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Riding Crown 5, She Wins the $10,000 Royalton Farms Open Jumper Class. Georgina Bloomberg of New York, NY, won her second open jumper class in as many days at the Hampton Classic Horse Show on Wednesday. Riding Crown 5, owned by Gotham Enterprizes, LLC, Bloomberg was the fastest of the nine clear rounds in the jump-off to take the $10,000 Royalton Farms Open Jumper 1.45m class in the Grand Prix ring. "It's a great way to start the week," said Bloomberg of her two victories. "My horse is not the fastest; he spends a lot of time in the air, so I knew I had to turn tight. I have not done too many jump-offs with him so I was pleasantly surprised." Georgina Bloomberg and Crown 5 Win $10,000 Royalton Farms Open Jumper Class
Georgina Bloomberg and Todd Minikus Top the $10,000 1.40 Jumper Classes In a five horse jump-off Shane Sweetnam of Ireland claimed victory in the $10,000 Great Southwest Equestrian Center Open Jumper 1.45 m class at the Hampton Classic Horse Show. Katie Cox was second and Beezie Madden, in her first competition since riding on the U.S.'s silver medal team at the Rio Olympic Games, was third. Shane Sweetnam and Main Road Win Great Southwest Equestrian Center Class Madden was the first to go in the jump-off riding Coach, owned by Abigail Wexner. They handled the shortened Alan Wade designed course easily, going clear in a time of 40.230 seconds. Sweetnam went next on Sweet Oak Farm's Main Road, the first of his two
Lauren Reischer Wins Grand Championship The Hampton Classic Horse Show was once again the proud host of the Championship Finals for the Long Island Horse Show Series (LIHSSRD) for Riders with Disabilities, presented by Bridgehampton National Bank. For the 11th consecutive year, the top qualifiers in three divisions competed for year-end titles with Lauren Reischer of New York, NY, winning the Grand championship. Reischer earned the Grand Championship by winning every class in the LIHSSRD Independent Finals Division. She first competed in the Finals at the Classic in 2009 and then took a break until this year. At first the 17-year-old found it difficult to describe her feelings regarding her victory, but
Day of education highlights animals available for adoption ASPCA Adoption and Animal Welfare Day celebrated its sixth year at the 41st annual Hampton Classic offering several types of animals for adoption. In addition to horses, dogs and cats, this year for the first time the Day included various breeds of rabbits that were rescued in a joint effort between the ASPCA and NYPD. ASPCA Ambassador Georgina Bloomberg and friend Photo credit: Geoff Tischman Valerie Angeli, ASPCA senior director of equine and special projects, and Jill Rappaport, TV host and animal-welfare advocate, welcomed area horse rescues that took part in a presentation in the Anne Aspinall Ring. Those participating included: Our Farm Equine
McLain Ward sped to the top in the $30,000 Boar's Head Open Jumper Challenge, presented by Dan's Papers, on opening day at the Hampton Classic Horse Show. The win marked the four-time Olympic veteran's first competition since leading the US team to a silver medal at the Rio Olympic Games. Ward's 2004 gold medal Olympic teammate Peter Wylde was second and Shane Sweetnam of Ireland was third. Ward of Brewster, NY, riding Tina La Boheme, bested a field of 39 by going clear in the fastest time of 59.048 seconds on the Michel Vaillancourt designed course in the beautifully manicured Grand Prix ring. Sweetnam, winner of last year's Longines Rider Challenge as the horse show's leading open jumper rider, went fourth and
Beautiful weather kicked off the Opening Day of the prestigious 41st annual Hampton Classic Horse Show in Bridgehampton, NY on August 28. Culminating the Hamptons' famed summer season, this renowned event showcases the highest levels of equestrian show jumping competition over eight days at a world-class venue, for horses and riders of all ages and abilities. The opening ceremony officially started the show with Hampton Classic Executive Director Shanette Barth Cohen addressing the crowd. "We are super excited about this year's show and all of the additions to the Hampton Classic," said Cohen. "Today's event, the $30,0000 Boar's Head Open Jumper Challenge, presented by Dan's Papers, features Olympian
Bridgehampton, NY - August 11, 2016 - The Hampton Classic Horse Show, August 28 - September 4, in Bridgehampton, NY, will feature a full week of exhibitions, games, activities and music geared toward children of all ages. Family attractions will be featured throughout the week from 10:00am-2:00pm in the Kids' Area with expanded activities on Saturday, September 3 as part of the Classic's annual Kids' Day, presented by iHeartMEDIA.
Bridgehampton, NY, August 8, 2016 - The Hampton Classic Horse Show is thrilled to announce that it is awarding its annual Long Island Sportsmanship Award to Noël Love Gross, respected horse owner and member of the Hampton Classic Board of Directors. The award, given annually, recognizes a Long Island horseperson for their dedication to and sportsmanship in the horse world.
Top Names in the Sport Set the Stage for Exciting 41st Annual Event
Bridgehampton, NY - August 3, 2016 - A bevy of top names in the sport of international show jumping including Olympic, World and Pan American Games medalists, have confirmed their entries for the 2016 Hampton Classic
Bridgehampton, NY - July 19, 2016 - The 41st annual Hampton Classic Horse Show is excited to announce its inaugural Jump for Charity program. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, The Hampton Classic has a mission to support other charities in the community and has done so in the past for several local non-profit organizations and equestrian-related causes. This year the Classic hopes to give back even more and has introduced a new program called Jump for Charity presented by Noelle Floyd.com that The Classic hopes will continue for years to come.