Scenes From 2018 Devon Junior Weekend

Gabrielle Young giving Hidden Springs WoodStar a kiss for a job well done, including a top 3 placing in the Large Pony Hunter Stake class. Photo © The Plaid Horse


The first few days of The Devon Horse Show and County Fair have been filled with wins, sunshine, and excitement to be showing at one of the greatest and most historic shows in America. Experience this exciting weekend by looking at these scenes from the Devon Junior Weekend, and look for more as we jump into senior week with the professionals and amateurs.

The Devon ringmaster sounding the call to kick off a class in the Dixon Oval. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Hannah Hoch and Clear Sailing took the Reserve Championship in the Large Junior Hunter 15 & Under division. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Emma Hechtman gives Sir Dragon a hug during the Small Pony Hunter jog. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Bit of Love won the Small Pony Hunter Stake class. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Lauren McCaulley and Maggie Jayne discuss the course before the first Children’s Jumper class. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Miracles Happen and Austin Bauman in the Pony Jumpers. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Blue Sugar OTJ and Lauren McCaulley. Photo © The Plaid Horse
John Shoremount sported a blue plaid hunt coat in the 4&5 year old Leadline. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Stella Wasserman secured the Small Junior Hunter 15 & Under championship after winning the Stake class with a score of 90. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Ava Stearns and Cartello Z. Photo © The Plaid Horse
TPH Intern Lanie Walkenbach rode to ribbons in the equitation and junior hunters on her horses Early August (pictured) and Citadel. Photo © The Plaid Horse
Ellie Ferrigno giving Capitalized pats after scoring an 87 to finish second in the Large Junior Hunter 15 & Under Stake class. Photo © The Plaid Horse

Keep your eyes on The Plaid Horse blog, Facebook and Instagram for more Devon coverage as we move into pro week!

Irene Elise Powlick is an intern and photographer for The Plaid Horse and is an incoming freshman at Goucher College in Townson, Maryland, where she will ride on their IHSA team. She has had success in the equitation and hunters on Carpe Diem Star, Francesca, and Lunar Cat, and plans to study biology at Goucher.

Emily McNeil is an intern and photographer for The Plaid Horse.