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Over the Hill Farm Wins Five Tricolors at HITS Ocala Winter Festival

Ocala, FL - February 27, 2008 - Over the Hill Farm competed in the second week of the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit and brought home a multitude of prizes. Over the Hill Farm is owned by trainer Bill Schaub and is located in Sanford, FL. The top hunter/jumper facility teaches a variety of students at different levels and wins at the top shows in the nation.

This past week, Antique and assistant trainer Molly Sewell were successful in the hunter ring. Antique is a six-year-old Warmblood mare owned by Alexandra Ware. She and Sewell were champions in the Low Hunters after they won two classes and were second in another class. This week was the first time that Antique moved up to the Pre-Green Hunter division. They had a great showing with first and second place ribbons in their first show out of the Baby Green division.

Shawn Casady piloted Triscuit, a six-year-old Palomino gelding, to the reserve championship in the Medium Green Pony Hunters. They were first, second, third, and fifth over fences for the tricolor.

Time to Talk, Lauren Hogan's famous pony hunter that has won at the Devon Horse Show and Capital Challenge Horse Show, has a new rider. He and Lauren Steiner finished as reserve champions in the Children's Pony Hunter 12-17 division. They won two classes and were fifth in another two classes. They also won the Marshall and Sterling Children's Pony Hunter Classic.

Ashley Foster and Cosmopolitan Girl, owned by Rae Oakley, took the reserve championship in the Schooling Pony Hunter division. They finished second in the Medium Pony Hunter Classic.

For three weeks, Schaub is also helping top pony rider Reid Patton, who trains with John Roper. She and Blue Crush were reserve champions in the Small Pony Hunters. They were first and second in jumping classes. On Bells N' Whistles, Patton received top ribbons in the Small Pony Hunters. She and Undawnted took a top prize as well as second place in the Medium Pony Hunters. In the same division, Patton and Bikini Beach won the model and the under saddle and received top ribbons over fences in the Medium Pony Hunters.

At the Gulf Coast Winter circuit, Lee Cesery of Jacksonville, FL, rode to the Amateur-Owner Over 35 Hunter reserve championship on What D'Ya Know. She and her second mount Cachet received good prizes in the same division.

Over the Hill Farm will compete next at the third week of the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit on Feb. 27-March 2, 2008.

For more information on Over the Hill Farm and Bill Schaub, please visit http://www.othfarm.com.



Photo Credit: Antique and Molly Sewell, winners in the Pre-Green Hunters and Low Hunters at the HITS Ocala Winter circuit. Photo (C) 2008 Lili Weik.

 

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