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Lindsay Maxwell and Precedent Take the Title of Amateur Owner Hunter Grand Champion PDF Print E-mail
Written by Barre Dukes   
Sunday, 29 July 2018 13:04
Saturday morning in the Stonelea Ring at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show began with Amateur Owner Hunter competition where Lindsay Maxwell and her own Precedent captured the Amateur Owner 3’3” Hunter Championship to ultimately claim the Amateur Owner Hunter Grand Championship, generously sponsored by Visse Wedell.

Maxwell and the 7-year-old Oldenburg gelding nearly swept the Amateur Owner 3’3” Hunter over fences, which was California split, claiming the win in two of the three over fences classes in Section B across Friday and Saturday’s competition. The pair also bested all other entries to win the under saddle in Section B in Precedent’s first outing at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Last Updated on Sunday, 29 July 2018 13:33
David Oberkircher Dominates Rolex Stadium During Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 July 2018 14:14
Oberkircher, who arrived in Kentucky on Thursday, dominated the day by winning the both the Medium and High Junior/Amateur Owner jumpers. In the Medium division, Oberkircher piloted Castelino Van De Helle to a win over a field of 28 entries with a double clean effort and quick jump off time that clocked in at 34.907.
Last Updated on Saturday, 28 July 2018 14:20
Beata Buckley and Northface Ride to First Place in ASPCA Maclay PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 28 July 2018 14:07
The first round tested riders over fences with two tight rollbacks and a double combination where the top 12 horse-and-rider combinations returned to the second round for a flat phase. Buckley and the 9-year-old Holsteiner gelding proved flawless after two phases to capture the victory while James Faloni and Acido 7 were awarded the second place ribbon and Alivia Kohus claimed third with Cristallo’s Carlchen P.
Thursday’s are for the Boys: Chris Ewanouski Tops the $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 July 2018 12:49
The $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic proved to be a challenge for the 41 horse and rider combinations that were entered on first Thursday of the Kentucky Summer Horse Show Series. Only three riders, all men, were able to make it over the long course, designed by Kentucky’s favorite course designer: Bobby Murphy. In the end, Chris Ewanouski and Castle Point Farm’s Binja raced across the timers to take home the top honors with a time of 38.906 seconds. Alex Granato and Carlchen W came in second with a time of 39.456 seconds, while Australia’s Scott Creech and Chicco W rounded out the top three spots with a time of 41.741 seconds.
Kelley Farmer and Because Best Competition to Capture Professional Hunter Grand Championship at Kentucky Summer Horse PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 27 July 2018 12:45
Kelley Farmer and Aizlynn Radwanski’s Because started off the Kentucky Summer Horse Show in the same winning fashion in which they left the Kentucky Spring series by riding to the top to claim the Professional Hunter Grand Champion award, generously presented by Visse Wedell.

Farmer and the 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding Because bested the High Performance Hunter division to claim the championship tricolor as well. The pair was unbeatable Thursday, winning both the High Performance Working Hunter and the High Performance Handy Hunter over fences. Wednesday Farmer rode the gelding to victory in the High Performance Working Hunter over fences and under saddle. They claimed the second place ribbon in both the High Performance Conformation Hunter over fences and under saddle as well as in the High Performance Working Hunter over fences.
Last Updated on Friday, 27 July 2018 12:49
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