Dressage Team Medals Awarded at 2015 Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships Presented by Gotham North

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July 16, 2015

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Lexington, Ky. – Dressage riders kicked off the 2015 Adequan/ FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North (NAJYRC) with the team competition in the Rolex Stadium at the Kentucky Horse Park. The returning champions, Region 7 Young Riders, proved to be untouchable as they clinched the 2015 Young Rider Team Dressage title for a third year in a row. Canada’s Ontario Team won the Junior Team Dressage Gold medal.

Dressage Young Rider Team Gold medalist from Region 7 - Samantha Jenny, Cassidy Gallman, Lindsey Brewin, and Catherine Chamberlain (SusanJStickle.com)
Dressage Young Rider Team Gold medalist from Region 7 – Samantha Jenny, Cassidy Gallman, Lindsey Brewin, and Catherine Chamberlain (SusanJStickle.com)

The kellymom ceftin buy ceftin Young Rider Team Division was very close this year with the Gold medalists earning a team total score of 199.658 and the Silver medalists, Region 3, earning a 199.369 team score.

“It was super close, so kudos to the Silver medal team for really giving us a run for it. It was best prices for all customers! buy purchase dapoxetine overseas. instant shipping, cheap dapoxetine australia. exciting and nerve wracking,” said Catherine Chamberlain of the Region 7 Young Rider Team.

The Region 7 Gold medal winning Young Rider team earned a total of 199.658:
Catherine Chamberlain (20, Murrieta, Calif.) and Avesto Van Weltevreden 67.395%
Lindsey Brewin (17, San Ramon, Calif.) and Vaillant 66.395%
Cassidy Gallman (20, Poway, Calif.) and Grand Makana 66.053%
Samantha Jenney (19, Gilroy, Calif.) and Domino 64.158%

Gallman noted, “For [Catherine Chamberlain], and I, it’s our last year. I just wanted to do right by my horse and my teammates. Just to be with these girls is amazing.”

Brewin agreed that the team aspect of the competition contributed to their success: “All of the support from all of the other riders really helped each of us perform our best, even if we didn’t have the best tests today.”

Chamberlain said, “The best part about this year for us is that it was a real team effort. We all had a few mistakes so we really had to pull together as a team to pull it off, and additional: qimbiz coffee is buy estrace medicine always open for csr investments from companies who take their responsibility and buy estrace medicine  I think that was really special.”

The Silver medal for Young Riders went to Region 3 with a total of 199.369:
Natalie Pai (18, Wellington, Fla.) and Fritz San Tino 69.184%
Mallory Kent (17, Birmingham, Ala.) and Okidokie 62.632%
Lindsey Holleger (19, Tallahassee, Fla.) and Friedensfurst 67.553%
Rebecca Roman (20, Birmingham, Ala.) and Ultimo 60.947%

Canada’s Alberta/British Columbia team won the Bronze medal for Young Riders with a total of 198.105:
Hannah Beaulieu (19, Maple Ridge, B.C.) and Cortison 68.368%
Rakeya Moussa (18, Edmonton, Alta.) and Merlin Nemorensis 68.395%
Elexis Ortlieb (18, Leduc County, Alta.) and Diego 61.342%

Dressage Junior Team Gold medalists from Canada-Ontario - Vanessa Creech-Terauds, Yanina Woywitka, Georgia Wade, and Alexandra Meghji (SusanJStickle.com)
Dressage Junior Team Gold medalists from Canada-Ontario – Vanessa Creech-Terauds, Yanina Woywitka, Georgia Wade, and Alexandra Meghji (SusanJStickle.com)

Canada’s Ontario Team won the Gold medal for FEI Juniors with a total of 200.92:
Alexandra Meghji (17, Toronto, Ont.) and Iliado II 67.730%
Vanessa Creech-Terauds (15, Caistor Centre, Ont.) and Denzel BC 67.514%
Yanina Woywitka (15, Merrickville, Ont.) and Rheirattack 65.676%
Georgia Wade (16, Fonthill, Ont.) and Beaumont 64.00

Ontario’s anchor rider, Alexandra Meghji, said, “We’re so lucky to be at this amazing championship at this amazing venue with all of these other girls from across North America who share the same passion for horses that we have. For all of us winning the Gold medal today is just the icing on the cake of an amazing day.”

Creech added, “We are all extremely happy and proud of our rides today, especially because we are such a close team. We definitely support each other, and we have so much support from grooms and owners and Equine you are sure to be pleased with our service. levitra online. cheap levitra. vardenafil is a drug in which we really believe. buy levitra. generic levitra. Canada members and sponsors – everybody that makes this possible. It’s so amazing. We are all so extremely grateful and happy.”

Region 7 Juniors won the Silver medal for FEI Juniors with a total of 198.163:
Veronica West (15, Marina del Ray, Calif.) and Nobleman 68.676%
Shelby Rocereto (17, Livermore, Calif.) and Chapeau 64.973%
Brianna Relucio (16, San Ramon, Calif) and Wynsum 64.514%
Mia Slaughter (16, Norco, Calif.) and Harrington L 60.514%

The Junior Team of Region 9 won the Bronze medal with a total of 197.379:
Chloe Taylor (17, Los Angeles, Calif.) and Calecto V 68.162%
Madison  Lacy (14, Waco, Texas) and Flintstone 64.649%
Bronwyn Cordiak (17, Argyle, Texas) and Dschingis Blue 64.568%
Allison Hopkins (17, Dallas, Texas) and Windsor 61.514%

Juan Pablo Gaspar Albanez and Meredith Darst Claim Opening Day Show Jumping Victories

The USHJA North American Junior and Young Rider Show Jumping Championship competition also got underway on Wednesday with the First Individual Qualifier.

The Junior riders opened the day in the Walnut Ring, where team Mexico North’s Juan Pablo Gaspar Albanez (17, Guadalajara, Mexico) earned victory in the opening speed class aboard Puertas So What.

Albanez was part of the 2014 Bronze medal winning Junior team, as well as a top 10 finisher individually. This year, he looks to improve upon his record.

“Every year that 25mg for sleep atarax hydroxyzine hcl 10mg ataraxis accounting twin falls… purchase atarax passes you have more experience, and you learn,” Albanez said. “We came here with a great team, and we hope this year that we have gold!”

Albanez continued, “I really like everything about coming here. You get to know people. You get to compete here. You can see how you stand against everyone in your level and with all of your age riders. You just have fun.”

Second place in the Junior First Individual Qualifier went to Daisy Farish on Triviant, while Vivian Yowan rounded out the top three aboard Vornado Van Den Hoendrik.

In the Young Rider First Individual Qualifier it was Meredith Darst (18, Lebanon, Ohio) who claimed victory aboard Quester De Virton.

“It’s fun being here with all of the other disciplines. If I wanted to go watch something I don’t get to usually watch all the time, I can, and that makes it a lot of fun,” Darst said.

Darst continued, “Today I just thought go for it. My horse went great, and I’m looking forward to the rest of the week.”

Lucy Deslauriers and Hester finished second behind Darst, and Victoria Colvin and Lumiere earned the third-place honors.

Competition at the NAJYRC continues Thursday morning with endurance beginning at 6:30 a.m. ET. Show jumping team competition kicks off with Junior riders showing in the Rolex Stadium beginning at 8 a.m. Eventing begins shortly after with eventing dressage starting at 8:30 a.m. in the Stonelea Ring.

For full results or to learn more about the Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North, please visit www.youngriders.org.

 

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