Kerra Goldstein and Krystall won the Hunter ChampionshipDevon, PA, - July 9, 2012 - Blue skies welcomed the Pennsylvania natives as they took center stage at the Brass Ring Horse Show, a local competition included with the Brandywine Valley Summer Series, presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services. Each year in July and August, the Sagaponack Horse Show at Topping Riding Club (58 Daniels Lane) is a favorite for local riders and spectators alike. During the summer show season, many East End riders either compete at HITS in Saugerties, New York or “local” shows, which are primarily located mid-to-up-Island, making a Hamptons show location a travel gift. From a rider’s perspective, it is a treat to ride in the large grass field of Topping Riding Club, which has grown to be a staple of the show.
Out on the grounds, Mary Katherine Shaughnessy, who was champion of the Older Adult Amateur Hunters division on her horse Special K, was kind enough to share her take on the Sagaponack show. Posted on the sidelines of the hunter field with a large camera was Alexis Asch, a photographer for Digital Hoof Prints.
Even as a spectator it’s great to walk around enjoying the scenery and watching each division run its course. Driver Mark Pittman and Traci Meixner are on a wagon pulled by a team of draft horses during Saturday's competition at the annual Britt Draft Horse Show. The Arizona National Horse Show will kick off the new year at WestWorld of Scottsdale January 6-9, 2011. The 47th annual Arizona National Quarter Horse Show will be a 4 day show beginning Thursday through Sunday and includes two full shows and four judges. The 8th annual Arizona National Saddlebred Show takes place Saturday and Sunday afternoon and which also includes classes for Morgan Horses and Tennessee Walkers..
The 6th annual Arizona National Reined Cow Horse classes will be held with classes running concurrent with the Quarter Horse Working Cow Horse classes. Sign up to receive our monthly eNewsletter containing announcements, upcoming events, and exclusive offers for the Scottsdale area. Riders from the surrounding area gathered for a chance to compete at the prestigious Devon Horse Show Grounds.The equitation competitors were the first to be seen this morning in the historic Dixon Oval.

Set in “south of the highway” Sagaponack, the B-rated LIHSSA horse show is as unique as its locale, which couldn’t be more scenic if it tried.
Long Island barns participate in creating a wonderful event, featuring Hunter and Equitation divisions, with both professional and amateur riders.
The field provides a change from conventional dirt rings, giving both horses and riders great preparation for the famous grass rings at The Hampton Classic later in August. Secretaries Troy Powell and Liz and Kate Soroka, Manager Brian Kutner and Steward Lisa Levy work hard to make the show run smoothly and create a personable and enjoyable environment. She has been working with the Sagaponack Horse Show for about 15 years, and she lit up when asked about it.
Shaughnessy has been showing for the past nine years, and has even competed in the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival in her hometown of Wellington, FL. Asch is also a competitive rider with her horse Man Of The Hour, aka “Lefty,” in the Younger Adult Amateur Hunters, though she was not competing at the Sagaponack Horse Show because she had just returned from HITS in Saugerties, the weekend before. The facility, staff, competitors and spectators help make this local horse show one that shouldn’t be missed. The Reined Cow Horse Show is approved by the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA). Avery Cox of Doylestown, PA and Port of Call emerged victorious in the Equitation 14 to 17 division, garnering championship honors. And the location makes it easier for many local riders’ friends and family to attend, while professional photography coverage provided by Digital Hoof Prints allows competitors to be able to capture some of the memories. I find it to be very well run and good preparation for the Hampton Classic because of the grass footing and realistic jumps,” said Jen Bowery, a trainer from Twin Oaks Stable, LLC. The Quarter Horse Shows are sanctioned and approved by the American Quarter Horse Association and the Arizona Quarter Horse Association.
On August 7, show judges included Timmy Kees from Norwalk, CT, Jennifer Hinman from North Salem, NY and Claudine Libertore from Jackson, NJ.

It is also unique because there are no Jumper divisions, only Equitation and Hunter,” she added, noting, “This year it is one of only two local shows, the other being the Hampton Classic. Both competitors earned a first and a second on the flat, but in the end, it was Katie Diaz of Doylestown, PA who came out on top. This talented rider’s skills were evident to the judge when she was awarded the tricolor after the hack off.
Katie Diaz and Ricky“The flat classes were very busy, you definitely had to keep your space in there in order to stand out. I think I really stood out because I used my quarter lines to be seen and my trot was very good. Krystall is a 120-year-old Trakehner that I just got two months ago, so we are still figuring each other out, but he’s pretty easy going. The win earned them a wooden tack trunk, embroidered show scrim, and many other exciting prizes. Alexandra Burkowski and One More TimeThe Children’s Hunter exhibitors were the last of the junior riders to compete in the Dixon Oval today. Alexandra Bukowski of Wapwallopen, PA and One More Time jumped to the top of the standings in the Childrens Hunter Horse division to cinch top honors. The talented duo received a first and fourth over fences in addition to a first under saddle, earning them the championship tricolor. In the second class he was jumping really well and we got all of the right distances,” commented Bukowski on her rides.
Capital Blue and Rachael Tennyson-Gallagher took home a first and third in the over fences, good enough for the reserve championship.Susan Sisco and Master PlanToday marked the final day of competition at the Devon Show Grounds for the second annual Brandywine Valley Summer Series, presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services.

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