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3 Monday was Grand Prix day in all the rings. Ring 1 began The action in the other rings finished in time to watch with two power and speed classes to get the riders the final class in Ring 1, the Young Rider Grand Prix. warmed up. Junior rider Lane Clarke continued his fine John Vallance’s course invited three clear rounds into an form with a win on GH Tiger Lilly. Nicole Cherry won the exciting jump off. Three others were clear but received young rider class on Banshee Houdini ahead of Greer time penalties so were not able to challenge for the top Butcher and Ben Blay. The Child Jumper Grand Prix had three places. Nicholas Sheehan was the first rider onto 30 starters and the inviting course saw half the class the course in the second round aboard the gorgeous through to the second round. Lane Clarke was again stallion Umbro Lod. Lavki Z. A very careful round in a the winner, this time on GH Rambo. Katrin Lee Turner time of 59.71 seconds had them clear but they received 6 followed on Clarksym Sher and Jamie Priestly on The Dark time penalties. Next out was James Arkins on Dreamtime Horse was 3rd. Invader. He was very quick but the last turn was just too tight and they had a run out. He quickly represented The Junior Grand Prix proved more challenging with just and finished with a rail and just one time penalty. Greer two clear riders into the jump off. Georgie Harvey on Butcher entered the ring on Twins Landsong with a rail Chris Burton’s Glenorchy Hope rode a great second round in hand, but she didn’t need it leaving all the rails up in a in a time of 41.10. Zac Hopkinson on Layland had a rail great time of 44.92 seconds. to finish in 2nd with Jake Hunter the fastest of the first round four faulters on Midnight Rock. Luckily Joyce Brook was on hand to rally the crowd for the presentations and to explain the final placings to The Pony Jumper Grand Prix in Ring 2 had most riders those watching. In a grand prix the total score decide through to the second round. Elizabeth Koob was the the final standings, not the usual clear round so the large fastest in round 2 but knocked a rail ending in 5th place. number of time penalties Nicholas received dropped him Of the four clear riders Courtney Swan from Tasmania and out of second place despite being clear. Monique Barrett the Pinto stallion Wellbrook Fire and Ice was the fastest was 4th on Deo Juvante, Caitlin Lyndon on Riverside in a time of 40.54. Sigi Schneider and Jasper da Bomb Freedom 5th and Danielle Butcher on Twins Quantum were second, Hayley Hill and Royal Palms Maestro third were 6th. and Valentina Aliprandi on The Mad Hatter fourth. At the end of the weekend there was already talk of the Other winners in ring 2 were Lee Yonge and Billy Elliot, upcoming Young Horse qualifier at Northside Riding Club Lachlan Wicks and Mr Music, Jacob Wells and Alumeah and the Summer Classic at the Sydney International Simply True and Alysha Verwey on Imperial Jacket won Equestrian Centre. The Equestrian Sports Promotions both the Young Rider Grand Prix and the Power and Speed team never rests! Class. Rachel Smith The winners in Ring 3 on Monday were Chelsea McCarthy and Jurah Cameo, Jessie Rice-Ward and Rocmysocs, 1 Jaimie Winning and Brook Campbell were on hand at the three day Lauren Rose and Time Lord, Claudia Burns and Amaranda festival to help their young riders including Georgie Harvey Laura Bell, Lucy Evans and Webb and Aaron Irwin and 2 Eliana Dery and Beach Boy Bart from the Gostelow Equestrian Team Shadow. were 10th in the Novice Junior Speed Class with 56.85 seconds 3 Sunset at Aussie Youth Festival 65 All pics this story Furdography


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