Eurobodalla Dressage Association hosted the Eurobodalla championships on Sunday, November 24, where long-standing members were recognised at the Moruya Showground.
Spokesperson Emma Lipscombe said Irene and Jeff Adams and Anne Behringer, were recognised for their outstanding contributions to the club and had been the backbone of the club since its conception in 1988.
"Riders young and older; experienced and those just finding their feet, are all welcomed by the club; encouraged to enter, enjoy and celebrate the odd win," Ms Lipscombe said.
"Volunteers and judges then make it all happen."
She said the championships was an event for all to shine. Winners received trophies, rugs, ribbons and saddle blankets.
Jenny Andrews was the recipient of this year's King Brian Memorial Trophy.
Rider Caitlin Blay, who is vision-impaired, and her mount Zeus, had trained tirelessly with coach Hetty Munda.
They had a "fabulous day", entering three tests, including the entertaining freestyle event.
"Congratulations to all riders and their support crews and congratulations to the winners and place-getters on the day," she said.
Full results and photos have been posted on the Eurobodalla Dressage Club website and links available on the club's Facebook page.
Ms Lipscombe thanked retired and professional photographer Max Wilson for providing photos and expertise at no expense, giving all competitors "beautiful images to remember the day".
The event was sponsored by local businesses South Wind Australian Stockhorses, Southlands Butchery, and Mogendoura Farm.
For results, photos and more information about the Eurobodalla Dressage Association, go to eurobodalladressage.org
Irene and Jeff Adams and Anne Behringer were recognised for their outstanding contributions.