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3 In the Equestrian NSW Ring 2 Georgie Lucas began a successful weekend with a clean sweep of the Young Rider Speed Class. Her three horses were fast and clean with Try My Best the fastest in a time of 57.12. Nicholas Sheehan and Bonaventure were 4th in a time of 63.89 and Sarina Jurkiewicz on Emmaville Dimension were 5th. Georgie also won the final class on Saturday in ring 1 on Try My Best. Lane Clarke and Lachlan Wicks continued to shine winning the next two classes in Ring 2. Grady’n Stone and Northern Alquivera were also victorious with 4 a win in the Novice Young Rider Class. The Novice Junior Rider class was won by Shannon Turner and Step Sister, the Junior Rider class was won by Georgie Harvey and The overall placings in the Category B Class had Lachlan Glenorchy Hope. Wicks and his nominated FEI horse Mr MacGreggor in 1st In the Equestrian Sports Promotions Ring 3 the cute with zero penalties over the 4 rounds. Mitch Beale and factor was prominent with tiny riders and equally tiny Wizardry were 2nd with 4 penalties, Sophie Ahmat and ponies lining the edges of the arena. Heidi Kennedy and Serene Dream were 3rd with 8 penalties, Nicakaela Malby Tarragon Park Denver won the Pony Jumper 60cm class. was the fastest 12 faulter to finish 4th and Jacob Wells Jessie Rice Ward and Rocmysocs won the Child Jumper and Vancouver Park Dollar Girl were 5th. 60cm Class and Matilda Seppelt won the Open Jumper Emily Mann picked up 1 time penalty in the Category 60cm class on Bradyvale Masterpiece. The Pony Jumper A class but was clear and happy with KS Patches over 75cm Power and Speed Class was won by Jacob Wells the challenging track. Lane Clarke had a rail on GH and Alumeah Simply True. Lachlan Wicks made the dash Tiger Lilly, as did Jake Hunter and Jessica Knox. Steph from the main arena in time to win the Child Jumper class Mackillop and Alcheringa Tradition were clear in a time of on Mr Music and Lauren Rose on Time Lord won the Open 71.33 putting them in a great position going into the final Jumper 75cm Power and Speed Class. The final class round. Emily Mann repeated her careful round picking up finished as the mist came up and the sun set adding to another time penalty to finish on a score of 2 winning the the wonderful atmosphere, but causing the judge to ring class. Lane Clarke was the quickest in a time of 66.10 the bell quickly to keep the riders moving through the but knocked another rail to finish in 3rd place. Jessica start. Knox was eliminated. Steph rode carefully, knowing if she The final rounds of the FEI Children’s jumping classes kept all the rails up she would be the winner of the class were on first up on Sunday in Arena 1. Five riders posted but she picked up a rail and one time penalty keeping clear rounds with Lachlan Macgregor the fastest of them. her in 2nd place. Jake Hunter was the overall winner of Nickaela Malby, Jessica Tripp, Mitch Beale and Lachlan’s Category A. second horse Music Master were all well placed to win Action in Ring 2 began with a Junior AM5. Almost perfect the class as they entered the final round. Lachlan again course building had just 9 riders through to the second went clear on both his horses finishing in 1st and 2nd. round, providing a perfect jump off situation. Only four Sadly for Jessica Tripp a nasty fall ended her round, but rider were clear in the second round with Suzy Willis the she was able to walk from the course. Mitch Beale and fastest on Blue Jay in a time of 34.82. Sarah Beale and Nickaela Malby both knocked one rail, allowing Sophie Alpha Centauri were 2nd, Samantha Tripp on the lovely Ahmat and Serene Dream who were fast and clear in the Flowervale Diamond were 3rd and Cassandra Looveer on second round to move into 3rd place. Mitch was 4th and Puma Des Hayettes was 4th. Nickaela was 5th. The Young Rider AM5 followed this and again the designer got it just right with 10 clear first rounds. Georgie Lucas had yet another win this time on Star Peptalk. Nicolas Sheehan on Bonaventure was 2nd followed by Emmaville Dimension and Danielle Butcher on Twins Quantum. 63


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