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Gillian King wins $10,000 Grand Prix in Aiken

AIKEN, S.C.--Gillian King of Malvern, Pa., who winters in Aiken, won the $10,000 Grand Prix at High Fields Equestrian Center on Kilbunny Vossilli in Aiken on March 17.

Gillian KingGillian King on Kilbunny Vossilli in a hunter classSix made it to the jump-off and King went clean in the fastest time to win the class.

Kilbunny Vossilli is an 11-year-old Irish bred mare owned by Joss and Ed Delussey's Monkey Fish Investments.

Another horse owned by the Delussyes, Main Line Cache, placed well in the Welcome Stake at High Fields, and Best Things in Life, a young event horse owned by Cynthia and Charles McGinnes, won the 1.5m class.

"I've had Kilbuny Voselli since January," said King. "We imported her from Ireland, where she was bred by Kilbunny Sport Horses. She has a lovely attitude and a fantastic jump. She's a nice type and a fantastic horse to go on with."

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Shelly Francis wins Grand Prix Freestyle, Adrienne Lyle wins Grand Prix Special

WELLINGTON, Fla.--The “Friday Night Stars” on March 15 featured the  Grand Prix Freestyle 16-25 CDIO-U25 and the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDIO3*

Shelly FrancisShelly Francis on Danilo (Photo by Susan Stickle)Shelly Francis on Danilo won the gold medal in the Grand Prix Freestyle and broke 81percent with a score of 81.840 percent.

“I’ve been making personal best the last three or four shows in a row. I’m kind of excited,” said Francis.

Francis’s music especially draws in the crowd at her last centerline.

“I think at that point he’s already ready to make that piaffe and passage up the center line at the end," said Francis. "When the crowd starts clapping and cheering. he starts doing a little more. I just sit there and try to turn real careful in that pirouette, because he’s already so active and going. It feels awesome, and in that last bit of passage he feels on fire with feather-like control. The crowd picks him up a little and they pick me up. He likes this freestyle.”

The silver medal went to Yvonne Losos De Muniz on Aquamarijn with a score of 75.240 percent.

Charlotte Jorst and Kastel’s Nintendowon the bronze medal with a score of 75.200 percent.

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Amanda Derbyshire wins $134,000 Grand Prix over Amy Millar and Laura Chapot

WELLINGTON, Fla-- Amanda Derbyshire of Great Britan iriding Roulette BH won the $134,000  Grand Prix CSI 3* on Saturday, March 16 after a four horse, all lady jump-off.

Laura Chapot on Chandon Blue in GPLaura Chapot on Chandon Blue (Photo by Sportfot)There were 45 entries in the grand prix, competing over a course designed by Michel Vaillancourt of Canada.

Returning first in the jump-off was Amy Millar of Canada riding Truman, who set a nice pace with the all-important clear round in 45.65 seconds, which would hold up for second place.

“Everyone in the jump-off had the ability to go quickly,” said Millar, who was an Olympian for Canada in 2016. “I essentially had to go as fast as I felt comfortable and leave the jumps up. I must say, I did think I was going to do one less stride in both of those lines when I made my plan. Then it just wasn’t working out that way. I just rode the plan and left the jumps up, and I feel fortunate that I finished second.”

Millar termed Truman as a “completely for Canada” horse.

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Laura Chapot wins again, this time the $36,000 WEF Challenge Cup

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, N.J., rode Chandon Blue to another win, this time in the $36,000 EF Challenge Cup Round 10 CSI 3* on Thursday, March 14, at the Winter Equestrian Festival.

Laura Chapot and Chandon Blue 427 7079 SportfotLaura Chapot and Chandon Blue (photo by Sportfot)Thursday’s featured Challenge Cup had 85 contesting the first-round track set by Canada’s Michel Vaillancourt before the field was narrowed to 19 for the jump-off, and, of those 19, six elected to save their horses for another day, having already secured their places in Saturday’s $134,000 Grand Prix CSI 3*.

With 13 horses still in the jump-off, the early riders went for speed, but they all had rails down, as the fast pace kept any of the first nine riders from jumping double clear.

Turning in the fastest four-fault time of those nine was Amanda Derbyshire of Great Britain on Roulette BH, who finished in 38.74.

So Chapot’s goal was a quick and clear round, but not one that required an all-out speed effort, which is just what she delivered, stopping the clock in a clear 39.21 seconds to ultimately take the win.

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U.S. wIns the Dressage Nations Cup over Canada and Germany

WELLINGTON, Fla.--On the second day of competition for the Nations Cup CDIO 3* at the Global Dressage Festival, the United States team won the gold medal with 437.693 points over the silver medal Canadian team with 433.685 points, and team Germany took the bronze with 402.724 points.

Asley HolzerAsley Holzer on Valentine (Photo by Susan Stickle)The U.S. riders secured their victory after strong performances in the Intermediate 1* CDIO3* and  Grand Prix Special CDIO3*.

Shelly Francis on Danilo took the top spot again today in the  Grand Prix Special CDIO3* with a score of 71.447 percent after an error in her test.

“I was really excited with Danilo with this whole show so far because he’s getting more consistent," said Francis. "He feels awesome, and he feels more honest. I feel like it was a great show.”

“When I went off course I was like ‘Oh my god, everybody is going to be mad," said Francis, concerned with letting her team down. "That’s it, I just ruined the whole thing.’ I was trying to make it pretty perfect and sometimes that happens. It is really fun to do a team competition.”

Charlotte Jorst on Kastel’s Nintendo wassecond spot in the Special with a score of 71.064 percent.

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Samantha Cohen wins $50,000 Grand Prix, and McLain Ward wins $72,000 1.50m Classic

WELLINGTON, Fla.-- McLain Ward on HH Gigi's Girl won the $72,000 1.50m Classic on Sunday, March 10, while Samantha Cohen of New York, N.Y., rode Carmen to win the $50,000 Grand Prix CSI 2*.

Samantha Cohen on CarmenSamantha Cohen on Carmen (Photo by Sportfot)From 45 first round competitors in the $50,000 Grand Prix CSI 2*, 10 went clean to qualify for the jump-off, and of them, six were clear again.

The fastest of those was 18-year-old Samantha Cohen riding Carmen, who stopped the timers in 37.56 seconds to win, even though she was first to go in the jump-off.

“I was first to go and nine were after me, with so many fast riders. I just wanted to go in and give it my best shot,” said Cohen. “She’s really quick around the turns, and she’s deceptively fast. She doesn’t ever look like she’s really running. I was really happy when I came out, but I was not sure it would hold.”

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Chester Weber won his 16th National Championship at Live Oak while Brian Moggre won the Jumping World Cup qualifier

OCALA, Fla--Chester Weber won a record 16th Four-in-Hand National Championship title, Steve Wilson won the Advanced Pairs Combined Driving National Championshipand Brian Moggre won the $100,000 World Cup class at Live Oak International on March 10..

Chester Weber on MarathonChester Weber on the Marathon phase (Photo by Erin Gilmore Photography)Weber of Ocala, the Tryon World Equestrian Games individual silver and team gold medalist, had the lead in the Advanced Four-in-Hand Combined Driving National Championship from start to finish.

He accurately navigated his team of Amadeus, Hendrik, First Edition and Gouveneu through razor thin margins, leaving all the balls on their cones and adding just 1.56 time penalties for a final result of 166.13.

"I was pleased to start the weekend with a dressage score in the 30s," said Weber. "In the dressage I used two horses that were different from my WEG team, so I was pleased with that depth. Today in the cones I put the two leaders that I drove last season together because they're my strongest combination. I drove my 7-year-old, Henrik, again as well. He's gotten better and better. He's telling me that he's ready for the big stuff in Europe."

Misdee Wrigley-Miller of Paris, Ky., won the Reserve Championship.

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Laura Chapot won another class on Chandon Blue

WELLINGTON, Fla.--While Laura Chapot always has a shot at winning when it comes to speed, she had an even bigger advantage when she and Mary Chapot’s Chandon Blue went last in the jump-off in the $36,000 1.45m Classic CSI 2*.

Laura Chapot on Chandon Blue 3819Laura Chapot on Chandon Blue (Photo boy Sportfot)Chapot was so fast around the shortened course for the win in a time of 35.37 seconds,she was two seconds faster than second place finishers Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazil on Farrero, who went first in the jump-off and almost had the wire-to-wire win.

“It’s always nice to be last in the jump-off,” said Chapot. “The main question in my mind was whether there were eight strides to the last jump and after a few went, it seemed like that was a possibility if you got the right fence in. I know my horse is naturally very fast, so I don’t want to get too caught up in the numbers around the turn and just try to ride it as smoothly as possible. I caught a really good one coming to that last line so the eight was even just nice and easy for him.”

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Taylor St. Jacques wins $15,000 1.40m competition at Turf Tour

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Equitation champion and show jumping rising star Taylor St. Jaques of Glen Allen, Pa. and Qantar Des Etisses were untouchable during the Feb. 22 Turf Tour competition, where their double clear and jump-off time of 36.436 couldn't be matched, despite multiple efforts by exceptionally speedy horses and riders.

Taylor St. JacquesTaylor St. JacquesThe Turf Tour features weekly venues and show jumping of all levels on all natural surfaces.

St. Jaques, who splits her time between college and the Florida show season, was fourth to go with her own Qantar Des Etisses in a class of 24 for the $15,000 1.40M Turf Tour Grand Prix on Friday.

Attempts to beat her time were marked by unfortunate rails, resulting in a second place finish for the Wednesday's Rising Star Classic winners Mark Bluman and Cupfer Cr on a jump-off time of 38.206 seconds.

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Chester Weber won the dressage phase of the Advanced Four-in-Hand at Live Oak

OCALA, Fla.--Chester Weber took his first step to a record 16th national championship title with a leading performance in Thursday's dressage at Live Oak International on March 7.

Chester Weber OcalaChester Weber (Photo by Erin Gilmore Photography)With that win, he leads the USEF Advanced Four-in-Hand Combined Driving National Championship, while James Miller tops the USEF Advanced Pairs Combined Driving National Championship.

Weber, the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games team gold and individual silver medalist, drove his talented team of horses to an impressive dressage score of 38.26.

"It's always a challenge to compete at home. My horses stay in their own stables, so they come up here and it's a different atmosphere," Weber said. "They're used to coming up here and seeing nothing but grass and maybe a cow or two, and now there's spectators and white tents and advertisements from our wonderful sponsors. Frankly, they were really good."

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McLain Ward wins yet again at WEF

WELLINGTON, Fla.--McLain Ward posted yet another win at WEF, this time on Tradition de la Roque in the $36,000 1.45m class on March 6.

McLain Ward on Tradition De La Roque 3719McLain Ward on Tradition de la Roque (Photo by Sportfot)Ward rode Tradition De La Roque to be the clear winner when the pair crossed through the timers in 33.27 seconds.

The victory is the second FEI ranking class win for Ward and the 12-year-old Selle Francais mare that was previously shown internationally by young professional Reed Kessler and is now being marketed by Ward.

“She has been great for us, and we are very lucky to have her in our stable,” said Ward. “She has been a real star down here and has now won several classes and had top placings in others, so we are really thrilled with her.

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Charlotte Jorst wins the Grand Prix Special and has been named to the Nations Cup team

WELLINGTON, Fla.--U.S. women swept the top three places, with Charlotte Jorst, Heather Blitz, and Rebecca Waite taking top honors in the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI3* on Saturday, March 2 at the Dressage Festival.

Charlotte Jorst on Kastels NintendoCharlotte Jorst on Kastels Nintendo (Photo by Susan Stickle)Jorst on Kastel’s Nintendo scored of 72.447 percent for the win, and, with her performances at the Festival, Jorst accomplished her reason for coming east from her hometown of Reno, Nev., - she was named to the U.S. team for the Nations Cup to be held on March 13-14.

“I thought the whole canter program was just really, really lovely," said Jorst. "He was so relaxed, and he came back for every half halt and all the changes were beautiful. The piaffe and two pirouettes were great, and the changes in between. That whole thing just felt tremendous."

“Today I rode more forward, because I thought my whole trot program was a little too conservative on Thursday in the qualifier for the special,” said Jorst. “I decided to just give it a little more, and give more in the short sides and just sort of show him off in a better way. I think I succeeded with that. I think that was that extra couple of points.”

“He’s always my best pal, and I know I can trust him 100 percent," said Jorst of Nintendo. "He goes and goes and goes for me. We’ve been so many places together and done so many things. We’re best friends, and the trust and the camaraderie between us is what I like the best.”

Second place went to Heather Blitz and Semper Fidelis with a score of 71.170 percent, and Rebecca Waite on Doktor placed third with a score of 68.936 percent.

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David Oberkircher wins his second $25,000 Under 25 Grand Prix at WEF

WELLINGTON, Fla.--David Oberkircher rode Upper to win over a field of 46 entries in the $36,000 Under 25 Semi-Final Grand Prix CSI U25, marking the pair’s second consecutive Under 25 Grand Prix Series victory after having also won the $25,000 Hermès Under 25 Grand Prix last week.

David Oberkircher and Upper U25 41807121 SportfotDavid Oberkircher on Upper (Photo by Sportfot)Oberkircher and the 11-year-old Selle Francais gelding owned by Southfields Farm, LLC, of Collegeville, Pa., were one of six entries to qualify to jump off over the Steve Stephens-designed short course.

As the second to return, Oberkircher set a time to beat of 35.10 seconds that would prove untouchable through the remainder of the class.

Coming the closest for second place was Ireland’s Daniel Coyle, who stopped the clock in 36.19 seconds on his own CHS Krooze, and finishing third with a time of 36.22 seconds was Ailish Cunniffe riding Baloucento 2.

“It’s been amazing!” said 23-year-old Oberkircher, formerly of Collegeville, Pa., who now works in Washington, DC.. “I did the series last year. I had some good results, but I was just looking to improve this year and maybe jump a few more clear rounds. To come out on top two weeks in a row has been amazing. My horse has been feeling great and jumping great, so I’m thrilled.

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Laura Graves won her third Freestyle at the Dressage Festival to qualify for the World Cup

WELLINGTON, Fla.--Laura Graves on Verdades led a sweep of the top three places by U.S. women at the “Friday Night Stars” Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W on March 1 at the Global Dressage Festival.

Laura Graves on Verdades 3229Laura Graves on Verdades winning the Grand Prix Freestyle (Photo by Susan Stickle)Graves rode Verdades  to a score of 84.535 percent to secure her third qualifying score for the World Cup Final and to win the freestyle.

“I don’t count anything until it’s for certain.” said Graves. “Once I went down centerline, I thought, ‘Ok, hopefully this is my ticket to Sweden.’

“Honestly I started thinking about this venue and the sponsors that mean so much to me,” said Graves. “This is my last freestyle here this year. That was what went through my mind, not anything through the test. I wasn’t hardly thinking about that, I was thinking more about all of what has happened in six years here for me. It was different perspective for me.”

Kasey Perry-Glass on Goerklintgaards Dublet took second place in the freestyle with a score of 83.875 percent, their second highest score ever.

“He had a lot of energy. I wasn’t expecting that,” said Perry-Glass. “Coming off of a show last week I thought he was going to be a little more tired, but he was actually more lit than I’ve felt him in a while. We had little bucks and switches. It’s a good thing for him.

“Our trainer Debbie McDonald the whole time in my warm-up was just like, ‘Tell him he’s beautiful to calm him down a little bit.’ It was an amazing test,” she said. “I came out crying. It was one of those tests that just gave me goosebumps and made me feel lucky to have my horse.”

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U.S. wins Nations Cup at WEF

WELLINGTON, Fla.--The U.S. team of Wilton Porter, Beezie Madden, Adrienne Sternlicht and McLain Ward won the $150,000 Nations Cup CSIO4* over Ireland at the Winter Equestrian Festival in a rare jump-off on Saturday, March 2.

US NC teamThe winning USA team: Wilton Porter, Beezie Madden, Chef d’Equipe Robert Ridland, Adrienne Sternlicht, and McLain Ward, with Equestrian Sport Productions President Michael Stone and ringmaster Steve Rector. (Photo by Sportfot)It's always a great accomplishment to win a Nations Cup, but unfortunately this one does not count towards qualifying  for the Nations Cup Final in Barcelona this fall.

In the 18-year history of the Nations Cup at the WEF, there had only been one jump-off to determine the gold medal.

On Saturday, another jump-off was needed to determine the winner, and it gave the United States its seventh victory in the history of the class.

“This is what we were planning!” said Chef d’Equipe Robert Ridland of the team’s gold medal performance. “We’ve had two back-to-back Nations Cups, and rider selection is largely off the ranking lists. One of the prerequisites for these two teams was that we didn’t want to use the same horse. Beezie and McLain did both Nations Cups but on different horses. We also try to get the young riders experience that they haven’t had before. Wilton with his double clean in his debut – we’re going to bring him along as a good luck charm! That’s a pretty good way to start things off. It was a good day!” 

 

 Nine teams contested the Nations Cup in two rounds over a course set by Steve Stephens.

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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

WELLINGTON, Fla--Victoria Colvin on El Primero won the $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, the final leg of not only this year’s Deeridge Derby, but also the 2019 Palm Beach Masters Series® at Deeridge Farms.

VICTORIA COLVIN ON EL PRIMERO Overall ChVictoria Colvin and El Primero were the Overall Champions of the $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby at the Deeridge Derby (Photo by Kathy Russell Photography)The top 25 entries from the 42 that contested Saturday’s Classic Round returned for Sunday’s handy over the Phil DeVita-designed course.

Judges Linda Hough, Susie Schoellkopf, Walter T. “Timmy” Kees and Chance Arakelian gave El Primero and Colvin the highest two-round total score of 378.75.

Colvin and El Primero were the last to ride based on their leading performance in Saturday’s Classic Round.

With Saturday’s scores combined with Sunday’s handy points, plus credit for jumping the high options, the duo amassed an overall score of 378.75.

That gave them the win by a mere 1.25 points after Tracy Fenney on MTM Outbid put the pressure on with an exceptional handy round worth 199 points.

That pair finished on a 377.50 total to finish in the runner-up position, while Kelley Farmer on Enchanted was third with a 372.75 total score.

“After the first round yesterday, I could barely get El Primero going for the victory gallop, but today he had great energy,” said Colvin. “He jumped better than ever. He jumped so high at the first jump that I was waiting for him to come down. I had an unfortunate swap at the second jump, and after that I decided that I needed to be really handy, and I made the inside cut to the trot fence even though I had not planned to do that, but it all worked out.”

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  1. McLain Ward and Laura Chapot both post big wins again at WEF
  2. Victoria Colvin on El Primero won the Classic round on the Derby at the Palm Beach masters series
  3. Laura Graves on Verdades won again, this time the Grand Prix on Feb. 28
  4. Laura Chapot wins $50,000 Grand Prix while McLain Ward wins $72,000 1.50m Classic
  5. Jessica Springsteen named Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider
  6. Kasey Perry-Glass won the Dressage Festival's Grand Prix Freestyle
  7. David Oberkircher wins the $25,000 Under 25 Grand Prix at WEF
  8. U.S. team third in first qualifying Nations Cup for Barcelona Finals
  9. Brianne Goutal-Marteau on Cylana won the 1.30M Classic at the Turf Tour at Mida Farm
  10. Victoria Colvin wins Hunter Spectacular while Katie Johnson won the Developing Prix St. Georges
  11. Catherine Tyree wins the Grand Prix Qualifier at Palm Beach Masters
  12. Switzerland's Martin Fuchs just edged Kent Farrington in WEF's first 5* Grand Prix
  13. Adrienne Lyle won the Grand Prix Special at the Wellington Dressage Festival
  14. Six nations to compete in P.B. Masters Nations Cup
  15. Alex Granato scored a second victory at Palm Beach Masters, winning the $208,200 World Cup class
  16. Ben Maher won the Palm Beach Master $71,200 Classic
  17. Beezie Madden won WEF's $209,000 Grand Prix over McLain Ward and Kent Farrington
  18. Alex Granato, Danielle Goldstein and Jessie Springsteen place 1, 2, 3 in Palm Beach Masters World Cup Qualifier
  19. Laura Graves on Verdades wins a second Freestyle at the Dressage Festival
  20. Lauren Hough wins $36,000 WEF Challenge Cup
  21. Switzerland's Beat Mändli and Simba win $75,000 WEF Grand Prix
  22. Laura Graves debuts new Freestyle music and wows the crowd
  23. Laura Graves on Verdades wins the opening Grand Prix at WEF
  24. Scott Stewart on Bright Side won the Green Hunter 3’6” championship
  25. McLain Ward wins first jumper class of the 2019 Winter Equestrian Festival
  26. Laura Chapot & Callan Solem to compete at WEF & HITS Ocala
  27. The Palm Beach Masters Series expanded to include the Nations Cup
  28. Jessie Springsteen wins at the Masters Series in Paris
  29. McLain Ward wins $205,000 World Cup in Toronto and was Leading International Rider
  30. Jennifer Keeler and Katie Whaley win Combined Driving National Championships
  31. Boys dominated the ASPCA Championship, with Sam Walker winning over Brian Moggre
  32. Beezie Madden wins $250,000 World Cup qualifier at The National H.S., wins Leading Rider award
  33. Scott Stewart wins $50,000 Hunter Classic at The National H.S.
  34. Beezie Madden and Kent Farrington win at National H.S., Scott Stewart Leading Hunter Rider
  35. Frankie Thieriot Stutes on Chatwin wins the CCI3*Eventing National Championship at Fair Hill
  36. Beat Mändli, riding Dibatsja, wins Prix de Penn National, Beezie Madden Speed Champion
  37. Leslie Schillat wins the $10,000 North American League Adult Jumper Final at Pa. National H.S.
  38. Ashleigh Glorioso wins Pa. National Sidesaddle Championship
  39. Just Ask is Pa. National H.S. Grand Hunter Champion
  40. Cheshire repeats Hunt Night Championship at Pa. National H.S.
  41. Brian Moggre wins the Hunter Seat Medal Finals in Harrisburg
  42. Sophie Gochman is Jr. Jumper Champion at Pa. National, Zone 2 is 2nd in team competition
  43. Young, untested U.S. team 2nd in Nations Cup Consolation class
  44. Jessica Jo Tate on Faberge won DAD Freestyle, Tom Dvorak rode Cyrus to win the FEI Prix St. George at Dressage at Devon
  45. Buck Davidson wins Plantation Field 3* for 2nd year in a row
  46. Hart wins her 2nd WEG medal, Shoemaker & Trunnell also medal in Para-Dressage
  47. U.S. Driving team wins an historic gold medal, Chester Weber takes individual silver
  48. U.S show jumping team has four in top 16 individuals with McLain Ward finishing fourth
  49. The U.S. Driving team leads after the Marathon phase
  50. U.S. show jumping wins the team gold medal in a wild finish, qualifies for the Olympics
  51. U.S. show jumpers won gold in a jump-off with Sweden
  52. U.S. Driving team in first after Dressage, Marathon tomorrow
  53. After 2 rounds, the U.S. team and McLain Ward as an individual both stand 2nd in show jumping at WEG
  54. Rebecca Hart wins first ever Para-Dressage medal, a bronze, for the U.S.
  55. U.S. finishes eighth of 16 teams at WEG and misses qualification for the Olympics
  56. 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
  57. Belgium wins gold, the U.S. wins silver and bronze medals in Reining
  58. Despite a rough cross country day, the U.S. in 8th is one slot from qualifying for the Olympics. Dressage Freestyle is cancelled
  59. Belgium wins gold, the U.S. is silver and bronze medals in Reining
  60. The U.S. wins the silver medal in team dressage and Laura Graves wins the individual silver medal, the Freestyle is cancelled
  61. US wins fifth gold medal in Reining at World Equestrian Games
  62. Beezie Madden double clear in U.S. fourth place finish in Calgary nations Cup
  63. U.S. wins the Challenge Cup at FEI Youth Finals
  64. Willemena Horzepa and Doug King place one, two in Ludwig Corner's Mini Prix
  65. Letter to the editor
  66. The Barefield team wins at the Brandywine Polo Club
  67. McLain Ward on HH Gigi's Girl wins $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix
  68. Dominique Damico wins both $20,000 Grand Prix and $1,500 Hunter Prix at HITS Culpeper
  69. Zone 2 won gold medals in Children's and Junior/Amateur team championships while Zone 1 won gold in Adult Amateur
  70. Daisy Farish completes a hat trick with her individual gold medal in show jumping
  71. Paul Maye won the Advance Pair Horse Combined Driving Championship
  72. Morgan Ward on Cypress wins Hunter Derby at Monmouth at the Team
  73. Two champions at the Green Hunter Incentive Championships, Endeavor ridden by Patricia Griffith and Hemingway ridden by Sandy Ferrell
  74. Laura Kraut's double clear in Dublin Nations Cup makes a statement for making the U.S. World Equestrian Games team
  75. Samantha Takacs on Galianna wins Overall Green Hunter Pony Championship, Tessa Downey wins Pony Medal
  76. Mary Lisa Leffler won Welcome Stake in Vermont
  77. Laura Kraut on Greatfull wins at Hickstead
  78. Daisy Farish wins Overall Grand Champion in the Junior Hunter National Championships
  79. Daisy Farish wins Hunterdon Cup in Saugeries, N.Y.
  80. Olivia Dutton double clear show jumping on Mr. Mendicott on winning Area II Young Riders Eventing
  81. McLain Ward wins a class at Aachen on Clinta, Beezie Madden 6th best for U.S. in GP
  82. U.S. dressage team second in Aachen Nations Cup
  83. U.S. eventing fourth in Aachen
  84. New Jerseyans Morgan Ward and Candice King finish one, two in Vermont Grand Prix
  85. Laura Graves wins Aachen Grand Prix, U.S. show jumping team 5th in Nations Cup
  86. Candice King wins Welcome Stake at Vermont Festival, Katie McVeigh wins Hunter Derby
  87. 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
  88. Clementina Brown wins AO Championship at Summer Brandywine for third time
  89. Laura Chapot wins Lake Placid Grand Prix, Jimmy Torano wins Hunter Derby
  90. Will Coleman wins individual at Great Meadow Eventing 3* while Great Britain won the team competition
  91. Matthew Metell wins two, including the Grand Prix, and Morgan Ward won the Hunter Derby at Vermont Summer Festival
  92. Sandra Ferrell and Laena Romond Ride Hemingway and Traveller to USHJA Green Hunter Incentive East Championships
  93. Laura Chapot and McLain Ward both win two featured classes at Lake Placid
  94. A Kennett Square, Pa., resident, Clementina Brown was reserve AO champion at Brandywine Summer Shows
  95. Devin Ryan and Laura Chapot first and second in 1.40m at Lake Placid H.S.
  96. Kevin Babington Wins $75,000 Grand Prix at 49th Annual Lake Placid H. S,
  97. Ryan Wood won the $20,000 Preliminary Essex at the MARS Essex Horse Trials
  98. U.S. wins second consecutive Nations Cup bronze medal
  99. The U.S. team of Dressage Young riders placed sixth at Future Champions show in Europe
  100. U.S. wins bronze medal in Poland Nations Cup

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