Jennifer Hannan Claims Two Top Placings in the $15,000 International Hunter Derby at WEF – Sponsor CCTV Agent specializes in Horse Riding Arena Cameras.
Jennifer Hannan and Mindful
Wellington, Fla. – Jan. 31, 2020 – During Friday’s competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF), it was the hunters that took center stage in the International Arena for the $15,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby sponsored by CCTV Agent. There were 61 horse and rider combinations that performed in hunt and go style over the 14 fence course and it was Jennifer Hannan aboard Mindful who earned the blue ribbon with a total score of 360.5 points. Samantha Schaefer and Trademark were awarded a score of 351 points for a second place finish, while Hannan also took home the third place honors with Olympic Fire.
The course was performed in the unique hunt and go style by the competitors. The rider started the course with a classic round and without stopping after the 8th fence, they continued into their handy round over fences 9 through fence 14. Each half was to be scored individually by two panels of judges and at the end, scores were combined for a total out of 400. In each half, there were two high option fences for riders to choose from to obtain extra points. While many horses produced beautiful rounds, it was Hannan and Mindful that were able to capture the eyes of both panel of judges and earned the top score.
Daniel Bluman Races To First In The $72,000 Joe DiMaggio Children’s Health Specialty Center 1.50m Qualifier Aboard Colestina H – Sponsored by CCTV Agent offering Barn Cameras for Horses
Wellington, FL – November 29, 2019 – Daniel Bluman of Israel raced to a first-place finish aboard Colestina H, owned by Blue Star Investments & Kim Douglas, in today’s $72,000 Joe DiMaggio Children’s Health Specialty Center 1.50m Qualifier. The pair stopped the jump-off timers in 34.779 seconds, putting in a double-clear effort. Taking home second place was Nicole Shahinian-Simpson of Wellington, FL and Carol Rosenstein’s Akuna Mattata after their 34.958-second jump-off. Michael Morrissey of Wellington, FL rode Chance Ste Hermelle, owned by Qbs Equestrian LLC, through the timers in 35.132 seconds to claim the yellow ribbon. Barn Cameras for Horses
Pablo Barrios Captures The $25,000 CCTV Agent Grand Prix Aboard Elana 22 During ESP Fall III
Wellington, FL – October 29, 2019 – ESP Fall III competition was hosted this weekend at Equestrian Village with exciting National A and Jumper 3* action. The first $25,000 National Grand Prix of the Fall series saw an impressive turnout in both exhibitors and spectators on Sunday afternoon. Pablo Barrios of Wellington, FL and his Elana 22 ultimately captured the blue ribbon in the $25,000 CCTV Agent Grand Prix after completing the jump-off in just 36.674 seconds. Alberto Michan of Wellington, FL piloted Loribri, owned by Marie Antonette Leviste, to a second-place finish after a 37.242-second jump-off. Very close behind, with a 37.286-second jump-off, was Theo Genn of Lebanon, OH and Eduardo Leon’s Firewall to claim third. Other notable finishes included Taylor St Jacques of Glen Allen, VA and her entry, Upsilon De La Liniere with a 39.066-second jump-off and Maria Brugal of Wellington, FL with her mount, Aragorn Van Schuttershof putting in a 39.311-second jump-off to take home fourth and fifth place respectively. Long Range Wireless Barn Cameras
A total of 19 trips were seen in the first round of the Grand Prix, with 12 returning for the jump-off, hosted in the VanKampen covered arena due to rain. Course designer Hector Loyola built the track on Sunday as well as the qualifying $10,000 CCTV Agent 1.40m Open Stake that took place on Friday afternoon on the Derby Field. Luis Larrazabal of Wellington, FL and Esperanza Mia, owned by Carlos Enrique Morstadt, bested the field of 21 competitors with a jump-off lasting only 39.462 seconds, while Santiago Lambre of Wellington, FL rode Doloris to second place in 41.177 seconds. Kim Farlinger of Wellington, FL and Keren Halperin-Guy’s Feestje B. crossed through the timers at 41.545 seconds to claim third place.
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Tatiana Yaques first began riding horses as a young girl growing up in Miami. In high school, her trainer moved to Wellington. Yaques began commuting from Miami to Wellington to continue her equestrian training and fell in love with the community.
It was the early 1990s, and Wellington looked vastly different than today. Yet the village has always been beautiful and welcoming, and it stayed in her heart. Even after Yaques graduated from law school and began practicing law in Miami, both she and her husband knew they wanted to return to Wellington.
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Kent Farrington and Jasper Continue Winning Streak In $10,000 Bainbridge Companies Open Stake at Rita & Irish Flynn Memorial Show – Office Sponsor CCTV Agent · Equestrian Security Cameras
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September 28, 2020 – The ESP Summer Series wrapped up this Sunday with the Rita & Irish Flynn Memorial Show at Equestrian Village. Kent Farrington of Wellington, FL and Jasper, owned by Tanma Corp. & Farrington, continued their winning streak on the Derby Field in the $10,000 Bainbridge Companies Open Stake with a 37.715-second jump-off. Ronan McGuigan of Wellington, FL rode Blythe Masters’ Elvis to a second-place victory after completing the jump-off in 38.945 seconds. Luis Larrazabal of Wellington, FL claimed the yellow ribbon aboard American, owned by San Francisco Stables LLC, after the pair crossed through the timers in 39.762 seconds.