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  • Maclay Regional Results anyone?

    Anyone have any results for the Maclay Regionals? I think there are a few this weekend.

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    • #3
      Only thing I know was from an instagram post, Elizabeth Adelson was 2nd at one. Not sure what Regionals it was though.
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      • #4
        I know that Jacksonville and St. Louis are today. Just don't know results.

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        • #5
          Washington, California, Colorado and St. Louis are today. Colorado results are up. Check horseshowtime.com for results from the first three above. For St. Louis, google St. Louis Charity Horse Show. Kentucky, Florida, New York and Connecticut are next weekend.

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          • #6
            I don't think regionals went today for Zone 10... I'm looking at the class but it doesn't give me results, just looks like an order of go.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by supershorty628 View Post
              I don't think regionals went today for Zone 10... I'm looking at the class but it doesn't give me results, just looks like an order of go.
              I agree-there are no 1, 2, 3...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by hunterrider23 View Post
                Only thing I know was from an instagram post, Elizabeth Adelson was 2nd at one. Not sure what Regionals it was though.
                I believe that was ours in Colorado. I am terrible at remembering names, but a young man from Arizona won it - Sherri Templin's student. Very competative group of 17 here. There is a nice hunt breakfast for everyone on the berm while watching, and all other rings do not start until the Regionals are done. Very enjoyable.
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                • #9
                  Hunter Holloway won St. Louis Regionals

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                  • #10
                    Hunter Holloway (who is 13 or 14) won at St Louis. Jeffrey Tolsom (night have misspelled last name) won in Colorado.

                    Are they taking the top 60% again, or is it less?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by supershorty628 View Post
                      I don't think regionals went today for Zone 10... I'm looking at the class but it doesn't give me results, just looks like an order of go.
                      Pretty sure they did based on what I saw on Facebook from a few kids I know who were riding in it. It's an evening class, so they still might not have been over even at 11 p.m. EST—only 8 p.m. on the left coast.

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                      • #12
                        The schedule is here:

                        http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/...clay-regionals

                        www.horseshowtime.com has the CO results. Googling the horse show name + results will probably get you the best results tor the other shows.

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                        • #13
                          Sara Nordstrom was the winner at the Zone 9 regionals, Ali Cornish reserve. Full results up on horseshowtime.com, show is NW Autumn Classic.
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                          • #14
                            Zone 10 was tonight; Peggy posted the course on her Facebook. Sadly I was unable to attend, but I am sure she will post all the info.

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                              Zone 9, Region 7 NW Autumn Finals, Monroe, WA. 21 competitors.

                              1st Sara Nordstrom
                              2 Ali Cornish
                              3 Lauren Myers
                              4 Mackenzie Audino
                              5 Brittyn Neimi
                              6 Jocelyn Evans
                              7 Kendall Pedigo
                              8 Claire Doty
                              9 Natalie Hill
                              10 Vivian Keller

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                              • #16
                                Zone X
                                Winner: Alexis Graves
                                2nd : Hannah Von Heiddegar (another 14 yr old)
                                3-Morgan Gellar
                                4- Haley Webster
                                5- Sydney Hutchins
                                6- Sophie Simpson
                                7- Savannah Jenkins

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                                • #17
                                  Maclay regional 2012

                                  Alexis Graves and her horse Lalonde won zone 10 regionals in San Juan Capistrano, CA
                                  Last edited by judgintheq; Oct. 29, 2013, 06:23 AM.

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                                    Region 8 Maclay Regionals (Oaks-Blenheim)

                                    OK. Just got back after leaving house at 6:15 this morning. Fed cats. Showered. And now need to be back up at 6 am tomorrow, so this is going to be relatively quick.

                                    Course diagram:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...8&l=9ce216085f

                                    Thirty four rode. Some rails. Very few stops. One stopped out. One involuntary dismount. One bad stumble (Hannah Von Heidegger) after fence 11, but with a rapid and focussed recovery, she rode over the final in and out fine and still made the top flat group.

                                    They did a basic (WTC, sitting trot) hack of 32 riders, in three groups. One rider (called back 11th in the top group) had a kimberwicke, complete with curb chain. There MAY have also been rings or something on the caveson. Rider ended up 12th overall.

                                    Workoff of the top 7. They were lined up at the top of the ring on the diagram. Canter directly to 3, C4, C9, C10, C5, halt, CC 11, sitting trot back to lineup. Some sloppy halts but nothing major that I remember. Some went outside of six, then halted to pick up the CC. Others (most of them after the first one did it, a few in) rode towards the gap between 6 and 7, halted before the gap and picked up the CC.

                                    Results (I am stealing these from the email I just got from iJumpSports:
                                    2012 ASPCA MACLAY REGIONAL FINALS WEST

                                    Champion - Alexis Graves - Trainer Nick Haness
                                    Reserve Champion - Hannah Von Heidegger - Karen Healey
                                    3rd Morgan Geller - Jim Hagman Elvenstar
                                    4th Haley Webster - Karen Healey and Patty Ball
                                    5th Sydney Hutchins - Jim Hagman Elvenstar
                                    6th Sophie Simpson - Nicole Simpson and Benson Carroll
                                    7th Savannah Jenkins - Karen Healey
                                    8th Leinas King - Karen Healey
                                    9th Alexandra LaDove - Lori De Rosa
                                    10th Carly Barrick - Peter Lombardo

                                    Now the ranking list through 25th.....
                                    11th Pilar Flourno
                                    12th Allison Causky
                                    13th Devon Manze
                                    14th Sachi Kawabata-porto
                                    15th Kira Zelman
                                    16th Erin Fry
                                    17th Henley Adkins
                                    18th Kilian McGrath
                                    19th McKenna Skelton
                                    20th Alexandra Murray
                                    21st Molly Peddicord
                                    22nd Stacey Bacheller
                                    23rd Sydney Calloway
                                    24th Olivia Champ
                                    25th Lauren Franco

                                    Alexis was on top going into the flat and Morgan was 2nd. They were reversed after the flat. And then reversed again after the work-off.
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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Plumcreek View Post
                                      There is a nice hunt breakfast for everyone on the berm while watching, and all other rings do not start until the Regionals are done. Very enjoyable.
                                      That's so nice to hear! Special event status for those kids.

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                                      • #20
                                        Here is the result from St. Louis last night:

                                        1. Hunter Holloway
                                        2. Caroline McLeece
                                        3. Kristin Lutz
                                        4. Katherine Woodruff
                                        5. Savannah Talcott
                                        6. Kaitlyn Alsup
                                        7. Barbara Ann Merryman
                                        8. Emily Hartley
                                        9. Landrie Folsom
                                        10. Bethany Bolan
                                        11. K C Thomps0n
                                        12. Blair Julia Wright
                                        13. Mackenzie Clark
                                        14. Reily Reiker
                                        15. Colleen McKenzie

                                        31 riders competed. They were brought back in three groups to flat, and then the top six tested again.
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