The Tamborine Equestrian Group’s Surfers City Holden ODE was another incredible event over the weekend of August 6 & 7. Despite other major events being held in Queensland, Tamborine Equestrian Group still managed to hold a very successful event with fantastic numbers over all six classes.
The Dressage on Saturday went off like clock work with the classes running perfectly on time throughout the day and finishing earlier then expected thanks to the meticulous planning and running of the event. The smiles coming from riders faces as they exited the arena spoke volumes of how their tests went. As always, encouragement from one competitor to another was given at every opportunity which is always lovely to see. Cross-country also ran perfectly with almost every rider making it around this amazing course.
Major sponsor Surfers City Holden had some absolutely stunning vehicles on display over the weekend including a luxurious 4×4 which would be perfect to tow your precious cargo around. Tamborine Equestrian Group would like to thank their committee and president Charlotte for all her hard work and meticulous planning to make these events happen, all the volunteers including pencilers, jump judges, canteen workers, show jump builders, XC course helpers, Des the TD and all other officials, Terri Langdon, Nathan for his music and commentary, EA QLD and Adele and Rachel Godsall. An extra big thank you to the sponsors, without them these events would not be possible, so thank you to Surfers City Holden, Atkins Saddlery, Dynavyte, Technyflex, Town and Country Landscape Supplies, Aussie Blue Heeler Products, Equine Vit & Min, All Horses Veterinary Services and Jimboomba Produce. But most of all, a HUGE thank you to all the amazing competitors who continue to make the TEG events such a huge success event after event. We hope you had a fantastic weekend and we can’t wait to see you at the next event.
Blue Ribbon Photography captured all the event moments throughout the Members Day.
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