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Capital Challenge Horse Show - September 29 - October 7, 2001

Green Conformation Hunter
CH Shine - Birchwood Farm, owner Zone 10
RC Fargo - Missy Nolen, owner Zone 4

Regular Conformation Hunter
CH Tytanium - Leslie Coolidge, owner Zone 1
RC Amsterdam - BCQ Enterprises, owner Zone 2

First Year Green Hunter
CH Sno White - Quiet Hill Farm, owner Zone 4
RC Jahari - Joy Elizabeth Pittman, owner Zone 3

Second Year Green Hunter
CH Petrus - LRW Farm, owner Zone 10
RC Action Z - Kristine Shoemaker, owner Zone 4

Regular Working Hunter
CH Strapless - Clara Lindner, owner Zone 5
RC Archie - Archer Farm & Mary Foto, owner Zone 10

Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35
CH Wait ‘n See - Pollyrich Farms, owner Zone 10
RC Jazzyme - Sara Gentry-Slack, owner Zone 5

Amateur Owner Hunter 36 & Over
CH San Siro - Weinberg Brokerage Group, owner Zone 3
RC Hampton Way - Lee Cesery, owner Zone 4

Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35
CH Whoville - Mr. & Mrs. Hunt Tosh, owner Zone 4
RC City Editor - Courtney Somers, owner Zone 3
Adult Amateur Hunter 36 & Over
CH Pico - Kim Semyan, owner Zone 7
RC Scho Me The Way - Leslie Cain, owner Zone 4

Small Pony Hunter
CH Silver Steps - Monarch International Zone 10
Nicoletta VonHeidegger, rider
RC First Edition - Laura Forsberg, owner/rider Zone 2

Medium Pony Hunter
CH Satin - Emerson Burr, owner Zone 1
Katie Cassetta, rider
RC Miss Teak - Wits End Farm, owner Zone 10
Sophie Benjamin, rider

Large Pony Hunter
CH Picasso - L. Crooks & C. Langston, owner Zone 9
Lauren Crooks, rider
RC Alexander's Epigram - Natalie Johnson, owner Zone 1

Small Junior Hunter 15 & Under
CH Remember Me - Kendle Handtmann, owner Zone 10
RC Brillo - Celia Goetzl, owner Zone 3

Small Junior Hunter 16-17
CH Sunday Edition - Meadowbrook Stable, owner Zone 3
Megan Schoellhamer, rider
RC Head Over Heels - Abbay Brownlow, owner Zone 4

Large Junior Hunter 15 & Under
CH Action Z - Kristine Shoemaker, owner Zone 4
Courtney McKay, rider
RC Monte Blanc - RCG Farm, owner Zone 1
Juliana Starbuck, rider

Large Junior Hunter 16-17
CH Good Impression - Brawley Farms, owner Zone 9
Tommy Brawley, rider
RC Silver Tide - Samantha Segedy, owner Zone 5

Children's Hunter - Horse 14 & Under
CH Jahari - Joy Elizabeth Pittman, owner Zone 3
Kacy Jenkins, rider
RC Watson - Kristen Hinther, owner Zone 10

Children's Hunter - Horse 15-17
CH Blue Whisper - Amy Avitabile, owner Zone 1

Children's Hunter - Pony 17 & Under
CH Charlie Chaplin - Nicole Lakin, owner Zone 2
RC Jewel of the Nile - Tiare Angelo, owner Zone 7

Children's Jumper
CH Dresden Castle - Mrs. Stephen Seder, owner Zone 1
RC Roan Ranger - Morgan Erbstoesser, owner Zone 7

Adult Amateur Jumper
CH Byron - Carrie Healy, owner Zone 4
CH Masai - Michael Zucchini, owner Zone 10

Junior Jumper
CH Nighty - Andrew Ramsay, owner Zone 10
RC Zero Gravity - Elizabeth Sanden, owner Zone 7

Amateur Owner Jumper
CH Fortunato - Vanessa Stevenson, owner Zone 2
RC Battleskin William - Alpine Farms, Inc., owner Zone 6
Louise Otten, rider

Zone Team Champions
CH Zone 10
RC Zone 4


The National Hunter/Jumper Council is the official hunter/jumper discipline organization of the USA Equestrian. As such, the NHJC seeks to represent the interests of all hunter/jumper competitors, horse shows, and organizations in the United States.
The NHJC is divided into 12 geographic zones, with the chairmen and vice-chairmen from each zone serving on the Council's 30 member Board of Governors. Each chairman of the six USA Equestrian hunter/jumper discipline committees serves also, rounding out the 30 member governing board.
In addition, the NHJC has many other committees dealing with specific issues relevant to the hunter/jumper sport, such as education, grass roots, stewards, judges, show management, show standards, drugs and medications, young rider and junior jumper championships, and planning.
The NHJC is also committed to communicating with its hunter/jumper constituency through a variety of media, including "Equestrian" magazine, the NHJC website (, and its quarterly newsletter, "The Council Connection." For more information, contact Marnye Langer, Director of Communications.

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