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Dressage results: 30 October

Our last Dressage day is finished for the year! A very big thank you to everyone who helped out on the day and especially those that have helped at all 3 days! Thank you all, the day does not run without the volunteers and judges.  To anyone who requested tests be mailed, these will be mailed during the week. Those tests not collected will be available at riding club at the next training day. All official results have been sent in to EA.
Hope to see everyone there again next year.

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SJ results – Queen’s birthday competition 2016

45 cm:
1- Tiarna Davies
2 – Kristine Waters
3 – Lauren Elvins
4 – Shane Naylor
5 – Tylae Crean
6 – Monique Batterham

60 cm:
1= Mandy Bale
1= Charlotte Hawkins
3 – Jessica Niass
4 – Susan Brawn
5 – Travis Daly
6 – Anne White (+ presidents senior rider prize)

75 cm:
1 – Trista Mitchell
2= Charlotte Hawkins
2= Jacinta Bell
4 – Trista Mitchell
5 – Mandy Bale
6 – Georgia Rea

90 cm:
1 – Alicia Daly
2 – Ashley Cutler
3 – Michelle Niass
4 – Tara Rogers
5 – Trista Mitchell
6 – Martha Brister

Raffle winners

• 1st prize: 2015 Ford Fiesta 5DR Hatch Ambiente 1.5P 5M including on road costs
WON by ANNE-MARIE CHURCH
• 2nd prize: Bates dressage saddle from Horseland Richmond
WON by DAVID BEATTIE
• 3rd prize: Winter Horse Health check for 2 horses at Agnes Banks Veterinary Clinic
WON by MIKAYLA MCVICAR
• 4th prize: 2 person midweek stay with breakfast at Hydro Majestic Medlow Bath
WON by LYNNE PENDLEBURY
• 5th prize: 2 x You and Your Horse sessions at Hawkesbury Natural Horsemanship Centre
WON by MICHAEL BENSON
• 6th prize: Planning session from Way to Australia and BeyonD
WON by CATHY VAN RYN

Grounds Maintenance.

The second (and last for 2015) Grounds Maintenance
Day will be on Saturday 1st August. All those who put
their names down to be on the Maintenance Team need
to be there that day and anyone else who has needs to
collect a “helping” day.
We will start at 9am ( please don’t come earlier as we
need time to get organized before showing people what
has to be done).
There are jobs for all kinds of abilities and they are
allocated between 9.00 and 9.30. Due to our amazing
workforce you will find that if you arrive any later, all the
jobs will have been allocated. Empty plastic containers
are always welcome for painting (like the ones horse
supplements come in), also whipper snippers and
poison sprayers. The club has two of each but these are
always popular jobs and if you like to do either, please
bring your own gear. Finish time will be 11am. As there
is quite a bit of painting to be done, we may have to
reschedule if it rains. Any queries please email Helen
Mackay [email protected] or Andrew Hayes
[email protected]