The fourth annual New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show was an astounding success with over 350 mares traveling from 23 states to compete in hunter, jumper, pleasure, dressage and western dressage self-disciplines. Over $60,000 was grown from the depict to subsistence New Vocations efforts to rehab, retrain and rehome retire racehorses. Held in conjunction with The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program( T.I.P .), the show offered newly retired racehorses, as well as seasoned depict mares, a chance to compete at the iconic Kentucky Horse Park in the famous Rolex Stadium, Walnut Arena, and Claiborne and Stonelea rings.
The three-day competition closed on Sunday with the T.I.P. Championships, which offered $25,000 of prize money in departments for hunters, jumpers, pleasure, dressage and western dressage horses.
“This horse show grows each year, both in terms of attendance and support, ” said Sarah Coleman, New Vocations’ Director of Public and Community Relations. “The addition of dressage and western dressage allowed us to highlight even more retired racehorses in successful second careers. I feel very confidently that the creation of the Thoroughbred Incentive Program and our partnership on this indicate has people considering Thoroughbreds as their next depict mount who may not have considered the engender before. There genuinely is nothing these horses cannot do. We look forward to an even more significant and better 2019! ”
“Combining our the T.I.P. Championship show with the New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Show is an excellent way to showcase off-track Thoroughbreds, ” said Kristin Werner Leshney, senior counsel for The Jockey Club and the executive of T.I.P. “We had a lot of brand-new faces as well as some ponies that came back to defend their 2017 Championships. The entire present was highly successful, and we therefore thrilled to have 186 Thoroughbreds compete in the championships.”
The largest Thoroughbred-only hunter, jumper and dressage depict to ever take place at the Kentucky Horse Park, the occurrence was truly one for the record books. Highlightings of the show include 😛 TAGEND
36 War Horses had participated in the mare see; a War Horse is one that has won over $100,000 or started more than 50 periods. All of the War Horse world-class were be supported by Phil and Anne Creek from 100% Racing in honor of their pony Broad N’ Gentilly. Of those 26 horses, 14 had more than 50 starts and 36 who won over $100,000; seven ponies had more than 50 starts and won more than $100,000. Win of the War Horse English Pleasure Walk/ Trot was Bisous, owned by Olivia Hedke of St. George, KS. Winner of the War Horse English Pleasure Walk/ Trot Canter was Florida-bred Tiree,( see name Hemsworth ), owned by Mikayla White of Saranac, MI. Winner of the War Horse In-Hand was Kentucky-bred Crushing, owned by Georgia Keogh from Versailles, KY. Win of the Louise and Len Riggio Open Hunter Derby was P-Abred Bonnie’s Bull( evidence name Astronomical ), shown by Deloise Noble-Strong of Washington , D.C. Reserve went to Deportista( show name Coastline ), owned by Nancy Granger of Herndon, VA. The Charles Zacney and RanJan Racing Junior/ Amateur Hunter Derby winner was KY-bred Mackinnon Pass( indicate name Tudor Amulet ), been demonstrated by Rachel Hall of Madison Heights, VA. Win of the Low Junior/ Amateur Jumper Stake, sponsored by Godolphin Lifetime Care was Hello Roo, ridden by Julia Varner of Madison Heights, VA. Reserve went to Priceofthevalley( testify identify When In Rome ), ridden by Alyssa Paulette of Dunnsville, VA. Winner of the Open Low Jumper Stake, also sponsored by Godolphin Lifetime Care, was New Vocations graduate Pink Magic, owned and ridden by Meg McTiver of Johnstown, Ohio. Reserve went to Fear or Be Feared, ridden by Kendall Pray of El Dorado, KS. Win of the Homewrecker Racing Junior/ Amateur Jumper Stake was KY-bred Money Makes Money, shown by Karen Benson of Campobello, S.C. Reserve went to Lady Liz, been demonstrated by Geri Messinger of Hillsborough, N.C. The Open Jumper Stake winner was Maryland-bred Polish Smarts, shown by Nick Larking of Lexington, KY. Reserve went to New Vocations graduate Irbywood, shown by Robert Mendoza and owned by Michael and Sharon Kvistad of Jamestown, IN. High point Dressage winners included Samantha Shaffer and Tia Tejano of LA; Kasi Huver and Former Champ( present name Baymax) of IN; Tera Gehrig on Reshonah( prove name Max) of KY; Alexandra Sherman and Bold Visionary of OH; Martha Lambert and Kitten Silver of KY; and Tammie Jones and Countryman, a New Vocations graduate, of IN.
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