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Celebrating Maryland’s National & Miscellaneous Award Winners


YOUR MARYLAND HORSE COUNCIL PUBLICATION


Tanya Johnson rode her own Arlington to win the USHJA Zone 3 championships in both the 2’3’’ Hunter and 2’6’’ Hunter divisions for 2020.


Hilltop Farm’s Riverman, who died in 2020, still found himself as the USEF’s Eventing Sire of the Year for the sixth time. He has also earned the reserve champion honors in this category three times. Riverman was also ranked seventh on the USEF’s Hunter Breeding Sire list for 2020.


Madi Simpson and Call Me Classy won the Maryland T oroughbred Eventing Series for the Recognized Event division. Simpson is 16 years old and lives in Georgetown, DE. She has owned Call Me Classy, whose Jockey Club name is Dozer, for two years. T e pair competed at the Novice level in 2020. T ey train with Mallory Distler at Baypoint Equestrian Center in Berlin.


Maryland was represented by four riders this past season in the 2020 US Eventing Asso- ciation year-end championships. At the Nov- ice level, Paige Ansaldi of Ellicott City was the top Intercollegiate Rider and top Young Adult Rider. Ansaldi competes for the University of Maryland’s Eventing Team. Carlin Keefe of Sandy Spring rode two horses to earn the Train- ing Junior Rider championship. She is pictured above riding Flintstar, owned by her mother Rumsey Keefe and grandmother Trish Gil- bert. At the Preliminary level, sister Ryan Keefe earned the Intercollegiate Rider title. And fi nal- ly, Ema Klugman of Clarksburg was named the 2020 USEA Classic Series champion for her scores at the Waredaca Classic 3Day.


Anthony Bladen’s Prettiest Of All earned the 2020 National Snaffl e Bit Association World Champion Hunter Under Saddle Longe Line title. She was shown by Gavin Pope.


Sixteen year old Bailey Riemer (originally from Jordon, WY and now working at Dr. Mike Odi- an’s farm) is a fourth generation draft horse driv- er who recently won big at the World Percheron Congress, held in Iowa last October. Riemer was named the Overall Senior Youth Showman 15 to 18 Year Old at the fi nals, which are held every four years in Canada and the US. In addition she earned the World Champion Junior Driver titles in Senior Junior Driver Cart, Senior Junior Driver Team and Junior Decorating classes. She also fi nished second in the Junior Showmanship class and sixth place in the Horse Judging class.


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Austin T. Morris of Summerwind Farm (Da- mascus) rode John Wayne Tag to earn top National Reining Horse Association Top Ten Standings: Intermediate Open, Limited Open and Rookie Professional. Morris also was ranked second in the Rookie Professional stand- ings riding Michael J. Riley’s Smart Sara Roos.


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