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The 2017 Australian Showjumping Championships are underway!

Jamie Kermond this time on Yandoo Oaks Constellation in the Silver C Grade Final

Jamie Kermond and Yandoo Oaks Constellation.

© Michelle Terlato Photography

 

By Equestrian Life

The 2017 Australian Showjumping Championships kick off today, with many of our country’s top riders set to compete over the course of the weekend.

The highlight of the event is the Australian Senior Championship — many riders who have won this event have gone on to represent Australia at the Olympics and World Equestrian Games. Big names set to compete include Jamie Kermond, Billy Raymont, James Arkins, Brook Dobbin, Russell Johnstone, Clint Beresford and Gabi Kuna among others.

 

Anton is impatient to do his Lap of Honour with Billy Raymont after winning the World Cup Qualifier - Photo Michelle Terlato

Billy Raymont and Anton.

© Michelle Terlato Photography



The Junior and Young Rider finals will also be hotly contested and feature some of Australia’s brightest young stars. In the latest issue of Equestrian Life, talented photographer Michelle Terlato caught up with some of the young riders competing at the Championships — putting together a stunning photoshoot complete with profiles on these up-and-coming stars. Pick up the latest copy of Equestrian Life to read more about Joel Pearce, Jacob Wells, Nina Griffiths and Izabella Stone… and see whom they tipped to win this year’s national title!

 

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Read more about our young guns in the latest issue of Equestrian Life!

© Michelle Terlato Photography



Entry for spectators is free today (Wednesday), Thursday and Friday, while general admission for Saturday and Sunday is just $20 per car. GA and VIP tickets can be purchased here.

What better way to get your horsey fix this weekend!

 

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