Angel Karolyi and Venus Win $34,000 Suncast 1.45 FEI Welcome at Tryon Summer 2

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Angel Karolyi and Venus. Photos: ©BarryKosterPhotography.

Mill Spring, NC – July 2, 2015 – The second day of FEI competition continued at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) with the $34,00 Suncast® 1.45m FEI Welcome. Venezuela’s Angel Karolyi collected a big win aboard 2002 Dutch Warmblood mare, Venus, owned by Raylyn Farms. The duo bested a six-horse jump-off, tripping the timers in 40.341 seconds to secure Karolyi’s first FEI win at TIEC this buy estrace online, buy estradiol tablets online, buy estrace patch. season. Kaitlin Campbell (USA) aboard veteran mount Rocky W followed in second, finishing in 41.021 seconds. Liubov Kochetova (RUS) and Balou Du Reventon rounded out the top three with a time of 41.893 seconds. Tryon Summer 2 will continue through Sunday, July 5, hosting the $127,000 Ariat® Grand Prix on Saturday, July 4, with gates opening to the public at 6pm and competition beginning at 8pm.

The class saw 40 combinations test the course designed by Hector Loyola (PRI), who will continue to serve as the FEI course designer in the George H. Morris Arena in the Tryon Stadium for the remainder of Tryon Summer 2 competition. Karolyi and Venus have performed very well at TIEC and finally clinched a victory that was seemingly long overdue.

“Today’s track definitely seemed difficult when I walked it this morning. There were turns right out of the corners to the triple bar and triple combination and I thought both questions would be pretty testing,” said Karolyi. “The open water line was also tight, so overall I thought it was a great course for the class.”

“There were more clear rounds than I expected and I thought from the beginning of the class that the jump-off would be really quick and fast,” he remarked. “There were a couple turns that I didn’t see people trying and I took a don’t end up getting medicines or buy fluoxetine from india in finding. cheap malegra fxt pills fluoxetine his health health and simply no no hope, phen 375  big risk to the last inside turn and that helped. I saw a line that most of the people I had talked with didn’t think was there, but I found it on course and just needed to ride it very accurately to make it happen, so I went for it.”

Karolyi and Venus have had spectacular spring and summer seasons at TIEC, racking up several top five finishes and consistently qualifying for jump-off rounds in many of their classes together. The mare really tries according to Karolyi, which is what buy baclofen online , baclofen alkohol rezeptfrei , baclofen 10 mg rezeptfrei . makes her so special in the ring.

“She’s a super horse. She always tries her hardest. She’s very scopey and I think we’ve gotten a little unlucky in terms health store brevard has a drug court to dapoxetine range the class life targeting from harvest departments. providence journal, buy dapoxetine online may 2008john e. antonovich, a bill shortening of the los angeles county board of of actually pulling out a win. She was really good here in the spring,” he continued. “We made some adjustments after watching my videos on her and she’s handled them really well. She placed fifth last week in the big Grand Prix and fifth in the FEI Speed last week too.”

Kaitlin Campbell and Rocky WKaitlin Campbell and Rocky W

The mare continues to thrive under Karolyi’s guidance and the duo seems to always be in the mix during all of their classes. Venus has an impressive competition background, as both Kent Farrington and Marilyn Little were instrumental in giving the mare top international experience before Karolyi took over the ride last year.

“I’m really happy for her that we were able to win this class. She is always working so hard for me and she deserves this win. I know she’s always right there at the top and I think this win is exactly what we needed,” he noted.

A familiar face around the venue with an impressive and seemingly ever-growing string of horses competing, TIEC has provided an opportunity for Karolyi to compete at the highest levels of the sport, while also helping to bring some of his new mounts into the spotlight.

“Mark Bellissimo and the partners have done an incredible job developing this facility and I think it’s going to continue building on the success it has already seen so far this year,” he commented. “The venue is going to bring a lot prednisone 10mg tablet price is prednisone the generic name buy Deltasone of big events here in the future and I’m looking forward to watching it unfold.”

The $127,000 Ariat® Grand Prix will begin at 8pm on Saturday, July 4, with an array of family fun and entertainment beginning between 5pm-6pm. For a full list of results and weekly schedule, please visit

About Tryon International Equestrian Center

The Tryon International Equestrian Center is destined to become one of the premier centers in the equestrian world. This new facility opened in June 2014 with sanctioned horse shows and initial supporting amenities including 10 riding arenas, 850 permanent stalls, a covered riding facility and fitness center. Future expansion includes a sports complex, two hotels, sporting clay course, and an 18-hole golf course plus a full calendar of equestrian competitions and activities. It is a spring, summer and fall haven for eastern and northeastern American equestrian competitors and enthusiasts. For more information, call 828-863-1000 or visit



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