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Lindsay Berreth

May 12, 2015

Amateurs Like Us: Kirsten Buffamoyer Has Several Irons In The Fire

A typical day for Kirsten Buffamoyer might include riding her three horses, working on her fledgling sport horse classifieds website, managing the boarding facility she runs, raising reining horses and helping out her husband, David, with his Premier Equine Insurance business, but she somehow manages to find the time to campaign her Thoroughbred Jim at the two-star level.

May 12, 2015

Jessica Phoenix Recovering From Serious Fall At Jersey Fresh

Canadian Olympian Jessica Phoenix was seriously injured in a fall on the CCI** cross-country course at the Jersey Fresh International Horse Trials in Allentown, N.J., on May 9.

Phoenix was riding Exultation, an 11-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Sea Wall—Peek A Boo Ruckus) that has been competing at the two-star level since last year.

Phoenix, 31, Cannington, Ontario, was the second rider of the day out on cross-country in the CCI** and was sitting in 16th place after dressage.

May 10, 2015

Reggie Racks Up A Jersey Fresh CCI*** Win

Allentown, N.J. - May 10   

For all the places Ballynoe Castle RM has been around the world with Buck Davidson and all the blue ribbons they’ve brought home, surprisingly, the gelding has never won a CCI at any level.

So to earn the Jersey Fresh CCI*** win today was special to Davidson, not only for that reason, but because his entire support team was in attendance, including owners Carl and Cassie Segal and his mother, Carol.

May 10, 2015

All But One Horse Pass Final Inspection At Jersey Fresh CCI

Allentown, N.J.-- May 10

The final horse inspection concluded this morning for the CCI** and CCI*** divisions at the Jersey Fresh International.

All 21 horses presented in the CCI*** passed. In the CCI**, 24 horses were presented. Sarah Wilson and Ovation W were sent to the holding box but passed on reinspection.

Madeline Backus and P.S. Arianna were sent to the holding box and were not passed upon reinspection. They were in 25th place after cross-country after jumping clear and adding .8 time penalties.

May 9, 2015

Reggie Remains On Top After Jersey Fresh Cross-Country

Allentown, N.J.—May 9

When Buck Davidson missed his stride to a combination early on cross-country at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** with Ballynoe Castle RM two weeks ago resulting in a runout, he immediately pulled up, knowing his longtime four-star partner didn’t need to prove anything by finishing the course with 20 penalties in the mud and rain.

May 8, 2015

Jersey Fresh Course Builder Morgan Rowsell Has Found The Best Of Both Worlds

Morgan Rowsell may have come into the eventing world through a long and varied path, but these days he’s found his niche as a popular course builder and designer. As a New Jersey resident, the Jersey Fresh International Three-Day Event holds a special place in Rowsell’s heart and he’s worked in support of the event since it’s inception 13 years ago, in addition to being its cross-country course builder alongside course designer John Williams.

April 24, 2015

Alltech and IAEJ Announce Alltech A+ Award Winners

Alltech and the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists announced the winners of the 2015  Alltech ‘A+’ Awards for outstanding coverage of the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrians Games (France).

The awards were established in 2010 by Alltech and the IAEJ to reward creativity, passion and excellence in equestrian journalism.

Chronicle staff writer Mollie Bailey was chosen as the winner in the photo category for her image of 2014 World Games eventing individual gold medalist Sandra Auffarth that was published in The Chronicle of the Horse.

April 23, 2015

Throwback Thursday: Sasquatch Ruled Rolex Kentucky 30 Years Ago

When Rolex Kentucky CCI**** course designer Derek Di Grazia gazes across the rolling fields of the Kentucky Horse Park, his eyes follow the well-worn track of the toughest cross-country course in the United States. 

But if he squints hard enough, he can picture the features and fences long since forgotten from when he galloped across the hallowed grounds in 1985 on Sasquatch and won the three-day event, then a three-star.

It’s been 30 years, but Di Grazia still remembers the joy of his first big win on a dream weekend where everything came together.

April 22, 2015

One To Watch: Leah Lang-Gluscic Will Represent OTTBs With AP Prime At Rolex Kentucky

“I’m on my own. I’m used to the gypsy lifestyle. I drive all over the country by myself. It’s all good!” said Leah Lang-Gluscic when she answered my phone call while driving to Kentucky from Ocala, Fla.

On her way to the biggest event of her career, the Rolex Kentucky CCI****, Lang-Gluscic’s star has been rising over the last year with her $750 off-the-track Thoroughbred AP Prime. And she’s done it all on her own, logging many miles with the trailer in pursuit of success at the upper levels.

April 21, 2015

Ringside Chat: Clark Montgomery Wins A Big One In England

It’s not often that you see the stars and stripes at the top of the leaderboard of an international event on foreign soil, but this weekend, Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen proudly represented the U.S. at the Belton Horse Trials CIC*** in Lincolnshire, England, taking the win in a huge class of 115 that included names like Mark Todd, Bettina Hoy, Paul Tapner, Mary King and more.

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