Waredaca Horse Trials – Olney, PA. October 25-26, 2008

On Saturday, Courtney took two horses in the Training division – Fernhill Dunbyrne (Conor), and Who’s A Star (Tag). The weather started out pretty dismal, and went from bad to worse as the day wore on. Both horses posted very good dressage tests, Tag was even placed first in his division going into the jumping phases. Although Tag had one unlucky rail in stadium, he jumped clear cross-country and managed to keep his lead to win one of the Open Training divisions. Conor posted two double-clears despite the mucky weather and finished 3rd overall in his division.

In stark contrast to Saturday, Sunday was a beautiful, sunny day and we were definitely thankful for the turnaround. Courtney had two horses competing in their first Novice horse trials, Mr. Parks and United Notion. In addition, her 4-year-old homebred Star Dazzler (Simon) was also entered at Novice, coming off his win at Radnor Hunt HT. All 3 horses did well in dressage, in solid places heading into the jumping phases. Notion unfortunately had an issue at the water and that ended the day early for him. Parks also was a little unfocused at the water and racked up some penalties but was able to finish. Simon proved just how far he has come during his 4-year-old year and posted two double-clears, finishing his competition season with a second-place finish! Kelley also competed Scout in the Novice Championship class but the pair had a bit of an off day and finished out of the ribbons.

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