2018 Horseware Boneo Cup

Michelle Clinton-Brent and El Nino Vivace in event 3 the open 125cm.
Michelle Clinton-Brent and El Nino Vivace in event 3 the open 125cm.
Jasmine Dennison and Nicolossi having a work out for the Australian Champs next week in the Open 140cm finishing a very acceptable 5th with a time of 73.82.
Jasmine Dennison and Nicolossi having a work out for the Australian Champs next week in the Open 140cm finishing a very acceptable 5th with a time of 73.82.
Olivia Hamood and Carado GHP presented with the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup trophy by Boneo Park director Scott McNaught.
Olivia Hamood and Carado GHP presented with the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup trophy by Boneo Park director Scott McNaught.
Alison Rowland and Oaks Visionary on their way home to take out the Mini Prix. Oaks Visionary is by Vivant out of Legende who is a Landadel mare. 
Oaks Visionary is the mother of Alison's exciting young stallion Oaks Quizzical.
Alison Rowland and Oaks Visionary on their way home to take out the Mini Prix. Oaks Visionary is by Vivant out of Legende who is a Landadel mare. Oaks Visionary is the mother of Alison's exciting young stallion Oaks Quizzical.
Billy Raymont may have put in a red hot round in the Speed 120cm - Table C, but while riding things were really hotting up back at his truck.
Rumour has it Scott McNaught was seen heading towards Billy's truck armed with a fire extinguisher!
It turned out roast pork in the Webber coping a blast.
We're told the crackling was the best ever!
Billy Raymont may have put in a red hot round in the Speed 120cm - Table C, but while riding things were really hotting up back at his truck. Rumour has it Scott McNaught was seen heading towards Billy's truck armed with a fire extinguisher! It turned out roast pork in the Webber coping a blast. We're told the crackling was the best ever!
Billy Raymont (Qld) and Bluecon NZPH showing how it's done in the Speed 120cm - Table C, they took out the event with a hot time of 66.57 (4 pens) from Airlie Robinson Victoria's speed queen on Yalambis Corlandia.
It was a real lesson in line, length and speed. Between fences 11 and 12 Billy turned the 10-11 strides taken by the rest of the field into 9!
Billy Raymont (Qld) and Bluecon NZPH showing how it's done in the Speed 120cm - Table C, they took out the event with a hot time of 66.57 (4 pens) from Airlie Robinson Victoria's speed queen on Yalambis Corlandia. It was a real lesson in line, length and speed. Between fences 11 and 12 Billy turned the 10-11 strides taken by the rest of the field into 9!
Olivia Hamood and Carado GHP by Caretino out of a Corrado I mare showed the field a clean pair of heels to take out the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup.
Olivia Hamood and Carado GHP by Caretino out of a Corrado I mare showed the field a clean pair of heels to take out the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup.
Tom McDermott and Alpha Activity taking good air placed 4th in the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup,
Alpha Activity is by Animate out of the mare Alice, an Aggasi horse.
Tom McDermott and Alpha Activity taking good air placed 4th in the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup, Alpha Activity is by Animate out of the mare Alice, an Aggasi horse.
Crowd favorites Billy Raymont and Anton in the 1st round of the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup. Anton is by Abke out of Hauptstutbuch Gragentina.
Crowd favorites Billy Raymont and Anton in the 1st round of the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup. Anton is by Abke out of Hauptstutbuch Gragentina.
Brook Langbecker and her stallion Quintago 1, a Quidam De Revel horse, working towards their second place in the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup.
Brook Langbecker and her stallion Quintago 1, a Quidam De Revel horse, working towards their second place in the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup.
Jamie Preistly and Courage during the jump off in the Mini Prix coming home 3rd.
Jamie Preistly and Courage during the jump off in the Mini Prix coming home 3rd.
Brook Dobbin and Leopoldo MVNZ having a red hot crack in the Mini Prix.  
Leopoldo MVNZ is a Clinton 1 horse out of Sunday a Quinar mare.
Brook Dobbin and Leopoldo MVNZ having a red hot crack in the Mini Prix. Leopoldo MVNZ is a Clinton 1 horse out of Sunday a Quinar mare.
Hannah Bokanovic and her handy pony Junar Eclipse in the Primary School 80cm.
Hannah Bokanovic and her handy pony Junar Eclipse in the Primary School 80cm.
Amelia Tsilfidis and Prides of Gold on their way to taking out the Interschools 80cm.
Amelia Tsilfidis and Prides of Gold on their way to taking out the Interschools 80cm.
Molly Lawrence and Cracker Jack Candy from the Mornington Peninsula's Toorak College in the Interschool 95cm.
Molly Lawrence and Cracker Jack Candy from the Mornington Peninsula's Toorak College in the Interschool 95cm.
Lucie Aldridge and Twins Royalty having a good day out in the Open 95cm.
Lucie Aldridge and Twins Royalty having a good day out in the Open 95cm.
Claire Freeman, and Kaluna Thunderstruck in the Junior 110cm.
Claire Freeman, and Kaluna Thunderstruck in the Junior 110cm.
Tori Wake and Wonder Flash from Hamilton, Victoria putting together a solid performance in the Junior 110cm.
Tori Wake and Wonder Flash from Hamilton, Victoria putting together a solid performance in the Junior 110cm.
Alison Rowland and Oaks Visionary enjoying their victory in the 2018 Boneo Cup Mini Prix.
Alison Rowland and Oaks Visionary enjoying their victory in the 2018 Boneo Cup Mini Prix.
Lola Moran and Trafalgar Twist enjoying their round in the Junior 110cm.
Lola Moran and Trafalgar Twist enjoying their round in the Junior 110cm.
Abbey Page and Riverlad in the open 115cm, put in a clean round but unfortuately finished out of the money. Looking forward to watching this combination at next weeks nationals.  Riverlad is by Riverman out of Graceful Night bred by Joy Baldwin.
Abbey Page and Riverlad in the open 115cm, put in a clean round but unfortuately finished out of the money. Looking forward to watching this combination at next weeks nationals. Riverlad is by Riverman out of Graceful Night bred by Joy Baldwin.
The master Laurie Lever and City Lights from Somerville, Victoria, clear jumping but taking 1 time to finish out of the money in the Open 115cm.
The master Laurie Lever and City Lights from Somerville, Victoria, clear jumping but taking 1 time to finish out of the money in the Open 115cm.
Maddison Stephen and Yalambi's Grazi just a smidge slow in the open 140cm taking 1 time penalty to finish out of the money in 15th position.
Maddison Stephen and Yalambi's Grazi just a smidge slow in the open 140cm taking 1 time penalty to finish out of the money in 15th position.
Clem Smith (QLD) and Delilah had a great hit out for the Australian Show Jumping Championships in strong competition taking out the Open 125cm Div A with a score of 68.15.
Clem Smith (QLD) and Delilah had a great hit out for the Australian Show Jumping Championships in strong competition taking out the Open 125cm Div A with a score of 68.15.
Scottie Barclay and the talented Lily Elmare in the Open 125cm. Bred by Elmare Warmbloods, she is by Copabella Visage.
Scottie Barclay and the talented Lily Elmare in the Open 125cm. Bred by Elmare Warmbloods, she is by Copabella Visage.
Ally Lamb and Denison Park Discovery finishing out of the money with 1 fault and a time of 89.64 in the Open 125cm.
Ally Lamb and Denison Park Discovery finishing out of the money with 1 fault and a time of 89.64 in the Open 125cm.
Kate Hinschen and Kaluna Salute finishing 10th with a score of 72.42 in event 1, Open 120cm.
Kate Hinschen and Kaluna Salute finishing 10th with a score of 72.42 in event 1, Open 120cm.
Brooke Langbecker and stallion Beijing LS La Silla in event 1 the 120cm coming in in 19th position with a score of 76.00.
Brooke Langbecker and stallion Beijing LS La Silla in event 1 the 120cm coming in in 19th position with a score of 76.00.
Jane Powell and Hemsworth completed their round in the 120cm with a score of 76.67.
Jane Powell and Hemsworth completed their round in the 120cm with a score of 76.67.



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What a busy time it is at Boneo Park 18-22 October saw the Australian dressage Championships, this weekend was the2018 Horseware Boneo Cup and starting Wednesday 7 November is the Australian Show Jumping Championships.
Equestrian sport in Australia is blessed to have a facility of the quality Boneo Park is. Surfaces, stabling, camping and amenities are excellent. And now the new administration restaurant and auditorium are nearing completion Boneo Park is taking on a real international feel. Furthermore the McNaught family and the Boneo Park team always work hard to deliver a well run and efficient event.
The Boneo Cup always attracts a large quality field, this year was no exception and many competitors used the event as a lead in to the Australian Show Jumping Championships. Over the course of the three days of the Cup we saw over 1500 rounds of show jumping.
Highlights of the weekend were many. It was fabulous to see Billy Raymont in action recently returned from Austrtalia’s most successful international show jumping campaign at the Tyron World Equestrian Games. Saturday afternoon Billy gave us a lesson in efficiency, line, length and speed in the Speed 120cm – Table C, against a quality field including international representatives Vicki Roycroft, Russell Morrison and Clem Smith. But Billy didn’t get it all his way Airlie Robinson and Yalambis Corlandia the always popular Victorian speed combination gave him a good run for his money coming in second 0.3 of a second behind.
Sunday, pay day, the Mini Prix and the 2018 Horseware Boneo Cup we were all holding out for. The Mini Prix field consisted of over 60 quality starters and after a jump off with over 20 starters it was Alison Rowland and Oaks Visionary who won the day, congratulations Alison! The minor placings went to Brook Dobbin and Leopoldo MVNZ and Jamie Priestly and Courage third.
Horseware Boneo Cup 2018 was what we had all been holding our breath for a field of 29 was listed to start. As if on queue the sun came out making conditions perfect and the competitors including Australia’s best, Billy Raymont, the inform Tom McDermott, Oliva Hamood, Brook Dobbin, Ally Lamb, Brooke Lanbecker, Clem Smith just to name a few came out and walked the David Sheppard designed and built course. Time to jump the Cup! After the first round you could throw a blanket over the field. But the cream rose to the top in the jump off with Olivia Hamood and Carado GHP prevailing to take out the cup with Brooke Langbecker and Quintango 1 second, Billy Raymont and Anton third.
Congratulations Olivia!

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