In the British Horse Feeds u25 CCI3* at Bramham Horse Trials, Emily King retained her advantage with Jane Del Missier’s Dargun with a speedy and impressive round which was well judged to finish five seconds inside the time, adding nothing to her dressage score of 25.5.
Two familiar names from day one still feature in the Equi-Trek Bramham Horse Trials CCI3* U25 in West Yorkshire, England.
Rising star Jenny Caras put her Karen Stives Endowment Fund for High Performance Eventing Grant to good use at the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials, the sole stop for the inaugural Karen Stives European Developing Tour. Caras had an admirable performance in her overseas debut, riding Fernhill Fortitude to a ninth-place finish in the Bishop Burton College Under 25 CCI3* division.
The Bishop Burton College Under 25 CCI3* division tackled Ian Stark’s challenging cross-country course at the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials on Saturday. Under the guidance of USEF Eventing Developing Rider Coach Leslie Law, Jenny Caras and Fernhill Fortitude had a great round to sit in eighth place heading into the final day of competition.
Clark Montgomery (USA) riding Loughan Glen produced a stunning dressage test to take the lead on day 1 on the Event Rider Masters (ERM) competition at the EQUI-TREK Bramham International Horse Trials today.
Nine of the 19 combinations in the Bishop Burton College Under 25 CCI3* division performed their dressage test in front of the Ground Jury of PollyAnn Huntington (AUS), Christina Klingspor (SWE), and Les Smith (GBR).
The United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation is proud to announce that Caroline Martin and Jenny Caras have been named as the recipients of the 2016 Karen Stives Endowment Fund for High Performance Eventing Grant.
A field of 50 combinations headed into the final phase of the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials CCI3* on Sunday, and Land Rover Eventing Competition Grant recipients Lauren Kieffer and Veronica placing near the top of the leaderboard.
Last February, 21-year-old Jennie Brannigan of San Diego, CA was awarded the Jacqueline B. Mars International Competition and Training Grant. Brannigan decided to use the grant to travel to the Bramham CCI3* in England with her eight-year-old, Dutch Warmblood gelding, Cooper.
Congratulations to Jennie Brannigan and Cooper! This talented young pair is currently leading the field in their first CCI3* at the Bramham CCI3* (under 25-year-old section) in England. This accomplishment adds yet another feather to Brannigan’s already well-decorated cap, with an impressive resume that includes individual and team gold at last year’s NAJYRC CCI2*, the 2008 Adequan/USEA Intermediate Gold Cup Champion, 2008 USEA Young Rider of the Year, and a slew of other big wins with Cooper throughout their budding career.