Metropolitan Zone 1 Premiership results for 2019
Met Zone 1 Clubs Championship:
Hendra - 1st
Gumdale - 2nd
Southside - 3rd
Sue Jones Formal Disciplines: Mia Nolan (Reserve)
2019 - Club Award Winners
Muster points: 1st: Kate Lister
2nd: Mia Gilmour
3rd Imogen Hoole
Points Days: 12yrs & under: Eloise Curran
13-16yrs: Lilli Barr
17yrs & over: Sarah Gant
Presentation & Rider Class:
11yrs & under: Caitlyn Robinson
12-14yrs: Kate Lister
15-16yrs: Savina O'Loughlin
17-25yrs: Sarah Gant
Individual Discipline Trophies:
Highest Points Dressage Kate Lister
Highest Points Sporting Eloise Curran
Highest Points Show Jumping Mia Nolan
Highest Points Derby Kate Lister
Highest Points Combined Training Kate Lister
Highest Points Campdraft Charlotte Bergin
Highest Points Tetrathlon Lauren Stuart
Log Book Shields: U/12 Emma Dillon
12&O Lucy Swan
Garred Shields: 12yrs & under: Eloise Curran
13-16yrs: Mikayla Dillon
17yrs & over: Sarah Gant
Lyndall Vaughan Trophy: Lucy Swan
Leanne Linard Shield: Mia Gilmour
Horse Care Mastership Shield: Jilly Weir
President's Volunteer of the Year: Terri Dillon
Lucy Swan Caitlyn Robinson
Emily Holdsworth Eloise Curran
Anabella Wardle Charlotte Bergin
Laila Buckle Mia Gilmour
Gold Alexander Sanders
National Representative: Lauren Stuart
State Representatives: Mia Nolan,
Zone 1 teams events: Kate Lister, Emma Dillon,
Mia Gilmour, Mikayla Dillon,
Caitlyn Robinson, Mia Nolan,
Hendra Club teams: Mia Nolan, Savina O'Loughlin,
Trophies available for members.
Hendra Pony Club has a number of different trophies available to be awarded. The club encourages riders to try for trophies in different areas, so all riding members have a chance to win. Time and effort put into riding their horse pays off when they can see awards for their efforts.
To be eligible to receive trophies, agisting members need to of have completed their agistment contract, including 20 hours of working bee's and non-agisting riding members need to have attended musters, competitions, working bees and/or fundraising events during the year.
Point’s day trophies: Points days are to encourage riders in fun competition and to help riders gain confidence. Riders may ride within age or ability groups (ie; jump heights can vary) and points will be awarded depending on the event and the instructor’s advice.
Trophies are awarded to the highest point’s winner in each age group.
Points Days for both formal and sporting disciplines are held each year.
Garrad Club Spirit Shields: The Garrad family donated 3 perpetual plaques to the club which date back to the early days of 1969. There are 3 age groups: 12yrs & under, 13-16yrs & 17yrs and over.
The trophies are for people who show good horsemanship, ability to help others, may not be riding members but put in time for the club and other members, they may not win but show good spirit when at outside events or within the club.