Candice King and Gosse DOrion Win Welcome Stake
Only Double Clear Round
FL April 4 The AGA National Jumper Championships continued
the third day of competition at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club.
Sunday is the final day and the AGA Championship Series Final will
be at 2:00 pm.
DOrion and Candice King won the AGA Championship Welcome Stake.
This Table II, 2.2(a) class had 15 horses enter and 5 qualified
to come back for the jump off. Candice and Gosse DOrion were
the only combination that had a clean jump off round. Laura Kraut
and Allegiance were the fastest in the jump off with 4 faults
finishing in second place.
Lamaze from Canada won the 1.35 m AGA Championship riding Noulette.
Noulette is owned by Stoney Hill Farm and was the best of 30 horses
competing. Eight horses were in the jump off and Yann Candele was
second riding Millcreek Stables horse, Sweet Dreams.
Fellers riding McGuinness won the 1.45 m AGA Championship. Harry
& Molly Chapman of Wilsonville, Oregon own this bay gelding.
Molly Ashe was second placed riding King Louie. In third was Henri
Prudent with News. Trelawny Farm Inc. owns News. Twenty-seven horses
entered this class and 12 returned for the jump off.
the $2,500 Low Amateur Qualifier, Caroline Lloyd won riding her
Gordon Boy. Twenty-two horses competed.
All results are posted at www.stadiumjumping.com.
National Jumper Championships
Sunday, April 2-6, 2003
are available at the gate. Adults are $5.00 Wed. Sat; $10.00
on Sunday; Seniors are $5.00 all days; Children 12 & under are
free. Parking is free. Schedules, directions and information is
available at www.stadiumjumping.com.
or at (561) 793-5867.