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Boyd Martin wins the USEA Advanced Final on On Cue (2)

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Boyd Martin of Cochranville, Pa., was defending his 2019 win in the USEA American Eventing Championships, and he did so successfully, winning the $60,000 Advanced Final title, but it wasn’t with the same horse.

Boyd Martin onOn Cue KTB Creative GroupBoyd Martin on On Cue (Photo by KTB Creative Group)After leading the dressage with Long Island T, Martin fell off on the cross-country, but he then returned and jumped a clear cross-country round with On Cue.

Martin started in eighth place On Cue but moved up to fourth after adding only 6.4 time penalties to his dressage score of 27.3.

Bobby Murphy’s show jumping course under the lights in front of a packed Rolex Stadium proved very influential to the top of the standings, and when Buck Davidson of Unionville, Pa., had a rail on both his second and third-placed mounts and the overnight leader, Fylicia Barr, dropped two rails, it opened the door for Martin and On Cue to take the win and a check for $30,000.

“To be honest, coming into the show jumping phase tonight I didn’t think I was going to win,” Martin said. “There were plenty of good horses and riders ahead of me and it is a very high-pressure event.”

 

THE MARE is one that Martin is no stranger to riding the victory gallop with, having come in the top-placed American horse at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day event earlier this year.

“I am just thrilled with On Cue, she is everything you dream of in a horse— she’s a mover, she’s a galloper, she’s sensitive, she’s elegant, she’s bright, and I’m just blessed to have her, she’s been on fire this year,” he said.

“I think the AEC this year has been incredible,” he said. “It is an awesome venue, and the competition was stiff with several good competitors jumping clear just before me, but it is a brilliant event and I can’t thank the USEA enough for putting it on.”

Doug Payne and Quantum Leap made a steady climb up the leaderboard throughout the competition starting in 14th and ending up second.

“He’s a special horse,” Payne said of the horse he has had since he was a yearling.

“I think he is an incredible athlete, and I’m beyond excited for the future," said Payne. "I’ve got to echo Boyd in that I think this venue is one of the best in the country, and for the future of this sport.”

Following a successful finish in the Bates USEA Preliminary Horse division the day before, Liz Halliday-Sharp on Cooley Quicksilver finished third.

“He just keeps getting better,” Halliday-Sharp said. “He loves a big atmosphere and I think I also got a little excited about the crowd; when I finished tonight, I got a bit excited like ‘wow we have a crowd again’.”

“This is actually my first AEC event as I have been in England for so many years,” said Halliday-Sharp. “It has been so much fun, and to be able to have it here at Kentucky Horse Park has been an incredible opportunity for all of the horses and riders to get into these iconic rings.”

While Davidson’s rails dropped him off the podium he still finished in fourth with Jak My Style.

Ireland's Nicky Galligan wins Hampton Classic Grand Prix qualifier (2)

BRIDGEHAMPTON, N.Y.--Ireland’s Nicky Galligan won the $75,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix Qualifier at the end of a very close jump-off round, to emerge victorious by half a second on Friday, Sept. 3.

Nicky Galligan on Javas Miss Jordon Kind MediaNicky Galligan on Javas Miss Jordon (Photo by Kind Media)Ten out of 25 competitors returned to jump off in Friday’s featured class, with Schuyler Riley going first and setting a 31.830-second time to beat on Robin De Ponthual, and her lead held until Galligan rode his Javas Miss Jordan to a time of 31.320 seconds.

“I’m very proud to be here at such a prestigious show like this,” Galligan said. “I have to give a special mention to the horse show committee for working tirelessly to get us into this ring today, and I have to compliment how well the course rode.”

“Our intention was to go out and be competitive today, but not leave it all out there because we still have one eye on Sunday,” Galligan said. “I went early enough in the jump-off that I thought if I could go quick enough and put a bit of pressure on, I might get lucky and it would hold through the rest of the class. To be honest, I thought I was a little too conservative to the last jump and left the door open for another rider to beat my time, but thankfully my luck was in today.”

Riley ultimately finished second over the 14-effort 1.60m course designed by Ireland’s Alan Wade. Brazil’s

Rodrigo Pessoa placed third in a time of 31.950 seconds on Lord Lucio.

 

“MY HORSE is a very special horse to me and my family,” Galligan said. “She’s the reason I’m in the States. I came over as a boy with a dream to ride in the top level of the sport, and we’ve owned her since she was 4 years old. It’s incredibly exciting to produce her all the way through and have results like this in an esteemed company. These were all people that I looked up to and aspired to be like as a child, so it’s an honor to compete with them and especially to have a win.”

McLain Ward on Blossom Z Media Kind 2McLain Ward on Blossom Z (Photo by Media Kind) Five-time Olympian McLain Ward on Blossom Z had their second consecutive win at the Hampton Classic earlier in the day in the $37,000 1.50m Jumper Classic in a time of 57.410 seconds.

Ward shaved over a full second off Jonathan Corrigan’s time of 59.000 seconds.

“It’s always nice to win, and Blossom performed beautifully,” Ward said. “There’s been a monumental effort this week by the Hampton Classic and their entire management team. We had some issues with the turf and a year off with COVID, so the environment has changed. They really moved heaven and earth – literally – to be able to get us back to the Grand Prix Ring for the weekend on all-weather footing. I think it worked and we’ll have some great sport.”

“Jonathan had the unenviable position of going first in a speed class, which is always difficult,” Ward said. “And with the new ground, we weren’t 100 percent sure how the horses were going to react. I think the advantage of the order was a big deal.”

Adrienne Sternlicht was the only other rider to beat Corrigan’s round, finishing second in a time of 58.400 seconds on Lafayette Van Overis, and Corrigan finished third.

After his competitive placing in the Grand Prix Qualifier, Ward continues to hold the lead in the $30,000 Rider Challenge with a total of 378 points.

Pessoa is in second place with 260 points, and Sternlicht moved into third with 197 points.

The Challenge will be awarded after Sunday’s $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix.

Alex Matz wins Hampton Classic's $73,000 Cup (2)

BRIDGEHAMPTON, N.Y.--Alex Matz of Coatesville, Pa., won the Hampton Classic’s $73,000 Cup on Saturday, Sept. 4 as he rode Erdento Van De Leeuwerk to the only double-clear ride in a field of 29 riders.

Alex Matz on Erdento Van De Leeuwerk kind media Alex Matz on Erdento Van De Leeuwerk (Photo by Kind Media) The challenging 15-effort, 1.60m course designed by Ireland’s Alan Wade set a tight time allowed of 76 seconds, and only two entries returned to jump off for the win.

Daniel Bluman, riding for Israel, was the first to return on Colestina H, and he had the faster time of 38.390 seconds but had a rail at the last fence for a four-fault finish.

Matz then jumped clear in a time of 42.090 seconds to claim the win.

“I thought it was a really nice course,” said Matz, son of Show Jumping Hall of Famer and three-time U.S. Olympian Michael Matz and Pan American Games team Bronze Medalist D.D. Alexander Matz. “People had fences down all over the place, so I thought it was fair. The time being so tight made it a bit tricky, so I just tried to hustle as much as I could in the first round while also giving my horse a chance at each of the fences.”

Matz’s blue ribbon in the Cup marks his first victory in a major event at the Hampton Classic, and his third Grand Prix win overall after successful back-to-back weekends at the Lake Placid Horse Shows this summer.

“My strategy going into the jump-off was to try to leave all the fences up,” Matz said. “I didn’t know if I could be faster than Daniel, but I thought I’d try to leave them all up and that luck would be on my side. It definitely changed my thinking a bit when Daniel dropped the rail, but I just focused on trying to have a clear round. I was fortunate that my horse jumped great today.”

 

“IT WAS A GREAT course,” said Bluman, two-time Olympic veteran and 2017 Hampton Classic Grand Prix champion. “I thought it was challenging. Alan had to test the field a little bit to see how it would hold for tomorrow’s Grand Prix, and he definitely made the course more difficult than yesterday. It turned out to be a really exciting class for everyone.”

Alex Matz award kind mediaAlex Matz' award ceremony (Kind Media)Three American riders, Georgina Bloomberg, Molly Ashe Cawley, and Carly Anthony, rounded out the top five with one time fault each. Bloomberg was the fastest with a time of 76.790 seconds,placing third on Manhattan.

“This is an important horse show for me, having friends and family here and being as close to a local show as we can get this year,” Bloomberg said. “Manhattan is also a really special horse. Not only because I think he’s a championship-level horse, but also because I rode his mother and father. They’re both horses that I had a good go with during my career, and their son means a little more to me. I’ve been taking things more slowly with him and letting him develop over time, and it makes it even more satisfying to be able to pull something off like today.”

After his competitive finish in the class, McLain Ward still leads the $30,000 Rider Challenge with 418 points.

Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazzil is second with 260 points, and Adrienne Sternlicht is just behind him with 225 points.

The Challenge will be awarded after Sunday’s $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix.

Daniel Bluman wins Hampton Classic's $300,000 Grand Prix over McLain Ward, who won the $30,000 week-long Rider Challenge (2)

BRIDGEHAMPTON, N.Y.==Dsniel Bluman, riding for Israel, won the $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix in the fast time of 34.750 seconds on Sunday, Sept. 5.

Daniel Blumanon Gemma W Kind Media Daniel Bluman on Gemma W (Photo by Kind Media)Bluman won over a field of seven who qualified for the jump off from the starting field of 23 riders.

Bluman, a two-time Olympic veteran and 2017 Hampton Classic Grand Prix champion, riding Gemma W, went after five-time U.S. Olympian McLain Ward had taken the lead, finishing in a time of 36.790 seconds.

Bluman had the advantage of watching Ward’s round.

“I was watching everything McLain did carefully,” Bluman said. “He’s a fast rider, and he loves to win this class. Then the crowd went crazy when he finished, and I had so many emotions at that point. I just said to myself that I was going to give everything – absolutely everything – I had. I was going to take all the risks, and I was going to beat him. I wasn’t going to be slower than him today. And it worked out.”

“It was a really incredible feeling,” Bluman said. “It’s really special not only because it’s the Hampton Classic, but because it’s McLain Ward on his home turf. To beat him today is definitely going to be one that I'll remember.”

 

WARD HAS won the Hampton Classic Grand Prix a record seven times, and this year he brought his 2021 Olympic partner, Contagious, to compete.

“He’s a super quality horse,” Ward said. “He’s always been very, very careful, and he’s a fighter. My team has that horse in spectacular form right now from preparing for the Olympics, where we achieved a dream result. It’s nice that he was able to return home and be fit and ready to go, which is a testament to all the care from our team.”

After his second-place finish in the Grand Prix, Ward won the $30,000 Rider Challenge with a total of 538 points.

Bluman placed second with 350 points.

Schuyler Riley rounded out the top three in both the Hampton Classic Grand Prix and the Rider Challenge, collecting a total of 325 points.

After finishing second with Robin de Ponthual in Friday’s Grand Prix Qualifier, she rode the 16-year-old Selle Français gelding to a fault-free time of 37.420 seconds.

“I got Robin after he already had a big career in the grand prix,” Riley said. “He came from McLain, so he knew the ropes a little bit. I always felt his scope and carefulness, and over the last two years, we’ve gotten to know and trust each other so well. He’s just a machine. I think he’s one of the best horses in the world right now.”

The 16-effort, 1.60m course designed by Ireland’s Alan Wade featured several rollback turns, a double combination, and a triple combination.

In the jump-off, the turn from the Jaguar obstacle to the red fence before the final jump home was where Ward felt he made a mistake.

“No one had done the seven strides from Jump 1 to 2, which we knew was an option in the course walk,” Ward said. “I was 90 percent committed and I did it, but I did it late. Then I ended up going quite wide through the turn, and I just tried to be neat and efficient after that. When I landed from the last jump, I knew I’d left the door open.”

Although Bluman admitted he wasn’t thinking much during his round and was just trying to go as fast as possible, Gemma W answered every question he asked of her.

“Gemma has been with us since she was 5 years old,” he said. “From the beginning, I knew she was very special and athletic. She wants to do the job, and she wants to leave the jumps up all the time. She’s scopey and careful, and I believe she has a great mind and a great heart.”

The Grand Prix was also a part of the Jump for JustWorld Program. For every clear jump over the Jaguar obstacle, Jaguar/Land Rover of Long Island supported JustWorld International by donating money to help fund a child to go to school for one year.

By the end of the class, Jaguar donated a total of $10,000.

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Devil's Bag among Maryland's Thoroughbred Hall of Fame inductees in 2021 (2)

REISTERSTOWN, Md.--Devil's Bag, owned by Phyllis Mills Wyeth's parents, is one of the inductees into Maryland's Thoroughbred Hall of Fame.

Devils BagDevils BagDevil’s Bag, the nation’s champion 2-year-old in 1983, was unbeatable that season, never extended while winning all five starts, including the G1 Champagne Stakes and Laurel Futurity.

He earned Maryland-bred Horse of the Year honors over the likes of that year’s Preakness winner Deputed Testamony, Belmont Stakes winner Caveat, Irish Derby winner Shareef Dancer, Eclipse Award-winning 3-year-old filly Heartlight No. One and English and Irish champion 2-year-old El Gran Senor.

The son of Halo was purchased as a yearling for $325,000 by Alice and Jame P. Mills’ Hickory Tree Stable at the Keeneland July sale from the Windfields Farm consignment of his breeder E.P. Taylor.

Trained by Woody Stephens, Devil’s Bag was considered by many the next coming of Secretariat.

He was the winter book favorite for the Kentucky Derby, but was retired after winning the Derby Trial the week before the classic.

The Mills' love of horses and racing was passed on to their daughter Phyllis, who bred and raced Union Rags.

 

THIS WAS the first time since the inaugural year in 2013 that more than two horses will be inducted into a class of the Maryland-bred Thoroughbred Hall of Fame.

Selected for the class of 2021 are national champions Conniver, Devil’s Bag and J. O. Tobin, voted in by a committee of Maryland racing industry members coordinated by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association and Maryland Racing Media Association.

“With this newest class of Hall of Fame inductees, the Maryland Horse Breeders Association and the Maryland Racing Media Association are proud to recognize Maryland-bred horses that have been successful in the sales ring and racing on the national and international stage,” said Cricket Goodall, executive director of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association.

“These three newest members of the Maryland Thoroughbred Hall of Fame demonstrate the depth of the state’s breeding program over the years,” said Maryland Racing Media Association president Frank Vespe. “All were top-class runners who were not just Maryland champions but also national champions while defeating the best in their divisions.”

CONNIVER, the champion handicap mare of 1948 while racing against the likes of National Hall of Famers Gallorette and Stymie, was a late-bloomer.

A gawky, 17-hand mare, Conniver was undistinguished at 2 and 3 and nearly sold as a polo pony by her owner Harry La Montagne prior to her 4-year-old season in 1948.

Trained by William Post, she quickly rose through the handicap ranks in 1948 and went on to capture the Brooklyn (defeating Gallorette and Stymie), Beldame (Gallorette was third), Comely and Vagrancy Handicaps.

Bred by Alfred G. Vanderbilt, Conniver was a daughter of the great Sagamore Farm stallion Discovery out of a *Challenger II mare bred by William L. Brann named The Schemer.

Conniver was sold as a yearling in 1945 to Montagne while Vanderbilt was on active duty in the South Pacific during World War II.

J. O. TOBIN, a champion in England and the U.S., was bred and raced by Californian George A. Pope Jr., but was born in Maryland when his dam Hill Shade (by Hillary) was shipped to Windfields Farm to be bred to Northern Dancer in 1974.

A son of Never Bend, J. O. Tobin was undefeated in three starts in England as a juvenile and Group 1-placed in France before returning to the U.S.

He made headlines the summer of 1977 when he swept to an eight-length gate-to-wire victory in the G1 Swaps Stakes while handing Triple Crown champion Seattle Slew his first defeat.

An extremely versatile runner, J. O. Tobin was a course record setter at 3, won G1 races up to a mile and a quarter, captured graded sprints on both coasts and earned an Eclipse Award in 1978 as champion sprinter.

He was a Maryland-bred divisional champion at 2, 3 and 4, as well as earning turf champion and Horse of the Year honors in 1978.

All three horses will be celebrated during a ceremony between races at Timonium on Sunday, Aug. 29.

Under the collaboration of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association and Maryland Racing Media Association, the Hall of Fame was initiated in 2013 as a means of celebrating the excellence of state-bred Thoroughbred horses and debuted with an inaugural class of 12.

There are now 29 members. Conniver, Devil’s Bag and J. O. Tobin join MTHOF members Awad, Broad Brush, Caesar’s Wish, Challedon, Cigar, Concern, Dave’s Friend, Deputed Testamony, El Gran Senor, Find, Gallorette, Heavenly Cause, Jameela, Kauai King, Little Bold John, Politely, Safely Kept, Social Outcast, Twixt, Vertex, What a Summer and Youth and steeplechasers Elkridge, Good Night Shirt, Jay Trump and Tuscalee.

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Six kids enjoying Ludwig's Corner horse show on Labor Day

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McLain Ward anchors the U.S. team for the Spruce Meadows Nations Cup (2)

LEXINGTON, Ky.--US Equestrian has announced the athletes selected to the U.S. Jumping Team for the Spruce Meadows Nations Cup CSIO5* hosted in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Sept.11, 2021.

Nations cup teamCompetition will begin this week with the start of the ‘Masters’ CSIO5* Tournament on Wednesday, Sept. 8.

The following riders have been selected to the U.S. Jumping Team for the Spruce Meadows Nations Cup CSIO5*.

The team will be led by Chef d’Equipe Robert Ridland.

Natalie Dean of Palo Alto, Calif.

Alex Granato of Wellington, Fla.

Bliss Heers of Las Vegas, Nev.

McLain Ward of Brewster, N.Y.

The ‘Masters’ Tournament at Spruce Meadows will conclude with the Nations Cup CSIO5* and the CP International Grand Prix, highlighting the final week of competition in the renowned International Ring.

To learn more, visit www.sprucemeadows.com/masters/.

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Kids enjoying the climbing wall at the Ludwigs Corner horse show

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George Strawbridge to be honored at Plantation Field International (2)

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--George Strawbridge, Jr. will be honored as the 2021 “Plantation Field International Equestrian Legends of Unionville Honoree”.

George Strawbridge 2George Strawbridge The celebration will take place at the Plantation Field International Three-Day Event on Sunday, Sept. 19 during brunch.

Initiated in 2019 when Bruce Davidson, Sr. was the first honoree, the program recognizes the contributions of local individuals who have achieved outstanding equestrian accomplishments.

A five-time Eclipse Award winner, successful racehorse breeder and owner, Strawbridge is well known in the United States and Europe for his success with horses in flat racing, timber racing and steeple chasing.

He has long had these winning horses trained over the hills of Chester County, Pa., particularly when he had horses trained by Hall of Fame trainer Jonathan Sheppard.

Racing in the name of Augustin Stable, Strawbridge’s horses, including such as Forever Together and Informed Decision, have achieved great success.

 

BUT HIS success extends beyond just flat and steeplechase racing.

His son’s horse won the Maryland Hunt Cup and his own horse, Eagle Lion, won the Badminton Horse Trials, ridden by Bruce Davidson.

A former President of the National Steeplechase Association, Strawbridge is also a former amateur steeplechase and timber rider.

He has fox hunted all of his life and his commitment to conservation of open space and involvement with the Brandywine Conservancy is well documented.

He retains ownership of more than 900 acres of Pennsylvania farmland which are under conservation easement.

The 14th annual Plantation Field International will take place Sept. 16-19, 2021 in Unionville.

Featuring CCI4* competition, the event is a favorite of a number of Olympic level riders including Tokyo team members Phillip Dutton and Boyd Martin.

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