Stephen Moore Earns Classic Champions Seven-Year-Old Young Jumper Final Title at Old Salem Farm Fall Classic
Ireland’s Stephen Moore claimed the Classic Champions Seven-Year-Old Young Jumper Final riding Scarlett du Sart Z on Thursday, September 29, at the 2017 Old Salem Farm Fall Classic, running through Sunday, October 1, at Old Salem Farm in North Salem, NY.
Course designer Frédéric Cottier of France, who set the tracks at the 2014 FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France, designed the courses for the Seven-Year-Old Young Jumper Division, which saw three horses advance to a jump-off. Moore took the win by more than a second over the short course by crossing the timers double clear in 51.91 seconds with Scarlett du Sart Z.
“This is only my second show with her after she made her U.S. debut at the American Gold Cup here at Old Salem Farm two weeks ago. This ring is beautiful and a big grass field is a nice setting for young horses to gain experience on. We love it here.” ~ Stephen Moore
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Sydney Shulman and Quidam 13 Top
Old Salem Farm Jumper Night
Jumper Night highlighted the Old Salem Farm Fall Classic schedule on Friday evening with a win for Sydney Shulman and Quidam 13 in the $5,000 1.30m Jumper Prix, presented by Maarten Huygens Horse Sales, in the indoor arena at Old Salem Farm.
Shulman and Quidam 13, a 13-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Bogegardens Quattro x Carano) owned by her mother Jill Shulman, were clear in the faults-converted class to take top call. Ireland’s Jordan Coyle, who rides for Old Salem Farm, piloted Escalette, owned by Elan Farm, to second, and fellow Irish rider Kevin Mealiff rounded out the top three riding Captain, owned by Jeannine Scigliano.
“I was really excited to do this class. This was my top grand prix horse at one time and did grand prix classes everywhere. As he got older, I started using him a little less and only pull him out for special occasions. This class is so fun, and it is great for the spectators to be able to come and enjoy an evening of horse sport.” ~Sydney Shulman
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