Wellington, FL – October 18, 2017 – Paulo Santana of Wellington, FL, and Una Du Keske Z earned top honors in the $10,000 TackNRider Stake at ESP Fall I at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC), topping the class with a time of 47.664 seconds in the jump-off and adding four faults to their score. Penny Brennen of Bruhl, AL, and Beaujolais Du Ruet, owned by Santata Stables LLC, finished in second place with a time of 47.902, also adding four faults to in their jump-off round. Luis Larrazabal of Wellington, FL, and Tuja 6 rounded out the top three with a time of 55.551 seconds and an additional ten faults.
Perla Boord of Key Biscayne, FL, and her own Charlie XVIII topped the Marshall & Sterling Child/Adult Classic with a time of 36.518 seconds in the jump-off round, while Mateo Coles of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and V.I.P., owned by Daniela Roy, stopped the timers in 33.729 seconds for second place. Moira Maclean of Key Biscayne, FL, and her own Quinam Des Etisses earned the fastest four-fault trip in the first round after finishing in 72.453 seconds.
The Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic saw Clara Vidal of South West Ranches, FL, and Carneyhaugh Riddle, owned by Daniela Roy, finish atop the class as the only combination to contest the jump-off. Mariana Herrera of Loxahatchee, FL, and Tango, owned by Laura Maria Herrera, collected second place after adding a single time fault to their first round score. Samantha Palermo of Merritt Island, FL, and QRHF Elleana, owned by Kelly Simpson, finished in third place after dropping a rail for four faults in the first round and stopping the timers in 71.042 seconds.
Robyn Hannigan of Celebration, FL, and her own Copacabana took top honors in the Low Junior/Amateur Owner Classic after completing their short course trip in 47.775 seconds. Dolores Funes of Wellington, FL, and Chantilly, owned by Samuel Parot, took second place honors with a time of 47.832, while Paige Coles of Boca Raton, FL, and her own Chicago 88 rounded out the top three with a time of 48.206 seconds.
|Paulo Santana and Una Du Keske Z in their presentation ceremony.|
The Accuhorsemat Child/Adult Jumper Classic saw Isabel Sanchez of West Palm Beach, FL, and her own Chino rode to top honors in the class after finishing their jump-off track in 44.457 seconds. Ansgar Holtgers Jr. of Wellington, FL, and Queretaro 2, owned by Gut Einhaus, LLC, finished in second place in the jump-off after dropping a single rail and stopping the timers in 42.679 seconds. Ashley Anzulewicz of Tampa, FL, and her own Fleur Royale took third place as the quickest four fault combination in the first round with a time of 87.348 seconds.
The UHealth Children’s Hunter Division was topped by Isabella Watson of Lake Worth, FL, and her own Worthington as the pair took divisional honors while Isabel Beltran of Jupiter, FL, and her own Alleala finished with reserve champion honors.
The Adult Amateur Hunter Division saw Eliza Eddy of Lighthouse Point, FL, and Madewell, owned by Richard Cunkle, finish as the division champions, while Eddy also took reserve aboard Cussini, owned by Lili Halterman.
|Isabel Sanchez and Chino in their presentation ceremony.|
Ashley Briggs of Loxahatchee, FL, and her own All Wrapped Up finished atop the #1 Education Place Junior A/O Hunter 3’3″ Division ahead of Madison Wanicka of Palm Beach, FL, and her own Robin Hood, who finished a strong weekend with reserve champion honors.Ella Bostwick of Wellington, FL, and Rose Gold, owned by Lisa Lesko, captured champion accolades in the Large Pony Hunter Division. Emma Vandenhouten of Plantation, FL, and her own Spiderman finished in reserve.
The Gold Coast Feed Performance Hunter 3’3″ Division saw Isaac Leffkowitz of Ocala, FL, and Cartington, owned by Edward O’Connor, finish atop the weekend’s division. Leffkowtiz guided Pianist, owned by Kat Chrysostom, to reserve champion.
The USHJA Hunter 2’3″ & 2’6″ was championed by Courtney O’Brian of Rineback, NY, and Right On Q, owned by Karen Walcott. O’Brian also guided Charm City, owned by KEQ, LLC, to reserve champion.
Competition continues at PBIEC with ESP Fall II, beginning Friday, October 20 and continuing through Sunday, October 22. For more information please visit www.pbiec.com.
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