Victoria Colvin Caps Off WEF Halfway Point with $25,000 Grand Prix Victory

Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 20, 2018 – With six of the twelve weeks of Winter Equestrian Festival competition complete, Victoria Colvin has already had much to celebrate in terms of success. Though the winter horse show circuit is only half finished, the young rider’s extensive list of accolades already contains top finishes in both the jumpers and hunters, with her win aboard Neil Jones Equestrian‘s Clochard in the $25,000 CP National Grand Prix last Sunday serving as a perfect bookend to the halfway point of the series.

Colvin and Clochard Speed to Victory in $25,000 CP National Grand Prix on the Grass

To watch their winning jump-off, click here.

Colvin navigated Neil Jones Equestrian’s Clochard to an easy win in the $25,000 CP National Grand Prix ahead of 25 other competitors to ride the fastest double clear by nearly two seconds. Colvin and Clochard have only been paired together for a few weeks, but have quickly found success in the jumper ring in spite of the young rider having only ridden the 10-year-old Belgian Warmblood stallion a handful of times. To read the full coverage of Colvin’s Grand Prix win, please click here.

Colvin and I Love Lucy Ride Only Double Clear To Win $25,000 Hermes U25 Grand Prix Team Event

Watch their first round trip here.

During Week 4, Colvin rode I Love Lucy, owned by John & Stephanie Ingram, LLC, to the only double clear to lead her team to victory in the U25 FEI-level competition. More than 60 riders took part, with Colvin outriding the pack to emerge victorious with teammates Viggo Bjorklund, William Hickey and Johan Sebastian Gulliksen. To read the full coverage, please click here.

Colvin Rides To 19 Championships in Both Rings

Click here to watch Colvin and Cuba’s winning ride in the High Performance Hunter handy class.

Over six weeks, Colvin has ridden horses for a variety of owners, including herself, to tricolors in both the jumper and hunter rings. In Week 1 alone, she piloted horses to six division championships, and added three more by the end of the Week 2. Over the course of the six-week circuit thus far, Colvin has earned at least one championship during each week. To read about Colvin and Cuba winning the High Performance Hunter division, please click here.

Other highlights from Colvin’s time at Winter Equestrian Festival include:

Week 1
Green Hunter 3’6″ Champion- Snowday
Performance Working Hunter 3’6″ Champion – Cuba
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ Champion – Antinori
Take 2 Thoroughbred Jumper Champion – Easton’s Rocket
Take 2 Thoroughbred Hunter Champion – Easton’s Rocket
USHJA Hunter 2’9″ Reserve Champion – Saratoga
$2,500 1.35m Jumper, 7th of 42- Chagrand

Week 2
Green Hunter 3’6″ Reserve Champion – Gelato
Performance Working Hunter 3’3 Reserve Champion – For Ever
Pre-Green 3 & 4 Year Olds Champion – Dragonstone
$10,000 Hermes U25 Welcome 3rd place – I Love Lucy
$2,000 1.30m Jumper 4th of 60 – Beezie
$2,000 1.30m Jumper 1st of 59 – Conpardie Z

Week 3
USHJA 3’6 & 3’9 Green Hunter Incentive 2nd place – Snowday
Green Hunter 3′ Reserve Champion – Kamera Shy

Week 4
Green Hunter 3’6″ Champion – Snowday
High Performance Working Hunter Champion- Cuba
Performance Working Hunter 3’3 Champion – Fonteyn
Pre-Green 3 & 4 Year Olds Champion – Dragonstone
$2,500 1.35m Jumper 2nd of 108 – I Love Lucy

Week 5
High Performance Conformation Hunter Reserve Champion – Always
USHJA Hunter 2’9″ Champion – Sir Edward

Week 6
Green Conformation Hunter Champion – Grand Affair
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ Champion – For Ever
Performance Working Hunter 3’3″ Reserve Champion – Fonteyn

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