DALE Plumb continued his great form at the RT Edgar Equestrian Victoria show horse titles at Werribee Park last weekend.
Plumb took the champion large hack award with DP Amazing and secured a spot to represent Victoria at the national titles in December.
Reserve sash went to Barastoc champion Xlerate, shown by Alex Berwick and Sarah McMaster.
Daryl Hayes and Jane Shaw's Royalwood Concerto, another unbeatable pair, took the large Galloway, and Briony Payne rode Nadal to win the small hack championship.
The jury is out on the recent split of the pony classes into three divisions.
Classes were previously split in two: up to 12.2 hands and over 12.2 hands to 14 hands.
The three-way split meant that Victoria, a strong state for ponies, had just four open-class 12-hand ponies, all of which have been able to hold their own against 12.2 hand ponies, so it is hard to see the benefit.
Smaller states will have even fewer in that class.
The McMahon and McCormick family's beautiful Silkwood Angel Wings won the 12-hand class and, with Claudia McCormick riding, also the first ridden pony class.
The medium pony, over 12 hands and up to 13 hands, went to Bree Petrie and Christine Comley's Rosedale Simone. The big pony class, for those over 13 hands and up to 14 hands, went to Lynda Hayes, riding Kolbeach Aster for Carmen Nowak.
The small hunter class was won by Rosie Metherall's home-bred Burnewang Cup of Diamonds, with the successful Glyndebourne Monopoly, ridden by Tiffany Greenhill, winning the big hunter class.
Jan Langley's Langtree Masterpiece won the Galloway show hunter, despite his owner leaving the show to head home to Benalla, as floods again threatened her property.
The small hack show hunter trophy was won by Rebecca Richards on Dymondz.
DP Destiny is another to be dominant in its section. The national champion took the big hunter sash with Rebecca Farren in the saddle.