Bermuda competitors achieved strong and very favorable performance results in Round Two of 2018 FEI World Jumping Challenge at the National Equestrian Centre.
Philip Correia, riding his horse Emerson, had superb rounds with double clears, resulting in him securing first place in 1.30 – 1.40 Category A Division of competition #2.
Dale Rochester, riding the chestnut gelding Carolina Gold owned by Ann Lindroth, also rode super rounds but, unfortunately, incurred 1 Time Fault in the First Round and 8 Faults in the Second Round.
In the 1.10 – 1.20m Category B Division Casey Truran and his horse De Le Vega executed another outstanding performance going clear in both Jumping Rounds.
Leading the way in Round Two of the 1.00 – 1.10m Category C Division was Courtney Bromby riding her horse, Worth the Wait, this combination had solid clears in both Jumping Rounds with a time of just 59.28 in the timed Second Round. Close on her heels was Kayla Bardgett riding Causing Chaos. This pair also secured double clear Rounds but in a time of 61.76 earning them a second place standing.
Recording double clear Rounds and clocking a time of 63.42 was Philip Correia on his new mare, Hornelli whilst Emma Stegmann riding Let’s Play also secured double clear Rounds but in a time of 71.26 in Round Two.
The Bermuda Equestrian Federation extends its sincere thanks its generous sponsors. Gold Sponsor: Clarien Bank. Silver Sponsors: Freisenbruch-Meyer Group of Companies and Hiscox Re. Bronze Sponsors: The Stempel Family and the Portelli Family also Sousa’s Gardens for sponsoring the plants.