The National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street was the scene of the Inwood Hunter Show.
In the Adult Hunter Over Fences Class saw Philip Correia riding Emerson finishing first, Kirista Rabain and Helsinki finished second, Carla Stempel and Tres Beau was third and Correia riding Hornelli was fourth.
During the Adult Hunter Horse Under Saddle Class was won by Melinda Decosta riding Forza, Stempel and Tres Beau was second, while Nicole Correia riding Emerson finished third. Philip Correia was fourth riding Hornelli, with Rabain and Helsinki finished fifth.
Friday, November 17, 2017
Bermuda Trio Compete in the Netherlands
Jillian Terceira, Patrick Nisbett and Tyler Lopes continued taking part in the CSI2*/CSI1*/CSIYH1* De Peelbergen Winter International Horse Jumping Event.
On Day Two in Kronenberg in the Netherlands all three took to the ring.
During the 1.30m CSI1* Table A on Time Class, Terceira and Amarulla finished 2nd clocking a Clear Round time of 64.24, Nisbett riding Jahwara d'Ysenbeeck Z finished 59th, they clocked a time of 67.35, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points and Lopes riding Escalada finished 77th clocking a time of 73.24, but they had 8 Penalty Fault Points.
Nisbett and Balasz finished 18th competing in the 1.40m CSI2* in Two Phases Class, they clocked a Clear First Phase time of 53.26, and then the recorded a Clear Second Phase time of 31.25.
During the 1.35m CSI2* in Two Phases Class, Terceira and Chakova finished 77th clocking a time of 47.64, but they had 8 Penalty Fault Points, while Nisbett and Da Vinci finished 81st clocking 58.11, with 8 Penalty Fault Points.
Terceira and Tamerino competed in the 1.45m CSI2* Table A with Jump-Off Class, they clocked a time of 68.62, with 1 Penalty Fault Point leaving them in 19th place.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Terceira Begins Competing in the Netherlands
Jillian Terceira, Patrick Nisbett and Tyler Lopes are all taking part on the CSI2*/CSI1*/CSIYH1* De Peelbergen Winter Tour 2017 - Week 1.
On Day One in Kronenberg in the Netherlands only Terceira took to the ring.
Competing in the CSI2* Table A 1.40m Group 1 Class finishing 27th riding Tamerino, they clocked a Clear Round time of 68.24.
Monday, November 13, 2017
Bermuda Harness Pony Racing Round Up
In Harness Pony Racing at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street saw a large crowd on hand for a day of racing.
Disaster was avoided at the conclusion of Heat 7 of the afternoon, with Kayla Caldwell in the bike of Stay Tuned made a remarkable save at the conclusion of her race.
Caldwell a rookie driver had just won her first race of the season in the 1:10&1 – 1:13 Flat Class Heat Two, just after crossing the line Caldwell’s left wheel came into contact with Christian Truran’s in the bike of Thisbabyrocks right wheel with the bike tilting to one side, but she was able to keep the horse under control and was able to keep the bike upright.
Meanwhile Ryan Burrows in the bike of Simsfield Hard Times won Heat One of the 1:04&4 & Faster Time Bar Class clocking a time of 1:05&1, while Andy Stoneham and Custard the Dragon was second in 1:05&4 and Christian Truran in the bike of Itsallaboutme finished third in 1:06&1.
The 1:07&2 – 1:10 Time Bar Class Heat One was won by Casey Truran in the bike of Big Mean Machine clocked a winning time of 1:07&2, Jorde Smith in the bike of Major Medical finished second clocking 1:09&4, LR’s Last Chance with Kelsey Durham in the bike finished 3rd stopping the clock in 1:10&1 and finishing 4th was Candyce Martins in the bike of Inwood’s Progress clocking 1:10&2.
Heat One of the 1:10&1 – 1:13 Time Bar Class saw Christian Truran in the bike of Thisbabyrocks recorded a winning time of 1:09 flat, while Demian Tucker in the bike of Spirit of Brona was second in 1:10&1 and Kayla Caldwell with Stay Tuned in the bike finished third clocking a time of 1:12 flat.
Sunday, November 05, 2017
Bermuda's FEI Dressage Scores Released
Dawn Fox in Action
Bermuda’s Dressage riders went up against 36 countries for the 37th Annual FEI World Dressage Challenge, a competition which bridges National and International levels of competition in the Dressage community.
The following are the Bermuda results as we await the other results to find out Bermuda’s final position.
The Bermuda FEI 2017 Judges were Mercedes Campdera from Mexico and Lois Yukins from USA.
In the Intermediate I Class Dawn Fox riding Lancelot finished with a score of 64.61%.
The Youth Division saw Kelsey Amos and Wiratoro finish first with a score of 66.92%, Robin Stempel and Happy Feet was second with a score of 66.92%, Christian Truran and Roseland was third with a score of 60.67%.
Angela Halloran-Smith riding Finnomenal AV won the Senior I Class with a score of 67.89%, Casey Truran and De Le Vegas finished second with 65.94%, Claire Salmon riding G.P. Sophia was third with a score of 63.91%. Virginia McKey and Matinee was fourth with a score of 62.03%, while Jackie Scott and Deportista was fifth with a score of 56.80%. 5
The Prix St. Georges Class was won by Dawn Fox riding Landtango recording a score of 64.08%.