2017 Final Standings

1 Richie Moloney 287
2 Mclain Ward 279
3 Daniel Bluman






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Three Times a Winner for Daniel Bluman, after taking the $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix CSI**** presented by SOVARO®

Brianne Goutal and McLain Ward round out the top three after the nail-biting jump-off round. For the third time this week, Daniel Bluman led the victory gallop around the spectacular grand prix field of the Hampton Classic Horse Show, as he topped the list of 31 starters Sunday afternoon, winning the $300,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix CSI**** presented by SOVARO®. The unofficial end of the summer season, Grand Prix Sunday at the Classic wrapped up a fantastic week of top international show jumping competition. Daniel Bluman receives his awards from Tom and Jeanne Tisbo of SOVARO, together with Hampton Classic Executive Director Shanette Barth-Cohen. © The Book, LLC. With a late draw working in his



Yasmin Rizvi Wins the $25,000 Campbell Stables Show Jumping Derby presented by Boar's Head at the Hampton Classic Horse Show

Yasmin Rizvi won the $25,000 Campbell Stables Show Jumping Derby Sunday morning at the Hampton Classic, on the final day of competition of this year's horse show, beating Coco Fath by milliseconds in the two-horse jump-off. Yasmin Rizvi and Lumiere won the $25,000 Campbell Stables Junior-Amateur Show Jumping Derby, presented by Boar's Head. © Shawn McMillen Photography. Rain was expected to make an already challenging jumper course even harder on the last day of the 2017 Hampton Classic Horse Show, but the Grand Prix Ring was spared Sunday morning, as nothing fell from the grey clouds sitting low atop of the spectacular grand prix ring. In spite of this, Yasmin Rizvi, from Greenwich, CT, found herself



Emma Kurtz and Due West take the $10,000 Hermes Hunter Classic at the Hampton Classic Horse Show

Lucador named Grand Hunter Champion Seventeen-year-old Emma Kurtz from Hudson, OH, won the $10,000 Hermes Hunter Classic Sunday morning at the Hampton Classic, the final hunter competition at the 42nd edition of the horse show. Just seven points separated the top five finishers, illustrating how close and consistent the level of competition was in the Anne Aspinall hunter ring today. Emma Kurtz and Due West won the $10,000 Hermes Hunter Classic at the Hampton Classic. © Shawn McMillen Photography As a light rain fell over the competition, Kurtz piloted Popish Farms' Due West to the head of the class, competing at the 3'6" height level over two rounds. With a first round score of 86, the pair returned second



Ireland's Shane Sweetnam Captures the $50,000 Longines Cup at the Hampton Classic

Ireland's Shane Sweetnam led a six-horse foot race to the finish Saturday at the Hampton Classic, coming out on top in the $50,000 Longines Cup. His partner was Main Road, owned by Sweet Oak Farm and Seabrook LLC. Shane Sweetnam received a Longines watch for winning Saturday's $50,000 Longines Cup at the Hampton Classic. © The Book, LLC. Forty-six started the class over the imposing 1.60 meter course designed by Alan Wade of Tipperary, Ireland. First to go in the jump-off, Andrew Ramsay of the USA set a very quick, clean pace of 35.32 seconds with California 62, which proved difficult to beat while keeping the jumps up. Catherine Tyree was not able to catch Ramsay's time, but was followed by Sweetnam who then