For Immediate Release
Wellington, FL – May 14, 2019 – Blythe Masters of New York, NY, and her own Eriana, took home the top honors in the $5,000 SemiCan 1.40m Open Stake at ESP Spring V, after stopping the timers at 50.205 seconds for the victory ahead of Hailey Royce of Gurnee, IL, and Goldbricker owned by Castlewood Farm Inc., who claimed second place with a time of 40.905 and and added four faults to their score. Luisfe Morales of Wellington, FL, aboard his own Ferrari DN, rounded out the top three with a time of 53.642 and six faults added to their score.
The class, designed by Andy Christiansen of Wellington, FL, saw a total of 11 entries contest the first round, with only three combinations moving forward to the jump-off round. Masters was the only competitor to finish the class with a double clear effort.
Mateo Coles of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and his own A.J. 4, took first place in the $2,500 Equiline Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Stake after completing the jump-off in 35.807 seconds. Allyson Blais of Boynton Beach, FL, piloted her own Escudo, to a second place finish after crossing through the timers in 42.642 seconds. Hunter Kava of Parkland, FL, aboard Miss Moneypenny, owned by Hunter McLean Stables LLC., claimed third place with a jump-off time of 66.132 and four faults added to their score.
The M&S Child/Adult Jumper Classic presented by Dover Saddlery saw Ansley Wright of Manalapan, FL, and her own Coriano van het Hermitage, secure top honors after completing their jump-off round in 36.672 seconds. Olivia Notman of Boca Raton, FL, rode her own Blueprint, to a second place finish after stopping the clock in 37.663 seconds, while Ella Hess of Boca Raton, FL, aboard Archer, owned by Molly Wolfe, wrapped up the top three with a final time of 41.318 seconds.
Alexandra Pace of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, and Generaal, owned by Irish Palms, LLC., were victorious in the $250 .85m Classic after crossing the timers in 39.933 seconds. Victoria Azahares of Plantation, FL, and her own Rubio followed close behind with a jump-off time of 40.24 seconds. In third place stood McKenna Schmell of Wellington, FL, riding her own Lordess of the Rings after completing the jump-off in 40.457 seconds.
Emily Ablin of Palm Beach, and Persimmon, owned by Leeann Ablin, took first place in the $1,500 Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic after stopping the jump-off timers in 32.44 seconds. Eleonora Novebaci of Weston, FL, rode Romance de Kerliven, owned by Daniela Roy, to a second place finish in a quick 33.724 seconds. Janet van der Slice of Royal Palm Beach, FL, aboard her own Tatabra Phoebe, claimed third place honors with a jump-off time of 35.013 seconds.
Stephanie Ann Cook of Franklin, TN, mounted on Lord Arthur 1916, owned by Lionsway Farm, secured the blue ribbon in the Child/Adult Jumper Classic, finishing their second round in 41.422 seconds. Ansley Wright of Manalapan, FL, and her own Coriano van het Hermitage captured second place with a time of 43.986 seconds, ahead of Olivia Notman of Boca Raton, FL, aboard her own Blueprint, who stopped the timers in 45.12 seconds.
The Vita Flex Amateur Owner/Junior Hunter 3’3″ Division was championed by Lissa Bachner of Wellington, FL, aboard her own Meridian, while Nadine Larkin of Coral Springs, FL, riding her own Camelia, took home the reserve awards in the division.
Emily Ablin of Palm Beach, FL, captured champion honors in the Joe DiMaggio’s Children’s Hospital Child/Adult Hunter Division with Jasper, owned by Kyle Dewar. In the reserve position stood Katie Giddings of Boca Raton, FL, with her own Belle Vol Z.
Karen Walcott of Wellington, FL, and Charm City, owned by KEQ, LLC., rose to the top of the leaderboard in the Pilates Rocks Low Adult Amateur Hunter Division, while Vanessa Adams of West Palm Beach, FL, aboard Valhalla, owned by Katie Sandler, claimed reserve honors.
Lily Gumbinner of West Palm Beach, FL, and Coralie, owned by Cindy Gerhart, mastered the Low Children’s Hunter Division, while Lauren Bialy of Davie, FL, riding her own Billboard took reserve.
Lisa Bachner of Wellington, FL also claimed champion in the Gold Coast Feed Performance Hunter 3’3″ Division with her own Meridian, while Nadine Larkin of Coral Springs, FL, and her own Camelia finished in reserve.
The Short Stirrup Hunter Division saw Jacqueline Reizen of Bay Harbor Island, FL, aboard Davidson, owned by Elm Creek Holdings, LLC., claim champion honors, while Sofia Masci of Lake Worth, FL, riding Second Chance, owned by Wallstreet Farm, took reserve.
Maggie Gould of Wellington, FL, and Klooney, owned by Lisa Petersen, took home top honors in the USHJA Hunter 2’3″ & 2’6″ Division, while Karen Walcott of Wellington, FL, and Charm City, owned by KEQ, LLC., finished with reserve honors.
Jennifer Papiernik of Wellington FL, aboard Carry On, owned by Ellen Bifano, claimed the champion position in the USHJA Hunter 3′ Division, while Carolyn Teneyck of Ft. Worth, FL, aboard her own Someday took home reserve.
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