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How Fair Hill Broke the Internet continued...


dressage to sit in 36th place. T e pair ran around the CCI2* course like old pros,


jumping


clean with 12.8 time faults. T ey moved up to 19th place after cross-country and stayed there when one rail fell in show jumping. Grace ended up not only being the top Marylander in the division, but the second highest young rider, earning the 2016 Young Rider Reserve Championship. Cary Chavis of Washington, DC was also competing at the FHI for the fi rst time this year. He and his own Game On had a rough start, scoring a 72.7 on the fi rst day of dressage to sit in 43rd place. T ey jumped clean on cross- country, moving up to a tie for 27th place with 14 time faults. Even with two rails dropped in show jumping, the pair moved up to 26th place overall. Game On is only seven years old and


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we are sure we will see this pair out competing at FHI again! T is year’s CCI2* was won by Jennie Brannigan of Pennsylvania riding Stella Artois. T e pair scored a 44.5 in dressage to sit in second place and then moved into fi rst after jumping clean and inside the time on cross-country day. T ey jumped double clean again in show jumping to win on their dressage score.


Young Event Horse Champs


Grace Fulton and Wild Orange earned the Young Rider Reserve Championship in the CCI2*.


were down this year in the CCI divisions,


were huge,


East Coast Young Event Horse Championships nearly doubling in


entries. T e large divisions were split between fi ve-year-olds and four-year-olds, and took up most of the day for the dressage phase on T ursday. In the Five-Year-Old division,


Tim Bourke of Ireland (based out of Virginia) and Matt Flynn of Pennsylvania (Seneca Valley Pony Club graduate and former


Although entry numbers the


Marylander) were tied for fi rst place after dressage, both scoring an 87.6%. Tim’s Dutch Warmblood Foreign Quality scored better in conformation and the jumping phase to win the championship on a fi nal score of 88.77%. Matt’s mount Get Gaudi, also a Dutch Warmblood, owned by Flynn, LLC, earned the reserve championship with a fi nal score of 87.08%.


Matt then


Former Marylander Matt Flynn won the 4-Year-Old East Coast Young Event Horse Championship with 2 A.M. (pictured) and the 5-Year-Old Reserve Championship with Get Gaudi.


won the Four- Y ear-O ld championship with the Dutch Warmblood 2 A.M., also owned by Flynn, LLC. T e gelding was in the middle of the standings after dressage but his 94.5% in jumping, combined with a 79.8% for conformation, moved him into the top spot with a fi nal score of


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