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Speed Demons Brian Moggre and MTM Flutterby Blaze to Win $50,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix PDF Print E-mail
Written by ANNAN HEPNER   
Sunday, 04 August 2019 11:20
On a picturesque  summer evening at the Kentucky Horse Park, 28 horse-and-rider combinations attempted to maneuver the course designed by Bobby Murphy for the $50,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix. A myriad of fences came down in the first round for the majority of the athletes with only six pairs advancing to the jump-off. It was a race of speed in the 8-effort jump-off with riders thundering across the Rolex Stadium trying to overtake their competitors to the cheer of the crowd. At the end, Brian Moggre swiftly navigated the course on Major Wager LLC’s MTM Flutterby to add another grand prix win to his resume. Moggre overtook Jimmy Torano’s impressive time of 44.857 seconds by the skin of his teeth, breaking the timers in only  44.727 seconds, only a mere .13 seconds to spare. Torano finished the class in second place on Glasgow De Muze, while Ireland’s Darragh Kerins placed third on Carlos JD Z.
Jennifer Waxman and Dominic Gibbs Dominate $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by CAT CONNOR   
Sunday, 04 August 2019 11:17
The $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby, sponsored by World Equestrian Center/Kentucky Horse Shows LLC was the feature class in the Stonelea Ring Saturday at the Kentucky Summer Classic. Sixty-nine hunters took center stage to compete for the title that were broken down into two sections, Pro and Non-Pro. In the Pro section, Jennifer Waxman rode Elm Rock LLC’s Codex 22 to the win followed by Jeff Gogul and Robert Stables LLC’s Snowbird in second, while Dominic Gibbs rode Erin Gibbs’ Perseus YC to first place in the Non-Pro section with Savannah Sugar on her own Boccaccio coming in second.
Ellie Ferrigno and Discovery-O Go Clear to Top High Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumpers PDF Print E-mail
Written by ANNAN HEPNER   
Saturday, 03 August 2019 13:31
The final class on Friday in the Rolex Stadium during the Kentucky Summer Classic, the High Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumpers, saw a field of nine horse-and-rider combinations vye for the blue ribbon. As the only double-clear performance over Bobby Murphy’s 1.35-40m course, Ellie Ferrigno topped the leaderboard on Discovery-O, breaking through the timers in 42.904 seconds. Mallory Vale on Elusive and Lindsey Strafuss on Calmaro 12 finished in second and third place, respectively.
Kat Fuqua and Cupido Z Earn Grand Junior Hunter Title at the Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by CAT CONNOR   
Saturday, 03 August 2019 13:29
Junior Hunters closed out the Stonelea Ring Friday at the Kentucky Summer Classic with the presentation of the Grand Junior Hunter Championship presented by Visse Wedell. The top honor was presented to the horse and rider combination that accumulated the most points over two days of competition in either the 3’3” or 3’6” sections of the Junior Hunter division. This week, it was Kat Fuqua and Cupido Z that reigned supreme.
Samantha Schaefer ‘Kicks Through The Timers’ to Win $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic Aboard Zarina De Vidau PDF Print E-mail
Written by ANNAN HEPNER   
Friday, 02 August 2019 13:06
It was a competitive contingency of athletes entered in Thursday evening’s $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic with 26 entries from eight different countries. With the only double-clear performance of the evening, Samantha Shaefer and Zarina De Vidau rode away with the $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic. The rider currently sitting on top of the Hagyard Challenge Series Leading Rider rankings, Brian Moggre, blazed through the jump-off on MTM Flutterby but brought down a rail in the final oxer to finish in second place. Liza Finsness rounded out the top three on Shiver.
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