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Week III

Cross-Country Trip Produces a Win for Saer Coulter and Springtime 

In their first grand prix of the 2014 season, Saer Coulter and Springtime kicked off their year on the highest of notes. They traveled to from Florida to California last week, and topped a field of 31 in the $50,000 Strongid© C 2X™ CSI-W2*, presented by Zoetis, to highlight World Cup week at HITS Thermal. The class was a qualifier for the 2014 FEI World Cup Finals in Lyon, France this April.

The jumps were big, the times were tight and the field was competitive with six of the original 31 advancing to the jumpoff. Course designer Olaf Petersen, Jr. of Muenchen, Germany, kept a promise he made after Thursday’s grand prix and built big. “Olaf does a great job setting according to the field that he has,” said Coulter, who rides for the U.S. and hails from San Francisco, California. “With six clear, the jump-off was both fun and fair.” Petersen’s course included 13 obstacles and 16 jumping efforts, including a double combination and a one-stride triple combination with an oxer and two verticals. A clear didn’t come until the eighth ride of the order, and most of the faults arose later in the course with the triple at fence seven and a technical outside line that included fence eight, nine and 10.

Top riders, Saer Coulter, Eduardo Menezes and Michelle Parker at the post-event press conference.  Photo by Lindsay Yandon

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Course at HITS Thermal on Friday and the spotlight was pointed to ponies. Twenty-three small, medium and large ponies carried their riders over an exciting course in the $1,000 Pony Hunter Prix. Alivia Hart of Calabasas, CA was all smiles after she piloted her gray medium mare Maybelline to the top with scores of 85 and 83 in the two-round class.

Lucy Davis of Los Angeles, California, who also trains alongside Coulter under the direction of Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum Amber Ayyad of RCF, California rode her own Wish Me Luck to second with a total score of 163, while Emma Hansen of Canyon Country, CA piloted her own My Little Romeo to a score of 161 and third place. Fourth was awarded to Kaitlyn Lovingfoss of Santa Clarita, CA on her own Salt Water Taffy with a score of 160. Owner/rider Grace Tuton of Paradise Valley, AZ capped the top five in the irons of Woodlands Huck Finn. They earned a score of 151. The $1,000 Pony Hunter Prix will return to the desert during Week VI and welcome

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By Lindsay Yandon and Markus Beerbaum, proved the course could be jumped as the first to ride clear in the irons of Old Oak farm’s Barron. She was later joined by Justin Resnik of Gendale, California, Mexico’s Enrique Gonzalez, Eduardo Menezes for Brazil, Michelle Parker of San Marcos, California and eventually Coulter. Coulter rode 21st in the original order and she admits it was advantageous to go late. “I was really lucky to go late in both rounds and watch a lot of the trips,” she said. Rider’s agreed that the jump-off left little room for improvising and didn’t present many options, but begged for speed. “The first round was more technical, where the jump-off was all about the gallop,” said Menezes, who was aboard Quintol Mercedes Benz for owner Santiago Hank in the jump-off. “It’s key to know the riders you are setting for and Olaf [Petersen] gets the perfect number every time.”  (Continued on page 4) pony riders back to the Outside Course on March 7.

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RIDERS TO WATCH: Amateurs Step Up in Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final  Read each week for an insider’s look at who we think will be the top West Coast contenders for the HITS Championship at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York September 3-7.

Eleanor Hellman

The first time Eleanor Hellman ever sat on a horse was at a dude ranch in Colorado as a young child. Fast forward about fifteen years and she is taking aim at the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. Hellman rides with Hope and Ned Glynn at Sonoma Valley Stables and is one of the amateurs pointing her horses toward qualifying for the year-end finale. A self-proclaimed tomboy, Hellman says, “When I first started riding with Hope and Ned, I said ‘I’ll never go to a horse show’, ‘I’ll never jump a jump’, ‘and I’ll never wear a skirt’.” Today, her name is

Hellman and Nigel jump to a ribbon in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix.  Photo by Lindsay Yandon

appearing in the top placings in both the hunter and jumper rings. She may have kept one promise, however, as she hasn’t been spotted around the show grounds in a skirt yet.

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HNW: What’s your favorite thing about being in the saddle? EH: The team effort. It’s nice to compete, but for me it’s all about me and my horse. HNW: What is your favorite moment as a horsewoman? EH: I told Ned [Glynn] earlier this week that one moment I will never forget is when I realized how special Ally Oop is. [Hellman rides Ally Oop in the jumper ring]. I can’t imagine not having that horse in my life. Everyone has one special horse and hopefully I will have more in the future. HNW: If horses weren’t a part of your life, what would you be doing? EH: Alligator wrestling. I’ve always thought that looked like so much fun and I would still be able to work with animals. HNW: What’s it like to be riding against professionals? EH: I always force myself to think about it as just another class. Even though I know it’s a higher level class against professionals, they are just some more jumps to jump. I can start shaking when I’m done.  HNW: How do the professionals react toward facing you in the qualifiers? EH: They are so supportive. It’s intimidating, but I just remember that it’s me and my horse against the course - no matter how well they ride, I need to focus on my ride. We all root for each other no matter what happens – they have all been really supportive. During the first two weeks of HITS Thermal, Hellman has placed 11th twice in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix qualifiers – first with Argiste, owned by Sabrina Hellman and last week with her own Nigel. While still deciding on which horse she will take to Saugerties, New York this fall, Hellman is well on her way to the big ring at the HITS Championship.

While being competitive in the show ring, Hope Glynn admits that for Hellman, it’s not all about winning. “She is the ideal student. All of her goals involve riding better, not winning ribbons,” said Glynn. “She is really interested in all aspects of the horse industry and is truly passionate about horses. She is a positive influence on all my students.” Glynn, a three-year veteran of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final is pleased to see junior and amateur riders going to bat with the professionals. “They really need a class like this to do. There are some fantastic junior and amateur riders that can give professionals a run for their money.” she said. Here’s a closer look at Eleanor Hellman: HNW: When you aren’t riding, what are you doing? EH: Reading about riding, studying riding or helping my family on our farm. HNW: What’s your biggest goal as a rider? EH: My goal is always to be consistent, while still improving. Every time I get on a horse, I try to ride the best I’ve ever ridden, hoping that I get better and better each time. Hellman

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Lindsay Yandon Lindsay@hitsshows.com Saer Coulter and her go-to mount Springtime.

(Continued from Page 1) In the jump-off, riders rode against the time, with five of the six who returned riding double clear. The lead would change three times and first landed with Davis and Barron, who set an early Great American Time to Beat at 43.57 seconds. Resnik and Carismo Z, owned by The Carismo Z Group, LLC, finished with eight faults before Gonzalez and his own Quilebo Du Tillard stole the lead from Davis in 42.49 seconds. It didn’t sit for long, however, as Menezes rode the course in 41.46 seconds. Parker challenged on Cross Creek Farms, Inc.’s Clintord, but was one second off the pace in 42.17 seconds. Coulter returned last and dropped a stride between the second and third fence of the course, riding it in seven steps to guide Springtime to the win. Menezes was second and Parker third. Gonzalez finished fourth and Davis fifth, while Resnik was the only contender with faults, landing him in sixth. Springtime’s career came full circle on Saturday. “He has done everything with me – from the highs, back up to the World Cup,” said Coulter of Springtime. The now 15-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding was found as a 10-year-old for Coulter in Holland by Paul and Emile Hendricks where he was jumping at the World Cup level. Coulter was riding in Holland at the time and maintains that she was simply lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time. “Paul and Emile [Hendricks] were in the crowd here tonight and it was really special to have them here 4 | HITS News Weekly

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Photos by Lindsay Yandon and Joe Norick 1. A pony model steals the show. 2. High Performance Hunters highlight Week II. 3. The best part of Sundays? Leadline! 4. A new jump showed up in the Grand Prix Stadium this week. 5 Mandy Porter poses with some pony clubers. 6. The jumps were BIG in the Week II World Cup qualifier. 7. The GoRentals VIP Club is showing off new china this year. 8. Warming up for the $1,000 Pony Hunter Prix. 9. Memorabilia from Saturday night’s autograph session. 10. Nayel Nassar and Alec Lawler walk the World Cup qualifying course. 11. John Bragg in hunter land. 12. Smiles at the Outside Course from Tracy Burroughs.

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United States Pony Club Gets a Taste of HITS Thermal United States Pony Club (USPC) members from all over Southern California spent last Saturday at HITS Thermal. Aligning with the USPC emphasis on horse management, pony club members toured the show grounds, learned about horse health and saddle fit, met grand prix riders like Will Simpson, and raised money to attend the USPC Championships in Kentucky. Through donations and a silent auction that ran during the $50,000 StrongidŠ C 2X™ CSI-W2* Grand Prix, they raised over $7,000, which will send three young riders to Kentucky. USPC develops character, leadership, confidence and sense of community in youth through a program that teaches the care of horses, riding and a variety of mounted sports.

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Circuit Standings Top 3 - Hunters - Week II HORSE

Adequan Hunter County Line County Line Roccoco Adult Hunter 18-35 Leonetti Love Actually Symphony Adult Hunter 36-45 Victorias Secret Glory Bound Rumor Has It Adult Hunter 46 - 55 Samba Gracious Corinna Bertolucci Adult Hunter 56 & Over Feliano Duet Maldini Amateur-Owner Hunter 18-35 Winnetoe Brenner Easy Company Amateur-Owner Hunter 18-35 3’3 Lugano Late Night Adele Amateur-Owner Hunter 36 & Over Willow CBF Comex Gold Ivory Coast Amateur-Owner Hunter 36+ 3’3 Snowed In Wingman Athabasca Baby Green Hunter Felix Summertime West Lane Children’s Hunter 13 & Under SideKick Zapateada Baltimore Children’s Hunter 14-17 Sorbet Monarch Bay Cinematic Children’s Hunter Pony Indian Summer Cruzin Astro Boy First Year Green Hunter Willow CBF Ultime Espoir Saphir 10 | HITS News Weekly

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Ann Deren-Lewis Ann Deren-Lewis Avery Hellman

Jenny Karazissis Jenny Karazissis Hope Glynn

38 33 26

Stephanie Goodson Sue Ellen Wright Amy Knox

Stephanie Goodson Shannon Wright Katie Cook

27 22 21

Tiffany Sandor Debbie Boyle Stephanie Von Gortler

Tiffany Sandor Patricia Brooke Stephanie Von Gortler

53 44 35

Heidi Kane Harriet Posner Patricia Brutten

Heidi Kane Harriet Posner Patricia Brutten

41 31 28.5

Debra Powers Polly Sweeney Star Lane Farms INC

Debra Powers Polly Sweeney Gail Horrigan

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Montana Coady Emily Winkler Haley Farms, LLC

Montana Coady Emily Winkler Tiffany Sullivan

49.5 40 27

Alexis Meadows Eureka Farm Woodvale Inc

Alexis Meadows Erika Scherer Chelsea Samuels

47.5 41 38.5

Julie Hancock Lee Kellogg Sadrian West Coast Equine Partners LLC

Julie Hancock Lee Kellogg Sadrian Jessica Sullivan

55 40 28

Holly Scapa Lee Kellogg Sadrian Anne Marie Mueller

Holly Scapa John French Anne Marie Mueller

26.5 24 22

Silver Spring Farm Pastorino Hay & Ranch Supply Inc Jaz Creek, Inc

Garrett Warner Hope Glynn Buddy Brown

37 36.5 30

Briana Sukert Briana Sukert Jillian Stuart

Briana Sukert Briana Sukert Jillian Stuart

60 26 20

Grace Tuton Haley Giddings/ G5 Ayanna Frey

Grace Tuton Haley Giddings Ayanna Frey

60 26 20

Sarah Dyer Marci Mosconi Walden Farm

Ava Peck Augusta Iwasaki Kailin Kerzner

35.5 23 21

Julie Hancock Barbara Chapin West Coast Equine Partners LLC

Philip Cillis John French Jenny Karazissis

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Barbara Chapin Melissa Brandley Brittyn Niemi

John French Marisa Metzger Carleton Brooks

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JH Sporthorses Alexa Leong Bianca Jenkins

Dalan Laughlin Peyton Warren Bianca Jenkins

51 26 17.25

Corinne Bevis Elizabeth Gabler Rebecca Reyes

John French John French Hugh Mutch

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Alexandra Mc Donald Debbie Boyle Patti Gingras

Henri Hall Patricia Brooke Patti Gingras

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Briana Sukert Bella Gavasse Briana Sukert

Briana Sukert Bella Gavasse Briana Sukert

43 22 17

Lauren Suranko Megan Henderson Nan Johnston

Lauren Suranko Megan Henderson Laura Mormann

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Grady Lyman Tylor Nowell Eugenie Kilb

Grady Lyman Tylor Nowell Eugenie Kilb

36 33 28

Mark Miness Tara Heffernan Maile Burtech

Eliza Foster Tara Heffernan Maile Burtech

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JH Sporthorses Alexa Leong Glenshire Farm

Katrina Komitsch Peyton Warren Hannah Von Heidegger

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SVS Signature Sport Horse Auction Debuts Saturday

Ashlee Bond Clarke Wins to Start World Cup Qualifying Week

SVS Horse Sales proudly announces the HITS Desert Circuit debut of its Signature Sport Horse Auction on Saturday, February 8 in the Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. The auction will get underway at 5 pm and will be accompanied by refreshments. All horses in the SVS Sport Horse Auction will be stabled on the HITS Desert Horse Park grounds for the traditional SVS trial and viewing February 3-7. During the days before the auction, horses will be available by appointment, so that riders, professional and amateur, can testdrive their selected horses. To schedule a trial, please contact Jodi Johnson at 602-329-4585.

Ashlee Bond Clarke of Hidden Hills, California has had her eye on Chela LS for years. The bigbodied chestnut mare was the ride of Simon Nizri before Bond Clarke purchased Chela LS in July. It was then that she realized just how special the mare, now coming 10, really was.

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“In the beginning, I was overriding her, but now that we know each other a little better, she is everything I could ever ask for in a horse – she fits my style perfectly,” said Bond Clarke after winning the $33,500 HITS Desert Classic, presented by Zoetis, on Thursday at HITS Desert Horse Park. The win was their second of the seven-week circuit, after clinching last week’s $25,000 SmartPak Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, to kick off the circuit.

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Destry Spielberg Morgan Dickerson Emma Waldfogel

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Kaitlyn Lovingfoss Grady Lyman Dalan Laughlin

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Kaitlyn Lovingfoss Bianca Jenkins John Bragg

Kaitlyn Lovingfoss Bianca Jenkins Brooke Morin

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Stella Wasserman Dawn Bodell Sara Murphy

Stella Wasserman Dawn Bodell Ashley Penner

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Sabrina Hellman Helen Mc Evoy Laura Wasserman

Hope Glynn Hope Glynn John French

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Margaret McGovern Emma Hansen Elizabeth Reilly

Alivia Hart Emma Hansen Augusta Iwasaki

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Cameron Brown Bianca Jenkins Emma Hansen

Cameron Brown Bianca Jenkins Emma Hansen

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Courtney Sibert Barbara Brown Marta Mazess

Courtney Sibert Barbara Brown Marta Mazess

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Elizabeth Gabler Annie Thomas Kailin Kerzner

Annalise Gabler Augusta Iwasaki Kailin Kerzner

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Mountain Home Stables Whitney Downs Pastorino Hay & Ranch Supply Inc

Hunter Siebel Gabriella Cinquini Paige Pastorino

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Kelly Straeter Emily Sukert Noelle Wolf

Jenny Karazissis Jenny Karazissis John French

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Emma Waldfogel Mountain Home Stables Corry Smallegange

Hope Glynn Archibald Cox Jenny Karazissis

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Coachella Valley Community Trust to Host Charity Luncheon Coachella Valley Community Trust (CVCT) will host a charity luncheon at the Go Rentals VIP Club on Sunday, February 23. 14 | HITS News Weekly

Grown from the realization that Indio, Coachella, Thermal, Mecca and North Shore all face issues of poverty, lack of transportation, lack of resources and fewer events for kids, Coachella Valley Community Trust was born. They aim to prevent crime, foster youth development, and provide improved quality of life for the youth of the Coachella Valley.

The luncheon will include VIP seating, a catered lunch and silent auction. Tickets are still available. To purchase a ticket, or find out more about CVCT, call Kelli Cox at 951-252-4694, or visit cvcommunitytrust.org.

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The Equestrian Health Coach: Don’t Let Sugar Ruin Your Ride by: Kimball Willson, Certified Health Coach

that will help slow down blood sugar spikes, plus you can receive additional nutritional benefits.

5. GET ENOUGH REST

Most people need about 7-9 hours of sleep. This will help to avoid hormone disruption which could result in changes in mood, appetite and cravings.

Reducing the amount of sugar in your diet is one small adjustment you can make that has the ability to improve your long-term health, support your energy levels, improve your mood and focus, and help you manage your weight. At the horse show, food options are limited and there are usually sugary temptations all over the showgrounds. The following are some strategies that may support you in your effort to cut back on sugar:

1. ELIMINATE TEMPTATION

Remove sweets from the tack room and don’t keep a hidden stash of peppermints, cookies or snack packs in the bottom of your tack trunk.

2. STAY HYDRATED

6. READ YOUR LABELS

It is important to look past the marketing claims and read the actual nutrition facts, serving size, and ingredients labels in order to gauge whether a particular food is actually loaded with sugar.

7. INDULGE WISELY

If you want to enjoy a sweet treat, really take the time to appreciate it. Sit down and savor each bite – eating mindfully, chewing thoroughly, and noticing the sensations you experience. Knowing the strategies that can help you avoid sugar will allow you to make food choices that will support your health and energy levels so you can focus on riding your best.

Sip on water to see if maybe you are just a little dehydrated from the activities at the show. Avoid sports drinks and juices because they are usually loaded with sugar. Instead, you can add lemon, fruit, or herbs for extra flavor and additional nutrients. Herbal teas can be delicious and satisfying too.

3. BALANCE YOUR MEALS

Make sure that you are getting enough protein, carbs, and healthy fats at your meals to help balance your blood sugar and fuel your body.

4. PREPARE

When sugar cravings hit, have some fruit on hand or share some carrots with your horse. Along with the naturally occurring sugars, you will also consume the fiber

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Kimball Willson is a certified Health Coach with an extensive background in the equestrian industry. As a lifelong rider and competitor, she understands the dietary and lifestyle struggles faced by today’s equestrian athletes. She specializes in guiding and supporting riders of all levels who want to gain more energy, improve their diet and lifestyle, and ultimately perform their best in the ring. Learn more and get your free copy of “3 Common Health Mistakes that are Ruining Your Ride” at www. EquestrianHealthCoach.com.

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Pre-Adult Hunter Andiamo Great Expectations Under the Radar Pre-Child Hunter Horse Mr. Darcy Autobahn WT Who Knew Pre-Green Hunter Boss Nostalgic Kashmir Regular Conformation Hunter Carma Idyllic Bay Lane Second Year Green Hunter Undeniable Y Wonder Y Comex Gold Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Illusion Crusader Triton Z Small Pony Hunter Small Introduction Skippin School Heavenly Patch of Blue Small Schooling Pony Hunter Bit of Flurries All That Land’s End Wye Me Small/Medium Green Pony Hunter Dust Bunny Pink Cadillac Mr. Monk Thermal Adult Hunter 2’3” Cosette Nigel Special Delivery

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Shabe Behzadpour Marc Grock Raphaelle Cassens

Shabe Behzadpour Jerrie Calandra Raphaelle Cassens

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Annie Thomas Jordan Matteri Wild Turkey Farm, LLC

Augusta Iwasaki Katie Lee Katie Lee

43 35 28

Laura Wasserman Penelope Murray Kim Zuccarello

John French John Bragg Hap Hansen

77 40 36

Montana Coady Ann Thornton Noelle Wolf

John French John Bragg John French

76 60.5 28

Kelly Straeter West Coast Equine Partners LLC Lee Kellogg Sadrian

Jenny Karazissis Jenny Karazissis John French

53 40.5 33

Dogwood Hill LLC Pastorino Hay & Ranch Supply Inc Kaitlyn Van Konynenburg

Destry Spielberg Paige Pastorino Kaitlyn Van Konynenburg

64.5 37 35.5

Iwasaki & Reilly Kailin Kerzner Kellie Purfoy

Augusta Iwasaki Juliette Joseph Anna Moellenhoff

76 36 27.5

Avery/ Sonoma Valley Stables Glynn Sonoma Valley Stables Inc Alexa Leong

Avery Glynn Avery Glynn Alexa Leong

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Laura Ware Stone Gate Stables JH Sporthorses

Jillian Stuart Talei Ferra Katrina Komitsch

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Susan Thompson Eleanor Hellman Moonlite Beach LLC

Susan Thompson Sabrina Hellman Jerrie Calandra

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Katie Cook Sweeps the First Two Weeks of HITS Thermal The pinto Oldenburg gelding, Symphony, has quickly gone from catch ride to dream horse for Katie Cook of Newport Beach, California. Cook had never sat on Symphony, owned by Amy Knox, before she arrived at HITS Thermal, but the two have become fast friends, jumping to three blue ribbons during Week I and winning the $1,500 Platinum Performance Hunter Prix on Friday for the second week in a row. “I need to buy lottery tickets,” Cook said in reaction to the possibility of making Symphony hers. “I would die to own that horse – he gives 100% every time and never lets me down, leaving it up to me to make it smooth and nice.”

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As Cook continues to collect blue ribbons at the HITS Desert Circuit, including two in the Platinum Performance $250,000 Hunter Prix Final qualifiers, she is growing increasingly more excited about a possible appearance at the HITS Championship. “I would love to make it to Saugerties – I have never shown on the East Coast,” she said. Vol. 2 No. 2


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Rosie Garlock Tylor Nowell Elvenstar Farm

Brooke Morin Rachel Penner Stella Buckingham

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Wild Turkey Farm, LLC Noelle Wolf Rachel De Muro

Hope Glynn Erica Schmandt Patrick Spanton

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Shannon Becker Laurie Jueneman Susan Kruse

Shannon Becker Anne Fitz Susan Kruse

41 20 14

McLain Ward P2 Capital LLC Dinnia DiGennaro

Ariel Black Elizabeth McAfee Dinnia DiGennaro

26 25.5 23

Christine O’Hanlon Jorge Zavala Amy Gallagher

Christine O’Hanlon Jorge Zavala Amy Gallagher

53 20 18

Blue Meadows, LLC Deanna Van Valer Melanie Rapp

Leslie Cox Melanie Rapp Melanie Rapp

47 29.5 22

Gigi Papasavvas Hannah Loly Katie Munson

Gigi Papasavvas Hannah Loly Katie Munson

24 20 12

Actuality LLC Peyton Warren Robert Blanchette

Julia Finn Alexa Avila Lena Block

40 38 22

Gigi Papasavvas Janet Pharmacy Enterprises Carly Swank

Gigi Papasavvas Sasha Janet Carly Swank

31 24.5 20

Abby Lincoln Melanie Brooks DRK Equity LLC

Julia Hanssen Melanie Brooks Reilly Quagliano

22 20.5 20

Dinnia Di gennaro Ali Ramsay Samia Staehle

Dinnia Di gennaro Ali Ramsay Samia Staehle

494 476 422.4

Olivia Chowdry Garnett Farms Gavin Brodin

Olivia Chowdry Morgan Garnett Gavin Brodin

447.6 402 397.2

Monarch International Claire Doty Monarch International

Hannah Von Heidegger Claire Doty Hannah Von Heidegger

210 192 140

Amanda Nichols Eduardo Menezes Emily Moffitt

Amanda Nichols Kelsey Maloney Emily Moffitt

255.6 254 239.8

Alexandra Worthington Sarah Jane Haskins Peyton Warren

Alexandra Worthington Sarah Jane Haskins Peyton Warren

407.8 365.3 333 Vol. 2 No. 2


HORSE

Junior/A-O Jumper High Ferrari Heraldo S Baltimore 63 Level 3 Jumper Toomyvara Careful Ariva Jensma Level 4 Jumper Simon says Nalisco Tatabra Quimba 11 Level 5 Jumper Freedom 95 Elle Je Revel Level 6 Jumper SIG Excel Murka’s Milord d’elle No More Talk Level 7 Jumper ASB Conquistador Salerno Welfare Level 8 Jumper Coupido Mercedes Benz Ace Acorina

OWNER

RIDER

POINTS

Alexander Dornbracht Mei Mei Zhu Annelyse Bansbach

Alexander Dornbracht Mei Mei Zhu Annelyse Bansbach

468.8 270 258.8

Bonnee James Karianne Boyce Lockhart/ Poseidon Stables Emily Moffitt

Tamie Phillips Karianne Boyce-Lockhart

20 14

Emily Moffitt

14

Isola Stables Katie Cameron Katherine Pratty

Benson Carroll Hugh Mutch Alden Giacopuzzi

30 22 20.5

Alexandra Afzal Mark Cassar Southern Cross Farm, LLC

Jeffrey Fields Kristin Hardin Jeff Campf

1186.4 1016 750.8

SIG International, Inc. Colleen May Amanda Nichols

Susan Hutchison Macella O’Neill Guy Thomas

2372 1230 1150.4

Signe Ostby Rolling Oaks Ranch Shalanno Farms LLC DUTCH

Karl Cook Kilian McGrath Andrew Ramsay

544 468 432

Carlos Hank Jr Abigail Weese Monarch International

Eduardo Menezes Abigail Weese William Simpson

5200 3300 3000

Josephina Nor Lantzman Impresses in the Grand Prix Stadium As the dust settled from World Cup week at HITS Desert Horse Park, Josephina Nor Lantzman piloted her own Chello Z to the top of a 29-horse field in the $30,000 SmartPak Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis. The highlight for Nor Lantzman was that it only took one round to get her the blue. With eleven four-fault rounds and only one clear, she was the lone rider to crack the code on Olaf Petersen, Jr.’s course. Petersen set 13 obstacles with a triple and

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double combination. Faults were consistently scattered, but according to Nor Lantzman, the course rode fair. “When I walked it, I thought it was going to be easier that it actually rode, but he [Petersen] always builds great and he did a super job this time – it was a good size and equally technical.” Nor Lantzman was also quick to thank SmartPak, a patented supplement feeding system and great supporter of show jumping, for sponsoring the class.

©Flying Horse Photography

Two in a Row for John French, Eyes $500,000 Final

John French and Comex Gold

©Flying Horse Photography

John French of Woodside, California rode Soldier to a win last week in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix and put up a repeat performance on Friday, this time aboard Lee Kellogg Sadrian’s Comex Gold. They jumped to impressive scores of 91 and 90, to finish with a 181 for the win. Consistently smooth to every fence, Comex Gold and French topped a field of 48 contenders. While winning is still a top priority, French has another goal in mind for HITS Thermal. A Devoucoux-sponsored rider himself, French had to sit out the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final last year due to injury, but is confident that he will be present at the HITS Championship at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York this year. HITS News Weekly | 19


HORSE OWNER

YJC 6 Year-Olds Detroit 32 Enrique Gonzalez All Shenanigans Morgan Caplane Equestrian Enterprises Chuck Norris Marina Skye Bynum YJC 7 & 8 Year-Olds Cupilor Cross Creek Farms, Inc Baraka Nayel Nassar Ace of Hearts Little Valley Farms

RIDER

POINTS

Mandy Porter Morgan Caplane Peter Petschenig

370 345 325

Michelle Parker 255 Nayel Nassar 250 Ashlee Bond Clarke 250

Circuit Standings Top 3 - Equitation - Week II

Adult 2' Equitation Adult 2’6” Equitation Adult 2’9” Equitation Adult Equitation Adult Equitation 18-35 Adult Equitation 36 + Adult Equitation 36 - 45 Beginner Equitation Cross Rail Hunter Equitation 11 & Under Equitation 12-13 Equitation 14-15 Equitation 16-17 Junior Limit Equitation Junior Maiden Equitation Junior Novice Equitation Long Stirrup Equitation Long/Short Stirrup Equitation Pony Equitation 20 | HITS News Weekly

Rider Points Nola Dyal 10 Susan Swettenham 7 Dawn Bodell 5 Jennifer Berman 15 Gail Forrest 11 Gail Forrest 10 Margaret Schliessler 21 Shannon Becker 15 Amy Self 10 Karen O’Leonard 12 Stephanie Fanning 9 Colleen Harp 8 Emily Winkler 27 Serena Anand 20 Marta Mazess 13 Nori Burby 11 Annie Finchww 9 Patricia Brutten 5 Tonia Cook Looker 10 Stephanie Von Gortler 6 Brynn Schwichtenberg 14 Tate Beteta 12 Paige Walker 12 Djuna Stein 16 Tate Beteta 16 Paige Walker 4 Elli Yeager 33 Caroline Goodman 16 Tommi Stockham 14 Emily Perkins 22 Alexis Oleary 16 India Brittenham 15 Madison Myro 20 Kit Cunningham 12 Mitchell Endicott 10 Lena Block 17 Alexandra Ladove 17 Robert Sean Leckie 13 Alexis Oleary 1 Emma Sigurdsson 10 Reilly Quagliano 8 Katie Lee 18 Alexa Kathleen May Burnett 14 Alexandra Thompson 13 Alexis Oleary 11 Nicole Schuler 10 Anna Lise Ericson 8 Luke Jensen 13 Braeden Morrison 12 Sabine Buchwald 10 Susan Swettenham 8 Genevieve Heyn 6 Luke Jensen 5 Bianca Jenkins 15 Tali DeJong 13 Brooke Morin 10

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2014 AIG Million Grand Prix Rider Standings - Updated 2.4.14 Thermal, CA

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Rider Christian Heineking Mandy Porter Enrique Gonzalez Nayel Nassar Saer Coulter Alec Lawler Andrew Ramsay Josephina Nor Lantzman Jenni McAllister Vinton Karrasch Ashlee Bond Clarke Duncan McFarlane Eduardo Menezes Will Simpson Eric Navet Justin Resnik Michelle Parker Francois Esteves Francie Steinwedell-Carvin Francisco Pasquel Susan Hutchison Bretton Chad Juan Pablo Gnecco Tatiana Dzavik Jamie Barge Andres Rodriguez Tasha Visokay

Horse NKH Selena Con Capilot Quilebo du Tillard Lordan Springtime Dauphin De Muze Adamo Van't Steenputje Chello Z Casseur de Prix Coral Reef Baloufino Chela LS Mr. Whoopy Quintol Mercedes Benz Acorina Quanto Fino 2 Carismo Z Clintord Cord 11 Taunus Othelo Du Park Sig Zuleika Santa Catarina LS La Silla User ID Dahlia Lasse Caballito Caspa 7

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Sum of prize money 34,800.00 34,547.50 32,795.00 27,565.00 26,135.00 25,545.00 24,750.00 23,300.00 23,155.00 20,735.00 18,555.00 17,150.00 14,250.00 12,000.00 10,800.00 10,100.00 9,640.00 9,500.00 9,000.00 8,800.00 8,800.00 8,200.00 6,700.00 6,400.00 6,150.00 5,952.50 5,900.00

Gabriella Salick Erin Davis-Heineking John Anderson Peter Petschenig Joie Gatlin Allyssa Hecht Elizabeth Gingras Tiffany Sullivan Harley Brown Lucy Davis Jennifer Goddard Lane Clark Misti Cassar

Centuria 2 October Hill's Concho Terrific Saint Quentin Miss Cashcall Calero Floreen SFN Tristan Cassiato Barron Lucky Lord 20 Kiss The Sky Poeme D'Amour

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

5,535.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,330.00 5,200.00 4,157.50 3,335.00 3,280.00 3,010.00 3,000.00 2,500.00 2,460.00 2,452.50

Number of Qualifying HITS Weeks 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

*In order to be eligible to for the AIG $1 Million Grand Prix, a rider needs to compete in at least one (1) Qualifying Grand Prix at four (4) or more HITS Desert Circuit shows prior to the week of the AIG Million. Once a rider has competed in a Qualifying Grand Prix at four (4) or more HITS Desert Circuit shows, the money won on their leading horse will place them in the 2014 AIG Million Rider Rankings. 22 | HITS News Weekly

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Calendar of Events DC III 

February 3-9

7FRIDAY

4 pm: $25,000 SmartPak Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 6:30 pm: Sponsor Dinner at The Chateau

8SATURDAY

5 pm: SVS Sport Horse Auction in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

9SUNDAY

8 am: $1,500 Platinum Performance Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 10 am: $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix in Outside Course. Hors d'oeuvres available at the ring. 11 am: $10,000 Junior/Amateur Owner High Jumper Classic, presented by Bayer’s Legend in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 12:30 pm: JPC Equestrian Mid-Circuit and Horze Equestrian Parade of Champions in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:30 pm: Charles Owen Leading Hunter Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:45 pm: Leadline class in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 2 pm: $50,000 GoRentals Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 3 pm: CardFlex Groom's Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

Off Week

February 10-16

Enjoy the off week! DC IV

February 17-23

18TUESDAY

8 am - 3 pm: Reception with Hill & Piibe immigration attorneys behind barn 5/6. Appointments welcome. Refreshments available.

19WEDNESDAY

TBD American Holsteiner Mare Inspection in Hunter 7 and Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. TBD American Holsteiner Mare Inspection Cocktail Reception in the Go Rentals VIP Club.

20THURSDAY

2 pm: $33,500 HITS Desert Classic, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

21FRIDAY

8 am: $1,500 Platinum Performance Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 11 am: $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix in Outside Course.

22SATURDAY

6:30 pm: $50,000 Purina Animal Nutrition Grand Prix CSI-W 2*, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

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23SUNDAY

7FRIDAY

Day at the Grand Prix Ring. 11 am: $10,000 Junior/Amateur Owner High Jumper Classic, presented by Bayer’s Legend in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 12:30-4 pm: CVCT Charity Luncheon and Silent Auction. 1 pm: Horze Equestrian Parade of Champions in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:30 pm: Charles Owen Leading Hunter Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:45 pm: Leadline class in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 2 pm: $30,000 SmartPak Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 3 pm: CardFlex Groom's Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

9SUNDAY

10 am - 2 pm: Purina Animal Nutrition Kids

DC V

February 24 - March 2

28FRIDAY

4 pm: $25,000 SmartPak Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

1SATURDAY

12 pm: Gracie’s Emporium Tack Room Decorating Contest judging by Gracie’s Emporium and Kathy Hobstetter.

2SUNDAY

8 am: $1,500 Platinum Performance Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 11 am: $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 11 am: $10,000 Junior/Amateur Owner High Jumper Classic, presented by Bayer’s Legend in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1 pm: Horze Equestrian Parade of Champions in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:30 pm: Gracie’s Emporium Tack Room Decoration Contest Awards and Charles Owen Leading Hunter Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:45 pm Leadline class in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 2 pm: $50,000 Horze Equestrian Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 3 pm: CardFlex Groom's Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 3-6 pm: Greater Palm Springs Convention and Visitor Bureau Reception at Go Rentals VIP Club.

DC VI

March 3-9

4TUESDAY

8 am - 3 pm: Reception with Hill & Piibe immigration attorneys behind barn 5/6. Appointments welcome. Refreshments available.

8 am: $1,500 Platinum Performance Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 11 am: $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 4 pm: $25,000 SmartPak Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 4 pm: $1,000 Pony Hunter Prix in Outside Course. 11 am: $10,000 Junior/Amateur Owner High Jumper Classic, presented by Bayer’s Legend in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1 pm: Horze Equestrian Parade of Champions in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:30 pm: Charles Owen Leading Hunter Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:45 pm: Leadline class in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 2 pm: $50,000 CardFlex Grand Prix, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 3 pm: CardFlex Groom's Award in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

DC VII

March 10-16

14FRIDAY

8 am: $5,000 Platinum Performance Hunter prix in Outside Course. 10 am: $50,000 East vs. West Hunter Challenge Round 1 in Outside Course. 2 pm: $25,000 SmartPak Grand Prix Wild Card, presented by Zoetis, in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 4 pm: $3,500 Junior/Amateur-Owner Young Rider Qualifying Class in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 6 pm: R.W. Mutch Equitation Championship in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

15SATURDAY

8 am: $25,000 California Horsetrader Junior/ Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic High in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 12 pm: $50,000 East vs. West Hunter Challenge Final Round in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium.

16SUNDAY*

1 pm: Horseware Ireland Grand Circuit and Horze Equestrian Parade of Champions in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 1:45 pm: Leadline class in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. 2 pm: AIG $1 Million Grand Prix in Strongid® C 2X™ Grand Prix Stadium. *All rings will be finished by 12 pm on Sunday, March 16.

Enjoy the AIG Million! HITS News Weekly | 23


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