Melissa Southern takes to the ring.
Melissa Southern takes to the ring. Marguerite Cuddihy

Riders saddle up for St George campdraft

St George played host to a successful Balonne Branch Australian Stock Horse Show and Campdraft last weekend.

Belinda Gordon was awarded the open challenge on Glenray Fashion.

Kylie McPhee placed second and took out champion working ASH.

Melissa Southern won the junior horse and champion ASH hack on two of her mares.

George Speedy also had a a great weekend, taking out the junior challenge as well as a number of other events.

The campdraft ring also saw a number of St George locals take home the ribbons with Andrew Turvey and the talented Ruby winning both the maiden and novice.

Two blue ribbons also went to the McIntosh family: Bec McIntosh won the ladies' after a run off with Katie Birney, while her son Charlie won his first junior draft.

The committee thanked all volunteers, sponsors, cattle donors, judges and competitors.

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