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Elizabeth Boyd Takes the Top Three Spots in the USHJA International Hunter Derby

Elizabeth Boyd and Brunello sail over an oxer en route to the win in the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby. Flashpoint Photography.

Miramax and Julie Curtin Win the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby; Vale Is Victorious in the $15,000 Open Welcome

The Georgia International Horse Park is buzzing with activity as the Atlanta Summer Classics welcomes a record number of competitors to its opening week which kicked off Wednesday after the USHJA Emerging Athletes Program wrapped up.

Yesterday featured the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby presented by FarmVet, as well as the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, which saw twenty-five and twenty-six, respectively, tackle the courses designed by Joe Carnicum.

In the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, the first round saw Triomph, owned by Loretta Patterson, ridden by Holly Shepherd of Grand Bay, Alabama, take the lead with a score of 181, but Brunello, owned by Janet Peterson and Elizabeth Boyd, Fieono, owned by Kelley Maloney, and Quatrain, owned by Finally Farm and Janet Peterson, all ridden by Elizabeth Boyd of Camden, South Carolina, were on Shepherd’s heels with scores of 177.50, 177 and 164, respectively.

The handy round saw Boyd working a hat trick when she secured the top three spots on Brunello, Fieona and Quatrain, respectively.  Brunello and Boyd received a handy score of 201 and a final score of 378.50, giving them the win.  Fieono received a score of 186 in the second round and a final score of 363 which secured second place.  Boyd and Quatrain scored a 195 in the handy round bringing the total to 359 and a third place finish.

Shepherd and Triomph received fourth place honors with a second round score of 171 and a total of 352.

Harold Chopping of Southern Pines, North Carolina, in the irons aboard Caramo, owned by Caroline Russell Howe, had a fifth place finish after scoring a 151 in the first round and 182 in the handy round, securing a total score of 333.  Alexa Boggio of Canton, Georgia and her own SS Whisper had a final score of 308 which earned them a sixth. Wimberly Debono of Birmingham, Alabama and her own Tusker finished with a score of 299.50 and a seventh place.  Daniel Geitner of Aiken, South Carolina guided Damocles, owned by Janet Peterson, to a final score of 271 and an eighth place finish. Kelci Crenshaw of Woodstock, Georgia rode Fit to Print Farm’s Headliner to a ninth place finish with a total score of 269.75. Timothy Maddrix of Birmingham, Alabama and Stella Styslinger’s Trending finished in the tenth position with 269.50. Victoria Press of New York, New York and her own Charleston Z wrapped up the eleventh place with a combined score of 258 and Crenshaw and Fit to Print Farm’s Lead Story wrapped up the twelfth spot with a score of 243.

The USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by FarmVet, saw Miramax, owned by Donna Bassinger and ridden by Julie Curtin of Roswell, Georgia, take the win out of a field of twenty-five.  In second place, Fairfax, owned by Liz Hudspeth and ridden by Curtin, wrapped up the second position, while Lyn Sythel of Johns Island, South Carolina rode her own Versace to the third place position.

Aaron Vale and 2VR Showjumpers' Zenith UHS beat 35 others to win the $15,000 Open Welcome
Aaron Vale and 2VR Showjumpers’ Zenith UHS beat 35 others to win the $15,000 Open Welcome

In other news:

Week I of the Atlanta Summer Classics saw thirty-five tackle the $15,000 Welcome Class designed by Manuel Esparanza of Mexico.  It was Aaron Vale of Ocala, Florida who stole the show and took home the $4,500 check aboard Zenith UHS, owned by 2VR Showjumpers.  Jared Peterson of Archer, Florida took the second place spot in the irons of Titus 2:11, owned by Derek Peterson, and third place went to Harold Chopping of Southern Pines, North Carolina and Calando Z, owned by Patty Ann Burns.  Fourth was awarded to Liza Finsness of Wellington, Florida and her own Ormsby Hill.  Lazaro, ridden and owned by Jordan Coyne of New Port Ritchey, Florida, earned a fifth place ribbon while Alex Grenato of Elizabeth, Colorado and his own Gangsta took sixth.

There are a handful of stalls left for next week, so make sure you get your entries in today because you don’t want to miss the fun at the world class Georgia International Horse Park, home to the 1996 Olympics, for these two weeks of non-stop show jumping action.  The venue offers the one of a kind Olympic feel and offers excellent stabling, arenas, footing and of course, award winning service found only with the Classic Company.  And make sure to catch the best of ringside action and reserve your VIP tables today.  There is no better deal on any circuit and cost only $300.00 a week for a table of eight.

Anyone who has shown with the Classic Company knows what sets them apart from the rest:  Classic Shows are FUN!  Complimentary exhibitor parties, luncheons, Saturday pizzas and the friendliest show management team anywhere work hard to make your showing experience the best.  Classic Company never charges an add or scratch fee for those last minute changes and there is no office fee added for credit card payments.

Whether you are a seasoned veteran or novice looking for a positive show experience, look to the Classic Company shows and join them in Atlanta this summer.  The Classic Company is a USHJA’s Members Choice Award winner, recognized for producing top quality show jumping events in the United States.  For more information on Classic Company and its exhibitor-friendly, top quality hunter jumper events, please visit them at classiccompany.com or call them at 843-768-5503.

All sponsorship, marketing and press inquiries should be directed to Lisa Engel, Sponsorship, Marketing and Public Relations Director at classicsponsorship@gmail.com.  All program advertising should be directed to Nate Poliquin, Program Sales Representative at classicshowads@yahoo.com.

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See you at the ring,
Bob Bell
The Classic Company, Ltd.
www.ClassicCompany.com
Phone/FAX:  (843) 768-5503
Post Office Box 1311  Johns Island  SC 29457

Got Stalls? Atlanta Summer Classics Update

Conyers, Georgia: Just a week away and there is only a handful of stalls open for Week I of the Atlanta Summer Classics set to begin on June 12.  And with all of the special classes and events planned for Week II, why not stay for the second week?

Week II kicks off with complimentary riding clinics sponsored by Zone 4 on Monday and Tuesday, June 17 and 18. Where else can you get expert advice from renowned horseman Bob Crandall and the legendary Steve Stephens? For free? All at the home of the 1996 Olympic Games!  Make sure to book your spot now by contacting Janet McCarroll at 228-669-2687 or by email at gcclassic@aol.com. Auditors are welcome to attend.

Then, the exciting, inaugural USHJA Children’s/Adult Jumper Zone 3/Zone 4 Championship takes place where riders compete in a Nations Cup format.  The first round is scheduled for Thursday, June 20th and the final round takes place Sunday June 23rd.  The $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby Classic presented by FarmVet takes place Week II as well as the Emerson Burr Program for Pony Riders.  The $15,000 Welcome Class, the $10,000 Pony Hunter Derby Classic, the $5,000 Future Class and the $35,000 Grand Prix all provide ample opportunity to cash in on the competition.  The $2,500 TAKE2 Thoroughbred Hunter and Jumper Division, the Atlanta Cup Equitation Classic, the World Hunter Champion Hunter Rider, the Grand Puba Junior Hunter Championships and the Freestyle Equitation Classic round out the two most exciting and popular weeks of show jumping.

Permanent stabling offers stalls with mats, ample lighting and electric and all barns are in close proximity to the competition rings
Permanent stabling offers stalls with mats, ample lighting and electric and all barns are in close proximity to the competition rings

The Georgia International Horse Park is where the action will be and if you want to catch the best of ringside action, make sure to reserve your VIP tables today.  There is no better deal on any circuit and cost only $300.00 a week for a table of eight.

So get your entries in today because you don’t want to miss the fun at the world class Georgia International Horse Park, home to the 1996 Olympics, for two weeks of non-stop show jumping action.  The venue offers the one of a kind Olympic feel and offers excellent stabling, arenas, footing and of course, award winning service found only with the Classic Company.

Anyone who has shown with the Classic Company knows what sets them apart from the rest:  Classic Shows are FUN!  Complimentary exhibitor parties, luncheons, Saturday pizzas and the friendliest show management team anywhere work hard to make your showing experience the best.  Classic Company never charges an add or scratch fee for those last minute changes and there is no office fee added for credit card payments.

So, whether you are a seasoned veteran or novice looking for a positive show experience, look to the Classic Company shows and join them in Atlanta this summer.  The Classic Company is a USHJA’s Members Choice Award winner, recognized for producing top quality show jumping events in the United States.  For more information on Classic Company and its exhibitor-friendly, top quality hunter jumper events, please visit them at classiccompany.com or call them at 843-768-5503.

Top hunter and jumper riders display their winning ribbons
Top hunter and jumper riders display their winning ribbons

All sponsorship, marketing and press inquiries should be directed to Lisa Engel, Sponsorship, Marketing and Public Relations Director at classicsponsorship@gmail.com.  All program advertising should be directed to Nate Poliquin, Program Sales Representative at classicshowads@yahoo.com.

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See you at the ring,
Bob Bell
The Classic Company, Ltd.
www.ClassicCompany.com
Phone/FAX:  (843) 768-5503
Post Office Box 1311  Johns Island  SC 29457

Last Call! Entries Close Today for Atlanta Summer Classics

Devin Ryan and Zosja sail over a jump in the Olympic Stadium during the Classic Company’s Spring Atlanta Classic. Flashpoint Photography.

Today is the last call for entries in order to eliminate a late entry fee and insure you a stall at the most popular Atlanta Summer Classics. Your options are to get started filling out entry forms, run to the post office and overnight them and pay for postage, the gas to get to the post office, and somehow fit this into your laundry list of “to-dos” today… or go to Equestrian Connect.

Equestrian Connect is Classic Company’s Official Service Provider and allows exhibitors to store their data one time, on the web, and then use that data to automatically fill out hunter/jumper entry forms across the country.  The service offers a free 45 day trial period for new members.  At the conclusion of the trial period, Equestrian Connect offers an annual subscription, or a “pay as you go” service.  The service allows exhibitors to save both time and money.  This is the one-minute online entry service that will help you get your entries in on time and you to the show!  There is no easier way to get your entries in today and the Classic Company recommends that you give it a try.

The Georgia International Horse Park is where the action will be and if you want to catch the best of ringside action, make sure to reserve your VIP tables today.  VIP tables are available for the event and cost $300.00 a week for a table of eight.

The Sixteenth Annual Outback Steak House Dinner to benefit the Hope Clinic will take place on Friday night, June 14 at 6 pm during the Freestyle Equitation Classic which will include a buffet dinner and silent auction.  The Hope Clinic provides compassionate and practical help to those in need and offers medical care to the uninsured, plus a variety of social services to minister to the whole person.  One hundred percent of the proceeds (after expenses) generated by the event will be used to support patient care at the Clinic. “We look forward to this event every year and it is such a huge help to care for the uninsured patients, those with heart conditions, diabetes and those number over 9,000 people now.  This fundraising event helps us get through the summer.  It is our favorite event – our staff, our supporters, all look forward to seeing everyone every year,” said Event Coordinator Jessica Geller.  Those interested in sponsoring the event or donating to the Hope Clinic should contact Jessica Geller at 404-399-7735 or by email at jessicageller@hopeclinicgwinnett.info.

Ashley Foster and Indy make it look easy in the Olympic Stadium
Ashley Foster and Indy make it look easy in the Olympic Stadium

The Atlanta Summer Classics will kick off with the USHJA Emerging Athletes Program and will produce the inaugural Children’s and Adult Jumper Regional Championships as well as the Freestyle Equitation Classic.  Week II features the World Champion Hunter Rider and the $2,500 Take2 Thoroughbred Hunter and Jumper Division, the Emerson Burr Program for pony riders, the $10,000 Pony Hunter Derby Classic, the $5,000 Future Class, the Atlanta Cup Equitation Classic and the Grand Puba Junior Hunter Championships.  Of course, Classic Company will also have back to back Grand Prix and Hunter Derbies.

June 17 and 18 the USHJA Zone 4 Committee will offer complimentary riding clinics to its members with noted judge and horseman Bob Crandall and legendary Steve Stephens. These complimentary Zone 4 clinics fill fast, so be sure to reserve your spot now by contacting Janet McCarroll at gcclassic@aol.com or call her at 228-669-2687.  Auditors are welcome to attend.

So get your entries in today because you don’t want to miss the fun at the world class Georgia International Horse Park, home to the 1996 Olympics, for two weeks of non-stop show jumping action.  The venue offers the one of a kind Olympic feel and offers excellent stabling, arenas, footing and of course, award winning service found only with the Classic Company.

Anyone who has shown with the Classic Company knows what sets them apart from the rest:  Classic Shows are FUN!  Complimentary exhibitor parties, luncheons, Saturday pizzas and the friendliest show management team anywhere work hard to make your showing experience the best.  Classic Company never charges an add or scratch fee for those last minute changes and there is no office fee added for credit card payments.

So, whether you are a seasoned veteran or novice looking for a positive show experience, look to the Classic Company shows and join them in Atlanta this summer.  The Classic Company is a USHJA’s Members Choice Award winner, recognized for producing top quality show jumping events in the United States.  For more information on Classic Company and its exhibitor-friendly, top quality hunter jumper events, please visit them at classiccompany.com or call them at 843-768-5503.

All sponsorship, marketing and press inquiries should be directed to Lisa Engel, Sponsorship, Marketing and Public Relations Director at classicsponsorship@gmail.com.  All program advertising should be directed to Nate Poliquin, Program Sales Representative at classicshowads@yahoo.com.

Stay up to date:  Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter!

See you at the ring,
Bob Bell
The Classic Company, Ltd.
www.ClassicCompany.com
Phone/FAX:  (843) 768-5503
Post Office Box 1311  Johns Island  SC 29457

The Classic Company Is Jumpin’ in June at the Georgia International Horse Park

Chase Boggio flying over a jump in the Olympic Stadium. Flashpoint Photography.

May 1, 2013 – Summer is around the corner and so is the Atlanta Summer Classics.  “We have so much planned for the Atlanta Summer Classics this June, it’s really going to be a summer spectacular!” said Classic Company President Bob Bell. “We kick off the two weeks of shows with the prestigious USHJA Emerging Athletes Program, produce the first-ever Children’s and Adult Jumper Regional Championships and the inaugural Freestyle Equitation Classic, offer the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, the World Champion Hunter Rider and the $2,500 TAKE2 Thoroughbred Hunter and Jumper Divisions Week II, and we’ve got weekly Grand Prix and some of the best prize money on the circuit,” he added. Week II will also include the Emerson Burr Program for pony riders, the $10,000 Pony Hunter Derby Classic, the $5,000 Future Class, the Atlanta Cup Equitation Classic and the Grand Puba Junior Hunter Championships.

The USHJA Children’s Adult Amateur Jumper Regional Championships offers riders the opportunity to ride in a Nations Cup format, representing their states and zones.  But riders must apply in order to have a chance to represent their state.  Riders in the south only have until May 5 to apply for the 2013 year, so time is of the essence if you want to be part of this exciting new program!  For more information, go to www.ushja.org.

And if that competition schedule didn’t offer you enough, the USHJA Zone 4 Committee will offer two FREE clinics for its zone members on June 17 and 18.  On June 17, accomplished judge and horseman Bob Crandall will lead a general horsemanship riding clinic in the covered arena. This clinic will be filled on a first come, first-served basis for 30 riding participants. The participants will be grouped by skill level, and fences will start at 2’6″ up to 4′ and auditors are welcome to attend.

On Tuesday, June 18, legendary Steve Stephens, Olympic course designer, will conduct a water jump clinic.  Stephens will teach you and your horse how to jump an open water element. This clinic will be filled on a first come, first-served basis for 15 riding participants.  Auditors are welcome to attend.

These complimentary Zone 4 clinics fill fast, so be sure to reserve your spot now by contacting Janet McCarroll at gcclassic@aol.com or call her at 228-669-2687.

In “Classic” form, the exhibitor parties will be an integral part of the show experience.  VIP will be the place to be, so make sure to see Jennifer in the show office to reserve your table.  And while you’re there, be sure to purchase your tickets for the Outback Steak House Charity Dinner which will take place during the Freestyle Equitation Classic. Riders will have the opportunity to jump a course set to their own music – this event is going to be a classic!

And “classic” describes the venue to a tee.  The world class Georgia International Horse Park, home to the 1996 Olympics, will be the backdrop of Classic Company’s two weeks of non-stop show jumping action.  “It is so cool to ride in that arena,” said Adam Cramer from Equi Sport, LLC, in Pittstown, NJ. “I mean, where else can you get that Olympic feel?” he added.

Devin Ryan and No Worries sail over a jump in the Olympic Stadium during the Classic Company's Spring Atlanta Classic. Flashpoint Photography
Devin Ryan and No Worries sail over a jump in the Olympic Stadium during the Classic Company’s Spring Atlanta Classic. Flashpoint Photography

Devin Ryan, Grand Prix Rider from Long Valley, New Jersey, showed at the Georgia International Horse Park just a few weeks ago at the Atlanta Spring Classic.  “This was my first time showing at the Georgia International Horse Park and it is a fantastic venue,” he said.  “The rings are great and the stabling is excellent – the stalls come with mats, the aisles are wide and the barns are permanent.” And there is no better office staff and show staff than the Classic Company.  They are so pleasant to deal with, so nice and they attract that sort of person to the shows.  The whole experience is so positive that they really make my clients happy, which makes me happy!” he added.

Joe Fargis, winner of the 2012 Lifetime USEF Achievement Award and former Olympic medalist both in 1986 and 1988 with gold and silver medals respectively, also participated in more than 30 FEI Nations Cup Competitions, and who represented the United States in the 1990 FEI World Equestrian Games in Stockholm, is a “regular” at the Atlanta Spring Classics.  “The office staff is the one of the most pleasant I have encountered. The whole show committee is very accommodating. It’s a great facility and my horses went very well there.  There’s plenty of space, the courses were good, the footing is good and stabling is really great,” he commented.

Anyone who has shown with the Classic Company knows what sets them apart from the rest:  Classic Shows are FUN!  Complimentary exhibitor parties, luncheons, Saturday pizzas and the friendliest show management team anywhere work hard to make your showing experience the best.  Classic Company never charges an add or scratch fee for those last minute changes and there is no office fee added for credit card payments.

Entries close May 22nd so make sure to fill out and mail your entries in now!  Click on the prize list or for those looking save the cost of postage, paper, or personal time, make sure to go to Equestrian Connect, Classic Company’s Official Service Provider, to submit your entries today!

Equestrian Connect allows exhibitors to store their data one time, on the web, and then use that data to automatically fill out hunter/jumper entry forms across the country.  The service offers a free 45 day trial period for new members.  At the conclusion of the trial period, Equestrian Connect offers an annual subscription, or a “pay as you go” service.  The service allows exhibitors to save both time and money.  This is the one-minute online entry service that will help you get your entries in on time and you to the show!

So, whether you are a seasoned veteran or novice looking for a positive show experience, look to the Classic Company shows and join them in Atlanta this summer.  The Classic Company is a USHJA’s Members Choice Award winner, recognized for producing top quality show jumping events in the United States.  For more information on Classic Company and its exhibitor-friendly, top quality hunter jumper events, please visit them at classiccompany.com or call them at 843-768-5503.

All sponsorship, marketing and press inquiries should be directed to Lisa Engel, Sponsorship, Marketing and Public Relations Director at classicsponsorship@gmail.com.  All program advertising should be directed to Nate Poliquin, Program Sales Representative at classicshowads@yahoo.com.

Stay up to date:  Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter!

See you at the ring,
Bob Bell
The Classic Company, Ltd.
www.ClassicCompany.com
Phone/FAX:  (843) 768-5503
Post Office Box 1311  Johns Island  SC 29457

Classic Company Debuts $25,000 Pony Hunter Derby in Atlanta, Wraps Up Another Successful Two Weeks of Competition

Keep Dreamin' and Ashton Alexander in the winner's circle with President of Classic Company, Bob Bell

The Classic Company’s Atlanta Summer II wrapped up on Sunday, June 24, 2012 and the hunters were out in full force! The Classic Company had an overwhelming popular response to its inaugural $25,000 Pony Hunter Derby which closed out the successful two weeks on Sunday. The course was set by noted course designer Alan Rheinheimer.

“It was really magnificent,” said Bob Bell, President of the Classic Company. “The trainers really liked it. It was a great opportunity to showcase their pony hunter talent.”

Of the thirty seven entries, it was Keep Dreamin’, owned by Katie Dinan, LLC and ridden by Ashton Alexander, who took the first place honors. Brad Spragg, Keep Dreamin’s trainer and owner of the Atlanta Hunt Club in Smyrna, Georgia, said, “She really did a great job. The pony is just wonderful. What a great class this is to showcase the up and coming talent in our industry.”

Atlanta II featured the always popular Outback Steakhouse Dinner to benefit Hope Clinic and everyone was treated to the Jump and Run Classic class and the $35,000 Outback Grand Prix saw 36 entries on Saturday night.

Besides two weeks of perfect weather at the international facility, riders were treated to weekly exhibitor parties.

VIP seating was available in the Grand Prix arena and was sold out as soon as it was announced. “We were really pleased with the overwhelmingly positive response and will definitely offer it again,” said Bell. “We will be offering dinners at the Fall shows, too,” he added. The night classes continued to see a packed ringside around the international stadium. “It’s so much fun watching the night classes,” said Dylan Thomas of Judy’s Tack Shop. “I get to see old friends and watch some great competition,” she added.

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Atlanta Summer Classic 2012

Today our $25,000 NickerDoodle Pony Hunter Derby Classic was a great success.  Allen Rheinheimer built a course that took up the entire Grand Prix ring at the Georgia International Horse Park, 400′ x 460′.  He built a course with some jumps that were more than 36 feet wide with all three heights included.  I will post a video soon of the class so that you can all see this amazing course.  The class was judged by Thom Brede and Frank Willard.

Won by Keep Dreamin, owned by Katie Dinan, ridden by Ashton Alexander

2. Spellbound, Kelsey Landrum, Aleece Jarman

3. Harley Davey, Laura Barrett-Gurtis, Devin Seek

4. Kiss Me, Carter Anderson owner/rider

5. Steal the Crowd, Alanna Fischer, Bernadette Chungunco

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Atlanta Summer Classic 2012

Welcome Class was won by Nolde, owned by Jack Towell and show to the win by Hardin Towell.

2. Lazaro, Jordan Oyene, owner/rider
3. Tao Tao 3 M/M Chuck Waters, Hayley Waters
4. Fieona, Maloney/Towell, Hardin Towell
5. Cadence, Procedures, Megan Edrick
6. Rocketman, Megan Edrick
7. Appollo Van Evendael
8. Winchester Bridelbourne Stables, Theo Genn

USHJA National Hunter Derby was won again this week by Marksmann, owned by Marilla Van Beuren and ridden by Elizabeth Boyd.

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Atlanta Summer Classic 2012 – Highlights

I know some folks only read the first line so… Check the schedule for next week… Ponies start on Thursday!

We concluded the first week of Atlanta today.  What a great week for showing in Conyers.  Last night we had 34 in the $35,000 Johnson Horse Transport Grand Prix. Admiral Clover, Carmen Rojas, owner, Aaron Vale, rider won the class.

2. Tibor, Bonnie Smith, Aaron Vale
3. Hennessey, Chasen Boggio, owner rider
4. Happy Z, Wilhelm Genn, owner rider
5. Lazaro, Jordan Coyne, owner rider
6. Winchester, Bridlebourne Stables, Theo Genn
7. Grande Finale 3E, Emily Short, owner rider
8. User ID, Atlanta Equestrian, Juan Pablo Gnecco
9. Canence, Procedures Inc, Megan Edrick
10. Cruz Z, Wendy Ritter Peralta, owner rider
11. Rockefeller, Claudia Billups, owner rider
12. Chopin Z, Benjamin Simpkins, owner rider

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Atlanta Summer Classic 2012 – First Day’s Highlights

We are having a great show in Atlanta. The Adequan Pre Green Classic was won by Elizabeth Boyd riding Chestnut Avenue owned by Joann Loheac.  This win moves Chestnut Avenue into 8th place for the year-long standings.   The standings for the Adequan Pre Green Championship to be held in November are below with the finals on November 16th.

First class yesterday morning was the USHJA National Hunter Derby with 32 entries and the winner was Marksmann, Marilla Van Beuren, owner, Elizabeth Boyd was the rider.

2. Viaggio, Penbroke Point, LLC, Julie Curtian
3. Fairfax, Liz Hudspeth, Megan Edrick
4. Colter Bay, Carol Cookerly, Russell Frey
5. Renoir Z, Allison Mills, Daniel Geitner
6. Roc My World, Tequestrian Farms, Elizabeth Boyd
7. So Ya Say, Lee Cesery, Julie Curtian
8. Breaking News, Fit to Print Farm, Kelci Crenshaw
9. SLF Furst Prince, Bernie Raglan, Mathieu Rein
10. Veraldea Magic Z, Sydney Hannon
11. Kind Regards, Tricia Conahan, Crystal Matusevich
12. Excurs, Hannah Echols, owner rider

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Atlanta and Charleston Updates

The first week of Atlanta is sold out with over 800 but we do have about 80 stalls available for next week.  Call Derek at 770 602 2510 for reservations.

Charleston – There was a class that was left off out.  In talking to the printer it was covered up by an ad… no worries.  We are having a NAL Children’s and Adult Jumper Classic both weeks and we applied for it last year.

If you need help with accommodations, call us… we have some great people who will help you find the housing you want.

We are getting lots of calls for Charleston this year and we can only take reservations for 425 stalls so if you are planning to come, let us know.  For the next two weeks you can call us in Atlanta to reserve stalls.   770 602 2510.

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