Archive for May, 2010

It Takes Precision……

May 20, 2010

We could not be happier with the results of this past weekend. First, a BIG congratulations to WRF bred Scusami and her owner/rider Kaylen M. of Knoxville, Tn.
Kaylen and Scusami, aka Biscuit, WON the Beginner Novice Rider Championships for Area III, held in Chatsworth, Ga. This pair finished on their dressage score of 29.1, holding the lead from start to finish in a large division. The Biscuit is out of a Poprad mare (Tk.), and by our Tk. stallion, Elijah. Purchased by our friends at Team CEO Eventing as a four year old, she was given a solid foundation with which to build her path to success. Way to go Kaylen!!!!

Next, Precision Cast and his new owner/rider, Beth Geiser of Lou., Ky. WON a HUGE Novice division on their dressage score of 35 at Greater Dayton Horse Trials in Dayton, Oh. Tied for second after dressage, and remaining there after a FAST double clear stadium round, “Fuji” could not wait for the cross country–his forte’. Beth and Fuji attacked this novice course as though it was their first prelim. that required taking a little jog set towards the end of the course, so as not to pick up a speeding ticket. With only mere seconds left, they crossed the finish flags and moved into a solid first. This was the first novice H.T. for this pair and Beth’s first USEA HT since 2007!!! AWESOME ladies!!!!!!

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Kentucky Oaks Day Camp

May 2, 2010

Campers enjoy painting our paint pony

The sun shined bright on our Kentucky home for our first Ky. Oaks Day Camp and it was a HUGE success. God Blessed us with a gorgeous, warm, sunny day—Much to the contrary of the remaining weekend of thunderstorms and flash flooding. “Campers” enjoyed small group lessons, horse games, mounted obstacle courses, unmounted games, arts and crafts and ofcourse, watching the Oaks and cheering on their favorite horse and jockey. A very special THANK YOU to Mrs. Glenn for giving of her time and yummy food for our campers. We’re lining up our summer camps between competitions and horse shows, so keep checking back or request to be added to our email list for updates.