CAMPDRAFTERS from around the region made their way out to Dawes Hall campdraft grounds on April 21 and 22.
Ideal weather provided the perfect scene for the competition, which had been rained out for the past three years.
The Dawes Hall committee has praised the event as "the biggest yet".
The Alf and Linda Schubert Memorial Maiden Draft was the first event for the day, with 220 competitors.
Jason Wyatte took out first place, riding Midnight with a score of 172.
Shauna Voss was named juvenile champion on DVS with a score of 84, while Lydia Taylor took out the junior title on Bonnie, and Josh Lamont placed first in the mini draft riding Playful Acres.
Committee president Anthony Webb took out the Blue Hills novice draft riding Roy with a final score of 170.
Peter Comiskey was an impressive match, with Marnies Destiny taking out the open and restricted open.
The committee was impressed with the talent of riders on the day and the number of high scores.
Committee president Anthony Webb dubbed the weekend a huge success.
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