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Halie Robinson and Caracas 89 soar to victory in the 2017 Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals - West.


Talent FOUND


USEF Show Jumping Talent Search West fi nals showcase top regional talent


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AN JUAN CAPISTRANO—The third time in the top 10 was the charm for Halie Robinson


in the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals - West. Having placed second and fifth in years past, Robinson rode with precision, consistency and previous experience that earned her the top call in this year’s challenging four-phase competition. USEF Talent Search judges, Andre Dignelli, of Katonah, NY, and Patricia


An impressive fi eld of competitors line up before the 2017 Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals - West on Sept. 24.


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Griffi th of New York City, designed the courses with Anthony D’Ambrosio serving as Technical Delegate. Well- suited for their roles, Dignelli won the prestigious class in 1986, and has since taken countless riders to success at this level; Griffi th was second under Dignelli’s tutelage in 1998 and has been a part of Dignelli’s Heritage Farm since 1997. D’Ambrosio has been a technical delegate as well as a course designer at venues all over the world.Friday morning’s fl at phase asked riders to demonstrate knowledge of the ele-


Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals - West


Pl. Rider


1 Halie Robinson 2 Jayme Omand


5 Kaitlyn Lovingfoss 6 Natalie Templeton 7 Gabriela Pat inson 8 Christina Vail 9 Carolyn Salas 10 Clea Caddell


Trainer(s)


James Hagman Kelly Van Vleck


3 Emma Catherine Reichow Harley Brown 4 Natalie Dean


Butch, Lu and Guy Thomas James Hagman


City


Santa Barbara Sacramento Menlo Park Palo Alto


Canyon Country


Robyn Stiegler and Sophie Simpson Silverado Devon Gibson Kelly Van Vleck


Butch, Lu and Guy Thomas Jill Humphrey


San Juan Capistrano Sacramento San Jose Carmel


Amy McCool photo


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