ACACIA Hills rider Lucinda Alexander continued her good form to take out the one-star class at the Tasmanian eventing championships held at Fairlands on the East Tamar yesterday.
Alexander, riding Lethal Fantasy, was the competition leader after Saturday's dressage section and emerged on top on points after the cross-country and showjumping sections were completed yesterday.
Hobart's Rebecca White finished second on Spy Master with Carina Walters third on Super Gold and Tayla Smith fourth on Lethal Contender.
Trevallyn's Isabel Gibson won the EVA 105 class on International Covergirl and also took out the inter-school's 105 category representing Launceston Church Grammar School.
The EVA95 class was won by Alysha Verwey on El Cairo.
Verwey was also successful in the inter-school 95 class for Grammar.
Carole Coates took out the EVA 80 category on Lethal Passion and the inter-school 80 went to Verwey on a different horse, Aglaia Hippios.
The EVA 65 winner was Westwood rider Chloe McFarlane on Little Lady and she also claimed the inter-school 65 title.
Ruby Hirst on Gunplay Jack was the winner of the EVA 50 category and the primary school combined 50-centimetre category while her sister Bethany was successful in the 80cm combined training on Band Man.
Bethany Hirst was the champion inter-school combined training rider on Band Man.
The champion school for the eventing classes was Launceston Church Grammar and the reserve champion was Leighland Christian School.