2012 Pennsylvania National Horse Show
All the action from Junior Weekend and the Pessoa/USEF Medal Finals to the open and amateur hunters and the $85,000 Grand Prix de Penn National
Catch up on last year's winners.
Her second title amateur-owner jumper title at Harrisburg gets her closer than ever to accomplishing an even bigger goal.
Hunt Tosh battles off illness to ride Cold Harbor to the top of the regular conformation division, Jennifer Bauersachs says goodbye to a special horse (and his owner) and Amanda Steege admits she's just as nervous as you are when she's getting ready to head into the professional ring.
The 22-year-old professional from California takes on the big guns of the hunter world and wins.
Dana Scott survives a few heart-stopping rubs to be the only rider to jump four clean rounds over the week and claim individual gold. And the Zone 5 team turns in clean round after clean round to take team gold in the prix des States.
The New Jersey teenager prevails over her nerves and 256 other riders to take the prestigious win.
Yasmin Rizvi makes a clean sweep of the small ponies, Emma Kurtz gets her name known, and For The Laughter adds the one honor he's been missing.
Read about just what makes Tori Colvin so good, as well as how Jacob Pope has found himself living his dream.
The first day's action saw Tori Colvin and Hasbrouck Donovan triumph in the junior hunters, but a blue-eyed paint mare named Wicked stole the show in the NAL Pony Jumper Final.
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