Harry Potter Schooling Show
Elizabeth Clifton observed that it was a “big show! Every stall was full; every room was full; we were bursting at the seams! The show went on all day, with 7 hours of riding tests and at least 30 entries. We had 28 guest horses and a big group from River City Training Stables in the Little Rock, Arkansas area. The weather was good and the show was a great success!”
Some winning rides at the show included:
Caitlyn Massey earned a high score of 80.000% in Dressage Seat Equitation, riding Zassafrass. Caitlyn and Zassafrass earned 60.758% in Third Level Test 1.
Jamie Lawrence rode Napoleon in Prix St. Georges, earning 62.763%. Jamie earned 63.485% on Franz Marc in the Third Level Test 1.
Bob Crane rode Renoir in Fourth Level, Test 1 for a score of 61.216%.
Suzy Hoyt rode Belle in Second Level Test 3, earning 59.878%.
In First Level Test 3, Mary-Kaylin Linch and Blu Suede Shoes earned 66.432%.
Alex Du Celliee Muller earned the high score in Open Training Test 1 on Pablo, 65.870%, while Missy Carlisle and Cool
Beans had the high score in Adult Amateur Training Test 1, 64.348%.
Alex and Pablo scored 65.385% in the Open Training Test 2, while Joanne Homeyer and Rodin scored 68.269% in the Adult Amateur Training Test 2.
Sela Ward and Qt Pie had the high score in Jr/YR Training Test 3, 65.909%, while Joanne and Rodin scored 64.545% in Adult Amateur Training Test 3.
Alex and Hypnos had the high score in Open First Level Test 1, 69.444%, while Ashley White and River scored 67.222% in Adult Amateur First Level Test 1, and 67.188% in First Level Test 2.
Alex and Hypnos scored tops in Open First Level Test 2, 69.688%, while Mary-Kaylin and Blu Suede Shoes were tops in Jr/YR First Level Test 2 with 68.281%.
At Second Level Test 1, it was inevitable that Emma Miller would win, with 65.152% on Inevitable.
Full scores are available at www.foxvillage.com.
Coming up next is the USDF/USEF rated Bunny Hop Show, April 1-2, 2017. Judge will be Dinah Babcock. Next schooling show is the Dr. Seuss show, April 22, 2017.
Find more information at: http://www.midsouthdressageacademy.org/ and on facebook and Instagram.
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