Norwood, NC – Boyd Martin and Remington XXV, owned by Ron and Densey Juvonen, jumped clean and fast this afternoon to win the Adequan USEA Gold Cup Advanced division at The Fork.
The pair’s double-clear round boosted them from second to first, ahead of the overnight leaders Will Faudree and Andromaque, who ended their day with a third place ribbon after picking up a rail.
Heather Morris and Slate River had a flawless round to finish with second place. Nina Gardner’s Cambalda jumped his heart out for Jennie Brannigan to win the competitive CIC3*, part of the PRO Tour Series, and finish on their dressage score of 45.9. Canadian Stephanie Rhodes-Bosch and Port Authority picked up a second place in the division with their double-clear round, while a single rail left Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen with a third place finish.
Boyd Martin is our first LIVE Call-in guest on the Eventing Radio Show this week answering questions from listeners about the sport and his career. Tune in to hear what Boyd has to say to his fans and followers right here…
Eventing Radio Episode 127 by Bit of Britain – Show Notes and Links:
March 04 2011 – Lexington, KY – Welcome to the first of many features profiling various people in equestrian sport – athletes, trainers and more. The profiles will be published regularly in the United States Equestrian Federation’s Week in Review e-newsletter. Is there someone you would like to know more about? Email “10 Questions With” editor Stephanie Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, stay tuned to USEF’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/usequestrianfederation) where you can submit your questions.
Up first – meet superstar eventer Boyd Martin. This Australian native relocated to the United States in 2007 to pursue his dreams of international eventing competition. He and his wife Silva, a Grand Prix dressage rider originally from Germany who now rides for the U.S., operate Windurra USA out of Phillip Dutton’s True Prospect Farm. Now riding for the U.S., Boyd, who has dual citizenship, was the top-finishing American individual and a member of the 4th-placed Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, KY.
Lexington, KY (November 2, 2010) – As a member of the World Equestrian Games US Eventing team, Boyd Martin lived out every rider’s fairytale dream when he finished tenth individually and fourth place with the team at World Equestrian Games – all on an ex-racehorse he bought for $800 off the track. Martin joined radio host LA Pomeroy on Holistic Horse Radio Show following WEG to talk about his incredible journey, his ex-racehorse, and his supporters who helped him make it to his first international competition for the United States.
“The USEF said the highlight of the Team USA for eventing at WEG was the lovely double clear round jumped by Boyd and Windurra LLC’s Neville Bardos,” Pomeroy stated as she introduced Martin on the radio show, adding that Martin and Neville finished with a dressage score of 49.5. “Neville was in a demanding career before you got him, so tell us your secret to keeping him sound, solid and happy.”
Boyd Martin is my guest to discuss Building up a Partnership and Are You Ready for Your First Event, plus we have a new quiz – Name That Rider as well as a book review. Another new segment, It’s Your Call for listeners, begins with Sandi Archipow. Listen in right here.
Eventing Radio Episode 87 – Building a Partnership and Are You Ready for Your First Event:
Sinead Halpin and Samantha Lendl from PRO tell us about some new initiatives and Jersey Fresh Course Designer, John Williams, joins us with a review of this year’s event plus some other news. Take a listen.
Eventing Radio Episode 79 – PRO Initiatives & Boyd Martin Hosts:
News: Jennie and Doug continued to entertain by participating in an exhibition game with the Bucks County Polocrosse Team and you can see some photos of their antics on the Chronicle of the Horse website.