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d’Archonfosse, Cassio Rivetti said that he hoped his second-place fin- ish would help to secure his spot on the Brazilian team at the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ USA CSIO5* at Deeridge Farms in two weeks. “I don’t know if I’m still on the team, but for sure, [she’ll be the fifth horse]. We’ll see what the chef d’equipe decides,” said Rivetti, whose performance on Sunday also moved him into second place in the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ North American Western Sub-League. As part of the Longines FEI

Jumping World Cup™ North American League, the start list for the qualifier boasted many of the top international names in the sport, including Beezie Madden (USA) and Karl Cook (USA), the two cur- rent leaders of the North American Eastern and Western Sub-Leagues, respectively, and World No.1 in the Longines Rankings, Martin Fuchs of Switzerland. “I’m just delighted at the

quality of the sport and the riders and horses that are coming to the event,” said Lou Jacobs, Series Co- Founder alongside siblings Charlie Jacobs and Katie Jacobs Robinson. “We’re trying to continually rein- vent ourselves and become better each year. It’s well on its way.” For Kenny, who co-owns

Classic Dream with Ann Thomp- son, victory in the Longines FEI

Creel of Canadian Pacific, Joan and Lou Jacobs of the Palm Beach Masters Series®, and FEI Foreign Judge Malu Arrambide.

Jumping World Cup™ Wellington Pre- sented by Canadian Pacific is a harbinger of good things to come. “I always felt [Classic Dream] was a top grand prix horse and that he could go to the highest level. I think he’s only starting to show that now,” Kenny said. “I think in the future, he’ll be one of the best horses in the world.” The 2020 Palm Beach Masters Se-

ries® at Deeridge Farms continues Febru- ary 11-16, 2020 with Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Week CSIO5*/CSI2*, featuring the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ USA, the only qualifier in the country for Nations Cup Fi- nals in Barcelona, Spain.

Results: $213,300 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Wellington Presented by Canadian Pacific 1- Darragh Kenny (IRL), Classic Dream 0/36.70 2- Cassio Rivetti (BRA), Bacara d’Archon- fosse 0/38.29 3- Devin Ryan (USA), Eddie Blue 0/39.00

Top Left: Devin Ryan (USA) and Eddie Blue finished third. Photo by Kathy Rus- sell Photography.

Bottom Left: Cassio Rivetti (BRA) and Bacara d’Archonfosse finished second. Photo by Kathy Russell Photography

Jessica Springsteen Wins Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider Award at Winter Equestrian Festival Week Four

Wellington, FL – Jessica Springsteen of the United States claimed the Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider Award on Saturday, February 1, during week four of the 12-week Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL. Having placed sixth

in the $73,000 Equinimity WEF Challenge Cup Round 4 held Thursday, January 30, on the Derby Field, Springsteen returned to Equestrian Village on Saturday for the $214,000 CSI4* Marshall & Sterling / Great American Insur- ance Group Grand Prix. Riding Volage du Val Henry, Springsteen once again contested the jump- off, eventually placing third and securing her first Leading Lady title of the 2020 season. “I’m so happy with

her; she jumped amazing,” said Springsteen of Volage du Val Henry, an 11-year- old Selle Français mare (Quidam de Revel x Cassini I) owned by Stone Hill Farm. “She’s just been in such good shape these past couple months. She was great on Thursday, and I thought I was pretty quick. In the grand prix, I wanted to go for it a little bit more. We still weren’t quite fast enough, but she’s such a talented horse. I

Rider Award. A former competitor herself, Joli- coeur enjoyed a successful international show jump- ing career before becom- ing Florida’s number one Douglas Elliman real es- tate broker for 2018. Based in Wellington

Jessica Springsteen riding Volage du Val Henry placed third in the $214,000 CSI4* Marshall & Sterling / Great American Insurance Group Grand Prix to claim the

Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider Award at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL. Photo by Jump Media

love riding her.” In recognition of

claiming the title, Spring- steen was presented with a bottle of champagne, a bouquet of flowers, and a gift certificate for a shop- ping spree at Hunt, Ltd. by sponsor Martha W. Joli- coeur, who was joined for the presentation by her fi- ancé, Dr. Stephen Norton. “This sport is so

unique in that we compete with women and men in the same competitions,” said Springsteen, 28, of Colts Neck, NJ. “I think it’s really special in that

way, and it’s always so nice that they give the Leading Lady award every week. I was really excited to win.” Throughout WEF,

the Martha Jolicoeur Lead- ing Lady Rider Award, given in memory of fellow realtor and horseman Dale Lawler,

is presented

weekly to the high-score female rider based on per- formances in the weekly WEF Challenge Cup Se- ries and grand prix events. During the 12th and final week of competition, the Martha Jolicoeur Overall

Leading Lady Rider Award will be presented to the female rider who accu- mulates the most points throughout the season. So far this season, Lillie Keenan of the United States and Great Britain’s Amanda Derbyshire have won the award and are now joined by Springsteen in contending for the over- all title. A sponsor and dedicated supporter of horse sport at WEF for many years, 2020 marks Jolicoeur’s 10th season presenting the weekly Leading Lady

full-time, Jolicoeur has been serving the Welling- ton equestrian community since 2005 and specializes in both residential and farm properties. As part of the elite Douglas Elliman Real Estate Sports and En- tertainment division, she offers a wide range of property listings that fit the equestrian lifestyle. To learn more about Martha W. Jolicoeur and her list- ings,

visit m. Follow her on Face- book and Instagram for be- hind-the-scenes tours of available Wellington prop- erties.

About Martha W. Joli- coeur

Buying or selling a

property with Martha Joli- coeur assures the highest level of professional real estate consultation in the Wellington


community. Jolicoeur un- derstands the importance of customer excellence and prides herself on deal- ing honestly and fairly

Left to right: Martha Jolicoeur presents Jessica Spring- steen with the Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider

Award with Dr. Stephen Norton during week four of the Winter Equestrian Festival. Photo by Jump Media

while creating relation- ships with her customers that continue far beyond a business transaction. For more information on Martha Jolicoeur and her

listings, visit m or find her on Facebook and Instagram.

Darragh Kenny joins the presentation party of (left to right) Keith Creel and Ginger

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