Scarlett’s riding high

Scarlett Richardson

Scarlett Richardson of Tall Timbers Pony Club at Ourimbah is riding high following a string of achievements in various equestrian events.

At this year’s Pony Club Jamboree, Scarlett showcased her prowess and camaraderie, excelling in various competitions.

Her dedication and hard work clinched the title of Champion nine-year-old rider.

A remarkable highlight was winning the 9-11-year-old dressage class with a score of 70.8 per cent.

For the second year running, Scarlett secured the highly-coveted Champions of Champions title, signifying her remarkable success at interclub events.

She also claimed the Champion Sporting Award, underscoring her versatility and proficiency in various equestrian disciplines.

The highlight of Scarlett’s achievements this year was the prestigious Enzo Carraro Memorial Award.

This accolade, awarded to the overall highest ranked rider in the zone at state events, exemplifies Scarlett’s exceptional talent and dedication, elevating her as a role model within the equestrian community.

“We are immensely proud of Scarlett’s unwavering dedication and remarkable accomplishments,” her mother Lara Dombrovskis said.

“Her commitment to training with her new horse, Vision, coupled with her passion for riding, has led to these well-deserved accolades.”

The young Central Coast rider is destined for a bright future.

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