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    Results and Highlights from the Oregon Trail Hunter Jumper Show

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    July 13, 2018
     
     
     
    Results & Highlights from the 2018 Oregon Trail    
     
     
    The Oregon Trail show at Hunter Creek Equestrian Park in Wilsonville, OR marked the start of the 2018 Wilsonville Summer Series, six rated outdoor shows put on by Team NW Equestrian Sports. The Oregon Trail hosts several popular events, including the OHJA Equitation Challenge, and the Father's Day Leadline, in which horse show dads are invited to be in the limelight aboard the mounts they so often help support.
     
    The first of the Bedrock Schooling Series, a USHJA Outreach competition, ran over the weekend of The Oregon Trail, with classes being held in the Kathryn A. Hall PC, Attorney at Law, Hunter Ring 2. This year the Bedrock Series offers two-day shows of both hunter and jumper classes for riders in both disciplines.
     
    Please visit www.horseshowtime.com for comprehensive results and be sure to check out more of Julie Ward's outstanding photos on www.juliewardphotography.com.
     
     
    JUMPERS
     
     $9,500 Team NW Jumper Classic 1.25m
    The $9,500 Team NW Jumper Classic was won by Atlantis, showing off his speed and winning style, with Megan Jordan in the irons. Atlantis is owned by New Venture Investments,
     
    $1,500 Mini-Prix 1.15m
    Conte S galloped to victory, with owner and rider Ava Duke-Martin aboard. The pair is trained by Linda Worley of Cornerstone.
     
     
    $1,000 High Children's/Adult Jumper Classic 1.10m
    Doretto, owned by Blue Meadows LLC, was piloted to the win by Leslie Cox. They train with Jeff Campf of Oz, Inc.
     
     
    $500 Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic .90m/1.00m
    The $500 Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic was won by Locorada, owned & ridden by Alexis Bruemmer. They train with Courtney Reid of Crossroads Training.
     
     
     $500 Savin Hill Farm Child/Adult Jumper Classic .85m
    St. Patrick was steered to the win by owner & rider Kimberly Curry. The pair trains with Linda Worley of Cornerstone.
     
     
     
     
     
    DERBIES
     
    $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby
    Showing off his derby savvy, Dustin Goodwin of Oz, Inc. piloted Ellen Brown's Belvedere to finish in top place.
    $1,000 Quiet Rein Local Hunter Derby
    He Charmed Me, owned by Susan Babbitt, was ridden by Caitlyn Tietz to win the blue ribbon. They train with David Eith of Winter Hill Farm.
     
     
     
     
     
    HUNTERS
     
     
    $500 USHJA Green Hunter Challenge
    Per Se, owned by SAS LLC, won the $500 USHJA Green Hunter Challenge. Per Se was ridden and is trained by Shelley Campf of Oz, Inc.
    Green/Performance Hunter 3'6"
    Saint Cloud, owned by Brylee Dickey, was champion in the Green/Performance Hunter 3'6" division. Saint Cloud was ridden and is trained by Tara Niculescu of Capstone Equestrian.
    Green Hunter 3'
    Acantus won the championship, ridden by Corene Smith. Acantus is owned by Patty Osberg, and trained by Corene Smith and Clare Warren of Archway Equestrian.
    Amateur Owner 3'3/3'6"
    Commonwealth won the championship with owner Emily Hutson in the irons. They train with Jeff & Shelley Campf and Dustin Goodwin of Oz, Inc.
     
     
     
     
     
    EQUITATION
     
     ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship Class
    Kaylyn McGrady rode skillfully to win the class. She trains with Jeff & Shelley Campf and Dustin Goodwin at Oz, Inc.
     
    Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal
    Sophie Lang rode to win the blue in the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal. Sophie trains with Lauren Buck of Triple Rise.
     
     
     
     
     
    OHJA EQUITATION CHALLENGE
     
    The OHJA Equitation Challenge is a non-jumping competition that tests the equitation abilities of both professional and amateur riders at the walk, trot and canter. The four sections are Age 12 & Under, Age 13-17, Age 18 & Over, and Professional. Riders are first tested against the competitors in their group, and then the top four riders from each group advance to the OHJA Equitation Challenge Final to determine the overall winner. The entry fees from the class entirely benefit the Oregon Hunter Jumper Association. The judges put the finalists through their paces, and in the end awarded top honors to pro Tara Niculescu, trainer at Capstone Equestrian in Bend.  

     
     
    Group Winners
    12 & Under - Zoe Stascausky
    13 - 17 - Emily Perkins
    18 & Over - Mia Minervini
    Pro (and Overall Winner) - Tara Niculescu
     
     
     
     
     
    MEDAL CLASS WINNERS

    Marshall & Sterling U.S. Pony Medal
    Isabella Mullan; trains with Simone Starnes of Starnes Equestrian.

    USHJA 3'3" Jumping Seat Medal
    Sophie Lang; trains with Lauren Buck of Triple Rise Equestrian Center.

    NHS 3'3" Medal
    Campbell Ray; trains with Jeff & Shelley Campf and Dustin Goodwin of Oz.

    THIS Children's Medal
    Sophie Passadore; trains with Kendall & Nicole Bourgeois of Imagination Lane.

    Ariat National Adult Medal
    Emily Slusher; trains with Jeff & Shelley Campf and Dustin Goodwin of Oz.

    OHJA MEDALS

    OHJA Jr./Sr. 3'6" Medal
    Emily Perkins; trains with Jeff & Shelley Campf and Dustin Goodwin of Oz.

    OHJA Jr./Sr. 3'3' Medal
    Zoe Stascausky; trains with Jeff & Shelley Campf and Dustin Goodwin of Oz.

    OHJA Children's Medal
    Grace Duffy; trains with Kendall & Nicole Bourgeois of Imagination Lane.

    OHJA Mini Medal
    Regan Szambelan; trains with Kendall & Nicole Bourgeois of Imagination Lane.



    TEAM NW MEDALS
    Team NW Children's Medal
    Isabel Baker; trains with Kaitlyn Eigner

    Team NW Starter Medal
    Bridget Barton, trains with David Eith of Winter Hill Farm.
     
     
     
     
     
    FATHER'S DAY LEADLINE

    Father's Day was Sunday, June 17th, the final day of The Oregon Trail. In honor of the wonderful horse show dads who support their offspring's endeavors in the show ring, the third annual Quiet Rein Riding School Father's Day Leadline class was held. Dads boldly competed with tots, showing off their outstanding horsemanship as they were lead into the arena. The judges were faced with a plethora of outstanding riders, and in the end announced a tie, with all exhibitors being awarded a blue ribbon.  However, it was Pickles the Pony in a frothy, sparkly purple ensemble carrying pint-sized Leighton Bourgeois that caught our eye and slayed us all with cuteness.
     
     
     
     
     
    The Dibbins Fox Cup
     
    Each Sunday of the series, Team NW celebrates sportsmanship by recognizing an amateur rider exemplifying superlative horsemanship. Chosen by staff, these candidates live the principles of the late Cynthia Hoyt Dibbins, who cared deeply about the sport, and the horses and riders who populate it. At the Oregon Trail, horse show staff selected Marian Ehlers, who rides at Capstone Equestrian with Lindsey Garner and Tara Niculescu. Marian fundraises for Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding and is a Junior Ambassador for Just World International. She is well rounded as although horses are her passion, she also plays tennis and golf.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    The Maverick Trophy
     
    Each year at the Oregon Trail, the Maverick Trophy is presented to the barn that traveled the farthest to attend the show (and the Maverick pizza party!) For the second consecutive year, Archway Equestrian was recognized for their journey. Archway also generously fed trainers and grooms lunch on both Schooling Tuesdays; we salute Clare and Corey for their thoughtfulness!
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Bedrock Show
     
    The 2018 Bedrock Schooling Series debuted with a show June 16-17, running in conjuction with The Oregon Trail. These OHJA-approved shows are also USHJA Outreach competitions, giving riders and horses an outstanding opportunity to compete and gain experience in a quality venue without the fees of rated shows. This year the Bedrock Series consists of 2-day shows with both hunter and jumper classes being offered.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    CANDID PHOTOS
     
     
     
     
     
    Contact:
    Mike Gallaway
    (503) 704-7985