Far South Coast showjumpers and enthusiasts&nbsp;enjoyed a night out at the Grand Hotel recently to celebrate the end of another local show season and the presentation of the Far South Coast Showjumper of the Year Awards. Incorporating the Keith Gordon Senior Showjumper of the Year Award and the Graham Johnson Junior Showjumper of the Year Award.&nbsp; The night was hosted by the Bega Showjumping Club and club Secretary and pointscore co-ordinator Jenny Smith said she was pleasantly surprised by this year's results and said that the competition really went down to the wire. "I honestly had no idea who was going to win coming into the seventh and final show at Bemboka,” Ms Smith said.&nbsp; “The competition was so strong with the lead changing several times throughout the season. I think everyone will be pleasantly surprised by the final standings tonight," she said ahead of the announcements.&nbsp; A spokeswoman for the showjumping club said the two perpetual awards had been launched in 2009 to&nbsp;honour the memory of two devoted contributors to the local show circuit and the sport of showjumping. These awards are presented to the horse and rider combination with the highest pointscore in showjumping events at shows on the Far South Coast including the Bega Showjumping Cup, Pambula Show, Candelo Show, Eurobodalla Show, Cobargo Show, Bega Show and Bemboka. The presentations were conducted by club representatives Brett and Christie Clarke who awarded the top 10&nbsp;in both categories in reverse order. Present on the night to present the Keith Gordon Memorial Senior winner were his wife Margaret Gordon, Gwen Moffitt, Keith's sister and Jenny and Hayley James, Keith's daughter and grand daughter. The points could not be split and the award was shared jointly by Danielle Culhana and Deon Williams –&nbsp;both Bega jumpers.&nbsp; “Congratulations to these two wonderful competitors on a very consistent season,” the spokeswoman said.&nbsp; The Graham Johnson Memorial Junior Awards were presented by Graham's eldest daughter Kirsty McPaul. For the second year running the winner was young Georgie Dunn from Delegate.