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Molly Sorge

November 3, 2007

Kimberly McCormack Conquers Again In ASPCA Maclay Finals

It’s not over till it’s over, and the conclusion of the ASPCA Maclay Finals tonight, Nov. 3 in Syracuse, N.Y., proved that adage more than true.  But at the end of the night, Kimberly McCormack stood alone, winning the Maclay just two weeks after her victory in the Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals.  But while she led the Medal Finals from the very beginning, today she had to fight her way to the top. 

The results are…
1. Kimberly McCormack
2. Elizabeth Lubrano
3. Shelby Wakeman
4. Carly Anthony
5. Emily Gardner
6. Michelle Morris

November 3, 2007

Maria Schaub Leads The ASPCA Maclay Finals After Round 1 And The Flat

After the first round and the flat phase of the ASPCA Maclay Finals, Maria Schaub sits atop the standings, and the judges—George Morris and Linda Hough—have called back 18 to ride again this afternoon.

The standby, in order of go (reverse order of standing) is…
Jennifer Walters
Hayden Warmington
Matthew Metell
Kate Salzman
Melissa Barton
Cathy Rolfs
Stephanie Underwood
Tatiana Dzavik
Carly Anthony
Shelby Wakeman
Lucy Davis
Mallory Olson
Katherine Newman
Kimberly McCormack
Elizabeth Lubrano
Emily Gardner

October 28, 2007

It's Up Chiqui Again At The Pennsylvania National

Make it an even dozen.  That’s how many grand prix classes Up Chiqui and Kent Farrington have won in their amazing year.  So far.

They added the $65,000 Budweiser Grand Prix de Penn National CSI-W to their record on Oct. 27, concluding the Pennsylvania National, Oct. 22-27 in Harrisburg, Pa.  And they did it in truly dramatic style.

October 22, 2007

McCormack Stays On Top Of Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals

“She just kept winning,” judge Geoff Teall said of Kimberly McCormack’s rides in the Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals.  “Her first round was fantastic, her second round was equally fantastic.  And in the test, she had all the pressure in the world on her and she was great.  It was hers to lose, and she won it.”

October 21, 2007

Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals Course Description

The judges, Geoff Teall and Julie Winkel, have set a Medal finals course that will test the riders fairly, but definitely provides enough of a challenge to find a winner.

October 21, 2007

The 2007 Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals Blog

THE FIRST ROUND

October 20, 2007

Taylor Ann Adams and Lillie Keenan Headline Hunter Champions At Pennsylvania National Junior Weekend

Some of the champions at the Pennsylvania National Junior Weekend, Oct. 18-20 in Harrisburg, Pa., surprised even themselves, and some were confirmed winners adding another line to their resume.  In just her first year of riding horses, Taylor Ann Adams, 13, guided Don Stewart’s veteran gray gelding Lyle to the small junior hunter, 15 & under title. 

October 19, 2007

Romeo Rules At Great American/USDF Region 6 Championships


Tanja Hennes has big goals in mind for next year after her adult amateur success.

When Tanja Hennes traveled to the Netherlands two years ago looking for a dressage prospect, an unlikely horse caught her eye.
   
“He was very Thoroughbredy looking.

October 12, 2007

Imperial Crown Sparkles At International Hunter Futurity Finals


The 4-year-old just keeps getting better.


It’s tough to be a returning champion. Especially when you’re only 4 years old.
   
But Imperial Crown handled the challenge with flair, following up his 3-year-old grand championship in the International Hunter Futurity Finals last year with the 4-year-old grand championship this year, Sept. 26-27 in Lexington, Ky.

October 12, 2007

Farrington Cashes In At Lexington CSI-W


Up Chiqui just can’t be stopped.


When you’re hot, you’re hot. And right now, Up Chiqui and Kent Farrington are smoking.
   
They put on a show at the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute Grand Prix CSI-W on Sept. 28 during the Lexington National (Ky.), turning and burning for the top check. And two days later, they added to the week’s paycheck with second place in the $85,000 New Albany Classic (Ohio).

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