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Gladstone, NJ-October 1, 2001-Kimberly Vinoski of Scottsville, VA was named
USET Athlete of the Month for September following her win at the Blenheim
Petplan International Three Day Event CCI ***, September 6-9 in Woodstock,
Vinoski, riding Winsome Adante, owned by Linda E.A. Wachmeister, finished
the three-phase competition with a score of 41.6 penalties, beating an
international field of over a hundred competitors that included Great
Britain's 2000 Olympic Team Silver Medalist, Pippa Funnell, and the 1996
Olympic and 1998 World Champion Blyth Tait who recently won the 2001
Burghley CCI ****, as well as the Burghley runner up, Andrew Nicholson, who
finished this event in second place as well.
Vinoski, who was the recipient of a 2001 USET Developing Rider European
Competition and Training grant, was clear on the cross country and stadium
jumping phases to finish on her dressage score and place just ahead of
Andrew Nicholson of New Zealand, who completed the competition with a total
score of 42.6 penalties. Polly Stockton of Great Britain was third with
45.6 penalties.
In 1999, Vinoski had placed second at Blenheim with Over The Limit. Earlier
that year, she had won the Rolex/USET Three-Star Spring Championship at the
Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event presented by Bayer

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