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Conveniently Located off the 210 near the 118 Rain or shine, we’ve got you covered! We’re a private


boarding facility off ering a large covered arena, 2 round pens and trail access. Call for boarding availability.


818-899-4059 or cell 267-252-7621 courtshipranch@hotmail.com · www.CourtshipRanch.com Payton Poter, who trains with Leslie Steele, and Khaled soar to victory. EQUITATION:


Sole & Coffin Bone PROTECTION


points. These two young riders each claimed another chal- lenging 3’3” victory in the last two years, as the 2017 and 2018 champions of the USHJA 3’3” Jumping Seat Medal Finals. Only in its third year, this


unique educational event was larger and more competitive than ever. Aſter a riders meeting and course walk, Phase One, held on Tuesday, welcomed 94 entries over a flowing, hunter-type track of 3’3” fences set on the Oaks International Grand Prix Field. Aſter a gathering that evening


Guardian Angels from the hoof to the spine CODE: CH115, CH120, CH125, CH130, CH135, CH140


with every competitor and their trainer at The Ritz-Carlton in Laguna Niguel, the competi- tors entered the next phase: educational presentations and a Q&A session with the judg- es. Then, bright and early on Wednesday morning, each rider had an opportunity to apply what they learned from the pre- vious phases to Phase Three, a 3’3” jumping seat medal finals style course. The six riders who


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finished the jumping phases with the highest overall scores returned for a work-off to deter- mine the top placings. Like the talent in the arena,


the mentorship was top tier, too. Georgy Maskrey-Segesman of Whitethorne was present throughout all phases of the event and expressed her excite- ment and appreciation for the incredible turnout this year. The beautifully decorated courses were designed by Karen Healey, who also served as technical del- egate and was on hand as a men- tor to participants. Mental skills coach Erika Westhoff, M.A., was present for all three phases to offer guidance and support. Two distinguished judges, Diana Carney and Cynthia Hankins, worked together to provide not only a numerical score for each round in both jumping phases but, unique to this class, they also provided writen comments for each competitor. More online: http://bit.ly/907_equitation


The American Tradition of Excellence Equitation Challenge Top Six Riders Return for Work-Off, Top 12 Riders Receive Awards


Place Horse


1 Payton Poter 2 Julia Stone 3 Ella Frey


4 Madison Nadolenco 5 Rylee Shufelt


8 Shannon Davidson 9 Laila Klinsmann 10 Reeve Sykes


Rider


Khaled Let’s Go Radcliffe Quieri Alleto


Durango Empire Saludo


Ciabata Owner


Infinity Equestrian, LLC Elvenstar Farm Phil Trubey


Legacy Equestrian LLC Rylee Shufelt


Strasburg Morin, Inc Ralph Lewis


Laila Klinsmann R&R Stables


11 Rose Kauffman Skloff Mac Miller Show Hunter Investments 12 Katrina Patinson


Lancaster Pati Jo Kreiss


Rd 1 Score/Rd 2 Score/Work-off Score=Overall Score 93.5/ 88/ 88 = 269.5 92/ 80.25/ 85 = 257.25 93/ 85/ 74 = 252 83/ 84/ 70 = 237


6 Violet Lindemann-Barnet Cantoblanco Sloan Lindemann-Barnet 7 Brooke Morin


83.75/ 86/ 60 = 229.75 90/ 87/ 50 = 227 86/ 81 = 167 89/ 78 = 167


94/ 72.75 = 166.75 91/ 73 = 164


84/ 79.5 = 163.5 83.5/ 76.5 = 160


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