world cup champion mclain ward to defend devon titles
McLean Ward, who has just won an amazing World Cup final in Omaha.
On May 25-6, he will attend Devon equestrian performances and country fairs to defend Devon\'s leading public jumper rider champion.
Brewster\'s ward. Y.
The Olympic player, who won two group gold medals four times, also competed last year\'s Open Jumper champion Tina La Boheme.
But Ward will face a lot of challenges in Devon, including Laura charpott at nasanick station. J.
Over the past few years, he has exchanged leading rider and open jumper tournaments with Ward and Irish athlete Kevin Babington from Pa Gwynedd Valley.
Mark Q won last year\'s $225,000 Sapphire Grand Prix in Devon.
Chapot won 8 leading rider titles and Ward won 5;
Chapot has won the open jumper six times, and Ward has won the open jumper twice;
But Ward has won the Grand Prix eight times, and charpott has yet to win the most financially rewarding race in Devon.
On April 3, Ward rode HH Azur in four rounds without a single rail, winning the World Cup against the world\'s top riders.
Chapot is the leading public jumper at the Winter Equestrian Festival, and she also won the Martha giuliko award for her leading lady\'s public jumper at the Grand Prix.
\"When I went to Devon, I just tried my best to use my horse,\" Chapot said . \".
\"I don\'t think about other competitors.
\"Maclean is always a hard person to beat,\" says Chapot . \".
\"He always wants to win, but I always try to beat him.
\"The new $50,000 Arena event course will attract more competitors, and this year\'s exhibition will launch a new arena event course, scheduled for 7 pm on May 28m.
The 40 qualifying players will play on a novel course that includes off-road and a performance jump across the golden ring and Dixon Oval.
Combine the technical challenges of the event and the fast performance, who can win the game.
The top three-
Day event riders challenge the best jumper riders to see who is ruling the highest.
This is the first prize.
Class activities totaled $50,000.
Top hunters will gather on the upcoming DevonAs at the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, where qualified Hunter riders are ready to occupy a central position on the Dixon Oval stage, top professional amateurs and teenagers will compete for the title.
Highlights will be the $25,000 USHJA International hunter derby scheduled for Thursday, June 1 at 12: 30. m.
It will bring together the best athletes in the country.
This year\'s Derby will be sponsored by the Wheeler family for legend Kenneth and Sally Wheeler. Mrs.
Wheeler of Anheuser
The Busch female inheritor and lifelong equestrian were adopted in 2001.
The couple have a sportsmanship in the National Equestrian Competition, riding top-trained hunters and pommel horses.
Last year, as I said, Lisa Boyd at Little Horse Lane Farm easily won the Derby class with a total score of 391 points. 5,12.
Lead the second-place combo Sandy Ferrer and 5 points in 50 Shades.
Speaking about her 2016 wins, Boyd said: \"For me, I always like to be a loser . \".
\"I don\'t mind going back a little lower.
This is my passion.
I absolutely love these, and I like the convenient rounds as well.
I like the thrill of it.
Like I was talking about a great mare.
A good mare had a great desire. the mare had just dug deep and worked hard for me.
I just try to avoid her and move on.
She\'s kind of like an old-fashioned hunter.
I think she has more pure stallion.
The type of walk.
\"This year, competitors will drive a classic and convenient round of competition designed by Alan Rheinheimer to get a bonus.
Hunter\'s judges include Rick Fancher, Chris Wynne, Bob Crandall, and Bobbie Reber.
In addition to the outstanding hunter derby, pony, teenager and amateur --
Owner hunters will compete for prestigious titles during the Devon Horse Show.
There will be $37,500 pony Hunter area, $50,000 Junior Hunter area and $39,000 amateur area
Qualified Athletes show the owner Hunter part of their Mount.
The historical exhibition site has a new view of their arrival in Pennsylvania this year, and exhibitors and spectators at the 2017 Devon Horse Show and Country Fair will notice a major renovation of the historical exhibition site.
In the past year, many projects have been in progress and will be completed in time for the 2017 season, creating the perfect atmosphere for the annual event of the \"championship party.
\"There are many upgrades to the facilities, including the completion of major renovations within the booth.
Supporters of Devonshire backyard restoration program received a horseshoe plaque on the honor wall showing for 10 years in recognition of their generous donations.
The lighting of Dickson Oval and gold rings has been improved, with additional lighting and backlight cupolas added to light from below.
Two large LED signage were added, which can be seen in the rural market section of the venue.
Seating options for this year\'s show have also increased.
The East 4 stand is now a double-deck tent with a maximum capacity to accommodate 148 additional seats.
The new event class is expected to attract a new audience that Dickson had not seen in the Oval years before.
Other facilities improvements include the addition of tent roofs in the vendor area behind the East 2 and 3 stands to make it more comprehensive
Use and weather resistance.
Barrier-free bathrooms are added to the east side of the venue.
Behind the east stand next to the Clydesdale corner bar, the picnic table area has doubled, double the number of visitors previously accommodated.
Starting from last year\'s season, exhibitors and viewers will notice that after the $25,000 landscaping project, the site has a large number of new trees and shrubs to create a lush,
Two additional supplier sheds have also been added to increase the shopping options for guests.
\"Every year, we are committed to creating the best atmosphere for everyone attending the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair,\" said Wayne W, chairman of Devon Horse Show . \". Grafton.
\"We are very happy to welcome everyone in 2017 and show the progress we have made in the past year.
Richard O\'Donnell, chairman of the Devon Horse Show, added, \"The Devon Horse Show is a historic event and we are committed to protecting its heritage while continuing to improve the facilities to provide the best possible experience for exhibitors and audiences.
\"The tradition of carriage driving continues on Sunday, May 28, and spectators can enjoy the carriage in the street, an old-fashioned car parade that they are taking from St.
The famous David church in Dixon\'s oval church.
John pickcock, Essex, England, will judge the jockey, accompanied by Martha Shearer of N. Stillwater. Y.
Review of the Pony division
\"It\'s very interesting for people who live on this route, they get their families together, have a picnic on the lawn, and watch all kinds of vehicles pass by the front door, said Wayne W.
Grafton, chairman of Devon Horse Show and Country Fair.
The carriage will be extended in two parts along the rural village road: first the horse division, then the Pony division, the light commercial division and the farmer division.
Once everyone is back at the Dixon Oval, the best turnout and award ceremony will be held.
Each exhibitor on the carriage ride Avenue will receive a bronze plaque and six ribbons will be awarded for each section.
The coach Championship will be held on Friday, June 2 at the Dixon Oval, and the trophy and champion ribbon will be awarded to the coaches who have won the most points in the qualifying matches in the division.
John pickcock will also judge the coaching department, and competitors will judge on a variety of factors including performance, demeanor, presentation and dating.
Among coaches, road coaches are traditionally a more durable means of transport for public transport on scheduled routes.
This is different from park draw, which is a lighter and more elegant version of the former with seats on the top, not closed.
Park drag\'s competitors will score separately based on the driver\'s skill and turnout, the combination of coaches, horses, waiters and seat belts.
The skill part is objective, judged by the time and the driver\'s ability, to navigate the cone with minimal knock-down.
Turnout is subjective, variables include the quality of the turnout and the horse, the matching of the harness and the horse, the groom\'s uniform, the Van light, the boots, the safety equipment, etc.
\"Devon\'s coach is really elegant and one of the favorite coaches for exhibitors and audiences,\" said Devon President Richard O\'Donnell . \". Show Co-
Peter Doubleday, voice manager of the coaching department for decades, agreed with O\'Donnell\'s assessment, noting that \"popularity is second only to public jump shots, and the coaching section is highlighted every night for five nights, it\'s a real Devon tradition \".
\"Devon Horse Show and Country Fair is the longest running and the largest outdoor show.
Competition in the United States.
With the grandeur of Philadelphia\'s famous main line, the event features the world --
Each year in the world\'s top class areas.
The event also includes national fairs that serve the world --
Shopping for children, rides and games, a variety of dining options and special entertainment activities.
For more information, please visit www. DevonHorseShow. net.
Buy Devon Horse Show & Country Fair tickets in one of the following ways: online on Devon Horse Show tickets and by email at ticket @ devonhorseshow.
Org, tel: 610-688-
2554, or go to the new ticket office in Dorset and Berkeley.
The ticket office is open from ten o\'clock A. M. to three o\'clock P. M. Monday to Friday.
For more information, visit the ticket sales email and see horse News for more Equestrian News
In the Atlantic area, you can arrive at horsenews @ hcdemocrat.