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Southern Pines HT

Raeford, NC

March 2022

Be on the look out for the Hokies at these upcoming events!

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Tryon International

Tryon, North Carolina

November 10-14, 2021

 

This week Paige Cianciulli traveled to Tryon, North Carolina to finish off her season with Handsome running the 2**. After a roller coaster week they did not place in their massive division, however Paige was pleased with his performance!

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Virginia Horse Trials

Lexington, Virginia

October 28-31, 2021

 

We had 4 riders compete this fall at Virginia HT! Mandolin Whitten and Mudville competed in the Prelim Rider division ending in 7th, Emma Oldenburg and Theoretical competed in the Novice Rider A division ending in 10th, Yssabelle Marrero and Color's Legacy competed in the Open Beginner Novice division ending in 7th, and Freddie Kauffman and Ali Khan competed in the Beginner Novice Rider division ending in 15th!

We also had all but 1 team member be able to volunteer and continue to support the wonderful sport of eventing!

American Eventing Championships 

Lexington, Kentucky

August 31-September 5, 2021

 

At the largest event of the year, Mandolin Whitten and Mudville competed in the Junior/Young Rider division and finished in 10th place out of 28 riders! This pair was one of only two riders in their respective division to finish the event on their dressage score.

Loudoun Hunt Pony Club Horse Trials

Leesburg, VA

April 24-25, 2021

 

Mandolin Whitten and Mudville competed in the Open Prelim division this weekend to end 6th!

Roanoke Valley Pony Club Spring Frolic

Salem, VA

April 18, 2021

 

Member Freddie Kauffman and Ollie got out for the first time this season and completed their first Beginner Novice Combined Test together and ended in 4th!

The Fork Horse Trials

Mill Spring, NC

April 3-4, 2021

 

Mandolin Whitten and Mudville traveled down to Tryon International Equestrian Center for The Fork Horse Trials. They competed in the Junior Prelim division to bring home a 4th!

Carolina International

Raeford, NC

March 20-21, 2021

 

To hit off their season Mandolin Whitten and Mudville competed at the Carolina International at the Carolina Horse Park in the Prelim Rider division. They jumped clear through a tough cross country only adding a little time to their final score to land them a 2nd place finish!

Southern Pines Horse Trials

Raeford, NC

March 6-7, 2021

 

Paige Cianciulli and Dark N Handsome started their season at the Southern Pines Horse Trials at the Carolina Horse Park. They competed in the Prelim Rider division and had 3 strong phases. They jumped clear only adding a little bit of intentional time to their dressage score to end in 5th!

Morven Park Horse Trials

Leesburg, VA

November 14-15, 2020

To end the 2020 season off President Abigail Winfree and member Ashley Kapinos headed to Leesburg, Virginia for the Morven Park Horse Trials. Ashley Kapinos piloted Jazzy Night Club (bottom) around Novice to end on the dressage score and bring home second. Abigail Winfree and her horse, High Tech, (top) ran Novice and unfortunately got eliminated on a tough cross country. 

Virginia Horse Trials

Lexington, VA

October 30-November 1, 2020

 

We had a great turnout this weekend at the Virginia Horse Trials. Mandolin Whitten and Mudville (top left) competed in the Junior Prelim division to finish on her dressage score and bring home 3rd! Alumni Caitlin Reamy and My Sunday Best won the Open Beginner Novice A division, also ending on their dressage score! Alumni MacKenzie Krason  and Piper also competed in the Beginner Novice A division to end in 9th! Ashley Kapinos (top right) got the ride on Abigail Winfree's horse, High Tech, in the Novice division. Taylor Miller got the ride on Blake Vidunas's horse, Times Square, (middle left) however decided to retire on XC when it was made apparent it was not their day . Alumni Christine Ayala and MAC in Vegas (middle right) had a strong start in the Open Training division, but decided to retire on cross country due to the less than ideal footing. We are so proud of the horsemanship our riders displayed and we would like to thank the countless volunteers that were able to make this event happen. Go Hokies!