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Sharn Wordley Claims Win in 1.40m Open Jumpers at Bluegrass Festival Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lauren Baker   
Thursday, 18 August 2016 15:54
Sharn

As the jumper action began on Wednesday in the Rolex Arena, it was Sharn Wordley and Glamour Van De Kakebeek who brought home the blue ribbon in the $5,000 1.40m Open Jumper division at the Bluegrass Festival Horse Show.

The Rolex Arena was filled with intricate sand sculptures, fully decorated and ready for the USHJA International Hunter Derby Finals, which begin on Friday. Despite the decorations and the light rainfall, Wordley and Glamour Van De Kakebeek navigated the course successfully, going clear in a time of 66.018 seconds.

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 August 2016 15:56
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Jenny Karazissis and Puissance R Lead USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Championship at Bluegrass Festival Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lauren Baker   
Wednesday, 17 August 2016 10:33
jenny

For Jenny Karazissis, making the journey to Kentucky from Calabasas, California has already proven to be worthwhile. Karazissis and Puissance R bested a field of 132 top-caliber entries to win round one of the 2016 USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Championship at the Bluegrass Festival Horse Show on Tuesday.

Going later in the order, Karazissis unseated Scott Stewart and Storm Watch from the top spot, taking over his score of 261.5 points with her score of 262.5 points. The course provided the riders with an option from fence one to two, with two lines available to choose from.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 August 2016 10:37
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Fourth Year is A Charm – Kyla Sullivan Earns Second Tricolor in Two Days at U.S. Pony Finals PDF Print E-mail
Written by Caroline Nickolaus   
Saturday, 13 August 2016 10:18
Charm

The Medium Green Pony Hunters boasted a grand total of 67 entries on the fourth day at the U.S. Pony Finals, and it was Kyla Sullivan aboard Back Country Farm’s Not So Secret that reigned supreme. Sullivan was also reserve champion on Thursday in the Small Pony Hunters with A Dream Come True, owned by DK-USA Sporthorse LLC.

Sullivan is 12 years old and trains with Jill and Sydney Shulman at the Greenwich, Connecticut-based Back Country Farm. Although this is Sullivan’s fourth time at the prestigious U.S. Pony Finals, this year proved to be extra successful. Being able to block everything out and concentrate on putting in a solid round is just one of many of Sullivan’s strengths.

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Claire Campbell Rides to the Top in Small Pony Hunter Division at U.S. Pony Finals PDF Print E-mail
Written by Caroline Nickolaus   
Friday, 12 August 2016 12:02
Claire

The “hurry up and wait motto” is all too familiar to people who frequently horse show. Waiting around all day to compete when you’re currently in the lead from the first day can make even the most laid-back people nervous. Top off the building anxiety with the pressure of riding around in the Walnut Arena with everyone eagerly watching your every move. For Claire Campbell, sitting around all day to go did not seem to faze her in the slightest.

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So Enchanted and Caroline Passarelli Earn Small Green Pony Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lauren Baker   
Friday, 12 August 2016 01:04
Passsarelli

For Caroline Passarelli, her sixth time at the U.S. Pony Finals proved to be the charm, as the young rider earned her first championship aboard So Enchanted in the Small Green Pony division with a total score of 1052.4 points.

“So Enchanted was an incredible pony to win my first championship on,” Passarelli said, beaming. “I knew the pony was capable, I just didn’t want to let myself get in my head. She’s really, truly impeccable, and I think it’s rare to find one that excels so well in the model, hack and over fences. She’s wonderful.”

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