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McLain Ward wins $205,000 World Cup in Toronto and was Leading International Rider

TORONTO, Canada--Mclain Ward won the last two classes of the Royal Horse Show in Toronto, a speed class Friday nght, Nov. 9 and the $205,000 Jumping World Cup Saturday evening, Nov. 10.

Mclain Ward HH gigis GirlMclain Ward on HH Gigi's Girl (Photo by Ben Radvanyi Photography)Ward claimed the $205,000  World Cup in front of a sold-out crowd to close out the Royal Horse Show, and with the victory won the Leading International Rider title.

Riding HH Gig's Girl, Ward topped a 21-horse starting field over tracks set by 2018 World Championship course designer, Alan Wade of Ireland, to claim the ninth Royal Horse Show World Cup title of his career.

Last to go in the jump-off, Ward executed a brilliant round to stop the clock at 32.42 seconds.

Ward’s U.S. gold medal teammate at the recent World Championships, Devin Ryan, finished in 33.88 seconds with his World Championship partner, Eddie Blue, to place second.

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Jennifer Keeler and Katie Whaley win Combined Driving National Championships

AIKEN, S.C.--Jennifer Keeler and Katie Whaley capped off their combined driving season by winning the final USEF Combined Driving National Championships of 2018 following the Katydid CDE on Sunday, Nov. 4.

Jenniefer Keeler driving singleJennifer Keeler driving Amazing GraceAfter three phases of competition, Keeler finished with 149.45 penalties to secure the USEF Advanced Single Pony Combined Driving National Championship, while Whaley ended with 158.01 penalties to claim the USEF Advanced Pair Pony National Championship.

"What an incredible year," said Keeler of Paris, Ky., who also won the USEF Intermediate Single Pony Combined Driving National Championship with Zeppo at the Live Oak International in March. "We are lucky to have two great ponies, and we really appreciate that USEF has national championships for the lower levels and recognizes ponies coming up through the ranks. "I want to thank my coach Suzy Stafford, who has supported me from the beginning and found Amazing Grace, as well as Thorsten Zarembowicz, who helped us at the show, and the USEF Developing Athlete Driving Program and its sponsors. The program has changed our lives and we greatly appreciate it."

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Boys dominated the ASPCA Championship, with Sam Walker winning over Brian Moggre

LEXINGTON, Ky.--In an unusual finish, the ASPCA Maclay National Championship was dominated by two boys, with Canadian Sam Walker winning over Brian Moggre, who had won the Medal Finals just a few weeks earlier.

Sam Walker on WaldoSam Walker on WaldoWith so many girls competing in equitation, it's a long stretch between wins by a boy, but perhaps never before have boys placed first and second in a national championship.

Jacob Pope was the last male athlete to claim the top honors in 2012, and prior to that was Brian Walker in 2001.

And in Lexington this year, Walker and Moggre were both on top through the first round, the flat phase, the second round and the final test of the top six, and way ahead of the others, including third placed Paige Matthies, who moved up from sixth to third after the final test.

“It was an honor to judge the Maclay to begin with, but an even greater thrill for both Chance [Arakelian] and I was that there were boys at the head of the class," said judge Walter T. (Timmy) Kees. "The courses separated the class nicely. The two boys were never far apart."

“I think I’m kind of in shock more than anything," said Walker of Ontario, Canada. "I didn’t expect for everything to come so soon and I’m really, really grateful that I got to experience this and ride in this class, let alone come out on top.”

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Beezie Madden wins $250,000 World Cup qualifier at The National H.S., wins Leading Rider award

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Beezie Madden on Abigail Wexner’s Chic Hin D Hyrencourt won the $250,000 FEI Jumping World Cup CSI4* at the National Horse Show on Nov. 3.

Beezie Maddenon ChicBeezie Madden on ChicWith that win, Madden also was Leading Open Jumper rider and won an Audi, courtesy of Audi of Lexington.

Eight countries from four continents were represented in the starting field of 35 in the World Cup, including the four gold medal-winning members of the U.S. Jumping Team from the World Equestrian Games: McLain Ward, Laura Kraut, Devin Ryan and Adrienne Sternlicht.

Only six, Lucy Davis, Kent Farrington, Kraut, Madden, Amanda Derbyshire of Great Britain and Molly Ashe Cawley,went clean in the first round within the tight 74-second time allowed to qualify for the jump-off, and four had one time fault.

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Scott Stewart wins $50,000 Hunter Classic at The National H.S.

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Scott Stewart of Fleminton, N.J.,rode Lucador to win The National Horse Show's new competition on Friday evening, Nov. 2, the $50,000 National Horse Show Hunter Classic.

hunter classicHunter Classic winner Scott Stewart. Left, Jennifer Burger, right Mason PhelpsHis top score also earned him a one-year lease of an Audi from Audi of Lexington as well as the lion’s share of the Leading Professional Hunter Rider Bonus.

“I think it’s great and would like to thank Jennifer Burger, Mason Phelps and everybody involved," said Stewart. "It was really exciting, and I think to end the indoor circuit with such a great class has never been done before. I think it was something to look forward to and hopefully we will keep doing it in the future.”

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Beezie Madden and Kent Farrington win at National H.S., Scott Stewart Leading Hunter Rider

LEXINGTON, Ky.--Beezie Madden on Jiva rode an incredible round to beat what appeared to be an unbeatable round by McLain Ward to win the opening jumper class, the Welcome Stake for the Cavcote Challenge Trophy, at the National Horse Show in Lexington on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

Kent Farrington on CreedanceKent Farrington on CreedanceThe following evening, Kent Farrington on Creedance won the $135,000 International Jumper Classic, the feature event, while Molly Ashe Cawley on Picobello Choppin PC won the $35,000 Palm Beach Masters Series International Open Jumpers Speed class.

The Classic was the qualifier for Saturday’s $250,000 Jumping World Cup with only the top 40 going forward.

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Frankie Thieriot Stutes on Chatwin wins the CCI3*Eventing National Championship at Fair Hill

FAIR HILL, Md.--Frankie Thieriot Stutes, a Californian amateur with just one horse, Chatwin, but with two children under the age of three and two businesses that she runs, won The Dutta Corp./USEF CCI3* Eventing National Championship on Oct. 31.

Frankie Thieriot Stutes and Chatwin Frankie Thieriot Stutes and Chatwin (Photo by Shannon Brinkman}She led from the start in dressage through the cross country and to the end of stadium jumping to win on her dressage score of 27.3 over Boyd Martin of Cochranville, Pa., on Long Island T who added four time penalties on the cross country to his second place dressage score of 29.4 to finish on 33.4.

Along with her two infant children, Thieriot Stutes runs two businesses, one a PR firm for promoting riders and the second a company that sells handbags that she designs and ships.

Of the 40 starters on cross country, only two, Thieriot Stutes and Buck Davidson on Archie Rocks, were double clear, no jumping and no time penalties, cross country, but Davidson added four faults in stadium jumping to his third place dressage score of 32.4 to finish third on 36.4.

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Beat Mändli, riding Dibatsja, wins Prix de Penn National, Beezie Madden Speed Champion

HARRISBURG, Pa.--Swiss Olympic veteran Beat Mändli, riding Dibatsja, won the $132,000 Prix De Penn National in a six horse jump-off at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Saturday evening, Oct. 20.

Hburg PrxBeat Mändli on Dibatsja (Phhoto by Al Cook)Kelli Cruciotti on Hadja Van Orshof won the second largest class, the $50,000 Pennsylvania Big Jump, defeating two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and reigning FEI World Cup Champion Beezie Madden by one tenth of second to win on Thursday evening, and Madden won both speed classes to win the Open Jumper Speed Championship.

"I didn't expect to win," said Mändli, who also won the Prix in 2014, after the class. "I was already happy with my first round because I have a few big weeks ahead of me, so I just wanted to put in a nice round and see what happened, and it turned out great for me. I have been based in North Salem, N.Y., for five years, and I have come here all five years because I really like the show. It's a really good start for indoors, with enough space to ride and everything is so well organized. Overall it's a really nice show."

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Leslie Schillat wins the $10,000 North American League Adult Jumper Final at Pa. National H.S.

HARRISBURG, PA.--October 20, 2018 - Leslie Schillat of Malvern, Pa., on SLF Destiny won the $10,000 North American League (NAL) Adult Jumper Final on Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. The pair turned in two fault-free rides and a jump-off time of 35.991 to claim the win.

Leslie Schillat and SLF DestinyLeslie Schillat and SLF Destiny(Photo by Al Cook)Schillat was one of eight from a starting field of 29 to reach the jump-off, and she was clean again in 35.991 to win.

Izabelle Quadracci of Hartland, Wisc., took an early lead in the jump-off with a clean ride in 36.547 seconds on Tipperary Hill, and she finished second.

Anna Lerch of Wilton, Conn., on Carany was third with Hope Batchelor DVM of Chester Springs, Pa., on Ciola placing fourth.

"This is my first time at this show, so we were both nervous," said Schillat. " I expected none of this. I thought if I have a nice round, I'll be happy with it and see what happens after that. This is beyond what was expected.

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Ashleigh Glorioso wins Pa. National Sidesaddle Championship

HARRISBURG, PA.-- October 16, 2018 -- Ashleigh Glorioso of Burke, VA., and Southern Will captured the Championship title in the Sidesaddle Division at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Tuesday evening, Oct. 16.

Ashleigh Glorioso and Southern Will Ashleigh Glorioso and Southern Will (Photo by Al Cook)With a total score of 18 points, Glorioso and her 10-year-old thoroughbred received the Grand Duchess Perpetual Trophy.

This was the second consecutive championship for Glorioso, but the first for Southern Will.

Glorioso took top honors last year on her other thoroughbred named Turtle.

They earned the title by winning the Ladies' Hunter Sidesaddle Hack, coming in second in the Ladies' Hunter Sidesaddle Under Saddle and fourth in the Ladies' Hunter Sidesaddle Over Fences.

"It feels great to win," said Glorioso of the ex-racehorse. "I didn't expect it because this was his first time indoors and his first year going sidesaddle. I am really happy with him because he is really green. For him to come in here at his first indoor show and take everything in stride gives me a great sense of accomplishment for him. It is a testament for the Thoroughbred breed to be able to do so well in this environment."

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Just Ask is Pa. National H.S. Grand Hunter Champion

HARRISBURG, PA.--Just Ask, a bay 9-year-old Warmblood gelding, owned by Roberts Stables LLC, trained by Patty Rogers and ridden by Jeff Gogul, was the 3'6" Green Conformation champion, earning enough points to be the Grand Hunter Champion at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Oct. 18

Just Ask and Jeff Gogul. c Al Cook PhotoJust Ask and Jeff Gogul Photo by Al Cook)Just Ask, the 2017 3' Green Hunter National Champion, kept his winning form in Harrisburg, earning two Championships, a Leading Hunter Rider title for Gogul and a Grand Champion Hunter Trainer Award for Rogers.

"We bought him two years ago and started him in the Baby Greens and last year we moved him right up to the First Years," said Rogers of the bay gelding. "He's just been wonderful. Every trip in the ring he learns something. JT is quiet and brave and is the same horse both indoors and outside."

Just Ask won four of the six 3"6" Green Conformation classes and placed second in the other two classes.

"He was really terrific and consistent," Gogul said. "He's a horse for the future."

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Cheshire repeats Hunt Night Championship at Pa. National H.S.

HARRISBURG Pa.--Mr. Stewart's Cheshire Foxhounds of Unionville, Pa., won the championship of Hunt Night at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Oct. 15 for the second year in a row, this year beating a field of 13 recognized or registered Hunts, from all across Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia,

The River Hills Foxhounds from Kirkwood, Pa.,, led by MFH James Paxson and his pack of Penn-Marydel hounds entertained the crowd with a demonstration of how foxhounds, as a pack, work together.

Boyd Martin and Right On QueBoyd Martin and Right On Que (Photo by Al Cook)Two-time Olympic eventer Boyd Martin returned toHarrisburg to defend his title in the Gentleman's Hunter Hack with Right On Que for Cheshire.

Martin is the only rider in the world to have competed at every 4-star event in the world, including the Olympic Games and the World Equestrian Games, and now he can add two back to back wins during Hunt Night the Pennsylvania National Horse Show to his resume

"I love it," said Martin. "You just have to go around in a circle, and they tell you what to do."

The Hunt Teams competition, always a hotly contested class where three riders from the hunt follow each other over a course of fences and then for the last fence, jump in unison, saw 16 teams vie for the title.

Emerging victorious was Mr. Stewart's Cheshire Foxhounds Team 2, with riders Skylar McKenna on Sovereign Fund, who ran in the Maryland Hunt Cup earlier this year, Tanya Emslie on Havanna and Anabel Barnett on Westwood.

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Brian Moggre wins the Hunter Seat Medal Finals in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa.--Brian Moggre of Flower Mound, Texas won the Hunter Seat Medal Final at The Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Sunday, Oct. 14 after three rounds of competition and over 238 riders who had qualified throughout the year

Brian Mogg43 Photo by Al CookBrian Moggre on Efendi (Photo by Al Cook)Previous winners included such world famous names as Bill Steinkraus, Frank Chapot and George Morris.

At the draw on Saturday, Judge Geoff Teall gave the riders a brief overview of the class, and when the course was revealed, there were instructions printed clearly on the course map.

"The number of strides from #6 to #7A and from #7B to #8 is optional and less important to us than the quality of the jump created by the rider" giving a clear indication of the judge's preferences in the class.

Teall and fellow judge Robin Rost Brown, herself a Medal Final winner, put together a course that let them asses the riders' style, and where riders navigate single fences unrelated to lines.

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Sophie Gochman is Jr. Jumper Champion at Pa. National, Zone 2 is 2nd in team competition

HARRISBURG, Pa.--Sophie Gochman of New York, N.Y., had to go clean to win the Junior Jumper Championship at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, and, riding Carola BH, she did just that to finish on a combined total, over three days of competition, of six faults.

ophie Gochman and Carola BHSophie Gochman and Carola BH (Photo by Al Cook)Gochman also rode on the bronze medal winning Zone 2 (N.J., N.Y., & Pa.) team in the USEF Junior Jumper Championship Team competition that was won by Zone 7.

Until Gochman entered the ring, Madison Goetzmann, also of New York, on Prestigious, led the field with a total of 8 combined faults, but after Gochman's clean trip she had to settle for the silver medal by a slim two faults.

On the heels of Goetzmann, and earning the bronze medal, was Lily Gottwald with her own Gaston Van T Steentje, who added a time penalty in the final phase resulting in a combined total of 8.5 faults for the three days of competition.

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Young, untested U.S. team 2nd in Nations Cup Consolation class

BARCELONA, Spain--An extraordinary and unprecedentedly young U.S. team of Lucy Deslauriers, Alex Granato. Andy Kocher, Jessie Springsteen with one veteran, Laura Kraut, missed making the show jumping Nations Cup Finals on Sunday, Oct. 7 by mere seconds and then almost caught a very strong German team in the Consolation class Saturday evening to finish a very good second with only three riders, two of which were riding in their first or second Nations Cup.

Lucy Deslauriers on HesterLucy Deslauriers on HesterChef d'equipe Robert Ridland said that it was just the way things turned out that in the biggest Nations Cup of the year he had to use a quartet of young, up-and-coming riders.

"Even in the press conference, everyone was amazed at the team we used," said Ridland. "Everyone is used to my 3-2 formula, but I've never done a 1-4 before."

Ridland's 3-2 formula, using three very good veteran riders with two young, untested riders has resulted in a huge number of U.S. victories, and even though it wasn't his plan or hope to use a 1-4, one veteran and four youngsters, team, it performed incredibly well against the top 15 show jumping nations in the world.

"We set our priorities at the beginning of the year," said Ridland. "Number one was the WEG, number two was the World Cup and number three was the Nations Cup Finals.

Beezie Madden placed first and Devin Ryan was second in the World Cup and the U.S. team won the gold medal at the WEG.

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Jessica Jo Tate on Faberge won DAD Freestyle, Tom Dvorak rode Cyrus to win the FEI Prix St. George at Dressage at Devon

DEVON, Pa.--Jessica Jo Tate rode Faberge to win the Grand Prix Freestyle at Dressage at Devon at the Devon showgrounds on Sept. 29.

Jessica Jo Tate celebratesJessica Jo Tate celebrates (Photo by Alix Coleman)Jessica Jo Tate on Faberge (FloristanI/Baroness), earned an impressive score of 73.650, riding to what she called “a mixture of pop and classical.

“It was a really good time, and the weather was great," said Tate. "It is such a famous ring. Every rider understands the magic of the Dixon Oval. It is so much like Europe. The crowd was wonderful, truly behind the rider. It is an honor to ride in the Dixon.”

“He is a horse with a heart of gold," said Tate of Faberge. "Actually, he is all gold!”

Coming in second was Nicole Harrington of Batavia, Ohio on Wizard of Oz (Weltmeyer/Vadella).

Harrington bought him as a Prix St Georges horse, as a project with the intent to resell.

But horses sometimes have a way of finding their way into the hearts of riders.

This is the first time she has done the CDI saying “It was always on my bucket list.”

The music was a mixed sound track from, where else, The Wizard of Oz.

From Somewhere Over the Rainbow to the evil witch cackling in the background, it just fit.

“It started out as a joke,” said Harrington. “But that’s what he wanted. He loved it!”

Kimberly Herslow of Stockton, N.J., rode Soraya II (Sandro Hit/Dynamique) to third with a score 70.275, riding to a mix of Taylor Swift, Adele, and Nicki Minaj.

“This was her first CDI Freestyle and I just decided to go for it,” said Herslow. “I felt I could ride with a little more expression. This is the most fun freestyle I’ve ever done!”

Tate was thrilled with her victory and celebrated with an ecstatic victory gallop.

Tom Dvorak rode Cyrus (Contucci/Corthena) to win the FEI Prix St Georges CDI 3* over more than 25 riders. at Dressage at Devon at the Devon showgrounds on Sept. 30.

Jessica Jo Tate PresentationDADJessica Jo Tate, winner of the Freestyle (Photo by Alix Coleman)Cyrus is a 9-year-old, dark bay Oldenburg gelding, owned by Carla Bahr.

Dvorak, from Hillsburgh, Ontario, Canada, has been riding Cyrus since he was a 4-year-old.

“This was his first full season, and he has done very well," said Dvorak. "He has won many CDIs and is coming into his own. He is a keen worker and very smart and confident. I was happy with my ride. He was a little distracted but stayed with me.”

“I love this event," said Dvorak of DAD. It is the highlight of the season for me. I love the atmosphere and the tradition of the show.”

Dvorak has been competing at Devon for the past 25 years.

“If I have a horse that can show here, I’m here,” he said.

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  1. Buck Davidson wins Plantation Field 3* for 2nd year in a row
  2. Hart wins her 2nd WEG medal, Shoemaker & Trunnell also medal in Para-Dressage
  3. U.S. Driving team wins an historic gold medal, Chester Weber takes individual silver
  4. U.S show jumping team has four in top 16 individuals with McLain Ward finishing fourth
  5. The U.S. Driving team leads after the Marathon phase
  6. U.S. show jumping wins the team gold medal in a wild finish, qualifies for the Olympics
  7. U.S. show jumpers won gold in a jump-off with Sweden
  8. U.S. Driving team in first after Dressage, Marathon tomorrow
  9. After 2 rounds, the U.S. team and McLain Ward as an individual both stand 2nd in show jumping at WEG
  10. Rebecca Hart wins first ever Para-Dressage medal, a bronze, for the U.S.
  11. U.S. finishes eighth of 16 teams at WEG and misses qualification for the Olympics
  12. Despite a rough cross country day, the U.S. in 8th is one slot from qualifying for the Olympics. Jumping is at 10 a.m. Monday
  13. Belgium wins gold, the U.S. wins silver and bronze medals in Reining
  14. Despite a rough cross country day, the U.S. in 8th is one slot from qualifying for the Olympics. Dressage Freestyle is cancelled
  15. Belgium wins gold, the U.S. is silver and bronze medals in Reining
  16. The U.S. wins the silver medal in team dressage and Laura Graves wins the individual silver medal, the Freestyle is cancelled
  17. US wins fifth gold medal in Reining at World Equestrian Games
  18. Beezie Madden double clear in U.S. fourth place finish in Calgary nations Cup
  19. U.S. wins the Challenge Cup at FEI Youth Finals
  20. Willemena Horzepa and Doug King place one, two in Ludwig Corner's Mini Prix
  21. Letter to the editor
  22. The Barefield team wins at the Brandywine Polo Club
  23. McLain Ward on HH Gigi's Girl wins $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix
  24. Dominique Damico wins both $20,000 Grand Prix and $1,500 Hunter Prix at HITS Culpeper
  25. Zone 2 won gold medals in Children's and Junior/Amateur team championships while Zone 1 won gold in Adult Amateur
  26. Daisy Farish completes a hat trick with her individual gold medal in show jumping
  27. Paul Maye won the Advance Pair Horse Combined Driving Championship
  28. Morgan Ward on Cypress wins Hunter Derby at Monmouth at the Team
  29. Two champions at the Green Hunter Incentive Championships, Endeavor ridden by Patricia Griffith and Hemingway ridden by Sandy Ferrell
  30. Laura Kraut's double clear in Dublin Nations Cup makes a statement for making the U.S. World Equestrian Games team
  31. Samantha Takacs on Galianna wins Overall Green Hunter Pony Championship, Tessa Downey wins Pony Medal
  32. Mary Lisa Leffler won Welcome Stake in Vermont
  33. Laura Kraut on Greatfull wins at Hickstead
  34. Daisy Farish wins Overall Grand Champion in the Junior Hunter National Championships
  35. Daisy Farish wins Hunterdon Cup in Saugeries, N.Y.
  36. Olivia Dutton double clear show jumping on Mr. Mendicott on winning Area II Young Riders Eventing
  37. McLain Ward wins a class at Aachen on Clinta, Beezie Madden 6th best for U.S. in GP
  38. U.S. dressage team second in Aachen Nations Cup
  39. U.S. eventing fourth in Aachen
  40. New Jerseyans Morgan Ward and Candice King finish one, two in Vermont Grand Prix
  41. Laura Graves wins Aachen Grand Prix, U.S. show jumping team 5th in Nations Cup
  42. Candice King wins Welcome Stake at Vermont Festival, Katie McVeigh wins Hunter Derby
  43. Jennifer Kocher wins $30,000 Grand Prix and tops $10,000 High Junior/Amateur-Owner Classic at Vermont Summer Festival, Emma Schauder won the $5,000 Hunter Derby
  44. Clementina Brown wins AO Championship at Summer Brandywine for third time
  45. Laura Chapot wins Lake Placid Grand Prix, Jimmy Torano wins Hunter Derby
  46. Will Coleman wins individual at Great Meadow Eventing 3* while Great Britain won the team competition
  47. Matthew Metell wins two, including the Grand Prix, and Morgan Ward won the Hunter Derby at Vermont Summer Festival
  48. Sandra Ferrell and Laena Romond Ride Hemingway and Traveller to USHJA Green Hunter Incentive East Championships
  49. Laura Chapot and McLain Ward both win two featured classes at Lake Placid
  50. A Kennett Square, Pa., resident, Clementina Brown was reserve AO champion at Brandywine Summer Shows
  51. Devin Ryan and Laura Chapot first and second in 1.40m at Lake Placid H.S.
  52. Kevin Babington Wins $75,000 Grand Prix at 49th Annual Lake Placid H. S,
  53. Ryan Wood won the $20,000 Preliminary Essex at the MARS Essex Horse Trials
  54. U.S. wins second consecutive Nations Cup bronze medal
  55. The U.S. team of Dressage Young riders placed sixth at Future Champions show in Europe
  56. U.S. wins bronze medal in Poland Nations Cup
  57. U.S. clinched a berth at the Barcelona Nations Cup Finals, the Junior Team wins gold and U.S. Development team wins bronze
  58. Debbie Dolan Sweeney wins AO Jumper Championship, Beth Bidgood is AO Grand Hunter Champion
  59. Renoir named Best Young Horse at Devon
  60. Andrew Kocher & Mattias Trompe share Devon Jumper Championship, Kocher wins Leading Rider Award
  61. Hunt Tosh wins $25,000 Hunter Derby at Devon
  62. McLain Ward wins Devon Grand Prix for record 10th time with super new mare Clinta
  63. Andrews Kocher wins second Devon Jumper class
  64. Scott Stewart, Devon Leading Hunter Rider
  65. Hunt Tosh rides two to hunter championships at Devon
  66. Ali Wolff wins Devon Open Jumper Welcome Stake
  67. Lindsay Tomeu sweeps Adult Amateur Jumpers
  68. Chris Talley on Sandros's Star wins Devon Eventing, Alice Nolen-Walston on Wishlea Star Dancer is Pony Jumper Champ
  69. Daisy Farish was Devon Junior Jumper Champion, Chloe White was Grand Jr. Hunter Champ and Grace Debney was Grand Pony Champ
  70. U.S. second in 5* Rome Nations Cup
  71. Daisy Farish and Paige Matthies win Junior Jumper classes at Devon, while Ellie Yeager is Equitation Champ
  72. Boyd Martin sweeps the board at Jersey Fresh, winning the CCI3*, the CIC3* and the CCI2*
  73. Skidmore College wins the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) National Championship
  74. Lauren Keiffer in top 10 at Badminton
  75. Oliver Townend wins Kentucky 5* Event, Marilyn Little, top American, in third
  76. U.S. 2nd in the Nations Cup in Mexico, improving U.S. chances at making Barcelona Finals
  77. Laura Chapot dominates in WEF Leading Open Jumper Rider Circuit Championship, while Robert Matz won the Junior Sportsmanship Award
  78. Laura Graves on Verdades posted a personal best in the Freestyle at the World Cup but had to settle for second behind Isabell Werth
  79. Beezie Madden wins World Cup in thrilling finish, Devin Ryan runner-up
  80. Beezie Madden wins first two legs of World Cup, goes into Sunday's final rounds with a rail in hand
  81. Laura Graves on Verdades wins Grand Prix at the World Cup
  82. Phillip Dutton on Z wins WEG Eventing Test Event at The Fork
  83. Coco Fath wins the 11th Annual George H. Morris Excellence in Equitation Championship
  84. Chile's Jorge Matte wins over Charlotte Jacobs at Palm Beach Masters
  85. Lucy Deslauriers wins $132,000 WEF Challenge Cup
  86. The US Dressage team wins the Nations Cup in Wellington
  87. Beezie Madden wins her 2nd $1 million HITS Grand Prix
  88. Beezie Madden wins 2nd $205,000 WEF Grand Prix
  89. Shelly Francis scores personal best to win the G P Special 4*
  90. Chester Weber wins 15th Championship, Lisa Stroud of Kennett Square, Pa., takes Reserve Champ
  91. Laura Chapot wins 1.50m Classic at WEF, leads in Jumper Rider circuit standings
  92. Olivia LaGoy-Weltz on Lonoir has five wins from six starts at WEF 4* dressage events
  93. McLain Ward rides Bellefleur PS Z to second 5* win in as many days at WEF
  94. Jan Eberling wins the Intermediate 1 Freestyle CDI3* in the small tour series
  95. Victoria Colvin wins again at P.B. Masters Derby, this time scoring in the $50,000 Hunter Derby
  96. Callan Solem wins $50,000 HITS Grand Prix on veteran VDL Wizard
  97. Beezie Madden wins $205,000 WEF Grand Prix
  98. Laura Graves sets a new record in Freestyle on Verdades
  99. U.S. team a disappointing seventh in Wellington Nations Cup
  100. Victoria Colvin won the International Derby during the Palm Beach Masters Series
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