IPSWICH, MA – September9, 2001 – U.S. Olympic Bronze Medallist, Norman Dello Joio of Wellington, FLcaptured the $50,000 Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic Grand Prix aboard the9 year-old stallion, Warsaw. Dello Joio bested a field of 36 starterswith one of only four double clear rounds, crossing the timers in a blisteringtime of 38.45 seconds after negotiating this Richard Jeffery designed course. Dello Joio edged Darren Graziano into secondplace aboard the chestnut mare, Kinetic who finished with double clear roundsand in 38.46 seconds. Third place wentto Jamie Weight up on Kodachrome, crossing the timers in 40.25 seconds.
Simpson Wins Tiffany& Co. Grand Prix
SAN JUANCAPISTRANO – September 16, 2001 – Will Simpson captured the $60,000 Tiffany& Co. Grand Prix aboard El Campeon Ado Annie. Simpson bested a field of40 starters and was one of only two to make it to the jump-off. Simpson and AdoAnnie crossed the timers in 42.72 seconds and pulled a rail for a four faultfinish. Ray Texel of Beverly Hills, CA and Pershing finished a distant secondwith twelve faults and a time of 45.43 seconds.
Victor riddenby McLain Ward is in the number one position for the AGA horse of theyear. McLain Ward is in the driversseat for rider of the year