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2 3 Bronze Tour NSW had four rides in the class. The first two screeched to a standstill at the big triple bar but the next two were The Bronze Tour was run in the James & Sons Premium the only horses in the competition to go clear, giving Feeds Arena. Valentina Aliprandi was the only rider to him 1st and 2nd place with TJ Cocamo and Dreamtime have 4 clear rounds to be awarded the FEI Children’s Invader. The fastest four faulter was Sarina Jurkiewicz on Bronze Tour Champion. The runners up were Serena CW Walnut Brown giving her third place followed by Ryan Brookes and second runner up Georgie Grove both Towns on Noble Eros and Kelly Slater on He’s Crafty. The finishing on 4 faults and good times. most spectacular save of the weekend went to Monique What a difference a day made! The pouring rain and Barrett who was completely unseated by a massive jump mud vanished almost overnight and the remaining show from Deo Juvante. She showed some amazing acrobatic jumping occurred in near perfect conditions under blue skills to pull herself back in the saddle and completed the skies. Those that stayed were rewarded with a great course with just 5 penalties and a massive smile for the day of jumping. With rugs on offer in every class, the cheering spectators. competitors were keen to shine as brightly as the Steve Spencer from Saddleworld in Mittagong was thrilled sun! The biggest turnout was for the Junior Grand Prix at being involved in the event. This was Saddleworld’s where nearly 40 up and coming stars from around the country battled it out over a tough John Vallance track. Samantha Tripp from Duffys Forest, NSW recovered from a spectacular tumble off Romantic Dream on Sunday to jump a lovely clear round with the grey mare but had a time penalty that stopped her proceeding to the 2nd phase. Determined not to repeat the error with her second horse she piloted Flowervale Diamond round the track in quick time and moved into the next stage. Sam was joined by four other promising juniors for the deciding jump off. Jamie-Rose Torzillo started well but was eliminated giving her 5th place in the 40 strong class. Sam and Flowervale Diamond were clear in a time of 47.32 seconds that secured them 4th place. Jade McCusker and WF Lightfoot were 3rd in a time of 44.65 seconds, just a fraction of a second slower than Sophie Ahmat and Mon Amie on a time of 44.55 seconds. The winner was Yandoo Team member Maddy Smouha Ho who took more than a second off Sophie’s time to the delight of her coach Jamie Winning and the rest of the Yandoo team which erupted in loud cheers from the sideline. Equally as exciting was the Young Rider Grand Prix over a very demanding John Vallance track. James Arkins from 1) Too many is never enough! 4 2) Brooke Langbecker from Queensland took the lead in the FEI Children’s Jumping Gold Tour after two rounds 3) Riley Mackillop and Our Great Show had a great show 4) Izabelle Stone and Kinnordy Giuliani Photos: Furdography 73


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