Andrew Ramsay and Winn Winn Conquer $50,000 Bluegrass Grand Prix to Wrap-Up Kentucky Spring Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taylor Renner   
Monday, 23 May 2016 15:30

The Kentucky Spring Classic, the second week of the Kentucky Spring Horse Shows series, concluded on Sunday with Andrew Ramsay taking home the blue ribbon in the finale event, the $50,000 Bluegrass Grand Prix, sponsored by Audi of Lexington, aboard a mount aptly named Winn Winn.

Ramsay has consistently finished with top placings on all of his mounts throughout the Kentucky Spring Horse Shows series and placed second in the Kentucky Spring Horse Show's $50,000 Commonwealth Grand Prix, behind Kristen Vanderveen and Bull Run's Eternal, with Cocq A Doodle.

Smith and Chartier Conclude Kentucky Spring Classic with Wins in Children’s Hunter Division PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sarah Harper   
Monday, 23 May 2016 15:27

The Kentucky Spring Classic concluded with picture perfect weather for Children’s Hunter riders in the Stonelea Ring Sunday. Alexandra Smith and Eclypse took home the championship in the Children’s 14 and Under Hunter Division as well as the overall Grand Champion Children’s Hunter prize sponsored by Visse Wedell at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 May 2016 15:34
Three-Peat Win for Todd Minikus and Quality Girl with $130,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3* Victory PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taylor Renner   
Sunday, 22 May 2016 12:18

The Kentucky Spring Classic's main event, the $130,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3*, was an unforgettable one as Todd Minikus (USA) and Quality Girl pulled off their third FEI win for the week. The win was extra meaningful to Minikus as it honored his dear friend and horsewoman Mary Rena Murphy.

"I've been coming to the horse park since before it was cool to come to the horse park," said Minikus. "Mary Rena was putting on the horse shows here and she used to give me a lot of grief. At the same time, she was very nice and helped me along quite a bit. She was an awesome lady and did a lot for the sport. It makes me very happy to win the grand prix with her name attached to it. Her entire family has been instrumental to the horse park and this whole facility for decades now."
Last Updated on Sunday, 22 May 2016 12:20
Aaron Vale and Madewell claim win in $5,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sarah Harper   
Sunday, 22 May 2016 12:16
ValeHunter riders braved the rain Saturday in the Stonelea ring to compete in the second leg of the $40,0000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby series. Aaron Vale and Madewell were on top in the $5,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby, followed by last week’s winner Geoffrey Hesslink and Esco in second place, and Ally Marrinan and At Last rounding out the top three. 
Annabel Revers and Quax Secure First Place in ASPCA Maclay for Second Year in a Row PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taylor Renner   
Saturday, 21 May 2016 17:29
Sixteen-year-old Annabel Revers of Weston, Massachusetts, rose to the top of 16 entries in Friday's ASPCA Maclay horsemanship class in the Stonelea Ring at the Kentucky Spring Classic aboard Beechwood Stables LLC's Quax.
Revers and Quax are frequent blue ribbon holders in the equitation ring, and even won the same class together at the 2015 Kentucky Spring Classic.
"It was a really nice way to start the weekend and to start my first show back after the winter," said Revers. "I just tried to ride it really smooth and relaxed. It wasn't too technical."
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