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Friday, January 24, 2020

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McLain Ward on Catoki wins 1.45m class at WEF

WELLINGTON, Fla.--U.S. Olympic team gold medalist McLain Ward opened week three at the  Winter Equestrian Festival with a win riding Catoki in the $37,000 1.45m CSI3* on Wednesday, Jan. 22.

McLain Ward and Catoki by Sportfot 1199 517 4523McLain Ward on Catoki (Photo by Sportfot)With a second and a half to spare, Ward and the 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding by Catoki beat a field of 48 over British course designer Kelvin Bywater’s course.

Their time was enough to win over runner-up Ireland's Darragh Kenny on Billy Dorito, who finished in 31.22 seconds.

Ward picked up Wednesday’s win while introducing Catoki, a new mount in his string, to FEI competition in North America.

The horse was previously campaigned in Poland before carrying U.S. rider Brian Feigus to top national-level placings over the past two years.

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Lillie Keenan wins second Leading Lady Rider Award

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Lillie Keenan of New York, N.Y., won her second consecutive Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider Award during week two of the 12-week Winter Equestrian Festival on Saturday night, Jan. 18.

Lillie Keenan by Jump MediaLillie Keenan (Photo by Jump Media)After a top placing in the $37,000 WEF Challenge Cup Round 2 CSI2* on Thursday, Jan. 16, Keenan was again in contention for the award she won during week one.

The 23-year-old and her mount Fasther then won the award with a fifth-place finish in the $73,000  Grand Prix CSI2* after leading the way by posting the first clear in the opening round.

It’s great to start out on a strong foot,” said Keenan after her win during the first week of WEF. “I’m ridiculously lucky to have these special horses that are on the young side and just working their way up. I get to learn with them, and they were unbelievable all week. I’m so grateful to the team behind me; my parents for supporting me, my management, grooms, and of course my trainer, McLain Ward. Hopefully the circuit continues like this!”

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Kent Farrington and Scott Stewart win at WEF

WELLINGTON, Fla.--U.S. Olympic team silver medalist Kent Farrington rode Kaprice to win the $37,000 WEF Challenge Cup Round 2 CSI2* on Thursday, Jan. 16.,

Kent Farrington and Kaprice by SportfotKent Farrington on Kaprice (Photo by Sportfot)WEF also announced that the Wellington Eventing Showcase will be held at PBIEC’s Equestrian Village venue on Feb. 8 and 9.

The Dressage phase will be competed on Saturday, followed by both the Stadium Jumping phase and the Cross-Country phase on Sunday.

About 30 top Eventing riders representing the USA, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand are expected to attend this advanced-level competition.

Captain Mark Phillips will once again design the cross-country course, which will be built by Eric Bull, the architect of the acclaimed course at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, N. Ca.

The 22-horse jump-off of the Challenge Cup was a who’s who of top sport from a competitive starting field of 103 horses.

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Ireland's Cian O'Connor wins WEF Grand Prix

WELLINGTON, Fla,--Irish Olympic bronze medalist Cian O’Connor won the $75,000 Grand Prix riding Lazzaro Delle Schiave to close out opening week of the Winter Equestrian Festival on Sunday, Jan. 12, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Cia OConnor on Lazzaro Delle SchiaveCian OConnor on Lazzaro Delle Schiave (Photo by Sportfot)From a 46-horse field, 17 advanced to the jump-off set by course designer Eric Hasbrouck.

Returning sixth, O’Connor and 11-year-old Italian Sporthorse gelding Lazzaro Delle Schiave stopped the clock in a time of 35.956 seconds, a time that would eventually take the victory by less than a half a second over runner-up Molly Ashe Cawley riding Balous Day Date to a time of 36.455 seconds.

“We went early and I knew there were some fast ones and good ones behind me, so I took out a few strides, particularly to the last, and really used my horse’s strength there,” said O’Connor, who has settled in Wellington for the duration of the season with his three top horses. “The course was fast and a nice test for the rest of the circuit.”

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Steffen Peters wins the Grand Prix Special on Suppenkasper, Adrienne Sternlicht wins a 1.50m class

WELLINGTON, Fla.--USA Olympic team medallist Steffen Peters rode Suppenkasper to win the Grand Prix Special CDI3* in the opening week of the Global Dressage Festival.

Steffen Peters on SuppenkasperSteffen Peters on SuppenkasperPeters on the huge, 18.2h gelding Suppenkasper had a fault-free performance and scored 76.149 percent, including a high score of 78.404 percent from the Colombian judge at H, Cesar Torrente.

This is the horse’s first visit to the Festival, and he and Peters will remain in Wellington until the CDI5* show in week seven, Feb. 19-23.

“That was really fun," said Californian Peters. "He has endless energy, he’s a dream. If any rider would get on this horse they would say that this is the ultimate feeling.”

Peters attributed his almost 6 percent improvement from the Grand Prix to an altered warm-up routine for the big-framed but light-footed 12-year-old.

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Laura Chapot wins a second 1.40m jumper class at WEF, while Canada has dominated in dressage

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Laura Chapot again placed both first and second in a 1.40m class, this time in the $6,000 1.40m Speed Challenge on Friday, Jan. 10, during opening week of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington.

Laura Chapot and Thornhill Kate by SportfotLaura Chapot on Thornhill Kate (Photo by Sportfot)WEF continues through March 29, 2020, with 12 consecutive weeks of world-class competition and prize money of $13 million dollars.

Coming off another 1.40m victory on Wednesday, Chapot won over a field of 76 horses over Eric Hasbrouck’s speed track aboard 15-year-old Irish Sport Horse mare Thornhill Kate.

Her time of 57.849 seconds was good enough to bump her second-place mount and Wednesday’s winner, Out of Ireland, a horse she owns with The Edge, into the runner-up position in 57.855 seconds.

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Laura Chapot and Scott Stewart win on first day of Winter Equestrian Festival

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., many times Leading Open Jumper Rider at the Winter Equestrian Festival, and Scott Stewart of Flemington, N.J., often Leading Hunter Rider, both had big wins on opening day on Jan. 8.

Laura Chapot Out of Ireland SportfotLaura Chapot on Out of Ireland - file photo from WEF last year (Photo by Sportfot)Picking up right where she left off last year, Chapot placed both first, on Out of Ireland, and second, on Calafornia, in a 1.40m class of 74 entries.

Chapot often places one two or even one, two, three, in classes with up to 120 entries.

Chapot also placed second in another 1.40m class on Thornhill Kate and third in a 1.30m class on Gideon.

Out of Ireland, Calafornia and Thornhill Kate are all horses Chapot has had for a while, and all three have been consistant winners at WEF.

"Gideon is now a 9-year-old," said Laura's mother Mary. "Laura's been bringing him aloge. He won his first grand prix at Andrew Philbrick's last fall."

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Devon H. S. donates $375,000 to Bryn Mawr Hospital, kicking off a new $2 million pledge

DEVON, Pa.--The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair has made a new pledge to donate another $2 million to Bryn Mawr Hospital, and it made its first contribution to that pledge with a donation of $375,000.

Devon Boutique The donation was made during a reception at the first floor rotunda outside the Pennypacker Aucitorim of the Bryn Mawr Hospital on Dec. 6.

“Our partnership with Bryn Mawr Hospital continues to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of residents of the Main Line and beyond,” said Devon Horse Show and Country Fair Chairman Wayne W. Grafton. “We are proud to have renewed our pledge and commitment to our community’s premiere hospital.”

To date, the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair has contributed over $15 million to fund innovations at Bryn Mawr Hospital.

The $375,000 proceeds from 2019 show will support renovations to the inpatient Behavioral Health Unit at Bryn Mawr Hospital

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Europe was again unbeatable in the Riding Masters Cup

PARIS, France--For the first time this year, the Riding Masters Cup competition between a team for Europe and a team from America was open to riders from the whole American continent.

Riding Master Cup Jean Louis CarliRiding Masters Cup European winners, with three members of the American team on the left (Photo by Jean Louis Carli)It has been won every time since its inception by the Europeans.

This year, the Americas managed a superb first round.

True showjumping legends made up the American team for the first time, and still, Europe yet again won the Riders Masters Cup, for the fifth time in a row.

On paper, the Americas had serious chances to win the fifth Riders Masters Cup, the flagship competition of the Masters of Paris.

Chef d'equie Robert Ridland's troops really seemed in a position to turn the tables on Europe and at last clinch the class that has been eluding them since the beginning.

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Kent Farrington is one of the top riders already arriving in Florida

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Kent Farrington of Wellington is one of the top riders who have escaped the North to arrive in Florida and start competing at  the Holiday series prior to the Winter Equestrian Festival, which begins in January.

Kent Farrington Kaprice anne GittinsKent Farrington on Kaprice (Photo by Anne Gittins)Farrington, riding Kaprice, dominated the $25,000 National Grand Prix at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center on Sunday, Dec. 8, scoring his second win of the week with a jump-off time of 40.616 seconds.

In second, Wilhelm Genn of Lebanon, Ohio on Van Gogh finished the short course in a time of 42.925 seconds, while Luis Larrazabal of Wellington on Caristina was third after stopping the timers at 43.747 seconds.

Course designer Anthony D’Ambrosio had 28 compete in the first round, with 12 returning for the jump-off.

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Adrienne Sternlicht wins the World Cup in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, Nev.--Adrienne Sternlicht of Greenwich, Conn., won her second World Cup on Bennys Legacy on Nov. 16 in Las Vegas, just a week after registering her first win on Bennys Legacy.

Adrienne Sternlicht on Bennys LegacyAdrienne Sternlicht on Bennys LegacyDespite her win just a week prior in Thermal, Sternlicht went to Las Vegas’ South Point Arena with some unanswered questions.

She had never competed indoors on Bennys Legacy, a relatively new mount for her, and the World Cup Finals is indoors, in the same venue in Las Vegas, so she wanted to see how the new horse would do.

The indoor venue proved no problem for them, as they recorded a second straight World Cup victory.

Sternlicht won the $100,000 World Cup in Las Vegas after a two horse jump-off, and she was the only double clear performer on the evening, crossing the timers of Leopoldo Palacios’ shortened course in 37.68 seconds.

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Brian Moggre finished his junior career with a third in the World Cup in Toronto

TORONTO, Canada--Brian Moggre, 18 of Flower Mound, Texas, ended his amazing junior career with a third place finish on MTM Vivre Le Reve in the $210,000 World Cup at the Royal Winter Fair on Nov. 9 that catapulted him into the lead in the east coast sub league standings of the North American League with 56 points.

Brian Moggre Toronto Shelley HiggingsBrian Moggre on MTM Vivre Le Reve (Photo by Shelley Higgings, MacMillan Photography)Beezie Madden is second with 49 points, and Rowan Willis of Australia is third with 34 points.

Moggre's third in Toronto followed his win in the World Cup class at The National a week earlier, his second World Cup victory.

At just 18, Moggre is winning over many of the top riders in the world rankings such as Ben Maher, currently standing fourth in world rankings, Beezie Madden, seventh, McLain Ward, 10th, and Kent Farrington, 11th.

Ireland’s Bertram Allen won the World Cup over second placed Belgium’s Jos Verlooy in Toronto on Saturday night in front of a sold out house to close out the Royal Horse Show, held as part of the 97th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

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Adrienne Sternlicht wins Thermal World Cup, moves into third in qualifying standings

THERMAL, Calif.--Adrienne Sternlicht, 25 of Greenwich, Conn., riding a relatively new mount, won the $100,000 World Cup at HITS Thermal on Nov. 9.

Adrienne SternlichtAdrienne SternlichtSternlicht had only jumped Bennys Legacy at three events before heading to the west coast for World Cup competition, but it appears to be already a strong partnership.

Last to go in a five-horse jump-off, Sternlicht and the 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding went right into the lead, crossing the timers of Irish course designer Alan Wade’s  shortened course in 39.56 seconds.

Californian Keri Potter and Ariell la Sirene finished second with a 40.89-second time, while Adam Prudent  of Middleburg, Va., and Baloutine, the only other double-clear performers on the day, finished third in 41.83 seconds.

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Captain Canada Ian Millar honored during the Royal Winter Fair

TORONTO, Canada--Captain Canada Ian Millar, 71, who holds the record for most Olympic appearances by any athlete in any sport,was honored for his contributions to show jumping during the Royal Winter Fair following his retirement last May.

Ian MillarIan Millar (Photo by Sarah E. Miller, MacMillan Photography)Millar, born Jan. 6, 1947, a Canadian Show Jumping Team rider for decades is a two-time winner of the Show Jumping World Cup and an Olympic silver medalist.

A member of Canada's 2012 Olympic Games team, he broke the record when he took part in his 10th Games in London 2012.

Millar was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

He operates "Millar Brooke Farm" near the small town of Perth, Ontario along with his children Jonathon Millar and Amy Millar, and daughter-in-law Kelly Soleau-Millar.

He is a  12 time winner of the Canadian Show Jumping Championship, has been a staple on the Canadian Equestrian Team for decades, and has amassed over $3.5 million in prize earnings at the prestigious Spruce Meadows venue in Calgary, Alberta..

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The Medal and Maclay Championships, stepping stones to the future

LEXINGTON, Ky.--The Medal and Maclay Finals can be stepping stones to a future on international teams or championships as demonstrated by Brian Moggre recently at The National Horse Show where he won the Maclay Championship in 2018 and just one year later won the $225,000 World Cup over such international stars as Beezie Madden and Beat Mandli.

But an in-depth study of the results reveals some interesting facts about year to year results and the changes in the sport.

Frank ChapotFrank ChapotFor the first five decades of the Maclay and three decades of the Medal, over two-thirds of the winners of the Finals went on to outstanding careers, with 21 winning medals in Olympics, World Championships, Pan American Games or World Cup Finals.

Then the next 20 to 25 years brought a drought, with only one Medal winner winning an Olympic medal.

But the final 15 years, including 2019, saw a resurgence, with half of the Maclay winners and six of the Medal winners, despite their young age, having already ridden on Nations Cup teams and others having gone on as trainers and amateur riders.

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Ava Stearns wins the Maclay Championship at The National

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Ava Stearns, 18 of Chilmark, Mass., won the ASPCA Maclay National Championship in her final junior year over a starting field of 175 competitors at The National Horse Show on Nov. 3.

Ava StearnsAva StearnsCourse designer Bobby Murphy’s 14 effort course featured a diverse collection of fence types ranging from sturdy to airy, with the majority of the jumps not implementing standards, and was a nod to popular obstacles of the past as Murphy incorporated a series of fences that were reminiscent of those seen in previous generations.

There was a forward 5-stride line, a collected 6-stride line, two in-and-outs and an obstacle jumped twice in both directions.

Judges Jimmy Torano and Tamara Provost ranked Stearns, 92nd to go, at the top of the standby list following the first phase of competition.

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  1. Brian Moggre won the $225,000 World Cup at The National
  2. U.S. Junior Team wins bronze at the Junior Nations Cup in China
  3. Amanda Steege rode Lafitte De Muze to win the $50,000 National H. S. Hunter Classic
  4. Daniel Coyle on CHS Krooze wins again in $36,000 Accumulator at The National
  5. Alex Granato won the $135,000 Jumper Classic at The National
  6. Darragh Kenny wins The National Horse Show's Welcome Speed Stake
  7. Scott Stewart and Becky Gochman win hunter championships at The National Horse Show
  8. Laura Kraut on Fleurette won the $136,300 World Cup in Washington
  9. Sydney Shulman wins two speed classes at Washington, and Aaron Vale and Schuyler Riley share Puissance win
  10. Molly Ashe Cawley on Adamo wins the Grand Prix in Harrisburg
  11. Hunter Champey and Dorli Burke are winners in Harrisburg
  12. Erin Sylvester on Paddy The Caddy wins the Fair Hill 4* Event
  13. Laura Chapot, Beezie Madden and Beat Mändli are winners at Pennsylvania National Horse Show
  14. Betty Oare, Sandra Ferrell and Scott Stewart ride champions in Harrisburg
  15. Bull Run Hunt is Hunt Night Champion in Harrisburg
  16. Emma Fletcher wins Hunter Seat Medal Final in Harrisburg
  17. JJ Torano, already a champion at just 9 years old
  18. Zone 2 riders Cunniffe and Gochman win silver and bronze in Jr. Jumper Individual National Finals
  19. Zone 2 wins Prix des States Team Championship for a record 13th time
  20. Illinois riders placed one, two in the first phase of the Junior Championships in Harrisburg
  21. U.S. tied for third in Nations Cup consolation class
  22. News flash - U.S ties for third in Nations Cup Challenge Cup, consolation class
  23. U.S. Jumping Team 12 in Nations Cup Final round one, relegated to Challenge Cup
  24. Hannah Irons won Young Riders Freestyle at DAD
  25. Canadian Lindsay Kellock won the Grand Prix Freestyle at DAD
  26. Photo essay of winners at Dressage at Devon
  27. Iron Spring Farm has two winners on opening day of Dressage at Devon
  28. Colleen Rutledge on Covert Rights wins the Plantation Field 4* Event
  29. Laura Kraut wins the CSI4* Grand Prix at the Hubside Fall Tour
  30. Jessie Springsteen wins Global Champions League Grand Prix in France
  31. Beezie Madden wins the Gold Cup Grand Prix on an exciting new horse
  32. Leslie Schllat wins Zone 2 Low Amateur Owner Championship
  33. Callan Solem wins the Devon Fall Classic Speed Stake
  34. Laura Chapot wins the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix on Thornhill Kate
  35. Calla Solem wins Devon Fall Classic's Welcome Stake
  36. Mario and Lucy Deslauriers finish first and second in the $300,000 Grand Prix at the Hampton Classic
  37. The Devon Fall Classic begins tomorrow
  38. Linda Corvani wins the gold medal in Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships
  39. Zone 2 adult amateur hunter riders win at the Zone 1 and 2 Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships
  40. Del-bred Quite A Star is the Hunter Breeding Overall Grand Champion
  41. The Devon Fall Classic is one of the fall's most popular events
  42. The Devon Fall Classic offers family fun for all
  43. Scott Stewart leads on first day of Green Hunter Incentive Championship
  44. Laura Chapot's string that will be at the Devon Fall Classic includes Thornhill Kate and Calafornia
  45. Beezie Madden on Breitling LS wins jumping individual bronze medal at Pan Ams
  46. Young U.S. Show Jumping team wins bronze medal at Pan Ams
  47. U.S. Show Jumping team leads after first, speed round at Pan Ams
  48. Laura Chapot won HITS Grand Prix on Out of Ireland
  49. Kevin Babington on Shorapur wins CSI3* Assante Classic at International Bromont
  50. U.S. Eventing Team takes commanding lead after Cross-Coun
  51. U.S. Eventing wins team gold medal at Lima Pan Ams, qualifies for Tokyo Olympics, Martin and Symansky win individual gold and silver medals
  52. Lockman wins individual gold in dressage at Pan Ams, Baumert wins bronze
  53. U.S. Dressage wins individual gold and bronze at Pan Ams
  54. U.S. Dressage team wins silver medal at Pan Am Games
  55. U.S. Dressage Team took an early lead but fell to silver medal position at the Pan American Games
  56. Chapot wins four classes at HITS Saugerties, including a Grand Prix
  57. U.S. Jumping Team places fifth in the Nations Cup 5* in Great Britain
  58. Kent Farrington wins Aachen's Grand Prix, U.S. wins bronze in dressage at Aachen
  59. Virginian Katlynn Butler wins bronze in Zone 3 & 4 1.40/1.45m championship
  60. Young U.S. team fourth in Falsterbo Nations Cup
  61. Virginian Addison Reed wins gold medal in Zones 3 & 4 1.20/1.25m Jumpers
  62. Devon Fall Classic to offer Zone 2 Jumper Championships
  63. Boyd Martin wins final outing for the Pan Am Games Eventing team
  64. Babington places 1, 2, 3 in $100,000 Lake Placid Grand Prix
  65. Laura Chapot wins three more at Lake Placid
  66. Laura Chapot Wins $1,500, 1.35m Jumper Class to Kick Off Second Week Action at Lake Placid
  67. Catherine Tyree won the $100,000 Grand Prix at Lake Placid
  68. Laura Chapot won the $20,000 1.40m Open Stake at Lake Placid on June 29
  69. Kevin Babington won the $30,000 Jumper Classic at Lake Placid on June 28
  70. Making it three in a row, Laura Chapot won Thursday's feature at Lake Placid
  71. Chapot and Babington win Wednesday features at Lake Placid Horse Shows
  72. Olympic Veteran Will Coleman wins inaugural Advanced division at MARS Essex Horse Trials
  73. Eventing team for Aachen includes Phillip Dutton
  74. Young Rider show jumping team wins Nations Cup in Germany, dressage team places fourth
  75. Boyd Martin first and third in Bromont 4* as well as first in 3*
  76. McLain Ward on Contagious wins $208,200 Upperville Jumper Classic
  77. Scott Stewart collects another Grand Hunter Championship, this time at Upperville
  78. U.S. Show Jumping Team qualifies for the Nations Cup Final after placing third in Canada, Junior and Children's teams win gold
  79. Rotiyas Takes Best Young Horse Title in Devon Horse Show and Country Fair finale
  80. McLain Ward and Amanda Derbyshire share Devon Open Jumper Championship, Natalie Dean AO Jumper Champion
  81. Becky Gochman and Stephanie Danhakl win Amateur-Owner Hunter Championships
  82. Catherine Tyree on BEC Lorenzo wins the $36,000 Devon Speed Derby CSI4*,
  83. Helen Rich wins Devon's Coaching Championship
  84. McLain Ward on HH Azur wins $250,000 Devon Grand Prix
  85. Kristen Bumpus on Diadora wins the $25,000 Hunter Derby in her first trip to Devon
  86. Kevin Babington on Super Chilled won Wednesday's speed class at Devon
  87. Scott Stewart Leading Hunter Rider, Devon Grand Hunter Championship to Victoria Colvin and Private Practice, Susan Sisco Side Saddle Champ
  88. Nicole Shahinian-Simpson on Akuna Mattata wins $50,000 Jet Run Devon Welcome Stake CSI4*
  89. Scott Stewart wins back-to-back Green Hunter Championships at Devon, PJ Crowley wins Single Horse Driving Championship
  90. Stephanie King on Co-Starr is Adult Amateur Jumper Champion
  91. Amanda Steege on Lafitte De Muze wins twice on first hunter day, Rebekah Robinson wins Single/Pair Pony Driving
  92. Boyd Martin on Contestor wins $50,000 Arena Eventing at Devon while Buck Davidson overcomes huge odds to place 3rd & 10th
  93. John White wins Devon's Carriage Pleasure Drive Championship, Claudette Yarbrough on Lyla wins Children’s Jumper Championship
  94. Tanner Korotkin won two of three classes to be Junior Jumper Champion at Devon
  95. Evermore, ridden by Mimi Gochman, wins Devon Grand Junior Hunter Championship
  96. Paige Matthies wins the R.W. “Ronnie” Mutch Championship at Devon Horse Show
  97. Top riders to compete at 2019 Devon Horse Show and Country Fair
  98. McLain Ward wins at Old Salem on an exciting new mare
  99. Historic Coaching Division to Return to Devon Horse Show and Country Fair
  100. Fylicia Barr on Galloway Sunrise wins Jersey Fresh 4*

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