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May 11, 2014

A Little Luck Puts Davidson On Top At Jersey Fresh CCI***

Allentown, N.J.—May 11

Buck Davidson is known for his signature socks in his cross-country colors of red and yellow, which he wears at every horse inspection.

But earlier in the week, Davidson thought his luck had run out when he misplaced them in his camper at Jersey Fresh.

May 11, 2014

All Horses Pass The Final Inspection At Jersey Fresh

Allentown, N.J. - May 11

Every horse presented in the final horse inspection passed this morning at Jersey Fresh.

In the CCI**, both Liz Riley's Infinite Truth and Justine Dutton's Huck Finn were held but passed upon reinspection. Second placed rider Lynn Symansky withdrew Osbourne 9 due to some bruising and soreness incurred in her fall from her CIC*** mount Donner during yesterday's cross-country.

Taryn Nolte, who was in 14th after cross-country, withdrew Cleverly. Fourteen horses will jump.

May 10, 2014

Payne Gets His Perfect Prep At Jersey Fresh CIC***

Allentown, N.J. - May 10

Doug Payne was looking for the perfect prep event before heading overseas to the Saumur CCI*** in May, and that’s just what he got at Jersey Fresh, leading the CIC*** from start to finish on Crown Talisman.

May 10, 2014

Fernhill Fugitive Flies Into The Jersey Fresh CCI*** Lead

Allentown, N.J. - May 10    

Phillip Dutton and Fernhill Fugitive came to this year’s Jersey Fresh CCI*** with something to prove.

Last year, the pair suffered a fall on cross-country, and Dutton realized the gelding needed a little more time at the three-star level before pushing to be competitive.

This time around, “Jack” was brimming with confidence, and he jumped around John Williams’ tough track with one of just three double-clear rounds, moving up from sixth after dressage to take over the lead.

May 9, 2014

David Ziegler Doubles His Focus

Three years ago, Canada’s David Ziegler wouldn’t have believed competing in a CIC** at the Jersey Fresh International Horse Trials (N.J.) would be in his cards, especially not on a four-star veteran like Critical Decision.

But even at 18 and after a serious injury, Missy Ransehousen’s former ride, who’s contested the biggest events in the world, still has it in him.

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