Hunt Tosh and Bordeaux Claim Green 3’6” Hunter Championship at Upperville Colt & Horse Show

Hunt Tosh and Bordeaux

Upperville, Va. – June 4, 2019 – The Green Hunter divisions took center stage under the oaks during the second day of the Upperville Colt& Horse Show (UCHS), presented by St. Bride’s Farm, on Tuesday. After nearly sweeping the division, Hunt Tosh and Baroness Betsee Parker’s Bordeaux claimed the Green 3’3” Hunter division championship, while the Green 3” Hunter division went to Scott Stewart riding Parker’s Charlemagne. Tosh and Bordeaux also rode to a first place finish in the USHJA Green 3’3” Hunter Incentive Stake, while Holly Orlando and Waverly, owned by Waypoint Farm, LLC, nabbed the blue ribbon in the USHJA Green 3′ Hunter Incentive Stake.

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Mark Bluman and Imagine Van De Hermitage Bring Home 1.40m Open Jumper Victory

Mark Bluman and Imagine Van De Hermitage

The morning action at the Upperville Colt & Horse Show (UCHS) kicked off in the B&D Builders Jumper Ring I with the 1.40m Open Jumpers. Colombia’s Mark Bluman took home the top honors aboard Imagine Van De Hermitage after completing the fastest double-clear effort against a world-class field of horses and athletes.

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Caliburn Farm Hosts Inaugural $1,000 Free Jumping Championship

Kensington with class judges and Dunloe Ventures, LLC.

The inaugural $1,000 Free Jumping Championship took place Tuesday afternoon at Caliburn Farm, with judges for the exciting event featuring Paul Hendrix, Emile Spadone and André Thieme. Offered to eligible 3- and 4-year-olds, the $1,000 Free Jumping Championship, benefiting the 2019 UCHS, is designed to support the development of young jumpers in North America. Horses were awarded scores out of 10 for characteristics, including technique and scope in order to get an overall impression.

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The inaugural $1,000 Free Jumping Championship took place Tuesday afternoon at Caliburn Farm, with judges for the exciting event featuring Paul Hendrix, Emile Spadone and André Thieme. Offered to eligible 3- and 4-year-olds, the $1,000 Free Jumping Championship, benefiting the 2019 UCHS, is designed to support the development of young jumpers in North America. Horses were awarded scores out of 10 for characteristics, including technique and scope in order to get an overall impression.

Updates from Upperville

Local Hunter Over Fences Other Than Owner/Rider
Champion: 
Section A – EMO Stables’ Sidenote with Maria Shannon
Section B – Caves Farm’s Tufton Avenue with Katie Cooper
Section C – Kristin Silon’s Four Score with Alan Lohman
Reserve Champion: Section A – Judy Bishop’s Spalding and Alan Lohman
Section B – Lysa Burke Hutton’s Voila with Sandy Ferrell
Section C – Anna Duff’s Ocean Drive with Sandy Ferrell

Performance 3’3″ Hunter
Champion: Section A – Bikoff Equestrian’s Everwonder with Scott Stewart
Section B – Privet Farm’s O. Edward with Holly Orlando
Section C – Take 3 LLC’s Trademark with Samantha Schaefer
Reserve Champion: 
Section A – Temple Equestrian’s Quimby with Kate Conover
Section B – Sherri Crawford’s Confetti with Sara Taylor
Section C – Stephanie Bulger’s Dapper with Sandy Ferrell

3-, 4- and 5-Year-Old Hunter
Champion: Wolfstone Stables & Sales’ Boccaccio with Schuyler Riley
Reserve Champion: 
Louna Primm’s Mystic Ripple with Ken Krome

North American Young Jumper Development Program Sponsored by Skyland Farm
Champion: Jenuine Legacy MF and Joanna Hagen
Reserve Champion: 
Joseph Melnik’s Plumpjack with Danny Mahon