Triple Crown® Nutrition Awards Excellence Awards at The Colorado Horse Park

Katharin Gualtieri and Castalano proudly pose with their Triple Crown Excellence Award.

Katharin Gualtieri and Castalano proudly pose with their Triple Crown Excellence Award.

Parker, CO.  - Triple Crown® Nutrition wraps up another successful summer at The Colorado Horse Park Summer In The Rockies Series, awarding the Triple Crown Excellence Award to top competitors. The Triple Crown Excellence Award was given out weekly during the seven-week series to a top finisher that showed great character and performances. The winner received a vibrant tri colored ribbon, engraved plate, and a free bag of feed from Triple Crown. This week Katharin Gualtieri and Castalano took home this coveted award and have big goals going forward.

Gualtieri, a Parker, Colo. local, came in this week with her own Castalano showing in the $20,000 Open Welcome Stakes, and in the $100,000 Summer In The Rockies Grand Prix. Castalano is a sixteen-year-old Oldenburg gelding that Gualtieri breed herself. “I bred him. I am the only one who has ever shown him and he just tries his heart out for me,” said Gualtieri of her special bond with him. Having a perfect ride is something that all riders have learned almost never happens, but Gualtieri came pretty close. “I think my horse was awesome. I could have ridden a few spots better, but we went double clean so I can’t complain.” Coming off a strong campaign at The Colorado Horse Park, Gualtieri’s goals are to continue improving on their Grand Prix results.

Amanda Anderson and Walking in Memphis were all smiles after receiving the Triple Crown Excellence Award

Amanda Anderson and Walking in Memphis were all smiles after receiving the Triple Crown Excellence Award.

Rounding out their Triple Crowns victors is Amanda Anderson and her own Walking in Memphis, a fifteen-year-old Thoroughbred, captured the hearts of Triple Crown to win the Triple Crown Excellence Award. “This horse found me, and made it possible for me to show,” said Anderson. Elizabeth Porath and Waomi took top honors in both the Adult Jumper 1.10m and the $4,000 Modified Jr/Am Jumper Classic to receive the Triple Crown Excellence Award.

When it comes to fulfilling performance horses’ nutritional needs during intense competition, there is no substitute for supreme quality feeds. Triple Crown feeds feature revolutionary formulations, premium ingredients and EquiMix® Technology, an innovative blend of advanced supplements, in every bag.

Committed to supporting the dietary needs of horses across disciplines, Triple Crown was the first company to add prebiotics, probiotics, and organic minerals to its feed. Consumers can always rely on a corn free, ‘fixed formula’ recipe with added digestive enzymes that remains the same over time, regardless of rising ingredient costs.

To learn more about how Triple Crown Nutrition, the Official Feed Sponsor of the U.S Dressage Team, the U.S. Eventing Team, and the U.S. Show Jumping Team, please visit the company’s website at www.TripleCrownFeed.com or check their official Facebook or Instagram @triplecrownfeed.




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