The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair began on Thursday, May 25, 2023.
The horse show kicked off with the junior equitation. Winners of some of the medals include:
ASPCA MACLAY HORSEMANSHIP CLASS SECTION A: Olivia Sweetnam
ASPCA MACLAY HORSEMANSHIP CLASS SECTION B: Carlee McCutcheon
ASPCA MACLAY HORSEMANSHIP CLASS SECTION C: Aedan Mooney
WIHS EQUITATION CLASSIC – JUMPER PHASE: Noah Nelson and Amira Kettaneh
WIHS EQUITATION CLASSIC – JUMPER PHASE SECTION B: Paige Walkenbach and Kate Egan
PLATINUM PERFORMANCE/USEF SHOW JMP TALENT SEARCH A: Tessa Downey
PLATINUM PERFORMANCE/USEF SHOW JMP TALENT SEARCH B: Reese Merna
DOVER SADDLERY/USEF HUNTER SEAT MEDAL SECTION A: Avery Glynn
DOVER SADDLERY/USEF HUNTER SEAT MEDAL SECTION B: Ellie Aronson
DOVER SADDLERY/USEF HUNTER SEAT MEDAL SECTION C: Maddie Tosh
Over the weekend, the Pony and Junior Hunter divisions will continue in their respective rings as well as Children’s and Adult Jumpers . To watch the livestream of the event you may follow the steps here.
More about the class schedule and daily events at Devon may be found here.
Results courtesy of Show Management.
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