As the 2016 U.S. Junior Hunter National Championship East Coast kicked off at the Devon Horse Show grounds during the Brandywine Horse Shows, 76 of the nation's best equitation riders gathered to vie for the top honors.
The Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Team of Shelly Francis and Doktor, Laura Graves and Verdades, Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet, and Steffen Peters and Legolas 92 took the Silver medal in a close Nations Cup competition in Rotterdam Saturday.
Sharn Wordley (NZL) continued his dominance at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) today, earning his second consecutive win during the FEI CSI 5* week at the venue.
Talented riders, including many $500,000 Diamond Mills Hunter Prix veterans, took to the course to pilot their mounts for a piece of the winner’s share.
Daniel Bedoya (BOL) and Quattro earned second place, finishing in 42.424 seconds, while David Beisel (USA) and Call Me Hannes collected third place with a time of 45.351 seconds.
Hunter Holloway of Topeka, KS, concluded a stellar week at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) during Tryon Spring 6.
HITS Saugerties at HITS-on-the-Hudson is back in action as the first week of the series kicked off with the $10,000 Brook Ledge Open Welcome.
McLain Ward of Brewster, NY, and Tina la Boheme scored an impressive victory in the $130,000 Empire State CSI3* Grand Prix, presented by The Kincade Group
The Kentucky Spring Classic's main event, the $130,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3*, was an unforgettable one as Todd Minikus (USA) and Quality Girl pulled off their third FEI win for the week.
Eugenio Garza (MEX) and Bariano bested a field of 41 competitors to claim the top prize with a blazing jump-off round in 39.160 seconds.
The 2016 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials CCI4* came to an exciting conclusion on Sunday over Kelvin Bywater’s show jumping track.
Victoria Covlin and the elegant dark bay mare Austria 2 combined speed and precision to put in a meticulous ride in both the first round and the jump-off, securing her the top spot in the PonyUp Horse Treats $30,000 Grand Prix.
Sinead Halpin and Joe Meyer are the first riders to win awards at this year's Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover.
Angel Karolyi of Aiken, SC, and Indiana 27 secured second place crossing the timers in 33.429 seconds, while Margie Engle of Wellington, FL, and Bockmanns Lazio collected third place with a strong finish in 34.288 seconds.