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  • Maclay Regionals results?

    There were no fewer than FOUR regionals yesterday (Central, Mountian, Northwest, and West) and not a peep on here about results.

    C'mon people, fulfill your civic duty and give us Eq groupies something information!
    Life would be infinitely better if pinatas suddenly appeared throughout the day.

  • #2
    I believe Tess Fortune on Double Delight won in Mason City IA. She trains with Kyle Dewar in Oconomowoc Wi. at Chestnut Hill Farm.

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    • #3
      Zone 10: 1. Cayla Richards 2. Theodore Boris (whom 99% of the people there thought should have won) 3. Jocelyn Neff 4. Saer Coulter 5. Lucy Davis 6. Gabbi Langston 7. Olivia Esse 8. Samantha Harrison 9. Demi Stiegler 10. Sophie Verges. Really nice forward course that you couldn't ride as a perching passenger, and way more refusals than you'd have expected, but all in all a much better group of rides than in the past few years.

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      • #4
        Midwest Regional - St. Louis, MO

        1 Caitlin Ziegler
        2 Jessy Ramljak
        3 Laura Baginski
        4 Eirin Bruheim
        5 Kalvin Dobbs
        6 Emily Auer
        7 Ellie Bernstein
        8 Abby O'mara
        9 Natalie Liberman
        10 Madison Leigh Games
        11 Jordan Weaver
        12 Nora Lave

        Results from last night's regional in Missouri. Phoenix Mom, there is no regional in Mason City. That would have been a regular Maclay qualifiying class.
        My new mantra - \"Life is too short not to eat ice cream.\"
        ReRiders Clique

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        • #5
          Does anybody have NW results?
          photography!
          the ponies

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          • #6
            Northwest.
            1) Cassandra Kahle
            2) Colleen Biemer
            3) Garrett Schmidt
            4) Amanda Moore
            5) Alexa Anthony
            8) Rebecca Sexton
            Sorry thats all I remember....

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            • #7
              Where were the zone 10 regionals held?
              http://www.youtube.com/user/LeeB110

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              • #8
                Oaks
                Justice will only be achieved when those who are not injured by crime feel as indignant as those who are. - King Soloman (970-928 B.C.)

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                • #9
                  Mountain Regional:

                  http://www.leg-shows.com/colorado_ne...hp?news_id=223

                  I watched the class and sorry, I do not know the junior riders and did not have anything to write with. A very nice rider was second on a wonderful bay that could not have been over 15.2 hands. The winner's horse was flawless and flowing - what a nice ride! What I really liked about the class was the 4 workoff riders had to go to a remote corner right out of the flat work and do the verbally described workoff course without coaching or talking to each other.

                  The work off course was: Hand gallop out of line up directly to the 1st, counter canter a tight 3/4 circle to the 2nd, canter up to a turn leaving a few strides to trot the 3rd fence, then a 4 stride or so to a wingless skinny 4th, halt. Then canter straight up the center with 3 changes of lead back to the line up corner. There were 12 - 14 in the class and announcer said 3-4 would go on.
                  Last edited by Plumcreek; Sep. 14, 2009, 01:23 AM.
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                  • #10
                    Western Regional

                    Rounding out the top ten (ditto on the Theo Boris comment, BTW) as copied from a list at the back gate.
                    11. Allison Fithian
                    12. Holly Dickinson
                    13. Kilian McGrath
                    14. Navona Gallegos
                    15. Carolyn Ingalls
                    16. Haley Webster
                    17. Haley Jacobi
                    18. Zoie Nagelhout
                    19. Rachael Thurman
                    20. Audrey Coulter

                    Thirty five showed of the 36 entered. The course, IMHO, was a good balance b/w last year's course (too easy, possibly in reaction to the carnage the previous year) and the one two years ago. You had to flow, use your eyes and not stop riding. There were a few kids that were a bit green, but the riding was overall quite good. My trainer did comment on the relatively large number who looked down to check their diagonal in the jumping phase.

                    The flat work was the usual disappointment (W-T-C, sitting trot). They hacked in two groups. The first group was the lower scores and had 17+ (not sure--they read the numbers too fast for me to get all of them). Second group was 14 riders. There wasn't much movement in the top group after the flat, assuming they were called back in order.

                    There was a work-off of the top five! The top two were both good and stayed in the order called in. Jocelyn moved up to third when two of the five had counter canter issues.

                    Link to complete list of entries, with horses: http://www.horseshowtime.com/showord....asp?Show=2716

                    Course diagram posted--not 100% sure of workoff.

                    Sorry about the lack of prompt reporting, but I got home from the Oaks at 11 pm and had an 8 am lesson this morning.
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                    The Evil Chem Prof

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                    • #11
                      Great reporting as usual Peggy. Looking down to check diagonals at that level is NQR good call from your trainer.

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                      • #12
                        It was a big eye-opener, all those kids checking them. And, sadly, a few VERY poor sports. And, sadly, mama chimin' right in with one of them. Jolly bad form, that.

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                        • #13
                          It was a big eye-opener, all those kids checking them. And, sadly, a few VERY poor sports. And, sadly, mama chimin' right in with one of them. Jolly bad form, that.


                          Having been to lots of shows and having seen many of the riders on this list compete I can only imagine whose mama was chimin in - probably can actually guess. My daughters love for the eq arena diminished early on and I can't say that I am really all that sad about it.
                          http://www.youtube.com/user/LeeB110

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TB110 View Post
                            I can only imagine whose mama was chimin in - probably can actually guess.
                            No, probably can't on this one actually. But feel free to PM me with your guess and I will tell you if you are right or not!

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Peggy View Post
                              Sorry about the lack of prompt reporting, but I got home from the Oaks at 11 pm and had an 8 am lesson this morning.
                              Your excellent report (and bonus point for posting the course and the test) earns you forgiveness.
                              Life would be infinitely better if pinatas suddenly appeared throughout the day.

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                              • #16
                                this weekend is zone 1 and zone 2, are there any others left to run?

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                                • #17
                                  Is there a list anywhere of who's qualified for Zone 1 and Zone 2 regionals? I'm hoping to make it up to both this weekend, broken elbow and all! I've suckered my dad into taking pictures while I video tape. Our new camera is far too big for me to use with one hand!


                                  Did any COTHers qualify?

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                                  • #18
                                    The qualifier in Kentucky is this weekend also.
                                    My new mantra - \"Life is too short not to eat ice cream.\"
                                    ReRiders Clique

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                                    • #19
                                      what kind of camera are you using for videoing> My daughter is riding a new horse - first lesson is tomorrow! and competing at Westbrook, and one of the stipulations is I video the rounds for the owner! I don't have a working camera so need to get one quick and don't know what to get!!

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                                      • #20
                                        dauphine2 --

                                        I qualified for Zone 1 so I'll be there this weekend!
                                        "To accomplish great things we must not only act, but dream; not only plan, but also believe."

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