Kent Farrington and Jasper Continue Winning Streak In $10,000 Bainbridge Companies Open Stake at Rita & Irish Flynn Memorial Show

Kent Farrington and Jasper continued their winning streak on the Derby Field this past Sunday. ©AnneGittinsPhotography

September 28, 2020 – The ESP Summer Series wrapped up this Sunday with the Rita & Irish Flynn Memorial Show at Equestrian Village. Kent Farrington of Wellington, FL and Jasper, owned by Tanma Corp. & Farrington, continued their winning streak on the Derby Field in the $10,000 Bainbridge Companies Open Stake with a 37.715-second jump-off. Ronan McGuigan of Wellington, FL rode Blythe Masters’ Elvis to a second-place victory after completing the jump-off in 38.945 seconds. Luis Larrazabal of Wellington, FL claimed the yellow ribbon aboard American, owned by San Francisco Stables LLC, after the pair crossed through the timers in 39.762 seconds. 

Sunday’s feature class challenged a total of 21 combinations, with seven returning for the jump-off course, designed by Hector Loyola. Farrington, who also placed fourth with Haity McNerney’s entry Kaprice, explained that he had two different plans going into the class today. “With Jasper, I’ve been building him up and competing in all of these classes here. He loves the grass field so I’m taking advantage of that and getting him lots of mileage before season starts. I’m hoping this year, during the [WEF] season they use this grass field a lot more for the bigger classes. And then with Kaprice, I’m starting to build her up a little for the shows that are coming up in the Fall. She needs a lot of confidence, so to practice on a spooky field is actually great training for her. This series is really helping me produce my horses.”

Farrington and Jasper received the blue ribbon in the $10,000 Bainbridge Companies Open Stake after a 37.715-second jump-off. ©PBIEC

Jumper Highlights

The $2,500 Equiline Medium Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic followed with Sheer Levitin of Delray Beach, FL taking top honors aboard her entry Love Scendix after a 40.667-second jump-off. Vanessa Hood of Wellington, FL clinched both the red and yellow ribbons for her 40.812-second effort with Fairytale 86, owned by Take Two LLC, and 42.665-second effort with Santauer, also owned by Take Two LLC.

Sheer Levitin took top honors aboard her entry Love Scendix in Sunday’s $2,500 Equiline Medium Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic. ©PBIEC

Myrto Iliadis of Wellington, FL and Elroyal, owned by Daphne Iliadis, jumped to the top of the leaderboard in the $2,500 Equiline Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic after a 40.236-second jump-off. Ansgar Holtgers Jr. of Wellington, FL rode Gut Einhaus LLC’s Alfonsine Manciaise to a second-place finish with a jump-off time of 44.485 seconds. Marie Botved Studd captured third after piloting her mount Holsteins Eastwood through the timers in 43.484 seconds and with four faults.

The blue ribbon for the $2,500 Equiline Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic was awarded to Myrto Iliadis and Elroyal. ©PBIEC

Competition in the Van Kampen Covered Arena featured the $250 CCTV Agent .85m Classic, with Scott Morvay of Lake Worth, FL clinching the blue ribbon aboard his entry Khan of Ballmore after a 38.941-second jump-off. Ella Sandvig of Temecula, CA and her Reussir followed close behind with 42.199 seconds to claim second place. Kassidy Rapplean of Wellington, FL rode Landanima, owned by Allyson Blais, to third after a jump-off time of 31.164 seconds and with four faults. 

The $1,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic presented by French Horse Exports was bested by Megan Fitzgerald of Washington, DC and Marigot Bay Farm LLC’s Dior after they completed the jump-off in just 33.285 seconds. Fitzgerald also claimed second-place honors aboard Biante C, owned by Darprin Enterprises LLC, with a 35.193-second jump-off. Leslie Davies of Hobe Sound, FL took home the yellow ribbon with Chakira after they stopped the timers in 35.28 seconds. 

Earlier in the week, Jorge Zamudio of Wellington, FL piloted Take Two LLC’s Lou Lou VLS to victory in the $5,000 CCTV Agent 1.35m Open Stake on the Derby Field after completing the jump-off in 42.28 seconds. Joao Eduardo Ferreira De Carvalho of Delray Beach, FL clinched the red ribbon for his 44.079-second efforts with Lamina VH Gelutt Z, owned by Karina Rocha Mello. Sheer Levitin of Delray Beach, FL and her Vitus K rounded out the top three finishers with a 44.28-second jump-off.

Jorge Zamudio piloted Lou Lou VLS to victory in the $5,000 CCTV Agent 1.35m Open Stake on Friday morning. Pictured with CCTV Agent’s CEO Tatiana Yaques. ©AnneGittinsPhotography

Hunter Highlights

Carol Cowen of Melbourne, FL championed the Child/Adult Amateur Hunter division presented by Resilient Fitness aboard her mount Double Dutch, while Heather Kuhl of Plantation, FL rode Kind of Magic, owned by Elias Zerbib, to reserve champion. 
The Children’s Pony Hunter division presented by The Wanderers Club awarded champion honors to Dallis Cahorshak of Delray Beach, FL and Simply Mystical, while Ashlin Arnett of Boca Raton, FL claimed the reserve champion ribbon with Samantha Yaques’ entry Glitterbomb.

Zara Humayun of Southwest Ranches, FL clinched champion honors in the Cross-Rail Equitation division for her efforts aboard Seafield Ruby, while Raquel Ferreira of SW Ranches, FL and Tyrellspass Fairytale, owned AKA Showstoppers LLC, took home reserve champion honors. 

The Modified Hunter division presented by Ag Maintenance was championed by Braeden Simons of Boca Raton, FL and San Quinta SN, owned by Kim Nadler-Russo, while Sarah Ghostine of Lantana, FL rode Taylor Ho’s entry Luke The Duke to reserve.
Ki-Juan Minors of Wellington, FL piloted Jagermeister, owned by Erin Graham, to champion honors in the USHJA Hunter 2’6” division, while Hope Smith of Locust Valley, NY and her mount Worthwhile captured reserve champion.

The ESP Fall Series begins this week at the Equestrian Village grounds. Click HERE to view the Prize List for the first five weeks of competition. The Fall Series then moves to the main PBIEC show grounds at 14440 Pierson Rd. on October 29. Click HERE to view the November Edition of the Fall Prize List.

No spectators or outside media are allowed on-site at this time, but friends and family can view all classes via our SGL live stream HEREExhibitors, remember to pick up new back numbers for the start of the Fall Series!

To view the full results of the $10,000 Bainbridge Companies Open Stake, please click HERE.

To learn more about the safety protocols and procedures at the horse show, please click HERE.

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