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Vivian Yowan Takes Sweeping Victory with Parker in Junior Hunters at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ashley N. Williams   
Friday, 03 August 2012 16:27
Yowan The third day of the Kentucky Summer Classic welcomed Junior riders to the Stonelea Arena. The Kentucky Horse Park was alive with hunter action as the best horse and rider combinations competed for top honors during their respective divisions in the Small Junior 15 and Under Hunters, Small 16-17 Junior Hunters, Large 15 and Under Junior Hunters and Large 16-17 Junior Hunters. It was Vivian Yowan who made a first day impression, sweeping the Large 15 and Under Junior Hunters with Parker.

Today, Vivian Yowan did not disappoint in the Small Junior Hunter divisions, shining aboard several top mounts. She rode two mounts to the peak of the standings in the Small 15 and Under Junior Hunters, securing the day’s top scores aboard Charming and Friday Night. Atop Charming, owned by Boggs Hill of Lexington, KY, Yowan rode to the blue ribbon in the first over fences. She also showed Friday Night, owned by KAR LLC of New York, NY, to the second place award just behind Charming, as well as the fourth place award for their efforts in the second round. 
Kaitlin Campbell and Rocky W Lead $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kendall Bierer   
Friday, 03 August 2012 16:25
CampbellThe Rolex Stadium was alive with the nation’s top horse and rider combinations gathering to compete beneath the lights in the $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic during the Kentucky Summer Classic. Kaitlin Campbell and Rocky W topped tonight’s seven-horse jump-off with a beautiful double-clear effort. Campbell also was the last to compete with Grand Pleasure, riding to the only other double-clear score and nabbing the second place prize. 

Forty-eight riders tackled tonight’s opening track, designed by Anthony D’Ambrosio. For the first round, riders had to show over a triple bar, an open water jump, an oxer-vertical double combination, and a vertical-oxer-vertical triple combination. Faults were wide spread throughout the course, causing many riders to incur penalties that proved costly to their qualification for the jump-off. *Fence seven was the open water jump off of a right turn from an oxer coming out of the ending line of the double combination, and shortly after was followed by a five-stride line leading into the square triple combination. Nine horses had rails at obstacle seven, while 13 horses saw fault in the triple combination, and 10 horses went on to add penalties to their score throughout the double.
Louise Serio Leads 2012 Hallway Feeds National Hunter Derby Series; Shawn Casady In Second With Recent Victory PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kendall Bierer   
Friday, 03 August 2012 16:23

It was a nail-biter on Sunday evening as Louise Serio and Shawn Casady vied for the top spot in the $5,000 Hallway Feeds National Hunter Derby. It is professional rider Louise Serio who continues to hold the lead after the third part of the 2012 $45,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby came to a conclusion on Sunday, July 29, 2012 during the Kentucky Summer Horse Show. The Hallway Feeds Series consists of six national hunter derby events held during the 2012 show series at the Kentucky Horse Park. Following the final event, cash prizes totaling $15,000 will be awarded to the series’ leading riders.

Cold Harbor and Hunt Tosh Burn White Hot In Regular Conformation Hunters at Kentucky Summer Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ashley N. Williams   
Thursday, 02 August 2012 13:17

Top riders prepared their mounts to take on the second day of the Professional Hunters and Performance Hunters, to win the Kentucky Summer Classic championship awards for their respective divisions. First Year Working Hunters saw Holly Orlando and Cornerstone surpass all competition to take the top call, while Christopher Payne proved true to form, winning the championship in his divisions aboard both talented steeds, Lugano and Holden.  As foreseen from yesterday’s division sweeps, Hunt Tosh guided two horses, Lone Star and Cold Harbor, to their rightful titles of champion. 

The assembly of the course today varied with single vertical to oxer lines. Designed by Danny Moore, the picturesque arena was designed with bright shrubbery and natural arrangements, and a log trot jump, which loomed as the closing obstacle of the handy class.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 August 2012 13:26
Aaron Vale and Spirit of Alena Capture Young Jumper Victory at Kentucky Summer Horse Show PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kendall Bierer   
Thursday, 02 August 2012 13:15
ValeRiders of the top caliber competed this afternoon at the Kentucky Horse Park to commence the second day of the Kentucky Summer Classic. The Young Jumpers took center stage as the sun sat overhead the Rolex Stadium, competing in the Six–Year-Old and Seven/Eight-Year-Old Jumper classes. Christian Heineking and Aaron Vale captured today’s victories in their respective classes.

Anthony D’Ambrosio designed today’s technical tracks, including a liverpool, a vertical-vertical double combination, an oxer-vertical double combination, and several turns and bending lines. In the Seven/Eight-Year-Old Young Jumper, Aaron Vale completed an excellent first round with Spirit of Alena owned by Campos and Miranda Investments of Ocala, FL, to advance to the immediate jump-off. They left all rails in their cups as they broke the beam in a timely 33.643 seconds to claim the first place prize. 
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