Standardbred Pleasure & Performance Horse Association of WA
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COMBINED BROKEN COLOUR STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
29th November 2015
On the 29th November the lightly shown Partbred Standardbred filly Adina Park Exquisite Elle and Kristie Morrone attended the CBCHS State Championships to contested the Solid Color/ Appendix classes.
This two year filly, out of former high profile show Standardbred mare Adina Park Phedora, proudly presented the breed when she was sashed Champion Junior Appendix Exhibit and then going on to take the Grand Champion Appendix Exhibit Title. The duo also went on to take out Best Presented Exhibit of Show.
SUE CLARK MEMORIAL BREED SHOW
28th November 2015
Margaret River locals Jess O’Meagher and Colonial Salute took full advantage of having a show on their back door step on the 28th November resulting in a bag of top awards for the day. “Midnight”commenced the day with Supreme Led Standardbred followed with a Top Five Led of Show.
This was backed up and surpassed in the afternoon when under saddle the duo worked the floor down to be were awarded Champion Standardbred Ridden and the ultimate Supreme Ridden of the Show.
COLLIE AG SHOW - 21st November 2015
Tracey Cosham and Royal Pride contested the Ridden Unofficial ring with strong results throughout that would see this combination doing the breed extremely proud when awarded Supreme Unofficial Ridden. They also continued down the path of the ridden breed ring and ridden Standardbred ridden classes to fulfill a pretty hectic day. Likewise Jess O’Meagher and Colonial Salute also had very good results in the Open Breed Ridden ring when awarded first in a number of classes throughout to qualify for the Champion Ridden Breed section.
AP Burlesque’s expressive movement saw her taking the Supreme Standardbred award. This mare once again impressed all three judges in the Supreme Of Supreme when awarded Top Five Led of Exhibit of the Show and being placed R/up on points to the eventual winner.
PINJARRA BREED SHOW - 8th Novemmber 2015
The ridden component in the afternoon only had three horses compete with Sexy Beast riding for the first time in a double working stylishly taking out first and Champion Ridden Standardbred, Champion OTT Ridden Standardbred and Supreme Ridden OTT. Royal Pride worked nicely also for his rider Tracey Cosham and was awarded Reserve Champion Standardbred.
Both these horses contested the Open Ridden classes with strong results throughout the classes that had them both qualify for the Champion workout. Sexy Beast was definitely on song today and executed a superb workout and was duly awarded Reserve Champion Open Ridden.
BALDIVIS PRE-ROYAL BREED SHOW
20th September 2015
It was a chilly start to the day but by the time our classes commenced the sun was shining and had the horse’s coats gleaming.
The mare big black imposing mare AP Burlesque today was awarded Supreme Standardbred with the judge commenting she had lovely attributes essential for her breed and as a breeding prospect with outstanding movement and conformation. These thoughts were well received in the Supreme of Supreme judging with all five judges unanimously selecting her for the Supreme Of Supreme Led Horse of the Show.
A wonderful feat considering she is only five months off the track and attending only her fourth show.
BEVERLEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW
19th September 2015
On Saturday 19th September Miss Poker Face and Chantelle Rendall travelled to the Beverley Agricultural Show where they contested the Standardbred Led Classes taking out Supreme honours. The later they contested all other Breed Supreme winners to take out the Supreme Of Supreme Led Horse of the Show.
The combination also competed in the Walk/Trot ridden and capped of an incredible day when sashed Champion Walk/Trot Ridden as well.
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Two members took up the opportunity to gain some solid workouts when competing in various classes in the unofficial ring at Magenup recently with
Tracey Cosham and Royal Pride looked picture perfect and deservingly won their rider age group before executing a faultless workout to take Champion Rider of the ring. Sexy Beast and Kristie Morrone started the day a little scratchy but once the “Sexy” one overcame the fear of the Alpacas on the adjoining fence line he found his “mojo” and improved steadily throughout the classes. Both horses continued to work well and were rewarded with wins and placings in most classes making them eligible for Champion honors. Junior rider Ally Patterson “shared” Royal Pride throughout the day and Tracey rewarded the young rider with the opportunity to take the mount in the Champion workout. This diminutive youngster has all the aplomb of a top liner and had Royal Pride executing some beautiful work. The association will be privileged having this junior on our members list for the coming season.
Kristie Morrone was more than happy with her horse’s performances before entering the Champion ring but was over whelmed when he produced his best work of the day with lovely soft even work and spot on transitions. This did not go unnoticed by the judges and was called forward for Champion Ridden Hack.
Well done to both girls on their professionalism, presentation and condition of their horses as many people noted what really nice horses they were in and out of the ring. This is yet again, another outstanding promotion for the breed.
MAGENUP HACK DAY - 19th July 2015
SEXY BEAST & KRISTIE MORRONE
ROYAL PRIDE & TRACEY COSHAM
OFF THE TRACK SHOWMAN COMPETITION
Macka "Prince Matao" and Hannah Griffith attended the Off The Track Showman Day where they competed in the 80cm/Prelim 1.3 class. The day consisted of a dressage test, an inhand workout and a showjump round. Macka produced a lovely dressage test giving the duo the second highest score for their class. They then went on to the inhand phase where they had the highest ranking score for the class and of the whole competition with a score of 48.5 out of 50!! Lastly we had a nice clear showjump round which was slightly fast but we still ranked highly. With 11 of us in the class only 2 were standardbreds, and the rest a quality bunch of thoroughbreds. I didnt keep track of the results throughout the day so I was extremely excited when we were announced the winners of our class!!
Congratulations to Hannah & Macca on a fantastic effort and promoting the versatlilty of the breed!
Our members open results and performances with their Standardbred and Partbred horses