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National Horse Show

January 5, 2007

Ward Crowned At National Horse Show

He didn't win either of the two grand prix classes on the weekend, but McLain Ward wasn't complaining. With two second-placed finishes aboard Sapphire, he walked away with the Rolex/USEF National Show Jumping Championship from the National Horse Show, held Nov. 29-Dec. 3 in Wellington, Fla.

December 3, 2006

It's Engle's Day, But Ward Wins Big At National Horse Show

He may not have won either one of the two rounds of the Rolex/USEF National Show Jumping Championship, but at the end of the day, McLain Ward ended up on top with the national title with Sapphire.  His second place on Friday night in the Rolex/USEF National Championship Round 1 CSI-W, combined with his second place today, Dec. 3, in the $50,000 Rolex/USEF National Championship Round 2, at the National Horse Show in Wellington, Fla., earned him the title.

December 2, 2006

Massaro And Stewart Cap Hunter Championships

It was Megan Massaro’s last ride in the junior hunters, and she was going to make it count.  She guided Lyle to yet another spectacular trip, clinching the National Horse Show Junior & Amateur-Owner Hunter Championship today, Dec. 2 in Wellington, Fla.

December 3, 2005

Hardin Towell And Holly Orlando Take National Horse Show Hunter Honors

As of Monday, Hardin Towell wasn't planning on showing at the National Horse Show, Nov. 30-Dec. 4 in Wellington, Fla. He was home in Camden, S.C., going to school and thinking he wouldn't show again until January.

But then a phone call from trainers Ken and Emily Smith changed all that. Their junior rider, Christy Russo, sprained her ankle, and they offered the rides on her horses--High Cotton and Miracle. So Towell hopped on a plane and ended up grand junior hunter champion with Miracle, and then won the National Horse Show Junior/Amateur-Owner Hunter Championship class.

December 2, 2005

New Horses Bring Big Results At National Horse Show

Molly Ashe cantered into the ring in Neauville to jump off in the $100,000 Lexus National Horse Show Jumper Championship CSI-W not quite sure what to expect. This was only her second jump-off on the chestnut gelding, and her first time showing him under the lights. The NHS Jumper Championship was held in the evening of Dec. 2, under spotlights on the International Field of the Palm Beach Polo and Equestrian Center in Wellington, Fla.

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