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Sanna wins the Pacific League World Cup Final
Rachael Sanna stole the show at the Saddleworld Dressage Festival wining all three Grand Prix classes and therefore the Pacific League World Cup Final.
Sanna and Bev Edward's Jaybee Alabaster won the Grand Prix on Friday (71.128%) Saturday night's Freestyle on 75.125% and finally the special on 71.000%.
Full results available at http://www.equestrianvictoriaevents.com.au/DF/results.php
Sanna crowned World Cup winner
Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster, owned by Bev Edwards of Lockyer Valley (QLD) have been crowned the 2011 Pacific League FEI World Cup™ Dressage Champions following their victory at the Saddleworld Dressage Festival, Werribee, over the weekend.
Held at the National Equestrian Centre, Werribee (Vic) 8-11 December, the Saddleworld Dressage Festival hosted the prestigious CDI-W Pacific League FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final.
Reminiscent of the Australian Championships in October, Sanna dominated the competition with a clean sweep of the three Grand Prix events. She and Jaybee Alabaster won Friday’s Grand Prix with a score of 71.128%, Saturday night’s Freestyle (which determined the Pacific League winner) on 75.125% and finally the special on 71.000%.
“He was very good and felt so confident and established in the ring,” said Sanna of Jaybee Alabaster. “This year he has felt more and more confirmed in the ring and he is really handling the atmosphere.”
As the winner of the Pacific League Final, Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster have earned the right to represent the Pacific League at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Final in 's Hertogenbosch (NED) next April. This will be Sanna’s second time at the FEI World Cup Final, having represented Australia in 1999 at Dortmund (GER) aboard Charisma.
Ahead of London Olympic Games the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Final in the Netherlands is the perfect opportunity for Sanna to test her mettle against the world’s best.
Sanna plans to travel Jaybee Alabaster to Europe early in 2012 to compete in the FEI World Cup Final™ and the Olympic nomination events.
Jaybee Alabaster’s owner Bev Edward’s is a proud of her boy. “I am ecstatic,” commented Alabaster’s owner Bev Edwards. “I have owned Alabaster since he opened his eyes. I bought his mother in Germany from the Schockemöhles when she was in foal with him. He was born at our place in Australia.”
Edward’s enjoyed great success at the FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in 2010 watching her stallion Vivant finish 7th - whom she co-owned at the time with son and daughter-in-law Chris and Helen Chugg. “I can’t wait to go to another World Cup Final. Having owned Alabaster as a foal makes this very special.
“This has been Alabaster’s very best year and we look forward to 2012 with great excitement,” added Edwards who plans to travel to Europe to watch the combination compete.
Nine combinations, including one rider from New Zealand, contested in the CDI-W. Olympian and three-time World Championships representative Rachael Sanna was always a favourite to take the title after dominating domestic competition throughout the year. The five international judges, Katrina Wuest (GER), Alison King (HKG), Helen Hughes - Keen (NZL), Mary Seefried (AUS) and Susie Hoevenaars (AUS) were unanimous that Sanna was the top performer in the all-important Grand Prix Freestyle.
National Dressage Performance Director, Deb MacNicol, was thrilled with Sanna’s performance. “The performance was equal to anything we have had at the Pacific League Final competition in the past. Rachael knew that the competition would be strong and she was determined to achieve her goal.
“Their performance showed how much they have developed as a combination. The horse has matured and what is fabulous is that he has room for more improvement. Alabaster is established at this level now and steps-up every time he is out. This bodes very well for 2012 and beyond. Rachael is a professional and always prepares the horse very well.”
Runners-up in the Grand Prix Freestyle were 2008 Olympian Heath and the experienced black stallion Regardez Moi scoring 71.525% for their new freestyle routine.
Athens Olympic Games representative, Louisa Hill, was the sole New Zealand representative. Together with her young horse Bates Antonello she finished a close third in the Grand Prix Freestyle, only 1.15 percentage points behind Ryan.
CDI-W Grand Prix Freestyle results
Day 4 at Saddleworld Dressage Festival
Sunday was the last day of the Saddleworld Dressage Festival and the grey skies and chance of rain kept the crowd relatively small but it didn’t stop the action in the competition arenas !
Today’s feature event was the Final of the Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge, where the top 3 placed riders from Saturday’s first round each had to ride their own, and the other two riders’ horses through a test of Prix St Georges standard. Megan Bryant, who represented Australia at the 2010 FEI Young Rider World Cup Final, proved a worthy winner, riding all three horses beautifully. Equally deserving was the award of “Best Horse” to her mount Donnabella. Second to Lilah Nieuwland and third to Sheree McConachy.
All eyes were on Arena 1 in the morning, as many of the competitors in last night’s Pacific League World Cup Final backed up for the Saddleworld Grand Prix Special. Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster continued on their winning way, with a convincing win with a fantastic score of 71.0% ahead of New Zealand’s Louisa Hill and Bates Antonello on 67.333% with Heath Ryan (Regardez Moi) placing 3rd on 65.792% just edging out wife Rozzie Ryan (GV Bullwinkle) by 0.042% !
On the outdoor arenas, the Medium Championships for horses and ponies ran throughout the day. The Hamag Medium Championships was won by Yarra Valley Flemmingha ridden by Kate Nash with a 2nd and 4th placing with Debstar LP and Maree Tomkinson being rewarded with the Reserve Championship for a 1st and 7th placing.
Maree Tomkinson also won the Medium Pony Championship, sponsored by the Australian Pony Sports Register, with the stallion Aspen Way Gala Night, following on from their win in the Elementary Championship at last year’s Festival. Reserve to FS Golden Storm and Arkie Daddo.
It was a close finish in the EV Dressage Clubs Pony Preliminary Championship with the top two ponies both finishing with a 1st and a 2nd. On a countback the Championship was awarded to Yindarla Park Picture and Maree Walker-Ross from NSW with Reserve to Burrabong Trent and Louise Hagedorn (Victoria).
The Para Equestrian CPEDI3* Freestyle competitions were held indoors, and the winners of each of the Individual competitions on Saturday all held their winning form in the Freestyles as well. Grade 1A was won by Donna Ponessa (USA), Grade 1B – Joann Formosa (Vic), Grade III – Erin Alberda (USA), Grade 1V – Hannah Dodd (NSW). Unfortunately the Grade II riders had been rained out on Saturday, so had to ride their Individual Championship test on Sunday rather than the Freestyle to enable the Teams competition to be finalised.
An important Para Equestrian teams event was running between Australia and New Zealand during the weekend to decide which country would secure a teams position for next year’s Paralympics. Australia won this Regional Qualifier with 388.547 points compared to New Zealand’s 373.752. And in the overall PE teams competition, the USA won, ahead of Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
Day 3 at Saddleworld Dressage Festival
A very long day at the Festival, with competition starting at 8am and continuing through until 10pm with the presentations for the Pacific League World Cup Final. Unfortunately Werribee incurred the brunt of several thunderstorms during the day, with the first one in the early afternoon resulting in competition being suspended and the second one causing postponement of the final Para Equestrian class for the day.
The day commenced with two Freestyle competitions indoors. NSW riders filled the top two placings in the Mitavite Advanced Freestyle - narrowly won by Lizzie Wilson-Fellows and Let’s Entertain who were the Reserve Advanced Champions from Day 1, ahead of Michelle Baker and Coldstream Dante.
The Buyers Choice Home Loan Advisory Service Intermediate I Freestyle was won by Heather Currie and Donnerblitz with a good score of 69.333% ahead of AEA Metallic and Dirk Dijkstra. Megan Bryant and Donnabella finished third in this class and then proceeded to win the first round of the Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge. She will be joined by Lilah Nieuwaland and Sheree McConachy in tomorrow’s Final.
One of the feature events of the Festival is the Pacific League World Cup Final on Saturday evening. In front of a large crowd Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster danced through their Grand Prix Freestyle performance, scoring an impressive 75.125%, to win this year’s Pacific League World Cup Final. In doing so, Rachael, from NSW, has secured the right to compete in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Final in s-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands) in April 2012. A delighted Rachael thanked the crowd for their support, adding that they were bringing the fun back to the sport, and that Jaybee Alabaster had made her work a bit ! Second to Heath Ryan and Regardez Moi with their new Freestyle which won the crowd’s support and third to Louisa Hill from New Zealand and her inexperienced but supremely talented Bates Antonello.
The CDN Grand Prix Freestyle was won by South Australia’s Susan Paix and Sheer Etiquette who are having an outstanding Festival, with 2nd placing to Jeremy Janjic and the versatile Django of Cacharel who later in the evening made a surprise appearance carrying Santa Claus !
Interstate competitors continue to enjoy success at the Festival, and the RACV Insurance Elementary Championship was no exception. South Australia’s Heather Currie and the curiously named Emporio Van de Zwarte Molen won both tests to easily secure the Championship ahead of Victoria’s Matthew Archibald and AEA Lorenzo. Interstate riders filled seven of the top ten placings.
Consistent performances in the 4ACES Pony Elementary Championship resulted in a countback as the top two ponies each achieved a win and a 2nd place. Champion to Newington Statement and Celeste Amezdroz, with Reserve to Malibu Park Moondust and Kerrianne Bilson.
For the Para Equestrian competitors there was the Individual Championship test to perform, but weather conditions played havoc at times, forcing the suspension of the Grade IV competition and a delay to two others. The American riders – Donna Ponessa (Grade 1A), Becca Hart (Grade II) and Erin Alberda (Grade III) – continue to dominate their sections, as did Australian team member Hannah Dodd in Grade IV. The Grade 1B section was won by Joann Formosa.
Day 2 at Saddleworld Dressage Festival
Another hot and humid day at the Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre for day 2 of the Saddleworld Dressage Festival but the heat didn’t stop the riders from seeking their best performances. By late afternoon as a crowd gathered on the bank around the main outdoor arena waiting for the Grand Prix to commence, there were more than a few anxious glances at the storm clouds starting to surround Werribee Park ! Fortunately only the temperature dropped.
The crowd had gathered for the Equestrian Australia CDI-W Grand Prix, the first leg of the Pacific League World Cup Final and they were not disappointed. Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster came into this event as a firm favourite based on their recent success at the Nationals, and did not let the crowd down. A confident performance which included high quality canter pirouettes and piaffe perfectly on the spot saw them take out first place with a great score of 71.128%. New Zealand rider Louisa Hill showed why she and Bates Antonello have done so well on their Australian visit with an impressive test for a horse still relatively inexperienced at this level. They were actually placed first with two out of the five judges but had to settle for 2nd place overall, with a score of 69.936% ahead of last year’s Pacific League World Cup Final winner Chantal Wigan and Ferero on 68.085%. Saturday nights’ Freestyle looks like a very exciting competition !
In the Equestrian Victoria CDN Grand Prix, Caroline Wagner and Tango V took out first place with 62.766% a score that would have placed them in 6th place if selected for the Pacific League World Cup Final. South Australia’s Susan Paix and Sheer Etiquette continued their good form from the Inter II on Thursday with another 2nd placing.
In the indoor arena, Rimini Park Wurlitzer and a delighted Jenny Hewitt achieved a personal best performance in the Equinade Prix St Georges and were rewarded with first place in a strong field of 35 competitors, with 2nd to Amanda Shoobridge from NSW and Ferrero Rocher. Yesterday’s Inter I winner Sara McDonald and Adlanta Rose finished 3rd place, just 0.79% behind the winner. Another close contest!
Day 1 at Saddleworld Dressage Festival
Competitors were greeted with brilliant sunshine on the first day of the Saddleworld Dressage Festival, a welcome change from previous years ! The weather was hot and so was the competition, with several very close contests in some classes and some impressive performances.
Competition started early in the day with the International Animal Health 6yo Young Horse class which saw a win to the well performed buckskin stallion Linbil White Russian and Linda Williams, ahead of Flashazz and Lydia Jackson from Tasmania.
Victorian Dressage Squad member Sara McDonald and the talented mare Adlanta Rose took out the 4ACES Intermediate I Championship ahead of South Australia’s Heather Currie and Donnerblitz who were making a welcome return to the Dressage Festival after several years. This was a very close contest with less than 1% point separating the first four horses!
Heath Ryan and Regardez Moi used the Dressage Victoria Intermediate II as a warm up for the Pacific League World Cup Final which starts on Friday with the Grand Prix, and secured a convincing win ahead of South Australian rider Susan Paix and Sheer Etiquette who would have been thrilled with their improvement on last year’s performance here !
The strong showing by South Australian riders on Day 1 continued in the Mitavite Advanced Championship which was won by Ruth Schneeberger and the consistent Flowervale Freereign after placing 2nd in both tests. Reserve Champion to Lizzie Wilson‐Fellows and Let's Entertain from NSW, who won the 5B on a countback against Ruth, and finished 5th in the 5C.
Latest news from the Saddleworld Dressage Festival
Excellent entries have been received for all classes with horses coming from all states of Australia. With lots of competition activity, plenty of shopping available in the fabulous Trade Village, and educational seminars running throughout the Sunday, there’s something for every dressage enthusiast at this year’s Festival. Don’t miss it!
06 December 2011 - Season finale for Dressage World Cup in Werribee
Australia’s top Dressage riders are gearing up for the final showdown of 2011 – and it is a big one.
The Saddleworld Dressage Festival to be held at the National Equestrian Centre, Werribee (Vic) 8-11 December incorporates the prestigious CDI-W Pacific League World Cup Dressage Final, the Victorian Dressage Championships for horses and ponies as well as the Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge.
More than 300 competitors will perform over 700 dressage tests over the four days of competition.
The winner of the Pacific League Final will earn the right to represent the Pacific League (Australia and New Zealand) at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Final in 's Hertogenbosch (NED) next April.
With Olympic aspirations riding high athletes are especially eager to win this year’s title. A start in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Final in the Netherlands against the world’s best would be an ideal preparation for the London Olympic Games.
National Dressage Performance Director, Deb MacNicol, explains the importance of the FEI World Cup series to Australasia. “This is the 22nd year the Pacific League of the FEI World Cup has been contested and has proved to be an invaluable medium for Grand Prix riders in our region to compete with the best riders and horses in the world and gain valuable experience in the international arena. Riders from both Australia and New Zealand have always considered this competition to be a great opportunity to travel with their horse to Europe to compete in the most prestigious of dressage e, vents.”
The CDI-W is also a chance for horse and rider combinations to gain their Minimum Eligibility Standard (MES), which is a pre-requisite qualification for any Olympic competitor.
The CDI-W competitors will ride in front of an international Ground Jury. The panel of five judges will include Katrina Wuest (GER), Alison King (HKG), Helen Hughes - Keen (NZL), Mary Seefried (AUS) and Susie Hoevenaars (AUS).
Combinations will compete in the Grand Prix test on Friday afternoon, which is a qualifying event for Saturday night’s exciting Freestyle competition. This feature event will determine the Pacific League World Cup winner.
There are nine combinations, including one rider from New Zealand, competing in the CDI-W. Olympian and three-time World Championships representative Rachael Sanna is a favourite to take the title. Sanna and Bev Edwards’ chestnut gelding Jaybee Alabaster made a clean sweep of all three Grand Prix classes at the Australian Championships in October.
2008 Olympian Heath Ryan is hot off a win at the Equestrian Grand Final in Sydney last month. Ryan and the experienced black stallion Regardez Moi blew the competition away with a new freestyle routine and music.
Louisa Hill (NZL), National Grand Prix Champion of New Zealand and Athens Olympic Games representative is going to keep the Aussie’s honest. Hill is the sole New Zealand representative and could well be the first-ever New Zealand winner of the Pacific League Final. Hill and Bates Antonello won the Grand Prix test at the recent Equestrian Grand Final in Sydney on an impressive 68.468% and were hot on Sanna’s heels throughout the Australian National Championships.
Defending her title will be Queenslander Chantal Wigan and Ferero. Winner’s of the Pacific League World Cup Final in 2010 they will be determined to retain the honour.
In addition to the Pacific League World Cup Final, the 2011 Saddleworld Dressage Festival has an action packed schedule. The Festival also hosts the final Regional Paralympic Team Qualifier. This will determine whether Australia or New Zealand will earn a team place at the London Games.
The Para-Equestrian competition welcome teams from Japan and the USA as well Australia and New Zealand. Australian riders will be aiming to impress selectors as this doubles as a Paralympic nomination event.
The Festival welcomes riders and horses competing in classes ranging from Preliminary to Grand Prix, junior to senior.
Sixteen young riders will contest the prestigious Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge. The top three riders from Friday’s initial round will progress to the final on Sunday afternoon. They will be required to ride a test on their own horse as well as the other two finalists’ horses, making this a true test of horsemanship. The winner earns a trip to Germany to attend the world famous Aachen Horse Show.
Sunday is Education Day at the Festival. Commencing from 10am there will be 30 minute seminars presented throughout the day on a range of performance horse related topics.
Pre-Christmas shopping opportunities will abound at the extensive trade village, which includes 37 exhibitors.
For all event information please see http://www.equestrianvictoriaevents.com.au/DF
23 November 2011 - Excitement builds for Pacific League World Cup Final
Nine of Australia’s best Grand Prix combinations, plus one New Zealand rider, have confirmed their participation in this year’s Pacific League World Cup Final which is being held during the Saddleworld Dressage Festival (December 8 -11) at the Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre. The Grand Prix Freestyle class decides the winner of the Final, who is then qualified for the World Cup Final to be held in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands) in April 2012.
In alphabetical order the competitors are:
Gitte Donvig Port Said 10 (Vic)
Louisa Hill Bates Antonello (New Zealand)
Blas Lago Northern Hector (NSW)
Kerry Mack Mayfield Pzazz (Vic)
Fiona McNaught Ostra (Vic)
Heath Ryan Regardez Moi (NSW)
Rozzie Ryan GV Bullwinkle (NSW)
Rachel Sanna Jaybee Alabaster (NSW)
Maree Tomkinson Rodrigo III (Vic)
Chantal Wigan Ferero (Qld)
Riders will compete in front of an international judging panel made up of Germany’s Katrina Wust, Alison King from Hong Kong, Helen Hughes-Keen (NZ) and Australia’s Mary Seefried and Susie Hoevenaars. With the London Olympics less than 12months away, the Australian selectors will be viewing this class and the results with much interest and attention ! Riders will compete in the Grand Prix test on Friday afternoon, with the Freestyle competition being held indoors on Saturday night, as the feature event of the Festival, in front of what’s expected to be a capacity crowd.
Following recent performances at the National Australian Championships and Equitana, the Pacific League World Cup Final is shaping up to be a very close and exciting competition, and it’s possible that Brett Parbery and Victory Salute’s record score of 75.3% from the 2009 Final will be given a push ! Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster come into the event as the current National Champions, having dominated all the Grand Prix classes at the recent Nationals including winning the Freestyle with a score of over 74%. However they didn’t compete at Equitana in mid November, leaving the door open for Heath Ryan and Regardez Moi to make a welcome return to the winner’s circle in the Freestyle class, scoring almost 72%.
Pushing both these riders will be New Zealand rider Louisa Hill and Bates Antonello who have really impressed during their stay here in Australia with top 3 performances in all classes entered, including 70%+ scores in the Freestyles and a win in the Grand Prix at Equitana.
Last year’s PLWCF winner Chantal Wigan and Ferero showed a return to form at Equitana, with 3rd places in both the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle and will no doubt be hoping that their winning streak at Werribee continues, having won here on their last three visits !
Other horses to watch include Rozzie Ryan on GV Bullwinkle, who competed here last year in the Small Tour but have since stepped up to Grand Prix with fantastic results, and with her flair for Freestyle performances, if anyone can pull off a surprise result it’s this duo ! And Victorian rider Gitte Donvig will be hoping that the “home ground” advantage gives her an edge this year, having finished fifth last year.
The Pacific League World Cup Final is the feature event of this year’s Saddleworld Dressage Festival which incorporates the Victorian Dressage Championships from Preliminary to Grand Prix, the Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge for riders aged 16 – 25 years and a Para Equestrian CPEDI 3*. With an extensive trade village for Christmas shopping and “Education Day” seminars on the Sunday there are plenty of things to see and do. Don’t miss it !
General admission tickets available daily at the entrance gate at a cost of $10 per car or $25 for a 4 day pass, with Saturday night tickets $25 per person for general viewing (non-reserved seating). A limited number of Saturday night dinner tickets are available at a cost of $120 per head for allocated seating on the short side and a 3 course Christmas dinner but must be booked by December 1.
More event information available from: www.equestrianvictoriaevents.com.au/DF
Enquiries: Event Director - Caroline Coleby 0432 505 774 email@example.com
Event Directors - Bryony Giusti 0425 499 477
17 November, 2011 - Excellent entries for Saddleworld Dressage Festival
Excellent entries have been received for next month’s Saddleworld Dressage Festival, with competitors coming from all states of Australia to compete. Held from December 8 – 11 at the Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre, the Festival comprises the Victorian State Dressage Championships as well as several feature events: the Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge for young riders aged 16 – 25 years, the Pacific League World Cup Final for Grand Prix horses and a Para Equestrian CPEDI 3* competition.
A full field of 35 competitors will compete in each of the Championships from Preliminary through to Prix St Georges, with reserve lists for all levels. Entries in the pony classes are up significantly compared to previous years, and it is pleasing to see the increased numbers in the Elementary and Medium Championships in particular.
Sixteen young riders will be contesting the prestigious Marcus Oldham Aachen Challenge, with three of them riding two horses, a great accomplishment given the competition is ridden at Prix St Georges level. For at least half of the competitors in this event, this will be their first attempt at the “Aachen” and an experience not to forget.
The Grand Prix classes have attracted over 20 horses, including one New Zealand competitor, Louisa Hill riding Bates Antonello who has really impressed with their performances at the Nationals and Equitana. With next year’s Olympics looming, this is an important event for Grand Prix riders wanting to impress selectors and gain another qualifying score from the international Ground Jury. Fourteen combinations have been selected for the Pacific League World Cup Final which concludes on Saturday night with the thrilling Freestyle in the indoor arena. Spectators can look forward to an exciting re-match between the current Australian Champion Rachel Sanna (Jaybee Alabaster), Reserve Champion Louisa Hill (Bates Antonello), Equitana GP Freestyle winner Heath Ryan (Regardez Moi) and last year’s PLWCF winner Chantal Wigan (Ferero).
Returning to the Festival this year is an international Para Equestrian competition (CPEDI 3*) offering riders a qualifying opportunity for the Para Equestrian at the London Olympics. Thirty five Para Equestrians have entered, including eight from New Zealand and four from Japan making it a true international competition.
The Trade Village has been extremely popular with retailers so competitors and spectators can look forward to over 35 trade stands covering everything from saddlery, equine giftware, competition & leisure clothing, floats and even arena surfaces ! The perfect destination for Christmas shopping !
With lots of competition activity, plenty of shopping available in the fabulous Trade Village, and educational seminars throughout the Sunday, there’s something for every dressage enthusiast at this year’s Festival. Don’t miss it!
Event information and ticketing details from: www.equestrianvictoriaevents.com.au/DF
Enquiries: Event Directors - Bryony Giusti&nb, sp; 0425 499 477,
Caroline Coleby 0432 505 774, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
11 November 2011
A total of 15 Grand Prix horses and riders have been invited to compete in the Final of the FEI Pacific League World Cup to be conducted as part of the, 2011 Saddleworld Dressage Festival to be held at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre on Thursday 8th - Sunday 11th December.
The riders invited to compete in the 2, 011 FEI Pacific League World Cup Dressage Final:
Rachael Sanna: Jaybee Alabaster
Heath Ryan: Regardez Moi
Chantal Wigan: Ferero
Gitte Donvig: Port Said 10
Maree Tomkinson: Rodrigo
Rozzie Ryan: GV Bullwinkle
Fiona McNaught: Ostra
Ann Slatford: Silvery
Blas Lago: Northern Hector
Tor Van Den Berge: Fisherman’s Friend
Sally Evans: A’Seduction
Kerry Mack: Mayfield Pzazz
Nadia Coghlan: Northern Campion
Louisa Hill (NZL): Bates Antonello
More information about this event can be found at the event website www.vic.equestrian.org.au