Tamborine Pony Club holds competition
|Tamborine Pony Club holds competition - 21st Mar 2017|
Tamborine Pony Club holds competition|
Tamborine Pony Club recently held their annual Jumping Equitation and Showjumping competitions.
Both days ran well and the competition was well organised and run by the Tamborine members.
Despite the hot conditions, the riders put on an excellent display of jumping over the two days.
Whilst many riders were from our Zone, there were riders who travelled quite a distance to compete: some were hoping to achieve qualifications for the PCQ State Championships at Easter.
Jumping Equitation is done over two courses and judges both the style of horse and rider over the showjumping fences.
For each round, the rider receives a score sheet and, ideally, take notice of where the judges are indicating the areas they need to improve in.
Theoretically, good results in this discipline, will enable the rider to showjump over higher fences better.
The winners in the age groups were as follows:
10 Yrs & under: Connor Lane, Waterford
11 U13: Charlotte Adamson, Southport
13 U15: Jazmine McMullan, Greenbank
15 U17: Saskia Hind, Samford
17 U21: Katelyn Burgess, Greenbank
21 U26: Olivia Rolfe, Wynnum
The Official Showjumping on Sunday saw higher than expected nominations and many good rounds ridden. The winners of the official classes were:
Official 10 Yrs & U: Ashleigh Adamson, Southport
Official 12Yrs & U (70cms): Taylah Douglas, Southport
Official 12Trs & U (80cms): Charlotte Adamson, Southport
Official 13 U26 (70cms): Miah Clarke, Mt Gravatt
Official 13 U26 (80cms): Heidee Grisbrook, Redlands
Official 13 U26 (90cms): Kate Theed, Dayboro
Official 13 U26 (1m):Maddi Sawyer-Clayton, Nerang
Official 13 U26Yrs (1.10/1.10m): Eliza Hodgson, Tallebudgera
The winners overall received a haybag from our major sponsor, the Bearded Dragon Boutique Hotel, and would like to also thank the judges and course builders and all those who contributed to make this a very successful weekend.
It was also a milestone for the club who saw their new toilet and shower block and deck officially used for a competition for the first time.
Article courtesy of Fairfax Digital and the Jimboomba Times