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April 7, 2015

General News


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DJWTS Jumping Champion of Champions
Photo Credit: Derek O'Leary Photography

DJWTS Winners

Congratulations to the jumping competitors at DJWTS 2015. A big thank you needs to go to Cindy Morrison, Paul Williams, Yvonne Morrison, Wendy Van Sonsbeek and all volunteers that worked to present an excellent event. The four year old age group was taken out by Desert Sands Vavoom ridden and owned by Anthony March. The breeding of this warmblood gelding is sire-Vivant and dam is Rachael. Sire of the Dam was Regal Salute. The Five year old age group was taken out by the mare Yirkkala Ebony ridden by Ruslan Petrov. The owner/breeder is Yirrkkala Stud with Escudo I as the sire and Me Jules the dam and Hamlet the sire of the dam. 6 year old Champion went to Snowy River Quinto owned by Gavin Chester and ridden by Jin Kannon. This warmblood gelding has Quintender as the sire and Fabiana the dam. Furst Heinrich weas the sire and Fabiana the dam. 7 year old Champion was Daprice ridden and owner by Kristen Neil. Owners S Neil and GD and SL McCann imported this horse from Netherlands. The sire Quaprice Larusa and the dam is Accord II. After the judgint panel adjudicated between these impressive champions- the 5 year old Yirrkala Ebony was declared this year’s Champion of Champion. Congratulations to all that competed and thanks must go to our judges, Daniel Meech, Paula Hamood and Colleen Brook.

Jumping Committee Meeting

The coming JV meeting to be held on April 7th  has on the agenda- the selection of the Victorian representative to the National committee.  This opening has arisen with Gavin being appointed the National Chair of Jumping in Australia which means Victoria as a state gains a seat on the committee.  This role will require the nominated person becoming active on the Jumping Victoria committee (meeting once a month) with a commitment to attend the National meetings (Meeting 2 to 3 times a year with airfare paid for by EV).  If you are interested please contact Paul Williams Chair of Jumping or Gavin Chester Chair of NJC  to discuss further or alternatively  email to register your interest to be put forward at the meeting. 

Riders Rep

Each Club in Victoria has a Riders Rep that is the contact point between show officials/committees and the riders.  If you are interested in being the riders rep for your area, be sure to contact the local club and let them know of your interest.  The Clubs will be requested to put the names of their riders reps into the committee and this nominated group of riders rep then select the State Riders Rep from their ranks.  This process is due to be completed at the May meeting so be sure to let your club know if you are interested in this role.

State Championships SA

Good Luck to those heading off to South Australia for the State Championships.  If you have not indicated your interest in riding in the Victorian State Junior, Young Rider or Senior team please do so as a matter of urgency.


Maree Tomkinson on Donna Elena
2015 Australian 5 Year Old Champion

DJWTS 2015, another step forward.

As Chair of Dressage Victoria, I drive home from Performance Sales International Dressage & Jumping with the Stars 2015 with a sense of pride that our organisation has delivered another great show to the Dressage community.

The Event Directors Deb MacNicol and Sue McKay have worked tirelessly to create this celebration of the young dressage horse and our strengthening links with European dressage.  With great crowds each day, the traders had a successful show and the Mansion Hotel Champagne Bar was again a highlight.

With our major sponsor P.S.I. having “Australia” as the theme at this year’s Horses & Dreams show in Hagen April 22-26, further links were developed during P.S. I. DJWTS, as prospective buyers, sponsors and travellers networked throughout the show. The announcement of “The Australian Dressage International Travel Fund Trust” and the generous support of Longvue as sponsors of the CDI-W signals another step forward for Australian dressage as philanthropy emerges as a realistic underpinning of our progress. Continual improvement is the culture at Equestrian Victoria and I hope you all agree with me that P.S.I.  DJWTS 2015 is a demonstration of another step forward.

Thanks to Greg Pratt and the WPNEC team for presenting the venue so well.

Thank you to all the volunteers, judges, sponsors, traders, and competitors who helped make P.S.I. DJWTS 2015 a great success.

Michael Bragge,
Chairman, Dressage Victoria

DJWTS Press Release

The Australian Young Horse Championships, P.S.I. Dressage & Jumping with the Stars, is over for another year. The great weather on the final day of competition attracted record crowds in the Trade Village and saw the Mansion Hotel Champagne Bar overflowing.

At the conclusion of a busy weekend, which featured the Saddleworld Dressage Masterclass presented by Eva Möller (Germany) spectators crowded into the indoor arena to watch the finals of the Australian Young Dressage Horse Championships.

The four-year-old P.S.I. AYDH Championship, supported by Mount St John Stud (UK) and also Australian Carol Simpson, was won by SPH Renaissance ridden by Rodney Martin and owned by Andrea Beatty. The sire of this lovely bay mare is Royal Hit and her dam is PSI Oltovia by Clintino.

The five-year-old P.S.I. AYDH Championship went to Maree Tomkinson and her outstanding mare Donna Elena, sired by Don Schufro and out of Beauty Bolrera by Bolero. The five- and six-year-old Championships were also supported by UK stud, Mount St John and by Australian Dressage judge, Jillian Cobcroft, who has been a long-time Dressage with the Stars enthusiast. The six-year-old P.S.I. AYDH Champion was awarded to the impressive black stallion, Solo Feliz, owned and ridden by Daniella Dierks. Solo Feliz is by San Amour, the dam is Donna Lara by Donnerhall. The hotly contested final to determine the Champion of Champions was awarded to Daniella Dierks and Solo Feliz whose presence and charisma impressed the judges. They go home with prizes from International Horse Breeders, Saddleworld, Mal Byrne Performance Saddlery as well as the coveted P.S.I. Trophy Rug.

The young dressage pony classes received the best entries since being introduced in 2010 and saw the handsome palomino stallion Noble Dance awarded Champion of Champions for the second year. Owned by Revelwood Warmblood Stud and ridden by Amanda Shoobridge the stallion is sired by Heidbergs Nanch Nora.

Saturday evening saw a large crowd watch Mary Hanna and her consistent Jazz gelding Umbro crowned Longvue CDI-W Champion. This was Mary and Umbro’s fourth consecutive win this season. The competition was strong with high scores being achieved. Four combinations recorded over 70% including newcomer John Thompson riding for New Zealand on Bates Antonello. Runner up was DP Weltmieser owned by Susan Duddy and ridden by Brett Parbery with third place awarded to Maree Tomkinson and Diamantina 4.

The organisers are very pleased to have P.S.I. as naming rights sponsor of this event and preparations will ensure another spectacular show in 2016. For all results visit

Dressage Victoria Minutes of Meeting

1. Goals:

  •   Guest Speaker:  Rosie Cole
    To discuss Para equestrian.
    Not enough competitions for Para riders to get experience at EA level.
    Each club to look into running Para tests.
    “Para Tests upon request”

     Finance Management

  • Dressage Festival profit approx. $25,000.00
  • 110 m2 top soil taken out of Indoor 1 and some spread into Indoor 2.  Stripped to the old base and 75 m2 of shavings will be added
  • Most important news on the finance front is that all events conducted by EV this FY have shown a profit. This is a huge turnaround from recent years. Well considered budgets have been drawn up for all events and followed carefully.

    General Buisness

  • Freestyle seminar to be conducted by Virginia Creed open to all riders 1st or 2nd week of September.
  • Stuart Archibald resigned as Riders Representative.Nominations will be advertised on line and then a vote on line will be organised.The committee thanked Stuart for his hard work, input and enthusiasm and wished him luck with his future studies.
  • Young Rider Forum to be held Tuesday 14th April – Old Admin Building – Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre commencing a 7 pm.
  • State squad have two more clinic prior to June and 6 clinics have been organised for 2015/2016.  Julia Battam has advised that National office will contribute by supplying support – non riding skills such as Nutrition, Physio etc.
  • Victoria is leading the way with a state squad and a state coach.
  • Fundraising Ball being planned to raise funds – 22nd August is the tentative date.
  • Funding the squad.  One suggestions was
    That a % to be determined from Dressage events which make a profit be allocated to a development fund to be used by Dressage Victoria.
  • Handbook information gone out to all clubs and require first round as soon as possible.
  • DJWTS – all representatives requested to push the Car Raffle on websites/facebook pages.  Jumping has been moved to the Multi-purpose lawn.  Bruno Lawn off limits.
  • Dressage Festival.  Working towards sponsorship Clubs to be asked to contribute volunteers as per last year.HRCAV to be asked to come along on Sunday on the grass.Division 2 classes to be run on the grass to free up arenas for warm up etc.Plan to have the Aachen Final and the GP Freestyle as features on the Saturday night.Schedule to be looked at.
  • Young Rider Championships being held 10-13th April incorporating CDI-Y and U25 GP plus added a 22 – 25 PSG Challenge.  Naming rights sponsor in NCIS and many other sponsors on board.  Will require volunteers.
  • Glen Fryer fundraiser held – money will go towards the CDI-W at M3DE,
  • Participation membership to be looked at and try to be more inclusive, many grey areas in the rule book which leads to differing interpretations of the rules.
  • Suggested a DJWTS Feature Newsletter be sent out this week.


Over the years, Berwick and District Dressage Club have been innovators in ways to attract numbers to events. In the early 80s the club held the first Berwick Classic dressage competition then sponsored by Peter Horobin and held at Oakwood Riding School in Narre Warren. This was to become a major event over the years and is now known as the “Skye Park Classic” held in February at Werribee. The club then introduced the concept of club Information/Demonstration days. These were held mostly at Astral in Skye and for many years Beryl Hails was the presenter. These days attracted dressage enthusiasts but also many spectators from other disciplines and it was often standing room only in the gallery.

Early this year the club committee managed to secure a clinic with the inimitable Heath Ryan and decided to run a Master Class in the evening. After discussion, the committee decided that the Master Class should be directed to pony club. We put out for nominations from pony clubs for riders they considered to be deserving to participate on the night. This was done via Facebook. It went viral and we had a total of 52 nominations from clubs!! We had 2 spots so we basically pulled 2 names out of a hat! The excited recipients were Skye Aldie from Phillip Island and Shayla Rigby from Korumburra. Heath worked with the girls individually going through requirements for basic paces.

Skye had an exciting ride on her sensitive and athletic thoroughbred. Heath talked about the value of thoroughbreds to equestrian sports. He drew attention to the chestnut’s trot and pointed out the effect of tension on the pace at the beginning. He worked through the canter and showed the scope of the thoroughbred’s jump in this pace. The trot that emerged after the canter was much freer and this got Heath talking about different possibilities of each natural pace. He showed the very good walk this horse had and mentioned how important this was. Similarly the importance of a good natural canter. With the trot he mentioned and demonstrated how the trot can be improved through correct work. He was very impressed with Skye’s ability to stick to her horse when the clapping crowd got a bit too much for him.

Shayla also got some very good insight to introducing in hand work towards half steps-Heath is a Master at this work and believes that horses can be seen doing all we need them to perform in the paddock except for Piaff. He explains that in the wild, horses only perform Piaff when they are trapped and for this reason, it is vital that this introductory work be done very tactfully and the maintenance of relaxation is the number 1 point to remember.

I also rode Tasman Park Fanfare to demonstrate some movements and Heath spoke about the quality of horses that we now have access to in Australia. This was a fantastic opportunity for Fifi and I as she hasn’t been ridden under lights with a big crowd before. I have to say, she was extremely well behaved and lapped up the attention! Questions were addressed after each rider and Heath gave feedback and information.

The clinic and Master Class was held at the fantastic facilities of the new Oakwood Riding School in Clyde North. They were around 100 spectators who paid a small entry fee. Everyone received a raffle ticket at the door and later in the evening the first ticket to be pulled out of the hat won the chance for their nominated pony club to choose a rider from their club to receive a free lesson with Heath at his next B&DDC clinic in May. The second prize winner received a fantastic leather halter with now obligatory “bling” donated by Horseland.

I would like to thank committee member Sharyn Wyatt and Olivia Drake for driving this concept. It was a fantastic success and we hope to have further evenings in the future. Anyone wanting more information about the Master Class or B&DDC can refer to the website or Facebook page

Sue Chandler (President)


Young Horse Seminar Review

Sunday 29th April, following the DWTS, the DJEP ran a most successful Young Horse Judges seminar.
With the wonderful support of the event committee, and generous sponsorship, we were able to engage Wim Ernes FEI 5* NED. He is a highly respected International Dressage, YH judge and Judge Educator. Together with Susie Hoevenaars, also FEI 5*, a program unfolded that delighted those attending judges and coaches alike.

The morning started with a short blast of theory in the comfortable PSI marquee, and continued into the Indoor arena for a 3 hour live session combining Ulf and Eva Mueller’s training of the young horses with Wim’s sharing his wealth of knowledge and expertise when judging the 4,5 and 6 year olds. This was delivered using audio headsets to all attendees, enabling them to fully concentrate and appreciate the education being provided.

After lunch, judges participated in mock judging YH tests for each age group, and lively discussion followed. All judges were encouraged to share their observations, which they did with growing confidence.

The young horses presented on the day showed wonderful qualities, and provided varying points for stimulating discussion. Such a valuable contribution by our riders.

The day concluded back in the PSI marquee with recent International DVD footage on the big screen and further discussion. Many were reluctant to leave, and the feedback received has been extremely positive.

Judges Upgrade

Congratulations to the following judges who went through the process of theory and practical exams to advance to the next level of judging. It is great to see people putting in the time to upgrade.

F- Susan Thompson 
E -Lihla Wyles, Annelise Larin, Kathryn Pempel and Olwen Kemp
D- Allison O’Neill and Lee Howells
C – Sue Smith
A Linda Goller Moulds and Lou D’Elia


Our last seminar at JurAvon was kindly sponsored to the tune of $1000.00 by the Western Victorian Dressage Club. We are extremely grateful to the Western Victorian Dressage Club for this financial input as it allowed us to fly Maria Schwennesen down from Queensland to conduct the seminar. Ongoing support from our Dressage Clubs is essential to help maintain our ability run educational seminars and workshops with a range of judge educators from Victoria and interstate. We have a calendar of seminar dates on the EV judge website plus other interesting information that people can access via this web link. . It would be great if riders and coaches could attend some of these seminars or workshops to give their input and perspective and to be part of the overall education process for judges. We have an H level seminar scheduled for April 26th at Juravon Park in Melton and an E & F seminar on May 2nd also at Juravon Park. There will be a para judge clinic on May 3rd at Balmoral Equestrian Centre. Dressage Geelong is conducting a workshop with Mary Seefried and Susie Hoevenaars on May 31st. It will be a great opportunity for riders’, judges and coaches to participate with 2 knowledgeable presenters

For Judges of all levels needing to do their upgrades or seminar please see calendar on this attached link

Please note the National Seminar Calander is avaliable from the above link.

Become a Judge

Judging is a rewarding and valuable learning experience and we would love to have more equestrians come into the Judging system .

The DJEP welcome anyone who would like to become a judge to contact Sue Smith at

Show Horse

Equissage Amateur Show Results

Ring 1 Open Ring

Champion Led Pony Mirinda Mattinee Idol  - Izabella Mcintyre
Reserve Champion Wesswoods Justa Cast - Hannah Bufton

Champion Led Galloway Lismere Showtime - Casey Shevlin
Reserve Champion Led Galloway Rosedale Notting Hill - Karen Cook

Champion Led Hack Mister Majestic - Fiona Course
Reserve Champion Led Hack Etoile - Paula Heffernan

Supreme Led Mirinda Mattinee Idole

Champion Junior Rider Hannah Bufton
Reserve Champion Junior Rider Jessica Fraser

Champion Intermediate Rider Izabella Mcintyre
Reserve Champion Intermediate Rider Georgia Adams

Champion Senior Rider Fiona Course
Reserve Champion Senior Rider Sally Aumann

Champion Ridden Pony Mirinda Mattinae Idol - Izabella Mcintyre
Reserve Champion Ridden Pony Hollys Star Atraction - Georgia Adams

Champion Ridden Galloway Whistle Jackets Spell - Catherine Walton
Reserve Champion Ridden Galloway Lismere Showtime - Casey Shelvin

Champion Ridden Hack Vienna Ill Declare - Helen Whitehead
Reserve Champion Ridden Hack Mister Majestic - Fiona Course

Supreme Ridden Mirinda Mattinee Idole

Ring 2 Hunter Ring

Champion Led Hunter Pony Taylyn Park Jon Paul - Lynne King
Reserve Champion Led Hunter Pony Merrindale Royal Blue Belle - Louise Drysdale

Champion Led Hunter Galloway Hibrie Xclusive - Kaylene Mccarthy
Reserve Champion Led Hunter Galloway Karlana Your Welcome - Michelle Bryant

Champion Led Hunter Hack Ellie O Kalos - Colleen Waddell
Reserve Champion Led Hunter Hack Sovren Park Empire - Trudy Merlo

Supreme Led Hunter Ellie O Kalos - Colleen Waddell

Champion Ridden Hunter Pony  Merrindale Royal Blue Belle - Louise Drysdale
Reserve Champion Ridden Hunter Pony Taylyn Park Jon Paul - Lynne King

Champion Ridden Hunter Galloway Satisfication - Adele Gardinar
Reserve Champion Ridden Hunter Galloway Cheraton Mikado

Champion Ridden Hunter Hack Point Made - Robert Clarke
Reserve Champion Ridden Hunter Hack Ellie O Kalos - Colleen Waddell

Supreme Hunter Satisfication - Adele Gardinar

Ring 3 Newcomers

Champion Newcomer Led Pony Penny Royal Storm Bird - Jessica Byrne
Reserve Champion Newcomer Led Pony Ribbons Blue - Robert Clarke

Champion Newcomer Led Galloway Rosedale Notting Hill - Karen Cook
Reserve Champion Newcomer Led Galloway Lourve - Michelle Bryant

Champion Newcomer Led Hack Sunset Rex - Chelsea Douglas
Reserve Champion Newcomer Led Hack Etoile -  Paula Heffernan

Supreme Led Newcomer  Sunset Rex - Chelsea Douglas

Champion Ridden Newcomer Hunter Satisfaction - Adele Gardiner
Reserve Champion Newcomer Hunter Sallisbury Baby Bella - Dianne Jose

Champion Newcomer Ridden Pony Penny Royal Storm Bird - Jessica Byrne
Reserve Champion Newcomer Ridden Pony Moondale Classic - Cassandra Parker

Champion Newcomer Ridden Galloway Gordon Park Jive Dancer - Renne Kewish
Reserve Champion Newcomer Ridden Galloway Lourve - Michelle Bryant

Champion Newcomer Ridden Hack Vienna Ill Declare - Helen Whitehead
Reserve Champion Newcomer Ridden Hack CJP Berry Kiss - Rachel Fraser

Supreme Ridden Newcomer Vienna Ill Declare - Helen Whitehead

Ring 4 Senior Horse

Champion Led Senior Pony Mirinda Miss Money Penny - Chelsi Jervis
Reserve Champion Led Senior Pony Romany Arctic Prince - Isabella Thomson

Champion Led Senior Galloway Willowcroft Royal Command - Katernina Herceg
Reserve Champion Led Senior Galloway Rhames Spa - Yasmin Saad

Champion Led Senior Hack Mister Majestic - Fiona Course
Reserve Champion Led Senior Hack Sovern Park Empire - Trudy Merlo

Supreme Led Senior Mister Majestic - Fiona Course

Champion Ridden Senior Pony Mirinda Miss Money Penny - Chelsi Jervis
Reserve Champion Ridden Senior Pony Romany Arctic Prince - Isabella Thomson

Champion Ridden Senior Galloway Gordon Park Masquerade - Hannah Bufton
Reserve Champion Ridden Senior Galloway Helden Park Stylish Rhythm - Abby Schmitt

Champion Ridden Senior Hack Vienna Ill Declare - Helen Whitehead
Reserve Champion Ridden Senior Hack Exclusively Mine - Rebecca Taylor

Supreme Ridden Senior Horse Gordon Park Masquerade

Ring 5 Junior Ring

Champion Led Junior Pony Ariston Dream Song - Levon Plumridge
Reserve Champion Junior Pony Hollys Star Atraction - Georgia Adams

Champion Led Junior Galloway Whistle Jackets Spell - Catherine Walton
Reserve Champion Led Junior Galloway Lismere Showtime - Cassey Shelvin

Supreme Led Junior Ariston Dream Song Levon Plumridge

Champion Ridden Junior Pony Hollys Star Atraction - Georgia Adams
Reserve Champion Junior Pony Wesswood Just A Caste - Hannah Bufton

Champion Ridden Junior Galloway Gordon Park Masquerade - Hannah Bufton
Reserve Champion Ridden Junior Galloway Whistle Jackets Spell - Catherine Walton

Champion Ridden Junior Hack Pastiche - Emerald Brogelt
Reserve Champion Junior Ridden Hack KS Gwydion - Jessica Fraser

Supreme Ridden Junior Horse Hollys Star Atraction - Georgia Adams

Committee Meeting

The show horse committee had their march meeting.

Some of the points of discussion were:

Barastoc: Helen Heagney reported on  the running of the event and despite a few minor hiccups the show was reported a success on all accounts. We are revising our timetable to ensure efficiency.
All committee members had received positive feed back from competitors, judges, stewards & volunteers. The committee is very pleased with the outcome and are very enthused for next year.

Amateur Show: Mitch Fox reported on the events progress. The show has received good support from competitors and has also received a tremendous amount of support from sponsors. The show has some great prizes and offers allot to our non professional competitors. This is our first year running an amateur show so there's going to be some trial and error areas but we certainly look forward to developing and growing this area.

Show Horse clinics: Rebecca Farrow reported that we now have Judi Kaponica & Amanda Ross instructing at our clinic on the Sunday 14th of June. More information on how to enter will be available soon. We will also be running a clinic on Saturday 11th July with Judi Kaponica and Jodie Barnes.

Judges seminar: The committee are looking at hosting some very knowledgable people to do presentations that should be of benefit to all of us. Once we can confirm presenters & venue availability a time and date will be announced.

The committee is feeling very accomplished after the success of recent events, we would like to thank our members for your ongoing support and we look forward to continuing to grow and develop our sport. We are always striving to provide moreopportunities and cater for all our members.

Emma Booth Fights Back

Like most little girls, Emma Booth’s one wish was for a pony.

And like so many parents, it was one that was impossible to grant. For years their daughter galloped around the house on her wooden stick toy horse.

When she heard about a competition to win a pony, she dialled the number so often her fingers hurt, but, it worked.

The Booth family quickly discovered she had an aptitude for riding and she was soon competing around the country.

It was an event in Albury in April 2013 that put Victorian university student Emma, on the road the night a truck jackknifed, hitting two cars. Inside one, was Emma.

The flash of headlights was all she saw before she blacked out. She woke to rescuers reassuring her, a barking dog and the worse sound of all: the cries of one of the distressed horses.

The woman in the second car died, but the girls had survived, just.

Doctors at the Royal Melbourne Hospital discovered Emma had a bleed on her brain, a fractured skull, sternum, collarbone and ankle, a shattered spine, a punctured lung and life-threatening abdominal injuries.

When Emma was off life support, she made hand signals at her nurse, Michelle Spence, to imitate walking.

“I told her she was safe, but that her injury was so severe that she was unlikely to ever walk again, but I think she already knew,” Ms Spence said.

“Her second question was whether she would ever ride again and with her determination, I had no doubt that she would.”

But nobody expected it to be so soon. Within four months, Emma, now 23, was back on a horse.

Two years after the accident Emma is training for the Paralympic Games in Rio.

Riding is different nowadays. Balancing can be a challenge. She uses a whip and voice commands to guide the horse’s movements. But the rush that comes from moving as one with an animal is even better than before.

“I try to focus my mind on feeling lucky. I might not have survived the accident, if my injury was higher in the spine I may not have been able to ride and I may never have been going to Rio,” she said.

Emma is supporting the hospital’s fundraiser, to buy vital equipment for their new ICU.

Ms Spence, who is also the project manager for the new ICU, is imploring Victorians to help.

“Life can change in a split second, you just never know when you will need the ICU,” she said.

Reproduced with kind permission of the Herald Sun

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