FIVE south-west vaulters placed at the national championships in Queensland.
Emerson and Milla Fuss, both 16, won the PPD walk title on the horse Pierre with a final score of 7.744.
Hawkesdale P12 College student Lisa van Someren took out the CVI one star - her first international level competition.
Dixie Boukhout placed sixth in a very tough pre-novice event and Trinity and Dixie Boukhout also placed sixth in the PPD barrel.
Manager Sharyn van Someren said the results were pleasing for the van Someren Equestrian Vaulting club.
"We are ecstatic with the results, with all five girls receiving a place,"she said.
"It is great to think we had five girls attend the national competition and all five girls were placed in their respective events.
"It is great to see all the girls' hard work pay off."
Robyn Boyle's Crème Brulee provided Lisa van Someren with a solid ride for her event. "It is always challenging to compete on an unfamiliar horse" Lisa said.
"But it a part of our sport and just what we have to be able to do particularly when you go overseas."
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