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Schooling Hunter PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cindy Bozan   
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 15:01



2 Schooling Hunter Classes

Running at 2’ and 2’6”


Friday 7/28 in the Murphy Ring following the

Intermediate Children’s U/S


Class #260 and #261

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 15:05
Hunter Divisions Kick-Off on Opening Day of Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Annan Hepner   
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 23:35

outshinOn the opening day of the Kentucky Summer Horse Show at the Kentucky Horse Park, top hunter competitors were eager to head into the Stonelea Ring to kick-off competition. On Wednesday morning, Tim Goguen aboard Belhaven Stables LLC’s Perhaps led the way in the Green 3’6”/3’9” Hunter division after placing second in the first over fences round, winning the second over fences round and placing third in the under saddle. Goguen rode the talented gelding to a handful of championship titles at the Winter Equestrian Festival earlier in the season and he has mainly competed in the Pre-Greens. Robert Crandall and On the Slye are following behind in the division standings after winning the first over fences round and earning a red ribbon in the second round.

“Perhaps is a very scopey horse and I couldn’t be happier with him,” Goguen said. “He’s a good jumper. I was surprised he was as direct in there today but it went well. I was really pleased with him.”

In the High Performance Conformation Hunter division, Kathryn Haley of Colts Neck, New Jersey, won both over fences classes on Outshine, a 9-year-old Warmblood gelding owned by Alexandra Worthington. The pair placed second in the under saddle behind Jeff Gogul and Cortese.

“Outshine felt great! This is a warm-up division for him, so it was nice to see him come out, really behave and win a couple of classes,” Haley said. “He’s actually an equitation horse. He’s a very beautiful horse — he’s got a great coat and he’s very smooth. I think that’s his biggest quality.” 

Reserve Your VIP Spectator Table Now in Bluegrass Jockey Club for Kentucky Summer Series and Bluegrass Festival PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rebecca Walton   
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 11:56

Now is the time when equestrian athletes, trainers, horse owners, and spectators all descend upon the Kentucky Horse Park in the midst of the sprawling Lexington countryside to participate in the Kentucky Summer Horse Show Series and Bluegrass Festival. Those wishing for the premier horse show experience now have a multitude of package options to choose from to enhance their time at the Horse Park with exclusive VIP Spectator Table seating adjacent to the Rolex Stadium or the Walnut Ring.

The Bluegrass Jockey Club tables offer exclusive seating to VIP Spectator Table holders, with an array of options offered for lunch each day, as well as dinner on certain evenings prior to highlight night classes. Being only a few steps away from the rings and its schooling areas makes it convenient for both trainers and riders to sit down, relax and enjoy a meal in between classes, as well as for spectators to view their family, friends, and favorite athletes.

Each morning will feature a continental breakfast, HD TV monitors will display the live happenings in the Rolex Stadium, and table holders will have access to VIP parking for their cars and golf carts in addition to complimentary wireless Internet. Make sure not to miss your chance to entertain in comfort with the top-notch seating available during the four weeks of the Kentucky Summer Series and the Bluegrass Festival.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 23:43
Spycoast PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cindy Bozan   
Thursday, 06 July 2017 00:53
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 July 2017 00:56
Santiago Lambre Saves the Best for Last in the $40,000 Bluegrass Grand Prix PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lenor Brown Philips   
Thursday, 25 May 2017 13:59

The Kentucky Spring Classic came to a close today with a full day of Grand Prix show jumping action in the Rolex Stadium. The final day of competition held not only the $25,000 Under 25 Grand Prix, presented by Hollow Creek Farm, but also the $40,000 Bluegrass Grand Prix, presented by Audi of Lexington as well as the jump off round for the $130,000 Mary Rena Murphy CSI3* Grand Pix. Alex Granato was the quickest ride in the jump off class, earning him the win in the event that was originally scheduled to be held on Saturday evening after the Preakness Stakes. Eugenio Garza took home the blue ribbon in the Under 25 Grand Prix and Santiago Lambre stole the win in the Bluegrass Grand Prix to finish two weeks of top notch hunter and jumper competition. Lambre was also awarded the Kentucky Spring Classic Leading Rider Award, presented by Envisian Products, LLC.

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