Riverina Open Horse rivalry

Riverina Open Horses vie for top title

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The Riverina Open Horse title is still being hotly contested as competitors swap places or, in some cases, join the Top 10.

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The Riverina Open Horse title continues to hold our attention as they swap places or in some cases join the Top 10.  Ben and Jaye Hall appear to be undecided between Foot Acre, Classy Dove or Eltorrio taking first place. 

NUMBER ONE: Tim Rohan winner of the Guyra Time Piece Open draft. - Picture: Donna Davidson

NUMBER ONE: Tim Rohan winner of the Guyra Time Piece Open draft. - Picture: Donna Davidson

For this week the ranking sits with Classy Dove.  

An exciting result is the return of Marnies Destiny, owned by Rick Young, to the Top 10.  Marnies Destiny was the winner of last year’s Riverina Open Horse title and is now sitting in 5th place.  With only 74.34 points between this horse and the top spot, will Marnie make it his 3rd time to take out the title?  

HOT CONTENDER: South East Zone Riverina Open Horse Boonara Mentor Ridden by Huon Smith. - Picture: Russ Simpson

HOT CONTENDER: South East Zone Riverina Open Horse Boonara Mentor Ridden by Huon Smith. - Picture: Russ Simpson

Another horse joining the Top 10 is Paris, owned by Pete Comiskey.  Paris came twelfth overall last year and appears to be working tirelessly at ensuring she remains in the top 10 this competition season.

NT WA Zone: Hustler ridden by Kate Townsend. - Picture: Helen Groves

NT WA Zone: Hustler ridden by Kate Townsend. - Picture: Helen Groves

Central Zone: Riverina Open Horse Hip Chick ridden by Warren Holzwart represents another top contender for the title.

Central Zone: Riverina Open Horse Hip Chick ridden by Warren Holzwart represents another top contender for the title.

South East Zone: Marsha ridden by Bruce Myers. - Picture: Mike Kenyon

South East Zone: Marsha ridden by Bruce Myers. - Picture: Mike Kenyon

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