Cyan Jolliffe, Jenna Unsworth and Breece Orsmond did Palm Kloof Equestrian Estate and Creston College proud at the South African National Equestrian Schools Association Nationals held at Misty Meadows in Pretoria last week.
There was never a dull moment at the national competition and as eHowz!t reported on Thursday, competitors and their horses received a scare when they were urged to evacuate the premises due to a veld fire.
The total number of entries for all disciplines on Thursday came to over 900 and to over 1100 on Friday.
Cyan secured 13th place out of 44 entrants in the Working Hunter 80cm class and 14th place out of 46 entrants in the Dressage Junior Novice class.
Jenna competed in the Show Jumping 80cm class where she finished 16th out of 59 entrants.
Breece managed fourth place out of 47 entrants in the Equitation 70cm class, fifth place out of 30 entrants in Dressage Junior Preliminary, 11th place out of 35 entrants in Working Riding and 12th place out of 57 entrants in the Show Jumping 70cm class.
She was also a member of the KwaZulu-Natal A team who won the Team Rosette for Working Riding.