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Kerry Millikin makes her debut on the show and considers the future of the U.S. event team after WEG. Plus 16 year old Mackenzie Spaes shares her excitement after riding in her first classic format three-day event. Take a listen right here…

Eventing Radio Episode 103 – Show Notes and Links:

  • Show Host: Chris Stafford
  • Photo Credit: BRANT GAMMA
  • Guest: Kerry Milliken
  • Guest: Mackenzie Spaes
  • News: FEI WORLD EVENTING CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR YOUNG HORSES
    Le Lion d’Angers (FRA), 25 October 2010
    7 Year Old Championship:

    • 1, Mighty Magic (Andreas Dibowski) GER 43.50;
    • 2, FRH Butts Avedon (Andreas Dibowski) GER 48.30;
    • 3, Quimbo (Andrew Nicholson) NZL 50.00;
    • 4, Fernhill Highlight (William Fox-Pitt) GBR 50.60;
    • 5, Billy Shannon (Pippa Funnell) GBR 51.20;
    • 6, Bay My Hero (William Fox-Pitt) GBR 51.70;
    • 7, Ballyfarris Flight (Louisa Lockwood) GBR 54.10;
    • 8, Paulank Brockagh (Sam Griffiths) AUS 55.00;
    • 9, Borough Pennyz (Vittoria Panizzon) ITA 55.00;
    • 10, Pacific Barbotiere (Aurelien Kahn) FRA 56.00.

    6 Year Old Championship:

    • 1, Mrs. Medicott (Sara Algotsson-Ostholt) SWE 41.70;
    • 2, Annie Clover (Nicola Wilson) GBR 42.70;
    • 3, Zidante (Kitty King) GBR 46.00;
    • 4, Mr Sydney Rocks (Clayton Fredericks) AUS 47.30;
    • 5, Designer 10 (Bettina Hoy) GER 47.90;
    • 6, Unique (Karin Donckers) BEL 48.30;
    • 7, Ulano de Slozen (Marc Rigouts) BEL 49.20;
    • 8, Rose d’Ankor (Eric Vigeanel) GRA 53.80;
    • 9, Zamira (Justin Maarse) NED 55.50;
    • 10, Mocca SE (Therese Viklund) SWE 55.90.

    The Irish Sport Horse Stud Book won the WBFSH Stud Book Championship, assisted by the success of British riders Pippa Funnel (Billy Shannon) and World silver medallist William Fox-Pitt, who was fourth and sixth in the 7 year-old class with Fernhill Highlight (High Roller/Ginger Dick) and Bay My Hero (Cult Hero XX/Tomgar Power Crest). Irish-bred horses took five of the top eight places in the 7 year-old category and second spot in the 6 year-olds.

  • News: USEF National CCI1* Eventing Championships at The Hagyard Midsouth Three-Day Event and Team Challenge Oct 21-23, 2010Kristen Rozycki (Barrington, IL) claimed the National CC1* Championship riding her own Full Circle finishing on a score of 47.2.In the National CCI1* Junior Championship, Kelsey Hoiness from Hickory, NC, and Kristen Villers’ fourteen year-old Irish Sport Horse Gelding T.M. Ballingary finished on their dressage score in their first CCI1*. The pair train with Kim SeversonDevon Gaines of Simpsonville, KY was the winner of the National CCI1* Amateur Championship riding her own eight year-old mare Ginger Spice. Gaines who was also competing at this level for the first time..The National CCI1* 19-21 year-old Championship went to one star rookie Kristina Southern from Falls Church, Virginia riding Skyeler Icke’s Selle Francais gelding, Matus.

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