Friday, May. 24, 2024

H&M Necoll and Wolff Prevail In Young Rider Individual Show Jumping

  • “I had two down in the speed, and I was a little slow,” Wolff said. “I wasn’t expecting much of a comeback.” But comeback she did, dropping only one rail in the next four rounds to finish with a combined score of 9.93.
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  • “I had two down in the speed, and I was a little slow,” Wolff said. “I wasn’t expecting much of a comeback.” But comeback she did, dropping only one rail in the next four rounds to finish with a combined score of 9.93.
  • This was the final year at the NAJYRC for the 21-year-old Wolff, New Albany, Ohio. “It means a lot, and I am so relieved right now.” Wolff said.
  • Catherine Pasmore and My Boy jumped their way to a silver medal, with a combined score of 10.56 faults.
  • In the young rider championships, the individual medals are determined by the overall faults accumulated over the five rounds of individual and team competition. “I like the format,” Pasmore said. “It shows people who can stay consistent. It separates the good from the really good.”
  • This was a big year for the newly partnered Pasmore, 18, Charlottsville, Va., and My Boy, “He was a little strong for me in the beginning, but once he realized that it’s easier to carry around a girl we clicked,” she said. “We came here and he couldn’t have been better.”
  • In third was Springsteen and Vornado Van Den Hoendrik whose consistency had them hovering near the top of the standings all week.
  • The duo, from Colts Neck, N.J., pulled out a clean fifth round to take home the bronze medal.
  • Fourth went to Reed Kessler and Mika.
  • Lucy Davis and Nemo 119 added a fifth place to their team gold medal with 18.07 faults throughout the five rounds.

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