Victorian, Mat Holz rode Bulla Tambourine to victory in the 2015 Landmark Classic Campdraft. Photo: Wild Fillies PhotographyIn the lead-up to the eighth annual Landmark Classic Sale, Tamworth, horses purchased out of previous Landmark Classic sales vied for a prize pool in excess of $200,000 over six incentive-based events.
It was a Victorian combination that took home the $35,000 winners’cheque in the Landmark Classic, with Mat Holz riding Bulla Tambourine, owned by Peter Apasto, claiming the title.The rising four year old mare was purchased for $66,000 from fellow Victorian, Mark Ruff, Bulla Lyn ASH stud, at last year’s sale.
The winner of the Landmark Masters Campdraft was Cowra campdrafter, Glen Peterson, riding the gelding Gibs Witness, also purchased from last year’s sale by Mathew and Kylie Webber, Geurie.
Queensland competitor, Mick Cole rode to victory in the Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft mounted on Cats Royelle whilst Tamworth’s Hugh Miles rode Conductor to a 0.5 point win in the Merial Stallion Shootout – a three-round showcase of the sires which had progeny in this year’s sale.
The Prydes Easifeeds Australian Performance Horse Challenge saw horses five years and under, purchased out of a previous Landmark Classic sale, show their ability in a dry working pattern and a working cow horse round.The overall winner was Felicity Burton, Jondaryan, Queensland, riding her mare JR Elsola Rey, purchased in 2012 for $5,000 from Victorian Tony Soffra.
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