World Endurance Championships for Juniors and Young RidersOctober 9, 2017
Heritage Arabian Racing Club (HARC)October 27, 2017
NSW Arabian Association State Titles was held over a lovely spring weekend with a full programme from dressage to led classes and lots of ridden and performance classes.
Supreme Purebred Arabian Chance to Dance (Magnum Forty Four x Mulawa Chance), Mulawa Arabians
Report And Photography By Glenys Lilley*
There were some exciting new stallions to see in the purebred Arabian led classes with the Polish stallion Elganan El Adien, owned by David Gillett, going Champion and Cytadel KEI owned by Adam King Reserve. Eukariont, another Polish stallion was also on display.
It was the debut show for Champion Purebred Mare and eventual Supreme Champion Chance to Dance, a big moving, striking flea-bitten grey owned by Mulawa Arabians.
Chelleason Preciosa Sophia, owned by Greg Liddle and Michael Marrapodi, trotted her way to Champion Arabian Filly with Euforia MI Reserve Champion.
Champion Purebred Filly Chelleason Preciosa Sophia (Saudi El Perseus x Chelleason Crown Sophia) with Greg Liddle
Champion Junior Purebred gelding Herald MI (Allegiance MI x MI Harmony), Katie Smith
Champion Junior Purebred Gelding was Herald MI with Katie Smith. Riddick, owned by Cheryl Edwards, was Senior Champion Purebred Gelding. Champion Purebred Colt was Sanadik Al Kameal, owned by Victoria Bradley.
All-Breeds Halter Challenge was won by the beautiful Arabian Riding Pony, Sonos Park Sweet from a line-up of top quality horses and he is owned by Alicia Borg. Supreme led Derivative was the Arabian Warmblood Gelding, Lawless, owned by Cheryl Edwards.
Sonos Park Sweet Soprano (Royalwood Boy Soprano x Carlingford Park Vauclus) was the All Breeds Halter Challenge winner, Alycia Borg
Supreme Led Derivative was Lawless (Lord Larmarque x Halimas Amber Gem), Stokes Sporthorses
The ridden sections were hotly contested and the supreme line-ups were filled with past supremes and multi -champions. Supreme Newcomer was the lovely Top Model, owned by Summa Crockett who also won the All-Breeds Ridden Challenge.
Supreme Novice was Beaufort Maestro owned by KMC Show Horses and the Overall Supreme Saddle Horse of the show was Wishlist and Viv Motbey. After a stellar halter career Wishlist is now excelling under saddle.
The NSW Arabian Association would like to thank all their sponsors, judges and helpers that made such a successful show.
*Photo credit Glenys Lilley Foxwood Photography and Photos available from http://foxwoodphotography.zenfolio.com/
Supreme Saddlehorse of the Show was (left) Wishlist (Ray of Light x Escarda Spozobella) with Viv Motbey and Supreme Newcomer Exhibit was Top Model (Ray of Light x Faith in Kate) with Summa Crockett
Champion Ridden Purebred Gelding, Regent MI (Guiliano x Rimaraa) with Robyn Rogers
Supreme Novice Beaufort Maestro (Gem Park Orlando x Beaufort Heiress), KMC Showhorses
Champion Novice Arabian Pony Baring Court Javarli (Mystica Sagali x Baring Court Azziza), KMC Showhorses
Champion Ridden Arabian Mare Aloha Miss Cleopatra (Arabian Park Desert Dashar x Aloha Vesta), Aloha Stud
Champion Non Pro Ridden Purebred Kirra Alder with Mystere MI (Klass x Mystic Fame)
Romac Luciano (Harmony Hill Anakin x Romac Lucienne) and (right) Romac Kaelen (Harmony Hill Anakin x Romac Kaytie) went awarded champions and reserve champions in several classes, Romac Stud
Champion Youth handler Kyah Dema with Brampton Casanova (Oak Park Montezuma x Brampton Seduction).
Winner of the Show Costume Arpege Park Arch Angel (Coragio KEI x Jackafella Arpege) with Amelia Shorland