Pablo Barrios and Zara Leandra Launch to Lead in $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic at Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rebecca Walton   
Friday, 26 July 2013 14:42
PabloThe top riders in the country gathered to compete for the winning prize in tonight’s $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic, but in the 15-horse jump-off only the fastest and most accurate would have the chance at the prize money. Venezuela’s Pablo Barrios and Zara Leandra scored the lion’s share of the cash after making a mad dash across the finish line in a scorching 43.662     seconds for the win. The pair was two seconds faster than Kaitlin Campbell of Georgetown, KY, and her veteran partner Rocky W, who placed second, while Germany’s Christian Heineking picked up third place with NKH Selena.
Jill Knowles and Molly Sewell Earn Kentucky Summer Horse Show Championships PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Friday, 26 July 2013 14:36
JillIn English the phrase “c’est si bon” translates to “it’s so good.” It’s a fitting name for a horse who’s Performance 3’6” Hunter rounds today at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show were ‘so good.’ Jill Knowles and C’est Si Bon claimed the blue ribbon in the Performance 3’6” Handy Hunter class and the division championship today, the second day of the ‘AA’ rated show running now through July 28, 2013 at the Kentucky Horse Park. In the Green Conformation Hunters it was Molly Sewell and Satisfaction who took the top honors, while Shawn Casady and Ascot swept all five classes of the High Performance Hunters to claim the division title.

Knowles and C’est Si Bon, or “Bon Bon”, owned by Molly Zisook of Lake Forest, IL, came into the day with a first and second over fences yesterday and added a first and third over the Joseph Carnicom designed courses today.

This week marked the 8-year-old mares first time competing at the 3’6” height with Knowles, and she clearly took it all in stride.

“She’s a good girl and a really sweet, really nice horse. I’m very pleased with her. You just have to get her in front of your leg and then she’s very fun to ride,” Knowles shared. She handled the courses very well this week.”

Owner Molly Zisook has been competing C’est Si Bon successfully in the Children’s Hunters for a little over a year, making the move up to the Small Junior Hunters just recently, and she and the mare will return to the Stonelea Ring this weekend to compete in the division.

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Tatiana Dzavik and Dahlia Dominate 1.40m Open Jumpers at Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 25 July 2013 22:55
TatianaPerfect weather greeted riders as competition got underway during the Kentucky Summer Series at the Kentucky Horse Park. The Open Jumper riders gathered at the Rolex Stadium, where the first 1.40m Open Jumper class focused on speed and Tatiana Dzavik had the winning key with Dahlia. She topped Shane Sweetnam and Fineman by just 3/10ths of a second to claim the blue ribbon. The final event of the day was the 1.40m Open Jumper Table 2 Section 2b jump-off class. No one was able to perfect the jump-off, but with speed on his side, Pablo Barrios of Venezuela scored the top prize for his four-fault round on Ambosell. 
Professional Hunters Top Leader Board on First Day of Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Thursday, 25 July 2013 22:52

Beautiful, sunny skies, inviting hunter courses and top levels of competition greeted riders at the Kentucky Horse Park for the first day of the Kentucky Summer Horse Show. The Green Hunters kicked off the competition in the Stonelea Ring, where Colleen Acosta and Kelley Farmer each earned blue ribbons, while Molley Sewell dominated the Green Conformation Hunters. Shawn Casady and Ascot wrapped up the day with wins in the High Performance Hunters, while Kelly Mullen and Donato scored top calls in the Performance 3’6” Hunter division.

Kelley Farmer took home the first blue ribbon of the day in the Green Hunters riding Skorekeeper, owned by Larry Glefke and the Quail Run Partnership of Keswick, VA. The victory in the second round went to Colleen Acosta, riding with Limbo, owned by Sophia DePumpo of South Lake, TX.

“Skorekeeper has been fantastic,” Farmer shared. “Every time that he goes, he just gets better and better. He’s becoming more and more made and more straightforward all the time.”

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