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32/ JULY2017 THE RIDER


Girl Power! It was Raining Women Last Night at the First Super Saturday of the Season


Angelstone Tournaments is proud to announce a huge podium win for McGuIRE


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three female Canadian riders, Kim Farlinger, Quincy Hayes and Beth Un- derhill. Farlinger and mount, Charming Force B captured the $25, 000 purse last night with a slick ride in the jump-off, finishing an entire two seconds faster than her fellow competitors at 37.60. Beth Underhill and her fabulous Count Me In finished just behind Farlinger, ringing in a double clear as well, but not quite speedy enough to top the class. Young professional, Quincy Hayes and her wonderful gelding Calgary 56 gave it their all in round one, which landed them a spot in the jump-off of just four competitors. Hayes’ impressive effort continued into the jump-off, as she jumped another clear track, but just narrowly missed Underhill’s time by less than a third of a sec- ond at 39.90. Hayes and Calgary 56 have certainly been feeling the vibe at Angelstone Tournaments this week, as they have managed to place top six in every FEI class at the Erin Welcome CSI1*. Huge congratulations on such consistency, Ms. Hayes! Hugh Graham has been another one to watch this week, as he not only


managed to jump a super clean track in last night’s Grand Prix, but as well in Thursday night’s $10, 000 Open Welcome, where he jumped double clear to place just shy of first. Last night, though a strong effort in the first class,


Beth Underhill, Kim Farlinger & Quincy Hayes


one rail in the jump-off cost him that podium finish. None the less, he has made his mark in the Angelstone Tournaments’ FEI leaderboards throughout the week. Riders Mac Cone, Kevin Crosby, and Kathryn


Photo Credit @ Mackenzie Clark for Ben Radvanyi Photography


Keean White Celebrates another FEI Victory at Home


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his way with the girls, Keean White adds the $1000 FEI Speed to his list of accom- plishments so far at Angelstone Tourna- ments. Having won during the short time he had arrived home late this weekend, Keean claimed the Modified Grand Prix winning title aboard his lovely, Corette after a double-clear effort in the jump-off on Sunday afternoon. The Headwater’s Cup had barely commenced yesterday, and White managed to capture the first FEI win of the week with his mount Casandra, owned by Harthill Farm. Winning only by .3 of a second against his Canadian-born teammate Sam Pegg, Keean White hunted to a clean finish, beating Pegg’s Caroqua- dos T in a close Speed class second where only time and carefulness was the name of the game in order to capture the $1,000 purse. Bianca Lafontaine’s Boris 218 and An- drew Kocher’s Pebbles IV finished up the


Call it a home field advantage or just Kim Farlinger & Charming Force B


Dafoe showed some fantastic maneuvering around a tough Saturday night track, managing to leave the jumps up, but just coming shy of that time allowed. It was the girls’ turn to own the podium, as champagne was flying and the proud owners and family members were snap- ping pictures and enjoying the fabulous evening sun- shine. We’d like to thank our generous sponsors, Ride Every Stride, for hosting a great kick-off to the Super Saturday season – we hope you enjoyed the view from the centre of the ring! It is certainly the best seat in the house.


Keean White & Casandra. Photo Credit @ Mackenzie Clark for Ben Radvanyi Photography


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Keean White & Casandra. Photo Credit @ Mackenzie Clark for Ben Radvanyi Photography


Casandra who entered the ring at a respectable tenth place in the order, maintained their win throughout the remainder of the class due to the mare’s consistency in keeping the fences up, and as well in her ability to finish in re- spectable time. Let’s hope Keean’s success continues into tonight’s night class, where Keean will be aboard a three-mare threat of Carrera in fourth, Casandra in fifteenth, and Corette in thirty-sixth in the order. Wishing Keean and his fellow Headwater’s Cup Open Welcome competitors the best of luck in to- morrow’s evening class.


class with the fastest times to beat, coming in hot at a time of 66.57 and 66.89. Their unfor- tunate finishes of 11th and 12th, though ex- tremely impressive in terms of the ability they demonstrated on the field, both contracted un- fortunate rails despite their quick times, which cost them the high placings they hoped for in the ribbons. Keean and his fine chestnut mare,


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