Week Three Of The 2017 Summer In The Rockies Series Brings Success for O’Neal and Cudmore

For Immediate Release

Kim Beaudoin for CHP

Parker, CO – June 27, 2017 – Week three of the Summer In The Rockies Series (SIR) concluded at The Colorado Horse Park (CHP) on Sunday, June 25, after yet another successful week of top hunter, jumper, and equitation competition. Karen Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and Southern Pride, captured the win in the $50,000 FarmVet Grand Prix on Saturday, June 24, the highlight class of the week, which saw a large turnout of spectators and fans.

Karen Cudmore and Southern Pride

Cudmore rode the 19-year-old Holsteiner stallion (South Pacific x Blanka) owned by Blair Cudmore, to the top spot in the class after going clear in the jump-off and stopping the timers at 49.459 seconds. Second place was awarded to Paul Rohrbach of Parker, CO, and Camerino, owned by Wells Bridge Farm Inc, after amassing eight faults in the jump-off and finishing the short course in 41.982 seconds, ahead of Chenoa McElvain of Lemitar, NM, and Wallstreet RC, who collected third place after an initial time of 83.626 seconds round before an untimely elimination in the jump-off.

Paul Rohrbach and Camerino

“I’ve had Southern since he was a yearling. He’s had an amazing career and he is careful about his work. He’s 19 this year and obviously one of the oldest horses out here in the field. He looks great and feels great. He’s always liked Colorado and he is a breeding stallion so he has a busy career. I’m so happy that he feels so good,” she said.

Commenting on her ride, Cudmore said, “He jumped very carefully in the first round and it helped that I was last to go in the jump-off.”

The jump-off brought three combinations back to contest the short track and both rides prior to Cudmore saw faults around the short course, so she knew that a clear and consistent ride would secure the victory.

She continued, “Fortunately the two rides before me had rails and re-grouping situations, so at that point, there was no reason to go crazy fast. He’s not super-fast anyway and he’s pretty careful. I wanted to keep it together and successfully jump around and he did just that.”

Trapp O’Neal and Capitano

Earlier in the week, Trapp O’Neal dominated the $20,000 Open Welcome Stake, while piloting Capitano to a quick round, which could not be beat. O’Neal of Magnolia, TX, and the 2003 Holsteiner gelding owned by TKO Partnership, ended the afternoon with a winning jump-off time of 38.542 seconds.

“This is only the second time my horse has been in this ring,” said Trapp. “He jumped very well. The first three jumps in the jump-off came up nicely. It’s a great course designer and he really makes you think. At the end, we got lucky and Capitano was just really good.”

O’Neal has had the ride on the gelding for six years and the pair’s relationship has seen both the ups and downs of the sport during that time. The pair have shown around the country together and O’Neal was pleased with their performance in both rounds of the $20,000 Welcome Stake.

“He’s my best bud. We go everywhere together. We’ve had some good classes and some bad classes, but he always gives me 100%.”

Chenoa McElvain of Lemitar, NM, rode Wallstreet RC, owned by Guy McElvain, to the second-place position with a jump-off time of 41.054 seconds. Third place was awarded to Nicki Wilcox of Parker, CO, and her own J.E.S. Quito, after completing the jump-off track in 41.431 seconds.

Jumper Highlights

Brooke Cudmore and Igor

The Under 25 Jumper Classic hosted on Friday, June 23, saw a speedy victory awarded to Brooke Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and Igor, owned by Blair Cudmore. The pair bested the class of ten entries, and completed the jump-off track in 36.442 seconds.

“There was one sharp inside turn to do in the jump-off that led to a really big oxer. Kelli [Cruciotti] did it and she’s a quick one, but when it came down to it, I decided to go around. I hoped that I could just be faster, even with going around it, and it worked,” she explained. “Igor was great. We left out some strides in two spots and he followed the plan. That horse is amazing and I really love riding him.”

Cudmore has been riding the 2008 Holsteiner stallion since he was just three years old. The duo have grown together and show significant promise for the future, as they have looked impressive so far this circuit at CHP.

                             

Kelli Cruciotti and Zidante

“I’ve been on him his whole under- saddle life,” she commented. “He just did his first grand prix not too long ago. He’s really grown up and I have big goals for him. I have no doubt that he is going to continue to become an amazing upper level horse, and really has already stepped up to the plate in that regard.”

Earning second place after setting a competitive jump-off time of 37.353 seconds, was Kelli Cruciotti of Elizabeth, CO, piloting Zidante, owned by Serenity Farm. Mindy Cortez of Tulsa, OK, and Cafe Crema, owned by Eighteen Acres Farm, completed the jump-off track in 40.328 seconds with four faults to take third place in the class.

The $10,000 Griffis Residential High Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic saw a well-deserved win awarded to Mattie Hatcher of Little Rock, AR, and her own Cumana, completing the jump-off in a speedy time of 51.627 seconds. Second place was awarded to Isabel Johnson of Englewood, CO, and her own Carpe Diem with a jump-off time of 52.905 seconds and eight faults. Third place was presented to Brooke Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and Igor, owned by Blair Cudmore, on an initial time of 73.933 seconds with an additional four faults.

Mattie Hatcher and Cumana

The $2,000 Holiday Inn Parker Low Children’s Jumper Classic saw a victory for Callie Matteson of Colorado Springs, CO, and her own Occra, with a jump-off time of 39.422 seconds. Second place went to Katie Glass of Louisville, CO, aboard Emerald De Lux, owned by Glass, with a jump-off time of 40.699. Third place was captured by Abby Rasmussen of Thorton, CO, aboard Heather Tseng’s Canaris II, finishing the jump-off with four faults and in 44.687 seconds.

The $2,000 Holiday Inn Parker Low Adult Jumper Classic was won by Kaitlyn Arnold of Austin, TX, riding MTM Condor, owned by MTM Farm, with a jump-off time of 29.508 seconds. Second place saw Lisa Roskens of Omaha, NE, riding her own Citori, complete the jump-off in 31.033 seconds to finish in the top three. Third place went to Lisa Paisecki of New York, NY, aboard Stephanie Gershon’s Get Jiggy With It, after a jump-off round that stopped the timers in 31.779 seconds.

Courtney Manning of Olathe, KS, captured a win in the $2,000 Front Range Kubota Modified Children/Adult Jumper Classic, piloting Bohemian Rhapsody, owned by Maddie Baucom, to a jump-off time of 28.665 seconds. Second place victory went to Mia Mclaughlin of Littleton, CO, and her own Fancy Fuerstin R, who finished the short course in 29.778 seconds. Third place was awarded to Julia Soechtig of Castle Rock, CO, and her own Petri with a jump-off time of 33.089 seconds.

The $4,000 Voltaire Designs Modified Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic was won by Shala McConnell of Elizabeth, CO, riding her own Southern Eyes. The pair completed the jump-off track in 40.498 seconds to secure the win. Second place was awarded to Sarah Tredennick of Wellington, FL, and Annwood Lane, owned by Page Tredennick, with a jump-off time of 41.702 seconds. Meghan Newton of Denver, CO, placed third with her own Cacau, as the duo finished the jump-off in 42.719 seconds.

Lauren Arnett of Parker, CO, won the $4,000 Osphos® NAL/WIHS Children’s Jumper Classic riding Abbygale Funk’s Argo Z, after the duo stopped the jump-off timers in 43.866 seconds. Second place went to Nicole Davis of Erie, CO, piloting First Romance, owned by Jill Pelzel, with four faults and a jump-off time of 43.352 seconds. Third place was awarded to Mary Roskens of Omaha, NE, and Beaublesse, owned by Far Hill Farms, with a jump-off time of 43.501 seconds and an additional four faults.

The $4,000 Osphos® NAL/WIHS Adult Jumper Classic was won by Kai Devoglaer of Austin, TX, and MTM Yowza, owned by MTM Farm, with a jump-off time of 38.184 seconds. Second place went to Kristina Matthews of Denver, CO, and her own Neolisto Van Het Mierenhof, after finishing the jump-off in 39.705 seconds. Rounding out the third place position was Jacqueline Toomey of Englewood, CO, and her own Celina, who completed the short course in 42.654 seconds.

Ashley Shaw and Adico

The $5,000 Ariat® NAL Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic saw a winning jump-off time of 37.419 seconds from Ashley Shaw of Ellisville, MO, riding Andrew Kocher’s Adico. Brooke Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and Southern Rose, owned by Blair Cudmore, captured second place with a jump-off time of 37.687 seconds ahead of Isabel Ikast of Parker, CO, and Mont Blanc, owned by Bjorn Ikast, who completed the track in 39.685 seconds.

Mattie Hatcher of Little Rock, AR, earned a first-place finish in the $5,000 Medium Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic, riding her own Cristiano, adding four faults to their jump-off round of 51.354 seconds. Hatcher also captured second place aboard Hands Free, after the pair completed the jump-off with four faults and a time of 53.225 seconds. Third place went to Julie Roberts of Muskogee, OK, and Lothario, owned by The Woodland Stables LLC, after also adding four faults to their score and stopping the timers in 54.936 seconds.

Hunter Highlights

The $1,000 Marshall & Sterling NAL/WIHS Children’s Hunter Classic saw top honors awarded to Cameron Collins of Cherry Hill Village, CO, and Unwritten, owned by Marigny Strauss, ahead of Cece Siegfried of Tulsa, OK, and her own Finally Found, who collected second place. Mia Kertson of Spicewood, TX, and Bart Xequoia, owned by Blair Englander, finished in third place.

The $1,000 Marshall & Sterling NAL/WIHS Adult Hunter Classic saw top honors presented to Aleyna Garcia of Castle Rock, CO, riding Pinch Hitter, owned by Kristen Mauck. Second place honors went to Kai Devoglaer of Austin, TX, and MTM Here’s 2 You, owned by Candu Farm, while Meghan Newton of Denver, CO, and her own Que Sera rounded out the top three.

 

The $1,000 Green Hunter 3’/ 3’3″ Classic saw Amberlee Wentz of Colorado Springs, CO, and Davidson, owned by Dana Vollbracht, rise to the top of the class, while Kelly Lorek of Manchaca, TX, and MTM Muffin, owned by Ella Knight, finished in second place. Courtney Frederick of Longmont, CO, and Colorado 222, owned by Julia Fischer, collected third place honors in the class.

The $1,000 Junior Hunter 3’3″/3’6″ Classic saw Isabella Bleu Baxter of Wright City, MO and White Lightning, owned by Helen Gilbert, earn top honors in the competitive class. Abigail Albrecht of Austin, TX, and MTM Nameworthy collected second place, while Shae Kimberling of Olathe, KS, and Omar B.Z. were presented with third place honors.

Isabella Bleu Baxter and White Lightning
Isabella Bleu Baxter of Wright City, MO, was champion of the CWD Junior Hunter 3’6″ Division aboard White Lightning, owned by Helen Gilbert. Reserve champion was awarded to Shae Kimberling of Olathe, KS, and Omar B.Z., owned by Carolyn Abrams.

The Short Stirrup Equitation Division was awarded to Kaitlin Johnson of Conifer, CO, and her own Wink At The Judge. Reserve champion went to Keane Hazelriggs of Castle Rock, CO, and Sugar N Spice, owned by Gabrielle Thinnes.

The CWD Junior Hunter 3’3″ Division was championed by Myka Seger of Scottsdale, AZ, and her own West Lane. Taylor Valencia of Parker, CO, and her own Only Mischief earned the reserve champion title in the division.

Paul Rohrbach of Parker, CO, took both champion and reserve champion in the Horseware® Ireland Performance Hunter 3’6″ Division aboard Corcovado, owned by NTM Enterprises, and French Match, also owned by NTM Enterprises respectively.

Mindy Coretz of Tulsa, OK, and Happy Hour, owned by Eighteen Acres Farm, finished atop the Horseware® Ireland Performance Hunter 3’3″ Division, while Andrea van Meenan of Colorado Springs, CO, and Electra, owned by Sarah Cowden, finished with the reserve champion title.

Mackenzie Barton of Kappa, HI, championed the Pre-Children’s Hunter Division aboard The Beat Goes On, owned by Olivia Contillo, while reserve champion was awarded to Lauren Bloss of El Paso, TX, and Glamour, owned by Shannon Segers.

The Pre-Adult Hunter Division saw champion honors awarded to Amanda McMurray of Littleton, CO, and her own Lake Effect. Reserve champion was presented to Aura Ayler of Castle Rock, CO, and her own Obviously.

Ann Hopfenbeck of Castle Rock, CO, and Verity, owned by Mesa View Stables, LLC, secured champion honors in the Modified Adult Hunter Division ahead of Sarah Kassabian of Oklahoma City, OK, piloting On The Rocks, owned by Eighteen Acres Farm, who collected reserve champion after a week of competition.

The 2017 Summer In The Rockies Series will resume on Wednesday, June 28, with the start of the fourth consecutive week of competition. For more information on The Colorado Horse Park, please visit www.coloradohorsepark.com.

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McElvain and Cruciotti Dominate Week One of 2017 Summer in the Rockies Series

For Immediate Release

Kim Beaudoin for CHP

Parker, CO – June 12, 2017 – Chenoa McElvain of Lemitar, NM, and Wallstreet RC captured the win in the $30,000 Transwest Truck Trailer RV Grand Prix on Saturday, June 10, at The Colorado Horse Park (CHP), to continue a successful first week of competition at the 2017 Summer in the Rockies Series.

McElvain and Wallstreet RC, a 2007 Swedish Warmblood stallion (Cardento x R.Z. Calettina Retto) owned by Guy McElvain, snatched the win in the first major class of the summer circuit, with a jump-off time of 42.07 seconds. Karen Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and Southern Pride, owned by Blair Cudmore, took second place with timers stopping at 40.534 seconds, while adding four penalties. Charlie Carrel of Sheridan, WY, and Utopik, owned by Louise Plank, finished the track with four faults and a jump-off time of 42.252 seconds.

McElvain has been riding the stallion for the past five years and the duo recently competed in their first AIG $1 Million Grand Prix in Thermal, CA, this past spring.

“He’s been a big project for me for a long time,” said McElvain. “I’m so lucky to have this horse.”

She continued, “I thought the course designer did a great job. He made it more technical than the Welcome and it tested our versatility. It was fun to be out there in the jump-off with Karen and Charlie as well, competing with the top guns of the group.”

Chenoa McElvain & Wallstreet RC in their presentation ceremony.

The duo mapped out their jump-off plan, as only one of three combinations to advance to the short course. Mauricio Garcia, who built a tough but positive track for the competitors, managed the evening’s course design.

“When it came down to the jump-off, I tried to stay in Karen’s tracks. She did the seven to the last oxer, which actually threw me outside of her track slightly, but my horse took care of me and luckily we jumped it clear.”

Earlier in the week, Kelli Cruciotti of Parker, CO, and Haylie van de Groenendijk, a 2007 Belgian Warmblood mare (Catalano x Evica VD Groenendijk), owned by Serenity Farm, bested competition in the $20,000 Open Welcome Stake. Brooke Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and mount Cassin, owned Blair Cudmore, followed in second position, jumping the track in 41.676 seconds. Following in third place was Shannon Hicks of Lake St. Louis, MO, and Emir D, owned by Helen Gilbert, on a time of 42.121 seconds.

Kelli Cruciottii and Haylie van de Groenendijk

Cruciotti commented, “I thought the course was great. Week one, it’s nice to have something that is inviting and comfortable for the horses, but challenging as well. Our first-round rode really well, and then I thought that in the jump-off we were given a lot of options.”

The pair united last year and after a blip in their competition season last summer, Cruciotti has been bringing her back slowly. This was the first major class the duo has jumped since returning to competition.

“This is her first time back in the big ring, it makes it extra special. The fact that we are on this journey together, makes it much more rewarding.”

The pair made up time in the jump-off and Cruciotti credited the mare for her quickness. She commented. “She turns super fast, and she follows my eye. I was lucky that I could use the turns to my advantage and she was right there for me. I’m really happy with her performance today.”

Jumper Highlights

The $5,000 Ariat® NAL Low Junior/Amateur Owner Classic saw a victory for Brooke Cudmore of Omaha, NE, and Southern Rose, owned by Blair Cudmore, with a jump-off time of 45.608 seconds. Second place honors went to Ashley Shaw of Ellisville, MO, and Adico, owned by Andrew Kocher. Rounding out the top three was Abigail Grace Kelley of Lone Tree, CO, piloting Serenity Farm’s Ishana III.

The $10,000 Griffis Residential Medium/High Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic saw another win for Brooke Cudmore, this time aboard Igor, owned by Blair Cudmore. The duo completed the jump-off on 43.142 seconds. Second place went to Phoebe Lang of Petaluma, CA, and Verka Des Hazalles, owned by Zeitgeist Equestrian. Third place honors were awarded to Tali Dejong of Gloden, CO, and Amadeus, owned by Dejong.

The $4,000 Osphos NAL/WIHS Children’s Jumper Classic saw Natalie Hejda of Aurora, CO, and her own Nector take top honors with a jump-off time of 41.213 seconds, adding four faults to their score. Emily Koehn of Castle Rock, CO, and her own Quaitana, took second place with a jump-off time of 45.65 seconds with four faults. Cecily Coors of Parker, CO, and Manito Calissanne Z, owned by KC Sports LLC, finished in third place with a time of 70.165 seconds and four faults.

The $4,000 Osphos NAL/WIHS Adult Jumper Classic was championed by Jacqueline Toomey of Englewood, CO, and her own Celina rose to the top of the class with a time of 42.946 seconds in the jump-off. Molly Faunce of Littleton, CO, and her own WT Chevelle, took second place with a time of 46.015 seconds. Esther Coker of Santa Fe, NM, and her own Independence collected third place with a time of 43.372 seconds, adding four faults to their final score.

Victory in the $2,000 Holiday Inn Parker Low Children’s Jumper Classic went to Emery Volkert of Denver, CO, and All Inclusive, owned by Abigail Grace Kelley, with a jump-off time of 40.177 seconds. Second place was achieved by Ava Hernandez of Leawood, KS, and her own Stetson, with a jump-off time of 46.34 seconds. Third place was awarded to Kari Sletten of Centennial, CO, and Belle Vue, owned by Abbygale Funk, rounding out the jump-off in 57.752 seconds.

Roman Mezger of Greenwood Village, CO, and Quavel, owned by Erika Moore, won the $2,000 Holiday Inn Parker Low Adult Jumper Classic on a jump-off time of 37.912 seconds. Kristine Hardwick of Big Horn, WY, rode her own WT Charlotte to second place with a jump-off time of 41.221 seconds. Third place went to Jocelyn Marra of Denver, CO, and her own Louis Louis, with a jump-off time of 43.073 seconds.

Roman Mezger and Quavel

The $2,000 Front Range Kubota Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic was championed by Nathlie Verellen of Basalt, CO, and her mount Nash Du Centenaire, after completing the jump-off track in 39.267 seconds. Second place was achieved by Bailey Tims of Tulsa, OK, and her own Contino 44, after a jump-off round of 40.389 seconds. Third place went to Hays Lanter of Snowmass Village, CO, and Wheels Up, owned by Eighteen Acres Farm, after a jump-off time 41.926 seconds.

Hunter Highlights

The $1,000 Gumbits Pony Hunter Classic saw Gabrielle Roderick of Spring Hill, KS, and her own Hidden Springs Woodstar take top honors in the class. Roderick also placed in second aboard her own Blondie, while Jordan Gibbs of Colorado Springs, CO, and her own Party Time took third place.

The $1,000 Marshall & Sterling NAL/WIHS Adult Hunter Classic was championed by Lindsay Ryan of Greenwood Village, CO, and her own Keystone, ahead of Kathy Baker of Colorado Springs, CO, and her own Pop Star, who finished in second place. Amy Coretz of Tulsa, OK, and Grey Goose, owned by Eighteen Acres Farm, collected third place.

Jaden Olson of Parker, CO, and Conradical, owned by Olson, took champion honors in the CWD Junior Hunter 3’3″/3’6″ 16-17 Division. Abigail Grace Kelly of Lone Tree, CO, and Cayman A.L., owned by Marie Antonette Leviste, received reserve champion honors.

Jaden Olson

The Horseware® Ireland Performance Hunter 3’3″ Division was captured by Amanda Thomas of Brentwood, MO, piloting Kapalua, owned by Hadley Graham. Reserve champion went to Sydney Goodin of Chesterfield, MO, and her own Blue Water.

Connie Fry of St. Louis, MO, and Fanci That, owned by Thomas Spiro, were champions of the Pre-Adult Amateur Hunter Division. Reserve champion was awarded to Austin Holland of Centennial, CO, riding Bayview, owned by Red Barn Ventures, LLC.

Tarah Wolf of Glenwood Springs, CO, was awarded champion and reserve champion of the Young Hunter 3’/3’3″ Division. Her winning ride was aboard her own Snowbird. Reserve champion was presented to Soulshine, also owned by Wolf.

The Modified Children’s Hunter Division champion of the week was Sofhia Mankus of Cherry Hills Village, CO, riding Benevento, owned by Hanna Mankus. Reserve champion was awarded to Gabrielle Roderick of Spring Hill, KS, and Brego, owned by Haley Livingston.

Champion of the Modified Adult Hunter Division went to Amy Cortez and Mindy Cortez of Tulsa OK, and her mount Cheers, owned by Eighteen Acres Farm. Reserve champion was awarded to Edwina Graham of Chesterfield, MO, aboard Kapalua, owned by Hadley Graham.

Gabrielle Roderick of Spring Hill, KS, captured the Gumbits Large Pony Hunter Division aboard her own Hidden Springs Woodstar, while reserve champion went to Anna Spitzer of Edwards, IL, riding Happy Feet, owned by Whitney Hydeman.

The Green Hunter 3’6″/3’9″ & High Performance Division saw another victory for Amanda Thomas of Brentwood, MO, and Connie Fry of St. Louis, MO, with Fanci That, owned by Thomas Spiro. Reserve champion went to Sarah Young of Spring Hill, KS, and White Lightning, owned by Helen Gilbert.

 

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Applications Available for 2017 USEF Youth Sportsman’s Award

 

From the US Equestrian Communications Department

Lexington, Ky.  Are you a young equestrian who exhibits exceptional leadership potential? Do you serve as a positive role model for your peers and demonstrate an ongoing commitment and dedication to the promotion of equestrian sport? How involved are you in the community, and do you feel you exemplify positive sportsmanship principles? If so, you may be an eligible nominee for the 2017 United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Youth Sportsman’s Award. Each year USEF-recognized national affiliate and international discipline associations search through submitted applications looking for a candidate who is a true sportsman or woman ready to represent their breed or discipline on a national level, and this year just might be your lucky year!

To apply, visit www.usef.org/youth and download the application or contact your USEF-recognized national affiliate and international discipline associations. Be sure to submit your application and all other required materials directly to your USEF-recognized national affiliate or international discipline association’s office on or before September 1, 2017.Affiliate contact information is included on the application form. Each USEF-recognized affiliate may select a national nominee after the September 1deadline. Each affiliate nominee is considered for the overall Youth Sportsman’s Award, but only two (one winner and one reserve winner) are selected to receive grants.

The overall winner of the 2017 USEF Youth Sportsman’s Award will receive a $1,000 grant payable to the educational program of their choice and a commemorative trophy. The winner will also be nominated for the USEF Junior Equestrian of the Year Award. The reserve winner will receive a $500 grant payable to the educational program of choice.

Applicants must meet the following criteria for consideration of the 2017 USEF Youth Sportsman’s Award:

  • Have a current membership in good standing with the USEF
  • Have a current membership in good standing with a USEF-recognized national affiliate and international discipline associations
  • Be 17 years of age or under, as of December 1, 2016
  • Demonstrate an ongoing commitment and dedication to the promotion of equestrian sport
  • Serve as a positive role model for peers
  • Participate at any level of competition, including local, regional, or national events
  • Be involved with their community
  • Exhibit characteristics that exemplify positive sportsmanship principles

For more information regarding the USEF Youth Sportsman’s Award, please contact Natalie Norwood, Director, National Breed/Discipline Affiliates, via e-mail at nnorwood@usef.org or call (859) 225-6951.

Junior Hunters 3’3″ – 8 horses competed in first class
27.00 CH 412 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
26.00 RES 203 Only Mischief Taylor Valencia Taylor Valencia
Green Hunters 3’6″-3’9″ – 3 horses competed in first class
46.00 CH 111 Verity Llc Mesa View Stables Amberlee Wentz
28.00 RES 205 Another Day Kristin Nixon Kristin Nixon
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ – 15 horses competed in first class
44.00 CH 290 Durgin Park Henri Hall Sarah Invicta Williams
21.00 RES 348 Hip Hop Erj Racing Llc Brianna Davis
Performance Working Hunter 3’6″ – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 137 Love Struck Kelly Stensland Brianna Davis
32.00 RES 116 Casido Molly Precourt Karen S. Banister
3’3″ Amateur Owner Hunters 18 & Over – 5 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 138 Night Cap Megan Engel Megan Engel
26.00 RES 183 5280 Phoenix Sophie Onody Sophie Onody
Small & Medium Green Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 217 Charm Bracelet Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
30.00 RES 322 Liberty’s Fire and Ice Pixie Alfond Pixie Alfond
Medium Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
50.00 CH 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
20.00 RES 216 Helicon Just Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
USHJA Hunter 3′ – 17 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 256 Snowbird Tarah Wolf Tarah Wolf
23.00 RES 300 Brightly Hillary Jean Sarah Watson
Junior Hunters 3’3″ – 8 horses competed in first class
27.00 CH 412 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
26.00 RES 203 Only Mischief Taylor Valencia Taylor Valencia
Green Hunters 3’6″-3’9″ – 3 horses competed in first class
46.00 CH 111 Verity Llc Mesa View Stables Amberlee Wentz
28.00 RES 205 Another Day Kristin Nixon Kristin Nixon
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ – 15 horses competed in first class
44.00 CH 290 Durgin Park Henri Hall Sarah Invicta Williams
21.00 RES 348 Hip Hop Erj Racing Llc Brianna Davis
Performance Working Hunter 3’6″ – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 137 Love Struck Kelly Stensland Brianna Davis
32.00 RES 116 Casido Molly Precourt Karen S. Banister
3’3″ Amateur Owner Hunters 18 & Over – 5 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 138 Night Cap Megan Engel Megan Engel
26.00 RES 183 5280 Phoenix Sophie Onody Sophie Onody
Small & Medium Green Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 217 Charm Bracelet Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
30.00 RES 322 Liberty’s Fire and Ice Pixie Alfond Pixie Alfond
Medium Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
50.00 CH 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
20.00 RES 216 Helicon Just Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
USHJA Hunter 3′ – 17 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 256 Snowbird Tarah Wolf Tarah Wolf
23.00 RES 300 Brightly Hillary Jean Sarah Watson

 

USHJA Hunter 2’9″ – 11 horses competed in first class
40.50 CH 280 Charismatique Nancy Goodman/mg Equine Associates Harriet Bunker
22.00 RES 367 Lander Laura Love Lise Gregory
Green Hunters 3’3″ – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 109 Davidson Dana Vollbracht Amberlee Wentz
27.00 RES 145 Perseus YC Erin Gibbs Karen Goodell
USHJA Hunter 2’6″ – 13 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 406 Collin Fallen Oak Farm Philip Dreissigacker
18.50 RES 149 Leadguria Wesley Fox Tyler Grayson
Children’s Hunters, 14 thru 17 – 7 horses competed in first class
29.00 CH 264 Mont Scirocco Terri Sassano Cait Murdoch
24.00 RES 240 Sirius Black Anna Lawrence Anna Lawrence
Adult Amateur Hunters 36/Over – 6 horses competed in first class
32.00 CH 369 21 Royal Salute Lisa Baller Lisa Baller
24.00 RES 289 Wyndara Henri Hall Henri Hall
Baby-Green Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
50.00 CH 367 Lander Laura Love Lise Gregory
20.00 RES 277 Enzo Sophie Chavanon Sophie Chavanon
Modified Junior-Amateur Hunter – 9 horses competed in first class
26.50 CH 412 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
18.00 RES 189 Red Carpet Ready Audrey Rice Audrey Rice
Schooling Pony Hunters – 14 horses competed in first class
16.00 CH 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
16.00 CH 234 Woodlands Picasso Hannah Rohrbach Hannah Rohrbach
4.00 RES 219 Starlight Molly Rinedollar Audrey Clarke
4.00 RES 428 Bits n Pieces Lorelei Cudney Grace Mcreynolds
Pre Adult Amateur Hunters – 10 horses competed in first class
34.50 CH 277 Enzo Sophie Chavanon Sophie Chavanon
26.00 RES 188 Canadian’s Kid Deborah Orent Clare Grady
Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Hunters – 10 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 401 Estes Park Grace Mcreynolds Sarah Hallam
14.00 RES 144 Limitless Erin Gibbs Dominic Gibbs
.80M Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers – 7 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 286 Kalypso King Invicta Farms Kendra Lyon
16.00 RES 103 Izolde Patryce Wiseman Patryce Wiseman
Stirrup Hunters (comb.) – 5 horses competed in first class
26.00 CH 259 Royal Dutch Abby Matthias Abby Matthias
20.00 RES 253 Starburst Hannah Wright Hannah Wright
Short/Long Stirrup Equitation – 5 horses competed in first class
22.00 CH 259 Royal Dutch Abby Matthias Abby Matthias
18.00 RES 148 Saint Valentine Wesley Fox Wesley Fox
.90M Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers – 17 horses competed in first class
22.00 CH 150 S. Indiana Jones Carly Kurchinski Carly Kurchinski
16.00 RES 190 Occra Callie Matteson Callie Matteson
Green Rider Hunters – 4 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 420 Chagall Chantal Henderson Mackenzi Hart
20.00 RES 260 Willie Michael Kirby Abby Matthias
Green rider equitation – 2 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 420 Chagall Chantal Henderson Mackenzi Hart
18.00 RES 260 Willie Michael Kirby Abby Matthias
1.10M Jumpers – 23 horses competed in first class
14.00 CH 296 Caravan Gabrielle Thinnes Gabrielle Thinnes
10.00 RES 251 Quintano 25 Payton Lukes Payton Lukes
10.00 RES 228 Cacau Meghan Newton Paul Rohrbach
1.15M Jumpers – 21 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 311 Zacca Zoeloe Mark Stopford Jamie Morris
10.00 RES 198 Everwolf Jane Dunbar Jane Dunbar
1.20M Jumpers – 14 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 160 Christina 14 Jennifer Kallam Jennifer Kallam
16.00 RES 332 Cassanova Bart Taylor Charlie Carrel

 

1.25M Jumpers – 6 horses competed in first class
110.00 CH 173 Faminka Laura Love Laura Love
60.00 RES 388 Davinci V Overis Z Crisanne Mcguire Morten Holm
60.00 RES 331 Utopik Louise Plank Charlie Carrel
60.00 RES 201 Ferno Van De Hermitage Renee Holik John McConnell
Large Junior Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 430 Cayman A.L. Marie Antonette Leviste Abigail Grace Kelley
36.00 RES 356 Cool Blue Katie Glass Katie Glass
1.30M Jumpers – 7 horses competed in first class
135.00 CH 398 Uptick Beth Bowlen Wallace Morten Holm
90.00 RES 243 Caylee PCH Kristin Buchanan Nicki Wilcox
90.00 RES 425 Castalano Sand Willow Farm Katharin Gualtieri
1.30M Junior-Amateur Owner Jumpers – 3 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 198 Everwolf Jane Dunbar Jane Dunbar
270.00 RES 385 Ciabbo Taylor Stroud Cowles Taylor Stroud Cowles
Adult Amateur Jumpers – 1.10M – 7 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 196 Mephisto Kim Barbieri Kim Barbieri
13.00 RES 212 Vis A Vis Jill Pelzel Jill Pelzel
$500 1.00M Classic – 8 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 169 La Boheme Kathleen Geise Elizabeth Geise
125.00 RES 156 Aconito Kaytlin Ryan Kaytlin Ryan
$500 1.10M Classic – 5 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 196 Mephisto Kim Barbieri Kim Barbieri
125.00 RES 251 Quintano 25 Payton Lukes Payton Lukes
$2,000 Speed Challenge 1.25M – 8 horses competed in first class
600.00 CH 422 Classini Bbb Showjumers Llc Bjorn Ikast
440.00 RES 423 Gracious Me Bbb Showjumers Llc Bjorn Ikast
$1,000 NAL Children’s Hunter Classic – 14 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 323 Castano Dorato Baylee Miller Baylee Miller
220.00 RES 351 Paradise Bay Portia Muenke Portia Muenke
$3,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby – 21 horses competed in first class
1050.00 CH 111 Verity Llc Mesa View Stables Amberlee Wentz
770.00 RES 290 Durgin Park Henri Hall Sarah Invicta Williams
$1,000 NAL Adult Amateur Hunter Classic – 9 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 369 21 Royal Salute Lisa Baller Lisa Baller
220.00 RES 346 Bailando Mary Dunahay Mary Dunahay
$1,500 Junior/Amateur Owner 3’3″ Hunter Classic – 8 horses competed in first class
450.00 CH 166 Socerer Emilie Welles Emilie Welles
330.00 RES 356 Cool Blue Katie Glass Katie Glass
$500 Pony Hunter Classic – 12 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 142 GF Aurelia Dominic Gibbs Dominic Gibbs
110.00 RES 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
Pony Equitation – 8 horses competed in first class
22.00 CH 218 Helicon Special Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
12.50 RES 234 Woodlands Picasso Hannah Rohrbach Hannah Rohrbach
Equitation, 15 thru 17 – 15 horses competed in first class
16.00 CH 378 Clearview Jaden Olson Jaden Olson
14.00 RES 312 Kabaltic Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
Small Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
42.00 CH 142 GF Aurelia Dominic Gibbs Dominic Gibbs
24.00 RES 234 Woodlands Picasso Hannah Rohrbach Hannah Rohrbach

 

Green Hunters 3′ – 11 horses competed in first class
30.50 CH 108 Celtic Dana Vollbracht Amberlee Wentz
29.00 RES 261 Summertime Lauren Sherry Tarah Wolf
Children’s Hunters, 13 & Under – 8 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 257 Riveting Sarah Engel Taylor Mclelland
36.00 RES 351 Paradise Bay Portia Muenke Portia Muenke
Adult Amateur Hunters, 18 thru 35 – 6 horses competed in first class
25.00 CH 307 Que Sera 16 Meghan Newton Meghan Newton
25.00 RES 211 Equador Jennifer Duffy Allison Pelzel
Pre Children’s Hunters – 6 horses competed in first class
32.00 CH 401 Estes Park Grace Mcreynolds Sarah Hallam
28.00 RES 347 Odin Emma Gjester Emma Gjester
Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers-1.00M – 12 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 326 Olivia’s Tune Molly Madden Molly Madden
14.00 RES 267 Don’t Blink Courtney Benjamin Courtney Benjamin
Children’s Jumpers-1.10M – 7 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 224 Nektor Cristoph Distel Natalie Hejda
12.00 RES 325 My Ceo Michaela Cordova Michaela Cordova
Equitation, 12 thru 14 – 6 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 393 Atatlanta Susan Ann Varady Hailey J. Hak
16.00 RES 273 Roosevelt Gianna Lanteri Gianna Lanteri
Junior Hunters 3’3″ – 8 horses competed in first class
27.00 CH 412 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
26.00 RES 203 Only Mischief Taylor Valencia Taylor Valencia
Green Hunters 3’6″-3’9″ – 3 horses competed in first class
46.00 CH 111 Verity Llc Mesa View Stables Amberlee Wentz
28.00 RES 205 Another Day Kristin Nixon Kristin Nixon
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ – 15 horses competed in first class
44.00 CH 290 Durgin Park Henri Hall Sarah Invicta Williams
21.00 RES 348 Hip Hop Erj Racing Llc Brianna Davis
Performance Working Hunter 3’6″ – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 137 Love Struck Kelly Stensland Brianna Davis
32.00 RES 116 Casido Molly Precourt Karen S. Banister
3’3″ Amateur Owner Hunters 18 & Over – 5 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 138 Night Cap Megan Engel Megan Engel
26.00 RES 183 5280 Phoenix Sophie Onody Sophie Onody
Small & Medium Green Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 217 Charm Bracelet Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
30.00 RES 322 Liberty’s Fire and Ice Pixie Alfond Pixie Alfond
Medium Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
50.00 CH 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
20.00 RES 216 Helicon Just Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
USHJA Hunter 3′ – 17 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 256 Snowbird Tarah Wolf Tarah Wolf
23.00 RES 300 Brightly Hillary Jean Sarah Watson
Junior Hunters 3’3″ – 8 horses competed in first class
27.00 CH 412 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
26.00 RES 203 Only Mischief Taylor Valencia Taylor Valencia
Green Hunters 3’6″-3’9″ – 3 horses competed in first class
46.00 CH 111 Verity Llc Mesa View Stables Amberlee Wentz
28.00 RES 205 Another Day Kristin Nixon Kristin Nixon
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ – 15 horses competed in first class
44.00 CH 290 Durgin Park Henri Hall Sarah Invicta Williams
21.00 RES 348 Hip Hop Erj Racing Llc Brianna Davis
Performance Working Hunter 3’6″ – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 137 Love Struck Kelly Stensland Brianna Davis
32.00 RES 116 Casido Molly Precourt Karen S. Banister
3’3″ Amateur Owner Hunters 18 & Over – 5 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 138 Night Cap Megan Engel Megan Engel
26.00 RES 183 5280 Phoenix Sophie Onody Sophie Onody
Small & Medium Green Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 217 Charm Bracelet Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
30.00 RES 322 Liberty’s Fire and Ice Pixie Alfond Pixie Alfond
Medium Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
50.00 CH 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
20.00 RES 216 Helicon Just Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
USHJA Hunter 3′ – 17 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 256 Snowbird Tarah Wolf Tarah Wolf
23.00 RES 300 Brightly Hillary Jean Sarah Watson

 

USHJA Hunter 2’9″ – 11 horses competed in first class
40.50 CH 280 Charismatique Nancy Goodman/mg Equine Associates Harriet Bunker
22.00 RES 367 Lander Laura Love Lise Gregory
Green Hunters 3’3″ – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 109 Davidson Dana Vollbracht Amberlee Wentz
27.00 RES 145 Perseus YC Erin Gibbs Karen Goodell
USHJA Hunter 2’6″ – 13 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 406 Collin Fallen Oak Farm Philip Dreissigacker
18.50 RES 149 Leadguria Wesley Fox Tyler Grayson
Children’s Hunters, 14 thru 17 – 7 horses competed in first class
29.00 CH 264 Mont Scirocco Terri Sassano Cait Murdoch
24.00 RES 240 Sirius Black Anna Lawrence Anna Lawrence
Adult Amateur Hunters 36/Over – 6 horses competed in first class
32.00 CH 369 21 Royal Salute Lisa Baller Lisa Baller
24.00 RES 289 Wyndara Henri Hall Henri Hall
Baby-Green Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
50.00 CH 367 Lander Laura Love Lise Gregory
20.00 RES 277 Enzo Sophie Chavanon Sophie Chavanon
Modified Junior-Amateur Hunter – 9 horses competed in first class
26.50 CH 412 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
18.00 RES 189 Red Carpet Ready Audrey Rice Audrey Rice
Schooling Pony Hunters – 14 horses competed in first class
16.00 CH 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
16.00 CH 234 Woodlands Picasso Hannah Rohrbach Hannah Rohrbach
4.00 RES 219 Starlight Molly Rinedollar Audrey Clarke
4.00 RES 428 Bits n Pieces Lorelei Cudney Grace Mcreynolds
Pre Adult Amateur Hunters – 10 horses competed in first class
34.50 CH 277 Enzo Sophie Chavanon Sophie Chavanon
26.00 RES 188 Canadian’s Kid Deborah Orent Clare Grady
Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Hunters – 10 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 401 Estes Park Grace Mcreynolds Sarah Hallam
14.00 RES 144 Limitless Erin Gibbs Dominic Gibbs
.80M Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers – 7 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 286 Kalypso King Invicta Farms Kendra Lyon
16.00 RES 103 Izolde Patryce Wiseman Patryce Wiseman
Stirrup Hunters (comb.) – 5 horses competed in first class
26.00 CH 259 Royal Dutch Abby Matthias Abby Matthias
20.00 RES 253 Starburst Hannah Wright Hannah Wright
Short/Long Stirrup Equitation – 5 horses competed in first class
22.00 CH 259 Royal Dutch Abby Matthias Abby Matthias
18.00 RES 148 Saint Valentine Wesley Fox Wesley Fox
.90M Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers – 17 horses competed in first class
22.00 CH 150 S. Indiana Jones Carly Kurchinski Carly Kurchinski
16.00 RES 190 Occra Callie Matteson Callie Matteson
Green Rider Hunters – 4 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 420 Chagall Chantal Henderson Mackenzi Hart
20.00 RES 260 Willie Michael Kirby Abby Matthias
Green rider equitation – 2 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 420 Chagall Chantal Henderson Mackenzi Hart
18.00 RES 260 Willie Michael Kirby Abby Matthias
1.10M Jumpers – 23 horses competed in first class
14.00 CH 296 Caravan Gabrielle Thinnes Gabrielle Thinnes
10.00 RES 251 Quintano 25 Payton Lukes Payton Lukes
10.00 RES 228 Cacau Meghan Newton Paul Rohrbach
1.15M Jumpers – 21 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 311 Zacca Zoeloe Mark Stopford Jamie Morris
10.00 RES 198 Everwolf Jane Dunbar Jane Dunbar
1.20M Jumpers – 14 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 160 Christina 14 Jennifer Kallam Jennifer Kallam
16.00 RES 332 Cassanova Bart Taylor Charlie Carrel

 

1.25M Jumpers – 6 horses competed in first class
110.00 CH 173 Faminka Laura Love Laura Love
60.00 RES 388 Davinci V Overis Z Crisanne Mcguire Morten Holm
60.00 RES 331 Utopik Louise Plank Charlie Carrel
60.00 RES 201 Ferno Van De Hermitage Renee Holik John McConnell
Large Junior Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 430 Cayman A.L. Marie Antonette Leviste Abigail Grace Kelley
36.00 RES 356 Cool Blue Katie Glass Katie Glass
1.30M Jumpers – 7 horses competed in first class
135.00 CH 398 Uptick Beth Bowlen Wallace Morten Holm
90.00 RES 243 Caylee PCH Kristin Buchanan Nicki Wilcox
90.00 RES 425 Castalano Sand Willow Farm Katharin Gualtieri
1.30M Junior-Amateur Owner Jumpers – 3 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 198 Everwolf Jane Dunbar Jane Dunbar
270.00 RES 385 Ciabbo Taylor Stroud Cowles Taylor Stroud Cowles
Adult Amateur Jumpers – 1.10M – 7 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 196 Mephisto Kim Barbieri Kim Barbieri
13.00 RES 212 Vis A Vis Jill Pelzel Jill Pelzel
$500 1.00M Classic – 8 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 169 La Boheme Kathleen Geise Elizabeth Geise
125.00 RES 156 Aconito Kaytlin Ryan Kaytlin Ryan
$500 1.10M Classic – 5 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 196 Mephisto Kim Barbieri Kim Barbieri
125.00 RES 251 Quintano 25 Payton Lukes Payton Lukes
$2,000 Speed Challenge 1.25M – 8 horses competed in first class
600.00 CH 422 Classini Bbb Showjumers Llc Bjorn Ikast
440.00 RES 423 Gracious Me Bbb Showjumers Llc Bjorn Ikast
$1,000 NAL Children’s Hunter Classic – 14 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 323 Castano Dorato Baylee Miller Baylee Miller
220.00 RES 351 Paradise Bay Portia Muenke Portia Muenke
$3,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby – 21 horses competed in first class
1050.00 CH 111 Verity Llc Mesa View Stables Amberlee Wentz
770.00 RES 290 Durgin Park Henri Hall Sarah Invicta Williams
$1,000 NAL Adult Amateur Hunter Classic – 9 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 369 21 Royal Salute Lisa Baller Lisa Baller
220.00 RES 346 Bailando Mary Dunahay Mary Dunahay
$1,500 Junior/Amateur Owner 3’3″ Hunter Classic – 8 horses competed in first class
450.00 CH 166 Socerer Emilie Welles Emilie Welles
330.00 RES 356 Cool Blue Katie Glass Katie Glass
$500 Pony Hunter Classic – 12 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 142 GF Aurelia Dominic Gibbs Dominic Gibbs
110.00 RES 427 Rollingwoods Twist of Fate Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
Pony Equitation – 8 horses competed in first class
22.00 CH 218 Helicon Special Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
12.50 RES 234 Woodlands Picasso Hannah Rohrbach Hannah Rohrbach
Equitation, 15 thru 17 – 15 horses competed in first class
16.00 CH 378 Clearview Jaden Olson Jaden Olson
14.00 RES 312 Kabaltic Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
Small Pony Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
42.00 CH 142 GF Aurelia Dominic Gibbs Dominic Gibbs
24.00 RES 234 Woodlands Picasso Hannah Rohrbach Hannah Rohrbach

 

Green Hunters 3′ – 11 horses competed in first class
30.50 CH 108 Celtic Dana Vollbracht Amberlee Wentz
29.00 RES 261 Summertime Lauren Sherry Tarah Wolf
Children’s Hunters, 13 & Under – 8 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 257 Riveting Sarah Engel Taylor Mclelland
36.00 RES 351 Paradise Bay Portia Muenke Portia Muenke
Adult Amateur Hunters, 18 thru 35 – 6 horses competed in first class
25.00 CH 307 Que Sera 16 Meghan Newton Meghan Newton
25.00 RES 211 Equador Jennifer Duffy Allison Pelzel
Pre Children’s Hunters – 6 horses competed in first class
32.00 CH 401 Estes Park Grace Mcreynolds Sarah Hallam
28.00 RES 347 Odin Emma Gjester Emma Gjester
Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers-1.00M – 12 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 326 Olivia’s Tune Molly Madden Molly Madden
14.00 RES 267 Don’t Blink Courtney Benjamin Courtney Benjamin
Children’s Jumpers-1.10M – 7 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 224 Nektor Cristoph Distel Natalie Hejda
12.00 RES 325 My Ceo Michaela Cordova Michaela Cordova
Equitation, 12 thru 14 – 6 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 393 Atatlanta Susan Ann Varady Hailey J. Hak
16.00 RES 273 Roosevelt Gianna Lanteri Gianna Lanteri

 

USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Program To Identify Next Generation of International Show Jumping Talent in the United States
USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships reopen applications in light of new opportunity
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Lexington, Ky. —- May 26, 2017 —-  With the current top two Show Jumping athletes in the world, the United States continues to innovate in order to develop future Show Jumping athletes from their earliest equestrian endeavors. The United States Hunter Jumper Association is kicking off the USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Program that will allow the United States to identify and provide education and guidance to riders competing at the 1.10m-1.35m levels, as well as to their trainers and parents.

The USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Program uses the new USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships, which are offered at 1.10/1.15m, 1.20/1.25m and 1.30/1.35m, to identify Jumper riders who have the skill and desire to excel in the sport, while educating these riders to become well-rounded horsemen on their path to excellence.
“The international competition environment is extremely competitive, and the United States is known for developing some of the very best Show Jumping athletes in the world,” said Larry Langer, chair of the USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Task Force, which was responsible for developing the program. “This program will help us better identify talented riders much earlier in their riding careers. The program also serves as an opportunity to educate coaches about how their riders can advance in the sport.”
The program begins at the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships where every Championship competitor will be recognized as a 2017 Emerging Jumper Rider and receive a commemorative 2017 Emerging Jumper Rider pin. During a special orientation session at the Championships, riders, trainers and parents will receive comprehensive information about how riders can advance through the sport to its highest levels. These sessions will specifically discuss the Jumping Athlete Pathway, a joint USHJA-US Equestrian effort that identifies and nurtures Jumping athletes as they advance through the sport to enhance future success for Olympic and international teams representing the United States.
All individual medalists at the 2017 USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships will be recognized as 2017 USHJA Gold Star Emerging Jumper Riders. Photo credit: USHJA Archives/Rachel Sowinski
Key sport leaders, including the US Equestrian Youth Chef d’ Equipe DiAnn Langer, will be monitoring each set of Championships to assess talent among Championship competitors. At the conclusion of each Individual Zone Jumper Championship, USHJA will recognize all individual medalists as 2017 Gold Star Emerging Jumper Riders by awarding them an exclusive 2017 Gold Star Emerging Jumper Rider pin that can be worn at future competitions to distinguish them. At the same time, trainers of these riders will be recognized as 2017 Gold Star Jumper Coaches and will receive specialized pins that denote their title.
“Riders who come to the Championships are the best,” continued Larry Langer. “This program appropriately recognizes their achievements and puts them on the radar of sport leaders at a much earlier stage in their riding careers than has been possible.”
Gold Star Emerging Jumper Riders, regardless of age, along with their coaches and parents, will be invited to attend one of three Gold Star Clinics scheduled for the early part of the following year. The Gold Star Clinics will offer horsemanship, stable management, mounted instruction and additional education from top clinicians. Each Gold Star Clinic will offer education for Gold Star Jumper Coaches to help them understand the competition landscape and the opportunities available to their riders as they advance through the sport.
To allow for maximum participation in the first year of this exciting opportunity, the USHJA has reopened the application period and extended the 20 point minimum requirement for the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10. USHJA will accept riders until all spots are filled or 45 days prior to their zone’s Championships, whichever occurs first. All riders who applied and met the criteria at the time of the original application closing deadline of May 1 will be invited to the Championships.
“We are pleased to reopen the application period to provide the membership with an additional opportunity to qualify for this exciting program,” said Langer.  “Especially in its first year, we believe giving people more time to apply and qualify for the championships will address challenges some areas of the country have with regard to weather and availability of competitions during the qualifying period.”
Riders interested in competing in the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships must submit an application and earn a minimum of 20 points in Children’s and Adult Amateur Jumper (1.10/1.15m), 1.20/1.25m Junior and Amateur Jumper, or 1.30/1.35m Junior and Amateur Jumper sections at USEF-licensed competitions. Riders are organized into as many as eight teams based on their total points earned; no more than eight teams of four for each section will be fielded by any one zone.
The Nations Cup-style format of these Championships offers riders a competitive team experience, and competitors have an opportunity to earn Zone Horse of the Year points in their respective Jumper sections. The addition of the USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Program for 2017 will provide this year’s competitors with a tremendous opportunity to advance their international competition goals.
The Championships are scheduled as follows with the following new application deadlines:
Princeton Show Jumping Fall I
September 21-24, 2017
Princeton, New Jersey
Application Deadline and Points Lock: August 7
Zones 3 & 4 
Constitution Classic
August 25-27, 2017
Culpeper, Virginia
Application Deadline and Points Lock: July 10
Zones 5 & 6
Showplace End of Summer
August 11-13, 2017
Crete, Illinois
Application Deadline and Points Lock: June 26
Zones 7 & 8
GO Show
July 9-16, 2017
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Applications are closed.
National Sunshine Series II

November 10-12, 2017
Thermal, California

Application Deadline and Points Lock: September 26
Riders will be recognized for each year of participation in the program as USHJA Emerging Jumper Riders with the year noted and may earn the designation of USHJA Gold Star Emerging Jumper Rider for as many years as they win individual medals in the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships. Sport leadership will track these athletes’ accomplishments as they advance through the sport and look for opportunities to support riders’ efforts with education along the way.
USHJA extends special thanks to the USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Task Force who led the development of this program: Larry Langer, Diane Carney, Missy Clark, David Distler, Marnye Langer, DiAnn Langer and Jimmy Torano.
For more information about the USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Program, visit ushja.org/EmergingJumper. For more information about the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships, please visit ushja.org/ZoneJumper.

Colorado Spring Preview – May 11-14

Opportunity Walk / Trot – 2 horses competed in first class

40.00 CH 285 G F Oriental Express Eve Westfall Eve Westfall
24.00 RES 280 Mr Mowgli Maryann Funk Haven Gumucio
 
Opportunity Walk/Trot/Canter – 3 horses competed in first class
32.00 CH 164 Gf Gala Amanda Walsh Zoe Rucks
32.00 CH 285 G F Oriental Express Eve Westfall Eve Westfall
12.00 RES 279 Wink at the Judge Kaitlyn Johnson Emily Johnson
 
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ – 11 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 177 Bailando Mary Dunahay Brianna Davis
24.00 RES 261 Electra Sarah Cowden Andrea Van Meenen
 
Performance Working Hunter 3’6″ – 4 horses competed in first class
32.00 CH 178 Another Day Kristin Nixon Kristin Nixon
32.00 CH 227 Campari Laurie Jueneman Laurie Jueneman
32.00 CH 239 Baldo Blue Star Farms Kristin Jacob
8.00 RES 235 Casino 72 Devon Weigers Devon Weigers
 
Small Junior Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 172 Cayman A.L. Marie Antonette Leviste Abigail Grace Kelley
30.00 RES 124 Santiana isabella smith isabella smith
 
Amateur Owner Hunters, 18 thru 35 – 3 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 109 Night Cap Megan Engel Megan Engel
34.00 RES 112 With Gratitude Hillary Jean Hillary Jean
 
Small & Medium Green Pony Hunters – 4 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 153 Charm Bracelet Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
30.00 RES 135 Just Say So Laurie S. Grayson Colleen Nichole Gilmore
 
USHJA Hunter 2’6″ – 7 horses competed in first class
28.50 CH 269 Collin Fallen Oak Farm Philip Dreissigacker
20.50 RES 103 Quintessence Madison Mitchell Madison Mitchell
 
USHJA Hunter 2’9″ – 5 horses competed in first class
34.00 CH 267 Second Glance Jensen Crenshaw Susan Winston
26.00 RES 245 Rhetorical Katie Hill Katie Hill
 
Baby-Green Hunters – 4 horses competed in first class
38.00 CH 264 Mermus Kandy Melissa Morton Andrea Van Meenen
32.00 RES 263 Custom Made Melissa Morton Andrea Van Meenen
 
Modified Junior-Amateur Hunter – 3 horses competed in first class
32.50 CH 227 Campari Laurie Jueneman Andrea Russell
20.00 RES 109 Night Cap Megan Engel Megan Engel
 
Schooling Pony Hunters – 12 horses competed in first class
10.00 CH 200 GF Elliot Jordan Gibbs Jordan Gibbs
10.00 CH 153 Charm Bracelet Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
7.00 RES 129 Kool Kola Oleana Jacobson Oleana Jacobson
 
Pre Adult Amateur Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 267 Second Glance Jensen Crenshaw Jensen Crenshaw
36.00 RES 236 Powder River Karen Tanner-Smith Karen Tanner-Smith
 
Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Hunters – 12 horses competed in first class
12.00 CH 130 Sinclair Paseo Farms Llc Ashley Penner
11.00 RES 160 Hat Trick Meera Paranjape Meera Paranjape
 
Short/Long Stirrup Hunters – 5 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 231 Rollingwoods Q and A Elizabeth Simpson Elizabeth Simpson
20.00 RES 260 All Hands on Dex Melissa Morton Natalie Smith
 
Short/Long Stirrup Equitation – 6 horses competed in first class
18.00 CH 260 All Hands on Dex Melissa Morton Natalie Smith
13.00 RES 152 Newman Molly Rinedollar Eleanor Turner
13.00 RES 231 Rollingwoods Q and A Elizabeth Simpson Elizabeth Simpson
 
.90M Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers – 4 horses competed in first class
30.00 CH 233 Powder Day Lusa Olle Elizabeth Simpson
7.00 RES 105 Trubbels Ava Nunn Ava Nunn
 
Green Rider Hunters – 7 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 245 Rhetorical Katie Hill Kindra Warner
18.00 RES 244 Wellington Isabella Stumpf Isabella Stumpf
 
Rusty Stirrup Hunters – 4 horses competed in first class
24.00 CH 269 Collin Fallen Oak Farm Heather Chenault
22.00 RES 277 Money Never Sleeps Lindy Hinman Lindy Hinman
 
Rusty Stirrup Equitation – 2 horses competed in first class
26.00 CH 259 Valencio Melissa Morton Melissa Morton
20.00 RES 277 Money Never Sleeps Lindy Hinman Lindy Hinman
 
Green rider equitation – 7 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 245 Rhetorical Katie Hill Katie Hill
18.00 RES 244 Wellington Isabella Stumpf Isabella Stumpf
 
.90M Jumpers – 8 horses competed in first class
42.00 CH 238 Billie Rae Blue Star Farms Kristin Jacob
14.00 RES 278 Cabalito’s Rose Emlec Izzy Hill
 
1.15M Jumpers – 7 horses competed in first class
15.00 CH 270 Thunderstruck Janelle Henningsen Janelle Henningsen
12.00 RES 275 Be Cool Z Beckie Harman Beckie Harman
 
1.20M Jumpers – 2 horses competed in first class
10.00 CH 209 Davinci V Overis Z Crisanne Mcguire Crisanne Mcguire
10.00 CH 202 Conte Della Caccia Crooked Willow Farms Jami Jensen
10.00 CH 193 Valiente Nancy Gooding Natascha Gates
10.00 CH 146 She’s A Hottie Andrea Overly Andrea Overly
10.00 CH 254 Gracious Me Bbb Showjumers Llc Bjorn Ikast
6.00 RES 128 Carus Z Kim Dixon Kim Dixon
6.00 RES 226 Tatabra Triunfo Luciana Solari Luciana Solari
6.00 RES 205 Coriso Crooked Willow Farms Katharina Gebauer
 
Adult Amateur Jumpers – 1.10M – 5 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 136 Atlanta Katie Hendrickson Katie Hendrickson
16.00 RES 139 Cabriolet Devon Eret Devon Eret
 
$10,000 Spring Preview Welcome -1.35M – 9 horses competed in first class
3000.00 CH 257 Spice Boy Bjorn Ikast Bjorn Ikast
2200.00 RES 253 Classini Bbb Showjumers Llc Bjorn Ikast
 
$2500 USHJA National Hunter Derby – 16 horses competed in first class
750.00 CH 177 Bailando Mary Dunahay Brianna Davis
550.00 RES 266 Quite Nice Susan Winston Susan Winston
 
$1,000 NAL Adult Amateur Hunter Classic – 12 horses competed in first class
300.00 CH 180 Priam Lauren Sciullo Lauren Sciullo
220.00 RES 241 Paradise Bay Portia Muenke Portia Muenke
 
$1,500 Junior/Amateur Owner 3’3″ Hunter Classic – 4 horses competed in first class
450.00 CH 124 Santiana isabella smith isabella smith
330.00 RES 104 Coastal Jenna Hanson Jenna Hanson
 
$500 Pony Hunter Classic – 9 horses competed in first class
150.00 CH 151 Starlight Molly Rinedollar Audrey Clarke
110.00 RES 230 Tiger Lily Maggie Lawrence Maggie Lawrence
 
Pony Equitation – 3 horses competed in first class
24.00 CH 151 Starlight Molly Rinedollar Audrey Clarke
16.00 RES 155 Helicon Special Notice Molly Rinedollar Lucy Butler
 
Equitation, 15 thru 17 – 10 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 180 Priam Lauren Sciullo Lauren Sciullo
18.00 RES 265 Kabaltic Grace Mcreynolds Grace Mcreynolds
 
Equitation, 18 thru 35
26.00 CH 270 Thunderstruck Janelle Henningsen Janelle Henningsen
16.00 RES 175 Pierrott Caroline Molther Caroline Molther
 
Small Pony Hunters – 7 horses competed in first class
29.00 CH 200 GF Elliot Jordan Gibbs Jordan Gibbs
27.50 RES 129 Kool Kola Oleana Jacobson Oleana Jacobson
 
Green Hunters 3′ – 9 horses competed in first class
42.00 CH 122 Watermark Jennifer Singer Michael Dennehy
36.00 RES 118 Hulla-Balou Renee Rainey-Howard Michael Dennehy
 
Children’s Hunters, 13 & Under – 7 horses competed in first class
34.50 CH 159 Sirius Black Anna Lawrence Anna Lawrence
30.00 RES 241 Paradise Bay Portia Muenke Portia Muenke
 
Adult Amateur Hunters, 18 thru 35 – 5 horses competed in first class
36.00 CH 176 Weimar Caroline Molther Caroline Molther
32.00 RES 166 Oh Man Kirbi Spanbauer Kirbi Spanbauer
 

Pre Children’s Hunters – 7 horses competed in first class
27.00 CH 170 Shareef Lilian Schaffer Lilian Schaffer
27.00 RES 288 Aviator Laurie Jueneman Rachel Harrower
 
Low Children’s-Adult Amateur Jumpers-1.00M – 9 horses competed in first class
21.00 CH 271 Dante Z Taylor Stroud Cowles Taylor Stroud Cowles
17.50 RES 137 Calligraphy Peyton Wyatt Katherine Kramer
 
Children’s Jumpers-1.10M – 3 horses competed in first class
23.00 CH 234 MTM Cashew Claire Lyons Claire Lyons
16.00 RES 121 Maestro Z Elliana Araujo Elliana Araujo
16.00 RES 192 Lady Liberty Camille Wright Camille Wright
 
Equitation, 12 thru 14 – 6 horses competed in first class
20.00 CH 182 Zeus Rylee Shufelt Rylee Shufelt
14.00 RES 251 Mont Scirocco Terri Sassano Chiara Sassano