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Blog Archives: August, 2010

 

CENTERLINE DRESSAGE SHOW AT HITS

DRESSAGE VICTORY FOR HELEN AND JAQUETON

Helen Van Der Voort and her Andalusian Stallion, Jaqueton VI, scooped up a bundle of ribbons at HITS from August 20th through 22nd.

Competing at second level they placed six times in six classes, winning once in open competition and also taking home two firsts, two seconds and a third in the Adult Amateur Division.

 

Posted by Cedar Crest: 08/25/2010
 

KENT SCHOOL HORSE TRIALS

 

SUCCESS FOR ALISON AND CHEWY

After the disappointment of a cross-country refusal at Fitch's Corners, Alison Lindsay and her young Irish Sport Horse, Coolnorran Chewy, added zero penalties to their dressage score of 34 to finish in 3rd place in an Open Novice division at Kent School Horse Trials on August 15th.

Posted by Cedar Crest: 08/25/2010
 

HITS-ON-THE-HUDSON VI

This was a great show for Michael Hughes riding Paul's mare, Polka.  The pair placed every day in the Junior Jumper Low division and rounded off the show with a 4th placing in the 1.35m $3,500 Jr/Am Jumper Classic  against strong competition.

Not to be outdone, Alison Lindsay took over the reins on Polka for her first time in the ring on her father's horse and placed 6th in the Child Jumper Low division.  

 

Posted by Cedar Crest: 08/08/2010
 

HITS-ON-THE-HUDSON

Alison Lindsay and Cedar Crest Bewitched continued their winning ways from last year by securing the Pony Jumper Championship at HITS V.  The pair also placed in each of the Child Jumper Low classes they participated in.

Polka was campaigned at HITS IV by Michael Hughes who won a Level 3 class on the mare and placed 6th in a hotly-contested Child Jumper Low class.

 

Posted by Cedar Crest: 08/03/2010
 

FITCH'S CORNERS HORSE TRIALS

Cedar Crest Farm instructor, Amy McMahon, B.H.S.A.I,  enjoyed a marvelous ride on Renee Petrofes' Irish Sport Horse, Smooth Touch, to take second place in the Beginner Novice Division.  It was Amy's first ever horse trials and the pair led the way after dressage and stadium.  However, some time penalties for going a little too fast cross-country dropped them to second by the end of the competition.

Alison Lindsay and the six-year-old Irish Sport Horse, Coolnorran Chewy, at only his second horse trial, performed an impressive dressage test to lead their Junior Open Novice division.  With a clear round in the stadium they were in a strong position going into cross-country but a green stop at the water complex dropped them down to eighth.

Posted by Cedar Crest: 08/03/2010
 
 
 
     
 
 
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