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Caitlin Boyle Crowned R. W. Mutch Equitation Champion at Devon Horse Show

Caitlin Boyle and Clearway. Photos © The Book LLC.

Devon, PA – May 23, 2014 – The 2014 Devon Horse Show & Country Fair hosted its second day of competition on Friday with the conclusion of junior equitation classes and the first day of pony hunter divisions. Showcasing the best horses and riders in the country, the Devon Horse Show hosts 11 days of top-tier competition across multiple breeds and disciplines in Devon, PA, through Sunday, June 1.

On Friday, the junior exhibitors completed their final day of equitation competition in the Dixon Oval for 2014. The ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship class saw three sections with wins for Ailish Cunniffe of South Salem, NY, Caitlin Boyle of Hampshire, IL, and Megan MacPherson of Boulder, CO.

Boyle was then named the winner of the 2014 R. W. “Ronnie” Mutch Equitation Championship after two days of exceptional competition. In addition to her win in Section B of the ASPCA Maclay, the 17-year-old high school junior won Thursday’s Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Section A. Boyle also finished second in the WIHS Equitation Classic Jumper Phase Section B as well as the Pessoa/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Section C. For the overall equitation championship, she was awarded The R. W. “Ronnie” Mutch Challenge Trophy, donated by his friends.

Boyle began training with Heritage Farm’s Andre Dignelli this winter in order to up her game for her final year showing as a junior. She rode Heritage Farm’s Clearway to all of her top finishes this weekend and praised the horse and trainer for their roles in her success.

“I did not ever imagine that this would happen,” Boyle expressed. “I have never won anything at Devon. I came last year and I had low ribbons, but nothing to ever even come close to qualifying for this.”

“It was Clearway. He was perfect,” she declared. “I started riding him about halfway through WEF (the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival) this year when I started riding with Andre. He just has a presence when he is in the ring. Anything that looks difficult, he can make it look so easy. It is just so easy for him, and I am finally clicking with him now. It turned out really well. I have all the confidence in the world with him.”

“Andre has been helping me so much and I could not be any more grateful for that,” Boyle added. “He has helped so much with my look as I go around and just a better position around the whole course. Even if I find the jumps, just making everything in between better and really working on the flat work. I struggled a little bit in the beginning with the flat work on Clearway and just getting to know him has made a huge difference.”

From Chicago, Boyle grew up riding with trainers Freddie Vazquez and Kim Gardiner. She also had the help and support of her father, Patrick Boyle, who manages horse shows in the area. “My dad has helped me so much, especially when I was younger because he was really strict with me, which made me a much stronger rider,” Boyle acknowledged.

Although she has aspirations to compete in the jumpers, Boyle decided to focus all of her efforts on the equitation in her final junior year and joined Heritage Farm as a working student this year for the opportunity to work with one of the nation’s best trainers.

“I am a working student with Andre, so I help with anything I can in the barn when I’m not riding,” she detailed. “Just having all of those lessons and all of those horses available to ride has helped so much. I do anything from cleaning tack, a lot of grain-making since there’s almost a 100 horses, really anything. I tack up my horses if needed, or I will help the guys out if they need help. I really just try to be well-rounded in the barn and on a horse.”

After her success on Thursday, Boyle felt the pressure to do well in the final day of equitation competition in order to top the championship, but she kept calm and rode her best.

“I was a little nervous today because the pressure was on, on the final day, to see what everyone does,” she noted. “I watched Tori (Victoria Colvin) have a beautiful round, and I was a little nervous after that because I knew I had to put that effort in and have an equally beautiful round, which I believe I accomplished. I was thrilled with that outcome, and I have kind of learned how to stay calm. The number one priority is to just get the job done and just keep riding and try not to feel panicked. I am so happy that my last junior year at Devon ended so well.”

Ailish Cunniffe and Venice won Section A of the ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship class
Ailish Cunniffe and Venice won Section A of the ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship class

After the completion of equitation classes for the weekend, the Juniors Jumpers started their competition in the Dixon Oval, showing in a time first jump-off class in the afternoon and a gambler’s choice in the evening. The jumper courses for the week will all be set by Olaf Petersen, Jr. of Germany.

The $3,750 Junior Jumper time first jump-off class, sponsored by Courtyard by Marriott, was held first with a win for Giavanna Rinaldi and G.P.S. Brilliant Disguise. Twenty-five entries showed, with twenty advancing to the jump-off, and nine double clear rounds. For the win, Rinaldi was presented with The Flight Cup in memory of Fran and Lou Jaffe, donated by Reed Kessler. Lucy Deslauriers guided Lisa Deslauriers’ Hester to second place honors, and Madeline Thatcher and Pony Lane Farm’s Show Show placed third.

The $2,500 Junior Jumper Gambler’s Choice was held in the evening, sponsored by The Capital Grille King of Prussia, with a win for Lucy Deslauriers and Hester with 1,260 points. Deslauriers was awarded the Wigg’s Bar Challenge Trophy donated by Mrs. James Fairclough. Giavanna Rinaldi and G.P.S. Brilliant Disguise placed second with 1,230 points. Virginia Ingram and Riverview Farm LLC’s Urban finished third with a 1,060 point total.

Junior and Pony Hunter competition also began on Friday and will conclude with division championships on Saturday. For full results, please visit www.devonhorseshow.com. For those unable to attend the Devon Horse Show in person, you can watch every single round of competition thanks to continuous live-streaming from the USEF Network at www.usefnetwork.com.

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Caitlin Boyle Captures Leading Honors throughout Fall Equitation Championships

Caitlin Boyle and Loredo. Photos by Shawn McMillen.

Chicago, IL – October 29, 2013 – Each year, Zone Five continues to produce leading riders who capture top honors in the hunters, jumpers and equitation across the country. Caitlin Boyle is among the young talent from the area, consistently earning strong finishes at the country’s most challenging competitions. After winning the Illinois Hunter Jumper Association (IHJA) Junior Medal and the Marshall & Sterling Midwest Junior Medal Finals in September, Caitlin went on to place 11th at the Pessoa/US Hunter Seat Medal Finals out of over 200 riders just two weeks ago. This past weekend, she was one of only 40 riders invited to compete at the Washington International Horse Show Equitation Classic.

Through three phases of competition in Washington, Caitlin produced brilliant equitation rounds. Beginning with the Hunter Phase, Caitlin and her longtime partner Loredo flowed through the course to earn a score of 86.75. She then returned for the Jumper Phase, and with perfect style she received a score of 83.875, qualifying her for the Final Work Off.

During the Final Work Off, the Top 10 riders return for a final course on a completely new mount. They only have a few minutes to learn about the horse and warm up before stepping into the area. Caitlin drew Victoria Colvin’s mount, Monsieur Du Reverdy, a junior jumper who was competing in the equitation for the very first time.

Caitlin Boyle and Monsieur Du Reverdy
Caitlin Boyle and Monsieur Du Reverdy

The challenge of an unfamiliar horse that was new to the equitation ring did not slow down Boyle. She once again finessed her way through the track, finishing with a total of 250.125 points to capture the fourth place honors during the prestigious event.

Diane Carney, professional trainer at Telluride Farm and USEF ‘R’ Judge, commented, “Being a participant in the Washington Finals is a great achievement in itself, and to be at the top of the standings once again showcases the consistency Caitlin has shown throughout the year.”

Caitlin’s father Patrick added, “Our key to success all year has been consistency. She is very well rounded and has ridden every type of horse, from an unbroken 3-year-old to difficult jumpers. She doesn’t care what she rides; she just wants to be in the saddle. I think riding all the horses we have at home helped her be able to get on Victoria’s horse, who is a Junior Jumper and is strong, and finesse her way around.”

Caitlin’s partnership with Loredo was key to their top ribbons in the ring. “She and Loredo have a very special relationship,” stated Patrick. “She loves that horse more than anything in the world. It’s a really special bond. It’s pretty amazing what he will do for her. He’s a special horse and he knows when it’s a big class. She has complete faith in him and it’s amazing to watch.”

Caitlin and Loredo will now travel to Lexington, KY, where they will be competing against 200 riders during the ASPCA Alfred B. Maclay National Championships. Caitlin placed fifth in the regional qualifier after working all year to earn points and will now take on the best in the nation.

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Caitlin Boyle Shines at Showplace Fall Classic Championship Horse Show

Caitlin Boyle and Finders Keepers.

Wayne, IL – September 13, 2013 – Caitlin Boyle has seen success throughout the country, but today that success came close to home at the Showplace Fall Classic Championship Horse Show, held September 10-15 at the Lamplight Equestrian Center. The Hampshire, IL native rode to the blue ribbon in the WIHS Equitation Hunter Phase aboard Loredo, owned by Micaela Kennedy of Chesterfield, MO, and to three top two finishes in the Small Junior Hunters aboard Finders Keepers.

Other top junior finishers today in the main hunter ring, sponsored by Wisconsin Equine Clinic & Hospital, included Emily Kabeshita, Madeline Thatcher, Madison Edwards, Emily Schneider and Alexis Cohen. Schneider and Windy V, owned by Alan Korotkin of Wellington, FL, took the top call in the first Small Junior Hunter class, while Boyle and her own Finders Keepers finished second over the Skip Bailey designed course.

Over the second course of the division, it was again Boyle and Finders Keepers who claimed the second place honor, while Alexis Cohen of Highland Park, IL and her own Ferrari took the blue. Boyle concluded the day’s Small Junior Hunter classes with a first place finish in the under saddle, leading the division standings heading in to Saturday’s competition.

“Finders Keepers is a Thoroughbred who I’ve had for about a year and a half,” Boyle said. “He’s really come a long way, and I think he’s a lot more talented than we even initially thought. He’s fun to ride, and he has a lot of scope.”

In the Large Junior Hunters, it is Madeline Thatcher and Summer Place, owned by Pony Lane Farm of Bluffdale, UT, who led the way heading into the second day of the division. The consistently top performing pair earned both a first and second over fences and third under saddle to head up the point tally for the day. Leading the jog for the first place award in the first over fences class was Madison Edwards of Lake Forest, IL aboard her own Last Wish.

In addition to extensive hunter offerings, the Showplace Fall Classic Championship Horse Show, put on by Showplace Productions, features a wealth of equitation classes and championships, including the USEF Zone V Golden Spur Finals, the IHJA “A” Medal Finals and the Marshall & Sterling Finals.

Caitlin Boyle and Finders Keepers
Caitlin Boyle and Finders Keepers

As the show heads into a weekend of top equitation competition, Caitlin Boyle kicked things off by winning the WIHS Equitation Hunter Phase. Boyle and her winning mount Loredo will return to the ring Saturday to complete the Jumper Phase of the equitation class and vie for the overall top honor. Boyle trains with her father, Patrick Boyle, as well as with Kim Gardiner of Perfecta Farm.

Also heading into the weekend on a strong start is fellow Perfecta Farm rider Emily Kabeshita and her mount Luxury. Kabeshita, of St. Charles, IL, bested a competitive field of junior riders to earn the win in the day’s ASPCA Maclay class.

“I got Luxury last fall, and we’ve been working a lot over the year. It’s great to see it’s really starting to pay off,” said Kabeshita.

Skip Bailey set a 12 obstacle track for the class that included two short-strided combinations and numerous tight turns and bending lines.

“It was a little bit trickier course than usual, but it went well,” explained Kabeshita. “Luxury’s really good about helping me out with the bending lines and everything. He’ll move up or move down well when I tell him. He was really great today.”

Kabeshita and Luxury now have their sights set on the IHJA “A” Medal Finals, which will be held Sunday morning in the Grand Prix Ring at the Lamplight Equestrian Center. Equitation competition also continues throughout the day on Saturday with the Farnam Adult Medal Finals, the SmartPak Children’s Medal Finals, the Marshall and Sterling Junior Medal Finals and more. To learn more about the Showplace Fall Classic Championship Horse Show and Showplace Productions, visit: www.showplaceproductions.com.

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Caitlin Boyle and Emma Willsky Take Charge in Small & Large Jr. Hunters at Summer in the Rockies VI

Caitlin Boyle and Finders Keepers.

Parker, CO – July 19, 2013 – Emma Willsky and Simply Said scored a hat trick in the Large Junior Hunters and Caitlin Boyle and Finders Keepers collected two wins in the Small Junior Hunters as the Junior Hunter divisions got underway at Summer in the Rockies VI.

Boyle and Finders Keepers demonstrated how far their partnership has come, cruising through relaxed, confident rounds that showcased the horse’s flashy jumping style. Boyle has had Finders Keepers for about a year and a half and has enjoyed seeing him develop into the horse he is today.

“We’ve made many, many improvements with him,” she said. “When we got him, he’d probably never jumped over 3′. So it’s nice to see how much he can do. He’s actually really athletic. We improved his smoothness, jumping form, lead changes and strength. He’s so simple now. It’s really nice.”

While Finders Keepers is for sale, Boyle is happy to keep showing him until he finds the right home. “We really love him – he’s a great horse,” she said. “So we’ll just keep showing him until someone wishes to have him. He’s a funny little guy, and he has a really cute personality.”

Boyle and Finders Keepers were 10th in the $15,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby on Sunday at Summer in the Rockies V. “I’m so proud because that was his first derby, and he just walked in there and jumped right around, like he didn’t care about anything,” she said. “He was amazing.”

Boyle also rode her equitation mount, Loredo, to a first place finish in the Washington Hunter and Jumper Phases, securing the overall win with scores in the upper 80s throughout. She and Loredo are shooting for top finishes at the big equitation finals this fall, and they have placed well in the equitation throughout their three weeks at Summer in the Rockies.

“He was really good,” Boyle said after her win on Loredo, whom she leases from Micaela Kennedy. “He was nice and quiet. He has a giant stride and the lines walked nice and easy today. I just needed to stay on one rhythm and have everything look the same.”

“We were 17th at Harrisburg (in the Pessoa/US Hunter Seat Equitation Medal Finals) last year,” she added. “Now I know him a little better and hopefully we can do better this year. He’s just an awesome horse – you can do anything with him.”

Emma Willsky and Simply Said
Emma Willsky and Simply Said

Willsky and Simply Said had excellent rounds over fences and in the handy to score the wins in both classes in the Large Junior Hunters, and they stood out in the hack as well, earning another blue ribbon to complete the hat trick. Willsky said the horse shines in the hunter rounds, but came through in the handy as well to best the competition.

“He’s definitely my favorite horse to ride,” Willsky said. “He’s the only reason I still do the hunters – I’ve mostly switched over to the jumpers, but he always keeps it exciting. He’s very scopey.”

Willsky trains with Ashley Keeler, who has also achieved success with Simply Said at Summer in the Rockies. Keeler and Simply Said started off the week by winning the reserve championship in the 3’6″ Performance Working Hunters. Willsky began riding with Keeler after Keiri Kaneps, her previous trainer and the previous rider of Simply Said, passed away.

“I really like her as a trainer,” Willsky said of Keeler. “She’s done a really good job with him. He’s definitely learned a lot since he’s been with her.”

Willsky is headed to Vanderbilt University in the fall, where she plans to study economics. She will bring her jumper to school with her and hopes to bring Simply Said as well.

She recently rode Simply Said in the $15,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby at Summer in the Rockies V. “I’m aging out (of the juniors) this year, and I want to turn him into a derby horse,” she explained. “He’ll do 4′ easily. It’s what we’re working towards.”

Kai DeVoglaer and Colleen McKenzie’s Castello also performed well in the Large Junior Hunters, collecting two second places over fences as well as a third in the hack.

Camila Trejo, like Boyle, has her sights set on the big equitation finals, and she took another step toward that goal with a win in the ASPCA Maclay aboard Don Stewart’s Scarto. “I’m very happy with my ride,” Trejo said. “He was responding to my leg well and he’s jumping really well right now.”

Trejo, who lives in Dallas, TX, and trains with Jim and Joan Hensen, is competing at the Colorado Horse Park for the first time. “It’s a really nice horse park,” she said. “The footing’s great and so far the show’s been really good.”

She is qualified for the Pessoa/US Hunter Seat Medal Finals and the ASPCA Maclay Regional Finals. “My goal is to qualify for Maclay Finals and then do well at Medal Finals,” she said.

The Junior Hunter divisions return Saturday in the Olson Family Hunter Arena. The 3’6″ and 3’3″ Amateur Owner Hunters will also square off as Summer in the Rockies enters its final weekend.

Full results available at http://www.showplaceproductions.com/chp/resultsDivisionList.php?competition=23.

The Colorado Horse Park Summer in the Rockies Fast Facts

What: Summer in the Rockies AA-Rated Hunter Jumper Show Series

Event Dates:

Summer in the Rockies I June 5-9, 2013
Summer in the Rockies II June 12-16, 2013
Summer in the Rockies III June 19-23, 2013
Summer in the Rockies IV July 3-7, 2013
Summer in the Rockies V July 10-14, 2013
Summer in the Rockies VI July 17-21, 2013

Prize List:

Click here for an online version of the prize list. For a hard copy of the prize list, please e-mail prizelist@cohorsepark.com with your name, address and phone number and specify which prize list you would like (spring/fall or summer).


Mail to The Colorado Horse Park, 7522 South Pinery Drive, Parker, CO 80134 or fax to (303) 841-7879. Opening date for Stall Reservations: April 1, 2013. Closing date May 20, 2013.

Contact Information:

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Tentative Schedule:
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Caitlin Boyle Produces Leading Equitation Results at Winter Equestrian Festival

Caitlin Boyle and Loredo competing the equitation at the Winter Equestrian Festival. Photos: SportFot.

Wellington, FL – March 19, 2013 – Any rider competing in equitation for his or her first time at the Winter Equestrian Festival would likely be happy to get one win or a few good ribbons, but in her first WEF appearance, sixteen-year-old Caitlin has been unstoppable. In the past three weeks alone, Caitlin’s remarkably consistent accomplishments have included:

  • Back-to-back overall wins in the WIHS Equitation classes, with scores in the 90s in both the hunter and jumper phases of the class.
  • A first place finish in the extremely competitive ASPCA Maclay class during week seven and an impressive second place in the same class the very next week.
  • Breaking the top five in the WIHS national standings.

And those top finishes just scratch the surface of Caitlin’s achievements this circuit. She’s continually been in the highest ribbons nearly every time out in nearly every equitation class she enters. Be it the Maclay, WIHS Equitation or the Pessoa USEF Hunter Seat Medal classes, Caitlin has risen to the top.

“The first couple of weeks she got her feet wet, and then she just kind of lit it on fire,” father and trainer Patrick Boyle shared excitedly. “She’s just been so consistent and riding so solidly; it’s been really fun. There have been little mistakes here and there, but it’s just been like every class, every day – solid.”

Success like Caitlin’s does not just happen overnight. It takes the right horse, the right trainer, a little bit of luck and an overwhelming amount of hard work, patience and dedication.

“Caitlin received a solid foundation in the principles of good riding from her Chicago based trainer, Kim Gardiner,” relates Katie Kappler, a trainer at Messenger Hill Farm who is assisting father Patrick with Caitlin’s WEF coaching.

Boyle009034“She started knocking at the door with a ribbon at regionals and a callback at the Maclay Finals.” Kappler continued, “All the building blocks were there. She had the instincts, she had the training, and she was willing to put the work in. She just needed for everything to fall into place and it would be a perfect storm and she would be unstoppable. Chance favors a prepared mind.”

The right horse came in the form of Loredo, a 17.2 hand warmblood, with whom Caitlin shares a special bond, and competed with the 2012 Pessoa USEF Hunter Seat Medal Finals and the 2012 ASPCA Maclay Finals. “She’s the kind of kid that every animal loves. No matter what she rides they just seem to bond with her, but this horse and her – they are the perfect match,” Patrick explained. “He will do anything for her, and she trusts him with everything.”

In the ring, Loredo makes Caitlin work hard to deliver their winning rounds. Outside of the ring, the horse could be mistaken as an oversize family pet. “He makes her ride. He’s not push button, and you’ve got to do your homework on him,” Patrick explained. “She gets him prepared well, and he just loves her. You should see these two. She’ll sit in the stall and do her homework, and he’s sitting there with his head up on her lap. It’s goofy and hysterical.”

Caitlin doesn’t have to go far to find the other part of her winning team. As owner of Showplace Productions and with an extensive equestrian background, her father Patrick has trained her extensively and helped her to move up the ranks to where she is today. Like Caitlin and Loredo’s, the bond she shares with her dad is a special one.

“We’ve got the best relationship,” Patrick said. “This is something that I know how to do, but with your daughter it’s different. It just seems like it’s never been an issue though. It’s perfect. We thrive off of each other and just have fun.”

Patrick admits to being intense and competitive, but that’s also what makes the relationship dynamic work so well and what keeps Caitlin striving to do even better. She loves the challenge, and there’s no bar or hurdle that her dad puts down that Caitlin hasn’t soared over.

“In the jumpers, I’ll say things like ‘well, you’re not going to go as fast as that one. I’ll be happy for third.’ She’ll say ‘what are you talking about? We can beat that!'” Patrick joked. “I think from day one when she was like eight, that she’s just thrived on that challenge. It’s a cool thing to watch. She’s just really taken it to a whole other level confidence wise.”

Caitlin’s confidence is the kind that comes after hours and hours of hard work put in to her riding and knowing that with dedication she can be a force to be reckoned with. Caitlin balances school and riding, and every day she can be found in their barn in Illinois, riding as many horses as she can, striving to be better.

“The hard work is finally paying off. She’s been working her butt off for years to get to this level. It’s one of those things where it just kind of turns a corner and it all comes together,” Patrick concluded.

Caitlin’s equitation placings have earned her a slot in the George Morris Excellence of Equitation class during WEF 11. Caitlin’s goal is to win the class before returning home to Chicago to prepare for the summer show season.

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