Sports

July 27, 2015

The early morning rain ended just in time for two exciting polo matches at Mashomack.

In the Nueva Escocia Buena Vista defeated Tres Cuatros 15 to 10.  The most valuable player was Bauti Crotto of Buena Vista.

Heathcote won the Eddie Moore for the third year in a row defeating Gardenvale 13-8. The most valuable player was Tatin Zubiaurre.  His mare Enrerriana won the Best Playing Pony blanket.

Please check our sports page for a gallery of photographs of the matches.

 

 

1065 The Millbrook Foxhounds at the Sunday lunch- photo by Carola Lott 1068 Donald Tober, Parker Gentry and Barbara Tober with the Millbrook foxhounds – photo by Pat Ike 1066 Rebecca Coffin-Vickery on Sir Zirr – photo by Kirsten Edlund    

July 24, 2015


Friday July 24 

3:30 pm Tres Cuatros vs Stone Rows

 

Saturday July 25

10:00 am Smithfield vs Rest of Mashomack


 

July21, 2015

Former Olympian and U.S. Chef d’Equipe David O’Connor will present the second annual $5,000 Charles Owen Award to United States Equestrian Federation’s (USEF) high-performance eventing riders. Top riders including Olympians Boyd Martin, Philip Dutton and Buck Davidson are regular competitors at the trials.

O’Connor is a member of the U.S. Eventing Hall of Fame and was named Chef d’Equipe of the U.S. eventing team in 2013. “I’m delighted to present this award to these top riders who are role models not only as gifted equestrians but for setting important safety standards in the sport,” O’Connor said.

Charles Owen, the leading British helmet maker for more than 100 years, last year donated $15,000 to create a three-year award to recognize a person or team who has made a significant contribution to highlighting safety in the sport.

July 21, 2015

Open Preliminary  Ferial Johnson & Bali Hai

Preliminary Horse  Kristen Bond & Enough Already

Preliminary Rider-A  Erika Nesler & Right Above It

Preliminary Rider-B  Alison Lindsay & Darragh Promise

Junior Open Raining-A   Alice Roosevelt & South Park

Junior Open Training-B  Mia Colman &Downtown Getdown

Open Training  Carol Kozlowski & Main Attraction

Training Horse-A          Caitlin Silliman & MacMahan Himself

Training Horse-B          Allison Springer & Gold Dust Moon

Training Rider-A          Mary May & Walla Walla Bing Bang

Training Rider-B          John Roach & Royal View

Junior Open Novice  Lizzie Chamberlain & Theodora

Novice HorseAllison Springer & Fairvoya S

Novice MastersRebecca Coffin-Vickery & Sirr Zirr

Novice Rider-ANicole Dubou & Sullivan’s Promise

Novice Rider-BLawrence Ross & Steel Commander

The Eddie Moore tournament heads into the finals.  The schedule for this week:

Wednesday July 22nd

5.30 pm  Hawk Hill vs Gardenvale  

Thursday July 23rd

5:00 pm Smithfield vs Heathcote         

Nueva Escocia to be played between the second place teams

Friday July 24th

3:30 pm Tres Cuatros vs Stone Rows  

5:30 pm Shekomeko vs Buena Vista    

Sunday July 26th

10am Nueva Escocia Final

12pm Eddie Moore Final

 

July 20, 2015

Despite the over ninety degree weather Millbrook riders left Fitch’s Corner with their fair share of ribbons and silver.

Lizzie Chamberlin won the Barbara Meyer Trophy awarded to the Pony Club member of the NY/Upper CT region with the highest points. Lizzie won the Junior Open Novice on Theodora and placed fifth in same division on Grit Victory.

Alice Roosevelt won Junior Open Training-A on South Park and placed third in Junior Open Training-B on Teddy O’Brien. 

1051 Alice Roosevelt and South Park - photo by Pat Ike

The girls – now young ladies - from Kildare Stables have good reason to be proud of themselves. In Junior Open Beginner Novice-A, Carina Erickson was second on Sparrow and Josephine Duggan finished fourth on Kildare’s Rainbow. Isabel Finemore won Junior Open Beginner Novice-B on Instant Impact. In the same division Josephine Duggan was first in the dressage class to finish third overall on Buster Keaton. Her mother, Madeline Duggan, was third in Open Novice on Kildare’s BGS Dolly.

1052 Josephine Duggan checks Buser Keaton's bridle

In the first weekend of the Eduardo Moore tournament:

Tres Cuatros defeated Shekomeko 12 – 9

Gardenvale defeated Stone Rows 11 - 4

Smithfield  defeated Buena vista 11- 10

Smithfield  defeated Gardenvale 8 - 7

Hawk Hill defeated  Heathcote 9 - 8

 

July 10, 2015

Since they began 15 years ago, the Millbrook Horse Trials have become a “destination event” for top riders who are bringing young horses along as well as for riders vying for spots on U.S. teams. MHT attracts such Olympic-level competitors as Boyd Martin, Phillip Dutton and Buck Davidson well as amateur riders from around the country. MHT has become  This year, over 500 horse-rider pairs are expected. Upper level riders in the Advanced, Intermediate and Preliminary divisions will compete for $25,000 in prize money. 

WaterView, located above the complex of water jumps will be open on Saturday during the upper-level cross-country competition. A professional rider will provide commentary. Tickets for WaterView include transportation to the tent, breakfast and a box lunch.

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