Show Report

Show Report: Creek Hollow Ranch B-Rated Competition

The gorgeous Creek Hollow Ranch facility in Ramona, California, and Christine Ramsey Snyder, Ranch Manager, welcomed WE United members to their first B-Rated competition on May 20, 2017, judged by Barbara Price, r, California.

The three-entry Introductory class was won by Sarah Pinney and her home-bred Andalusian Cielo. Polly Limond and Flying Tiger captured the win in the ten-entry Novice A class, while Cassandra Adams and the Friesian Arjen Fanslyp won the two-horse Intermediate A class.

Sarah Pinney and Cielo won the Introductory-level class.
Polly Limond and Flying Tiger won the Novice A class.
Barbara Luck and Diva’s Lady had the highest dressage score in the 10-entry Novice A class and finished the day as the highest-placing Amateur rider in the class.
Cassandra Adams and Arjen Fanslyp won the Intermediate A class.

Addison Latta charmed everyone around with her performance in an exhibition Lead Line Ease of Handling class, riding her pony Prince Charming.

Addison Latta on Prince Charming, accompanied by her mom Amanda Latta in the Exhibition Ease of Handling Leadline class.

Several entries qualified for the 2017 WE United National Championships at the competition. Among them: Sarah Pinney and Cielo, Alethia Saldino and Eliska, Polly Limond and both Flying Tiger and Prince of Peace, Barbara Luck and Diva’s Lady, and Agata Torowska.

In addition, the following WE United members earned qualifying scores toward their Lifetime Rider Medals: Polly Limond, Cassandra Adams, Barbara Luck, Amanda Latta, and Agata Turowska.

The show also moved Polly Limond and Amanda Latta into the #1 and #2 spots, respectively,  in the national standings for US riders at the Novice level.  Bryan Lukens moved into the #6 spot in the Nation at Novice, and Cassandra Adams further cemented her lead as the #1 International rider competing in the Novice Level in the United States.


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