The opening race of the day in Bermuda Harness Pony Racing at Vesey Street set the tone for the day.
Kiwon Waldron in the bike of Special Gold battles Kayla Caldwell in the bike of War Machine in the 1:02&3 & Faster Time Bar Class, with Waldron and Special Gold edging Caldwell and War Machine by a time of 1:03 flat to 1:03&3.
In the second of the pairs two heats, the positions were reversed, but the time was even faster as Caldwell and War machine clocked 1:02&1, while Waldron and Special Gold clocked 1:02&3.
In the 1:02&4 – 1:04 Flat Time Bar Class first heat, saw Rockeyed Optimist with Christian Truran in the bike clock a winning time of 1:03&1, Double Time and Dylan DeSilva was second in 1:03&3 and ThisBabyRocks finished third with a time of 1:04 flat.
In the 1:04&1 – 1:05 flat Time Bar Class, Waldron in the bike of A Touch of Red clocked a winning time of 1:06&1, Scott Constable in the bike of Gold Legacy was second in 1:06&2.
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Stardust Jumping Show #3 Round Up
Kamali Tucker in Action
The Bermuda Equestrian Federations Star Dust Stables Final Series event for the 2019¬2020 Season took place at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street.
Tyler James and Happy Feet won the 0.75m Pony Jumping Class, after clocking a Clear Round Jump Off time of 31.90, Courtney Sims and Mr. Rainman finished second with a Clear Round Jump Off time of 32.66 and Kamali Tucker finished third clocking a Jump Off time of 35.13, but they had 8 Penalty Fault Points.
During the 1.20m Horse Jumping Class, Philip Correia and Hornelli clocked a winning Clear Round time of 34.04, Christian Truran and De le Vega finished second with a Clear Round Jump Off time of 34.32 and Jaeda Smith and DaVinci finished third clocking a time of 65.12, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points.
Correia would also win the 1.30m Horse Jumping Class this time with Emerson, they clocked a Clear Round Jump Off time of 32.71, Truran and De Le Vega was second clocking a Clear Round Jump Off time of 33.40 and Kayla Bardgett and Causing Chaos finished third with a time of 32.61, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points.
Nicholas Lopes competed in the Winter Equestrian Festival event at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.
Lopes took to the ring with Casino 71 in the WCHR Junior Hunter 3'3" Classic CALI in Two Phases Class, with a field of 60 competitors.
The pair had a score of 72 in the First Phase and 73 in the Second Phase to finish with 145 points and that put them in 8th place overall.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Bermuda's Dressage Spot Confirmed for Tokyo
www.islandstats.com can confirm that Bermuda Olympic Association President and the President of the Bermuda Equestrian Federation have been sent confirmation of Eligibility of Bermuda to participate in the Equestrian Sport for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
In a letter dated February 17th, it confirms Dressage the Sport has been confirmed, with Annabelle Collins currently the only Bermuda athlete in the Sport who has met the Standard.
Bermuda has until March 16th 2020 to confirm whether or not they intend to participate at the Tokyo Olympic Games as Individual.
Saturday, February 15, 2020
World Jumping Challenge Postponed
Organizers have decided to reschedule Competition #1 of the FEI Jumping World Challenge at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street to Sunday, February 16th.
Horse Inspection is scheduled to commence at 8 a.m.