Devon, Pa.—May 25
As the best riders in the country gather on the hallowed grounds of the Devon Horse Show & Country Fair, flawless round follows flawless round. We bring you four of Friday’s best trips, courtesy of USEF Network. You can see more on their Facebook page. Watch, drool and be ready to try to emulate.
Coco Fath kicked off the second day in Pennsylvania by winning section A of the ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship class on Hillside Farm LLC’s Class Action. There are so many riders in the equitation classes at Devon, they’re split into multiple sections, and there are three sections for the ASPCA Maclay.
Tanner Korotkin glided through section B of the Maclay with Missy Clark’s Zapfier to take home a Devon blue in a field of 42 riders.
Taking a pause from equitation, Abigail Gordon blew the judges away over in the Wheeler Ring. With Nicole White’s Farmore State Of The Art, she earned a score of 88, which was enough to take home the blue in the small pony hunter over fences class.
Elli Yeager relied on her steady partner of four years to not only win section C of the Maclay, but also capture the R.W. “Ronnie” Mutch Equitation Championship with her consistency. Throughout the weekend she and Copperfield 39 racked up two blues coupled with a red and a yellow. Make sure to read about how her change of plans led her to the coveted title.
Be sure to scroll through for more pictures of winners and behind the scenes glimpses in our gallery!
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