The Bermuda Horse and Pony Association hosted Day One of their Spring Show at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street.
In the 2 Feet Equitation Open Class saw Suzette Sailsman and Sur La Mer ride to victory, while Natalia Haycock Tafur was second riding Edelweiss and Ryan Wright was third riding You'll Be Amazed.
In the 2 feet 9 inches Junior Equitation Over Fences 12-14 Year Old Age Group Division saw Emily Cox and Lets Play finish first, Kelsey Amos and Helsinki van de Heffinck was second and Amber Bridges and Natural Selection was hird.
Michael Rodrigues and All In One won the 3 feet Adult Equitation Over Fence Class, Stephanie Kemp and Good as Gold finished second and Vee McKey and Matinee finished third.
The Second Series of the RES Hunter Jumper Show concluded at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street.
Christian Truran won the 3 Feet 3.3 Inches Working Hunter Handy Horse Over the Fence Class riding Forza, Kayla Bardgett and Causing Chaos finished second and Casey Truran finished third riding De Le Vega.
During the Junior Hunter Horse Over the Fence 3 Feet Class, Cody Rego and Casanovas picked up the win, Kayla Bardgett and Causing Chaos finished second and Christian Truran and Roseland finished third.
Tyler James won the 2 foot 6 inches Hunter Pony Over the Fence Class riding Happy Feet, Jenna Ferreira and Piece of the Puzzle finished second.
It was on Wednesday that www.islandstats.com reported Bermuda’s 2019 FEI Jumping World Challenge Winners.
Today we bring you comments from the category winners.
In the Aon Trophy 1.20-1.30m Category “A”, Philip Correia & Emerson were crowned the Champions.
In the Nightmare Trophy 1.10-1.20m Category “B” Courtney Bromby and Worth the Wait claim the Division.
In the Central Carolina Trophy 1.00-1.10m Category “C” Division, Cody Rego and Casanova were declared the winners.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Bermuda's World Jumping Challenge Team
The final phase of the 2019 FEI Jumping World Challenge (FEI JWC) took place at the National Equestrian Center on Vesey Street.
The 2019 FEI JWC comprised of three separate Jumping events held on February 17th, as well as March 2nd & 9th.
The FEI’s Individual, Regional & World rankings are determined from the best results from two of the three events.
In the Aon Trophy 1.20-1.30m Category “A”, Philip Correia & his talented chestnut stallion Emerson were crowned the Champions. This team had a cumulative result of zero faults and cumulative time of 99.88.
In the Nightmare Trophy 1.10-1.20m Category “B” saw Courtney Bromby riding Worth the Wait claim the Division. The pair had a cumulative score of zero faults and cumulative time of 104.96.
In the Central Carolina Trophy 1.00-1.10m Category “C” Division, Cody Rego riding his horse Casanova were declared the winners. This dynamic team had a cumulative score of zero faults and cumulative time of 108.33.
The 2019 Bermuda Jumping World Challenge Team members are Category “A” winner Correia & Emerson, Category “B” winner Bromby & Worth the Wait and Category ”C” Rego & Casanova.
Judging the final phase of the FEI JWC was FEI Judge Sara McCartney of Trinidad and local FEI Judge Judy Hagen.
Bermuda must now wait until the end of 2019 to discover its final and official standings in this year’s FEI JWC as competing countries have until December 31st in which to conclude their events.