Its a Wrap For The Amateur Adult Hunters At The Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows
Its A Wrap and Sloan Brown (James Leslie Parker Photo)
North Salem, NY – May 21, 2010 – It only took one take for Its a Wrap and rider/owner Sloan Brown as they clinched the Adult Amateur Hunter 36-45 division Championship and the Grand Adult Amateur Hunter title.
The dark bay gelding covered the ground and met each fence with precision and obedience to win all the jumping classes in the division. Always hotly contested, It’s a Wrap and Brown triumphed over 16 other entries for the title.
Britta Lippert came from Mt. Holyoke College to pilot August Moon to the Championship title in the Adult Amateur Hunters 18-35 for owner Susan Pullare.
August Moon and Britta Lippert, Adult Amateur Hunter Champion 18-35. (James Leslie Parker Photo)
Gina Day swept both the Championship and Reserve Championship in the Adult Amateur Hunter 46 and Over division. Day rode Premier to win the Championship title and Rosso Di Sera to win the Reserve Championship title.
Gina Day with Premier and Rosso Di Sera (James Leslie Parker Photo)
The 2010 Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows will feature the $75,000 Empire State Grand Prix as well as a $15,000 Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic part of the Cavalor Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series, $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Derby, $10,000 Chronicle of the Horse/USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by The Premier Collection/Land Rover of Mt. Kisco and Land Rover of Larchmont, and the $10,000 Cavalor Leading Hunter Rider Award.
Old Salem Farm is located one hour north of New York City. In addition to its year-long horse show series that includes more than 20 horse shows in addition to its flagship spring horse shows, it maintains state-of-the-art stabling facilities for year-round boarding. Old Salem Farm’s training staff offers training for every level of riding from Short Stirrup to Grand Prix hopefuls! Exceptional horses are also available for sale or lease.
Tickets for the Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows are $10.00 for a three-day pass, valid Tuesday-Thursday, and $20.00 for weekend pass, valid Friday-Sunday. A portion of the admission proceeds will benefit Pegasus Therapeutic Riding and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Tickets for the Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows can be purchased online at www.oldsalemfarm.net or by calling 914-669-5610 , as well as on-site during the horse shows.
For more information on Old Salem Farm, including its year-long horse show schedule, clinics, boarding, lessons and training, please visit www.oldsalemfarm.net or call 914-669-5610 .