Sports

by Carola Lott

The Fitch’s Corner Event last weekend was a triumph. Of the 333 horses entered, 280 were stabled in tents at the farm. 350 competitors, hosted by the Lofgren Agency's, came to the Meet the Champions buffet on Friday evening at which four Olympic riders served as celebrity bartenders.

Phillip Dutton rode five horses, Boyd Martin and Allison Springer both rode four horses. Kerry Millikin...

by Carola Lott

The Fitch’s Corner Horse Trials this weekend promises to be bigger and better than ever. Of the 325 horses entered in the competition – 20 percent more than last year– 275 are coming from what might be called a distance.  Horses from Canada, Mississippi and Florida with their riders are all eager to participate in what has become one of the season’s favorite equestrian events.  Acres...

Heathcote defeats Gardenvale 14-7
by Carola Lott

The finals of the Tracey Mactaggart Challenge Cup took place Sunday afternoon at Mashomack. The tournament has been held every summer for the past five years in memory of Tracey Mactaggart, a great friend of many people in Millbrook. The match had been postponed until late in the afternoon due the heat.  However, despite a thunderstorm that cooled things off earlier in the afternoon, the...

by Carola Lott

Seven hundred and forty people from here, there and everywhere else turned out for Mashomack’s 16th Annual International Polo Challenge and Luncheon on Saturday, June 22.  A Champagne Reception began at noon gave guests who had come dressed to the nines - coats and ties for the gentlemen and summery dresses and large hats for the ladies – the chance to admire each other and place their...

by Carola Lott

On Saturday, June 22, the 16th Annual Mashomack International Polo Challenge will take place at the Mashomack Polo Club. The eight goal tournament, sponsored this year by Nespresso, if not the premier social event of the season is certainly the largest. Last year over 700 people from Long Island, Connecticut, Westchester and the city turned out for the lunch held in an enormous white tent at...

by Carola Lott

Sunday was an ideal day for a marathon -  sunny with the temperature in the 60’s. In fact it was so perfect that I might have considered running myself. Or not. 

A children’s triathlon (swim/bike run) as well as a one mile run were the first events of the morning. The children’s events were followed by a 5K walk/run and an eight mile run both of which went off together....

by Gayla Cawley

The Amenia Monarchs had two wins at home, over Tribury and Prospect, before losing Sunday to Torrington on the road. 

 

 

Amenia took on Tribury at home on Tuesday, June 4, and had a 3-to-1 victory. The Monarchs were able to make the most of their opportunities and play small ball to...