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Legacy Cup 2006

The two-week Legacy Cup was developed as an innovative, high paying, exhibitor-friendly event, which the American Hunter-Jumper Foundation, Inc. (AHJF) created. The first two years the show was held as a stand alone event. After listening to the exhibitors, management decided to pair the Legacy Cup with one of the nation's top AA rated hunter horse shows. This will be the third year that the Legacy Cup will be included as part of show manager Hugh Kincannon’s Kentucky series.

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Legacy Cup Week One in a Nutshell
3’6” PRO & RESTRICTED PRO GO ROUND, FINALS & CHAMPIONSHIP While the American Hunter-Jumper Foundation is the creator of the Legacy Cup it is because of all the support from the sponsors that they are able to “put the show back in the horse show.”

Legacy Cup 2006: Just Jack and Jennifer Alfano Stay Composed for the Win in 3'6
Rio Renoir and Louise Serio Win Go Round “I had a blast,” said Jennifer Alfano after her winning round worth $3,178 on Just Jack. Alfano did not have much time to get used to her new mount as she only got the ride when his regular rider (Havens S

Megan Udelson and Luminaire Dominated the Restricted 3'6
Maria Dritsas and Passport Win Go Round in Legacy Cup While Luminaire finished 8th in the Finals (and earned $248), he won the Restricted 3’6” Pro Finals ($150) for rider Megan Udelson. The 9-year-old, 16.1 hand, bay, Trakehner, gelding not only

Legacy Cup 2006: Chris Payne and Tucker Shine in 3' Pro Finals
Jennifer Papiernik and Montrachet win Go Round Tucker was the 15th horse to go and when the three pair of judges gave him a combined score of 262 in the 3’ Pro Finals the remaining riders knew that would be tough to beat. In fact no one else coul

Pre Green Incentives Won by Purple Label and Rob Bielefeld in Legacy Cup
It was Rob Bielefeld and Purple Label’s score of 162 in the first 3’ Go Round and 250 in the finals that gave them the combined total of 412, which garnered them the Pre Green Incentive Championship and a check for $3,000. In addition they won $992

Say the Word Shows His Style in 3' Pro Restricted for Kristi Cardalico
Jennifer Papiernik and Montrachet Win Restricted Pro Go Round “I was really excited,” said an ecstatic Cardalico after she won the Restricted 3’ Pro Finals and the Championship ribbon on Say the Word, who is owned by Far Niente. They had placed 4

Saloon and Cayman Match Strides in the Non Pro 3'6 at Legacy Cup 2006
May 19, 2006 – Lexington, KY – “He is awesome,” said a delighted Jennifer Waxman after she won the Non Pro 3’6” Go Round aboard Saloon on Friday, May 19, 2006 at the Legacy Cup, which is part of the Kentucky Spring Horse Shows taking place in Lexingt

Pony Power for Jennifer Waxman in Pony Finals & Third Leading Rider Title at Legacy Cup 2006
My Little Dickens & Megan Davis Win the Go Round Frostin entered the arena as the 13th pony to go on Sunday, May 14th. Again there was another replacement because even though Paige Bellissimo was listed as the rider it was Jennifer Waxman who was




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