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1 2 3 4 The new Equestrian NSW Interschool Committee has Jumping Reserve Champion worked well and we have been very pleased with the – Jake Hunter riding Oh I Say outcome so far. We had an incredibly hard working team Showman Champion of Vicki Burgess, Judy Fasher, Michelle Becchio, Ming – Teegan Ashby riding Rockingham No Reason Thompson, Tina Stafford, Liz Jones, Jenny Denby, Joanne Showman Reserve Champion Cocksedge, Linda Beneke, Debbie Bugden, Wendy Cohen – Kathleen Evans riding Lord Baxter and Elysha Sargent as the core committee group. Most of Vaulting Champion – Reilly O’Byrne Inglis them are still with us so the experience can’t have been Vaulting Reserve Champion – Natalie McNeill too bad! Junior Age Champion – Jade Fangmeier riding Koorana Desert Chimes The NSW State Interschool Championships were again Junior Reserve Champion held in March and we were blessed with good weather – Phoebe Wilkinson riding Farleigh Havana and a smoothly run event for the new committee. We Intermediate Age Champion were fortunate to have Jim and Babs Sweeney assist – Josephine Laver riding AR Flex us as stable managers, Wendy Haberland working in Intermediate Reserve Champion the catering department, Susie Kearns scoring, Rod – Rachel Adam riding Neversfelde Whisper Winchester parking and stewarding amongst his many Senior Age Champion jobs, Fiona Hughes on the PA and Selina Sylvester helped – Teegan Ashby riding Rockingham No Reason us with her veterinary skills. Senior Reserve Champion Entries were accepted through the Nominate online – Tiffany Bignold riding Glo-Brook Legend system for the first time and it solved quite a few With such a big event one of the main issues was trying headaches for the organisers and an incredible amount of to fit everyone in to all of their classes. There were many paperwork. Online entries seem to definitely be the way tired horses and riders on the final day and people were forward and Nominate were so helpful and easy to deal trying to rush to get to all of their classes so we have with. decided to run the event over an extra day in 2011 - this There were approximately 450 entries over the five will aid in the running of the event from the organising disciplines of dressage, eventing, showman, jumping and point of view and also hopefully give the competitors vaulting. New England Girls School won both the Junior more rest time in between. and Senior Overall Championships but the competition We had little sponsorship but a small selection of trade was very tight with other schools also in the running stands and hope to build on this further. with Frensham the Reserve Champion Senior School and Arndell Anglican College the Reserve Champion Junior Overall we think the event was quite positive – some of School. the issues that we had encountered in previous years were ironed out but as always new ones appeared. With Other champions were: the enthusiasm and trouble shooting abilities of the Combined Training Champion committee we hope to have an even bigger and better – Georgina Macintyre riding Bogan event in 2011. Combined Training Reserve Champion – Nicola Fleming riding Marena Marmalade Magic Dressage Champion 1 Sancha Butler – Dressage at the State Champs – Jane Doak riding Pacific Prophet 2 Jumping at the State Champs 3 Richard Knight on Lady Bunchalliance – Equitation at the State Champs/ Dressage Reserve Champion Main Event – Katherine Farrell riding Summerzar Imagery 4 Dressage competitor at the State Champs Eventing Champion 5 Showman dressage at the State Champs – Abbey Wicks riding Willowcroft Regal Ensign 6 Mikayla McVicar on Jolly - Showman at the State Champs/Main Event Eventing Reserve Champion 7 Cross Country – State Champs 8 Jane Doak on Pacific Prophet – Dressage at State Champs/Main Event – Teegan Ashby riding Rockingham No Reason 9 Showman at the State Champs Jumping Champion 10 Allison Charles on Petty Cash – XC at the State Champs/Main Event – Samantha Tripp riding Currowan Shahri 11 Jumpers waiting patiently – State Champs 52 12 Intro Eventing, Hannah Dick on Will ‘o’ Blanc – State Champs/Main Event


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