AHSA 2021 Endurance Horse of the Year - Marbling Galaxy

AHSA 2021 Endurance Horse of the Year - Marbling Galaxy

Marbling Galaxy and Siobhan Darlow

SIRE: Marbling Star of the East  Dam: Marbling N'Shala

Mattilda Arabians Australia (formally Marbling Arabians) are extremely proud of Marbling Galaxy for achieving the 2021 Endurance Horse of the Year award by the Arabian Horse Society of Australia.

Marbling Galaxy is a 12 year old Purebred Arabian gelding by Marbling Star of the East out of Marbling N'Shala, bred in WA by the late Nola Cameron of Marbling Arabians. This stud has now been taken over by Lynne Bunce and renamed Mattilda Arabians Australia, who continue to breed horses of extreme beauty and athleticism. Galaxy is currently owned and ridden by Siobhan Wilson (nee Darlow).

Galaxy has successfully completed 35 rides to date to a total of 3236km. 20 rides and 2002km in the lightweight division and prior to being owned by Siobhan, Galaxy completed 15 rides and 1234km in middle and heavyweight divisions and was awarded WA HWT Points Horse, 2nd WA HWT Distance Horse, and Overall HWT Best Conditioned Horse in 2017.

Siobhan and Galaxy have successfully completed and received a top 3 placing in every endurance ride they have entered and won 12 Best Conditioned awards over the 2019 (6 BCs) and 2021 (6 BCs) seasons including WA Overall LWT Best Conditioned Horse in 2019 and 2021.

In 2021 Siobhan and Galaxy also achieved WA Overall Point Horse of the Year, WA LWT Points Horse, WA LWT Points Rider, equal WA LWT Distance Horse, 2nd WA LWT Distance Rider, 2nd LWT One Horse One Rider and 2nd WA 100% Completion Horse with 1002kms. Galaxy also finished top points horse in AERA. One of their top achievements of the 2021 season was being awarded the Pat Slater Cup at the 2021 Tom Quilty Gold Cup after finish =5th horse over the line and 1st place LWT and Best Conditioned LWT.

Galaxy is an outstanding performance horse and his looks and athletic movement never fail to catch the eyes of spectators. Siobhan and Galaxy look forward to their season ahead in endurance and are enjoying their time spent attending local dressage events and adult rider rallies.