CHAMPION: Steve Comiskey on Delta with NAB representative, Darren Kuhl and judge Sean Dillon. Picture: Julie Shaw
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Central Zone competitorWally Rea may have a fight on his hands this year for the Master Rider Title with only 5.16 points separating him and Alan Davison.

Ladies Draft: McGregor Gourlay Garah winner Molly Le Brocq on Parable with place receivers. Picture: Rachel Carrigan

It seems that Alan is a quiet achiever, racking up the points at recent northern drafts and sneaking into first position.

Paradise Lagoons: Trevor Pullen in the Novice draft. Picture: Sue Waldron

There is no change in the top four placings for the Juvenile Title. Dean Radke is powering along holding his spot in first place, followed closely by Jessie Roberts with only eight points between them. Southern Zone brothersRiley and Jacob Rockemer look to be fighting it out for third and fourth position.

Open success: Diane Williams Memorial Garah Open Draft winner Jason Birney on Liberty and place receivers. Picture: Rachel Carrigan

The Champion Cutout horse competition remains unchanged with Northern Zone horse Action owned by Will Durkin still in the lead but only by one point, followed by Pepper owned by Don Cross.

Winner: Kerry Wallace at Paradise Lagoons. Picture: Sue Waldron

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