Show Hunters:- Best Novice Show Hunter Pony of this years show was Yindarla Park Sienna Rose owned by Harry Beckel. Winner of the small pony class Bamborough Special Girl, over 12 hands winner Raleigh Picture Perfect, 13 – 14 hands winner Leanda Ace Of Diamonds, Lightweight Melody Park Heavenly Pearl and Heavyweight Cohen Park Sinatra, were in for the championships. Champion Show Hunter Pony Victoria Gorst’s Leanda Ace Of Diamonds with reserve Marriott & Edwards Cohen Park Sinatra.

Best Novice Show Hunter Galloway Carole Lindeman’s Silkwood Playboy. Open Show Hunter Galloway 14-14.2 hand winner was Alyson Emery’s Ridgeview Park French Lace, 14.2-15 winner was Shauna Chaplin’s Lancefield Park Rajah, another super type and the Lightweight winner Silkwood Playboy, Heavyweight winner Orleans Graetz Redline Classic Edition.

The Championship was won by Ridgeview Park French Lace, what can you say, this horse has everything going for it, super type with even paces, the ideal show hunter! Reserve was Lancefield Park Rajah.

Best Novice Show Hunter Hack was Lesley Burrows Dark Secrets. Open Show Hunter 15-15.2 hands Sue Brownrigg’s Luminescent, 15.2-16 hands Jamie Carson’s HB Beautiful Encounter, over 16 hands Elizabeth Krog’s Di Cavalli Don Sebastian, lightweight winner Laura Thomas’s On Fire and heavyweight winner Christine Frost’s Elmdale Park Presidential.

The championship went to HB Beautiful Encounter beautifully shown and presented by Romsey Park, and reserve was Di Cavalli Don Sebastian.

Open Hacks:- Best Novice Hack and it was Julie Conti’s simply stunning Dreamtime Revenge. Lady’s Hack Bettina Stanton’s Vienna Night Divine, Gentleman’s Hack Belinda Cusworth’s Aspen Park Icon, Thoroughbred Hack Bailey & Christie’s Mikimoto, Hack 15-15.2 hands Sue Thompson’s Starstruck, 15.2 – 16 hands Bailey & Christie Mikimoto, 16-16.2 Haynes & Quayle & Lawrie’s Radiant, over 16.2 hands Gorst & Berwick Xlerate, Lightweight Hack Dale Plumb’s DP Amazing, Heavyweight Christie & McCann’s Awards.

A impressive line up for the Champion Hack which was won by Bailey & Christie’s Mikimoto,with the reserve champion hack going to the Haynes & Quayle & Lawrie Radiant.

Best Novice Galloway Hack was Kolbeach Artist owned by De Marco & Greenwell. Small Galloway winner was Buckwell Park Delusion owned by Zoe Griffett, large galloway Wesswoods Magic Caste owned by Burns & Banks, Lightweight Wesswoods Supa Caste Denim Moloney and Heavyweight Langtree Royal Affair Fiona Kittson-Walsh.

Super line up for the championships with Wesswoods Magic Caste taking the sash and reserve going to Langtree Royal Affair.

Pony Hack not exceeding 11 hands Rivington Folklore Eleanor Ballinger, 11- 11.2 – Kerulen Cossette Sophie & Emily Tickner, 11.2 -12 Newington Tinkerbell Roger Searle, over 12 – 12.2 TJ Royal Secret Dale & Daizi Plumb, mare not exceeding 12.2 hands Falconhurst First Dance Victoria & Caitlin Fricker and gelding not exceeding 12.2 Harrington Park Symphony Maddy Ginn. The Champion Pony Hack was Newington Tinkerbell and reserve Silkwood Nutkin.
The large pony hacks was dominated by the Kolbeach bred ponies, Pony Hack over 12.2-13 Kolbeach Hollys Crystal Alyssa Giustozzi, 13- 13.2 Beckworth Morning Symphony Telford & Gerry , 13.2 – 14 hands Kolbeach Starlight Crisp & Lawrie, pony hack mare Kolbeach Bells Nirrelle Somerville and pony hack gelding Calvin Park Tiny Dancer Dale Plumb.

The Champion pony hack was Kolbeach Starlight and reserve Kolbeach Hollys Crystal.


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