Battle of the Stars Showjumping

5-bar Competition

Which team are you going to support?

The Junior Stars

 

Image: Eric Lloyd Photography

Ailish Donovan

Jumping is certainly in Ailish Donovan's blood: both mother Bec & father Chad compete in jumping at the highest level, and older brother Angus is one of WA's rising star young riders. Ailish successfully transitioned from ponies onto Noblewood Park Conchetta in 2018, and has since become a prolific winner in both Junior and Open showjumping competitions. She recently placed 3rd in the WA State Junior Showjumping Championship, and won the 6 bar at the Perth Royal Show against some of the State's top senior riders!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image: Michelle Wrighton Photography

Chloe Versteegen

Chloe has been one of WA's top Junior showjumping riders for a number of years. In 2017 she was crowned the Australian Childrens Jumping Champion. Chloe has recently spent a month competing in Europe where she accrued her first International win: riding Bagheera Blue she placed first in a CSI 1* 1.30m at Oliva Nova in Spain. Chloe not only conquers the jumping world, she is also a decorated show horse rider with numerous wins to her name.

The Senior Stars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hannah Henry

Hannah is another rider who comes from a family of equestrian blue-bloods. Mother M’Liss is best known for her tireless work with the Claremont Therapeutic Riding Centre, while older sister Nellandra has been right beside Hannah at the top of the WA’s jumping. Hannah has won nearly every Amateur class around the State, with 2019 wins including classes at Yalambi, Patrons Cup and round 1 of the WA State Amateur Championship.

 

 

Image: Eric Lloyd Photography

Debbie Greenwood

Debbie has achieved widespread success at the very top of the jumping sport in WA. She has performed well in some of the State’s biggest and most prestigious jumping competitions: with Permission she placed 2nd in the Yalambi Grand Prix in April, 5th in the Paterson’s Plate Grand Prix and 6th in the 2018 Patrons Cup.