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By Britney Grover Portraits by Shawna Simmons To anyone who’s followed the national hunter-jumper world in the last decade, Victoria “Tori” Colvin is a household name. Her record-setting talent on horseback seems almost magical. From ponies and Best Child Rider awards to three consecutive wins in the USHJA International Hunter Derby Championships, Tori’s accomplishments remain
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By Lauren R. Giannini Victoria (Tori) Colvin, now 16 and driving, has been racking up rosettes, tri-colors and various Best Child/Junior Rider titles for many years. As a very young catch rider she climbed on the freshest, hottest ponies and rode so chilly and with such finesse that they went quietly and well on course.
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Friday, June 28 2013 by Editor
Lake Placid, New York—June 28, 2013—While rain forced cancellation of the featured jumper classes Friday at the 44 th annual Lake Placid Horse Show, Presented by Sea Shore Stables, LLC, many of the hunter classes ran as scheduled. Classes in the Richard M.
USHJA International Hunter Derby Closes Show in Style By Devon Walder The final day of Devon was off to a beautiful start; the sun was shining, a nice breeze was blowing, and spectators lined the stands waiting for the first Hunter Derby rider to enter the in-gate. The ring was filled with hunter-style jumps–natural wood, shrubbery, a crisp hedge roll top, and numerous branches decorated a series of obstacles. The Derby is a unique set of classes, with fences set to different heights so riders can chose the high of low option for varying points.