Monday, November 21 2016 by Editor
DOUBLE HEADER DERBY FRIDAY WEEK II AT THE ATLANTA FALL CLASSICS! Julie Curtin pilots Whitney over a jump on their way to the win in yesterday’s $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Legend For Immediate Release: November 19, 2016 [Conyers, Georgia] It was a double header Derby Day yesterday, Week II of the Atlanta Fall Classics held at the Georgia International Horse Park. The morning started out with the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby, presented by Legend and Wesley Wilson’s Whitney , ridden by Julie Curtin of Woodstock, Georgia, galloped away with the blue besting thirteen horse and rider teams to win the class with a combined score of 182. Curtin and Whitney led the class after posting the highest round score of 90 and maintained their lead in the Handy round after earning a second round score of 92.
By Doris Degner-Foster George Morris is a charming man with impeccable manners. “What you see is what I am: old breeches, old sweaters, that’s me,” he said modestly. Perhaps someone who didn’t know him might think he was just a kind uncle who had come to the barn to visit his young relatives.
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