Despite the absence of a World Cup Qualifying round this year a fantastic three days of Jumping was held at Gatton over the weekend. Sponsored by Pryde’s EasiFeed, classes were conducted over fences starting at 0.80m up to 1.40m, on two arenas over three days. The program also featured four classes conducted by the TSHA.
The feature class of the weekend was an open class, conducted over 1.35-1.40m which saw some excellent jumping, with the first seven placegetters all recording double clears. Olivia Hamood was well rewarded for making the trip down from Kilcoy by finishing first, third and seventh in the event. The win was taken in combination with her 10-year-old mare, Knock Out 111, while she paired with Alan 111 Z to fill third place. Second place went to the consistent Sam Overton and Oaks Cassanova, who also placed second in the Saturday 1.35m class.
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