Riders from as far as Sunshine Coast and Tallebudgera to compete in Jimboomba Pony Club Gymkhana

Competing: Mackenzie Thompson in action.

Competing: Mackenzie Thompson in action.

Riders from as far as the Sunshine Coast will converge on Jimboomba Pony Club tomorrow for its gymkhana.

It's the first event since COVID-19 restrictions have been eased, and 51 riders have signed up to take part.

A packed program of events will have riders competing in a number of assisted and non-assisted classes throughout the day.

Riders aged from under eights to seniors will take part.

The club's vice president, Kat Parker, looked forward to a strong event.

"It's one of the first events back, so it will be popular," she said.

She expected riders from Tallebudgera, Sunshine Coast and the Fassifern Valley at the Green Ridge Road facility.

The gates open at 6.15am, with competition starting at 8am.

Ribbons are awarded to the top five riders, with trophies going to the top three in each event.

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