The $5,000 Horseware® Ireland NAL Low Junior/Amateur Classic saw 18 trips and crowned Daniela Hernandez of Scottsdale, AZ, and Monica Cornejo Rahman’s Siquisiri the winners with a jump-off time of 35.895 seconds. Muskogee, Oklahoma’s Julie Roberts galloped her Lothario through the timers in 36.666 seconds for a second-place finish. Dominique Hoffman of Parker, CO, joined the class leaders after jumping off in 37.053 seconds aboard her own Excelsior, for third.
Galway Girl and owner Spencer McKee of Phoenix, AZ, rode the fast track in 40.298 seconds for the lead in the $5,000 Medium/High Junior/Amateur Jumper Classic. Brooke Cudmore and Blair Cudmore’s Southern Rose took home second place with a jump-off time of 42.053 seconds. Third place was awarded to the holder of the 46.053 second jump-off time, Dominique Hoffman and her horse Apriol 2.
The $100 Stirrup Hunter Classic named Paige Shanahan of Flower Mound, TX, the champion aboard Tommy Brawley’s Highlands Percival. Tessa Ohlrogge of Littleton, CO, earned reserve champion atop Little Miss Sunshine, owned by Sabrina Ohlrogge.
Taylor McLelland of Carbondale, CO, rode Kathryn Fleck Peisach’s Mr. Banks for the champion honors in the $1,000 Marshall & Sterling NAL/WIHS Children’s Hunter Classic. Tate Beteta’s entry iCloud and Natalie Templeton of Silverado, CA, took home reserve champion.
The $1,000 Marshall & Sterling NAL/WIHS Adult Hunter Classic named Amanda Shaw of Ellisville, MO, and Sarah Young’s Independiente champion. Leesa Carver of Arvada, CO, piloted Kathy Montgomery’s Riverwalk around the course for the reserve champion honors.
Gabrielle Young of Spring Hill, KS, rode her entry Hidden Springs Woodstar for top honors in the $1,000 Pony Hunter Classic. Owner/rider Jordan Gibbs of Colorado Springs, CO, guided GF Elliot around the course to collect reserve champion.
The $100 Pre-Children’s Hunter Classic awarded the blue ribbon to Erin Gibbs’ Perseus YC and rider Jordan Gibbs of Colorado Springs, CO. Caroline Krier of Parker, CO, rode her Toska for reserve champion.
The $100 Pre-Adult Hunter Classic saw a winning ride by Kathy Baker of Colorado Springs, CO, and her entry Pop Star. Dark Rose was ridden by owner Andrea Sullivan of Tucson, AZ, and was awarded reserve honors.
The Children’s Pony Hunter Classic named Caroline Alexander of Kansas City, MO, champion aboard ABA Hunter Ponies’ Northwinds Times Square.
The $100 Platinum Performance Modified Adult Hunter Classic awarded Barbara Debler of Denver, CO, and Marisa Haag’s Taylor Made top honors. Alexandria Marchi of Los Alamos, NM, and her La Coupe D’Or were assigned reserve placement.
Denver, CO resident Lilian Schaffer earned champion and reserve champion honors in the $100 Platinum Performance Modified Children’s Hunter Classic. Shaffer’s entries Shareef and Especial took home the blue and red ribbons respectively.
The $1,000 Perfect Products Green Hunter Classic 3’/3’3″ presented top honors to Sarah Young of Spring Hill, KS, and Skylar owned by JFC Farms LLC. Amanda Comly of Sachse, TX, completed the course with her own Chappalo to secure second place.
The $1,000 CWD Junior Hunter 3’3″/3’6″ Classic saw 20 trips and determined Jaden Porter of Ladue, MO, and Dragonfly Farms’ Dragonfly’s Steel Octopus victorious. Ainslee Gregg of Frisco, TX, was named reserve champion aboard Valentine owned by Bottom Line Equestrian LLC.
Omar B.Z. carried owner Shae Kimberling of Olathe, KS, to victory in the $1,000 Mile High Golf Cars Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3″/3’6″ Classic. Megan Engle of Littleton, CO, took home reserve on her Night Cap.
Christian Del Bosque of Tucson, AZ, secured champion honors atop K Watson LLC’s Faraon in the $1,000 Serengeti Hunter Classic. Taylor McLelland and Mr. Banks were awarded reserve champion.
SIR IV competition resumes on June 27, and runs through July 1. Horseware® Ireland will present the $20,000 Welcome Stake on Thursday, June 28 and the $35,000 Grand Prix on Saturday, June 30. In addition to the weekly series favorites, SIR IV is set to host the USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Championships, for Zones 7 & 8. The Championships, presented by SmartPak®, will feature two days (June 27-28) of team and individual competition. Team competitors will face one under saddle class and two classic hunter courses. Individual competitors will see an under saddle, a classic hunter derby and a handy hunter course.