Equestrian Sport Productions June I Wrap-Up: May 29-31, 2015

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Wellington, FL – June 2, 2015 – Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) welcomed riders to The Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, home of the world renowned Adequan® Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, FL, for three days of hunter/jumper competition this weekend. The competition highlights included a 1.40 meter Open Stakes class, which saw bold competition underneath the Van instant shipping, buy prednisone with out a prescription . no downloadable discover up colonies were entered for this frequency or most of the patients  Kampen Covered Arena.

Sunday’s Open Stakes Class saw only one first round clear. German Camargo laid down the impressive clear round with his mount, Centurio, ultimately claiming victory in the class. With four faults top quality medications. buy prednisone online uk . top offering, costco pharmacy prednisone. and a time of 76.037 seconds, second place was earned by Nelton Marcon and his mount, Casino. In third place, Rikke Poulson riding Horses Unlimited’s Galante Hu had a total of four faults in a time of 77.018 seconds.

German Camargo and Centurio

German Camargo and Centurio


Final Results: ESP June I Open Stakes Class
1. 8961 CENTURIO – OWNED BY GERMAN CAMARGO – GERMAN CAMARGO 0/77.744
2. 8991 CASINO – OWNED BY NELTON MARCON – NELTON MARCON 4/76.037
3. 8127 GALANTE HU – OWNED BY HORSES UNLIMITED – RIKKE POULSON 4/77.018
4. 8276 DAFNINA – OWNED BY CLAUDIA LICAUSI – PABLO BARRIOS 8/75/174
5. 8916 ROCK STREET – OWNED BY CATHERINE KENNEDY – EMILY HILL 8/81.94
6. 8277 AIR FORCE Z – OWNED BY PEDRO S.A. – DIEGO GONZALEZ CREMER 8/82.441
7. 8989 VDL ADESSA – OWNED BY NICOLE MINGORANCE MEDINA – NELTON MARCON 12/83.065

8. 8977 ZAMMY – OWNED BY NELTON MARCON – NELTON MARCON 22/98.221

German Camargo and Centurio in their winning presentation

German Camargo and Centurio in their winning presentation


Jumper Highlights

In the Add Back Jumper Division, Ana Umana’s Happy QT claimed the championship with both German Camargo and Ana Umana aboard. The division saw a three-way tie for the reserve championship place: Hayley Iannotti and Emanuelle Greenberg riding Riad Landoulsi’s Carlos G, Sophia Studd on M & M Show Stable’s Laroni and Sofia Jaramillo aboard German Camargo’s Chuasus.

Anderson Wagner and Thunderball claimed the championship in the Children’s Jumper Division, sponsored by Sandra Gane. In reserve champion was Amelia England aboard Herminas.

In the High Schooling Jumper Division, sponsored by OnTyte, Nataly Leibovitz and Quiletta earned the championship. In a two-way tie for the reserve championship were Gustavo Amorim aboard Natural 9 and German Camargo aboard Ana Umana’s Scaramanga.

In a two-way tie for the championship spot, Helena Vasconcelos aboard Apollo and Elsa Cardenas on Ricardo Cardena’s Casilda both took home the tricolor in the Hopeful Jumper Division, sponsored by Long Meadow Farm. Reserve champion was claimed by Marianne Wilson and her mount, Go For Broke.

The Level 6 Jumper championship was won by Michael Morrissey and Rae Marie Kennedy’s Torino Q. The reserve championship was claimed by German Camargo and his mount, Centurio.

Zachary Yariv aboard ADC Quantas LV Z rode to victory and claimed the champion ribbon in the Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Division, sponsored by TuffRider and Equine Couture. In a two-way tie for reserve champion were Zachary Yariv aboard his mount, Guintero C, and Phoebe Alwine with Elizabeth Reinhard’s Zenja.

In the Low Schooling Jumper Division, sponsored by Derby Gold, Victor Segovia and Zachary Yariv’s Don Alberto tied with German Camargo and Ana Umana aboard Ana Umana’s mount, order online at usa pharmacy! buy generic dapoxetine online . fastest shipping, buy dapoxetine cheap. Happy QT, for the championship win.

The Puddle Jumpers Division, sponsored by Equine Tack & Nutritionals, saw Melissa Brusie and Sweet Oak Farm’s Wonderful Look ride to a championship win. The reserve championship was earned by Madeline Lezotte and her mount, Lady Nanny.

In the Training Jumper Division, sponsored by Nutrena, Hayley Iannotti and Emanuelle Greenberg earned the champion ribbon with Riad Landoulsi’s Carlos G. The division saw a three-way tie for the reserve championship between Phoebe Alwine aboard Elizabeth Reinhard’s Zenja, Isabel Ernst aboard Alexandra Vanderrest’s Oxsona M, and Eric Flameng aboard Lisa Ellis’ Verne Xequoia.

Hunter & Equitation Highlights

The Adult Amateur Hunter Division, sponsored by Hendrick Brothers Construction, saw Ashley Briggs ride her mount, Teaticket, to the championship. It was a two-way tie for reserve champion between Morgan Monahan riding her mount, Dexter, and Jennifer Prior aboard her horse, Lupicor II.

Tanja Koschnick and Stand Up 8 claimed the championship in the Baby Green Hunter Division. Tied for reserve champion were Devon De Phillips on Elite Supplements Inc.’s Date Night and Ki-Juan Minors aboard Lori Mattiasen’s Carrera Z.

In the Junior Hunter 3’3 Division, Lindsay Levine claimed both champion and reserve champion honors aboard Fallen Oak Farm LLC’s Grelylicious and Fallen Oak Farm LLC’s Belle-Aire, respectively.

The Junior Hunter 3’6 Combined Division saw Phoebe Alwine and her mount Baricello ride to the championship. Claiming the reserve championship was Emily Cherney and Kathrine Mistick’s Redeemed.

Kayla Brusie and Elm Creek Holdings LLC’s Surf’s Up rode to the championship spot in the Low Children’s/Adult Hunter Division. Reserve champion was awarded to Catherine Giliberti and her mount, That Girl.

The Children’s Hunter Division, sponsored by Echo Program U of M Ear Institute, saw Isabel Ernst ride to champion with her horse, Double Dutch. Claiming the reserve championship was Emanuelle Greenberg and Pumpkin Patch Farm, LLC’s Vermeer.

The Wanderer’s Club sponsored the Children’s Pony Hunter Division, in which Emanuelle Greenberg and Pumpkin Patch Farm LLC’s Highlands Percival rode to the championship. Reserve phenergan generic name buy generic phenergan online generic phenergan honors went to Nicole White and Two Point Equestrian LLC’s Saddle Sold Separately.

The Modified Hunter Division, sponsored by McGuinn Farms, saw Nina Zollo and her mount, Likely V, ride to the championship win. Tied for the reserve championship were Annie Soper aboard Lily Bennett’s Sky Blue and Linda Roukis with her mount, Roosevelt.

The Combined Pre-Green Hunter Division championship was earned by Alannah Wagstaff and Denise Kuntz’s Stayin Cool. Reserve champion was claimed by Michael Morrissey aboard Natalie Macken’s Rudolph.

Trinity Beitler and Montoga, Inc.’s Bumble Bee earned the championship in the Small Pony Hunter Division. Camryn Halley aboard Libbie Gordon & Camryn Halley’s Beiber claimed the reserve championship.

Erika Jakobson and Barn Rat LLC’s Nobel Laureate claimed champion in the Equitation 14 & Under Division. The reserve championship was earned by Siena Vasan aboard Carriage Hill Farm’s Quasa Granda. The Equitation 15 – 17 Division saw Sage Morris and Alvaro Lozada’s Rayo Z ride to champion. Claiming champion in the Equitation Adult Amateur Division was Danielle Sawyer and her tags: who can prescribe estrace for mtf buy estrace for in vitro online uk. estrace . 5mg pill delivery to us utah next day delivery on estrace 0.1 mg gm cream mount, Leonard Hofstadter.

The Walk Trot Division saw a two-way tie for the championship place between Isabelle Jackson aboard Linda Smith-Faver’s Blue Again and Ava Tarone aboard Linda Smith-Faver’s Tin Man.

ESP will continue its summer competition with ESP June II, taking place June 5 – 7, 2015. For full results, please visit www.pbiec.com.

Photo Credit: Photos © Mancini Photos, www.manciniphotos.com. These photos may be used only in relation to this press release and must include photo credit.

 

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