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$60,000 Grand Prix of California presented by Equ Lifestyle Boutique


Place Horse 1


2 3 4 5 6 7


8 9


10 11


Rider Cristallo Billy Mexico


Coral Reef Follow Me II Luebbo Revenge


NKH Calango


Ramona de Flobecq Legis Venice


Legis Touch The Sun Samson II


Coral Reef Baloufi no 12 NJK No Regret


Richard Spooner Vani Khosla


Mandy Porter Jamie Barge Shelley Fellers


Christian Heineking Thilo Schulz


Jenni McAllister Jenni McAllister Zazou Hoff man Mandy Porter Nicole Haunert


Owner


Show Jumping Syndications, Int’l Vani Khosla


Coral Reef Ranch Kylie Co


Shelley Fellers NKH, LLC


Nicole Peterson Legisequine.com Legisequine.com Dogwood Hill Llc Coral Reef Ranch


NJK Show Jumpers, Inc.


Faults/Time 0/0/33.756 0/0/33.794 0/0/35.156 0/4/40.062 0/4/36.379 0/8/37.853 0/8/45.784 0/12/40.61 0/NS


1/80.014 1/80.066 4/76.346


$7,500 Interactive Mortgage Horses 10-under Series Qualifier Place Horse


Rider


1 Quintus 2 3 4 5 6 7


Elrito


Aurora’s Diamond Charming’s Spezial Cala d’Or


8


Costena La Silla Flashdance Dee Jee


Allison Kroff


Jason Mcardle Rich Fellers Allison Kroff


Morgan Dickerson Nicole Haunert Jamie Sailor Nayel Nassar


Owner Beth Buchanan


Fairbanks Valley Farm, LLC Alder Lane Farm, LLC Beth Buchanan


Morgan Dickerson Lynne Bollinger Felyn Farms Nayel Nassar


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didn’t go top speed to the last jump - I felt as though I was fast enough one-two-three that I could rest on my laurels a lit le and it worked out this time,” he said. “I thought it was an excel- lent class. We’re lucky to have a course designer of Guilherme’s level here. He does an incredible job and I thought that Blenheim EquiSports did a great job with the show.”


Spooner and 19-year-old


Faults/Time 34.912/0 35.004/0 35.143/0 36.998/0 37.986/0 39.014/0 32.842/4 32.997/4


Cristallo have countless wins in the books, but each one is still special. For today’s win, Spooner took home a pair of Roeckl Sports gloves, a set of EquiFit horse boots, and a SmartPak cooler. Along with the prizes and recognition, he has the horse of a lifetime to share the winning experience with. “We’ve had a very long and


extraordinary relationship, and it just amazes me that he is still fi t and strong,” Spooner added of Cristallo. “He didn’t do any class- es this week; he just came out for the grand prix and he nailed it. How could I possibly say enough about how I feel about that horse?” $7,500 Interactive Mortgage Horses 10-under Futurity Qualifi er


Allison Kroff and 8-year-old


Quintus led the victory gallop aſt er an exhilarating jump-off of 12 young horses in the $7,500 Interactive Mortgage Horses 10-under Futurity qualifi er, held just before the grand prix. Kroff blazed around the shortened course with her big-strided mount, making the winning decision to leave out a stride in the last line. “I know that my horse has a


really big step and sometimes that’s to my disadvantage but in jump-off s it’s always to my advantage. I can leave steps out where sometimes other horses can’t,” Kroff explained. “In the last line I wanted to do the six, even though a lot of people were thinking it wasn’t really there.” The challenging yet fair track


Vani Khosla and Billy Mexico led much of the way with a seemingly unbeatable 33.79 seconds.


made for riveting competition. “Guilherme builds such great


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