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5 6 Eventing Presented by Neale Lavis, OAM and Wyatt Thompson Junior Pre Novice Rider - Jordyn Faint In 2012 Jordyn started competing at Pre-Novice on her 13 year old TB, Will Do Turner. After selling him in September she moved on to Benji’s Duke, a 7 year old TB and is hoping to compete him at 1 star early this year.In 2012, Jordyn worked extremely hard, competing at 21 events with a total of 38 rides, 20 of which were at Pre Novice level. Jordyn has three horses ready to compete in 2013, Benji’s Duke at Pre Novice, Mighty Angus at Preliminary and her 5 year old Warmblood Evergreen Jackpot that she is planning on starting. Jordyn has been coached by Christine Bates who has inspired and challenged her to strive for more. Young Athlete of the Year - Anna Moxham Anna Moxham commenced 2012 as Captain of the New England Girls Grammar School Equestrian team. The school went on to win the NSW Interschool Champion School at the 2012 Equestrian NSW Interschool competition. She was also co-captain for the NSW State Interschool Eventing Team at the National Championships held in Queensland. Anna competed at these events at 1 star level and placed in fourth, winning the Expo 1 star class. During 2012 Anna competed her horse Cullendore Trigger at Scone, Tamworth, Quirindi, Wingham, and Denman at 1 star level, consistently winning the Junior prizes and often placing in the top three positions in open competition. Athlete of the Year – Roycroft Trophy - Shane Rose 2012 was a rollercoaster year for Shane. The year started well with Shane placing first and second in the 3* at Sydney CNC and also winning the 2* at the same event. Shane then won the 1*, 2* and 3* at Scone CNC followed by a 3* win at Albury CIC. A quick trip across ‘the ditch’ to New Zealand saw Shane win the Kihikihi CIC 3* and assist the Australian team win the Trans Tasman trophy. Shane returned to Australia and within days had won the Exhibition Eventing class at Sydney Royal, second year in a row. At the end of April, Shane and his mount Taurus won the Olympic selection event at the Sydney Three Day Event and claimed a place on the team for the London Olympics. Sadly an injury to Taurus just days before the Games saw Shane withdrawn from the team. Also in 2012, Shane placed 2nd at the Melbourne CCI3* on APH Moritz, 2nd at the Camden Equestriad CIC3* on Statford Neo and 1st at Berrima CIC3*. Shane defended his 2011 title when he won the Equitana Exhibition Eventing Grand Final on the up and coming star Virgil. Shane was also the recipient of the 2012 Anna Savage Memorial Trophy award which is awarded to the best and fairest Australian event rider. This was the fourth time Shane has been the recipient of this award. Horse of the Year – Salad Days/Kibah Tic Toc Trophy and Owner of the Year - APH Moritz and Moritz Syndicate 2012 was an outstanding year for APH Moritz. He achieved the following results: • 2nd Albury CNC 3* • 1st Albury CIC3* • 5th Camden CIC3* • 2nd Melbourne International Three Day Event CCI 3* • 1st Berrima CIC3* • 2nd NSW State Championships (Goulburn) CIC3* • 2nd Canberra CIC3* The Moritz Syndicate is made up of Margaret and Ted Ledner, Jamie McDonald and Lee Hokianga, Karin Perkins and Christine Doan. Together they own APH Moritz who was purchased as a green four year old. This group has supported Moritz through the grades and is now enjoying ownership of a very successful upper level horse. 1) Daniella Dierks and Kate Farrell – Dressage Horse of the Year – Luxor 118 2) Eventing Young Athlete of Year – Anna Moxham 3) Eventing Junior Pre Novice Rider – Jordyn Faint with Neale Lavis and Wyatt Thompson 4) Equestrian NSW Staff; Susie Burns, Sue Birch, Wendy Cohen, Andrea Webb, Elysha Sargent and Nichole Knox 5) Shane Rose – Eventing Athlete of Year 6) Eventing Horse and Owners of the Year - APH Moritz Syndicate with Neale Lavis and Wyatt Thompson Images by SWD Images 123


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