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Sunday, March 29, 2020

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Devon Horse Show prize list and entry forms available online

DEVON, Pa.--The 2020 Devon Horse and Country Fair is closely monitoring information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Devon generic jumperThe safety and welfare of our exhibitors, staff and attendees is our top priority. 

Our committee continues to review the communications on this illness issued from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, USEF, FEI and other regulatory organizations.

Meanwhile, the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair (DHSCF) has announced that the prize list and entry forms for its 2020 event are now available online.

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Betsy Steiner wins the Freestyle 3* the final class of the festival

WELLINGTON, Fla,--The experienced Betsy Steiner of Stockton, N.J., on Bailey’s Swiss W won the FEI Intermediate I Freestyle CDI3*, with a commanding 75.592 percent on March 15 in the final class of the 2020 Festival season.

Betsy Steiner on Swiss W Susan StickleBetsy Steiner on Swiss W (Photo by Susan Stickle)All but one of the 11 starters broke the 70 percent barrier, and U.S. riders filled the top five places in this class.

Jami Kment on Gatino Van Hof Olympia was second with 73.558 percent, and Cesar Parra finished third with 73.175 percent on GK Don Cesar.

The 10th week of AGDF and the 2020 season concluded March 15 due to the Coronavirus.

Steiner, who rode for the USA at the 1990 World Equestrian Games in Stockholm, has been coming to AGDF “since the beginning of time,” but this was her first CDI win of the 2020 season.

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Dani Waldman won the Deeridge Grand Prix after Bill Twomey disqualified & placed sixth

WELLINGTON, Fla.--In the final event of the Palm Beach Masters Series, Israel’s Dani G. Waldman on a new mount, Queensland E, won in the $300,000 CSI5* CP Palm Beach Masters Final Sunday, March 15 at Deeridge Farms, conquering an especially challenging 1.60m track designed by Ireland’s Alan Wade.

Dani Waldman on Queensland E Kathy RussellDani Waldman on Queensland E (Photo by Kathy Russell)Billy Twomey of Ireland, last to go  in the jump-off, actually had the fastest clean round, but a trace of blood was found on his horse following his round, and he was disqualified from the jump-off and placed sixth.

Waldman, who rides with a mass of colored ribbons flying down her back in a most disconcerting way, was raised from second to first.

“Queensland jumped unbelievable,” Waldman said of the 11-year-old Zangersheide stallion that she has had for just over one month. “I actually thought he started a little plain in the warm-up, and then he jumped incredible in the first round. I’d been struggling to sort of put it all together, and I felt like I finally did.”

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Steffen Peters wins the Freestyle, making it 11 wins from 11 starts, , after anchoring the U.S. to Nations Cup win

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Steffen Peters won again with his new mount, Suppenkasper, taking the gold medal in the Nations Cup Grand Prix Freestyle CDIO3* after having the U.S. to the gold medal in the Nations Cup the day before.

SteffenPeters.Suppenkasper.2G100849©SusanJStickle.com_.-1.jpgSteffenPeter on Suppenkasper (Photo by SusanJStickle)

 

This takes his wins to 11 from 11 starts in this year's Global Dressage Festival, held at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Peters scored 81.535 percent, his second plus-80 percent freestyle score of the year.

The 10th week of AGDF continues through Sunday, March 15, which is also the conclusion of the 2020 season, a decision announced earlier today due to the Coronavirus.

Right behind Peters, personal bests abounded on the podium in the Freestyle.

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McLain Ward wins the Welcome Stake at the Palm Beach Open at Deeridge Farm

WELLINGTON, Fla.--McLain Ward rode Catoki to win the $36,600 CSI5* Suncast Welcome Stake, part of the Palm Beach Open CSI5*/CSI2* on March 12, continuing a skein of wins that included winning three grand prix in two weeks.

McLain Ward onCatoki deeridge Kathy RussellMcLain Ward on Catoki (Photo by Kathy Russell)Ward topped a strong field of 44 competitors, going halfway through the class and holding the lead through the remaining entries with a time of 57.91over Alan Wade's 1.45m speed track.

Jessica Springsteen on Volage du val Henry finished second on 59.00 seconds, with Ben Maher of Great Britain and Tic Tac just behind them in third on 59.29 seconds.

The win marked Ward's third with the horse, who stands just 15.2 hands high, in international competition since acquiring the gelding last November.

He says the bay is among the fastest horses he's ever ridden.

"He doesn’t have the hugest stride, and the lines weren’t very long, so that helped a little bit," said Ward. "He’s just so naturally quick across the ground. To be frank, you’re almost slowing down in a few places so that he doesn’t get away from you. He’s just naturally an incredibly fast horse."

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U.S. youth team wins Nations Cup

WELLINGTON, Fla. --Team USA “Stars and Stripes” edged out Team USA “Star Spangled,” with Canada taking bronze in the Nations Cup CDIO-U25 on March 11 at the Festival.

Benjamin EbelingBenjamin Ebeling on Illuster (Photo by Susn Stickle)

For the fourth year, AGDF hosted CDIO-U25 competition, offering a valuable stepping-stone in international competition for young riders.

Team USA “Stars and Stripes” consisted of Benjamin Ebeling on Illuster Van De Kampert, Emma Asher with Elegance , and Rosemary Julian-Simoes riding Rankrado.

The team finished on 139.559 in the FEI Intermediate II 16-25 test, which determined the team medals.

Team USA “Star Spangled” finished on 137.911, with Canada on 134.

Ebeling, 20, rode Illuster, a 12-year old gelding by Spielberg, the same sire as Steffen Peters’ Suppenkasper, who was also in action and on sparkling form at AGDF.

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Steffen Peters anchors the U.S. team in the Dressage Nations Cup in Wellington

WELLINGTON, Fla.--The Global Dressage Festival will host the second largest CDI of its nine year history with150 horses competing on March 11-15 at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Dressage nations CupThe week will include the Nations Cup CDIO3* and the Nations Cup CDIO-U25.

This is the eighth edition of the Nations Cup CDIO3*, and this year’s event welcomes teams from the USA, Canada, Denmark, Israel, and Japan, along with individuals from Spain and the Dominican Republic.

This Nations Cup marks an historic event as it includes the first ever international-level dressage team fielded for Israel.

Team medals for the Nations Cup™ CDIO3* are decided after the Grand Prix/FEI Prix St. Georges and FEI Grand Prix Special/FEI Intermediaire-1 competition on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Chester Weber won his 17th Combined Driving National Championship, setting a record

OCALA, Fla.--Chester Weber won a record 17th USEF Four-in-Hand National Championship title in a decisive victory on March 8, winning all three phases of the competition at the Live Oak International event.

CHESTER WEBER 2020Chester Weber“Number 17 feels nice. It’s always a big goal in my organization to win a national championship and now it’s checked off” said Weber. “This week, I drove two younger horses that came out of my program. Julius on the left and Amadeus on the right wheel. I drove the Marathon team that I’m thinking about for the top sport, it’s the first time I’ve had these two leaders back together and my plan is to keep this team for the rest of the season.”

Weber, the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) team gold and individual silver medalist, opened with a win in the Advanced Four-in-Hand Combined Driving dressage phase on a score of 35.92.

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Laura Chapot and Scott Stewart again in the lead for WEG Circuit Championships in Jumpers and Hunters

WELLINGTON, Fla.--With the Winter Equestrian Festival about three-quarters over, Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., and Scott Stewart of Flemington, N.J., are in their familiar places, leading for Circuit Championships in Jumpers and Hunters.

Laura Chapot on Calafornia The BookLaura Chapot on Calafornia (Photo by The Book)Chapot, who has been Overall Jumper Rider Circuit Champion for over a decade, is again leading, with almost twice as many points as her nearest rival.

Chapot has 1,041 points to Canadian Erynn Ballard's 672 points.

Henri Prudent of Middleburg, Va., is ahead in Leading Jumper Trainer with 1,146 points to Mary Chapot's 1,118.

In 1.35m Jumpers, Chapot's Umberto leads with $2,275 wile her Little Firebird is third in the standings with $1,195.

Chapot has three in the standings in 1.40m Jumpers, with Calafornia fourth with $9,060, Out of Ireland fifth with $7,500 and Thornhill Kate sixth with $7,030.

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Young U.S. team dominates the Nations Cup at WEF with a runaway win

WELLINGTON, Fla.--A young U.S. team of Andy Kocher on Squirt Gun, Brian Moggre on MTM Vivre le Reve, Lucas Porter with C Hunter and Adrienne Sternlicht riding Just A Gamble dominated the $150,000 Nations Cup CSIO4* with a runaway win that was more impressive to watch than the final score revealed.

USA by Sportfot 536 3329The winning United States team, including Andy Kocher, Brian Moggre, Adrienne Sternlicht, Lucas Porter, and Chef d’Équipe Robert Ridland in their winning presentation with Equestrian Sport Productions President Michael Stone and ringmaster Steve Rector. Photo © SportfotLed by chef d'equipe Robert Ridland, the U.S. won on a total of four faults with Ireland second with 13 faults and Australia third with 22 faults.

The U.S. team had four clean trips in the first round, although Kocher added one time fault, and had two clean trips in the second round, so the U.S. team alone had almost half, five of the 12 clean rounds, from the riders on the nine team that competed.

The “Saturday Night Lights” Nations Cup consisted of two rounds over a course set by the USA’s Ken Krome.

Teams of four represented the nations of Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, and the United States.

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Adrienne Lyle wins first time out on Salvino

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Adrienne Lyle brought out her top horse, Salvino, for the first time this season in the the Grand Prix CDI4*, marking the start of their bid for a Tokyo Olympics place.

Adrienne Lyle on Salvino Susan StickleAdrienne Lyle on Salvino (Photo by Susan Stickle)They led the class with a commanding 76.87 percent, their equal second highest-ever score in this test.

Another Olympic hopeful, Olivia LaGoy-Weltz finished second with 72.935 percent on Lonoir and Lindsay Kellock of Canada was third on Sebastien with 69.826 percent.

Lyle’s test on Betsy Juliano’s 13-year-old stallion by Sandro Hit was a masterclass in harmony, and it was rewarded with a number of nines, particularly for the light-footed passage and piaffe.

The pair — who have not competed since Aachen in July 2019 — garnered a high score of 79.239 percent from the judge at C, Germany’s Henning Lehrmann.

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Young team named to represent the U.S. at the Nations Cup at WEF

WELLINGTON, Fla.--A relatively young team of up and coming riders will represent the U.S. in the Nations Cup competition at WEF Saturday evening, Feb. 29.

Nations cup teamAs this Nations Cup doesn't count towards qualifying for the Nations Cup Finals in Barcelona, chef d'equipe Robert Ridland has used this opportunity to give valuable team experience to up-and-coming horses and riders.

Ridland has consistently followed his theory of putting young riders with veterans on teams to give them experience, and that practice has given the U.S. a broad base of qualified riders and has led to great success in international competitions.

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Devon Horse Show announces its inauguural Legends of Sports honorees

DEVON, Pa.--The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair  will begin a year-long celebration for its upcoming 125th anniversary in 2021 with an induction ceremony honoring the "Devon Legends" at the storied Ardrossan Estate in Villanova, Pa., on Saturday, April 25.

Laura Chapot on Thornhill Kate at Evon Fall ClassicLaura Chapot shown here on Thornhill Kate, is one of the Legends to be honored.This prestigious group of inaugural honorees includes Olympians, national champions and others connected to the success of the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair.

This is the first time in the history of the distinguished competition at Devon that the legends of the sport have been recognized.

The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair looks forward to annually recognizing the many more legends that have made the event a unique and unparalleled horse show.

Meridian Bank, the presenting sponsor of the celebration, has been serving the Delaware Valley since 2004.

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McLain Ward wins his third Grand Prix in two weeks and welcomes a second daughter on Feb. 18

WELLINGTON, Fla--McLain Ward has had a fantastic run for the past two weeks.

McLain Ward on HH Azur SportfotMcLain Ward on HH Azur (Photo by Sportfot)During that short time period, he has won two Grand Prix on Noche de Ronda, a very talented new addition to his string of top mounts, won a third Grand Prix on his super mare and 2016 Olympic mount HH Azur and had a second daughter, Madison, on Feb. 18 with his wife Lauren.

The Wards have been married for 10 years and their first daughter, Lilly, is now 5.

Ward won his third CSI5* in two weeks by taking the $401,000 Grand Prix CSI5* on HH Azur, during “Saturday Night Lights” on Feb. 22, at the WEF.

Santiago Varela of Spain, course designer for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, was the course designer for the WEF Grand Prix, which had six riders from three different countries in the jump-off.

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Steffen Peters wins the Grand Prix Special on Suppenkasper

WELLINGTON, Fla.--California Steffen Peters won yet again in the Grand Prix Special CDI5* on Feb. 22 to remain undefeated on Suppenkasper during the 202 Dressage Festival at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Steffen Peters on Suppenkasper Susan SticklesSteffen Peters on Suppenkasper (Photo by Susan Stickles)Peters threw his hands in the air as his winning score of 77.106 percent was announced in the Grand Prix Special.

He was last to go in the class of 11 starters in the five-star week seven of the Festival.

Peters’ score represented a new personal best in this test, and his delight with Suppenkasper was evident as he punched the air.

Canada’s Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu rode All In to a new personal best score of 73.447 percent in this test to finish second, with Sabine Schut-Kery, born in Krefeld, Germany but now living in Thousand Oaks, Calif., finishing third on Sanceo with 72.979 percent.

Despite a mistake in the middle of the one-time changes on the diagonal, this was the first time Peters had broken the 77 percent barrier and repays the faith he has had in this giant and extraordinarily athletic horse.

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Steffen Peters wins a Grand Prix while Katherine Bateson Chandler wins a Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle

WELLINGTON, Fla.--On Thursday, Feb. 20, Steffen Peters and Katherine Bates Chandler  each won  a Grand Prix CDI5*, and Chandler went on to win the Freestyle Friday evening.

Steffen Peters on Suppenkasper Susan StickleSteffen Peters on Suppenkasper (Photo by Susan Stickle)Peters on Suppenkasper won Grand Prix CDI5*, a qualifier for the Grand Prix Special CDI5* on Saturday.

The 55-year-old California-based rider rode Suppenkasper to their third highest career grand prix score, leading the field of 12 with 76.239 percent, just 0.63 percent shy of their best ever in this test, which they laid down in  week five to remain unbeaten in their seven starts so far this year.

Both second-placed Sabine Schut-Kery and Canada’s Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu posted identical scores on the board of 73.674 percent, so the standings were decided by the only collective mark, with Schut-Kery’s rider mark on Sanceo higher than Fraser-Beaulieu’s on All In.

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  1. Marilyn Little on RF Scandalous won the $50,000 Eventing Showcase in Wellington
  2. U.S. wins Nations Cup at Deeridge in a dramatic, come from behind victory
  3. Jessie Springsteen wins $137,000 WEF Grand Prix while Victoria Colvin wins Hunter Spectacular
  4. McLain Ward on Noche de Ronda won the $213,300 Grand Prix at Deeridge Farms
  5. McLain Ward wins $401,000 5* Grand Prix at WEF
  6. Steffen Peters on Suppenkasper wins fourth test at Festival
  7. Erin Davis-Heineking wins WEF Grand Prix while McLain Ward scores again with Catoki
  8. McLain Ward on Catoki wins 1.45m class at WEF
  9. Lillie Keenan wins second Leading Lady Rider Award
  10. Kent Farrington and Scott Stewart win at WEF
  11. Ireland's Cian O'Connor wins WEF Grand Prix
  12. Steffen Peters wins the Grand Prix Special on Suppenkasper, Adrienne Sternlicht wins a 1.50m class
  13. Laura Chapot wins a second 1.40m jumper class at WEF, while Canada has dominated in dressage
  14. Laura Chapot and Scott Stewart win on first day of Winter Equestrian Festival
  15. Devon H. S. donates $375,000 to Bryn Mawr Hospital, kicking off a new $2 million pledge
  16. Europe was again unbeatable in the Riding Masters Cup
  17. Kent Farrington is one of the top riders already arriving in Florida
  18. Adrienne Sternlicht wins the World Cup in Las Vegas
  19. Brian Moggre finished his junior career with a third in the World Cup in Toronto
  20. Adrienne Sternlicht wins Thermal World Cup, moves into third in qualifying standings
  21. Captain Canada Ian Millar honored during the Royal Winter Fair
  22. The Medal and Maclay Championships, stepping stones to the future
  23. Ava Stearns wins the Maclay Championship at The National
  24. Brian Moggre won the $225,000 World Cup at The National
  25. U.S. Junior Team wins bronze at the Junior Nations Cup in China
  26. Amanda Steege rode Lafitte De Muze to win the $50,000 National H. S. Hunter Classic
  27. Daniel Coyle on CHS Krooze wins again in $36,000 Accumulator at The National
  28. Alex Granato won the $135,000 Jumper Classic at The National
  29. Darragh Kenny wins The National Horse Show's Welcome Speed Stake
  30. Scott Stewart and Becky Gochman win hunter championships at The National Horse Show
  31. Laura Kraut on Fleurette won the $136,300 World Cup in Washington
  32. Sydney Shulman wins two speed classes at Washington, and Aaron Vale and Schuyler Riley share Puissance win
  33. Molly Ashe Cawley on Adamo wins the Grand Prix in Harrisburg
  34. Hunter Champey and Dorli Burke are winners in Harrisburg
  35. Erin Sylvester on Paddy The Caddy wins the Fair Hill 4* Event
  36. Laura Chapot, Beezie Madden and Beat Mändli are winners at Pennsylvania National Horse Show
  37. Betty Oare, Sandra Ferrell and Scott Stewart ride champions in Harrisburg
  38. Bull Run Hunt is Hunt Night Champion in Harrisburg
  39. Emma Fletcher wins Hunter Seat Medal Final in Harrisburg
  40. JJ Torano, already a champion at just 9 years old
  41. Zone 2 riders Cunniffe and Gochman win silver and bronze in Jr. Jumper Individual National Finals
  42. Zone 2 wins Prix des States Team Championship for a record 13th time
  43. Illinois riders placed one, two in the first phase of the Junior Championships in Harrisburg
  44. U.S. tied for third in Nations Cup consolation class
  45. News flash - U.S ties for third in Nations Cup Challenge Cup, consolation class
  46. U.S. Jumping Team 12 in Nations Cup Final round one, relegated to Challenge Cup
  47. Hannah Irons won Young Riders Freestyle at DAD
  48. Canadian Lindsay Kellock won the Grand Prix Freestyle at DAD
  49. Photo essay of winners at Dressage at Devon
  50. Iron Spring Farm has two winners on opening day of Dressage at Devon
  51. Colleen Rutledge on Covert Rights wins the Plantation Field 4* Event
  52. Laura Kraut wins the CSI4* Grand Prix at the Hubside Fall Tour
  53. Jessie Springsteen wins Global Champions League Grand Prix in France
  54. Beezie Madden wins the Gold Cup Grand Prix on an exciting new horse
  55. Leslie Schllat wins Zone 2 Low Amateur Owner Championship
  56. Callan Solem wins the Devon Fall Classic Speed Stake
  57. Laura Chapot wins the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix on Thornhill Kate
  58. Calla Solem wins Devon Fall Classic's Welcome Stake
  59. Mario and Lucy Deslauriers finish first and second in the $300,000 Grand Prix at the Hampton Classic
  60. The Devon Fall Classic begins tomorrow
  61. Linda Corvani wins the gold medal in Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships
  62. Zone 2 adult amateur hunter riders win at the Zone 1 and 2 Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships
  63. Del-bred Quite A Star is the Hunter Breeding Overall Grand Champion
  64. The Devon Fall Classic is one of the fall's most popular events
  65. The Devon Fall Classic offers family fun for all
  66. Scott Stewart leads on first day of Green Hunter Incentive Championship
  67. Laura Chapot's string that will be at the Devon Fall Classic includes Thornhill Kate and Calafornia
  68. Beezie Madden on Breitling LS wins jumping individual bronze medal at Pan Ams
  69. Young U.S. Show Jumping team wins bronze medal at Pan Ams
  70. U.S. Show Jumping team leads after first, speed round at Pan Ams
  71. Laura Chapot won HITS Grand Prix on Out of Ireland
  72. Kevin Babington on Shorapur wins CSI3* Assante Classic at International Bromont
  73. U.S. Eventing Team takes commanding lead after Cross-Coun
  74. U.S. Eventing wins team gold medal at Lima Pan Ams, qualifies for Tokyo Olympics, Martin and Symansky win individual gold and silver medals
  75. Lockman wins individual gold in dressage at Pan Ams, Baumert wins bronze
  76. U.S. Dressage wins individual gold and bronze at Pan Ams
  77. U.S. Dressage team wins silver medal at Pan Am Games
  78. U.S. Dressage Team took an early lead but fell to silver medal position at the Pan American Games
  79. Chapot wins four classes at HITS Saugerties, including a Grand Prix
  80. U.S. Jumping Team places fifth in the Nations Cup 5* in Great Britain
  81. Kent Farrington wins Aachen's Grand Prix, U.S. wins bronze in dressage at Aachen
  82. Virginian Katlynn Butler wins bronze in Zone 3 & 4 1.40/1.45m championship
  83. Young U.S. team fourth in Falsterbo Nations Cup
  84. Virginian Addison Reed wins gold medal in Zones 3 & 4 1.20/1.25m Jumpers
  85. Devon Fall Classic to offer Zone 2 Jumper Championships
  86. Boyd Martin wins final outing for the Pan Am Games Eventing team
  87. Babington places 1, 2, 3 in $100,000 Lake Placid Grand Prix
  88. Laura Chapot wins three more at Lake Placid
  89. Laura Chapot Wins $1,500, 1.35m Jumper Class to Kick Off Second Week Action at Lake Placid
  90. Catherine Tyree won the $100,000 Grand Prix at Lake Placid
  91. Laura Chapot won the $20,000 1.40m Open Stake at Lake Placid on June 29
  92. Kevin Babington won the $30,000 Jumper Classic at Lake Placid on June 28
  93. Making it three in a row, Laura Chapot won Thursday's feature at Lake Placid
  94. Chapot and Babington win Wednesday features at Lake Placid Horse Shows
  95. Olympic Veteran Will Coleman wins inaugural Advanced division at MARS Essex Horse Trials
  96. Eventing team for Aachen includes Phillip Dutton
  97. Young Rider show jumping team wins Nations Cup in Germany, dressage team places fourth
  98. Boyd Martin first and third in Bromont 4* as well as first in 3*
  99. McLain Ward on Contagious wins $208,200 Upperville Jumper Classic
  100. Scott Stewart collects another Grand Hunter Championship, this time at Upperville

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