DEVON, Pa.--Many times Leading Hunter Rider Scott Stewart of Flemington, N.J., Victoria Colvin and Clenentina Brown of Kennett Square, Pa., will compete in hunter divisions at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair that runs May 25 to June 4.
Devon recognizes and thanks all of its exhibitors for their support, as their commitment to the legacy and importance of this event has allowed the world-class competition.
Scott Stewart is no stranger to the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair; the top hunter rider and trainer has been competing at this show for the last decade.
Stewart has won 17 Devon Leading Hunter Rider awards, which are presented to the rider who accumulates the highest number of points in the hunter division.
"Devon has always been my favorite show," said Stewart. "The feeling when you walk into the Dixon Oval is like no other. The history of the top hunter rounds I’ve seen in that ring is something that has been inspirational to me."
VICTORIA "Tori" Colvin has been an accomplished equestrian since she began riding and showing ponies at a young age and has continued to dominate in both the hunter and jumper rings as a professional.
She first made an impression at USEF Pony Finals, winning numerous championships over the years.
Colvin continued her childhood success with a record-breaking five Best Child Rider titles at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, in addition to countless junior hunter and equitation wins across the country.
"Every year at The Devon Horse Show new memories are made," said Colvin. "My favorite memory was when I was given the title of Best Child rider in the jumpers, equitation and hunters. Another fond memory I have of the show is the Ferris Wheel and the great tea sandwiches. I can’t wait to be back there soon!"
Clementina Brown has been involved in showing hunters from the lead line at Devon to all the pony divisions, the junior and equitation divisions and now the amateur/owner divisions.
"All of my many happy memories of showing at Devon are linked to my first time showing in the lead line class when, like everyone, I won a gorgeous ribbon with a gold medallion and a lollipop," said Brown. "I have felt the same delight every other time I have shown at this fabulous show. At Devon, everyone is a winner, no matter how many ribbons are actually won. It is always an honor and a privilege to show my horses there."