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Erika Jakobson and Up to Date Dodville Win TackNRider 1.35m Jumper Stake at ESP June I

By on June 7, 2017

Erika Jacobson and Up to Date Dodville. Photo Credit ©PBIEC.

Wellington, FL – June 6, 2017 – Erika Jakobson of Boca Raton, FL and Up to Date Dodville, owned by Barn Rat LLC, rode to victory in the $5,000 1.35m TackNRider Jumper Stake at ESP June I hosted at Equestrian Village in the Van Kampen Covered Arena. Sophia Studd Wellington, FL and her own Angelina finished in second place with a time of 50.671 seconds in the jump-off round, adding four faults to their final score. Carlo Graziani of Loxahatchee, FL and his own Erato M took third place with an addition of six faults to their time of 55.133 seconds.

The $1,500 Low Adult/Children’s Classic saw Madison Kondracki of New Smyrna Beach, FL and her own Magic Beans take top honors in the class after finishing the jump-off track in 29.006 seconds. Isabel Ernst of Vero Beach, FL and Cabaret, owned by Alexandra Vanderrest, finished in second place after stopping the timers in 30.261 seconds. Juliet Johansson of Fort Lauderdale, FL and her own Viva’s Roxanna W, secured third place with a time of 30.868 seconds.

Catalina Peralta of Geneva, FL and Chopin Z, owned by Grindstone Farm LLC, rode to victory in the Low Junior/Adult Amateur Owner Classic, after stopping the timers in 37.313 seconds. Mireya Godoy of Wellington, FL and her own Paddy’s Dream Z, were presented with second place after completing the short course track in 42.03 seconds. Siena Vasan of Boca Raton, FL and Zibon HC, owned by Carriage Hill Farm, collected third place with a jump-off time of 44.908 seconds.

The M&S Child Adult Classic saw Ansley Wright of Manalapan, FL and her own Coriano van het Hermitage rise to the top of the leaderboard after completing their short course in 38.826 seconds. Emmanuelle Greenberg of Boca Raton, FL and her own Curacao finished in second place with a time of 39.741 seconds, ahead of Jessica Leto of Fox Point, WI and Double-O7, owned by DMG Holdings International LLC, finished in second place with a time of 38.826 seconds, adding four faults to their final score.

Hunter Highlights

The UHealth Children’s Hunter Division saw Hana Bieling of Wellington, FL and Freeport BF take the division’s champion honors ahead of Jacqueline Fogel of Boca Raton, FL and her own Be My Date finished in reserve.

The Green Hunter 3’6″ & 3′ Division saw Hayley Iannotti of Boca Raton, FL and Dreamboy, owned by Linda Evans, earn champion, while James Lala of Wellington, FL and his own Final Destination collected reserve champion.

Alexandra Lynn Willner of Boca Raton, FL and Northwind Miss Mcvai, owned by Sarah Tindale, finished atop the division after their weekend of solid performances. Chase Finizio of Boca Raton, FL and California Dreamin’, owned by Millennium Farm Inc. rode to reserve.

The #1 Education Place Junior/Amateur Owner Hunter Division saw Ashley Birggs of Loxahatchee, FL and Teaticket awarded with the division’s champion honors ahead of Margaret O’Meara of Kirkland, WA and Just Nick, owned by Woodland Way, Inc., finished in reserve.

The Pilates Rocks Low Child/Adult Hunter Division saw Sophia Cierchia of West Palm Beach, FL and Déjà Vu, owned by Findlay’s Ridge Group, secured top honors in the division to earn the tri-color ribbon, ahead of Kaitlyn Packer of Wellington, FL and Talk of the Town, owned by Little Brook Farms, Inc., who were presented with reserve champion.

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