Our Sponsored Riders - Zoe & Desi Randall, Dayboro, Qld
My name is Zoe Randall. I am 14. My horse is Oz HiCountry Heaven Sent, aka Hayley. She is a purebred Morgan mare. She’s a 14.2 hand liver chestnut. My whole family are members of the Morgan Horse Association of Australia. Ever since I was little I have been riding horses or carriage driving. My Mum is a carriage driver and rider of Morgan horses. I am also a member of the Samford and District Carriage Drivers. I have been riding Hayley for one year. We competed at the Morgan Horse State Show in October 2019 and we were the Runner Up Youth Champions on the day. I am a member of the Samford Equestrian Group. Hayley and I have attended Jump Club at Samford and Dressage competitions. We placed second in the Youth Prep A Dressage Test in March this year – only second (instead of first) by 1 point. Before getting Hayley I rode Mum’s Horse Mya at a few Jump Club days and I have driven her in the QLD State Show Driving Championships where I placed 3rd in the Junior Driver Class in 2017. In 2019 I rode Mya to be Champion Morgan under saddle at Dayboro Show, and Reserve Champion Morgan Mare (in hand).
Hi. I am Desi Randall. I am Vice President of the Samford Carriage Drivers Inc. I am also a member of the Morgan Horse Assn. of Australia. My mare Clover County Mya is renown in both the Morgan Horse Association circles and the carriage driving scene. Mya and I competed at the 3 day National Morgan Horse Show in March of 2017 where we won High Point Purebred Morgan of show, and the coveted Mary Wolverton Versatility Buckle. Mya participates at Jump Club with the Samford Equestrian Group, and has competed in dressage competitions at Samford. Mya also competes in many agricultural shows around the district in both carriage driving and riding classes. In 2017 Mya and I won the High Point Show Driving competition for the year hosted by the Queensland Carriage Driving Society. She has also been Champion or Reserve Champion in Harness at Caboolture, Redcliffe and Dayboro Shows over the years. There is not much that this horse can’t do. She has done the Christmas party parade in the carriage for Horse and Co in 2018.