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Kentucky Spring Horse Show
May 6 – 10, 2015
Kentucky Spring Classic
May 13 – 17, 2015 
Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships
Presented by Gotham North
July 14 - 19, 2015 
Kentucky Summer Horse Show
July 22 – 26, 2015
Kentucky Summer Classic
July 28 - August 2, 2015
USEF Pony Finals
August 4 – 9, 2015
Bluegrass Festival Horse Show
August 11 – 16, 2015
KHJA Horse Show
August 19 – 23, 2015


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Christopher Payne Tops Hallway Feeds Leading Rider Standings PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rebecca Walton   
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:53

The fifth event in the 2014 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby Series was held last Sunday at the Kentucky Horse Park during the Bluegrass Festival Horse Show. Coming back from two second place finishes during the first two weeks of the Kentucky Summer Series, Christopher Payne took home the winning honors with Harlen during the highlight event, increasing his lead in the Hallway Feeds Leading Rider standings.

The Hallway Feeds Series consists of seven national hunter derby events to be held during the 2014 show series at the Kentucky Horse Park. 


Following the final event, cash prizes totaling $15,000 will be awarded to the series’ leading riders. Molly Sewell has jumped ahead of the winner from the Kentucky Summer Classic, Steve Heinecke, taking over the second place position after placing second on Sunday. Heinecke now sits in the third place position. Vivian Yowan leads the Junior standings, while Adele Norton leads the Amateur standings.

The USHJA National Hunter Derby program is in its fifth year and is growing in prestige and popularity. Amateurs, juniors and professional riders are eligible to compete, giving it a broad base of support and interest. The $15,000 Hallway Feeds Leading Rider Awards will present a $10,000 cash prize to the professional rider accumulating the most points in the seven classes that make up the Series. The amateur rider and junior rider accumulating the most points will each receive a $2,500 cash prize. Riders will receive points only on their highest placed horse in each of the classes. The awards will be presented at the conclusion of the Hallway Feeds class at the Kentucky National Horse Show on September 20, 2014.

Pablo Barrios Furthers Lead in Hagyard Challenge Series Standings PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:52
PablePablo Barrios has all but wrapped up the $50,000 Leading Rider Bonus in Hagyard Challenge Series, but the race for the $10,000 bonus being awarded to the second place finisher is just heating up. Barrios and Antares captured the top prize during Friday’s $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic, which coupled with three other wins gives him a clear lead in the standings.

However, Friday’s second place finisher Ramiro Quintana is just 150 points away from Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam in the standings. Sweetnam took home the victory during the Kentucky Summer Classic, but Quintana’s consistent efforts have also kept him in the running for the second place spot and a chance for $10,000. 
Don’t Rain on Christopher Payne and Harlan’s Parade, Winners of $5,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:51

Despite a consistent drizzle for most of Sunday afternoon, the $5,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby displayed 46 horse and rider pairs, with Christopher Payne and Harlan claiming the blue ribbon. Molly Sewell aboard El Raymond took second place.

While observers and waiting mounts stood under trees and other cover, rider and horses tried to navigate the course with ease and fluidity. Payne said he liked today’s course, which featured an interesting set-up and a Hallway Feed jump as the Derby’s sponsor.

“It was an interesting course because all the jumps were kind of in the middle of the ring, there weren’t any outside lines so it was a lot of curves and turns, which seemed to work well for me,” said Payne.

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