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Over fifty riders competed in the international divisions at Aspen Farms Horse Trials over the weekend in Yelm, Washington, with both division winners leading from start to finish.
Southern California Equestrian Sports (SCES) announced today their supporting contribution of three thousand dollars to Aspen Farms Horse Trials. The event will take place in Yelm, Washington on June 8-10, 2018. Two thousand dollars of the donated funds will be given for event enhancement, with the remainder dedicated towards the support of competing SCES members.
The final day of Aspen Farms Horse Trials and the USEA Area VII Championships in Yelm, Wash. delivered sun and mild temperatures as nearly 300 competitors made their final bids to secure top placings and prizes in divisions from Beginner Novice to Advanced.
Sabrina Glaser and Patricia Yust's 9-year-old Selle Francais gelding, Rembrandt, were the only pair in the Adequan USEA Gold Cup Advanced division to jump clean and within the time around Tremaine Cooper’s cross-country track today at the Aspen Farms Horse Trials in Yelm, Wash.
Today Aspen Farms Horse Trials welcomed nearly 300 horses and riders from throughout the Pacific Northwest, California, and Canada for the start of their tenth anniversary horse trials in Yelm, Wash.
Aspen Farms Horse Trials and Area VII Championships will proceed as scheduled this Friday, September 8 through Sunday, September 10
What do you get when two four-star riders team up to create the best event they can? Aspen Farms Horse Trials. After successful upper level eventing careers on the East Coast, Jonathan and Suzy Elliott decided to move back to their roots in the Pacific Northwest in 2005 and start an event.
Despite a difficult show jumping phase, there was no change in the overnight standings in the Adequan USEA Gold Cup Advanced division at Aspen Farms Horse Trials in Yelm, Wash. Mary Burke and Prince William took two rails to finish first on a score of 38.4, earning their second consecutive Adequan Gold Cup win at Aspen Farms.
Mary Burke and Prince William have positioned themselves for a repeat win in the Adequan USEA Gold Cup at Aspen Farms Horse Trials in Yelm, Wash. after a clear cross-country round inside the time today.