Lindsay Archer and Camerone Win Their Third Grand Prix at the Central California Horse Show Series

Jason Foster is very proud of his blue ribbon from the leadline class
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events

T he final weekend of the West Palms Events’ show season proved to be an entertaining and memorable one, with fundraisers and educational opportunities, and special classes!

 
The Oak Tree Grand Prix kicked off with one of the most adorable-and competitive-lead line classes ever held. With brother and sister, Jason and Eve Foster and Carter dueling for the cutest leadliner, Nancy Nordstrom had her work cut out for her! She ended up calling a tie and the kids were overwhelmed with joy.
 
Next in the special awards, were our Style of Riding Awards Sponsored by Shady Lane Farm. The Best Pony Style of Riding Award went to Olivia Williams, trained by Holly Kilham-Charlebois, the Amateur Style of Riding Award went to Pam Theodosakis, trained by Philip Cillis and the Junior Style of Riding Award was awarded to Molly Pedulla, trained by Cassie Belmont. Congratulations on your wonderful riding and achievement this week for not only style, but sportsmanship. Thank you to Matt and Lindsay Archer of Shady Lane Farm for your continued support of the Style of Riding Awards!
 
In an exciting competition with a course by designer Leopoldo Palacios, the course contained 15 obstacles. It included an oxer – verical combination to a line to an oxer across the diagonal. It then lead them around to a triple bar, to a triple combination right on the rail of a boisterous Lounge to their final fence, a large oxer on the rail on the berm.
Mandy Porter and Coral Reef Follow Me II take home second in the Oak Tree Grand Prix
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
First up was Mandy Porter and Coral Reef Follow Me II, who have had a very successful two weeks here at the Central California Horse Show Series, including the
Lindsay Archer and Camerone win the
Oak Tree Grand Prix
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
 win in the CWD Wine Country Grand Prix last Saturday. They marched in and  dominated the course with a clean round to set the pace and tone of the class.
 
Marc Grock and Caretol were up two rounds later and put up a clean round to challenge Porter to a jump off. The third and final clean round in the first round was
 
Lindsay Archer and Camerone, who had won two grand prix here at the Horse Park, the LA Saddlery Grand Prix in the Spring and the Oak Tree Grand Prix last year in the Fall.
Headed into the jump off, Porter and Coral Reef Follow Me II were successful in their round, with a clean course and a time of 44.347. Grock and Caretol came in second and had another clean round, but not quite as fast as Porter, with a time of 46.158, to take over second place.
Archer and Camerone headed in, taking over the course with a speedy pace and a tight track to take the win, almost four seconds ahead of Porter, a time of 40.689! Archer not only took her third win here at the Horse Park, but was also awarded the Jill Weaver Memorial Trophy, a very special trophy for Linda Starkman, the Horse Park, and all who knew Jill.
“I am so thrilled to have won my first Grand Prix at Paso here last year, and continue the winning streak here today,” said Archer. “We are three for four here and I can’t wait to come back next year!”
Congratulations to our competitors on a spectacular class!
Lindsay Archer on Camerone accept the Jill Weaver Memorial Trophy,
Sponsored by Waldenbrook Farm, for their victory in the Oak Tree Grand Prix
Photo by Flying Horse Photography
Oak Tree Grand Prix Results:
Place Horse Rider Owner Round 1 Faults JO Faults JO Time
1 CAMERONE LINDSAY ARCHER RHYS FARMS, LLC 0 0 40.689
2 CORAL REEF FOLLOW ME II MANDY PORTER CORAL REEF RANCH 0 0 44.347
3 CARETOL MARC GROCK MOONLITE BEACH 0 0 46.158
4 MILANO MANDY PORTER ABIGAIL WEESE 4    
5 JONKHEER Z  GUY THOMAS EMILY LIVERMORE 4    
6 CORAL REEF CARTOUCH DU RONA MANDY PORTER CORAL REEF RANCH 4    
7 OSOPHIA KEVIN WINKEL MAPLEWOOD 8    
8 ADAMUS LESLIE WRIGHT PINACLE EQUINE GROUP 12    
9 CONEJITO CAROL WRIGHT CAROL WRIGHT 14    
10 PASILLA  SARAH BALLOU SARAH BALLOU 24    
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and Center for Equine Health Wine Social Sponsored by Magnolia Farms
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
 
Friday kicked off the special events with the  UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and Center for Equine Health Wine Social Sponsored by Magnolia Farms in conjunction with the USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by San Marcos Training .
The competitors and spectators learned about UC Davis, were able to ask questions to professionals and even received a gift for filling out a questionnaire! Thank you so much to UC Davis and Magnolia Farms for a wonderful event and providing everyone with an educational afternoon.
 
The  USHJA International Hunter Derby  Presented by San Marcos Training had 21 starters, including impressive riders such as John French, Nicole Bourgeois, Philip Cillis, and many others. The impressive course was designed by Mike Gallaway of Oregon and contained four high options and two natural log fences.
John French and Tivoli Z
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
The flowing course covered all of the Fairway Grand Hunter arena, while spectators  enjoyed complimentary wine and appetizers and the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and Center for Equine Health Wine Social Sponsored by Magnolia Farms.
 
After the Classic Round, Elizabeth Gabler’s Soldier and John French were in the lead, with French on Tivoli Z and Small Gesture in second and third, respectively. Demi Stiegler and Playlist were in fourth, with young rider Augusta Iwasaki on Illusion in fifth and Nicole Bourgeois and Duck Duck Goose sitting in sixth.
 
The Handy Round produced great rounds, with Tivoli Z and French taking first, Bourgeois and Duck Duck Goose earning second. Iwasaki and Illusion rounded out the top three, with Stiegler and Playlist in fourth and French in the fifth through eighth spots.
In the end, it was French and Laura Hite’s Tivoli Z who took home the blue ribbon, with Bourgeois and Amy Bean’s Duck Duck Goose earning second place. French and Elizabeth Gabler’s Soldier rounded out the top three and an impressive ride from young rider Iwasaki on Dogwood Hill LLC’s Illusion took home fourth place honors.
Nicole Bourgeois and Duck Duck Good
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
 
Congratulations to all the riders and horses on a wonderful International Hunter Derby and thank you to San Marcos training and Corinne Bevis on your continued support of the Central California Horse Show Series!
 
John French and Tivoli Z win the USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by San Marcos Training
From left: Corinne Bevis of San Marcos Training, John French on Tivoli Z and Taylor Spooner of West Palms
Photo by Flying Horse Photography for West Palms
 
USHJA International Hunter Derby  Presented by San Marcos Training results:
Place Number Horse Owner Rider Overall Score
1 534 Tivoli Z Laura Hite John French 370.5
2 391 Duck Duck Goose Amy Bean Nicole Bourgeois 363
3 604 Soldier Elizabeth Gabler John French 360.5
4 178 Illusion Dogwood Hill Llc Augusta Iwasaki 358
5 636 Cocoluxe Ashland Farms Demi Stiegler 353
6 212 Small Gesture Iwasaki & Reilly John French 352
7 607 Cabana VDL Amanda Flint John French 338.5
8 127 Concargo Ava Lakey John French 335
9 192 Double Play Gail Morey Missy Froley 327
10 589 Chupa Chup Jaime Glenn Jan Humphrey 319
11 635 Playlist Tate Beteta Demi Stiegler 316.5
12 456 Ferret Van’t Heike Antonio Maurer Adam Ottomanelli 286
Enjoy the rest of the weekend here at the Central California Oak Tree Classic, and be sure to attend the following events to wrap up the week!
Year End Finale Party at CaliPaso Winery
Sponsored by Waldenbrook Farm
Saturday, November 12, 6:30PM
 
Compton Jr Posse Brunch and Fundraiser in the Lounge
Sponsored by JMJ Ranch
Sunday, November 13, 9AM
 
Find our 2017 Horse Show Calendar by clicking here and stay up to date on the 2017 show season by  visiting our  website  and following us on  Facebook , Instagram andTwitter !
 
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Lindsay Archer and Camerone Win Their Third Grand Prix at the Central California Horse Show Series

Jason Foster is very proud of his blue ribbon from the leadline class
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events

T he final weekend of the West Palms Events’ show season proved to be an entertaining and memorable one, with fundraisers and educational opportunities, and special classes!

 
The Oak Tree Grand Prix kicked off with one of the most adorable-and competitive-lead line classes ever held. With brother and sister, Jason and Eve Foster and Carter dueling for the cutest leadliner, Nancy Nordstrom had her work cut out for her! She ended up calling a tie and the kids were overwhelmed with joy.
 
Next in the special awards, were our Style of Riding Awards Sponsored by Shady Lane Farm. The Best Pony Style of Riding Award went to Olivia Williams, trained by Holly Kilham-Charlebois, the Amateur Style of Riding Award went to Pam Theodosakis, trained by Philip Cillis and the Junior Style of Riding Award was awarded to Molly Pedulla, trained by Cassie Belmont. Congratulations on your wonderful riding and achievement this week for not only style, but sportsmanship. Thank you to Matt and Lindsay Archer of Shady Lane Farm for your continued support of the Style of Riding Awards!
 
In an exciting competition with a course by designer Leopoldo Palacios, the course contained 15 obstacles. It included an oxer – verical combination to a line to an oxer across the diagonal. It then lead them around to a triple bar, to a triple combination right on the rail of a boisterous Lounge to their final fence, a large oxer on the rail on the berm.
Mandy Porter and Coral Reef Follow Me II take home second in the Oak Tree Grand Prix
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
First up was Mandy Porter and Coral Reef Follow Me II, who have had a very successful two weeks here at the Central California Horse Show Series, including the
Lindsay Archer and Camerone win the
Oak Tree Grand Prix
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
 win in the CWD Wine Country Grand Prix last Saturday. They marched in and  dominated the course with a clean round to set the pace and tone of the class.
 
Marc Grock and Caretol were up two rounds later and put up a clean round to challenge Porter to a jump off. The third and final clean round in the first round was
 
Lindsay Archer and Camerone, who had won two grand prix here at the Horse Park, the LA Saddlery Grand Prix in the Spring and the Oak Tree Grand Prix last year in the Fall.
Headed into the jump off, Porter and Coral Reef Follow Me II were successful in their round, with a clean course and a time of 44.347. Grock and Caretol came in second and had another clean round, but not quite as fast as Porter, with a time of 46.158, to take over second place.
Archer and Camerone headed in, taking over the course with a speedy pace and a tight track to take the win, almost four seconds ahead of Porter, a time of 40.689! Archer not only took her third win here at the Horse Park, but was also awarded the Jill Weaver Memorial Trophy, a very special trophy for Linda Starkman, the Horse Park, and all who knew Jill.
“I am so thrilled to have won my first Grand Prix at Paso here last year, and continue the winning streak here today,” said Archer. “We are three for four here and I can’t wait to come back next year!”
Congratulations to our competitors on a spectacular class!
Lindsay Archer on Camerone accept the Jill Weaver Memorial Trophy,
Sponsored by Waldenbrook Farm, for their victory in the Oak Tree Grand Prix
Photo by Flying Horse Photography
Oak Tree Grand Prix Results:
Place Horse Rider Owner Round 1 Faults JO Faults JO Time
1 CAMERONE LINDSAY ARCHER RHYS FARMS, LLC 0 0 40.689
2 CORAL REEF FOLLOW ME II MANDY PORTER CORAL REEF RANCH 0 0 44.347
3 CARETOL MARC GROCK MOONLITE BEACH 0 0 46.158
4 MILANO MANDY PORTER ABIGAIL WEESE 4    
5 JONKHEER Z  GUY THOMAS EMILY LIVERMORE 4    
6 CORAL REEF CARTOUCH DU RONA MANDY PORTER CORAL REEF RANCH 4    
7 OSOPHIA KEVIN WINKEL MAPLEWOOD 8    
8 ADAMUS LESLIE WRIGHT PINACLE EQUINE GROUP 12    
9 CONEJITO CAROL WRIGHT CAROL WRIGHT 14    
10 PASILLA  SARAH BALLOU SARAH BALLOU 24    
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and Center for Equine Health Wine Social Sponsored by Magnolia Farms
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
 
Friday kicked off the special events with the  UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and Center for Equine Health Wine Social Sponsored by Magnolia Farms in conjunction with the USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by San Marcos Training .
The competitors and spectators learned about UC Davis, were able to ask questions to professionals and even received a gift for filling out a questionnaire! Thank you so much to UC Davis and Magnolia Farms for a wonderful event and providing everyone with an educational afternoon.
 
The  USHJA International Hunter Derby  Presented by San Marcos Training had 21 starters, including impressive riders such as John French, Nicole Bourgeois, Philip Cillis, and many others. The impressive course was designed by Mike Gallaway of Oregon and contained four high options and two natural log fences.
John French and Tivoli Z
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
The flowing course covered all of the Fairway Grand Hunter arena, while spectators  enjoyed complimentary wine and appetizers and the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and Center for Equine Health Wine Social Sponsored by Magnolia Farms.
 
After the Classic Round, Elizabeth Gabler’s Soldier and John French were in the lead, with French on Tivoli Z and Small Gesture in second and third, respectively. Demi Stiegler and Playlist were in fourth, with young rider Augusta Iwasaki on Illusion in fifth and Nicole Bourgeois and Duck Duck Goose sitting in sixth.
 
The Handy Round produced great rounds, with Tivoli Z and French taking first, Bourgeois and Duck Duck Goose earning second. Iwasaki and Illusion rounded out the top three, with Stiegler and Playlist in fourth and French in the fifth through eighth spots.
In the end, it was French and Laura Hite’s Tivoli Z who took home the blue ribbon, with Bourgeois and Amy Bean’s Duck Duck Goose earning second place. French and Elizabeth Gabler’s Soldier rounded out the top three and an impressive ride from young rider Iwasaki on Dogwood Hill LLC’s Illusion took home fourth place honors.
Nicole Bourgeois and Duck Duck Good
Photo by Alden Corrigan for West Palms Events
 
Congratulations to all the riders and horses on a wonderful International Hunter Derby and thank you to San Marcos training and Corinne Bevis on your continued support of the Central California Horse Show Series!
 
John French and Tivoli Z win the USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by San Marcos Training
From left: Corinne Bevis of San Marcos Training, John French on Tivoli Z and Taylor Spooner of West Palms
Photo by Flying Horse Photography for West Palms
 
USHJA International Hunter Derby  Presented by San Marcos Training results:
Place Number Horse Owner Rider Overall Score
1 534 Tivoli Z Laura Hite John French 370.5
2 391 Duck Duck Goose Amy Bean Nicole Bourgeois 363
3 604 Soldier Elizabeth Gabler John French 360.5
4 178 Illusion Dogwood Hill Llc Augusta Iwasaki 358
5 636 Cocoluxe Ashland Farms Demi Stiegler 353
6 212 Small Gesture Iwasaki & Reilly John French 352
7 607 Cabana VDL Amanda Flint John French 338.5
8 127 Concargo Ava Lakey John French 335
9 192 Double Play Gail Morey Missy Froley 327
10 589 Chupa Chup Jaime Glenn Jan Humphrey 319
11 635 Playlist Tate Beteta Demi Stiegler 316.5
12 456 Ferret Van’t Heike Antonio Maurer Adam Ottomanelli 286
Enjoy the rest of the weekend here at the Central California Oak Tree Classic, and be sure to attend the following events to wrap up the week!
Year End Finale Party at CaliPaso Winery
Sponsored by Waldenbrook Farm
Saturday, November 12, 6:30PM
 
Compton Jr Posse Brunch and Fundraiser in the Lounge
Sponsored by JMJ Ranch
Sunday, November 13, 9AM
 
Find our 2017 Horse Show Calendar by clicking here and stay up to date on the 2017 show season by  visiting our  website  and following us on  Facebook , Instagram andTwitter !
 
Danielle Ballard for West Palms Events
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