By Nicki Shahinian-Simpson Nicki Shahinian-Simpson had a successful career as a junior rider in the East, where she won both the ASPCA Maclay National Championship and the U.S. Medal Championship. After moving to the West Coast, Nicki continued to place well in major Grand Prix events and has competed in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and
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Tuesday, September 27 2016 by Editor
Media Contact: Sara Lowenstein 614.416.7100 firstname.lastname@example.org McLain Ward and Tina La Boheme Claim The New Albany Classic Event reaches $30 million raised for The Center for Family Safety and Healing [New Albany, Ohio] September 25, 2016 – In a highly competitive field that included three Silver Medal-winning members of the United States Show Jumping Olympic team, McLain Ward and Tina La Boheme emerged from the group of 25 riders to claim the Authentic Cup and their share of the $125,000 prize money at the 19 th annual New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day . This marks the fourth win for Ward at The New Albany Classic (including 2004 on Goldika, 2011 on Pjotter Van De Zonnehoeve, 2012 on Pjotter Van De Zonnehoeve). Photo: Curtis Wallis Founded and hosted by Abigail Wexner at her home in New Albany, Ohio, the FEI CSI 2* and USEF 5* rated competition drew over 15,000 attendees and generated more than $1.7 million to support family violence initiatives in central Ohio provided by The Center for Family Safety & Healing . This year’s class was formidable, with 9 riders of the 25 combinations going clear over the Richard Jeffery designed course.
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Undoubtedly the most all around accomplished Equestrian I have had the pleasure to meet. We have a sit down on the tailgate of her pick up truck field side at the International Polo Club. As a side note, she played in the 26 goal semifinals shortly after our interview!
Nacho Figueras and John Walsh competing in the Neil Hirsch Boys and Girls Club fundraising match at Grand Champions Polo in Wellington Florida.
Friday, March 07 2014 by Editor
Eirin talks about working your way up the ranks Internationally. Her aspirations for the future and training with Lauren Hough and Norman Dello Joio the last year.
Wednesday, January 22 2014 by Editor
Legendary in the Polo world, the Bostwick Family are one of the few American Dynasties in the sport.