GRACIE Goodyer's room is full to the brim with winner's ribbons, but she's about to tick the biggest achievement yet off her bucket list by representing Australia at a Tri Nations event in the United Kingdom next month.
The 15-year-old is the youngest on the four-member Australia team to compete against England and New Zealand in a youth exchange competition for show riders aged 15 to 24.
Goodyer has enjoyed success at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, the Canberra Royal Show and the Grand Nationals to book her ticket to the UK.
She fell in love with the sport after her grandfather bought her a Shetland pony named Wendal, and hasn't looked back.
"I am the youngest in the Australian team and I could be the youngest over there too," Goodyer said.
"One of the horse shows we go to on the first day of competition is the Royal International Horse Show over in England at Hickstead, which is a very famous horse showground.
"The last couple of days we go to the National Pony Show and get to judge as well.
"It's something us show kids only ever dream of and now I've got the opportunity to go over there and represent Australia, it's pretty big. It's always been a goal of mine."
Goodyer said she will "have to get out of her comfort zone" for the dressage test, but is confident of performing well.
Her success comes despite a challenging time in 2016, where she struggled to mount a horse due to a growth spurt.
"It's not an Olympic sport, so to get to nationals and grand nationals in Australia is the pinnacle of horse showing," her mother Lesley said.
"It's such a big thing to represent Australia overseas, she'll be one of the most decorated in the team in terms of wins."
Goodyer won champion rider for the 12 years and under 15 year at this year's Battle of the Boarders Show, guaranteeing her a spot in next year's Grand Nationals competition.