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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...

October 16, 2016

Little Claims First And Second At Fair Hill CCI***

Elkton, Md.—Oct. 16

Throughout the weekend Marilyn Little’s mares RF Demeter and RF Scandalous swapped places on top of the leader board at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International CCI***, and today it was the greener RF Scandalous who took home the win after jumping a clear round over Sally Ike’s track.

Rf Scandalous led after dressage, and “Demi” took over the lead after a double-clear cross-country round yesterday, but she dropped a rail in the first part of the triple combination today giving her the runner up spot.

October 16, 2016

Brannigan and Stella Artois Seal the Fair Hill CCI** Win

Elkton, Md.—Oct 16

Coming into the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International Jennie Brannigan knew Stella Artois was in for a big win, she just wasn’t quite expecting it this weekend.

But the talented Hanoverian mare stepped up to the plate today and sealed the win in the CCI** with a clear show jumping round over Sally Ike’s course.

Fifteen of 34 pairs jumped clear today, including second placed Emily Beshear and Silver Night Lady, and Lauren Kieffer and Landmark’s Monaco, who were third.

October 16, 2016

After Final Horse Inspection 65 Will Show Jump At Fair Hill CCI

Elkton, Md. - Oct. 16   

Thirty-two horses presented in the CCI*** this morning at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International and 31 will show jump this afternoon. Booli Selmayr was sent to the holding box and withdrew before reinspection.

In the CCI**, 34 presented and all will show jump. McKena Knott and Flanigan did not present.

Show jumping for the CCI** begins at 10:30 a.m., followed by the CCI*** at 1:30 p.m.

For full results, click here.

October 15, 2016

Brannigan And Stella Artois Rise To The Top Of The Fair Hill CCI**

Elkton, Md. - Oct. 15   

Jennie Brannigan’s experienced incredible highs and incredible lows at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International.

In 2014 she won the CCI*** with Cambalda but in 2009, her top horse Cooper injured himself in show jumping during the CCI*** and was later euthanized due to complications.

Now she’s on top of the CCI** after cross-country with Stella Artois, a special mare with a connection to her past.

October 15, 2016

Little Stays One-Two After An Influential Cross-Country Day At Fair Hill CCI***

Elkton, Md.—Oct. 15

Marilyn Little headed out on to Derek di Grazia’s CCI*** course today at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International on two very different mares, but she brought them both home clear and fast to hold onto the top two spots on the leader board.

October 14, 2016

Little Holds The Top Two Spots At Fair Hill CCI***

Elkton, Md.—Oct. 14   

No one could catch Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous’ dressage score (41.5) today at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International CCI***, but Little challenged her own lead with RF Demeter, and ended up in second (44.6).

Ryan Wood and Powell, who’ve been on a roll this season, slotted into third with a 45.0.

“Demi,” a 14-year-old Oldenburg mare owned by Jacqueline Mars, Raylyn Farms and Patrick White, has had a light season because she’s so experienced and Little wanted to target Fair Hill.

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