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October 15, 2010

Zone 2 Flies To The Top Of The Charts

Harrisburg, Pa., Oct 16

When Reed Kessler made her way into the ring for the $15,000 Randolph College/USEF Prix de States championship, she could knew she could afford to knock down a pair of rails and her Zone 2 would still win gold. But she didn’t rest on her laurels.

The 16-year-old clocked a second clear round aboard her long-time partner Flight anyway, and Zone 2 won handily with a team total of 0 faults.

“These girls are great,” said Chef d’Equipe Ralph Caristo. “They’re great riders, with great horses and great trainers. I’m just a cheerleader.”

October 15, 2010

Garfield Makes It Two In A Row

Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 15

Sam Schaefer made may have ridden Garfield to his second consecutive Pennsylvania National championship, but according to her, his success has nothing to do with her.

“He really does it all on his own,” said Schaefer, of Westminster, Md. “He’s just amazing.”

October 14, 2010

Oliver Twist Takes The NAL Pony Jumper Finals

Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 14

The course for the $5,000 NAL Pony Jumper Finals may not have been to her mount’s liking, but Jessica Karsin Landis wouldn’t let that get in the way of her mount claiming blue. Oliver Twist has a notoriously short stride, so when Steve Stephens set three in-and-outs at the Pennsylvania National, Landis knew she’d have a challenge.

October 10, 2010

Exell Is Best For WEG Driving Gold; Johnson Retires With Bronze

Lexington, Ky.—Oct. 10

Boyd Exell started out his trip to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games with a record-breaking dressage score, then held onto the lead to secure his first driving world championship gold medal.

“I left Australia when I was 21, and I said, 'I’m not going back without a world championship,'” said Exell, 38. “I finally have one.”

October 9, 2010

Chardon Survives Scandal And Exell Keeps Overall Driving Lead In WEG Driving Marathon

Lexington, Ky.—Oct. 9 

At yesterday’s press conference, Ijsbrand Chardon was asked about his thoughts for today’s marathon and he responded simply, “Anything can happen.”

Was he ever right.           

October 8, 2010

Boyd Exell Drives A Record Test At The Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

Lexington, Ky.—Oct. 8

Boyd Exell drove a record-setting test today at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games to overtake overnight leaders Isjbrand Chardon and Chester Weber on Day 2 of four-in-hand-driving dressage.

October 7, 2010

WEG Driving Begins With Intense Battle Between Weber And Chardon

Lexington, Ky.—Oct. 7

Half of the world’s best four-in-hand drivers strutted their stuff in the dressage stadium today at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, and two drivers added some real excitement to the elegance.

October 5, 2010

World Equestrian Games Show Jumping Rules

There are five total show jumping rounds at the World Equestrian Games. The first three rounds determine the team placing. Yesterday’s Round 1 was Table C format (speed round, with faults converted into seconds.) The following two rounds are Nations Cup format (Table A, no jump off) the first of which takes place Tuesday, Oct. 5. Individuals not part of a team compete in the first of these, but not the second. 

The top 30 riders from Round 1 and the first Nations Cup round advance to the individual competition.

October 4, 2010

Mario Deslauriers Leads Halfway Through Round 1 Of The WEG

Oct. 4, Lexington, Ky. 2PM

Mario Deslauriers jumped to the top of the leaderboard aboard Urico for the United States at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games at the halfway point of Round 1. He led a blazing clear speed round to stop the clock almost 2 seconds faster than Hungarian Sándor Szász. Rodrigo Pessoa lies third for Brazil aboard HH Rebozo, and his former teammate, who now rides for the Ukraine, Billy Birr and Cassio Rivetti, jumped clear to lay fourth.

September 19, 2010

Roccoco Reels In A Win At Franktown Meadows Hunter Derby

Sept. 19, Carson City, Nev.

If you'd wanted to get a piece of the prize money at the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby at Franktown Meadows, your last name had better have been French.

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