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Pine Top and Sporting Days Results


The past week has been a busy one: on February 24 we headed down to Pine Top Farm in Thompson, GA for the Spring Advanced Horse Trials and the following weekend over to Sporting Days Farm in Aiken for the March Horse Trials. While the weather at Pine Top was a bit rainy the horses had a great outing.

Ron and Densey Juvonen’s Remington XXV stole the show, winning Open Intermediate 1 on his dressage score. We are also excited for working student Emily van Gemeren and Berkley II, who completed their first advanced with a clean cross-country ride. All the horses had solid showings, and unfortunately Faye Woolf’s Ying Yang Yo was eliminated after missing a jump on cross-country. Read the rest of the results below.

Advanced Open-1
Berkley II, owned by Elenor Smith and ridden by Emily van Gemeren, 21st

Open Intermediate-1
Remington XXV, owned by Ron and Densey Juvonen and ridden by Boyd Martin, 1st

Open Intermediate-2
Crackerjack, owned by Lucy Boynton and ridden by Boyd Martin, 5th
Merging, owned by Laurie Cameron and ridden by Boyd Martin, 11th
Otis Barbotiere, owned by the Otis Barbotiere Syndicate and ridden by Boyd Martin, 12th

Open Preliminary-1
Poetic Justice, owned by Gail Thayer and ridden by Boyd Martin, 11th
Steady Eddie, owned by George and Gretchen Wintersteen, Denise Lahey and Pierre Colin and ridden by Boyd Martin, 15th
Ying Yang Yo, owned by Faye Woolf and ridden by Boyd Martin, TE

We headed over to Sporting Days last weekend hoping for better weather but weren’t so lucky. While the predicted tornadoes did hold off, we still got quite a bit of rain on Saturday, though it didn’t dampen our spirits! We are very excited about Bonnie Stedt’s Quinn Himself, who won the Training Horse-B division.

All of the training horses did well this weekend: Katie Walker’s Brewster and Wakefield both finished second in their respective Training Horse divisions with Boyd, and Caitlin Silliman won Training Horse C with George and Gretchen Wintersteen’s Ballyneety. We were glad to be joined by Ron and Densey Juvonen’s granddaughter Camilla Grover and Corona (pictured above), who placed 4th in the Junior Beginner Novice division. The Juvonen’s new horse, HH Lancaster, did his first event with Boyd this weekend and finished 6th in the Open Beginner Novice. Lancaster hails from Canada and is a talented new prospect that we are excited to have in the barn.

Intermediate/Preliminary
Arundel, owned and ridden by Abbie Golden, 5th

Preliminary Horse-A
New Cadet, owned by Anne Hennessey and ridden by Boyd Martin, 9th

Training Horse-A
Brewster, owned by Katie Walker and ridden by Boyd Martin, 2nd Polaris, owned by Ann Nawn and ridden by Sara Gumbiner, 6th

Training Horse-B
Quinn Himself, owned by Bonnie Stedt and ridden by Boyd Martin, 1st Bacardi, owned by Sandy Issler and ridden by Caitlin Silliman, 7th

Training Horse-C
Ballyneety, owned by George and Gretchen Wintersteen and ridden by Caitlin Silliman, 1st
Wakefield, owned by Katie Walker and ridden by Boyd Martin, 2nd

Open Novice-A
Freedom’s Pride, owned by Biz Carey and ridden by Caitlin Silliman, 7th

Open Novice-B
Warranga, owned by Amy Lindgren and ridden by Caitlin Silliman, 8th

Beginner Novice Horse-B
HH Lancaster, owned by Ron and Densey Juvonen and ridden by Boyd Martin, 6th

Junior Beginner Novice
Corona, ridden by Camilla Grover, 4th

This weekend we head over to Full Gallop for their March horse trials – Silva is heading home to Pennsylvania on Wednesday and our days in Aiken are quickly drawing to a close. Check back for more updates soon!

-Boyd

A huge thanks to Abbie Golden for helping to put this together!

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Comments

  1. Boyd you Jinxed yourself with Ying Yang Yo, in the Feb. 13 blog entry “A special shout out must go to Sara Gumbiner, whom is the only remaining Windurra rider (other than myself) who has not been technically eliminated at an event this year for missing a jump. Keep up the good work Sara!”

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