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JT Farms Wins Three CN Winter Equestrian Festival Circuit Championships

Wellington, FL - April 8, 2008 - JT Farm, led by trainer Jimmy Toon of South Salem, NY, and Wellington, FL, finished up the winter season in great form at the CN Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). They won three tricolor ribbons in the last week of competition and they also won three circuit championships.

One of the top performers this year was Invincible, ridden and owned by Ellen Toon. They won the WEF circuit championship in the Amateur-Owner Over 35 Hunter division. This is Toon's fifth WEF circuit championship in a row; she has won each year since 2004 with four different horses. Her other mount Attache, who was last year's WEF circuit champion, finished third in the circuit standings this year. This week, she picked up blue ribbons in the division on In Disguise, who was the 2006 WEF circuit champion.

Brianne Link of East Islip, NY, had a great year. She rode Asgard Mercury to the WEF Circuit Championship in the Equitation 11 & Under division. She won her second WEF Circuit Championship in the Large Children's Pony Hunters on Foxcroft Veronsky. Link was also champion in the Pony Jumpers this week on her new pony, Tallyman.

Jimmy Toon won two reserve championships in the professional hunters in the final week of WEF. He rode Triple X to the reserve tricolor in the Green Conformation Hunters after they won two classes, two seconds, a third, and a fourth in the division.

Toon and Tayfoon, owned by JT Farm, were reserve champions in the Green Working Hunters. They placed first, second, third, third, and fifth in the division this week.

Alexandra Arute rode Avalon for JT Farm to the championship in the Large Junior 16-17 Hutners. They won three classes and finished second and fourth for the top tricolor.

Lyn Pederson and Quentin won a class and took home top ribbons in the Adult Amateur 3'3" Hunters. Pederson finished fourth in the Ariat Adult Medal.

Sophie Benjamin and Spock, an up-and-coming equitation horse owned by JT Farm, were second in the WIHS Equitation after placing fifth in the jumper phase and second in the hunter phase. They were also seventh in the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search class.

It was a great start to 2008 for JT Farm. For the finest hunter, equitation, and jumper instruction in the South Salem, NY, and Wellington, FL, areas, look no further than JT Farm. At JT Farm, riders of all levels are welcome and are afforded the very best training by a staff of experienced, caring professionals who are committed to excellence in the show ring in equitation, hunters and jumpers. For more information on JT Farm, please visit http://www.jtfarm.com.

Photo Credit: Invincible and Ellen Toon, CN Winter Equestrian Festival Circuit Champions in Amateur-Owner Over 35 Hunters. Photo (C) 2008 Jennifer Wood/PMG. This photo may be used free of charge only in relation to this press release.


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