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Madeline Jordan and Libbie Gordon Lead the Victory Gallop at 2017 USEF Pony Finals PDF Print E-mail
Written by Elaine Wessel   
Sunday, 13 August 2017 13:25
victoryThe 2017 USEF Pony Finals returned for the second-to-last day of hunter competition Friday, with Madeline Jordan and Shamrock hoisting the title of Medium Green Pony Hunter Champions, and Libbie Gordon, with her second championship of the week, aboard Small Wonder claiming the rosette in the Large Green Pony Hunters. It was undoubtedly a special day for both young riders and their families, but especially so for Jordan, as she returned to the saddle just over a year ago after a debilitating accident that led to a broken leg and brain injury, among other injuries.
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Alexandra Duvin and Jorge Gomez Win Jumper Classics on Final Day of Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lenore Brown-Phillips   
Monday, 07 August 2017 11:11
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On the final day of the Kentucky Summer Classic, Alexandra Duvin bested a field of 41 horse-and-rider combinations to claim the victory in the WIHS/NAL Children’s Jumper Classic, sponsored by Equithrive, aboard King Chacco. In the WIHS/NAL Adult Amateur Jumper Classic, sponsored by Hallway Feeds, it was Dr. Jorge Gomez and Dallas De La Bonnett who topped the leaderboard.

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Adam Edgar and Fox Creek’s Antony Quinn Claim Grand Pony Hunter Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Annan Hepner   
Monday, 07 August 2017 11:06
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Small, medium and large ponies took over the hunter rings to compete for the sought-after Grand Pony Hunter Championship on Sunday at the Kentucky Summer Classic. Adam Edgar saved the best for last, winning the final pony hunter class of the day, the Large Pony B Hunters, aboard Fox Creek’s Antony Quinn, a 13-year-old owned by Dianna Orona. The pair also earned the Grand Pony Hunter Championship title in the Stonelea Ring.

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Luis Biraben Earns Hard-Fought Win in $50,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lenore Brown-Phillips   
Sunday, 06 August 2017 12:16
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The conditions could not have been more perfect for an evening grand prix in the Rolex Stadium on Saturday night. The $50,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix saw 43 entries that competed over a course designed by Mexican course designer Florencio Hernandez. While the course did not initially seem daunting in size or technicality, only four riders returned for the jump-off. In the end, Luis Biraben of Argentina triumphed by completing the jump-off in a time of 43.737 seconds on his 8-year-old gelding Eres Tu. Hot on his heels was Martien Van Der Hoeven on Zerro Leone who gave a double-clear effort in 46.134 seconds. Young rider Kaely Tomeu finished third on Siboney Ranch’s Gentille and Amanda Derbyshire rounded out the top four on Luibanta BH, who is owned by Gochman Sporthorses LLC.

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Jeff Gogul Maintains USHJA National Hunter Derby Winning Streak 

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Written by Annan Hepner   
Sunday, 06 August 2017 12:12
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On a beautiful afternoon at the Kentucky Summer Classic, Jeff Gogul continued to dominate the $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby, sponsored by the World Equestrian Center and Kentucky Horse Shows, LLC. During the first week of the Kentucky Summer Horse Shows, Gogul of Wilmington, Ohio, won the derby aboard Cortese, a 7-year-old gelding owned by Stadium Horses LLC. He returned to the Stonelea Ring on Saturday to top the leaderboard with Quite Ruffy, a 15-year-old Swedish Warmblood gelding owned by Pamela Kahn. The pair won the Cleveland Derby in July and placed tenth in last week’s derby at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show.

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