Santiago Lambre (Wellington, FL) and Doloris, a 2008 Dutch Warmblood mare (Harley VDL x Colorado D) owned by Aurora Rangel De Alba, claimed the $25,000 Sunday Classic win in a time of 30.103 seconds, while second place went to Wellington’s David Blake aboard Don’t Touch Du Bois, Pine Hollow Farm’s 2009 Belgian Sport Horse mare (Kashmir Van Schuttershof x Indoctro), on a time of 30.814 seconds. Third was awarded to Zoubair Bennani (Ocala, FL) and Vishnou Un Prince, Leah Garlan’s 2009 Selle Francais gelding (Banboula Du Thot x Galoubet A), stopping the jump-off timers in 31.504 seconds.
Tryon Summer 2 Division Highlights
Saturday’s $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby resulted in a win for Todd Minikus (Lake Worth, FL) and Rissoa D’ag Bois Margot, the entry owned by Stransky’s Mission Farms Inc., scoring a total of 183 over two rounds. Abbygale Funk (Saint George, KS) piloted two MMK Equestrian LLC mounts to the podium, scoring 181 aboard Asteri and claiming third with Journey on a score of 176.
The Performance Hunter 3’3” Division named Ashley Conkle (Wellford, SC) and Rachel Darash’s Kirby Lane as champions on the week, with reserve going to Siobhan Fitzgerald (Wellington, FL) aboard Richie Moloney’s Catoon.
Christina Fisher (Alpharetta, GA) and her own Levland championed the Coca-Cola® Amateur-Owner Hunter 3’3” Division, with Suzanna Treske (Waxhaw, NC) piloting Dr. Mitzi Treske’s Cabalina to reserve.
Richie Moloney (Wellington, FL) and Equinimity LLC’s Merqusio topped the 1.35m Open Jumper Division, and reserve honors were named to Damian Guthrie (Reddick, FL) in the irons with Gerry’s Jewels for Florence Hessen-Scher.
Zoubair Benanni (Ocala, FL) and mount Idem Dito claimed champion honors in the FarmPaint 1.15m Jumper Division, with three horse-and-rider pairs earning reserve on the week: Conor O’Regan (Upperville, VA) and Ericka Houlihan’s Ultrachic, Damian Guthrie (Reddick, FL) and Riptide for Magnolia Hill Farm, and Jacqueline Ward (Houston, TX) piloting Superstition for Sandra Ward.
The ProElite 1.10m Children’s Jumper Division saw Caia Watridge (St. Augustine, FL) and her own Kalle claim champion honors, while Aidan Murphy (Reddick, FL) and Linda Murphy’s F. Kaboom took reserve.
To view all division results from Tryon Summer 2, click here.
The Tryon Summer Series continues next with Tryon Summer 3, hosted June 24-28 and featuring CSI 2* competition, marking the first international competition hosted at the venue in 2020. While the entire Tryon Summer Series is closed to the public for spectating, highlight classes including all FEI competition will be streamed for free at www.Tryon.com/streaming.