Dryandra competition attracts big field
Riders and horses travelled from far and wide to compete at the Dryandra Pony Club’s ODE on the September 29 and 30 weekend.
Riding Hava Little Faith, Amelia Radford took out the Pony Club 105cm event, recording 35.40 in dressage, 4.00 in showjumping and went without penalty in cross-country.
Alison McLay, riding Sir Hector, and Georgia Grant, on False Lead, finished in second and third respectively.
With a score of 32.40 in dressage and without penalty in either cross-country or showjumping, Olivia Ruiz came first in the Pony Club 95cm event with Holland Park Riviera.
Georgia Homewood, on Classy Diva, and Bryce Crook, riding Phantom Warrior, placed second and third respectively.
Dryandra Pony Club’s Emma Wiese finished fifth on Krystelle Park Impressive. In the open 95cm event, Wendy Brophy scored 35.80 in dressage, 4.00 in showjumping and did not record any penalties in cross-country to claim the division on Simanda Park Picasso.
She was followed by Antoinette Vincent on Hanover Park Lasting Impression in second and Briony Lyons on Cunnamore Cool Change in third.
Without penalty in either cross-country or showjumping, Rebecca Nairn, riding Kirby Park Irish Snow, took out the open 80cm event, recording 32.80 in dressage.
Nairn was followed by Sophie Warren, on Poetic, and Teagan Johnson, on Oldfield Drilling, in second and third respectively — neither received penalties in cross-country or showjumping either.
In the open divisions, Dryandra Pony Club’s Lear Edwards, on Macca, placed sixth at 80cm, and Ronelle Tyson, on Coliban Rusty Rules, placed sixth in the 65cm class.
Emma Wiese, on Krystelle Park Impressive, completing the 95cm cross-country phase.