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Aaron Hadlow well out of contention. Eight riders went through to the second round. The wet ground took its toll with Clare Watkinson and With Love eliminated at 4b. Andrew Edwards had a number of rails and a refusal with Precious to finish in 7th place. Martin Gostelow and Carrasino knocked a rail and had 4 time penalties giving them 8 penalties and putting them in 6th place. Brooke Campbell had two time penalties and one rail to finish with 6 penalties in 5th just behind Kirsty McPaul and Yesterday’s Hero. Bonnie Martin and Bellerose R had a rail giving them 3rd place. Troy Johnson was clear in a 1 time of 49.95 seconds on Fifa La Viva but Emma Smith took another 2 seconds off this time giving her another victory with Ego Casablanca. pressure on with a great time of 54.13 seconds. Emma Sarah Dreverman won the 1.10m FEI Category B Class Smith was close to his time on Wondaree Ash adding on Saturday with the striking Emmaville Mosaic in a nothing to her first round score of zero. Rod Mcqueen, great second round time of 56.82 seconds. Rebecca Sam Fasher, Martin Gostelow and Clare Watkinson were Seckold on Cool Decision was second, Daniel Thuillier on also clear finishing with zero penalties but none were able Yaramlea Excalibur was third, Jess Farrell on Cecil was to better Aaron who kept the lead until Shannon returned fourth and Clare Watkinson on Lovegrove was fifth. In to the ring taking 2 seconds off the time to win the class. Sunday’s Category B class no riders had zero penalties Rod was fourth behind Emma in third with Sam in fifth in both rounds. Jim Scobie was the fastest of the four place. faulters on Ryles to win the class in a second round The Category A Amateurs returned to the ring on Sunday time of 54.98 seconds. Jim’s nominated horse Squirtle for the second competition in the Australian leg of the finished with 16 penalties. Sally-Ann Gemenis on Lady World Challenge. Emma Smith on Wondaree Ash was first Scherezde was second and Clare Watkinson on Lovegrove out, going clear in a good time of 59.6 seconds. Fifteen was third. Rebecca Seckold had 8 penalties on Cool riders joined her to take zero penalties through to the Decision to finish in fourth, just ahead of Aaron Hadlow second round with Jennifer Mitchell on her lovely grey and Ballycastle Big Jim. The overall FEI World Jumping Sweetshot the only clear who was faster than Emma Challenge Category B winner was Clare Watkinson on in round one. A clear second round gave Jen fourth Lovegrove. Rebecca Seckold on Cool Decision was 2nd place. Emma won the class in a great time of 56.17 and Yukie Omorie on It’ll Happen was third. seconds with her second ride, Ego Cassablanca, not her The MJM Category B Grand Prix on Monday was won by nominated FEI horse. Wandaree Ash took a rail at fence Jim Scobie on Ryles. Grace Long on Isabella was second, 3a giving them 6th place. Troy Johnson and Fifa La Viva Aaron Hadlow on BB Jim was third, Jess Farrell on Cecil were second just 0.06 seconds ahead of Sam Fasher was fourth and Andrew Edwards on Wilbur was fifth. and World News who were third and Vicki Brighton on Mr Fugitive were fifth. The Equissentials 1m Category C amateur class on Saturday was won by Yukie Omori on Liaison. Linda Sam was the only competitor to finish with zero penalties Spence on KP Vallota was second, Aaron Hadlow on over the four rounds giving him victory in the Australian Bunyarra Ridge Tostig was 3rd, Wendy Hofman on Rolling leg of the World Challenge. Emma Smith on Wondaree was fourth and Jane Robinson on Rain was fifth. The Ash was second as the fastest of the four faults and Open Class was won by junior rider Jessica Tripp on Kings Aaron Hadlow was third on BB Albury. Loyal Subject. Jess also placed 2nd on Carrawan Shahri. Despite the arrival of the rain that had washed out most Team Mackillop took home 3rd and 4th and another competitions scheduled around Sydney all weekend, junior, Kirrily Mann on Jive Talking, was fifth. Keeping up Monday’s CK Equestrian Category A Grand Prix provided appearances for the adults was Todd Hinde who was 6th another thrilling competition between the Amateurs, on Oaks Castanza this time keen to score points in the Jumping NSW Amateur of the Year Series. BB Albury seemed a little tired and racked up 12 penalties in the first round putting 70


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