Riding for the Disabled Kempsey-Macleay Centre excelled at the NSW Mounted Games Championship at the Sydney Royal Easter Show this year.
The team sent five riders, three coaches and two horses to the competition and they won the best presented team honours, as well as many individual awards.
All five participants competed in four events; snakes and ladders, crazy eight, twist and turn and bendy races.
Riding for Disabled Kempsey had a clean sweep in the Lead Walk class as Emily Wright finished in first place, Cameron Judd earned second while Talicia Armitage grabbed third.
In the trot class, local Jacoba Rudder earned a second place finish.
Emily backed up her efforts in the Lead Walk.
Emily Davis won the Canter class and she was also the winner of champion rider as the highest point scorer across the event.
Riding for Disabled Kempsey president Marie Purkis said the team is very proud of the riders performances at the championships.
"Everyone excelled and it was great to see. The coaches and parents were all very proud of them, it's prestigious to compete at the Sydney Royal Easter Show," she said.
"You have to qualify to compete at the show. The Regional Mounted Games were held at Kempsey in September last year and the times of each competitor are compared with everyone across the state and the best are invited to compete in Sydney."
Ms Purkis told the Argus the Riding for Disabled Kempsey has been "going very well".
"We have five horses now, have new volunteers and we started the year with 28 riders, which was our highest number for some time," she said.
Ms Purkis said participating in the program provides a lot of positives for the riders.
"They gain confidence because most of the riders can't compete in other sports," she said.