Ashleigh Keighley from Young competed at the National Capital Horse Show on November 24 and 25 with her horse Mister.
In the Youth ring on the Saturday Ash achieved the following results- Champion Youth Handler
Reserve Champion Youth Rider, Reserve Champion Bridle Path Hack Ridden by a Youth.
On the Sunday- Reserve Champion Open Hack, Supreme Amateur Ridden Arabian and Champion Rider 13 years and under 18 years.
It was a very busy show schedule. Ash had seven classes a day. There was over 250 horses competing and wonderful sponsors who provided fantastic prizes.
Canberra also provided hot weather with Sunday reaching 36 degrees.
Ash has worked extremely hard with a somewhat difficult young horse but with huge encouragement from her peers and mentors as well as Ash’s determination to re educate her horse, both horse and rider have developed a special bond and a mutual respect for each other which has resulted in a very successful few months of showing.
SHOW: Keghley and her horse Mister at the National Capital Horse Show last month. (sub)
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