Caroline and Brett win in a canter

CAROLINE Wagner and Brett Parbery had plenty of reasons to smile after dominating the ThinLine Dressage with Altitude International, at Orange’s Bradgate Park last weekend.

The pair took out seven titles between them, winning three and four respectively. Wagner’s triple title haul included the major title as she completed a clinical victory in the ThinLine Australia Grand Prix CDI three-star event on Friday.

Wagner, on board Tango V, posted a score of 67.720 per cent to claim the title from Sue Hearn and Remmington (65.820) and Heath Ryan, who scored 65.340 per cent on Regardez Moi.

Wagner and Tango V went on to claim wins in the Commins Hendriks Solicitors Grand Prix Special (CDN), and the Jilli Cobcroft Grand Prix (CDI) Freestyle on Saturday.

Wagner also won the Commins Hendriks Solicitors Grand Prix Special (CDN) ahead of Ryan and Hearn, with a score of 67.843. Ryan and Hearn finished second and third, with 67.098 per cent and 65.471 per cent respectively.

Wagner and Tango V once again fought off Ryan and Regardez Moi in the Jilli Cobcroft Grand Prix (CDI) Freestyle. The two partnerships scored 72.725 per cent and 71.975 per cent respectively. Kerry Mack (68.670 per cent), on board Mayfield Pzazz, finished third.

Parbery, on board DP Weltmeiser, won the Pryde’s Easifeed Intermediate A with 71.229 per cent, from Ryan (Johnny Depp - 65.80 per cent) and Tor Van Den Berge (Lauries AS - 65.457 per cent) and the Equestrian NSW Grand Prix (CDN) with 67.260 per cent from Gina Montgomery (Rodrigo III - 64 per cent) and Ryan (Johnny Depp - 61.520 per cent).

He then mounted PPH Zeppelin to win the Brighton Saddlery Advanced 5.1 with 70.80 per cent, from Lisa Martin (First Famous - 70.758 per cent) and Susan Elekessy (Don Rubin - 66.86 per cent) and the Gidgee Eyes Advanced 3.2 with 70.330 per cent, from Elekessy (Don Rubin - 67.619 per cent) and Kat Hoe (Rattle N Hum - 66.095 per cent).

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