Sader-Larson and Legretto 04 Clinch Another Grand Prix Win
The Grand Prix Open division was topped by Alison Sader Larson and Legretto 04, with a 65%. Sader-Larson had her two main men in town this weekend husband Ken, and dad, Henry to cheer her on as she and her students put the finishing touches on a successful season.
Sader-Larson has reaped the benefits from her winters in Florida, having trained Legretto 04 a 10 year old Hanoverian by Laptop to grand prix. Sader-Larson, who rides with the support of The Medal Equestrian Foundation, and her husband Ken Larson a veterinarian are building their own facility in Maple Lake, Minnesota.
PRE Stallion Idilio Works His Way Up in the Grand Prix
Second in the Grand Prix Open was Hampton Green Farms’s PRE Stallion Idilio, ridden by Pati Pierucci. The gorgeous 12-year-old Pura Raza Espanola by Orgulloso XXIII, and Pierucci have been training this winter with German Team veteran Martin Schaudt who has been spending considerable time working with the popular breed. Idilio’s big moving trot work and passage/piaffe tour earned the pair a 63%. Hampton Green Farm’s owner Kim Boyer was thrilled with their progress, and is looking forward to their upcoming clinic with famed Spanish dressage team rider Raphael Soto, April 10-11.
By the way, one of Wellington’s best kept secrets (well no more now that we mentioned it on DressageDaily) are Hampton Green’s private luncheons provided by Kim’s husband Frederick a fabulous French chef. After selling their Wellington restaurant to Tavern on the Green this past summer, Frederick prepares a daily luncheon at their beautiful facility, by reservation only.
Grand Prix - Open, GAIG, BLM
(C) Heath "S",
- 1/ Alison Sader Larson/ Legretto 04/ 65.000%
- 2/ Pati Pierucci/ Idilio/ 63.958%
- 3/ Lauren Sprieser/ Bellinger/ 62.708%
- 4 /Holger Bechtloff/ Red Nex L/ 62.083%
- 5/ Gary Lane/ Focus/ 61.250%
- 6/ Milo Mott/ Marquis/ 58.333%
- Katarina Antens-Miller/ LA Baltic Sunrise/ 56.250%
- Jean Thornton/ Conversano II Aloha II/ 55.208%
- Tosha Zubrisky/ Gunter/ 53.750%
YR Roffman and Bulgari Gain Ground - Lavell and Dutta Repeat Placings in Intermediaire I
In the Young Rider division Caroline Roffman and Bulgari 5 are back in winning form, acing the FEI Young Rider Prix St Georges test with a 69.375, and Junior Young Rider Katie Foster and Sacramento topping the Junior Team Test with a 68.667.
Junior Team Test - JR, GAIG, BLM
(H) Lamping "S", (C) Yukins "S", (B) Gurney "S"
- 1/ Katie Foster/ Sacramento/ 68.667%
- 2/ Lora Kay Witterstaeter/ Weltkaar/ 62.250%
- 3 Julia Warstler/ Integrity/ 61.000%
FEI Young Rider Prix St Georges
(C) Heath "S", (B) Curtis "S"
- 1/ Caroline Roffman/ Bulgari 5/ 69.375%
- 2/ Jocelyn Wiese/ Lamborghini/ 68.000%
- 3/ Hannah Holland Shook/ Cape Town/ 67.750%
- 4/ Devon Kane/ Douwe/ 67.375%
- 5/ Katie Alms/ Roodepoort II/ 65.125%
- 6/ Ana Di Gironimo/ Cadanz/ 61.250%
- 7/ Julie McKean/ Heslegaard's Stravinsky/ 60.875%
In the HP Intermediaire I Lavell and Much Ado nailed their test with a 72.917%, with Dutta and Pik L placing second with a 69.333 and Sue Jaccoma and Wadamur a close third at 69.333. The division is part of the all important qualifying procedure for the PSG/I1 Championships, and Selection Trials for the Pan American Games.
Intermediaire I - USEF HP Qualifying
(H) Lamping "S", (C) Yukins "S", (B) Gurney "S"
- 1/ Carol Lavell/ Much Ado/ 72.917%
- 2/ Susan Dutta/ Pik L/ 69.333%
- 3/ Susan Jaccoma/ Wadamur/ 69.167%
- 4/ Heather Bender/ Winwood/ 68.583%
- 5/ Lauren Sammis/ Sagacious HF/ 68.167%
- 6/ Susan Jaccoma/ Donatella/ 68.083%
- Shelly Francis/ Dominion/ 67.833%
- Silke Rembacz/ Millennium/ 66.417%
- Lisa Payne-Hyslop/ Rolling Stone/ 65.833%
- Silke Rembacz/ Oscar/ 64.667%
- Lauren Sprieser/ Clairvoya/ 64.500%
- Susan Springsteen/ Fanale/ 64.333%
- Susan Jaccoma/ Harmony's Weissmuller/ 64.333%
- Christopher Hickey/ Werbellin/ 64.167%
- Patricia Becker/ Sandor/ 63.917%
- Bill Warren/ Romantic/ 63.750%
- Heather Bender/ Sargon Interagro/ 62.667%
- Anna Wood/ Novarredo/ 62.167%
- Lisa Payne-Hyslop/ Jordan/ 61.250%
- Theresa Siess/ Grande Celeste/ 60.417%
- Laine W. Hills, D.V.M./ Hertog/ 59.000%
- Simone Williams/ Wunder Ein/ 58.750%
- Kristy Truebenbach Lund/ Fabio/ 58.417%
- Elizabeth Armstrong-Powers/ Parsifal/ 56.333%
- Nancy Later/ Wasmut/ 52.667%
It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This!
Dressage at Equestrian Estates continues Sunday with the Freestyle classes, under perfect conditions. The warm dry weather and clear blue skies are the icing on the cake adding to the amenities provided by Walter and Mary Ann McPhail’s Equestrian Estates in Loxahatchee, Florida. Located in the dressage community of White Fences, the area is the only real estate wonder of its kind in the United States, with multiple properties, lush in tropical foliage, and the comradery of a community dedicated to dressage.
Show manager Evelyn O’Sullivan and her team of volunteers and staff provide the finest amenities for competitors, judges, and spectators. A full line up of vendors are offering amazing end of the season sales and specials in the trade fair.