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December 1, 2009

Recent Results-Dec. 1

Stockholm International CAI-W, CDI-W & CSI***
Stockholm, Sweden, Nov. 27-29

Thomas Erikson of Sweden (123.23) won the four-in-hand CAI-W over Werner Ulrich of Switzerland (124.43) and Daniel Würgler of Switzerland (126.19). W.P.J. & M.A. Cornelissen’s Parzival (Adelinde Cornelissen of the Netherlands, 75.53%) won the Grand Prix over H. Asselt A. van Essen’s Premier (Aat van Essen of the Netherlands, 70.00) and J.A.W.J. Laarakkers’ Ovation (Christa Laarakkers of the Netherlands, 69.83). U.S. placings included: 17th—Tim Dutta Inc.’s Manette DC (Susan Dutta, 61.06). Parzival (Cornelissen, 83.85) won the Grand Prix Freestyle over Matthias Alexander Rath’s Triviant (Rath of Germany, 74.35) and Minna Telde’s Don Charly 1052 (Telde of Sweden, 73.60). Rolf-Göran Bengtsson’s Casall La Silla (Bengtsson of Sweden, 0-0/39.29) won the 1.50-meter Grand Prix over Bengt Andresson’s Caramell KS (Svante Johansson of Sweden, 0-0/39.92) and Hans Lundbäck’s Bukowskis Belisario (Helena Lundbäck of Sweden, 0-0/40.99). A.J.M. Ploegmakers’ Wadro’s Nerina (Jur Vrieling of the Netherlands, 0-53.27) won the 1.50-meter speed class over Casall La Silla (Bengtsson, 0-54.38).

Pine Top Thanksgiving Horse Trials
Thomson, Ga., Nov. 28-29

Winners included: open preliminary—Resolute Protector (Mary Bess Sigman, 37.4); junior/young rider—Tasmans Devil (Kirstie Dillon, 38.8); open training—Justa Bob (Nicholas Cwick, 30.5); training horse—Vandiver (Debi Crowley, 38.1); training rider—Fire And Ice (Kelley Kays-Everett, 32.6); young rider training—Darla Foster (Arielle Ostrov, 34.7); junior training—Tomorrow’s Sun (Megan Betzel, 31.4); novice rider—Axel (Anne Wilson, 30.0); open novice—Full Gallop’s Cochise (Lynn Coates-Holmes, 28.4); divisions of junior/young rider novice—Sir Sigmund (Jaclyn McCollum, 25.8) & On The House (Matilda Segal, 33.0); junior/young rider beginner novice—Legendary Chance (Anna Speth, 29.5); open beginner novice—Leslie Hicks (Mystic Contender, 28.4).

Holiday And Horses
Wellington, Fla., Nov. 25-29

Hillary Dobbs’ Quincy B (Dobbs) won the $50,000 Holiday And Horses World Cup Qualifier Grand Prix over Alexa & Krista Weisman’s Carlos Boy (Kenneth Berkley) and Ljubo Kochetova’s Aslan (Kochetova). Michael Morrissey’s Crelido (Morrissey) won the $25,000 Holiday And Horses Opener Grand Prix over La Nutria’s Notre Star La Nutria (Norman Dello Joio). Hunter champions included: adult amateur, 18-35—Be Cool (Alexa & Krista Weisman); adult amateur, 36-50—Graycious (Kathy Mailloux); adult amateur, 51 & over—Special K (Lora & Michael Schultz); amateur-owner—Chopard (Krista & Alexa Weisman); low amateur-owner—Corsair (Richard Prant); children’s—Petra (Edie Caldwell); children’s pony—Masquerade (Christina Firestone); green conformation—Bella Blue (Pony Lane Farm); green pony—Cassius Clay (Dana Rizzo); green—Nairobi Nights (Laura Lee Montross); junior, 16-17—Boulevard Deir (Cloud Hill Farm); large junior, 15 & under—Way Cool (Scott Stewart); large pony—For The Laughter (Betsee Parker); medium pony—Trillville (Bibby Hill); regular conformation—Francesca (Pony Lane Farm); small junior, 15 & under—World Time (Scott Stewart); small pony—RosMel’s Bit O’Blue—Boggs Hill & Katherine Haefner LLC). Jumper champions included: children’s—Blue Crush (Sligo Fields); high junior/amateur-owner—Curius (Gotham Enterprizes); low amateur-owner/junior—Bon Vivant (Mireya Godoy); low children’s/adult amateur—Rock Starr (Samantha Carter).

Santa Barbara National Amateur Hunter
Santa Barbara, Calif., Nov. 25-29

Hunter champions included: junior, 15-17—Gift Of Gold (Janie Postel); children’s, 13 & under—Justinian (Kim Klein); children’s, 14-17—Mala Mala (Paige Marshall); medium/large pony—Key West (Gentry Hill Farm); small pony—Blueberry Pie (Rachael Mair); adult amateur—Likewise (Katie Patterson). Jumper champions included: pony—Ibetican (Nancy Turrill); high children’s/adult amateur—Lennox (Samantha Tuerk); high junior/amateur-owner—Calvaro (Therese Peres); low children’s/adult amateur—Politically Correct (Katie Crampton).

Palm Beach Steeplechase
Palm Beach, Fla., Nov. 28

Mrs. Rufus M.G. Williams’ Seer (Xavier Aizpuru) won the $70,000 Palm Beach Supreme Hurdle over Alnoff Stable’s Ground Frost (Ross Geraghty) and Silverton Hill LLC’s Torlundy (Bernard Dalton). Other winners included: maiden hurdle—Michele C. Sanger’s Birthday Beau (Paddy Young); filly & mare hurdle stakes—Flying Horse Farm’s Farah T Salute (Aizpuru); allowance hurdle—Mrs. S. K. Johnston Jr.’s Swagger Stick (William Dowling); open claiming hurdle—Kenneth L. Ramsey’s Mabou (Ross Geraghty).

 

 

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