Jodi Lennox Looks Better In Blue in Adult Amateur Hunters at WEF 5

Jodi Lennox & Better In Blue, champions of the Karina Brez Jewelry Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 division. Photo © Sportfot

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The Karina Brez Jewelry Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 division kicked off Friday in the Rost Arena at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). The one to beat was Jodi Lennox and her aptly named partner, Better In Blue, a 2009 Hanoverian gelding by Cassus, owned by First Blue LLC.

“[In] my first trip, I was under the pace a little bit, but he was really good,” she said. “[In] the second trip, I was better with my pace, and he is always there for me. Any mistake is going to be mine.”

Their partnership has been developing very nicely for almost a year now. “I started leasing him from Jenna Whiteford and First Blue LLC around the beginning of March last year,” Lennox said. “He is truly the absolute perfect horse. I have nothing remotely bad to say about him. He loves to be loved on and he’s always there for me, which as a working adult, is very important.”

Jodi Lennox & Better In Blue, presented as champions of the Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 division by Karina Brez. Photo © Sportfot

When Lennox isn’t collecting championship ribbons, she is a full time Physician’s Assistant in Orthopedics and travels to Wellington from Michigan to compete.

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