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TRIPLE CROWN ARENA FOOTING SPECIALISTS


We off er a large selection of sand & amended footing!


The 22-over podium celebration, featuring winner David Scapa (center), Reserve Carly Sereni (left) and Theresa Boucher.


to fence 11 as the built-in tests. Going fi ſt h in the posted order, Kaitlin Perry scored 86 and held the lead until the fi nal rider. Entering in the arena for his fi rst medal fi nal, David Scapa was last to go. Executing a beautiful round,


Scapa rode his aunt Holly Scapa’s horse Dream Catcher to a dazzling score of 90 and jumped into the top spot. The fi rst class of Sunday morning, Round Two of the


22-over Championship Final, asked riders to demonstrate three built-in tests: trot fence 11, walk aſt er fence 12, and then execute a half turn on the haunches and exit the ring. Going in reverse of day one’s order of go, Scapa was the fi rst to compete in the second round of competition. He laid down the gauntlet again, scoring an 86, and lead the class going into the work-off . Dream Catcher, known


Brooke Morin and her mount, Boss, were made for the big eq ring, claiming the 14-under title.


• Airfoot™ - A mixture of nylon, rubber, foam, and fi ber. Reduces compaction and promotes water retention.


• Lightfoot™ - A fabric mixture with nylon, rubber, and foam. Used best with new or old sand and some rubber additive (if needed). Promotes water retention and footing stability.


• EuroFelt® - A fabric based material providing cush and helping to stabilize sand. Promotes a consistent surface.


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