For Inverell Pony Club's Mackenzie Lyons, Pony Club NSW's annual sporting and campdrafting championships at Walcha proved to be a successful weekend.
Competitors from all over the state made their way to the state championships event hosted by Zone 13's Walcha Pony Club.
Mackenzie was reserve champion in the under 13s in the sporting and then backed it up with champion in the campdraft on Sunday.
She wasn't the only one from Zone 13 who had great results, Emmaville's Madison Ellis was reserve champion in the 11 and under 13 years sporting.
Armidale's Michael Paull was reserve in the 17 and under 26 years.
Emmaville Pony Club's Brooke Klingner was the 15 and under 17 years state champion in the sporting.
The Zone 13 quartet of Emmaville's Brooke Klingner, Jasmine Klingner and Madison Ellis along with Armidale's Jessica Emery were also crowned the winning team for the weekend.
Zone 13 Chief Instructor Belinda Williamson was rapt with the results, and the weekend as a whole.
"The host club, Walcha, did a great job running the event," she said.
"The grounds were superb, the events ran smoothly and efficiently and the canteen, as usual, had great food and kept everyone fed.
"Our Zone competed very well with our talented young pony club riders who work their way up from starting as new pony clubbers to being of State Championships level.
"Zone 13 were the overall winners of the Sporting Championships, excellent result from our riders and always brilliant to win big on your home turf.
"Our riders as always presented beautifully and rode with great sportsmanship and skill."