Stephanie King Crowned Adult Amateur Jumper Champion with Co-Starr at Devon Horse Show

Stephanie King and Co-Starr Photo: The Book LLC

Stephanie King and Co-Starr. Photo: The Book LLC

Devon, Pa. – May 27, 2019 – After two top finishes on Sunday and earlier in the day on Monday, Stephanie King of St. Augustine, Florida, and her own Co-Starr rode away with the win in the $7,500 NAL/WIHS Adult Amateur Jumper Classic, sponsored by Equifit, to secure the 2019 Adult Amateur Jumper championship, sponsored by Patriot Dealerships, with 25 points at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair. Claiming the reserve championship with 15 points was Lexi Maounis and her own Roos.

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Amanda Steege Starts Strong in Green 3’9″ Hunter Division with Lafitte De Muze

Amanda Steege Starts Strong in Green 3'9" Hunter Division with Lafitte De Muze

Amanda Steege Starts Strong in Green 3’9″ Hunter Division with Lafitte De Muze

Monday marked the start of Senior Week at the 2019 Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, where professional hunter athletes kicked off competition in the Dixon Oval with the Green Hunter divisions. Leading the way in the Green 3’9″ Hunters, with a total of 18 entries, was Amanda Steege and Lafitte De Muze, who dominated both over fences classes to take home two Devon blues.

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Rebekah Robinson Wins Single/Pair Pony Driving Championship

Rebekah Robinson claimed the 2019 Single/Pair Pony Driving championship at the Devon Horse Show.

Rebekah Robinson claimed the 2019 Single/Pair Pony Driving championship at the Devon Horse Show.

Memorial Day at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair concluded with the naming of the Single/Pair Pony Driving championship winner, sponsored by Patriot Dealerships, and the recipient of the Joseph M. Pierce Challenge Trophy, donated by Holly Ventures. Rebekah Robinson earned the tricolor with her Saylor Wagon, owned by Mrs. Collin F. McNeil, after accumulating 13 points throughout the division. Robinson claimed fifth place in the Single/Pair Pony – Pleasure Turnout and took home the top prize in the Single/Pair Pony – Scurry Driving competition on Monday evening in a blazing fast time of 54.949 seconds, outpacing the runner-up finisher by four full seconds.

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