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Schedule Changes for Thursday July 30 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cindy Bozan   
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 21:56

Involving the following classes:

 

Thursday
- 130, 131 + 134 Large Green Pony Hunter moves to the Murphy Ring
- 120, 121 + 124 Small Green Pony Hunter moves to the Claiborne Ring and will be split into two sections
 - Medium Ponies will be split into two sections

 

Friday
- 132 + 133 Large Green Pony Hunter moves to the Murphy Ring and will be split into two sections
- Medium Ponies will be split into two sections
- 122 + 123 Small Green Pony Hunter moves to the Claiborne Ring
- 368 THIS Medal & 367 Ariat Adult Medal move to the Alltech Arena following class 392
- 357 USEF Pony Medal-Mediums move to the Annex following class 314

 

Saturday
- 160, 161, 164 Adult Amateur Htr 18-35 move to the Stonelea Ring following class 86
- 154 Large Pony U/S, 174 Adult Amateur Htr 50+ U/S, 169 Adult Amateur 36-49 U/s will run in the Claiborne Ring.
- 290 + 291 Intermediate Adult Hunter moves to the Annex Ring

 

Sunday
- 359 + 361 WIHS Pony Eq moves to Annex Ring

 
Bluegrass Festival Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cindy Bozan   
Saturday, 25 July 2015 13:55

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
REGARDING 
THE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL


 Due to the number of entries received for the Bluegrass Festival Horse Show August 11-16, the supply of stalls has been exhausted and we will no longer be able to accept stall requests for that show. This includes the USHJA International Hunter Derby Championship and the USHJA Pre Green Incentive Championship. Any stall requests received after July 25, 2015 will be placed on a WAIT LIST. Exhibitors on the WAIT LIST will be notified if stalls become available. We are still able to accept stall requests for the KHJA Horse Show August 19-23 only.
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Last Updated on Saturday, 25 July 2015 13:58
 
Blue for Brett Burlington in $25,000 U25 Grand Prix at Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Monday, 27 July 2015 13:24
Brett

Fresh off a successful week at the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC), rising star Brett Burlington returned to the Rolex Stadium ready to give it her all during Sunday’s $25,000 Under 25 Grand Prix at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show. 

Out of 24 horse-and-rider combinations that attempted the Alan Wade-designed course, Burlington and Anders Wictor L were one of only three entries to advance to the jump off. Burlington was the final rider to go clear, joining previous qualifiers David Blake and Lorcan Gallagher. 

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Molly Sewell and EL Raymond Ride to the Win in $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby at Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Monday, 27 July 2015 13:23
Molly

When it comes to winning the $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show, Molly Sewell and EL Raymond are two-for-two. The pair won the class last year at the Kentucky Horse Park, and they returned on Sunday to do it again this year. 

“He never lets me down,” Sewell smiled following her victory “I think we’ve been in the top four of every derby that we’ve ever done – usually winning because that’s what Raymond does.” 

At 17 years old, the Warmblood gelding is owned and regularly competed in the Adult Amateurs by Leslie Campbell and can still out jump and outshine horses half his age, as he did on Sunday. 

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Vivian Yowan, Tyler Petrie Top Junior 16-17 Hunter Divisions at Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Sunday, 26 July 2015 11:43
VivianYoung rider Vivian Yowan proves time after time that she can do it all, whether she’s riding her way to individual gold at the North American and Junior Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC), winning in the jumper ring or claiming top honors in the hunters at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show.

As the Small Junior 16-17 Hunters began, Yowan and her own Ransom came ready to win, delivering two smooth rounds to boost them to the top of the pack. Scores of 89 and 88 earned the duo both blue ribbons over fences, with a fifth place finish in the under saddle rounding out their scorecard.

“I've had Ransom for two years now,” Yowan said. “I love him. I always feel like I can count on him.”
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