Masters a thrill for all
It an event enjoyed by riders of all abilities and shows just how riders can en pandora sale pandora sale g>joy their sport for many years, with more than 40 per cent of competitors aged 50 plus, 34 per cent aged 40 49 and 26 per cent aged 30 39.
In many cases, instead of the usual mum running after the child rider, it was the kids, young and grown up, acting as strappers and cheer squads for parents and grandparents.
A classic example of the mum you can do it from offspring was Lynda who has spent much of the past 20 years getting her three daughters and their horses into the ring.
With the clothes of one daughter and the mount of another, she delighted them by coming home with gold medals, a rug and a garland of flowers i pandora sale n the show horse section.
time I say I might do the Masters please remind me how I feel after riding all day. The mind said I could do this, but the body says dream on, Lynda said.
In the 75cm combined training, Lisa Hocking, from the 50 and over section, was overall champion, while in the 30 39 years Georgie Birrell won the overall in the 90cm section.
Vicky Quartermain from the 40 49 group w pandora sale on the 60cm championship and Kathy Cech from the 40 49 took out the 45cm class.
Tracy Lee was champion in the advanced dressage, a section that shows how long riders can compete well at a high level. Dianne Ronaldson won the section for the 30 39 age group.