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Friday, September 20, 2019

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Jessie Springsteen wins Global Champions League Grand Prix in France

SAINT-TROPEZ-France--Jessica Springsteen on RMF Zecilie, the only female in the 14 horse jump-off, won the Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Ramatuelle in Saint-Tropez on Sept. 14.

Jessie Springsteens victory lapJessie Springsteen's victory lapIt was "Jessica Springsteen: girl power!"

Fourteen jump-off riders, a single lady rider and an amazing victory for the daughter of the Boss.

"RMF Zecilie was literally flying today," said Springsteen. "She jumped exceptionally and I’m delighted, especially for her owners. I was the only woman in the jump-off, but that’s not what counts. Before I went into the ring I just focused on my mare and our combination. Now I can’t wait to ride in the next leg of the circuit in New York, where I’ll competing at home.”

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Beezie Madden wins the Gold Cup Grand Prix on an exciting new horse

 NORTH SALEM, N.Y.--Beezie Madden of Cazenovia, N.Y., rode Garant, her young up-and-coming superstar, to another incredible finish to win the $210,000 Jumping World Cup Grand Prix at the American Gold Cup on Sept. 15.

Beezie Madden on GarantBeezie Madden on GarantHaving won the feature contest twice previously, Sunday’s victory marked Madden’s return to the winner’s circle and the third time her name will be etched into the American Gold Cup trophy.

“I have a young horse here, and he has had a wonderful year," said Madden. "Our plan was to step him up this fall, so I went on Friday, and he went so well that we decided to try him on Sunday. I wasn’t even sure I was doing this class when I came here this week, so for him to come thought like that today is amazing."

“My goal was to have a nice confident ride for my horse and not get him in trouble anywhere," said Madden. "He is an amazing horse and an incredible athlete. I believe in his talents so much that I wasn’t too worried. I tried to keep him quiet all the way around.

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Leslie Schllat wins Zone 2 Low Amateur Owner Championship

DEVON, Pa.--Leslie Schillat on Three Pugs Farm LLC’s SLF Destiny won the $5,000 Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Zone 2 Horse of the Year Championship at the Devon Fall Classic on Sept. 15.

Leslie Shillat on SLF DestinyLeslie Shillat on SLF DestinyShillat had the fastest double clear round of the day on a day of six Zone 2 Championships.

Steve Stephen’s course included 12 obstacles, with delicate verticals and a number of rollback turns, and five riders made it to the jump-off.

A Devon local, Schillat won as last in the order of go.

With her previous competitors putting in clear rounds and times that continued to shave off seconds, the pressure was on.

Utilizing the 13-year-old Hanoverian’s fast step, Schillat finished in 34.053 seconds to win the Zone 2 Championship.

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Callan Solem wins the Devon Fall Classic Speed Stake

DEVON, Pa.--Callan Solem of Chester Springs, Pa., on VDL Wizard won the $5,000 Speed Stake at the Devon Fall Classic on Sept. 13, just edging out Laura Chapot on Gideon by a tenth of a second.

Callan Solem on VDL Wizard DevonCallan Solem on VDL Wizard There were 27 competitors in the time first round class Friday evening.

Comprised of 13 obstacles, Steve Stephens’ course challenged athletes and their mounts to a number of bending lines, two combinations, and delicate verticals placed strategically around the course.

As third in the order of go, Solem and Horseshoe Trail Farm LLC’s VDL Wizard gave Devon crowds the highly anticipated first clear round of the evening, setting the pace for the remaining competitors with a swift time of 68.263 seconds.

Going later in the class, Chapot on Mary Chapot’s Gideon, a 7-year-old Dutch Warmblood, looked as if she might overtake Solem’s long held lead, but came just .15 seconds short, finishing in 68.413 to end in second place.

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Laura Chapot wins the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix on Thornhill Kate

DEVON, Pa.--Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., won the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix for the second time in a row on Thornhill Kate and for the fourth time in the seven years that the Fall Classic has been held at Devon.

Laura Chapot and Thornhill Kate Laura Chapot and Thornhill Kate (Photo by Callie Clement, Phelps Sports)Chapot had won it previously on Umberto and Quointreau de Prince.

Going sixth out of the 10 that had qualified for the jump-off from the starting field of 33, Chapot was clean in 39.524.

Anne Kursinski of Frenchtown, N.J., a five time Olympian with silver medals from the 1988 Seoul and the 1996 Atlanta Games. riding a new, young horse, UK, went eighth and finished in 40.831 to place second, while Matthias Hollberg, riding for Germany on Southern Command, last to go, finished in 41.324 to place third.

Chapot had three of the 10 in the jump-off, but had the last rail down on Out Of Ireland to finish sixth as the fastest four faulter in 37.937 and eighth on Calafornia, who had a stop and time faults for eight faults.

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Calla Solem wins Devon Fall Classic's Welcome Stake

DEVON, Pa.--Callan Solem on Collin and Virginia McNeil’s Imogen De Regor won the $5,000 Welcome Jumper Stake at the Devon Fall Classic on Thursday, Sept. 12.

Callan Solem and Imogen De RegorCallan Solem and Imogen De Regor“She is such a great horse and I am so lucky to ride her," said Solem. "She is as brave as a lion and really quick. She’s had a little break, so I just wanted to get her in the ring before the rest of the week. I’ve been riding her a couple of years now. She has really come into her own now. She has so much integrity and she’s not needy at all. Sometimes I would go to show her a turn or a liverpool and she doesn’t care. She is a great mare

“Being the first day of the horse show, I just wanted to check in with all of the horses and see how fresh they were," said Solem. "I have a couple of new ones that haven’t been here before. It’s so great for the young horses to come here and get some experience under the lights, especially thinking forward to Wellington.”

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Mario and Lucy Deslauriers finish first and second in the $300,000 Grand Prix at the Hampton Classic

 

BRIDGEHAMPTON, N.Y.--Canada’s Olympic and World Cup veteran, Mario Deslauriers, riding Bardolina, won the $300,000 Grand Prix at the Hampton Classic on Sept. 1, but what made this win even more special was that his daughter, Lucy, finished second.

Mario DeslauriersMario Deslauriers (Photo by Shawn McMillan)The Deslauriers family had extra celebrating to do after this particular Hampton Classic.

Lisa Deslauriers, who is Mario's wife and the mother of Lucy, a past Grand Prix and USET competitor, is Chairman of the Board of the Hampton Classic.

Mario’s daughter, Lucy, who just returned from being part of the U.S. bronze-medal winning team at the Pan American Games, had a stellar week at the Classic.

She followed a win on Friday in the $75,000 Grand Prix Qualifier with her second-place finish in Sunday’s marquee event.

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The Devon Fall Classic begins tomorrow

DEVON, Pa.--The Devon Fall Classic, rapidly becoming one of the popular stops during the Northeast and Midwest fall show jumping tours, is set to get underway tomorrow and will run through Sunday, Sept. 15 at the famed Devon Horse Show Grounds.

Laura Chapoton Thornhill Kate at DevonLaura Chapoton and Thornhill Kate competing at the Devon Fall ClassicLaura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., who has been Open Jumper Champion and Leading Open Jumper Rider both at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair and the Devon Fall Classic, has two top mounts entered in the Open Jumper section as well as mounts in the lower sections and the 7-year-old classes.

But she'll be challenged for th titles this year by a number of top riders, including Callan Solem of Chester Springs, Pa., another local favorite, and Alison Robitaille of Wellington, Fla.

Among the top coaches taking students to the Devon Fall Classic are Olympic team gold medalists Joe Fargis and Anne Kursinski.

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Linda Corvani wins the gold medal in Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships

SAUGERTIES, N.Y.--Linda Corvari of Long Valley, N.J., riding Surfside, won the individual gold medal on Sept. 2, the final day of the Zones 1 and 2 Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships at HITS in Saugerties.

Linda CorvaniLinda Corvani on SurfsideAfter the three phases, an under saddle, a classic hunter derby-style course and a handy hunter course, Corvari won her second gold medal in two days.

She was also part of the winning Pink Team on Saturday in an innovative team competition.

Corvari won the individual gold with the highest overall score from the two panels of judges, John Berkos, Jimmy Lee, Brian Lenehan and Laura O’Connor.

Zone 2 adult riders swept the top finishes with Laurie Barna on Hundred Acre winning the silver medal, and Corinne Macaulay taking the bronze riding Pilgrim de Blue Mery.

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Zone 2 adult amateur hunter riders win at the Zone 1 and 2 Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships

SAUGERTIES, N.Y.--Zone 2 adult amateur hunter riders Linda Corvari, Danielle Flavin, Emily Weis and Kaitlin Hofer, competing as Team Pink, won the gold medal at the Zone 1 and 2 Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships, hosted by HITS Horse Shows on Aug. 31.

Adult Amateur Hunter Team Champs ESIChildrens' and Adult Amateur Hunter Team medalists (Photo by ESI Photography)Riders were divided into four teams and competed in three phases, an under saddle and two classic hunter-style rounds judged by two panels of judges, Jimmy Lee, Laura O’Connor, Brian Lenehan, and John Berkos.

Each team had an assigned color with riders wearing armbands representing their team.

Many also exhibited team spirit and camaraderie with braided manes and tails done in team colors.

Each phase was placed and awarded individually, and the teams with the highest overall scores were crowned gold, silver and bronze medalists.

The Zone 2 gold medal team consisted of Linda Corvari of  Long Valley, N.J. on Surfside, Danielle Flavin of Valatie, N.Y. on Funtimes HS, Emily Weis of Geneseo, N.Y. on Celebration and Kaitlin Hofer of Saddle River, N.J. on SF Peter Pan, with Chef d’Équipe Elizabeth Perry-Merbler of Pittstown, N.J.

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Del-bred Quite A Star is the Hunter Breeding Overall Grand Champion

LEXINGTON, Va.--Quite A Star, bred by Margaret Sherman  of Lewes, Del., and handled by Pennsylvanians Emily Anne Belin-McDonnell  of Honey Brook and Susan Weigand of Mountain Top, won the Overall Grand Champion of the Hunter Breeding National Championships, presented by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oare, on Aug. 28.

Quite a Star Shawn SimmonsQuite A Star (Photo by Shawn Simmons)North Hill Farm’s Quite A Star, by Qredit out of Feiner Dance, earned the coveted title, and Linda Mancini’s Caberneigh, by Cabardino N out of Special Consideration, was the Overall Reserve Grand Champion.

Judges Chance Arakelian of New Canaan, Conn., and Jessie Lang of Jackson, Wyo., evaluated the young hunter prospects at the Virginia Young Horse Festival in Lexington, Va,, on Aug. 24 and then the West Coast Finals on Aug. 28, after which they named the two East Coast fillies as Overall Champion and Reserve..


“We’re looking for the horse that we think is going to go on and do the most in the hunter divisions,” said Arakelian. “We’re looking for a future star that will be big-strided and jump a big jump.

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The Devon Fall Classic is one of the fall's most popular events

DEVON, Pa.--The Devon Fall Classic, featuring exciting jumper competitions, boutique shopping, an all-new midway fair and all sorts of fun activities for all the family, is rapidly becoming one of the popular stops for spectators as well as competitors on the Northeast and Midwest fall show jumping tours.

Laura Chapot on Thornhill Kate at Evon Fall ClassicLaura Chapot on Thornhill Kate at the Devon Fall ClassicThe Fall Classic gets underway on Sept. 12 and runs through Sunday, Sept. 15 at the Devon Horse Show Grounds.

It holds a USEF jumper rating of 4 and features the Zone 2 Jumper Championships as well as, along with the high jumper classes, children's and adult amateur jumpers, junior and amateur owner jumpers, young jumpers and thoroughbred jumpers.

Entries close on Sept. 2, so exhibitors make sure to download a copy of the prize list and other entry forms from the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair website.

Laura Chapot, one of Devon's most successful and most popular exhibitors, has Thornhill Kate and Calafornia competing in the high jumper section and the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix, which is dedicated to her father, Frank, who not only showed very successfully at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair but also designed courses and judged jumpers there as well.

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The Devon Fall Classic offers family fun for all

DEVON, Pa.--The Devon Fall Classic is a four day jumping competition and Fall Festival held at the historic Devon Horse Show grounds in Devon.

Devon Ferris wheelDevon Ferris wheelLaura Chapot, who placed first and second in the 2017 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix, is returning to defend her title.

Other competitors who won in jumper classes include Lucy matz, daughter of thoroughbred rcehorse trainer and past top grand prix rider Michael Matz.

In addition to the thrilling competition, the Country Fair has over 30 vendors, live music, fabulous food and an exciting midway carnival!

The Fall Classic is held to benefit the Devon Horse Show & Country Fair Foundation.

On Thursday, Sept. 12, Opening Night features an all new midway with an extra large ferris wheel, delicious food by Wild Blue Creative Catering, over 35 vendors, and lots of fun!

On Friday, Sept13, enjoy Yappy Hour.

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Scott Stewart leads on first day of Green Hunter Incentive Championship

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Scott Stewart of  Flemington, N.J., finished first and second on Betsee Parker's Mayflower and Standstone, respectively, in the first round of the 3'/3'3" Green Hunter Incentive Championship at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Aug. 13.

Scott Stewart on Mayflower Shawn McMillanScott Stewart on Mayflower (Photo by Shawn McMillen)Tying for second place with Stewart was fellow Tier I rider Chris Payne on Gratitude, owned by Still Water Farm, LLC.

"I always look forward to coming here," said Stewart. "It’s really nice going in this ring, but the horses aren’t used to it so it’s a little bit of a hard day the first day. I think each day will get a little bit easier."

Competing at the 3' fence height, Stewart and Mayflower, a 5-year-old Deutsches Sportpferdf mare, scored 91, 88 and 88 for a total of 267 and $10,079.25 in prize money.

"I think the Championships are great to highlight the young horses for the owners and riders," said Stewart, who was champion in 2014, 2016 and 2017.

Stewart is also the leading Tier I rider for the USHJA Green Hunter Incentive Program.

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Laura Chapot's string that will be at the Devon Fall Classic includes Thornhill Kate and Calafornia

DEVON, Pa.--Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., one of the Devon spectator's favorite riders, will have at least two grand prix horses at the Devon Fall Classic as well as two sired by Gemini, the clone of the great show jumper Gem Twist.

Laura Chapot on Thornhill Kate LP GPLaura Chapot on Thornhill Kate winning a grand prix at Lake PlacidHer sister, Wendy Nunn, will also be competing in amateur classes as well as one of Laura's students, Barbara Rochford.

The Fall Classic, Sept. 12-15, is back after missing a year, and spectators and riders alike are looking forward to it.

"We're  so glad it's back," said Mary Chapot.

The featured competition is the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Grand Prix, dedicated to Frank Chapot, on Saturday evening, which is the top class of the higher section of jumpers.

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Beezie Madden on Breitling LS wins jumping individual bronze medal at Pan Ams

LIMA, Peru--Adding another bronze medal to the tally for the United States of America at the Pan American Games on Friday, Aug. 9, was two-time Olympic team gold medalist Beezie Madden riding Breitling LS.

Beezie Madden by Allen MacMillan AAA 2041Beezie Madden on Breitling LS (Photo by Allen MacMillan)The final day of jumping at the Pan American Games featured the individual final held over two rounds, and Madden won an exciting four-way jump-off for the bronze medal.

With Eve Jobs and Lucy Deslauriers also contesting the individual final, the U.S. Jumping Team saw all three riders finish in the top 10.

The top 35 riders in the individual standings competed on Friday for the first round over a challenging course set by course designer Guilherme Jorge of Brazil.

All riders started on a clean slate of zero faults, with their previous three rounds during the week only counting for qualification and determining their order of go.

Following round one, the top 20 returned for the second round.

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  1. Young U.S. Show Jumping team wins bronze medal at Pan Ams
  2. U.S. Show Jumping team leads after first, speed round at Pan Ams
  3. Laura Chapot won HITS Grand Prix on Out of Ireland
  4. Kevin Babington on Shorapur wins CSI3* Assante Classic at International Bromont
  5. U.S. Eventing Team takes commanding lead after Cross-Coun
  6. U.S. Eventing wins team gold medal at Lima Pan Ams, qualifies for Tokyo Olympics, Martin and Symansky win individual gold and silver medals
  7. Lockman wins individual gold in dressage at Pan Ams, Baumert wins bronze
  8. U.S. Dressage wins individual gold and bronze at Pan Ams
  9. U.S. Dressage team wins silver medal at Pan Am Games
  10. U.S. Dressage Team took an early lead but fell to silver medal position at the Pan American Games
  11. Chapot wins four classes at HITS Saugerties, including a Grand Prix
  12. U.S. Jumping Team places fifth in the Nations Cup 5* in Great Britain
  13. Kent Farrington wins Aachen's Grand Prix, U.S. wins bronze in dressage at Aachen
  14. Virginian Katlynn Butler wins bronze in Zone 3 & 4 1.40/1.45m championship
  15. Young U.S. team fourth in Falsterbo Nations Cup
  16. Virginian Addison Reed wins gold medal in Zones 3 & 4 1.20/1.25m Jumpers
  17. Devon Fall Classic to offer Zone 2 Jumper Championships
  18. Boyd Martin wins final outing for the Pan Am Games Eventing team
  19. Babington places 1, 2, 3 in $100,000 Lake Placid Grand Prix
  20. Laura Chapot wins three more at Lake Placid
  21. Laura Chapot Wins $1,500, 1.35m Jumper Class to Kick Off Second Week Action at Lake Placid
  22. Catherine Tyree won the $100,000 Grand Prix at Lake Placid
  23. Laura Chapot won the $20,000 1.40m Open Stake at Lake Placid on June 29
  24. Kevin Babington won the $30,000 Jumper Classic at Lake Placid on June 28
  25. Making it three in a row, Laura Chapot won Thursday's feature at Lake Placid
  26. Chapot and Babington win Wednesday features at Lake Placid Horse Shows
  27. Olympic Veteran Will Coleman wins inaugural Advanced division at MARS Essex Horse Trials
  28. Eventing team for Aachen includes Phillip Dutton
  29. Young Rider show jumping team wins Nations Cup in Germany, dressage team places fourth
  30. Boyd Martin first and third in Bromont 4* as well as first in 3*
  31. McLain Ward on Contagious wins $208,200 Upperville Jumper Classic
  32. Scott Stewart collects another Grand Hunter Championship, this time at Upperville
  33. U.S. Show Jumping Team qualifies for the Nations Cup Final after placing third in Canada, Junior and Children's teams win gold
  34. Rotiyas Takes Best Young Horse Title in Devon Horse Show and Country Fair finale
  35. McLain Ward and Amanda Derbyshire share Devon Open Jumper Championship, Natalie Dean AO Jumper Champion
  36. Becky Gochman and Stephanie Danhakl win Amateur-Owner Hunter Championships
  37. Catherine Tyree on BEC Lorenzo wins the $36,000 Devon Speed Derby CSI4*,
  38. Helen Rich wins Devon's Coaching Championship
  39. McLain Ward on HH Azur wins $250,000 Devon Grand Prix
  40. Kristen Bumpus on Diadora wins the $25,000 Hunter Derby in her first trip to Devon
  41. Kevin Babington on Super Chilled won Wednesday's speed class at Devon
  42. Scott Stewart Leading Hunter Rider, Devon Grand Hunter Championship to Victoria Colvin and Private Practice, Susan Sisco Side Saddle Champ
  43. Nicole Shahinian-Simpson on Akuna Mattata wins $50,000 Jet Run Devon Welcome Stake CSI4*
  44. Scott Stewart wins back-to-back Green Hunter Championships at Devon, PJ Crowley wins Single Horse Driving Championship
  45. Stephanie King on Co-Starr is Adult Amateur Jumper Champion
  46. Amanda Steege on Lafitte De Muze wins twice on first hunter day, Rebekah Robinson wins Single/Pair Pony Driving
  47. Boyd Martin on Contestor wins $50,000 Arena Eventing at Devon while Buck Davidson overcomes huge odds to place 3rd & 10th
  48. John White wins Devon's Carriage Pleasure Drive Championship, Claudette Yarbrough on Lyla wins Children’s Jumper Championship
  49. Tanner Korotkin won two of three classes to be Junior Jumper Champion at Devon
  50. Evermore, ridden by Mimi Gochman, wins Devon Grand Junior Hunter Championship
  51. Paige Matthies wins the R.W. “Ronnie” Mutch Championship at Devon Horse Show
  52. Top riders to compete at 2019 Devon Horse Show and Country Fair
  53. McLain Ward wins at Old Salem on an exciting new mare
  54. Historic Coaching Division to Return to Devon Horse Show and Country Fair
  55. Fylicia Barr on Galloway Sunrise wins Jersey Fresh 4*
  56. New Tradition at Devon Horse Show
  57. U.S. second in Mexico Nations Cup, second in race to Barcelona Finals (2)
  58. U.S. second in Mexico Nations Cup, second in race to Barcelona Finals
  59. European domination continues in the Masters in New York, U.S. riders win individual classes
  60. Boyd Martin finishes second at Ky. 3-Day, wins National Championship
  61. Brandywine Polo makes polo accessible to all
  62. American Saddlebreds Set to Showcase Beauty and Versatility at 2019 Devon Horse Show
  63. Top U.S. riders compete against a team of the best from Europe at the Masters of New York
  64. Laura Chapot is WEF Overall Jumper Rider with extraordinary wins, and Victoria Colvin unseated Scott Stewart as Overall Hunter Rider
  65. Devon Horse Show draws seven Olympic veterans, including four medalists
  66. Boyd Martin on Tsetseleg won the CCI 4* at Tryon
  67. Laura Graves wins silver in Dressage World Cup Final and Beezie Madden is sixth in Show Jumping
  68. Laura Graves second after Dressage World Cup Final Grand Prix, Beezie Madden fourth after second round of World Cup Jumping
  69. Besty Steiner on Swiss W won the Festival's Intermediare Freestyle
  70. McLain Ward on HH Azur won the $500,000 Grand Prix at WEF
  71. Katherine Bateson Chandler won the final Festival Freestyle
  72. Heather Blitz won the Grand Prix CDI3*
  73. Buck Davidson on Carlevo won the Advanced division at Carolina International
  74. Ailish Cunniffe of South Salem, N.Y., wins WEF Under 25 Grand Prix Series Champion
  75. Foxcroft Riding Team Wins first IEA regional title, advances to March 29-31 Zone Finals
  76. Gillian King wins $10,000 Grand Prix in Aiken
  77. Shelly Francis wins Grand Prix Freestyle, Adrienne Lyle wins Grand Prix Special
  78. Amanda Derbyshire wins $134,000 Grand Prix over Amy Millar and Laura Chapot
  79. Laura Chapot wins again, this time the $36,000 WEF Challenge Cup
  80. U.S. wIns the Dressage Nations Cup over Canada and Germany
  81. Samantha Cohen wins $50,000 Grand Prix, and McLain Ward wins $72,000 1.50m Classic
  82. Chester Weber won his 16th National Championship at Live Oak while Brian Moggre won the Jumping World Cup qualifier
  83. Laura Chapot won another class on Chandon Blue
  84. Taylor St. Jacques wins $15,000 1.40m competition at Turf Tour
  85. Chester Weber won the dressage phase of the Advanced Four-in-Hand at Live Oak
  86. McLain Ward wins yet again at WEF
  87. Charlotte Jorst wins the Grand Prix Special and has been named to the Nations Cup team
  88. David Oberkircher wins his second $25,000 Under 25 Grand Prix at WEF
  89. Laura Graves won her third Freestyle at the Dressage Festival to qualify for the World Cup
  90. U.S. wins Nations Cup at WEF
  91. El Primero and Victoria Colvin are Overall Champions of the $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby at the Deeridge Derby, Closing Event of 2019 Palm Beach Masters Series
  92. McLain Ward and Laura Chapot both post big wins again at WEF
  93. Victoria Colvin on El Primero won the Classic round on the Derby at the Palm Beach masters series
  94. Laura Graves on Verdades won again, this time the Grand Prix on Feb. 28
  95. Laura Chapot wins $50,000 Grand Prix while McLain Ward wins $72,000 1.50m Classic
  96. Jessica Springsteen named Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider
  97. Kasey Perry-Glass won the Dressage Festival's Grand Prix Freestyle
  98. David Oberkircher wins the $25,000 Under 25 Grand Prix at WEF
  99. U.S. team third in first qualifying Nations Cup for Barcelona Finals
  100. Brianne Goutal-Marteau on Cylana won the 1.30M Classic at the Turf Tour at Mida Farm

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