Gaby Berman, on Glenwood House Dream Idol, was one of the stars at the recent Bathurst Horse Riding Show and managed to achieve superb results.
GEORGE NEWS - George riders did exceptionally well at the Bathurst Horse Riding Show in all their disciplines. This show has been running for 105 years.
Gaby Berman, on Glenwood House Dream Idol, was the star and managed to achieve superb results: second in the 90cm speed and precision, third in the 90cm able A (one round on time), second in the working hunter, first in the show hunter, first in the show riding, first in the show hack, second best junior rider, second best 3-gaited thoroughbred, reserve champion working horse, champion show horse and reserve champion horse overall.
Berman, on Glenwood House Final Wonder, was first in the 1m10-1m20 cham-pionship, first in the working hunter and fifth in the working riding.
Bianca van Huysteen, on Rambleholm Dollar US, came first in elementary dressage, third in the show riding, fourth in the working riding, fourth in the cub hunter and the first pleasure horse as well as the second best gaited warmblood.
Mia Ribula, on Il Doctorie, was first in both novice dressage classes, first in novice equitation, first in working riding, second in 1m jumping, second in pleasure horse, third in show hunter, third best junior rider and fourth in show riding.
Candice Berman, on Font Carnival, was first in both novice dressage classes, first in best gaited warmblood and the second best lady rider on the show.
Jason Moorcroft, on Eagles Wavesky, was third in the table A (one round on time) 1m10-1m20 and third in the 1m10-1m20 championship.
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