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October 23, 2013

Farmer Rules The Day In The Professional Ring

Washington, D.C.—Oct. 23

Kelley Farmer made headlines this August when she became the first rider to earn $1 million in hunter earnings. Today she added a little more glitz to her haul, earning a Rolex timepiece courtesy of Tiny Jewel Box as the leading hunter rider at the Washington International.  

October 23, 2013

From Striped Rails To Braided Tails

Washington D.C.—Oct. 23

In most ways, Everly is your typical elite high performance hunter. She yanks her knees to her eyeballs, clears every fence with plenty of room to spare and shows off breathtaking movement.

October 22, 2013

Unusual Preparation Gets Authentic To Blue

Washington, D.C.­—Oct. 22

Most show horses get ready for a trip to the Washington International with some extra schooling and maybe a warm up competition or two. With Authentic, it’s a little different.

Since March, he’s shown just three times, the last time being in September. He spent his autumn trail riding around owner Dudley Macfarlane’s Charlottesville, Va., farm, jumping exactly once to get ready.

October 12, 2013

Keenan Surprises Herself In Harrisburg

Harrisburg, Pa.—Oct. 12

Lillie Keenan wasn’t so happy with herself when she walked out of the ring after the last round of tonight’s Randolph College/USEF Individual Junior Jumper Championship on Londinium.

“I don’t think I rode well today,” said Keenan, New York City. “My horse was a total gem and saved me. For the first half of the course I was on my game, and I misjudged one of the lines. Luckily my horse has seen that before and knew how to take care of me. So I finished up with only one rail today. Today, it’s all my horse.”

October 28, 2012

Deslauriers Goes Out With A Bang

Washington, D.C.—Oct. 28

Coming to the Washington International, Lucy Deslauriers knew she’d have her last trip ever aboard Centerfield. So she made that time together count, winning the Washington International Horse Show Pony Equitation Classic.

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