Cobram Pony Club riders made all the right moves when its musical ride teams finished first and second at the recent Northern Zone qualifier for games, flat and musical ride at Barmah.May 21, 2014 8:30am
Cobram Pony Club riders made all the right moves when its musical ride teams finished first and second at the recent Northern Zone qualifier for games, flat and musical ride at Barmah.
The combination of Gracie Reid, Molly Reid, Hayley Adams and Abbey Brennan in the Cobram A team impressed judges with their workout to Toni Basil’s one-hit wonder Hey Mickey.
They scored the highest points over Cobram B, which rode to RedFoo’s Let’s Get Ridiculous with Hayley and Abbey on their second ponies, teamed with sisters Lucy and Stephanie Bramley.
The win and second placing qualified both teams to represent the Northern Zone at the Pony Club Association of Victoria PCAV State Games, Flat and Kay Irving Musical Ride Championship at Bacchus Marsh on June 14.
Cobram president Barb Clarke said it had been a great day for the club, with twin sisters Georgina and Rochelle Bosco also qualifying for Bacchus Marsh with their pair routine.
‘‘Both the musical ride teams did a great job, particularly Stephanie Bramley who is only eight years old,’’ Ms Clarke said.
The day was also the conclusion of an aggregate competition for dressage, showjumping and games that has been held as a series in the Northern Zone.
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