The Adult Amateur Jumpers showed in two classes on Monday, with a win for Alissa Kinsey and Grisset in the afternoon class, sponsored by A.J. Blosenski. Fifteen entries showed over the speed course with eight clear rounds. Kinsey and Grisset jumped the fastest round in 51.97 seconds. Lucy Mitchell-Innes and Casey Curtis's Riley II finished second in 52.78 seconds, and Charlene Graham guided Capricette to this place honors in 52.83 seconds.
Kinsey and Grisset also won the division's opening class on Sunday to accrue the most points overall and earn the Adult Amateur Jumper Championship along with The Judy Hill Groves Memorial Challenge Trophy. Hooker and Corianos Boy were the reserve champions.
Driving classes were also held on Monday. The Horse Pairs Championship went to the Werry Phaeton, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Glenn A. Werry Jr., and driven by Glenn A. Werry, Jr. The Single/Pair Pony Driving Championship was awarded to the Koehler Gig, owned by Lisa Koehler, and driven by Nicole Cable.
The 2014 Devon Horse Show will continue on Tuesday with the presentation of championship honors in the First Year, Second Year, and Green Conformation Hunter divisions. The High Performance Hunters, Regular Conformation Hunters, and Open Jumpers will also compete in their first day of competition. For full results, please visit www.devonhorseshow.org.
For those unable to attend the Devon Horse Show in person, the Dixon Oval is being live streamed on the USEF Network.
Shownet will be shooting individual video clips for purchase through the website www.shownet.biz of both the Dixon Oval and Gold Ring. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com or ask for Tony in the exhibitor lounge at the side gate.