Alex Granato and Carlchen W Can’t Be Caught in $134,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3*

Alex Granato and Carlchen W with the family of the late Mary Rena Murphy

Alex Granato and Carlchen W with the family of the late Mary Rena Murphy

Lexington, Ky. – May 18, 2019 – The highlight of the Kentucky Spring Classic took place on Saturday evening with the $134,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3*, honoring the late Mary Rena Murphy. Hosted in the Rolex Stadium, top horse-and-rider combinations took to the ring hoping to walk away with the week’s highest honors and prize money. After 40 athletes tried their hand, it was Alex Granato (USA) and Page Tredennick’s Carlchen W who excelled with clean and quick rounds to take the night’s victory.

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Campbell Kahn and Josephine Rose Lead First Day of Small Junior Hunter Competition

Josephine Rose and Cracker Jack

Josephine Rose and Cracker Jack

Saturday morning at the Kentucky Spring Classic saw junior hunter riders take center stage in the Stonelea Ring, competing in their respective divisions to earn points ahead of Sunday’s Junior Hunter Grand Champion crowning, presented by Visse Wedell. Competition kicked off with the Large Junior Hunter division led by Kaitlyn Lovingfoss followed by the Small Junior Hunters where Campbell Kahn and Josephine Rose currently sit tied at the top.

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