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2 Riders came to Lynton from far and wide which the Event Riding the very attractive Jack In A Box, Annabel Convenor, Neil Kennedy, was happy about. “It’s great to breezed round the cross country course finishing around attract the interstate riders. I suppose it’s not too bad a 20 seconds under time. A clear show jumping round drive for the Victorian riders to come up, but I’m always wrapped up the performance and while Amanda Ross amazed with the likes of Kevin McNab coming all the way was delighted with William Wordsworth’s performance down from Queensland. I think it’s been a good event on of a double clear a few time penalties dropped them the whole. We haven’t had any major problems with the back to finish fourth. “He gave me a great ride,” said course, but equally I think it gave the riders of all levels Amanda. “After saying at Melbourne that he will do 1* plenty to think about. I’m always pleased when all the for the rest of the year I’m now thinking he is ready for a riders go out, come back in one piece and go home … 2* run.” Amanda Ross was equally happy with her young then life gets a chance to return to normal for a little preliminary horse, Loxley, who also led the dressage and while.” went on to win section B. The CIC2* was won by Shane Rose riding the super The Pre Novice A was won by George Sheridan, riding talented Virgil, who is owned by long-time friends Double Rivers Bond, who added nothing to their fifth Michelle Hasibar and her husband Brett Jones along with placed dressage score of 50.4. In section B Tallara Shane and Niki. “All the horses I had here this weekend Barwick, who had been leading the class after dressage were pretty green at their level and this was Virgil’s on A Horse Called Wanda, lost her lead after a stop cross second 2* start,” said Shane. “He did a super dressage country. Luckily Tallara had also been lying second with test, which put us in the lead, and was great cross Salamanca and with clear cross country and show jump country. We did have one problem where I just sort of rounds she won the class ahead of Alice Montgomery and galloped past one of my fences and then realizing what I Crown Prosecutor. Bridget Crosato and Silenzio II won the had done had to turn around and jump it … and we still pre novice junior section. only picked up a few time penalties,” he added happily. The winner of preliminary A, Rebekah Thompson, received Some five marks behind Shane was Stevie-Jade Shakoff a big cheer from the crowd not just because she was a riding Tickety Boo, while Christine Bates finished third on local but she is also on the Lynton organizing committee, CP Qualified. Christine had also enjoyed good results on responsible for the publicity of the event. Riding Ladyship, her two 3* horses, finishing fourth on the Sydney CCI3* who she bought from Ann Barber, another regular winner Adelaide Hill and sixth with Delago. volunteer of the event, Rebekah moved up from fifth after With two riders, Annabel Armstrong and Amanda Ross, on dressage thanks to clear show jumping and cross country equal dressage scores leading the dressage, competition rounds where the pair added just 1.6 time penalties to was tough in the CIC*. A determined Annabel wasn’t their score of 57. Preliminary C was won by dressage going to let anyone take ‘her’ dressage lead away and leader Cassie Lowe riding Homeward Bound. she went on to complete the rest of the event penalty free, finishing on her dressage score of 46.9. 1) NSW Championships - John Twomey on Highly Recomended in 2 star 2) NSW Championships - Emma Mason and F1 Pharinelli in action 45


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