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4 5 CIC2* saw many more clear and under time rounds. The Berrima – 9-10 April fastest round of the two star was recorded by young Joseph Waldron and Springvale All Black who finished Berrima’s autumn event attracted ten riders in the Ranvet on their dressage score of 58.2 and 7th place. The class CNC3* class with Emma Mason and F1 Pharinelli easily winner was Stuart Tinney on Rubino, followed by Nikki winning the class from start to finish. This was a feat Richardson on Knightrider. repeated by John Twomey and Wade Equine Flaunt It who went one better than Emma and actually finished the The large class of 45 in the CIC* was led from start Tertini Wines CNC2* on his winning dressage score. to finish by Shane Rose and Il Vici with 47.9 penalties, closely followed by Judith Clarke and My Belissimo with In the Horsewerks CNC* the class started with one of 49.9. Teegan Ashby placed 3rd on her dressage score of the Armstrong sisters, Annabel, at the top of the leader 51.2 and was the highest placed junior. board after a great test with Jack In A Box. However by the time the class finished Annabel had dropped down the Three star jumping was run in reverse order, but as he board, thanks to a run off cross country, which allowed had three rides, Chris Burton went early on Haruzac her sister, Emma, to win the class. Emma, who had been posting the only clear round, moving him up to 5th place. lying fourth after dressage with Cassilis Park Pendragon, Shane Rose had four penalties on Taurus and finished was one of only five combinations to finish on their 4th. Natalie Blundell had two rails and a time penalty, dressage score, which in Emma’s case left her nearly nine and finished 3rd. Chris again jumped clear on Leilani with marks ahead of second placed Tania Harding riding Jirrima just one time penalty. He then rode Under Discussion, Yorkshire. Emma scored her second win of the weekend knowing he needed to jump clear to win on this horse. in the Equiscape Photography pre novice class riding Unfortunately, he had a rail and 5 time penalties to finish Hass while her fiancé, Gordon Bishop, rode AEA Fantail to in 2nd. Holstein Park Leilani had won the CCI3* class for victory in the Highland Drilling Pre Novice. Both of them the second year in succession. led from start to finish ... not a bad double act! Of course Berrima’s draw card has always been for those lower level riders who may be competing at their first introductory or preliminary event. The dressage arenas are not in full view of too many people (very important when you are not sure if your horse is going to make it round a corner), the showjumping course is now enclosed by beautiful post and rail fencing (so no worries about running through bunting) and the cross country course is challenging but do-able. 1) Scone - Shane and Taurus 2) Scone - Amanda Young and Bijou II 6 3) Scone - Junior rider Emma Bickley and Sulsa 4) Albury - Andrew Cooper and Vintage Rose 9th in the Pre Novice 5) Berrima - Tania Harding and Jirrima Yorkshire 6) Albury - Elizabeth Hughes and Robert Henry 35


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