SRSJC’s May 20 & 21 Show – Sold Out

SRSJC’s shows often sell out – and entries for our May indoor fixture started rolling in  just moments after going online at

The weekend kicks off with 80, 90, 100 and 110cm training rounds on Saturday afternoon – going higher if there’s time and requests from riders.

Darren Taylor rode Air Wings Z for owners Jakoma Equetrian Park at SRSJC’s April show. Photo: Eric Lloyd Photography

Saturday’s training rounds and Sunday’s 90cm, 1.05, 1.15, 1.20-1.25 and 1.30m competition courses will be designed by Kevin Tully (FEI-2). Local legend and SRSJC’s Les Bunning will be in the arena during Saturday’s training rounds to lend a hand if riders need assistance. Competition classes include dedicated Junior and Young Rider classes that count toward points for SRSJC’s Annual Hi Points awards. Senior Hi Points are accrued from official points classes throughout SRSJC’s season.

ENQUIRIES for this show: Suzanne, 0419 912 533 or email

Thanks so much to our fabulous sponsor partners – we couldn’t do this without you!

Major & Foundation Sponsor: Patersons Securities

Jakoma Equestrian, Brigadoon Produce, Kentaur Australia, Beluga Park Equine Stud, EWA Jumping and High Performance, Quickmail, Dr Kathy Klein, La Noir & Brookleigh Equestrian, EquineWorld, Horseland, Bindoon Tractors, Dark Selections, Eric Lloyd Photography, Yalambi Farm Stud, Finch Farm, CWD Australia, NG Equine, Thompson & Redwood, Shawn Squire & Naomi Murray, Subway Midvale, Hey Pesto.







Impressive Jumping at SRSJC’s April 30 Event

Competitors again came out in force for SRSJC’s April 30 show indoors at Brookleigh, which continues to thrive under its new ownership and management.

The show’s large entries hardly felt the absence of WA horses competing the same weekend at the Aquis Champions Tour in Queensland and Moora CNC. The 90cm – 1.15m classes were especially popular for stepping up young horses preparing for SRSJC’s upcoming Young Showjumping Horse Championship in June, many taking advantage of the programme’s progressive height classes.

Throughout the day, SRSJC’s course designer Kevin Tully challenged riders with forward-thinking tracks that took thoughtful riding and created highly competitive classes. Shawn Squire and Julia Conti’s Jaybee Voorn (x Vivant) showed top form against stiff competition by winning the SRSJC 1.20m Open and Patersons Securities 1.30m Open classes. Lucinda Bunning also pulled a double by placing first and second in SRSJC’s 1.20m Young Rider class on her chestnut duo of Two Reds, owned by the Forrest family, and her own home-bred Fairway Park AJ.

Lucy Rowe and Pindan took out the SRSJC 1.10m Open, while Chloe Versteegan continued to dominate junior levels with a win and fourth in the NG Equine 1.10m Junior Jumperon Raylyn’s Eliza and Classique Bean. In the Brigadoon Produce 1.15m Open younger riders captured all the places, led by capable junior Madison Skinner and GKO Arpeggio.

In the large 1.05m classes, locally-bred Pico Bello progeny Pico Bam led the SRSJC 1.05m Open and Celia Lecumberri successfully steered Melanie Graham’s Sandalwood Rialto in the Jakoma Equestrian 1.05m for horses with 6 or less official competition points.

Sponsorship plays such a significant part of equestrian sport and the generosity of SRSJC’s ‘partners’  helps us reward riders for their dedication to training, preparing and competing their horses. Thanks to Patersons Securities, Brookleigh Equestrian, La Noir/Saddleworld, Jakoma Equestrian, Brigadoon Produce, Kentaur Australia, NG Equine and Thompson & Redwood for sponsoring the classes at SRSJC’s April show.