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3 4 5 Pony of the Year - Kamilaroi Kismet Horse of the Year - DP Mayfair Kamilaroi Kismet is a bay riding pony gelding by Kirreway DP Mayfair was purchased for Annabel Mulready by her Windsong. In 2011 his best results were Top 10 Grand mum Debbie in May 2011. He was no stranger to success National Small Saddle Pony, 1st in the Open Pony Hack having won numerous champions including Sydney Royal 12 hands and not exceeding 12.2 hands at Canberra and winning the National Champion Small Hack of the Royal, Top 10 at the Pacific Coast Hack Championships, Year at the 2011 Grand National Championships with Champion Small Pony at the Equestrian NSW Horse of his previous owner Marianne Marshall. This certainly set the Year and he capped off the year with Champion Small the bar high for his new young rider but with the help of Pony at the EA National Show Horse Championships in mum and her instructors Mark and Malcolm from M and Werribee. His rider, Stephanie Jamieson, is your typical M Performance Horses, Annabel rose to the challenge 10 year old girl that fell in love with horses from a very and took him to his first show just 2 months after his young age. Together they are now on the ENSW Youth purchase and won her first Champion Hack on him. A Development Squad. month later she travelled to the Royal Adelaide Show to win his open hack class. She then went on to win the Stephanie was very excited to be at the awards alongside Show Horse Council’s Champion Small Hack of the Year the best of the best in equestrian sport. at the Horse of the Year Show and then later that year Show Hunter of the Year - Stealing Time the most prestigious Equestrian Australia’s National Champion Small Hack of the Year. Stealing Time (Tully) came to the attention of Brittany Gater through a special chain of events. He wouldn’t Vaulting load on the truck – twice - to transport him away to the knackery – hence his name. Friend, Andrew Arygle, Presented by Lyn Lynch, Chair of Vaulting NSW liked him, took him to Shane Rose who broke him in, but unfortunately for Andrew he didn’t have enough time to Young Athlete of the Year - Eliza Wark-Chapman spend with him due to the outbreak of EI. He was then 15 year old Eliza is from Bathurst placed 5th in her first taken on by Brittany. CVI** in Sydney in 2011 and is the current holder of In his two years of showing under the category of Show the NSW State Champion Pas de deux. Eliza resides in Hunter Mark Tarrant has trained and ridden Tully to Bathurst and is part of the Western Region Academy of win eight major events in a row, making him the true Sport’s Lone Star Programme for elite level country area champion he is today. In 2011 he won Champion Show athletes. Hunter at the ENSW Horse of the Year and Champion Show Hunter Small Hack at the EA National Show Horse Encouragement Award - Clare Watts and Rider Champs, Werribee. Clare won this award for her continued her passion with vaulting for 18 years. Longevity in the sport is extremely important and Vaulting NSW believes we should be encouraging those who work hard at their chosen sport, even though they are not always trophy winners. Clare is a quiet achiever and over the last 4 years, she has worked consistently with her mother Linda, and her own horse, Senor Casablanca (Rudi) to achieve her goals. She is a frequent and enthusiastic participant at vaulting clinics in NSW and Canberra. Clare runs her own business of personal training, pilates 1) Annabel Mulready with Joanne Prestwidge and massage therapy. She enjoys interacting with people 2) Angela Rodham and encouraging them to be the best they can be. 3) Eliza Wark Chapman 4) Stephanie Jamieson 5) Clare Watts 109


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