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With the opening of the FEI division Wednesday at the Hampton Classic, it became very obvious, very quickly that every clean round would be earned and not given.
Rachel McMullen wins the Platinum Performance/USEF Talent Search at her First Hampton Classic
If riders could create a theme song for Tuesday morning’s Open Jumper classes, it would be something like “keep away from fence 10-A.”
Animal Adoption Day celebrated its eighth year at the Hampton Classic Monday, with rescue dogs, cats and horses from a variety of animal rescues and shelters on Long Island and beyond on hand.
It takes perseverance and plain old hard work to chase a Championship title for more than ten years. That’s what Victoria Natale of Bayville, NY, has been doing at the Hampton Classic.
Sunday August 26 was opening day of the 43rd Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show, one of the most prestigious hunter-jumper equestrian events in the nation. Showcasing the highest levels of the sport, the world-class event hosts hundreds of top riders and horses from across North America and abroad.
Sandra Ferrell & Hemingway Victorious in $10,000 Marder’s Local Hunter Derby
Georgina Bloomberg had just one goal for Paola 233 at this year’s Hampton Classic - to win the Opening Day grand prix, the $30,000 Boar’s Head Jumper Challenge. They achieved their goal with a flourish, besting a diverse field of 42 starters to take the winner’s purse of $9,000.
Bloomberg, a native of New York, NY, explained that the ‘decisive moment’ in their jump-off round came as Paola landed from fence six and literally pivoted on one foot to the left toward the final combination without having to add any extra steps to complete the turn.
The 43rd Hampton Classic Horse Show opened Sunday morning to a pristine blue sky, welcoming horses and riders from near and far to this spectacular annual equestrian and social event. For the next seven days the Hampton Classic will host the highest levels of competition for hunter-jumper horses and riders of all ages and abilities. From the youngest leadline riders (ages 2+!) all the way to Olympic and World Champions, the prestigious Hampton Classic Horse Show attracts the best of the best.
Sunday's Harmony Home Concierge Opening Day competition began bright and early in the Grand Prix ring with the smallest of the week's competitors, leadline riders ages two to four, followed by the groups for ages five to seven.
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