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Beacon Hill Show Stables Adds to Ribbon Collection at Winter Equestrian Festival

Wellington, FL – February 12, 2007 – This past week, Beacon Hill Show Stables juggled showing at the Winter Equestrian Festival with the Littlewood Winter Finale, and a string of impressive ribbons were added to their tack room curtain. Beacon Hill Show Stables, located in Colts Neck, NJ, is composed of head trainers Frank and Stacia Madden and assistant trainers Max Amaya, Krista Freundlich, and Jennifer Griffiths.

At the Winter Equestrian Festival’s Palm Beach Equine Clinic/Adequan Gold Coast Jumper Classic presented by bluhammock music, Max Amaya and Church Road, owned by Sarah Becker and B&B Saddlery, came away with fourth in the $8,000 1.45m class. In the 1.30m class, Brianne Goutal and Mon Gamin earned a fourth place ribbon as well.

Hayley Carlson and Gracia led the victory gallop in the $10,000 Adult 18-35 Jumper Classic and also received the championship for the division, and MacKenzie Keck earned fifth place in the Children’s 14-17 Jumper Classic. Laura King-Kaplan also finished in eighth place in the classic with Harlem de Mescam, and she pinned ninth in a Children’s Jumper class earlier in the week. Also in the Children’s 14-17 Jumpers results were Karen Polle, who took home a third place with Valfee des Hazalles, and Olivia Clancy, who won a fourth place ribbon with Caspar.

In the $10,000 Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic, Nicole Lakin earned seventh and eighth places with her horses Alaska and Opus Sept. Alaska and Lakin also received fifth place in another Low Amateur-Owner Jumper class earlier in the week.

Catherine Pasmore piloted Hadden House Carlsen, owned by Berkley Stables, to first place in the Low Junior Jumpers, and she later earned the reserve championship for the division. In the $10,000 Low Junior Jumper Classic, Carolyn Curcio and Croft Temptation galloped to third place, and Jessica Springsteen rode La Movida to a seventh place finish. Curcio also picked up fifth in a Low Junior Jumper class, and Springsteen captured an eighth place.

In the Senior Jumper 50 and Older division, Eleanor Bright won sixth with her horse Rosey, and the pair later pinned eleventh in the $10,000 Seniors Classic.

At the Littlewood Winter Finale, Beacon Hill students dominated the equitation classes.

Maria Schaub won first place in the overall Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) Equitation “Section A” standings after she won the WIHS Hunter Phase aboard VDL Cadillac. Springsteen finished third overall after riding her new mount, Papillon 136, and Karen Polle received fifth for her rides on Aaron.

Springsteen also won second place in the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search, while Chelsea Moss received third and Whitney Goulart trotted Convent 8 home in fifth place. Moss was third in the ASPCA Maclay class with her horse Onatello VDL, and she piloted Logan to first in the WIHS Jumper Phase, first in the overall WIHS “Section B” standings and second in the USEF Medal.

Elizabeth Lubrano topped the leader board in the ASPCA Maclay after her successful ride on Golou II, and Hilary McNerney finished in fourth place for her performance aboard Timeless. McNerney also captured fourth in the USEF Medal, and Rachel Roter ended up in fifth.

In the NAL class, the red ribbon was pinned on the bridle of Graffiti, ridden by Olivia Clancy, with Carolyn Storino and her mount, Pilot, following in third. In the Children’s Medal, Erica Polle finished in sixth with Whimsey.

Springsteen and King-Kaplan also participated in the Junior Hunter divisions, and Sprinsteen earned the tricolor with Tiziano in the Large Junior 15 and Under division. King-Kaplan received the reserve championship with Bellingham Bay, and she also rode Heartfelt to championship honors in the Small Junior 15 and Under hunters.

Olivia Fass and Brighton Day Glo continued their winning streak and took home the Circuit Championship for the Large Children’s Pony division, and Rachel Lin won second and fifth with Peter Pan in the Large Children’s Pony classes. In addition, Jennifer Griffiths received high placings with Unforgettable in the Pre-Green Hunters.

Beacon Hill Show Stables will continue showing next week at the Kilkenny Internationale, which marks the fourth week of competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival.

Photo Credit: Catherine Pasmore in the Junior Jumpers. Photo©2007 Randi Muster.

 

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