinclair and DGS Rocka Song in the Open Ranch Riding.
Chloe Nesci and Amoretto competing in Youth Ranch Riding.
Carol Schwartz and JNH Totally Sweet in the Amateur Showmanship.
Brumby Lodge Cool Gem shown by Sarah Kealey in the AQHA mare 4 years and over halter class.
Brodie Halliday-Tough shoing Alma Vale Letitgo in Led Versatility Halter 3 years and over.
Ann Priestley showing Cowboys Stylish Pearl in the Amateur Paint Bred mare 4 years and over halter class.
Amanda Madden with Cruising Smokey Hollywood in the Led Versatility Halter 2 yo class.
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Victorian Paint Horse Association held its Southern Spectacular, open to all breeds, at Elmore Events Center Victoria, with Judges Robyn Smith (Victoria) and Mr Craig Rath (Victoria) over March 22 and 23rd 2021. The event drew entrants from New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria, and was a warm up for the Victorian Paint Horse State Championship Show which followed. The program included over 150 classes across the two days, so there was something for everyone. Day One.