ESP Congratulates 2017 ESP Spring Circuit Champions For Excellent Competition Following Winter Season

May 11, 2017 - 9:36 PM
For Immediate Release

Wellington, FL – May 11, 2017 – Equestrians Sport Productions, LLC, would like to thank and congratulate all of the exhibitors who participated in the ESP Spring Series at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC). The ESP Spring Series continues with the final week of competition at Equestrian Village, beginning tomorrow Friday, May 12, and continuing through Sunday, May 14.

Hunter Circuit Champions

The Gold Coast Feed Performance Hunter 3’3″/ 3’6″ Division saw Montenegro, piloted by Meghan Kaupp of Pittsford, NY, and owned by Lili Ulrich, take the circuit championship for their string of top performances, ahead of Molly Ashe of Wellington, FL, and HH Frederick, owned by Double H Farm, who finished with reserve circuit champion honors.

The Green Hunter 3’3/3’6″ Division was championed by Molly Sewell of Winter Park, FL, and Kensington, owned by Cheryl Edmonds, while reserve circuit champion was awarded to Brooke Baldwin-De Grazia of North Salem, NY, and Sinatra, owned by Tina Allen.

Molly Sewell and Kensington
The #1 Education Place Junior Hunter 3’6″ Division saw Ashley Vogel of Mequon, WI, and her own Avignion capture circuit champion ahead of Madelyn Porter of Laude, MO, and Dragonfly’s Cellestine, owned by Dragonfly Farms, who finished in reserve for circuit competition.

The #1 Education Place Junior Hunter 3’3″ Division was championed by Verdana, ridden by Zayna Rizvi of Greenwich, CT, and is owned by Laura Wasserman. Ericka Koscinski of Center Moriches, NY, and Emerson Hill, owned by Libby Mewbourne finished with reserve circuit champion honors in the division.

Hannah Isop of Pawling, NC, and Calic, owned by Christine Watkins, collected circuit champion awards in the 3′ Green Hunter Division, while Molly Sewell of Orange Park, FL, and Kensington, owned by Cheryl Edmonds, captured reserve circuit champion awards for their performances throughout the circuit.

Mirror Image, owned and ridden by Ellen Toon of South Salem, NY, took top circuit honors in the Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3″/3’6″ Division, while Kaitlin Porath of Charlotte, NC, and her own Breaux, finished with reserve circuit champion accolades.

Lauren Gee of Valdosta, GA, and Grand Slam, owned by Sweet Oak Farm, took divisional honors in the Small Pony Hunter Division during the ESP Spring Circuit. Alexa Elle Lignelli of New York, NY, and her own Rollingwoods Knee Deep finished as circuit reserves in the division.

Sienna Pilla of Ridgefield, CT, guided Robin Hill’s Snapshot, owned by Piccolino Farm LLC, to the top of the Medium Pony Hunter Division, as the pair was presented with circuit champion honors. Zayna Rizvi of Greenwich, CT, and Smallwood Mystic, owned by Peacock Ridge, LLC, earned the reserve champion title in the division.

The Large Pony Hunter Division saw Hana Bieling of Wellington, FL, pilot Headlines, owned by Tanna Seltzer, to circuit champion in the competitive division, while Siena Pilla of Ridgefield, CT, and Splendor, owned by Robin Greenwood, finished in reserve.

Alexandra Lynn Willner of Boca Raton, FL, and Boca’s Tommy Terrific, owned by Ponies & Palms Show Stables, LLC, take the circuit championship in the Green Pony Hunter Division, while Marcus Cmola Au of Boca Raton, FL, and Sugarbrooks Blue Sebastion, owned by Barron Griner, captured the reserve circuit champion.

Nicholas Lopes of Bermuda and his own Salty rode to top honors in the Children’s Pony Hunter Division after recording several top performances throughout the circuit. Emma Vandenhouten of Plantation, FL, and her own Spiderman collected reserve circuit champion in the division.

Michael Desiderio and Zero Tolerance

Michael Desiderio of Wellington, FL, and Zero Tolerance, owned by Dru Cederberg, took top honors in the Neue Schule Bits ESP Open Hunter 3’3″ Division after compiling a series of strong performances between the pair. Meghan Kaupp of Pittsford, NY, and Sansouci, owned by Lydia Ulrich, were presented with reserve circuit champion honors.

Lili Halterman of New York, NY, and her own Cussini earned circuit champion in the Adult Amateur Hunter 18-50 Division during the ESP Spring Series, ahead of Dawn Fogel of Louisville, KY, and her own Summer Catch, who finished the season with the division’s reserve champion title.

The Adult Amateur Hunter Older Division saw Lisa Baugh of Wellington, FL, and Triumph, owned by Emma Farber, take the circuit championship, while Margaret O’Meara of Kirkland, WA, and Just Nick, owned by Woodland Way, Inc. finished in reserve.

Jaden Porter of Ladue, MO, and Dragonfly’s Acerado, owned by Dragonfly Farms, rode to circuit champion in the UHealth Children’s Hunter Younger Division ahead of Isabella Watson of Lake Worth, FL, and her own Worthington, who finished as reserve champion in the division.

The Children’s Hunter Older Division saw Jacqueline Lampert of New Canaan, CT, and her own Donovan ride to the division’s top honors, while Kimberly Mulholland of Vero Beach, FL, and Carthano Z, owned by Jennifer Combs, took reserve circuit champion.

Madelyn Porter and Dragonfly’s Steel Octopus

Molly Sewell of Winter Park, FL, and Quillaja, owned by Robert Scott, finished atop the Neue Schule Bits USHJA Hunter 3′ Division for the circuit, while Joanne Kovacs of Westport, CT, and Guidean, owned by herself and Show Horses Inc., finished with reserve champion honors in the division.

Molly Sewell of Winter Park, FL, and Darquette, owned by Phylis Rosen, rode to top honors in the USHJA 2’9″ Hunter Division, taking the circuit championship ahead of Kristen Collins of Flower Mound, TX, and Samba Star, owned by Dapple LLC, who collected reserve circuit champion.

The USHJA 2’6″ Hunter Division saw Molly Sewell of Winter Park, FL, and Big Light, owned by Carolyn Brown Capps, ride to the top of the division ahead Brayman of Charlestown, RI, and Dreamboy, owned by Linda Evans, who finished with reserve circuit champion awards in the division.

Jane Herman of Stuart, FL, and her own Ominous finished atop the USHJA Hunter 2’/2’3″ Division, to take the circuit championship ahead of Molly Sewell of Winter Park, FL, and Big Light, owned by Carolyn Brown Capps.

The Cross Rails Division Overall was championed by Spice It Up, ridden by Logan Butzer of Boca Raton, FL, and owned by Ponies & Palms Show Stables, LLC, while Lena Butzer of Boca Raton, FL, and Boca’s Toy Soldier, owned by Ponies & Palms Show Stables, LLC, rode to reserve.

Nicholas Lopes of Bermuda and his own Smitten 57 were presented with circuit champion accolades in the Low Children’s Hunter Division ahead of Ashley Netzky of Chicago, IL, and Corporate, owned by Corporate Way, LLC.

The Pilates Rocks Low Adult Hunter Division saw Andrea Holland of Miami, FL, and her own Heiress take the circuit championship after several top performances, while Ashley Netzky of Chicago, IL, and Corporate, owned by Corporate Way, LLC, finished as reserve champions in the division.

Lacey Powers of Lake Worth, FL, and The Peppermint Prince, owned by Ned Cunniffe, earned divisional circuit champion awards in the Walk/Trot Division during the ESP Spring Circuit, while Meagen Flaherty of Lake Worth, FL, and Liza, owned by Blaire Kintz, took the division’s reserve circuit champion honors.

Money Tree, piloted by owner Agatha Lignelli of New York, NY, rose to the top of the Palm Beach Riding Academy Short Stirrup Hunter Division for their stellar circuit-long performances. Sophia Masnikoff of Wellington, FL, and Sunny, owned by Olivia Golden LLC, were presented with reserve circuit champion honors.

Lauren Beer of Lake Worth, FL, and Sailor, owned by Nicole Shahinian-Simpson, took the circuit championship in the Palm Beach Riding Academy Short Stirrup Equitation Division, while Arabella Navab of New York, NY, and Tiara, owned by Megan Winborne, finished with the division’s reserve circuit champion accolades.

Emma Vandenhouten of Plantation, FL, and her own Spiderman rode to the top of the 11 & Under Equitation Division, while Emma Frye of Emmy Frye of Zionsville, IN, and Quiet Time, owned by Pablo Vivero, captured reserve champion.

Ansley Wright of Manalapan, FL, and her own Coriano van het Hermitage topped the 12-14 Equitation Division after three weeks of competition, while Jaden Porter of Ladue, MO, and Dragonfly’s Corleone B, owned by Dragonfly Farms, finished as reserve champion for their performances.

Madelyn Porter of Ladue, MO, and Dragonfly’s Steel Octopus, owned by Dragonfly Farms, topped the 15-17 Equitation Division, while Samantha Weinerman of Chester, NJ, and her own Encantada finished as reserve circuit champions.

Jumper Circuit Champions

Ansley Wright of Manalapan, FL, and her own Coriano van get Hermitage collected circuit championship honors in the Children’s Jumper Division ahead of Taylor Kraft of Frenchtown, NJ, and Cosmopolite S, owned by Tracy Howe, who finished the circuit with the divisional reserve.

The Accuhorsemat Adult Jumper Division saw Ray Coutley of Lexington Park, MD, and his own Naiver Stokes ride to the circuit championship, while Julia Strawbridge of West Grove, PA, and her own Charina collected the division’s reserve circuit champion awards.

Sarah Kerins and Penelope Cruz
Penelope Cruz, piloted by Sarah Kerins of Wellington, FL, and owned by Darragh Kerins, captured to honors for their performances in the Amateur Owner/Junior Jumper Divisions to take the circuit championship. Joyce Green of Melbourne, FL, and her own Cassidy took reserve circuit champion in the division.

The Equine Couture/Tuff Rider Low Adult Jumper Division saw Heather Kuhl of Plantation, FL, and her own Wasserman collect the divisions top circuit honors ahead of Amy Sangster of Orlando, FL, and her own Cabrius, who earned reserve circuit champion.

Isabel Ernst of Vero Beach, FL, and Cabaret finished atop the Equine Couture/Tuff Rider Low Children’s Jumper Division to take the circuit championship. Claire Lube of Orlando, FL, and Baloubet K, owned by Kyle Dewar, finished with reserve circuit champion honors.

Competition during the ESP Spring Series continues with the final week of competition, beginning tomorrow, Friday, May 12, and continuing through Sunday, May 14, at Equestrian Village, located at 13500 South Shore Boulevard in Wellington, FL. For more information please visit www.pbiec.com.

Photo Credit ©AnneGittinsPhotography. These photos may only be used once in relation to this press release.

 

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