Ladies' winner nets a double in six days of campdrafting
CAMPDRAFTING: Maffra rider Vicki Hiscock has won two of the biggest ladies' campdrafts in Australia in a period of six days on the same horse.
The Victorian rider was 32nd into the arena to score 86 on Steph this afternoon after a first round of 89 and won the Vanderfield Hino Ladies' Silver Cup in Warwick.
She won by three points from two Queensland riders, Bryony Puddicombe on CDCatt and Kimberley Sammon on Pussy Skills.
Joint first-round leader Kerry Turner, from Clermont, was fourth on Hingus with scores of 90 in the first round and 81 in today's final.
Hiscock won the ladies' Grandmother Clock draft at Chinchilla on Sunday.
Her brother, Peter Boulton, won the Grandfather Clock Campdraft at Chinchilla on Saturday so both are following the winning ways of their father, Ken Boulton.
Action today included round 2 of the Black Toyota Canning Downs Campdraft where Clermont rider Rohan Marks scored 89 and 88 to be among a group of three at the head of the leaderboard on 177.
South Burnett rider Kay Radke on Confess and Pete Comiskey from Nebo on Paris also have 177 going into tomorrow's final. There are 110 nominations for tomorrow's Frasers Livestock Transport Stallion Draft.