Chase Has His Moment!

SP photographer's prestigious acknowledgement

Each year, selected professional photographers are invited to capture the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate moment that epitomizes the royal racing festival, in the LQP Moments competition.

The Sporting Post is proud to announce that this year’s winning image – of Adam Marcus’ smashing Vardy – has been awarded to our Cape raceday photographer, Chase Liebenberg.

Craig Zackey’s Vardy kiss sealed the winning slot for Chase Liebenberg

The talented young man, who keeps us in the picture all year round, wins a Leica D-Lux (Leica DC Vario-Summilux) Camera

Second place went to Esa Alexander, who won a R10, 000 ORMS Voucher

Third place was taken by Brent Abrahams who won a R5, 000 ORMS Voucher

This year’s winning portfolio top prize went to Esa Alexander, winning a Leica Ultravid 8 x 42 HD Plus Binoculars. Martin van Staden won a R10,000 ORMS Voucher for second, while Yolanda Saayman received a R5,000 ORMS Voucher in third place.

The LQP organisers congratulated all the winners and each one of the talented participants.

 

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