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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

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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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Brian Moggre won the $225,000 World Cup at The National

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Just one year after winning the Medal Finals in Harrisburg, Brian Moggre, 18 of Flower Mound, Texas, won the $225,000 World Cup class at The National Horse Show on Nov. 2.

Brian Moggre on MTM Vivre Le Reve Brian Moggre on MTM Vivre Le Reve Riding MTM Vivre Le Reveoggre, Moggre, the youngest-ever winner of the class at the National Horse Show, earned qualifying points to the World Cup Finals.

There was a fund raiser for Kevin Babington, who has suffered a spinal cord injury, attached to the World Cup that raised almost $90,000.

Although 12 went clean over Ken Krome's course, four of those has a time fault, so eight qualified for the jump-off.

Kelli Cruciotti on Hadja Van Orshof was the first clear in the jump-off, finishing in 38.63 seconds to take the early lead.

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U.S. Junior Team wins bronze at the Junior Nations Cup in China

TIANJIN, China--Three juniors, competing on horses provided by the Chinese,won the bronze medal in the Junior Nations Cup in Tianjin despite losing their third rider in the second round when her horse went lame

medal tianjinThe team of three junior athletes who traveled to China to represent the United States in Tianjin, claimed the bronze medal in a positive, educational experience at their first intercontinental Nations Cup competition.

On Nov. 3 at the Tianjin Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club, the team of Rachel Long of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, Kyle Perkovich of Long Grove, Ill., and Madison Rauschenbach of Newburgh, N.Y., competed at 1.10m on sourced horses.

"The young talented athletes that were selected for the China CSIOJ were as outstanding as I believed they would be,” said Chef d’Equipe DiAnn Langer. “Their ability to adapt quickly to a new horse and produce clear rounds in the Nations Cup was beautiful to watch.”

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Amanda Steege rode Lafitte De Muze to win the $50,000 National H. S. Hunter Classic

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Amanda Steege of Califon, N.J., rode Lafitte De Muze to win the $50,000 Hunter Classic at The National on Nov. 1.

AMANDA STEEGE ON LAFITTEde MuzeAmanda Steege on Lafitte de MuzeSteege laid down two great rounds for the win, along with a one-year lease of an Audi as well as the lion’s share of the $10,000 Leading Professional Hunter Rider Bonus.

To qualify, horse-and-rider combinations awarded championships, reserve championships or second reserve championships in their respective hunter divisions earlier in the week were eligible to compete in the Classic.

Participants competed at the respective height – 3’6”, 3’9” or 4’ – of the section from which they qualified, which meant 21 competed at the 3’6” height, six jumped the 3’9” fences and only three at 4’ in height.

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Daniel Coyle on CHS Krooze wins again in $36,000 Accumulator at The National

LEXINGTON, Ky--Daniel Coyle of Ireland on CHS Krooze won his second speed class, the $36,000 Accumulator CSI4* class, at The National on Nov. 1.

Daniel Coyle CHS Krooze presentationDaniel Coyle CHS Krooze. Bunty Armstrong, left, presents the Whitney Stone Challenge TrophyOne of the most fun and creative classes of the event, the Accumulator featured 10 fences of increasing difficulty, where points accrued for each fence cleared.

Fence one jumped without fault earned one point, while two jumped without fault earned two points and so on.

At the final fence, riders could choose to jump the number 10 obstacle and earn the associated 10 points, or they could take the harder ‘Joker’ fence, worth 20 points.

Clearing the ‘Joker’ jump earned 20 points, but knocking it down deducted 20 points from the total tally.
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Alex Granato won the $135,000 Jumper Classic at The National

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Despite going early in the 20 horse jump-off of the $135,000 International Jumper Classic CSI4* at The National Horse Show on Oct. 31, Alex Granato of Lexington, Ky., on Carlchen W finished in the quick time of 32.76, quick enough that no one in the 16 that followed him were able to overtake him.

Alex Granato on Carlchen WAlex Granato on Carlchen WThe class was a qualifier for Saturday’s $225,000 Jumping World Cup, with the top 40 making the cut.

Despite a technical 15 effort track designed by Ken Krome, a whopping 20 pairs mastered the first course , with the returning field including Devin Ryan, Harrie Smolders of The Netherlands, Quentin Judge, Granato, Schuyler Riley, Beezie Madden, Jos Verlooy of Belgium, Sloane Coles, Bertram Allen of Ireland, Jennifer Gates, Catherine Tyree, Nicole Shahinian-Simpson, Ben Maher of Great Britain, Amanda Derbyshireof Great Britain, Shane Sweetnam of Ireland, Georgina Bloomberg, Adrienne Sternlicht, Lillie Keenan, reigning champion Kent Farrington and Beät Mandli of Swittzerland.

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Darragh Kenny wins The National Horse Show's Welcome Speed Stake

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Ireland's Darragh Kenny on Billy Dorito won The National Horse Show's first open jumper class on Wednesday evening, Oct. 30, the $36,000 International Jumper Welcome Speed CSI4*, beating a starting field of 57 representing 10 nations, 26 of which went clean.

Lillian Cushny presentingLillian Cushny, escorted by Joseph Pugliese, presenting the Cavcote Trophy to Darragh Kenny (Photo by Elaine Wessel)In celebration of the Halloween season, riders competed in costumes ranging from the Flintstones to Toy Story characters, jockeys in silks, Pirates of the Caribbean, skeletons and the Joker, among many other inventive outfits.

In the one round speed class over Ken Krome’s 13 effort track, Katie Dinan on Brego R’N B wasted no time as, the second in the ring, she was the first to go clean, finishing in 72.46 seconds, but that time was quickly eclipsed by Shane Sweetnam..

Then Daniel Coyle of Ireland on CHS Krooze, 15th to go, finished almost 10 full seconds faster in 53.80 seconds, but his time didn't hold for long, as fellow Irishman Kenny finished in the slightly faster time of 53.74 seconds, capturing the lead by mere milliseconds as the 16th duo in the order.

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Scott Stewart and Becky Gochman win hunter championships at The National Horse Show

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Lucador, ridden by Scott Stewart of Flemington, N.J., won the Professional Hunter Grand Championship, and Stewart also went on to claim the Leading Hunter Rider trophy for the 13th time, while Becky Gochman and Catch Me won the Amateur-Owner Hunter Grand Championship.

Scott Stewarton LucadorScott Stewart on LucadorStewart and Lucador, after years of winning championships across the nation, won their final Grand Champion Professional Hunter title in their last show together.

Stewart and the 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding competed in the High Performance Hunter division, taking top three placings in all of the over fences classes and first in the under saddle class over the course of the two days, resulting in their championship in the division.

Dr. Betsee Parker's Lucador had already won the Grand Championship four times, so this was his fifth time.

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Laura Kraut on Fleurette won the $136,300 World Cup in Washington

WASHINGTON, D.C.--Laura Kraut finally added a title she has been coveting to her record at the 61st Washington International Horse Show (WIHS).

Laura Kraut and Fleurette by Shawn McMillen Photography DSC 8853Laura Kraut and Fleurette (Photo by Shawn McMillen Photography)Riding Fleurette, Krautwon the $136,300 World Cup, a qualifying class for the finals.  on Saturday, October 26.

Earlier in the evening, 17-year-old Canadian Sam Walker, who won the Maclay Finals at The National last year, won the WIHS Equitation Finals riding Waldo.

“It’s been a class that I wanted to win for many, many years,” said two-time Olympian Kraut, who was fifth in the class in 2018 riding Confu. “I think I’ve been jumping in the international division here since the late ’80s. I’ve had quite a few seconds and thirds and fourths, but it’s just always seemed to elude me. I said at the beginning of the week, ‘I think this is going to be my week.’”

Kraut first competed at WIHS in 1978 in the pony hunter divisions.

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Sydney Shulman wins two speed classes at Washington, and Aaron Vale and Schuyler Riley share Puissance win

WASHINGTON, D.C.--Sydney Shulman of Greenwich, Conn., won the $50,000 International Jumper Speed Final on Villamoura, making it two in a row for her, while Aaron Vale and Schuyler Riley shared the victory in the $25,000 Land Rover Puissance at the Washington Internationaal Horse Show on Oct. 25.

SYDNEY SHULMANSydney Shulman and Villamoura. (Photo by Shawn McMillen Photography)Competiing at Washington in the international jumper division for the first time, Shulman, 24, came with a pretty specific goal.

“I came here with the plan to do just these two speed classes and hopefully be in the top five, with all these elite riders in the classes,” she said.

She ended up winning both of them, having won the $36,000 International Jumper Accumulator Costume Class the night before.

“I’m definitely in shock,” Shulman said. “Coming out on top in both of these classes is definitely beyond my expectations, so I’m thrilled.”

Shulman’s time of 50.84 seconds was untouchable, with Australian Rowan Willis coming the closest, stopping the timers in 53.19 seconds for second on Everse W, and third going to Andy Kocher on Cat Ninja, who had a time of 53.58 seconds.

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Molly Ashe Cawley on Adamo wins the Grand Prix in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa--Molly Ashe Cawley, riding Adamo, beat two top international stars to win the $134,000 Grand Prix de Penn National Saturday night, Oct. 19, at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show

Molly Ashe CawleyMolly Ashe Cawley on Adamo (Photo by Al Cook Photography)Beezie Madden, first to go in the  six horse jump-off, set a scorching time to beat.

Her sharp turns and speedy footwork on Abigail Wexner's Coach posted a time of 34.93 seconds, and onlookers wondered how it might be matched.

Then the following three riders beat Madden's time, but only barely.

The top four finishing places were separated by a mere 0.87 seconds.

Immediately following Madden's round, Cawley was quick in the turns and hunted down the final line to finish in 34.06 seconds.

Cawley's lead held as reigning champion Beat Mändli on Galan S and Amy Millar with Truman produced similar rounds, stopping the clock at 34.15 and 34.61 respectively.

"At the last part of the jump-off, I threw style right on out the window and went for the 'Hail Mary' pony-kicking," said Cawley, who had watched Madden's round and was determined to beat it. "It was a little terrifying from where I was sitting, I'm not going to lie, but Adamo was right there with me. He was good."

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Hunter Champey and Dorli Burke are winners in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa.--Hunter Champey, 14 of Bedminster, N.J.. rode Hill Top Van Het Gavershof to win the $12,500 North American League  Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Final on Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show (PNHS).

Hunter ChampeyHunter Champey (Photo by Al Cook Photography)Ten of 29 entries qualified for the jump-off by going cleanover the 15-effort, 1.30m first-round course designed by Michel Vaillancourt.

Sixth to try the 8-effort jump-off course, Champey moved into the lead with a clean ride in 30.810 seconds.

The remaining four entries failed to beat her score with the closest being Mimi Gochman of New York, N.Y., who rode SFS Harriet to a clean trip in 31.190 seconds to place second place.

Third place went to Grace Debney of Hampden, MA, who finished clean in 31.330 seconds on Darc Kiss Z.

"Hill Top is just the bravest horse," said Champey. "He really tries his heart out for me. I did make a few mistakes along the way, but he held all the jumps up, and I couldn't be more grateful for such an amazing horse.

"My plan for the jump-off was just to stay neat, not more galloping," Champey said. "It was a good plan because he needs a little more room at the verticals. Then it was just neat everywhere else."

Champey, who trains with Alex Inganamort and Elinor Kunsman, has been competing at Harrisburg since she was 8 or 9, doing small ponies.

"I've grown to this level doing the low juniors, and I owe a lot to my trainers who push me along the way," saod Champey. "Hill Top is the horse I never thought I could have. He's taken me to my first Nations Cup, my first Young Riders, and now my first win in Harrisburg. He's just amazing, helping me feel much more confident in my ride. I love him."

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Erin Sylvester on Paddy The Caddy wins the Fair Hill 4* Event

FAIR HILL, Md.--Erin Syllvester on Paddy The Caddy moved up through the three phases from eight to second to first to win the CCI 4* Event at Fair Hill on Oct.20.

Erin Sylvester Paddy he CaddyErin Sylvester on Paddy The Caddy on cross counry (Photo by Shannon Brinkman)The leader board in the 4* changed dramatically from Saturday to Sunday, with Canadian Waylon Roberts on Lancaster, leading on his dressage score of 31.1 after the cross country, dropped four rails in the stadium jumping on Sunday to drop to seventh, while Lauren Kieffer, third on D.A. Dumas after cross country, withdrew before the jumping phase.

Sylvester of Cochranville, Pa., was eight in dressage on a score of 33.9, added just .4 time faults cross country and was clean jumping to win on 34.3

Californian Mia Farley, just 19, who moved east a year ago to train with David and Karen O'Connor, on BGS Firecracker, was 22nd on 38.3 after dressage, was one of only four double clear on cross country and was clean jumping to finish second on her dressage score.

Jenny Caras of Cartersville, Ga. was tied for 26th on a score of 40 after dressage and was also double clear on cross country to finish third on her dressage score.

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

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