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Devon Horse Show

May 28, 2016

Jobs Makes Her First Devon Extraordinary

Devon, Pa.—May 28

When Eve Jobs headed into the ring for the jump-off of the $20,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior Jumper Classic, she knew she had her work cut out for her. The jump-off track was proving tough, and only Emma Sargent and Winchester laid down a clean-and-clear second go.

But Jobs and Sandor de la Pomme sliced all their corners on their way around Kelvin Bywater’s short course and galloped up a line in one less than her plan to stop the clock ahead of Sargent and Winchester and claim blue.

May 28, 2016

Meet Toga The Devon Woodchuck

Devon, Pa.—May 28

Some people bring Jack Russells to horse shows, others prefer Corgis. But the Antoniadis family has a different animal in tow at Devon.

Denis Antoniadis and her daughters, pony riders Alliya and Kierstin, saw a small, flat woodchuck in the middle of the road last week while they were at the Saratoga Horse Show (N.Y.) so they pulled over to move him out of the road. But when they got there they saw he hadn’t been hit or paralyzed as they originally feared, he was just extremely dehydrated.

May 27, 2016

Deslauriers Stays Consistent For R.W. “Ronnie” Mutch Equitation Championship

Devon, Pa.—May 27  

As Madison Goezmann’s name was called in third in the R.W. “Ronnie” W. Mutch Equitation Championship, Lucy Deslauriers and Daisy Farish exchanged small smiles.

“Us and Devon,” Farish said.

The two friends were in similar positions last year at the Devon Horse Show in the junior jumpers when Farish topped the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Classic with Triviant ahead of Deslauriers and Hester.

May 30, 2015

Sternlicht Enjoys A Triumphant Return To Devon

Devon, Pa.—May 30 

Adrienne Sternlicht hasn’t competed at Devon since her years riding ponies, and during her first trip back, she blazed around the Dixon Oval with Quidam MB to take top call in the $20,000 Show Jumping Hall Of Fame Amateur-Owner Classic.

That added to their win in yesterday’s accumulator made them the amateur-owner jumper champions.

“It’s just amazing the amount of spectators we get, and people are so excited and I think it adds a little bit of pressure and a little intensity,” said Sternlicht.

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