Eastside Riding School take on Northside Riding Club with great results
Posted: 19 September 2012
A few of Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre’s talented horses from Eastside Riding Academy took on the Northside Riding Club in St Ives over the weekend and came up with some very exciting results.
Augusta Clarke, fondly known as Gussy throughout the Centre, had a fantastic performance with three of her horses in the showjumping division.
Her four year old young star GT Fredistar, also known as Freddy, took out fifth place in the 80 cm class at his very first outing!
PL Decker, also known as Blacky (pictured), had an incredible day taking second place in the 1.10 metre class and first place in the 1.25 metre class.
Balmoral Montgomery, also known as Monty, had a notable run in both the 1 metre and 1.10 metre classes but just missed out on a placing.
Congratulations to Gussy, Freddy, Blacky and Monty on an impressive run. These achievements illustrate that the Equestrian Centre is suitable for riders with a range of skills and ambitions. Whether it’s for elite competition or simply as a means to better understand and get closer to the wonderful animals that horses are, we cater to all needs.
Eastside Riding Academy will be starting a spring evening jump group in October held on Thursday evenings at the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre. If you would like to sign up please call the friendly staff at Eastside on (02) 9360 7521 to register. Riders with their own horses are welcome to attend.
For the month of October, Eastside also have a school holiday camp special available where you can bring a third child for $300, which is a massive saving of $200! Find out more.
If you would like to enquire about how you can get into competition riding email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 9332 2809 for further information.
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