Day Two Split Rock Jumping Tour Highlights Jumping Talent

Ashley Wordley and Chicago V.H. Moleneind. Wordley was third on Over Drive. Photo: SEL Photography
Ashley Wordley and Chicago V.H. Moleneind. Wordley was third on Over Drive. Photo: SEL Photography

On a speedy and splendid Saturday at the Split Rock Jumping Tour, the action in The Rock Jumping Field included the highlight $35,000 Amalaya Investments CSI3* Speed Cup, the UltrOz Low Junior/Amateur-Owner class and the Brook Ledge High Junior/Amateur class. Ashley Wordley won the Brook Ledge High Junior/Amateur-Owner class aboard her Chicago V.H. Moleneind, a horse she's had for two years.

Charlise Casas proved her prowess again, this time on Lisanto 2, having the fastest double clean in an eleven-horse jump-off. She took advantage of the horse's large stride, commenting that after watching others in the jump-off, she knew where she could leave strides out to take the win. Keep your eye on this fourteen-year-old, she has a bright show jumping future.

Charlise Casas and Lisanto 2 Photo: SEL Photography
Charlise Casas and Lisanto 2 Photo: SEL Photography

In The Limestone Arena today, decorated American rider Candice King and Crusader were the only double clean in the 1.10m Jumper Final, earning the top prize. Chilean Jorge Matte aboard Conquest was the fastest clear in the jump-off in the Kingsland Equestrian 1.20m Jumper Final. Kevin Babington and Super Chilled won for the second day in a row in the Four Points by Sheraton 1.30m Jumper Final.




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