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VALE IS VICTORIOUS! RIDES BONZINI S AND QUIDAM’S GOOD LUCK TO TOP TWO PLACINGS IN $35,000 OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE GRAND PRIX, PRESENTED BY EMO
Wednesday, June 22 2016 by Editor
Aaron Vale pilots Bonzini S to the win in last night’s $35,000 Outback Steakhouse Grand Prix, presented by EMO during the Week I Atlanta Summer Classics For Immediate Release: June 19, 2016 Conyers, Georgia Last night Aaron Vale of Williston, Florida bested a field of twenty four horse and rider teams and brought home the first and second place ribbons with Thinks Like A Horse Farm’s Bonzini S and Quidam’s Good Luck , owned by Troy Glaus in the $35,000 Outback Steakhouse Grand Prix, presented by EMO . This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the 1996 Olympic Games at the Georgia International Horse Park and to help celebrate, Allen Rheinheimer, Classic Company Course Designer and Technical Coordinator, replicated the 1996 Olympic track, originally designed by Linda Allen. Rheinheimer set the first round time allowed at 86 seconds and only six horse and rider teams advanced to the jump off round
Thursday, August 01 2013 by Editor
Lexington, KY – July 31, 2013 - Although there were grey skies in the area for the second day of the Kentucky Summer Classic, the weather did not dampen the competition in the Rolex Stadium. Both the 1.40m and 1.35m Open Jumper classes were determined by just fractions of a second. As the last in the class, Aaron Vale had the draw on his side as he bested Juan Pablo Gaspar and Shamrock with H&M Cisco in the 1.40m Open Jumpers. In the 1.35m Open Jumpers, Geoffrey Case and Veneziano-C tried to catch Guillermo Williams and Marbella’s speedy time, but were just hundredths of a second short.