Another great day at Tahora

Competition keen in all classes for Tahora Horse Sports Club's day — see the pictures

Competition keen in all classes for Tahora Horse Sports Club's day — see the pictures

READY FOR SCHOOL: Phoebe Williams with Sam Brooks (in the middle) and Carlos Thorburn, riding Bella in the “school pony” competition.

Pictures by Rebecca Williams
FAMILY TIME: Emily (back) and Joshua Barclay with dad Bruce. They travelled from Auckland to enjoy the day with family.
Patrons keep cool in the Tahora sports bar.
Aisha Williams was the B Grade rider with most points.
Brian Arnold, here riding Mac, was the adult competitor with most points at the Tahora Horse Sports.
Bridget Malcolm on her way to winning the Pablo Memorial Trophy.

Tahora Horse Sports Club held another successful sports day this month. Competition was keen in all classes, ranging from the adults down to three-year-old Lachie Williams.

The Tahora club was grateful for the help of sponsors and local people who made the day enjoyable. The free barbecue lunch was popular and the bar kept patrons refreshed.

For barman Bill O’Neill, the day was a milestone — he has provided the hospitality at the Tahora horse sports for 21 years.

Results

C Grade child, under seven years: Sam Brooks.

B Grade child, eight to 11 years: Aisha Williams.

A Grade child, 12 to 15 years: Alazay Manuel.

Female competitor most points: Bridget Malcom.

Adult competitor most points: Brian Arnold.

Pablo Memorial Trophy: Bridget Malcom.

Lands and Survey Station Cup: Haupapa Station.

Tahora Horse Sports Club held another successful sports day this month. Competition was keen in all classes, ranging from the adults down to three-year-old Lachie Williams.

The Tahora club was grateful for the help of sponsors and local people who made the day enjoyable. The free barbecue lunch was popular and the bar kept patrons refreshed.

For barman Bill O’Neill, the day was a milestone — he has provided the hospitality at the Tahora horse sports for 21 years.

Results

C Grade child, under seven years: Sam Brooks.

B Grade child, eight to 11 years: Aisha Williams.

A Grade child, 12 to 15 years: Alazay Manuel.

Female competitor most points: Bridget Malcom.

Adult competitor most points: Brian Arnold.

Pablo Memorial Trophy: Bridget Malcom.

Lands and Survey Station Cup: Haupapa Station.

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