Chris Kappler and Royal Kaliber Win the $150,000 AGA
FL April 6 Chris Kappler riding the horse he co-owns
with Kathy Kamine won the $150,000 AGA Championship. Chris Kappler
and Royal Kaliber produced the only 2 complete clear rounds out
of 30 competitors. Royal Kaliber is a Dutch Warmblood stallion and
just last week won the $200,000 Budweiser American Invitational
with Chris. Carling King and Kevin Babington were second with only
1 time fault. Carling King, an Irish Sport Horse gelding, is owned
by Kindle Hill Farm. In third place, Meredith Beerbaum and Shutterfly
were fastest in the jump off with a total of 4 faults for the two
rounds. She actually had a clean jump off round but carried 4 faults
over from her first round.
$10,000 Amateur Owner AGA Championsip had only 2 horses out of 30
go with fault-free rounds. Tani Anderson with Illusion and Amanda
Forte with Minuet were in the jump off. Minuet and Amanda Forte
had a clean jump off round while Tani and Illusion had a rail and
Johnson won the $15,000 High Junior Jumper AGA Championship riding
her own horse, Reddy Teddy. Paige was the only rider to have a clean
round in the jump off. Michael Morrissey came in second riding Carrera.
Carrera is owned by The Ridge Farm and had the last rail down in
the jump off for 4 faults. Seven competitors returned for the jump
off all had 4 faults except Paige Johnson.
won the $10,000 Adult Amateur AGA Championship with Linda Urioste
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