Wellington, FL (August 24, 2021) – A sultry Florida summer has yielded top results for ATG Equestrian’s jumpers. Two riders coached by ATG’s founder, Ashley Glica, tackled the Low Children’s, 1.0M, and 1.15M Classic classes during the ESP Summer II — USEF National “A” and Jumper Level 4, held August 19-22 at the Global Dressage Festival show grounds. ATG Equestrian focuses on the training and showing of hunters, jumpers, and equitation horses, and provides a supportive team environment for riders of all levels.
Isabella Pina had a banner weekend with Global Vant t Baunerthof, a 16-year-old KWPN gelding. On Saturday the pair won the 1.0M Training Jumpers, and on Sunday repeated the feat with a blue ribbon in the Low Children’s 1.0M Jumper Classic. Expertly piloting the chestnut gelding through a series of quick turns and angled jumps in the jump-off, Pina and Global’s winning time ended up being 3 seconds faster than the second place finisher. Sunday also saw the pair Reserve in the Low Children’s and 1.0M.
Francesca Moore also brought in a number of ribbons aboard Glica’s 1.25M horse, Latour SCF. On Saturday Moore and 2011 Belgian Warmblood gelding won the 1.10M Children’s Jumpers, and Reserve Champion in the class on Sunday. They also finished 8th in the $1,500 1.15M Classic.
ATG Equestrian was founded in 2015 by show jumper Ashley Glica. Based year round in sunny Florida and located just minutes from the world famous Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, ATG focuses on providing systematic and structured training for hunter, jumper, and equitation competitors. Their home farm boasts 20 stalls, two oversized riding arenas, ample turnout, and professional care designed for performance horses.
Glica brings years of experience in the equestrian world to her operation and her riders continue to be competitive on the AA and hunter/jumper circuits. She herself has competed through the advanced hunter, young hunters and jumpers, and 1.30M level and ATG’s formal training program is customized to address each horse’s and rider’s needs.
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All photos courtesy of Don Pina