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Letter from the Editor Welcometo ourfirst annual Juniors issue!

Coming up with Show Photos for this issue was fairly easy given so many young riders who live the "show life" for mostofthe year- south inthe Winter&Spring forWEF, HITS & Tampa then upthe east coast during summer. For the rest of us, Florida offers a huge number of great shows all year around: Fox Lea, Sumter, Canterbury, Horse Shows In the Park, Silver Sands, Rocking Horse (and many more) plus all our wonderful grassroots H/J associations like North FL, First Coast, Marion Co, Greater Orlando, Central Florida, South East, Pinellas & more in South FL. Even the jet-setters among us can often be found supporting the local shows. It's no wonder- many of them offer qualifying, points & money classes that make the expense and hassle of longer travel unnecessary. EVERYONE IS WelCOME TO SHARE PHOTOS.

Photos you typically see are sent from readers or generous photographers and occasionally CFE Staff photographs from local events. This magazine is for & largely about FL riders, owners, breeders & trainers. Your suggestions and feedback are valuable to us. Please participate in making Central Florida Equestrian (soon Florida Equestrian) evolve and improve bysharingyour ideas, likes & dislikes. EVERYONE IS WELCOMETO POST COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS


We have some great articles, photos & a Scavenger Hunt contest for kids. Advertisers make this magazine possible, so please take some time to see what they offer- display ads throughout & service directories (Products & Services plus the new Trainer Directory) near the back.

We have some great issues ahead! January WILL BE the Premier FLORIDA EQUESTRIAN issue!

Thankyou for reading Central Florida Equestrian magazine. Happy Riding,

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WB Student Sydney Chase walking the course at Fox Lea with WB trainer Roberto Daza.

Sue Chase (mom) took the photo


4- Featured: WB Equestrian

9- Emerging Athlete's Program 12-Family Affair

14-Junior Show News 17-Scavenger Hunt & Trivia 18-Great Show Moms

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l20-Bits & Tips 6-Quest for WEG


24-Stable & Trainer directory 25-Product & Service directory 26-Sept- Oct Event Calendar

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Started in 2004 by Brazilian rider and trainer Marcelo Barros and his wife Sally, WB Equestrian in Sanford, Florida has grown very quickly with the help of Assistant Trainer. Roberto DOlO,

As their lesson program has grown, WB has become a great place for junior riders.

"I work with mostly the older students who are more advanced, while Roberto brings along the beginners. The real credit goes to Roberto, who puts an excellent foundation on his students" comments Marcelo.

"Roberto is great with the kids, He was one of the top junior Show Jumpers in Bolivia and his enthusiasm and joy for the sport is easily noticed when he teaches", Roberto has a full day at WB: Mornings are dedicated to the

self- proclaimed 'WB Divas' (the more mature members of WBl and he has full afternoons with the younger students, His classes are fun yet informative and his students progress rapidly and excel at the shows.

"You could say I am fortunate to have some very dedicated students, but it's more than that. I have some very dedicated families, which makes my job all the more pleasurable" explains Roberto,

Show up any afternoon at WB and you'll see it's a busy place. You'll find both Marcelo and Roberto teaching in the rings, but off between the barns and in


the viewing areas you'll find families that share in the duties of horse ownership while siblings are off playing together. 'We offer full service for those

who need it, but it always warms my heart to see that Roberto encaurages our younger boarders to be disciplined and take care of

their ponies" says Sally,

WB has some great programs for Junior riders of all levels, Marcelo has taken his top students to compete at the FEI Childrens Jumper finals, Marshall & Sterling finals and NAL finals. as well as traveling

WB Students with Rodrigo Pessoa &

Boloubet ot his farm in Belgium

overseas to both South America and Europe to have clinics and attend shows with some of the worlds best riders and trainers,

WB has a number of activities throughout the year. all of which make WB Equestrian a family more than Just a barn,

The year starts with the winter circuit for Marcelo and his students, while Roberto and his students collect paints at 3 different

show associations throughout the year.

In April, WB hosts a field trip to the Tampa Invitational, This year they drove a bus with over 40 WB members.

Spring and summer camps are a local community favorite and WB always sees a growing number of repeat customers,

"Roberto and assistant Jayme work very hard all summer long giving back to back weeks of summer camp" explains Sally. 'We typically see between 50 and 100 campers throughout the summer',

At the end of July WB students get very excited for Camp Fox Lea in Venice. FL. WB rents condos on Siesta Key Beach and the show includes daily dress up themes and activities,

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As summer winds down. WB heads up to Pony Finals and from there the students at WB look towards the year end awards at the local show divisions,

To end the year WB holds its annual party just before Christmas, "Typically we have about 1 00 guests & we have some form of entertainment every year" comments Marcelo, "It's a great way to close out the year and relax with our friends,"

WB Equestrian is located in Sanford. Florida. For more information please visit www.wbequestrian.com

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Like the Olympics, the World Equestrian Games are held every

Outdoor Arena, photo: Alltech four years and are the world Outdoor Arena, photo: Alltech championships for eight equestrian disciplines: dressage, driving, endurance, eventing, jumping, para dressage, reining and vaulting. Previous host cities of WEG include Stockholm, The Hague, Rome, Jerez, and most recently, Aachen.

"The smartest, most stupid decision I've ever made was to be the title sponsor of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games," said Alltech founder and president Dr. Pearse Lyons. "On my travels around the world, the language and phrasing may differ, but the

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Participating in the Zone 4 Emerging Athletes Program

By Madison Myers [Gront-Valkariol •

As one of only 24 riders chosen to participate, I was honored to be a part of USHJA's Emerging Athletes Program in Zone 4 this past May, at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

After a 7 hour drive from Vera Beach to Savannah, GA I got Carlos settled into the EAP stalls. A few more horses showed up throughout the afternoon and evening. but most of the horses and riders arrived the next day and were able to settle in before the rings opened for schooling.

First thing Saturday morning, we were given our palos, t-shirts, saddle pads, and group assignments. I was in the first group to go at 8 AM, and we all filed into the ring to meet up with Miss Melanie Smith-Taylor, Show Jumping Hall of Famer and Olympic Gold Medalist. The main focus of our group session on Saturday involved our horses' adjustability and getting them to think and be on our aids. In order to achieve this, we did a variety of exercises involving poles, cavaletti and small jumps. often with changes of gait in between the obstacles. While challenging, particularly for my young horse, this was excellent preparation for Day Two, when we would be working over a full course of jumps.

The other two sessions proceeded throughout the day and many of us from the morning session offered our services as jump crew after we had put our horses away. After the final session, all of the participants gathered in the ring with Miss Taylor along with a handful of SCAD students to set up the course for Day Two.

Once again, my group was the first to go on Sunday, and we began our warm-up on the flat,

while incorporating things we had worked on the previous day. On both days, Miss Taylor stressed the importance of our shoulders. By paying particular attention to our shoulders, we took note of how our ability to stop our horses effectively was impacted and how our shoulders are a critical part of our body that correlates with our hip angle to act as a cue to either perpetuate or stop the forward motion.

As we moved on to the jumping, we started with just a small part

of the course and put it together little by little each time we took

our turn until we were finally completing it in its entirety. The course was comprised of several bending lines, a liverpool and combinations that asked many questions of both the horses and riders. Several of the distances between the fences required us

to use our skills that we honed the day before by either steadying or opening our horse's canter to make the fence work. Throughout the day, Melanie stressed that we must go forward in order to get ourselves out of any trouble we may encounter. She stated that, "Pace gives a young horse heart; the stick gives an older horse courage." Overall, the EAP was an incredible experience. I met so many fantastic and dedicated riders, and I believe we all benefited from the tutelage of Melanie Smith Taylor.


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{~ A Family Affair: The Murphy's of Errol Equestrian

How, where & when did the family business begin?

Lauro Murphy has been involved in horses since childhood. Errol Equestrian opened in Apopka in 1997.

What's a typical day in your life presently?

{Michael & Matthew Murphy}:

During our show season, we get to the show at 7 & begin warming

up the horses so they can get out and stretch before their 1 st class. The horses show their closses & we often go straight through the day, especially if Michael has a class ot night(Grand Prix or Equitation Classic), then we have a born meeting to regroup for next day & check completion of the schedule board.

How & when did you both get seriously involved with riding? Michael had a love for horses since a young child. He received his first pony when he was 3 years old and has never looked back. Matthew started riding 3 years ago in Wellington. He came down to watch Michael show in a jumper classic in the International Arena, fell in love with all the hype and attention and started riding that next day.

Have you trained solely with your parentis or have you sought training from other professionals? If so, who? {Michael}: I started with my mom, but as I aged, it became increasingly difficult with the mother & son dynamic. I worked briefly with Mclain Ward, then Debbie Stephens & have been with Debbie ever since. (Matthew): I trained with my mom for the first year then got a new horse from Richard Cheska. He helped me with the horse and I began riding with him then for him. I presently ride with Debbie Stephens at Centennial farms.


Has it been easy to develop a circle of horse show friends being a trainer's child?

(Both): We haven't found it to be any different, we're all kids & it doesn't really matter who your parents are. Personality probably plays a bigger part.

Are you or your parent more competitive in nature or the same?


.1 think that we're all very competitive. We share the same passion for victory.

What are greatest highlights during your junior career? (Michael): I would say being selected to represent the US for our country's first ever Young Rider Tour. Being one of five riders selected was a huge honor. To top it off, I was the only American rider to jump a clear round in the CSIO-JYR Jeunes Cavaliers Grand Prix of France. Being one of three riders to jump clear out of a field of 65 was pretty special. We won Silver in the Nations Cup of Reims, France, and Gold in the Nations Cup of Weirden, Netherlands. (Matthew): top placings at the winter equestrian festival the last 2 years.

What horses or ponies have you most appreciated? (Michael): Every horse has been a vital part of my career in the learning process. Havannah, Cheeky, Katina- all these horses helped me get to where I am now.

(Matthew): My first horse, Valentin88, taught me so much. I feel privileged to have great horses to ride & learn from.

What advice might you have for other junior riders? (Michael): First, I would say never rush the basics. When it comes down to it, if you can't correctly

use your manual aids while riding on the flat, your' e unlikely to finish successfully over the course. Second, stay humble. I catch myself getting confident sometimes, riding on a big win, then the next day disaster happens. It's the nature of the sport.

(Matthew): Ride without stirrups!

How has the business side affected you in your love of the horse?

(Michael): If anything, it has been a benefit to me. I have the opportunity to see what happens behind the scenes that keeps this corporation running successfully. (Matthew): Has definitely helped me learn Horsemanship.

What are some future goals? (Michael): Short term goals are equitation finals. I qualified for every final so I travel across the northeast these next few months competing.

Long term goals are to show more internationally & to maybe one day get the opportunity to show in the World Cup, World Equestrian Games, or Olympics. I'd need a generous sponsor to get a horse to compete in those classes.

(Matthew): The Olympics and represent the US- and win Gold.

Michael Murphy (Photo: Anne Gittens)

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You worked hard to get to Pony Finals &we are so proud

,,/ Kayla Steinmetz of Maitland, FL went to Pony Finals in August 2010 with two ponies:

/ Medium 'Helicon Highlight' and Large Green 'Farnley Hi There'.

The week after qualifying for the medium medal in December 2009, Kayla broke her collar bone when she was accidentally stepped on by her pony. After four months of healing, intensive physical therapy and strength conditioning, she couldn't wait to get back in the saddle. From April until Pony Finals, she put her heart & soul into riding and dedicated most of her time to gaining back her strength and courage, as well as maintaining a 4.0 at Lake Highland Prep School.

Kayla and Helicon Highlight three-way tied for first in the medium pony model division. With the tie breaker she came in third place out of 144 medium ponies. Overall, she placed 32nd in the medium division. We are so proud of her dedication and love for her pony and sport.

She's truly an inspiration.

In the large greens over fences she came in 18th place. However, during the model, her young, green

pony thought it would be fun to rear up instead of jog and therefore received zero points. Again, ;

KayIa proved herself a winner. She handled her pony & the situation so beautifully many trainers I


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Juniors Show News

Several FL ponies &

riders competed at this year's Pony Finals in Lexington, KY.


Rafael, owned by Bridlebourne Stables (Elkton) & ridden by Ocala's Ashton Alexander, won the Small Green Model, was 2nd Small Green overall & Small Green Hunter Pony Reserve Champion. Rafael, owned by Bridlebourne Stables, LLC (Elkton), is a 7 year old Welsh pony imported from Holland a little over a year ago. He was originally sold to a rider in Sweden where he competed in dressage and the jumpers. After being outgrown, he was sent back to Holland where Paula Quinn of Bridlebourne Stables in Elkton found him. "I was looking for horses, not ponies", said Paula, "but after taking one look at him I knew I had to find a pocket large enough to take the little guy home in". Rafael currently leads the country in year end points in the Small ponies.

P. Wynn Norman's Yet Another Karacter ridden by Brett Burlington (Wellington) tied for second with Sir Dragon in the Small Model. Photo: Sport Fot

Bill Schaub's Hillcrest Blue Halo was 11'h in Small Green overall with Meredith Darst riding.

Kayla Steinmetz & Helicon Highlights were third in the Medium Pony Hunter


Model. Helicon Highlights was bred by Thalia Gentzel of Helicon Oaks. Congrats to the Steinmetz's on the sale of Helicon Highlights at the conclusion of Pony Finals. Photo courtesy Kathryn Southard

Katie Jacobs & Helicon Take Notice competing at Pony Finals

Photo courtesy Kathryn Southard

Our talented Florida juniors are proving to be popular catch-riders & pony jocks!

Victoria Colvin & For The l ounhter

Victoria Colvin: For The Laughter, owned by Dr. Betsee Parker of Middleburg, VA, Overall Large Pony Hunter Grand Championship & the Grand Hunter Pony Championship (2nd yr in a row). With Seven Steps, also owned by Dr. Parker, won Overall Green Grand Hunter Pony Championship; 2nd Small Green overall on Money Tree; 3'd Medium Green overall on Newsprint & 4'h Medium Pony overall on Scott Stewa rt' sEver Luvin'. After Pony Finals, Victoria went on to compete in the Chronicie/USHJA Hunter Derby Finals where she finished in the top 12 on Scott Stewart's Worldtime. Quite impressive for a 12 year old competing against the likes of Louise Serio, Jennifer Alfano, t.iza Boyd, Hunt Tosh & coach, Scott Stewart.

Parker Wright: In spite of the last minute catch ride on Jordan Coyle's Grand Jete (and a monster rain storm during their final trip 01 fences), Parker & Grand Jete won the Small Green Pony overall and the Reserve Grand Champion Green Pony. Parker also had the opportunity to reunite with Sir Dragon, (now owned by Hailey Livingston )_ The pair finished s" in Small Pony overall. Sir Dragon was bred by Central Florida Equestrian's own Sally Harvey (Southwinds Farm). Parker rode & competed Dragon for previous owner Bill Schaub (Over The Hill Farm).

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Juniors Show News

Mackenzie Graves rode her own Salvandi Kool Kat (Wellington) to a 3 rd in Small Green Model & io" Small Green overall.

Ashton Alexander: 2nd Small Green overall riding Gracefully Yours; 3 rd overall in Large Green with Mapleside Dolcetto (bred by the late Carol Lush) & s" in Large Pony overall with Up the Creek Farm's Won Up.

Lindsay Levine: paired up with Robin Hill's Snapshot, owned by Redfield Farm, just two shows before Pony Finals & won Medium Green overall; 3rd in Medium Green Model.

Other Noteworthy Junior News

Michael Murphy and Corrado (owned by Elizabeth Patz)Take Top Prize in Pessoa/USEF Hunter Seat Medal and ASPCA Maclay at Kentucky Summer Classic (From Phelps Media)

Photo: Whitney Campbell

Marquee Cincotta & Swagger

Competing new& green jumper (Swagger) for 3 1/2 months: moved up to low junior jumpers in Cleveland in July & won the Sunday Classic. Other recent wins include a Children's Jumper Classic & a Low Junior speed class at Kentucky.

Samantha Wood & Macchiato won the Children's Jumper classic at Blowing Rock Charity Horse Show, the oldest continuous running horse show in the southeast, established in 1923.

Reily Reiker qualified for the Maclay regionals in Jacksonville, won the Maday at Fox Lea's Concours I & 2 and again during the mid-June show, where she also placed 2nd in the Medal. Reily traveled to Lake Placid to show Seabreeze Farm's Aristoteles 17 (pictured above) earlier this summer & competed in the Medal, Maclay, USET & Washington classes.

Cyara New rode Sea breeze Farm's Julianna in the Taylor Harris Children's Medal at Lake Placid.

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Day Harmening is headed to Saugerties New York in Sept to compete in the Marshall and Sterling Finals. She has qualified her large pony Millpond Showtime for both the Large Pony Medal and the Children's Hunter Pony. The top 30 in the country qualify for the medal and the top 35 for the Chrildrens Hunter.

Amber Henter (who trains with Emil Spadone) was 2nd in the Platinum Performance Equitation Challenge at HITS & Michael Hughes (trains with his father, Eamon Hughes) was 3rd•

FL 4-H: Regionals (Clemson, SC) Michaellmparato (Citrus) and his horse Solomon completed their 4H career with a bang capturing State Championships in Hunter over fences, Handy Hunter and Equitation over Fences. The pair was second in Hunter Hack and fourth in Showmanship with the tally of points once again making him High Point Senior (Michaellmparato, cant): Exhibitor and High Point Hunter Exhibitor. The dynamic Duo went on to 4H Southern Regionals which covers 13 States and won the Equitation over Fences Southern Regional Championship with a field of 106 competitors, the Southern Regional Open Jumper Champion and overall High Point Hunter exhibitor.


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Juniors Show News

Other Regional ribbons won for FL:

Hannah Huntington & Zappa, Olivia Dodd & Taya, Hannah Smith & All Day Long, Catherine Bowman & I Promise, Elizabeth Perez & Sam-I-Yam, Katelyn Luddington & In Tune with Stars, Emilee Wilson & Enchanted E

Megan Devoe (Brevard) and her horse Duke placed 8th in Training Level Dressage out of 65 and honorable mention in English Showmanship out of 81 exhibitors.

Sarah Gillespie (Brevard) & Cent 'N Silver placed 4th in Training level Test 4 Dressage out of 66!

Cori Hudson (Brevard) placed 1st out of 66 in Dressage Training Level 4 with Nickelodeon Sunshine.


Rachel Roberson & En Vogue were 9th at Regionals for First Lvi Test II (Dressage)

State 4-H

Hannah Grimm (Clay) Reserve High Point Hunter

Hannah Huntington (Citrus) & Zappa won State Champion in Hunter Hack, 5th in Equitation over fences, and 4th place ribbons in Working and Handy Hunter. Hannah was also awarded a Top Ten Senior Award.

Maggie Cobb (Citrus) & My Trusty Filly Lilly came home with a 10th in Dressage, 2nd in Hunter Under Saddle, and 3rd in Equitation.

Bailey Miller (Citrus) went to State for i " time & won a 12th place ribbon in the Model Class with Timber Country.

Hannah Nelson & Huckleberry (Seminole)

Melanie Shor, Hannah Nelson, Olivia Masih at State in Tampa

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Jr/lnt. - l":Skyler Nasrallah (Brevard) 2nd: Ahnna Suranofsky (Indian River) Senior _1": Cori Hudson (Brevard)

2nd: Katherine Kaltenbach (Indian River)

Madison Myers (Brevard) 1 st runner-up Horseman of the Year

GOHJA-Wendover Place (All Photos: Shutterpug)

Julie Small on Eastwood

Mia O'Brien on Escalade

Sami DeRosa on My Two Sams

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Juniors Show News

GOHJA Wendover Place


Logon Anderson shown I her

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Great Show Moms

Many of our Junior riders depend upon great moms (and dads) to make horses & showing possible.

Enjoy the comments from various Juniors who appreciate their moms & think they deserve recognition.

Marion Myers By Madison Myers, 17


"Wiping boots, picking up ribbons, putting on numbers, always waiting at the gate with water,

acting as a human coat rack holding the jacket, running back to the trailer for any forgotten itemswhile this may sound like an undertaking for an army, these are just a few of the tasks of a show mom. These things. combined with the early mornings and long, hot days. make for a job that requires a phenomenal amount of dedication that is all too often overlooked.

In addition to the regular things show moms are often seen doing-the boot wiping, jacket holding, etc-my mom goes above and beyond to a great level. She is always seeking out opportunities and things for me to participate in, such as clinics and new show series, the Emerging Athletes Program, USEF's high school varsity letter program, Florida 4~H Horseman of the Year, and so much more. Furthermore, she is the one that makes all of this possible for me, as her job is essentially the source of the extra funding that is necessary for me to attend any of these events.

Though I certainly don't say it enough, I am incredibly grateful to my show mom for laking on such a daunting title and accepting everything that comes along with it."

"I would have to soy she is one of the hardest working moms I know. She is the groom, assistant trainer, pays the bills, and is my biggest support system!

I can't imagine what it would be like to go on the road showing and not have her by my side, I would be missing something. Now that I'm in college I ride for UT Martin NCAA equestrian team and she continues to come to competitions and support me as much as possible. She has been the source of many horses and supplies donated to our school and continues that mission.

My mom always wants to help everyone around her, not just myself. At the end of the day I sometimes wonder if she puts too much energy into supporting me. she is always the first one to the show bringing the braider coffee and the last one to leave helping people finish the nightly barn chores. She is always helping me to continue to follow my passion but I know she loves it as much as I love her being there by my sidel She is my biggest fan and I AM SO LUCKY to be able have her and her knowledge of horses at my fingertips.

She is my everything and I believe a lot of other people depend on her as well."

"My mom isn't just a mom: to me she is also my best friend & the world's best groom, braider, boot polisher & "stuff" organizer. "Everything has a place" she says when I throw things into my tack trunk. I don't understand how she gets it 011 pocked, the trunk is small ond we have A TON of stuff!

My mom is my best friend. We do everything together. She's like my other half & I hate being at the horseshows without her. I'm not on time, my horse & loren 't clean and it's just not as fun. I can't drive the truck and trailer (I don't even have my license yet) so I literally wouldn't be able to go anywhere without her.

All the way through my mom is a great person. I could never go through an entire horse show without her. Everyone calls her mom because she's always doing things to help everyone out, and she loves it! I wouldn't trade her for anything in the world: she's my mom and my best friend."

"I'd like to nominate my mom os 'The Greatest Show Mom'. She dedicates many hours a week supporting my riding. She works all day then comes home and drives me over 50 minutes each way to our born. She attends all my lessons. my shows and watches me when I practice even in the rain.

My mom helps me prepare for my shows by cleaning my tack, helping me wash my horse and pack everything that we need for the show day. When we arrive at the show grounds, we are a team. She works hard getting both me and my horse ready for our classes and akes sure everything is clean & neat.

She also goes to Ocala with my horse every five weeks so he can get new shoes. She helps me groom my horse before lessons or before I go hack. Once I'm done riding, she even gives my horse a massage.

She is my biggest supporter and can always be counted onto be there when I need her."

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Great Show Moms

Barbara Mayer

By Morgan Moyer, 17

"While my mother doesn't approve of the term horseshow mom, it is her 10 perfection. I could never have done it all these years without her.

Most wouldn't understand the difficulty involved in driving 2 hours 10 WB unless they did il with us. She has given up a lot so that she and my father can support my riding and I truly appreciate it. From cross rails at Abbey to New York and Pennsylvania, she has gone out of her way to make sure I've had everylhing I ever wanted. I could not have asked for better life experiences which have made me the person I am today."

By Yosmeen Asfoor, 9

Sue Chase

By Sydney Chose, I 1

"My mom is the best show mom because she cheers me on and helps me take core of my horse"

"My mom is the best horse show mom because ... You always help me get ready. You take me to the horseshow on time and she watches me ride ... You helped me get rid of fungus. You are the best horse show mom. "

By Jenno Majzoub, 10

"My mom is the best horseshow mom because she makes sure everything is alright with me and brings me everything I need."

Shanteel Crosby Leah Elder, 8

"My mom is the best mom in the world because she makes sure I am ok."


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Bits & Tips

Melanie Smith Taylor and Scoff Hofstetter will judge this year's ASPCA Maclay Finals The ASPCA Maclay National Championship will be held at the Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament (N.Y.) featuring the 127th Notional Horse Show. The show will run from Nov. 2-7, with the Maclay Finals to be held on Sunday, Nov. 7.

Pony Hunter Sires for the post

decade. A particular favorite is

"Mr. Personality" himself, Helicon Buccaneer, who kept himself cool

as a youngster in FL by digging

sleeping pits in his paddock. One

night Thalia, seeing him reclining in

one of these pits, went in and sat

on Buc - who lay with eyes closed pretending he didn't notice! On another occasion, the yearling Buc

also let visitors sit on him in the field.

Buc was at Finals from TX and his brother "Huck" (Helicon Privateer) from CA. Molly campaigned them in CO and AZ some years back so was delighted to see these brothers.

Also from TX was Helicon Fun 'N' Games whose dam, Helicon Hey Day, is a

half sister to Silver Steps (aka Helicon Garden Party, former Finals winner and 4X AHSA Horse of the Year) and Rollingwoods Q and A, an Epic frozen semen foal conceived at University of Florida. Epic was quite an old guy - the family believes him to be the first Welsh

stallion to have semen frozen worldwide, at Cornell University in 1988. He also lived to be the oldest active

Welsh stallion in the world producing a live cover foal from age 35

1 /2! The result is the Gentzels' 10 year old breeding stallion, Helicon Epilogue, who is

in residence at their

Alachua farm. Molly also

visited in Kentucky with

Epilogue's full sister, the

renowned Helicon Take Notice with Katie Jacobs from Florida (see Show News). "Alexis"


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Our thoughts and prayers are with the Rinedollar/Gentzel family (Helicon Oaks) By Solly Harvey

While Thalia Gentzel of Helicon Oaks in Alachua, FL was hospitalized in Gainesville, FL her daughter Molly Rinedollar of Helicon Show Stables, Parker, CO was busy reuniting with the family's ponies at the U.S.Pony Hunter Finals at Kentucky Horse Park. Floridian Kayla Steinmetz and her stunning Helicon Highlights

(see Show News) led off the week with a tie in the Medium Green Model, ending up third by only .003 of a point. They finished up 32rd overall - standing over 107 other ponies in a field of 137! This is a son of GlanNant Country Roads by *Cusop Sparket, a line known for their extreme beauty, movement, and athletic ability.

Of particular pleasure to Molly were visits with seven offspring of GlanNant Epic who has stood in the top 3 to 10% of USEF Leading


had previously won the Finals once and been reserve twice. She was Thalia's show foal from the age of six weeks so has always been super special to her. Another veteran performer originally trained by Emily Elek-Burtard is Helicon Bright' N' Breezy from Ohio.

Definitely a FAB Finals for them! Wishing Thalia a speedy recovery!

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Lesley Cox Joins Clermark Equestrian's Team of Instructors

Clermark Equestrian is pleased to announce the addition of area instructor and trainer, Lesley Cox to the stable's team of professionals. Clermark's General Manager, Brock Clermont adds: "The staff and riders of Clermark Equestrian are extremely enthusiastic that Lesley has accepted the opportunity to join our team here in Bradenton."

Lesley will also run the new lEA program at C/ermark- see details about lEA below

lEA: Who We Are

Zone Four of the Interscholastic Equestrian Association includes middle school and high school equestrian athletes throughout the southeastern United States. We currently have 100+ teams in

Florida (Region 5), Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Hunt seat, western, and saddle seat teams compete throughout the year in hopes of earning a spot

at the Zone Four Final competition

held in April. The top four scoring

teams then move on to the National lEA Finals. In 2010, the National lEA Finals will be held at the Prince George's Equestrian Center in Maryland. (Home of the Capital Challenge!)

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The mission of lEA is to introduce students in private and public middle and secondary schools to equestrian sports, to develop understanding and appreciation of equestrian sports through organized student competitions, to provide students with organized competitive events and to provide additional equine educational opportunities. Through the lEA students

may also have the opportunity to earn scholarships towards their college education.

Equestrian Scholarships Equestrians already know that being on the bock of a horse can take you places, but planning ahead while in high school, and participating in equestrian teams can even give you a ride to college. While scholarship opportunities differ for each college or university, several equestrian organizations also offer scholarships based on riding ability and/or academic merit.

The Interscholastic Equestrian Association awards cash scholarships at its National finals each year, and in 2010 will give out

$10,000. "In each of the 'individual' qualifying classes, the top placing senior receives a scholarship," lEA Executive Director Roxane Lawrence states. "They don't have to be the winner of the class, just the highest placing 12th grade rider. They do have to be pinned within the top eight. The scholarships are awarded in larger increments to the upper level riders and decrease in value. Last year, we gave away $8,000.

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September 25-26 PCHA Non-Rated Show

3-5 NFHJA Labor Day "A" www.pcha-fl.org

ASPCA Maclay Regional Finals 25-26 HSITP H/ J @ Canterbury

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4-Rocking Horse, dressage, stad & 3 Phs

Southern Gold Cup /I Series Opener October

www.rockinghorseht.coml_3 CFHJA H/J "A" 5- Central FL Dressage Hawiian Shirt SS www.cfhja.com

Rocking Horse 2- Fannin Hill l-day HT

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4-5 Sunshine Sport Horse Association 2-3 Ride Lite USDF Dressage

Breed Shows Sunshine Classic I & II www.canterburyshowplace.com

Canterbury Showplace 2-3 Gold Coast Dressage

www.sunshinesporthorses.org Jim Brandon EC- WPBch

10-11 GOHJA Barrett Farm www.gcdafl.org

www.gohja.org 8-9 GOHJA Barrett Farm

10-12 Fox Lea Farm September H/J "A" www.gohja.org

www.foxleafarm.com 8-10 NFHJA Fall "A"

11- Canterbury Dressage & Jumpers www.nfhja.com

www.canterburyshowplace.com 9- HSITP H/J @ Wickham Park

11- Silver Sands HjJ www.horseshowsinthepork.com

www.silversands.org 9-Rocking Horse dressage, stad & 3 Phs

12- Dancing Horse Dressage @ WickhamSouthern Gold Cup II Series Opener

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12- Canterbury Schooling Driving 9-10 Fannin Hill H/J & Dressage Breed Inspections

www.canterburyshowplace.com www.fanninhillfarm.com Sept 10- 11 Belgian WB Inspection-Sanford

11-12 SEHJ H/ J SS- Tampa 16- Jumpers & 3 phs SS-FL Horse Prk WB Equestrian

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11-12 HSITP H/ J @ Jacksonville 17- XC School- FL Horse Prk Sept 12- Belgian WB Inspection- PBch

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11-12 PBCHA H/ J 16-17 Marion Saddle H/ J SS www.marabetfarm.com

P Bch Inti Equestrian Ctr www.marionsaddle.com Sept 12-KWPN NA inspection-Reddick

www.pbcha.org 16-17 Sumter EC HI J & Dressage Pennock Point 352-466-3661

18- Fannin Hill Dressage SS www.sumterequestriancenter.com Sept 13- Belgian WB Inspection- Jax

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18- N FL Dressage SS 16-17 PBCHA H/ J Sept 24- ISR/OLD Inspection- Chuluota

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18- Jumpers & 3 phs SS-FL Horse Prk www.foxleafarm.com www.sumterequestriancenter.cam

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18-19 Wellington Classic Dressage Clarcona Horseman's Park- Apopka Reddick

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www.wellingtonclossicdressage.com 23- N FL Dressage SS Oct 13-Amer Hanoverian Inspection-

19- Forever Sky Ranch Dressage/Jump Clay Co Fairgrounds Reddick

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www.foreversky.org 23-24 HSITP H/J @ Weirsdale Star Quarry Farm, Pennock Pt

19- Stride Schooling Dressage www.horseshowsinthepork.com 352-468-1670

Rocking Horse 23-24 Wellington Classic Dressage Nov 11 -13 Amer Trakhener Convention

www.stridedressage.com Jim Brandon EC Jacksonville Equestrian Center

19- XC School- FL Horse Prk www.wellingtonclassicdressage.com Branding available for qualified horses

www.flhorsepark.com 24- Dancing Horse Dressage @ Wickham 740-344-1111 ata@americantrakehner.com

25-First Coast H/J- Clay Co Fairgrounds www.dancinghorsedressage.org Check www.cfequestrian.com for our

www.firstcoasthunterjumper.com 30- Gray Lily Farm Annual Halloween SS online event calendar & free Directories


h/j, dressage & xc school www.graylilyfarm.com

30-31 Canterbury Halloween 3 Phs Southern Gold Cup II Series www.canterburyshowplace.com 30- Cavallo Farms Halloween H/J SS Monticello- www.cavallofarms.com 30-31 PCHA Non-Rated Show


30-31 Rocking Horse Fall USDF/USEF Dressage- www.rockinghorseht.com


Oct 30-31 Scott HoftseHer-Ocala 352-804-7906 or MSH110868@aol.com

Oct 30-31 Melanie Smith Taylor

@Plantation Equestrian Ctr http://www.heritagehorseshow.com/clinics Nov 11 -12 George Morris @ Pinehurst www.pinehurststables.com/clinics

Dec 27-29 George Morris @ Clay Co Ag Ctr Co-hosted by NFHJA & Sherry Pace camdenequestrian@aol.com

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