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Lindsay Berreth

November 27, 2016

81 Horses Move Forward After Final Horse Inspection At Ocala Jockey Club International

Reddick, Fla. - Nov. 27   

Sixty-three CCI* and 18 CCI** horses will show jump today at the Ocala Jockey Club International.

This morning's final horse inspection saw four horses held in the CCI*; Joe Meyer's Fashion Forward, Laura Szeremi's Quatar Z, Reagan Lafleur's Bella Van Bruxvoort and Liz Halliday-Sharp's Elarona.

Halliday-Sharp was in second place with Elarona, but she withdrew the mare in the holding box. She still leads the division on Deniro Z.

Courtney Swartz withdrew My Son MJ overnight and did not present.

November 26, 2016

Brown and Super Socks BCF Fly To A Win At Ocala Jockey Club International CIC***

Reddick, Fla.—Nov. 26   

When the final scores of the CIC*** were announced after cross-country at the Ocala Jockey Club International today with Jonathan Holling and Downtown Harrison taking the win, Matt Brown and his wife Cecily decided to double-check his dressage test with Super Socks BCF one last time since Holling had taken the win by just .1.

November 25, 2016

Payne Prevails After An Influential Show Jumping At Ocala Jockey Club International

Reddick, Fla.—Nov. 25   

Doug Payne admitted he hates to lose, and he’s put himself in a pretty good position for a win following today’s influential show jumping at the Ocala Jockey Club International CIC***.

As one of nine double-clear rounds over Richard Jeffery’s course, Payne and Vandiver moved from a tie for third after dressage into the lead heading into tomorrow’s cross-country.

Payne has been paired with the 12-year-old Trakehner gelding (Windfall—Visions Of Grandeur, Mystic Replica XX), that he co-owns with Debi Crowley, for 18 months.

November 25, 2016

Davidson and Carlevo Hold Dressage Lead At The Ocala Jockey Club International CIC***

Reddick, Fla. - Nov. 25   

On Thanksgiving weekend most people are eating turkey, watching football with their families and shopping until they drop, but eventers aren't most people.

As the saying goes, if you build it, they will come, and a large group of riders packed their bags and headed to the inaugural Ocala Jockey Club International this weekend.

November 24, 2016

One To Watch: Ashley Johnson And Tactical Maneuver Will Bring A Newfound Confidence To The Ocala Jockey Club International

It took Ashley Johnson seven years to get to her first four-star, but she finally made it to the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** this spring with Tactical Maneuver.

Now the Ocala, Fla., local is bringing her special partner to the inaugural Ocala Jockey Club International CIC*** this weekend for a chance at some big prize money.

November 22, 2016

Carolina Horse Park No Longer Hosting Stoneybrook Steeplechase

The Board of Directors at the Carolina Horse Park has elected to discontinue hosting the Stoneybrook Steeplechase.

November 16, 2016

Fredericks Parts Ways With Canadian Eventing Team

As of the end of November, Clayton Fredericks will no longer be technical advisor to the Canadian eventing team.

Fredericks announced on his website that he is looking forward to continuing to coach up-and-coming Canadian riders and re-establishing himself as a top-level competitor. He’s spent four years at the helm of Canada’s program, culminating in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. 

November 5, 2016

Miller And Murphy Receive Yellow Cards At Virginia Horse Trials

The latest Fédération Equestre Internationale yellow card list was released on Nov. 2, and two U.S. riders were penalized at the Virginia Horse Trials, held Oct. 26-30 in Lexington.

October 26, 2016

Equestrian Canada To Pay Legal Costs In Jessica Phoenix Olympic Team Decision

On July 25, the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada published an arbitral decision stating that Canadian eventer Jessica Phoenix appealed to the SDRCC when she didn’t make the Olympic team. Phoenix won that case and replaced Kathryn Robinson on the team, and she went on to finish 38th in Rio de Janeiro with Donald Leschied’s A Little Romance. 

October 17, 2016

Smiles, Hugs And Big Efforts: Favorite Moments From Fair Hill International

Warm and dry fall weather meant it was a Dutta Corp. Fair Hill CCI for the record books this year. The leaves hadn’t quite changed as they have in the past, but that didn’t make it any less picturesque.

While the entries were smaller and the crowds a little less, it was a still a good weekend of sport. See all the Chronicle's Dutta Corp. Fair Hill CCI** and CCI*** coverage. Here are a few of my favorite photos from the weekend...

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