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New trivia- junior hunters of the '80s and '90s

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  • #41
    ... Castle Rising
    Lex Luther
    Tabor Hill (one of my favorites)
    Ivy League (the chestnut)
    After All
    Picadilly Picnic
    Show The Way
    Sir Rupert
    Lucky Lad
    Lark's Impression

    Kennett Square should know some of these, I think.


    • #42
      Erin Cunninham, Leia Curpier, Haven Ward, Lila Ward

      I believe he was Zone II Large Junior HOTY with each of these riders, plus HOTY in the Zone II Amateurs multiple times with his owner Erin, plus he was champion and reserve in the Amateurs at the Toronto Royal Winter Fair the last two times she showed him.

      Can you tell I was his biggest fan?

      He was a great horse!!


      • #43
        Legend Has It
        Spruce Goose
        Sport N Splendor
        Music Row
        Knee Deep



        • #44
          Legend Has It - Chad Keenum
          Missouri - Jonathan Phillips
          Spruce Goose -Danelle Monteleone
          Knee Deep - Kennedy Prentiss


          I warned you, but did you listen? -Monty Python and the Holy Grail


          • #45
            Legend Has It- Erin (or was it vanessa?) Haas
            Missouri- Danielle Monteleone
            Music Row- Mary Daily & Ashleigh Pattee
            Knee Deep- Mary Daily Pattee



            • #46
              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by SlimShady8661:
              Legend Has It
              Spruce Goose
              Sport N Splendor
              Music Row
              Knee Deep - Amanda Hoche, Amanda Thomas, One of the Linder girls



              • #47
                Actually, before that, Knee Deep (if I'm thinking of the same horse, chestnut with mega chrome) was originally in Ontario... I believe a girl named Melissa Fernyhough rode him? I remember being so jealous that she could kick him around a course, and I was constantly "whoa"-ing my TB mare... [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]


                • #48
                  Yes, I did write a letter to COTH and I did hunt BlueGrass for 3 years. He then retired to a pasture with two pony mares (we wondered if he had been a "high-ball" stallion for a while because he frequently mounted them)

                  Not sure about the brown mark... he had some odd markings early in life and that would have included hartwood so you're probably right.


                  • #49
                    Oh, and the Ainsley Vince question... she was riding Double Note the year I was in the juniors. Other than that, I'm stumped!

                    How about we go waaay back? Sarah Watt's two junior hunters. Anyone? Anyone? [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]


                    • #50
                      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> How about we go waaay back? Sarah Watt's two junior hunters. Anyone? Anyone? <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

                      Now that is going to drive me nutts all day! I am never going to get it, either. Damn.


                      • #51
                        Legend Has It was Mary Lisa Nicholson horse, Spruce Goose was Sandy Ferrell


                        • #52
                          How about:

                          Condor (at least 3 riders, there are more)
                          no one ever got Mane Event
                          Still waiting for 2nd rider on Ipanema
                          Mind Games
                          Axel Foley (2 riders)


                          • #53
                            Mind Games - Ashley Kennedy
                            Herschel - Havens
                            Axel Foley (2 riders) - Havens and ???


                            I warned you, but did you listen? -Monty Python and the Holy Grail


                            • #54
                              Herschel - Miranda Scott & Winn Reid while he was in VA. Talk about an evil nasty horse.....


                              • #55
                                That boy from NC rode Axel Foley. I remember him stopping at a showing Asheville and he reared a bit. The boy, what is his name??? Stuck his arm in the air like a rodeo rider and everyone laughted. It might have been the Maclay Regionals?

                                'If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy?'
                                You will not rise to the occasion, you will default to your level of training.


                                • #56
                                  <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Midge:
                                  That boy from NC rode Axel Foley. I remember him stopping at a showing Asheville and he reared a bit. The boy, what is his name??? Stuck his arm in the air like a rodeo rider and everyone laughted. It might have been the Maclay Regionals?

                                  'If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy?'<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

                                  Fond memories....
                                  "Owning a barnyard animal is not as easy as it looks on the internet."-Rob and Big


                                  • #57
                                    That was the first time I saw you on Moment to Moment. Lexington and Derek beat you guys in the hack off right?

                                    *Pony Rock*


                                    • #58
                                      Julie Bacon, Louis Jacobs & Charlie Jacobs.


                                      • #59
                                        ...What is the right answer for Lyrik??? I never should have looked at these threads - they're driving me nuts!


                                        • #60
                                          Ashley and Courtney Kennedy rode Lyrik with Bill Schwab