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Monday, December 19 2016 by Editor
By Emily Riden It doesn’t take long into a conversation with Lolly McLellan before one is struck by the young rider’s poise and determination — traits that are also evident every time the 17-year-old steps foot in the show ring. That same composure and resolve are also what have landed the Oregon native where she
Bridget Hallman and Gray Slipper Photo by Michelle Bloch With acclaimed champion hunters including Gray Slipper (pictured with owner Bridget Hallman), Dream Date, Sambalino, Popeye K and Declaration among the list of past winners of the Future Hunter division at the Capital Challenge Horse Show, the division has become a ‘star search’ for future champions
Tuesday, October 08 2013 by Editor
Upper Marlboro, MD – October 5, 2013 - The World Championship Hunter Rider (WCHR) Developing Professional Challenge saw 28 talented entries, but there was one pair that stood out from beginning to end.
West Side Story for Sidelines Magazine By Holly Hugo-Vidal Nick Haness — California Born and Bred Relatively speaking, Nick Haness is the new kid on the block; however he’s not all that new to the horse show scene. As a junior, he was very successful – acting almost as a junior and a professional —
Three Grand Champion Awards Presented in Amateur and Adult Hunters at 2012 Capital Challenge Horse Show
Friday, October 05 2012 by Editor
Tracy Scheriff-Muser with Absolut and Macallan. © Shawn McMillen Photography Upper Marlboro, MD – The 2012 Capital Challenge Horse Show continued today with competition for the amateur and adult hunter riders, along with a evening session final for Children’s/Adult Jumpers. Tracy Scheriff-Muser and Absolut captured the Grand Amateur-Owner 3’6” Hunter Championship, while Nancy Hooker and Castlewalk were named the Grand Amateur-Owner 3’3” Hunter Champions
Tuesday, October 02 2012 by Editor
Upper Marlboro, MD – October 1, 2012 – The Capital Challenge Horse Show kicked off hunter competition today at the Prince George’s Equestrian Center. Ten divisions had their opening classes, and the class winners were honored in presentations.
Lillie Keenan Wins North American Junior Equitation Championship at Capital Challenge Equitation Weekend
Monday, October 01 2012 by Editor
Upper Marlboro, MD – September 30, 2012 – The Capital Challenge Equitation Championship Weekend, presented by Bigeq.com , hosted three equitation finals today, starting with the North American Junior Equitation Championship, in which Lillie Keenan took home the big win on Clearway, owned by Heritage Farm. Sydney Hutchins was victorious in the Taylor Harris Insurance Services (THIS) National Children’s Medal Finals, while Annie Finch won the blue ribbon in the North American Adult Amateur Equitation Finals.