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Written by Cindy Bozan   
Thursday, 24 July 2014 22:27



 Please note the following changes:

Children's Jumpers have moved to the Covered Arena

Internediate Children's Hunter have been moved to the Annex Ring

The Medium Jr/AO Jumpers have been split

The High Jr/AO Jumpers have been split

The Grand Prix will begin at 7:00 PM.





Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 23:56
Written by Cindy Bozan   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 16:10

Due to a scheduling conflict at the Kentucky Horse Park,  the Alltech Arena will not be available for use by the Kentucky Hunter & Jumper Association Horse Show, August 20 - 24, 2014.  The Rolex Stadium will be utilized instead.

 Click here for an entirely revised schedule. 

Please note that classes 563, 564 & 565(High Schooling 1.30m) will not be offered.

Class 553 Medium Schooling Jumper will be offered at  8:00 am in the Rolex Stadium on Saturday, August 23rd.




Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 16:23
Tim Goguen and Character Capture Championship at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 00:18

At the end of today’s Kentucky Summer Classic Second Year Green Hunters, the hotly contested division championship had come down to a tie. Both Character, ridden by Tim Goguen, and Silhouette, ridden by John French, sat tied at 32 points, but with more points earned over fences it was Goguen and Character who claimed the division’s top title.

“He went nicely this week. He tried hard and ended up champion,” Goguen said of Character, a 12-year-old Westphalian gelding owned by Belhaven Stables LLC of Wellington, FL. “We got him the last week of the circuit in Florida, and he’s been pretty consistent. He’s a good horse.”

Goguen and Character came into today with a blue ribbon already under their belt from yesterday, and they added the points from a second and third place finish today to their cumulative tally. French and Silhouette also started the day with a blue ribbon in the under saddle class to their name, and they added one more win to their list with the victory in the Second Year Green Hunter Handy class.

Sharn Wordley and Popstar Lozonais Speed to Victory in 1.40m Open Jumpers at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rebecca Walton   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 00:12

Many top riders consider the Kentucky Horse Park horse heaven, and today, they took the opportunity to prepare their mounts for upcoming events during the Kentucky Summer Classic. With the fourth event in the Hagyard Challenge Series and the $50,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix, sponsored by GGT Footings, coming up in a few days, riders geared up by showing the in the 1.40m and 1.35m Open Jumpers. Sharn Wardley and Kyle Timm each respectively picked up top honors aboard their speedy mounts during the competition.

The 1.40m Open Jumper class tested riders’ speed and accuracy as they showed over 11 obstacles, which included an open water option and a vertical-oxer-vertical triple combination. Matt Cyphert was the first to test the speed over the track aboard Lochinvar, leaving all the rails in place and setting the pace to beat at 62.275 seconds. The score did not hold up for long though, as Sharn Wordley and Popstar Lozonais easily made their way over each fence leaving out strides and shaving the turns to break the beam at 58.977 seconds. Only one other rider would come close to challenging Wordley’s time, and that was Will Simpson aboard Katie Riddle, who clocked in at a clear 61.699 seconds, taking over the second place position and relegating Cyphert to third place.

“I wanted to go medium quick because there weren’t that many going fast,” admitted Wordley. “Some th

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 July 2014 00:23
Cardozo Kicks off Hunter Career with Evan Coluccio at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emily Riden   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 00:10

Cardozo just became a hunter three days ago, but today at the Kentucky Summer Classic he showed signs of a promising future ahead in his new found division. Evan Coluccio guided the 7-year-old Dutch Warmblood through his first hunter courses and to his first blue ribbon hunter win today in the High Performance Hunters at the Kentucky Horse Park.

“Today was his very first day ever doing hunters,” Coluccio said. “I was very proud of him. We did the Second Years as a bit of practice and to kind of work out kinks and get to know him a little. Literally, he just came to us [at Lane Change Farm] this weekend. He belongs to Ronnie Beard and Michael Dorman. He was a jumper. I think he was doing 1.30m classes.”

Coluccio continued, “They thought he was a little quiet for the jumpers, and he’s so careful and tries so hard that they thought maybe he would be better in this ring. He still has some parts to learn, but I think he’s going to be a natural at it.”

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