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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Competitions

Rebecca Hart wins the Para-Dressage National Championship

MILL SPRING, N.C.--Rebecca Hart of Wellington, Fla., on El Corona Texel won the USEF Para Dressage National Championship on Oct.. 25, ending the weekend with a 78.478 percent in her grade III freestyle test.

Rebecca Hart on El Corona RexelRebecca Hart on El Corona Texel (Photo by Lindsay Y. McCall)The competition took place in the indoor arena at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring judged by Elke Ebert of Germany, Carlos Lopes of Portugal and American Adrienne Pot from Oct. 22-25, 2020.

After three days of competition, Sydney Collier of Ann Arbor, Mich., on All in One earned the reserve championship award on a final score of 78.711 percent in the Grade I freestyle test.

Over the three days ,13 riders competed in the CPEDI3*.

With the rescheduling of the Tokyo Summer Paralympic Games in 2021, this show was an important step on the way to earning a spot on the Paralympic Equestrian Team.

During the CPEDI3* the USEF Team, led by Chef d'equipde Michele Assouline, included Sydney Collier on All in One, Rebecca Hart on El Corona Texel, Cynthia Screnci of Boca Raton, Fla., on Eragon VF and Kate Shoemaker of Wellington, Fla., on her new mount Gaborencio.

For the emerging athletes including many young riders, this was an opportunity to show in front of international CPEDI judges while competing in the national para-dressage show.

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Brits dominate Pau 5*, the only Eventing 5* to be held this year

PAU, France--British riders dominated 5* Eventing at Pau, Oct.22-25, taking seven of the top 10 placings, including first, second and five of the six top spots.

Laura Collett on S. Bally Centaurs ProductionLaura Collett on London 22 (Photo by S. Bally Centaurs Production)Great Britain's Laura Collett on London 52, who led throughout, and Piggy March on Brookfield Inocent (sic) placed first and second, with Tim Price of New Zealand on Wesko taking third.

There are only six 5* events, and Pau was the only one in the world competed in 2020.

Badminton and Burghley in Britain, Lexington in this country, Luhmühlen in Germany and Adelaide in Australia were all canceled due to Covid-19..

Despite a few changes after cross country among the Top 10, Collett didn’t put a foot wrong with London 52, adding another flawless round after her brilliant cross-country Saturday to finish on her dressage score of 21.3 to win the only CCI5*-L competition this year.

Australian Christopher Burton on Graf Liberty, second after dressage, had a stop and 24 time faults cross country, moving March to second.

March also rode a perfect show jumping round to finish second over all on her dressage score of 22.3, and, In spite of a few time faults in the show jumping competition, Price stayed third in the final ranking on 24.2.

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Todd Minikus rode Amex Z to win the $214,000 President's Cup for the third time in 30 years

MILL SPRING, N.C.--Todd Minikus rode Amex Z to win the $214,000 Washington International Horse Show's President’s Cup Grand Prix CSI 4* on Oct. 24, winning this prestigious event for the third time.

Todd Minikus on Amex Z SportfotTodd Minikus on Amex Z (Photo by Sportfot)Thirty years after his first WIHS grand prix win, Todd Minikus raced to an historic third victory, but this time at the Tryon International Equestrian Center instead of in Washington due to Covid-19.

Minikus first won the President’s Cup in 1990 aboard Thrilling and then took the title again in 2009 riding Alaska.

His third victory puts him among a talented few who have their name listed on the prestigious trophy more than twice, including Rodney Jenkins, Beezie Madden and McLain Ward.

 Minikus finished the jump-off in 36.52 to edge out Karl Cook on Caillou 24, who finished in 36.82 seconds

Third place saw an unusual tie between Beat Mändli of Switzerland on Galan S and Lillie Keenan on Fasther, both of whom stopped the timers in 37.39 seconds.

Keenan also received  the Leading Lady Award and the U25 International Rider Award.

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Rehabbed horse carried Mattie Worsham to WIHS Adult Hunter title

MILL SPRING, N.C.--Mattie Worsham, 23 of Aiken, S.C., rode her Scout to win the Adult Hunter Championship at the Washington International Horse Show on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the  Tryon International Equestrian Center

Marrie Worsham on Scout Shawn McMillanMattie Worsham on Scout (Photo by Shawn McMillan)The Children’s Hunter Championship was won by Margaret Stell of Winston-Salem, NC, aboard Clever, both titles being awarded on the first day of the WIHS.

When Worsham, 23, pulled Scout out from the retirement field two years ago, she never imagined he would bring her back to the show ring, let alone the winner’s circle.

Scout, a now 20-year-old gelding, was Worsham’s junior hunter mount beginning when she was 13.

After suffering from several degenerative conditions, Worsham and her family did their best to keep him sound and happy.

“He was off for almost four years, and my dad who is a veterinarian with his own practice  at Foxdale Equine Veterinary Services worked tirelessly to get him back here, while my mom took care of him while I was away at college,” said Worsham, who is currently pursuing her PhD in English from Louisiana State University. “It is a dream come true and very redemptive to get him back here, especially since we grew up together. He will have a very happy long retirement after this at our farm in Aiken. It was really nice to be able to end his career here.”

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Elli Yeager wins Talent Search – East with Medal winner Taylor Griffiths-Madden fourth

MILL SPRING, N.C.--Californian Elli Yeager, 18, rode Copperfield 39 to win the USEF Talent Search – East at the Tryon International Equestrian Center following four phases and three days of competition.

Eli Yeager on CopperfieldEli Yeager on CopperfieldAva Stearns, 19 of Chilmark, Mass., on Acer K, was reserve champion for the second year in a row, while Zayna Rizvi, 15 of Wellington, Fla., placed third, and Taylor Griffiths-Madden, 18 of Wellington, Fla., was fourth.

The competition was judged by Lauren Hough of Wellington, Fla., and Archie Cox of West Hollywood, Calif., who also served as the course designers, with assistance from Technical Delegate Anthony D’Ambrosio.

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McLain Ward tops 100 in the $37,000 Welcome Stake at Tryon

MILL SPRING, N.C.--McLain Ward on Contagious was uncatchable in the $37,000 Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake CSI 3* at Tryon International Equestrian Center and Resort on Oct. 15, stopping the short-course timers in 40.4 seconds for the win.

McLain Ward on Contagious SportfotMcLain Ward on Contagious (Photo by Sportfot)Amanda Derbyshire of Great Britain took two top-five placings, riding Cornwall BH to second on a time of 49.83 seconds, while also claiming fourth aboard Luibanta BH in a time of 41.56 seconds on four faults.

Darragh Kenny of Ireland rounded out the top three with Carthano, putting in the fastest four-fault round in a time of 41.43 seconds.

The Ghuiherme Jorge course design saw 100 entries challenge the first round, with only six pairs earning the chance to tour the jump-off track.

“It’s a tough situation," said Ward. "It’s a three-star event, but because of the state of the world and our sport right now, you have 100 competing today. To me, that was like a five-star 1.55m track. I’m lucky to have a horse like Contagious who’s up to that, but you also saw a lot of horses today who were surprised by it.“

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Ally Villareale tops Alumni Tournament of Champions

EAST GREENVILLE, Pa.--Despite various challenges, the 9th annual hunt seat Alumni Tournament of Champions was held at a beautiful new facility, and it was blessed with wonderful weather, fabulous horses and amazing sponsors.

Ally Villareale MaryJane Alumni Cup winnerAlly Villareale, Mary Jane Alumni Cup winnerThe rescheduled show was held on Aug. 9 at Rosewood Farm in East Greenville.

The usual pre-party / end of year awards reception sponsored by the IHSAA was moved as a free lunch exhibitor party at the show due to covid concerns.

The top award went to Alyssa Kelly from University of Delaware who added her name to our perpetual trophy as the overall winner of accumulating the most points over for hunt seat and western points.

In the Mane Jane Hunt Seat Alumni Cup, judge Patte Zumbrun dropped the field to just 6 for the final round of testing after combining individual flat and fences scores.

Scores were very close in the end, but the 2020 Mane Jane Hunt Seat Alumni Cup trophy went home with Ally Villareale, a Delaware College Graduate.

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Taylor Griffiths-Madden, trainer Frank Madden's step-daughter, wins the Medal Finals

MILL SPRING, N.C. –Frank Madden, who has trained his now step-daughter Taylor Griffiths-Madden, since she was 5, trained his eighth Medal National Championship winner when Taylor emerged victorious from a starting field of over 200 juniors.

taylor griffiths madden Taylor Pence USEFTaylor Griffiths-Madden (Photo by Taylor Pence, USEF)Moved to the Tryon showgrounds in Mill Spring from it's usually venue at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg, the Medal also changed its format, having the first round on Saturday and the final top 25 and the ride-off on Sunday.

Griffiths-Madden, 18 of Wellington, Fla., rode Mac One III, an 11-year-old warmblood gelding owned by the Maddens, to secure the gold medal..

“This is my last medal final, and we drove here from Ohio (where the Capital Challenge Horse Show as held) with my horse Mac One III," said Griffiths-Madden. "I was just hoping to have a solid last medal finals, and, of course, hoped to win. I’m really happy it turned out the way it did.”

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Zone 1 edged out Zone 2 to win the Prix des States Team Championship while Zone 2's Mimi Gochman won the Individual Silver Medal

MILL SPRING, N.C.--Zone 1, with a total of 8 faults, edge out Zone 2, with 11 faults, to win the team gold medal in the Prix des States Team Championship, which was moved from Harrisburg, Pa. to Mill Spring due to Covid-19.

zone 1 team photo phase ii largeZone 1 team gold medalistsZone 2's Mimi Gochman won the individual silver medal behind gold medal winner Violet Lindemann Barnett of California.

Zone 1 consists of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. while Zone 2 includes New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

 The Zone 1 team was comprised of Eva Fisherman of Brookline, Mass., on her own Rock Street, Tessa Brown of Jamaica, Vt., and Herman Hof Ter Zeedycke, Skyler Fields of Wellesley Hills, Mass., on her own Elegance De Pessel and Emma Seving of Poland, Maine with her own Brighton Bay. The Zone 1 team was led by Chef d’Equipe John Brennan.

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Madeline Schaefer sweeps Amateur Owner sections at Capital Challenge H.S.

WILMINGTON, OHIO--Madeline Schaefer of Westminster, Md., claimed both the Grand Amateur-Owner 3’6” Hunter Championship title with Sutton Place and the Grand Amateur-Owner 3’3” Hunter Championship win with Checkmate on Thursday, Oct. 1, at the Capital Challenge Horse Show.

madeline schaefer and checkmate by shawn mcmillen photographyMadeline Schaefer and Checkmate (Photo by Shawn McMillen Photography)For Schaefer, the road to the Grand Amateur-Owner 3’3” Hunter Championship began with the Amateur-Owner 3’3”, 18-35 division championship with Checkmate.

Schaefer and the 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding won two of the over fences classes and the under saddle class to take the tricolor.
​“I had a really great last two days!” said Schaefer, who aged up into the amateur-owner hunter divisions this year following a highly successful junior career. “It’s a big deal to win a grand championship at Capital Challenge. They always make it feel important. The presentations are always amazing. It’s one of the best shows."

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Ellen Halle of Upperco, Md. wins Adult Jumper Final

WILMINGTON, Ohio--The North American League concluded its 2019-2020 season with National Finals held this year at the Capital Challenge Horse Show at the World Equestrian Center in Wilmington, Ohio.

Ellen HalleEllen HalleFinals were held in five divisions – Children’s Hunter, Adult Hunter, Children’s Jumper, Adult Jumper and Low Junior/Amateur Jumper.

The NAL offers year-long Series in each of these five divisions with those who accumulate the most points in their divisions over the course of the season earning the right to ride in the year-end Finals.

Each Final featured $10,000 prize money and all participants received gift bags


Emerging victorious in the Adult Jumper Final was Ellen Halle of Upperco, Md, with Iggy Pop, who completed the jump-off in a time of 34.01 seconds.

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Plantation Field to hold one last Event

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--It's hard to know whether to rejoice or weep, but Eventers will have one more chance to compete at Plantation Filed, rejoice because eventers will be able to compete over the beautiful rolling fields again or weep because it will be for the last time.

Plantation rightEventers are up in  arms at Eventing Nation and the U.S. Eventing Association for forcing the end of PFEE due to the overdone political correctness of insisting the world plantation has slavery connotations.

The Horse has received a huge amount of mail, all pro Plantation Field, with a number of new subscribers and numerous "we're with Plantation Field" and "good job" type emails, as opposed to the loss of one subscriber and one email decrying the pro-racist attitude of eventers.

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Phillip Dutton and daughter Olivia each finish second in respective divisions at Plantation Field

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--Phillip Dutton of West Grove, Pa., has been the backbone of America's eventing teams at the Olympics and World Championships, and now another Dutton, Phillip and Eve's daughter Olivia, has a high placing at a top level event, having finished second in the CCI2*-S at Plantation Field riding Iniesta.

Olivia DuttonOlivia DuttonPhillip, riding Z, also finished second in his division, the CCI4*-S, to Elisabeth Halliday-Sharp of Lexington, Kentucky, who led from start to finish to win the CCI4*-S riding Deniro Z.

Olivia Dutton began her riding career early.

She loved riding Chocolate Mousse, who was the family pony, and at the age of 10, Olivia started eventing competitively with The Dude, with whom she had many successes.

She then competed Santa’s Playboy, an OTTB who had competed Advanced with his owner, Amy Borun.

Santa and Olivia were Reserve Champions at the Mid South Three Day CCI** in 2016.

After Santa retired from upper level competition, Olivia rode Mr. Medicott and the pair were members of the 2018 Area II Young Riders CCI*** Gold Medal Team.

Olivia is now competing her own, Iniesta, who was bought as a 6-year-old from Holland.

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Help to raise money for the Babington Benefit Horse Show at Duncraven

TITUSVILLE, N.J.--The Babington Benefit Horse Show, being held Sunday, Oct. 11 at Duncraven Farm in Titusville, needs more items for its raffle and also has division sponsorships still availible to 200 per division.

Kevin Babington familyDiane and Kevin Babington flanked by their daughtersThis Benefit Horse Show, organized by a goup of volunteers, hopes exhibiors and sponsors will get behind the show and rally the horse community to help Kevin Babington and his family as they fight to pay for the huge costs associated with Kevin's catastrophic injuries, as 100 percent of the proceeds from this show will go to charitable trusts set up for Kevin and his family.

Since being virtually completely paralyzed in a fall at the Hampton Classic, Kevin has made great strides towards improvement with much pain and hard work, which includes some feeling in arms and legs and the ability to move two toes..

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Shawan Downs now an unrecognized point-to-point while the Gold Cup continues recognized but runs without spectators

COCKEYSVILLEe, Md.--Shawan Downs, having to run without spectators, no longer has the funds to provide purse money, so it loses its recognized status in the National Steeplehase Association and will run as a point-to-point, but it has added a day of flat racing for amateur riders.

Shawan DownsShawan DownsThe Gold Cup, however, which also now must run without spectators, maintains its recognized status and will be live streamed, to be found on the NSA site.

The Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs. after extensive discussions with local and state officials, made the difficult decision to race without fans on Saturday, Sept. 26.

As such, the races will no longer be able to run as sanctioned steeplechase races, but will rather run in a point-to-point format.

The COVID restrictions for the State of Maryland require any sporting event to run without spectators, including flat racing and steeplechase racing.

The Preakness Stakes, to be run on Oct.3 in Baltimore, will also run without spectators.

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Kent Farrington on Gazelle wins the $213,300 American Gold Cup

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.--Kent Farrington rode Gazelle shaved eight/tenths of a second off the time of Lillie Keenan on Fasther to win the $213,300 American Gold Cup Grand Prix CSI4* on Sept. 13, making this the second time he's won this prized competition.

Also on Sept. 13, Samanatha Schafer of Westminster, Md., won the $25,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby at the Gold Cup.

Kent Farrington and Gazelle PS 2Kent Farrington on Gazelle Farrington benefited from going last in the 15 horse jump-off from a field of 50 top international riders from nine countries, which allowed him to know the time he had to beat.

Another benefit, perhaps the biggest of all, was the fact that two of the top seeded riders in the event, Beezie Madden and McLain Ward, each had four faults in the first round and didn't make it into the jump-off.

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More Articles ...

  1. Nicole Shahinian-Simpson won the Gold Cup qualifier
  2. The Babington Benefit Classic in Michigan raised money for Kevin as he has been deemed eligible for stem cell research
  3. Kent Farrington wins $75,000 Grand Prix in Traverse City
  4. Pau is a go and will be the only CCI5* to be held this year
  5. Princeton Show Jumping
  6. WEF adds Jan. 6-10 AA rated show to 12 weeks of international competition
  7. Margie Engle and Beezie Madden one-two in Traverse City Grand Prix
  8. McLain Ward begins first international competition since Covid with two wins
  9. Tryon International Equestrian Center adds CCI4*-L and FEI divisions to Fall Eventing
  10. Medal Finals, Rrix des States, Talent Search and WIHS Equitation Championships all to be held in Tryon
  11. Morven Park will continue with its Fall Horse Trials but without FEI levels
  12. Capital Challenge to move to World Equestrian Center in Ohio
  13. Pennsylvania National and Washington International Cancel and Relocate USEF and WIHS Championships
  14. Jr. Hunter National Championships and the Gladstone Cup Equitation Classic relocated to Michigan
  15. Nations Cup Finals, Eventing Championships and more Kentucky Horse Parks competitions join the ever growing parade of cancellations
  16. USHJA Cancels 2020 Platinum Performance/USHJA Green Hunter Incentive, International Hunter Derby Championships and AON/USHJA National Championships
  17. Kentucky Horse Shows temporarily canceled due to Covid-19
  18. The USEA American Eventing Championships to be held Aug. 25-30
  19. Pa. National and Washington International move shows to Tampa, Fla. for 2020 while The National stays in Kentucky
  20. GreenMount Farm’s Bernardini filly named 2020 Champion at MHBA Yearling Show
  21. Capital Challenge to include NAL Finals
  22. Saratoga H.S. will host the Green Hunter Incentive East Regional Championship
  23. HITS Culpeper has the Green Light to Start July 1
  24. Devon Fall Classic cancelled
  25. Plantation Field successfully opens Event season in the age of Covid-19
  26. Century Ride Takes Place in Landenberg, PA
  27. Kelley Farmer and Brian Moggre win at Tryon International
  28. USDF Announces HITS as Host of the Region 8 Championships
  29. 2020 Hampton Classic Horse Show Canceled for 1st time ever
  30. Michael Matz to judge 2020 MHBA Yearling Show
  31. HITS and Vermont Summer Classics at the Summer Series at HITS-on-the-Hudson
  32. Updating HITS, Lake Placid, Vermont Summer, Eventing Championships, Capital Challenge and 2021WEF
  33. Dressage at Devon cancelled
  34. Horse Showing reopens June 1
  35. Brandywine Horse Shows has canceled both its shows
  36. Four new safety measures for Eventing being proposed
  37. The Ridge and Saratoga hope to compete while the Youth Championships and Monmouth at the Team H.S. are canceled
  38. Eventing Championship still scheduled for Aug. 25-30
  39. HITS Saugerties to begin Week of June 1
  40. With major revisions to the Nations Cup Final in Barcelona, the U.S. is automatically qualified
  41. USEF cancels shows through May 31
  42. Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg updates plans for October show
  43. CHIO Aachen 2020 cancelled
  44. North American Youth Championships for dressage and jumping
  45. Saumur 3-day event canceled, may be rescheduled
  46. Laura Chapot WEG Circuit Champion plus incredible 1,2,3,4 in 1.40m jumpers
  47. Princeton Show Jumping May 6-10 show canceled
  48. Dressage at Devon Introduces Its First Presentation of Sale Horses
  49. Ashley Holzer Cements Relationship With Mango Eastwood For Double Win in last week of Festival
  50. Devon Horse Show prize list and entry forms available online
  51. Betsy Steiner wins the Freestyle 3* the final class of the festival
  52. Dani Waldman won the Deeridge Grand Prix after Bill Twomey disqualified & placed sixth
  53. Steffen Peters wins the Freestyle, making it 11 wins from 11 starts, , after anchoring the U.S. to Nations Cup win
  54. McLain Ward wins the Welcome Stake at the Palm Beach Open at Deeridge Farm
  55. U.S. youth team wins Nations Cup
  56. Steffen Peters anchors the U.S. team in the Dressage Nations Cup in Wellington
  57. Chester Weber won his 17th Combined Driving National Championship, setting a record
  58. Laura Chapot and Scott Stewart again in the lead for WEG Circuit Championships in Jumpers and Hunters
  59. Young U.S. team dominates the Nations Cup at WEF with a runaway win
  60. Adrienne Lyle wins first time out on Salvino
  61. Young team named to represent the U.S. at the Nations Cup at WEF
  62. Devon Horse Show announces its inauguural Legends of Sports honorees
  63. McLain Ward wins his third Grand Prix in two weeks and welcomes a second daughter on Feb. 18
  64. Steffen Peters wins the Grand Prix Special on Suppenkasper
  65. Steffen Peters wins a Grand Prix while Katherine Bateson Chandler wins a Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle
  66. Marilyn Little on RF Scandalous won the $50,000 Eventing Showcase in Wellington
  67. U.S. wins Nations Cup at Deeridge in a dramatic, come from behind victory
  68. Jessie Springsteen wins $137,000 WEF Grand Prix while Victoria Colvin wins Hunter Spectacular
  69. McLain Ward on Noche de Ronda won the $213,300 Grand Prix at Deeridge Farms
  70. McLain Ward wins $401,000 5* Grand Prix at WEF
  71. Steffen Peters on Suppenkasper wins fourth test at Festival
  72. Erin Davis-Heineking wins WEF Grand Prix while McLain Ward scores again with Catoki
  73. McLain Ward on Catoki wins 1.45m class at WEF
  74. Lillie Keenan wins second Leading Lady Rider Award
  75. Kent Farrington and Scott Stewart win at WEF
  76. Ireland's Cian O'Connor wins WEF Grand Prix
  77. Steffen Peters wins the Grand Prix Special on Suppenkasper, Adrienne Sternlicht wins a 1.50m class
  78. Laura Chapot wins a second 1.40m jumper class at WEF, while Canada has dominated in dressage
  79. Laura Chapot and Scott Stewart win on first day of Winter Equestrian Festival
  80. Devon H. S. donates $375,000 to Bryn Mawr Hospital, kicking off a new $2 million pledge
  81. Europe was again unbeatable in the Riding Masters Cup
  82. Kent Farrington is one of the top riders already arriving in Florida
  83. Adrienne Sternlicht wins the World Cup in Las Vegas
  84. Brian Moggre finished his junior career with a third in the World Cup in Toronto
  85. Adrienne Sternlicht wins Thermal World Cup, moves into third in qualifying standings
  86. Captain Canada Ian Millar honored during the Royal Winter Fair
  87. The Medal and Maclay Championships, stepping stones to the future
  88. Ava Stearns wins the Maclay Championship at The National
  89. Brian Moggre won the $225,000 World Cup at The National
  90. U.S. Junior Team wins bronze at the Junior Nations Cup in China
  91. Amanda Steege rode Lafitte De Muze to win the $50,000 National H. S. Hunter Classic
  92. Daniel Coyle on CHS Krooze wins again in $36,000 Accumulator at The National
  93. Alex Granato won the $135,000 Jumper Classic at The National
  94. Darragh Kenny wins The National Horse Show's Welcome Speed Stake
  95. Scott Stewart and Becky Gochman win hunter championships at The National Horse Show
  96. Laura Kraut on Fleurette won the $136,300 World Cup in Washington
  97. Sydney Shulman wins two speed classes at Washington, and Aaron Vale and Schuyler Riley share Puissance win
  98. Molly Ashe Cawley on Adamo wins the Grand Prix in Harrisburg
  99. Hunter Champey and Dorli Burke are winners in Harrisburg
  100. Erin Sylvester on Paddy The Caddy wins the Fair Hill 4* Event
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