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The Rock-itt : July 2010
Northside Riding Club Open Dressage Competition St Ives Showground 19 June 2010 Northside Riding Club offers Official and Associate competitions for beginners to experienced dressage riders. There are five dressage competition days each year. Some of these days are open competitions where non-members and junior riders may compete. Associate members (from 14 years) may compete in member's dressage competitions. Classes offered range from Preliminary to Medium levels with occasional added interest of Freestyle to Music and Pas de Deux and Prix Caprilli. Dressage Championships are held in November, all riders are encouraged to compete for trophies, prizes and rugs. At all our regular competitions we also award prizes for the best Preliminary horse/rider combination who have never won a dressage competition. On Saturday 19 June Northside Riding Club held an Open Dressage Competition. The weather was glorious and the day saw many local riders performing polished tests on gleaming steeds. Local winners and grinners Local riding instructor Soo Broster won the Advanced class on Ardis Grand Monito Local Eventer, Selina Madeleine and Samsara Alchemy came 4th in the Associate Elementary 3B Class. Bec MacDonald from Elanora Heights and Cayuse Global Warrior placed 4th in the Official Prelim 1C Class. Laura Summerhayes from Ingleside brought her 3 ½ year old Harrison out for his first competition. Thursday 24 June there was a Mid Week Members Dressage Competition. It was an unofficial day sponsored by Equine Chiropractor Shayan Quinlan. Local instructor Jill Severn and Montego Bay won a chiropractic assessment for her horse valued at $100. By Selina Madeleine Photos by Rachel Smith at www.furdography.com.au where all the photos of the event can be viewed