Jul 14, 2017

USEF Announces Definite Entries for the 2017 FEI North American Junior/Young Rider Championships

By Jessica Duffy - USEA Staff

United States Equestrian (USEF) has released the list of definite entries for the 2017 FEI North American Junior/Young Rider Championships taking place next week at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Mont. There are 33 horse-and-rider combinations from Areas I, II, III, V, VI, and VIII competing in the CH-J* division, and 14 pairs from Areas I, III, IV, VI, VII, and VIII contesting the CICOY2*.

The USEA previously announced the nominated entries for the CH-J* and the CICOY2*, but please see below for the definite entries, listed below by team.


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CH-J*

Area I

  • Rain Anderson and Amy Anderson’s Limited Access, a 16-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Limit Out x Miss Hatchet).
  • William Jarrell and Brenda H. Jarrell’s Grey Area (Accondy x Merry Gypsy), an 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding.
  • Erica Jarrell and her own and Brenda H. Jarrell’s Uni Sprite (Brynarian Brenin AP Maldwyn x Better B’ Leavin), a 12-year-old Welsh gelding.
  • Natasha Knight and Harbour the Truth, her own 9-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Laine Metz and her own Queen of Spades (Mokheiba x Cold Tepee), an 11-year-old Thoroughbred mare.
  • Sloane Pierpont and Charles and Whitney Pierpont’s Indie, a 12-year-old Warmblood gelding (Vechta x Indulga).

Area II

  • Mia Braundel and her own Cashmere (Special D x Shyra), a 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding.
  • Ariana Freeman and Kristin Carpenter’s In A Trance, a 19-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Alexa Gartenberg and her own Patras VR, a 15-year-old Trakehner gelding.
  • Megan Loughnane and her own Linford (Landos x Napoline), an 8-year-old Holsteiner gelding.
  • Alexandra Tett and Daniel L. Warrington’s Hawk’s Cay, a 9-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding (Washington x Terra).

Area III

  • Ivie Cullen-Dean and Michael Dean’s Five-Star, a 6-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding.
  • Gigi Hogan and her own Samba Dromo (Sandro HIT x Sweatheart), an 8-year-old Oldenburg gelding.
  • Maddie McElduff and Bailey S. Moran’s Loughnatousa Caislean (Lucky Vailer x Loughnatousa Bell), a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding.
  • Carson Richards and Julie Richards’ Sandhills Brillaire (Staccato x Sandhills Glimmer), a 14-year-old Thoroughbred mare
  • Magdalena Valenti and Jenna Schildmier’s Romolo’s Friar, an 8-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.

Area V

  • Adriana Beruvides and Julie Norman’s Consensus (Contucci x Miss Me Not), a 17-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Jane Cook and her own Monatrea Xavier, a 9-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (Riyalan x Montrea Jane).
  • Kit Ferguson and Yoshi (Chant de Parx x Destiny), her own 19-year-old Holsteiner mare.
  • Ryan Hall and Tina Hall’s Graceland's Liebchen, a 7-year-old Warmblood mare (Libero Star x Ritterspron).
  • Arden Stephens and Ultra T (Ustinov x Wiriomf), her own 9-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding.
  • Mckinsey Wickman and her own Dassett Profile, a 9-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding.

Area VI

  • Katie Canario and her own Ringwood Little Imp (Master Imp x Commer Queen), an 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding.
  • Isabella Dowen and Lasse 73 (Lordanos x Georgiana), her own 16-year-old Oldenburg gelding.
  • Mallory Hogan and her own Clarissa Purisima, a 9-year-old Holsteiner mare (Limmerick I x Briza).
  • Kaley Sapper and Tuscan Sun, her own 14-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Midnight Royalty x C Alyssa).
  • Sophie Tice and James Alliston’s Mojo (Private Talk x Meaux), a 15-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Delaney Vaden and her own Redroxx Jazzman, a 12-year-old American Warmblood gelding (Bud Lite x Jiwani Dancer).

Area VIII

  • Alexandra Baugh and Altorac Farm’s Ballingowan Pizazz (OBOS Quality x Rocklea), a 15-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding.
  • Brooke Burchianti and Karin B. Burchianti’s Eternal Hope (The Badger’s Comin x Unannounced), a 9-year-old Thoroughbred mare.
  • Liza Ragan and her own and Meredith Krupp’s The Perfect Storm MK (Comet Shine x Danse Don’t Flight), a 14-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Avery Whisman and Stonewall Jackson, his own 9-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Rock Hard Ten x Joyous Song).

USEA/Leslie Mintz Photo.

CICOY2*

Areas I & IV (please note that Area I will declare which of two horses will be ridden as part the team during the declaration of starters)

  • Cornelia Dorr and her own 12-year-old Rheinland Pfalz-Saar gelding (Lissabon x Angelique M), Louis M and 11-year-old Zweibrucker gelding (Sempatico M x Queen’s Lite xx), Sir Patico MH.
  • Lily Geelan and her own Luksor (Ef Ez x Lektura) a 14-year-old Polish Warmblood gelding.
  • Melanie Rousseau and Jennifer Rousseau’s Sullivan (Kettle Won x Jolie’s Princess) an 11-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.

Area III

  • Maggie Baker and her own Blue Stockings, a 15-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Mikensey Johansen and her own Grey Prince (Stormin Fever x Minicolony), a 9-year-old Thoroughbred gelding.
  • Will Zuschlag and his own RF Southern Command (Ustinov x Trijntje) a 9-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding.

Areas VI & VIII

  • Sophie Hulme and her own Gorsehill Belle (Touchdown x Holly Clover), a 14-year-old Irish Sport Horse mare.
  • Madison Temkin and Debra Henderson’s Kingslee, a 19-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Calumar x Afforcce).
  • Jackie Lemastus and Edith Rameika’s Tatton Winter, a 16-year-old New Zealand Thoroughbred gelding.

Area VII

  • Kiera Carter and her own Corinthoz (Cortez x Nicolin), a 15-year-old Swedish Warmblood gelding.
  • Sophie Click and her own 9-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (Cyrano x Tallys Eagles Wings) Fernhill Rising and Amy Click’s Hot Wheels, 14-year-old Paint gelding.
  • Patience O’Neal and her own BC HUW, a 7-year-old Welsh Cob gelding.

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