Wellington, FL – March 30, 2012 – The FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival hosted the Adequan Young Jumper Finals today in the International Arena for three age groups. The $20,000 Adequan 8-Year-Old Young Jumper Final victory went to Ronan McGuigan (IRL) and Capall Zidane. Andres Rodriguez (VEN) and Aberdeen took the top spot in the $20,000 Adequan 7-Year-Old Young Jumper Final. Riding Lionshare Farm’s Wayfarer, Peter Leone (USA) won the $15,000 Adequan 6-Year-Old Young Jumper Final. In the Rost Arena, Arriana Boardman of New York City won the Horseware Ireland Adult Amateur 3′3″ Hunter championship with Red Carpet.
Darragh Kenny and Quarterletto winners of the 2010 5YO Eastern League Final. Shawn McMillen photos.
August 31, 2011 – Georgetown, KY – The $80,000 Eastern League Finals of the Young Jumper Championships returns to the Hampton Classic for the 12th year. The top young horses from the East Coast met for Round 1 of the $20,ooo SHF Enterprises 5-Year-Old Championship and the $30,000 Split Rock Farm 6-Year-Old Championship.
Click on the link below to view the results for Round 1
Peterbilt by Wild Turkey Farm's Lio Calyon, and Guy Thomas at the 2010 Alltech World Equestrian Games. Stockimageservices.com photo.
August 10, 2011 – Georgetown, KY – The Wild Turkey Farm Western League Finals of the Young Jumper Championships will return to Showpark during the Showpark All Seasons Tournament August 31 – September 4, 2011. The Championship will showcase top-ranked young jumpers from around the west coast in three age groups:
Wild Turkey Farm 5-Year-Old Western League Final
Wild Turkey Farm 6-Year-Old Western League Final
Wild Turkey Farm 7/8-Year-Old Western League Final
Click on the link below to view the list of qualified entries for 2011.
Christian Heineking and River of Dreams (Riverman x Merano) won the $40,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show. Photo By: Rebecca Walton/PMG.
Lexington, KY – July 31, 2011 – Sunny skies and warm temperatures returned to the Kentucky Horse Park for this evening’s $40,000 Kentucky Summer Grand Prix, sponsored by Audi of Lexington. The nation’s top horse and rider combinations gathered at the Rolex Stadium during the Kentucky Summer Horse Show to compete for the winning title.
At the end of the night, it was Germany’s Christian Heineking and River of Dreams who led the victory gallop after an excellent double clear effort. Karen Cudmore and Southern Pride followed with the second place honors, while Rebecca Conway and Twister took home the third place award with the only other two fault-free jump-off rounds.