Dedrick rides to top with Harris

Eve Dedrick of Aldergrove and her Connemara gelding "Harris" won the PNE's Indoor Eventing Derby Championship

Eve Dedrick of Aldergrove has been winning big prizes with her mount Harris

Eve Dedrick of Aldergrove and her Connemara gelding “Harris” won the PNE’s Indoor Eventing Derby Championship on Friday, Sept. 4 during the final evening performance in the Agrodome.

It was a three-day long competition with day one consisting of dressage, day two an indoor cross country jumping course and day three a stadium jumping course.

There were two judges for the events and Dedrick and Harris sat in first place from day one and were the only competitors in two divisions to jump with clear rounds in all phases.

This spring Harris was also awarded the title of Canadian Champion Connemara Pony by the Canadian Connemara Pony Society.

On the left is Larissa Holitkzi of Chilliwack and on on the right is Eve Dedrick of Aldergrove, winners of the both divisions of the PNE Indoor Eventing Derby Championships. (Lezah Williamson photo)

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