Leigh Hartrampf and Anglonorman Platiere.
The Atlanta Fall Classic wrapped up after two weeks of top competition at the Georgia International Horse Park to close out the 2019 Classic Company show calendar. “Thank you to all who came to our shows over the year and especially to those who showed with us here in Conyers. We wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving and look forward to seeing you next at the Gulf Coast Winter Classics February 13th!” said Bob Bell, Classic Company President.
The popular $25,000 Barry Lane Jumper Classics took place over the two weeks of the Atlanta Fall Classic.
The first installment Week I, the $5,000 Barry Lane Jumper Classic awarded Leigh Hartrampf and Alexandra Howard’s Anglonorman Platiere the first-place ribbon and lion’s share of the prize money, besting a field of 18 horse and rider teams.
The $7,500 NAL WIHS Barry Lane Jumper Classic awarded Kathryn Currey and her own Alil Evil the first-place honors.
Week II awarded the blue ribbon in the $5,000 Barry Lane Jumper Classic to Lane Brown Park and her own Zazoe while Leigh Hartrampf returned to the winner’s circle in today’s $7,500 NAL WIHS Barry Lane Jumper Classic with Anglonorman Platier and also received the overall championship.
Tracy Magness and John Bartko’s Chopin Du Chateau Hollogne 2 won the Week I $15,000 Jumper Classic, presented by EMO. Dylan Daly and Burgundy Farms’ Domino Van Lange Weeren won the Week I $5,000 Welcome and Week II, grabbed the win in the $15,000 Jumper Classic, presented by EMO.
Sydney Swarr, in the irons of Derek Petersen’s Titus 2:11 won the Week II $5,000 Welcome.
The Marshall & Sterling Classic Hunter Derby took place both Weeks I and II.
Livie Guyton’s Christophe, ridden by Carolyn Bell, won the $2,000 Marshall & Sterling Classic Hunter Derby Week I. Sarah Caswell aboard her own Ocelot won the Marshall & Sterling 3′ Classic Hunter Derby $250 Non-Pro Rider Bonus. Charlotte Sprague and her own McNamera won the Marshall & Sterling 3’3″ Classic Hunter Derby Non-Pro Rider Bonus.
Week II welcomed Jo Ann Forman’s Haiku, ridden by Aida Sanchez Long, to the winner’s circle. Sarah Bucholz and her own Encore won the Marshall & Sterling 3′ Classic Hunter Derby $250 Non-Pro Rider Bonus, and Josie Evans and her own QVF Colt Seavers won the Marshall & Sterling 3’3″ Classic Hunter Derby $250 Non-Pro Rider Bonus.
For more information and results, please visit horseshowsonline.com.