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1 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 EDITOR: JENNIFER WOOD Paige Johnson and Dakota Win $127,000 Engel & Völkers Grand Prix CSI 4* Adrienne Sternlicht and Lucy Deslauriers Capture Final Win and Overall Series Victory in Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series Paige Johnson won her first Saturday Night Lights grand prix in the $127,000 Engel & Völkers Grand Prix CSI 4*. Sportfot USA s Paige Johnson and Dakota were the big winners in the $127,000 Engel & Völkers Grand Prix CSI 4* at Saturday Night Lights in week 11 at the 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). Competing in the International Arena at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC), Johnson won a four-horse jump-off, beating out trainer Kent Farrington (USA) with Gazelle in second. Ramiro Quintana (ARG) and Whitney placed third; Lisa Goldman (USA) and Centurion B were fourth. Forty-three horse and rider combinations showed over Saturday night s course, set by Olaf Petersen Jr. of Germany. Four made it through to the jump-off, where Johnson and Farrington were the only two to clear the second round course. Goldman was first to jump-off with Mary Goldman s Centurion B with one rail in seconds. Quintana returned next aboard St. Bride s Farm s Whitney and also brought down one rail in a faster time of seconds. Johnson and Salamander Farm s Dakota followed with the winning clear round in seconds. Last to go, Farrington and Robin Parksy s Gazelle were clear, just shy of Johnson s time in seconds. Johnson and Dakota began their 2015 season with great results, including a win in the $34,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup in week six of the circuit. That win was in a speed class in daylight, but the pair stepped up to the plate showing in a major grand prix under the lights as well. Competing in the impressive atmosphere of a night class with an arena full of cheering fans, Johnson and the 12-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare (Calvados Ex Sable Rose x Cash) thrived. I came into this circuit hoping to win a WEF (Challenge Cup), and I did that week six. My next goal was to win a grand prix. I had no idea it would happen (in) the same season, Johnson remarked. You can imagine that I am super excited and happy. Kent is my trainer, so it feels like the hard work and the team and everything around us is really paying off, and that is a great feeling. Commenting on her round, Johnson detailed, I was not as fast as Ramiro. I thought I would go what speed I was comfortable. For me it was not all out, but I did not want to be too slow because if I had a late rail, I would be third or fourth. I thought I needed to go fast enough to have Kent try to chase Adrienne Sternlicht and Quidam MB won the $50,000 Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series Final. Sportfot The $50,000 Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Final, presented by The Dutta Corp. in association with Guido Klatte, saw a win for Adrienne Sternlicht aboard Quidam MB and crowned Lucy Deslauriers the overall winner of the 2015 Series. Starting off Sunday s competition on the derby field, 33 entries jumped in the $50,000 Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series Final, with nine clear over Olaf Petersen, Jr. s course. In the jump-off, Sternlicht and Starlight Farms LLC s Quidam MB were the winners with the only double clear round in seconds. Catherine Tyree and Don t Go had the fastest four-fault round in seconds to finish in second place, and Kelli Cruciotti and Serenity Equestrian Ventures LLC s Chamonix H placed third with four faults in seconds. Sternlicht (21), a sophomore at Brown University, trains with U.S. show jumper Laura Kraut. Her mount, Quidam MB, is a ten-year-old Oldenburg gelding (Quidam s Rubin x Argentinus). He is a horse that is incredibly special to me, Sternlicht stated. I bought him as a seven-year-old and started him at the 1.20m level and have moved him up. I think we have really grown together, and I think that is part of what makes our partnership so strong. He is definitely a little bit spunky, but I really know him like the back of my hand. I said to him, Come on, we have to do this, and he really pulled through for me today, so I am incredibly happy with him. Second place finisher, Catherine Tyree (21) is a sophomore at Northwestern University, and trains with North Run s Missy Clark and John Brennan. Tyree was aboard her 13-year-old Oldenburg stallion Don t Go (Come On x Raphel). I have aimed Don t Go at these classes all circuit. He loves different venues, Tyree noted. He is amazing on the field, and he was great under the lights. He is one I can always count on; he always gives me 110%. I gave it a good shot in the jump-off today. He did everything I asked. I got a little bit unlucky. It was my fault, but I am thrilled with how he has been all circuit and could not have asked for any more. Kelli Cruciotti (17) has done well in the series all winter with her 14-yearold Swedish Warmblood mare Chamonix H, including a win in the speed class during week two. She was happy with her round to earn third place in Sunday s Please turn to page 9 Please turn to page 6

2 WEF Week 12 Sponsor: Rolex & Equestrianism As the crown in equestrianism for over 50 years, Rolex is proud to be a major force at play behind the sport s finest events, riders and organizations. Rolex is the Title Sponsor of Week 12 at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) as well as the Title Sponsor of the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5*, the most prestigious event of the 12-week competition, held on Saturday, March 28. History The roots of Rolex s affinity for sports and human achievement can be traced back to the pioneering origins of the company. When founder Hans Wilsdorf set up his watchmaking firm, he was influenced by the swift changes sweeping through society at the beginning of the 20th century. In an era when wristwatches were still regarded as fragile items of apparel, he was determined to create a wristwatch that would be robust, precise and reliable, adapted to ever more active lifestyles. Rolex evolved, as did its product, in a constant pursuit of perfection. As part of this evolution, Rolex watches made from only the highest quality materials and designed by the industry s best became symbols of elegance and prestige. As a result, it was only logical that Rolex support equestrianism one of the world s finest sporting activities through an alliance with showjumper Pat Smythe, who became the brand s first equestrian Testimonee in Since that auspicious partnership, Rolex s involvement in equestrian sport has increased significantly. Events Today, Rolex sponsors major international equestrian events in distinct disciplines. Most recently, the brand partnered the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, a global initiative created in 2013 by three of the world s greatest equestrian shows: CHIO Aachen, the CSIO Spruce Meadows Masters Tournament and CHI Geneva. Considered by the founders to be the ultimate show jumping challenge, the Rolex Grand Slam rewards the rider who wins the Grand Prix at each show in succession. They are also the main sponsor and Title Sponsor of the Grand Prix at Indoor Brabant and Title Sponsor of the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final. In 2012, Rolex partnered the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Through this relationship, the brand became Official Timepiece of the Winter Equestrian Festival. Rolex is also the presenting sponsor of the Trump Invitational in Palm Beach and now the Central Park Horse Show in New York City. Testimonees Rolex has also cultivated close relationships with equestrianism s exceptional competitors, counting among its Testimonees Brazilian show jumper Rodrigo Pessoa, an Olympic and World Championship gold medallist; German rider of American origin Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, the first woman to be ranked World No. 1 in jumping and three-time winner of the Rolex World Cup Final; Canada s Eric Lamaze who won a gold medal in the individual show jumping event in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and became World No. 1 for the first time in 2009; European jumping champion Kevin Staut, from France, who won a team silver medal at the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky; and Swiss rider Steve Guerdat, the individual jumping gold-medallist at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In 2014, American Kent Farrington joined this talented group of show-jumping Testimonees. In eventing, Rolex supports British equestrian Zara Phillips and Britain s Pippa Funnell. And in dressage, Rolex Testimonee Isabell Werth world record holder for most titles won in her discipline has the unique honour of having represented Germany at four Olympic Games (1992, 1996, 2000 and 2008), winning team and individual medals at each. A realm reserved for true champions, horsemanship requires a passion for excellence and perfection. Bound by these shared values, Rolex a true partner of the sport continues to make a unique and lasting contribution to equestrianism around the world. $500 Groom s Class sponsored by Shapley s Grooming Products plus $50 Trainer Bonus Held last Friday of every month during the WEF Friday, March 27, at 2:30pm in RING 8 (or 7/8 schooling area) Cash and prizes awarded to top 3 grooms with a $50 bonus awarded to trainer of winning groom. Ribbons through 6 th PBIEC Upcoming Events: Adequan Global Dressage Festival The final week of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival runs Wednesday- Saturday, March 25-28, with some of the most anticipated competition of the season, including the Stillpoint Farm FEI Nations Cup CDIO3*, as well as CDI3* classes presented by Martha Jolicoeur and Maria Mendelsohn of Illustrated Properties, and CDI 1* classes presented by Regal Horse Products. General admission and parking are free all week, find out more at www. globaldressagefestival.com. Lunch & Learn The 2015 Lunch & Learn weekly educational series will hold its final event from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in The Wellington Club at PBIEC on Thursday, March 26. The WEF 12 Lunch & Learn will feature a presentation titled Sound Year Round featuring 10 top tips your veterinarian may have forgotten to tell you to help maintain year round soundness in performance horses, sponsored by Theraplate. Admission is free for riders, trainers, and owners. All others $ Register at the door for a chance to win launch relocate expand develop in the perfect business climate It s time you considered moving your business to Palm Beach County, one of the most globally competitive business climates: Low taxes, affordable commercial and residential real estate, easy access to three international airports, in a state with no personal income tax. The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County can help with the services, resources, knowledge, and connections you need. Visit www. BDB.org or call [561] to learn more. BDB Launch ad: Pub: Wire [WEF] Type: 4 color. Size: 1/8 page [2 3/4 by 4 1/4 ] like us on facebook exciting prizes. Season finale door prizes to include a custom trunk provided by Clever Jumps & Trunks and a TheraPlate. For more information please contact Laura Bostwick, Sponsorship Events Coordinator or equestriansport.com. $50,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round 12 With great prize money throughout the 12 weeks of WEF, the Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Series is one of the most highly contested events each week. The final $50,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round 12 will be held on Thursday afternoon, March 26, in the International Arena at PBIEC. Friday Night Stars at Adequan Global Dressage Festival Don t miss the final Friday Night Stars of the season on Friday, March 27, with the FEI Intermediaire-1 Freestyle CDIO 3* followed by the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDIO3*, both presented by Stillpoint Farm and part of the Stillpoint Farm FEI Nations Cup competition! Gates open at 6 pm, general admission and parking are free. $100,000 Suncast 1.50m Championship Jumper Classic Final The Suncast 1.50m Championship Jumper Classic Series will host its final class of the circuit in week twelve with a purse of $100,000 on Saturday, March 28. The competition will host its first round on Saturday morning, and the jump-off will be held before the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* in the evening, starting at 6:30 p.m. Following the presentation to the week twelve winner, Suncast will present the leading rider of the entire series with a pre-paid two-year lease on a beautiful new 2015 Range Rover Evoque. $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* The highlight event of week twelve to conclude international jumper competition for the 2015 WEF circuit is the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* on Saturday, March 28, at 8 p.m. Held under the lights in the International Arena at PBIEC, the competition will feature the week s top horses and riders jumping a course set by international course designer Steve Stephens (USA). Gates open at 6:00 p.m. VIP Seating for $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* Enjoy the grand finale of the Winter Equestrian Festival from the Special Events Pavilion at your own private table with a full view of the International Arena for the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* on Saturday, March 28. A Chef s Buffet with open bar is available for $250/guest or $1,500/table of six plus tax. Contact Annette at com to make your reservations today. Young Jumper Finals The rising young equine stars of the 2015 WEF circuit will compete in their final classes during week 12 in the International Arena. The $10,000 Thursday, March 26, 2015 Holtgers 5-Year-Old Young Jumper Classic, $15,000 Adequan 6-Year- Old Young Jumper Classic and $20,000 Adequan 7-Year-Old Young Jumper Classic will be held on Friday, March 27. $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby The top hunters of the 2015 WEF circuit conclude the winter season with the $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby. The first round will be held on Saturday, March 28, in the E.R. Mische Grand Hunter Ring, and the top 12 will return for the final round on the grass field at The Stadium at PBIEC at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, March :30am to 1:00pm in the Wellington Club. SOUND YEAR ROUND - 10 TOP TIPS YOUR VETERINARIAN MAY HAVE FORGOTTEN TO TELL YOU TO HELP MAINTAIN YEAR ROUND SOUNDNESS IN PERFORMANCE HORSES Sponsored by Theraplate For more information please contact (561) Admission is free for riders, trainers, and owners. Page 2 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 Page 3 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015

3 WEF 11 Photo Gallery Lindsay Brock/Jennifer Wood Media, Inc. Lucy Deslauriers Tops in George H. Morris Excellence In Equitation, Presented by Alessandro Albanese Lucy Deslauriers took home top honors in the George H. Morris Excellence in Equitation Championship, presented by Alessandro Albanese in the International Arena on Friday of WEF 11. Ali Tritschler followed in second, T.J O Mara was third, and Virginia Ingram rounded out the top four. The 8th Annual George H. Morris Excellence In Equitation, presented by Alessandro Albanese was held in three rounds with twenty-four riders competing in round one. The top 12 returned for round two, and the top four rode for additional testing in round three to determine the final placings. Course walk plans and schooling were the sole responsibility of the riders as competitors were allowed no contact with their trainers during the class, turned in their cell phones before the start of the class and were responsible for time management, warm up, and schooling of their own horses with the assistance of one groom. The course was designed by Bobby Murphy of Lexington, Kentucky, in conjunction with the judges. The riders were judged by two panels, both chosen by Morris, and also received a score in the schooling area after the first and second rounds. Judging Panel 1 included Ralph Caristo and Chris Kappler; Panel 2 included Jimmy Torano and Anne Kursinski, with Eric Straus as the Schooling Ring Judge. Fifteen-year-old Lucy Deslauriers handily led both rounds with scores of 90 and in the irons of her mother, Lisa Deslauriers, Class Action. Joining her in the third-round test was Ali Tritschler, T.J. O Mara and Virginia Ingram. Last year was Deslauriers first experience with the Excellence In Equitation event and admits both her and her horse stepped it up. Last year I did it more for the experience, and I was happy to have one year under my belt, she said. I felt confident going into this year, and my horse was a dream. I couldn t have asked more out of him. He is really adjustable with a big stride, nice jump, and super sweet attitude in the barn. He s really just amazing. Tritcshler, who approached the second round on a score of 85.75, took full advantage of the opportunities to showcase Walter Kees Helio Rouge s talents. Coming off an innovative trot fence - triple bar - trot fence line, she executed a rollback on counter canter to the next fence and cued gasps from the sidelines. The move did the trick and she left round two on a In the first round I wouldn t have changed anything, but my scores were very different. I realized I had to keep one panel where they were, and I needed to change what mistakes the other panel saw, she said. One thing about my horse that s amazing is the counter canter, and I knew I needed it to get in the top four. I really wanted to get to the top four, so I went for it. After riding to eighth last year, T.J. O Mara and the lone mare in the class Kaskade, owned by Walstib Stables, LLC made improvements for third this year. Visibly pleased with the result, Morris offered a special perspective on the top riders, commenting on how fun it is for him to see the children of the children winning. I raised her [Lucy s] mother and when I looked over to her, she looked exactly like Lisa, he said. It s very fun for me to see the descendants all ride beautifully. Thank God I m not in this anymore having to ride against them. Ingram capped the top four and her mount Comanche was presented with the Best Turned Out Horse Award, while Deslauriers Class Action was honored as the Best Equitation Horse. Other special awards included Special Family Awards presented to the families of the Champion and Reserve Champion, as well as monetary Trainer Awards to the top eight and a Trophy and Jacket to Mario Deslauriers as the trainer of the Champion. Lindsay Brock Lucy Deslauriers and Class Action led from start to finish for victory in the 8th annual George H. Morris Excellence in Equitation Championship, presented by Alessandro Albanese. Sportfot Visit the WEF Facebook page to see more photos! Page 4 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 Page 5 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015

4 Adrienne Sternlicht and Lucy Deslauriers Continued from Page 1 Final. She (Chamonix H) has been unbelievable this whole circuit. I could not have asked her to jump any better for me, Cruciotti praised. Every class I have asked her to do, she has really tried her heart out. This is more her venue. She loves big, open fields and big jumps, so this class and this course really suited her style of jumping. I was a little unlucky to the last jump. I kind of took a chance. Unfortunately it did not work out for me today, but congratulations to Adrienne. Sunday s class was the final event in the 2015 Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series, which also awarded top prizes for its overall standings after the competition. New York s Lucy Deslauriers was the series winner for her performance throughout the winter. Nicole Bellissimo finished second overall and Catherine Tyree was third. Mavis Spencer placed fourth in the standings, and Eugenio Garza and Sophie Simpson completed the top six. As the overall winning rider, Deslauriers received a Bruno Delgrange saddle valued at $6,000, and are invited to compete at the CSI2* Chantilly Horse Show, to be held from July 16-19, 2015, in France. In addition to their entry, the winner also receives two tickets to the Chantilly VIP lounge, transportation for one horse generously provided by The Dutta Corp. in association with Guido Klatte, and layover at Artisan Farms in Vrasene, Belgium. Fifteen-year-old Deslauriers rode Hester on Sunday, a mount that she has had for two years. She was thrilled to win the series and looks forward to her first time competing in Europe as her prize. It is really amazing. He has been super consistent, so I am really just excited to win, Deslauriers smiled. I have had him since the beginning of his eight-year-old year, so we have really developed a strong partnership. I knew going into today he would give me everything I asked and more, and he really did. He really jumped incredible, so I am really excited. Nicole Bellissimo (21), a Sophomore at Harvard University, was leading the series coming into Sunday s competition with her mare VDL Bellefleur, and finished out the winter in second place overall. She was happy to see her young mare s progression and consistency throughout the circuit. She is nine this year and I have had her since the end of her six-year-old year, so we have definitely developed a nice partnership, Bellissimo stated. Last year I showed her as an eight-yearold in these classes. Last year it was not so much to go in and win the classes. She did win the semi-final, but that was because she was the only double clear, we were not really trying to go fast. This year our plan was to try to go in and be competitive and she was absolutely fantastic the entire series. Today I could have helped her a little more, but she could not have done any more. We got a little unlucky, but Lucy rode fantastic the entire series. Sponsor Carlene Ziegler of Artisan Farms was pleased to see the development of all the riders in the series this year and congratulated the top competitors on their success. We had a lot of prize money this year and a lot of opportunity for different classes, and it has been exciting to see the consistency and see so many good rounds put in by all these riders, Ziegler stated. I just want to congratulate all of them. I am so impressed with what they have been able to do, and I wish them all the best of luck as they move up to the senior grand prix ranks. All of the top riders spoke to the experiences that the series has given them, including the chance to compete in different venues with different horses as well as the opportunity to get to know their fellow competitors and thanked all of the Series sponsors for making it possible. Lauren Fisher Potcreek Meadow Farm Junior Sportsmanship Trophy The Junior Sportsmanship Trophy is awarded at the end of the Winter Equestrian Festival circuit to the junior rider that consistently demonstrates outstanding conduct, horsemanship, attitude, and courtesy appropriate for a competitor at the highest levels of our sport. The Trophy honors the memory of Cara Anthony s mother, Candida C. Forstmann, who believed it is important to encourage and publically recognize good sportsmanship in the young riders that may one day be selected to represent our country. Each week a variety of observers, including the Trophy s sponsors, event staff, show management, officials, trainers and other competitors, provide insight and input into the selection process. The rider who makes the most positive overall impression is invited to the Trophy presentation. This year s winner was Lucy Deslauriers, who had a fantastic week at WEF 11. She is shown accepting the Trophy from Cara and Carly Anthony, here with ringmaster Gustavo Murcia. Sportfot In the presentation for the top finishers in the Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series: ringmaster Gustavo Murcia, Cassie Holmes of The Dutta Corp., Britta Klatte, Carlene Ziegler of Artisan Farms, Lucy Deslauriers, Nicole Bellissimo, Catherine Tyree, Sophie Simpson, and Eugenio Garza. Sportfot Page 6 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 Page 7 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015

5 Jumper Highlights Wednesday through Sunday The 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) began its eleventh week of competition at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) on Wednesday with a win for Mexico s Nicolas Pizarro and Armando Torrado s Temascaltepec in the $34, m FEI speed class. The pair was first to go and set an unbeatable pace that led the way through 60 competitors. Shane Sweetnam (IRL) and Beluga finished second; Heather Caristo- Williams (USA) and Cosmopolitan 30 placed third. Also showing on Wednesday, the $6,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.40m speed class was held in a California Split with wins for Laura Chapot and Bradberry in Section A and McKayla Langmeier and Candy Tribble s Promised Land in Section B. The $6,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.40m jump-off class concluded the day with a win for Alise Oken and Belmont. Eric Lamaze (CAN) secured an incredible fifth victory in the Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Series at the 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) on Thursday. Lamaze began the 12-week circuit by winning four Challenge Cup classes in a row. He won in weeks one and two with Artisan Farms LLC and Torrey Pines Stable s Rosana du Park. He then topped weeks three and four with Artisan Farms LLC s Fine Lady 5. In the eleventh week of WEF competition, Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 returned to take one more round, with Ramiro Quintana (ARG) and St. Bride s Farm s Whitney finishing second, and Darragh Kenny (IRL) riding Caroline Lloyd s Sans Souci Z to the third place prize. Also showing on Thursday, Kent Farrington (USA) won the $8, m jump-off class with Haity McNerney s Belle Fleur. Olaf Petersen Jr. set the 1.45m speed course on Friday with 42 entries and 12 clear rounds. Bucci and SPCS s Heartbreaker vd Achteroe had the winning time of seconds. They beat out Laura Chapot and Quointreau un Prince, owned by Chapot and McLain Ward, who finished second in seconds. Sweetnam and Spy Coast Farm LLC s Beluga clocked in at seconds to place third. Eric Lamaze (CAN) guided Carol Sollak s Brooklyn Blues to fourth in seconds. Also competing on Friday, Todd Minikus (USA) and Spring Girl won the morning s 5-Year-Old Young Jumper Qualifier sponsored by the Holtgers Family. The $6,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.40m Speed Challenge was held in a California Split with a win for Daniel Zetterman (SWE) and Gyllebo Farm LLC s Chellana in Section A and Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) with Stephex Stables Q Royal Palm Z in Section B. Competing in the International Arena on Saturday, Kelsey Thatcher earned a one-two finish in the $15,000 SJHOF High Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic with Pony Lane Farm s Athena and Everything. Daisy Farish and Spy Coast Farm LLC s Triviant won the $10,000 Sleepy P Ranch High Junior Jumper Classic. Mariana Savage and Harthill Farm s Carrera van het Westleven Z won the $1,500 Animo USA Medium Amateur-Owner Jumper speed class. Competing on the grass field at The Stadium at PBIEC on Sunday, USA s Kent Farrington won the $85,000 Suncast 1.50m Championship Jumper Classic aboard Amalaya Investment s Waomi. To conclude the eleventh week of WEF competition, 36 entries showed over Olaf Petersen, Jr. s course, with five clear rounds to jump-off. Farrington qualified two horses, first and last to go on the short course. Ben Asselin (CAN) and Attache Stables Doremi retuned with four faults in seconds to place fifth. Darragh Kenny (IRL) jumped next with Caroline Lloyd s Sans Soucis Z, clear in seconds, to finish third. Harrie Smolders (NED) followed in seconds aboard Axel Verlooy s Enjoy Louis to move into second place. Last to go, Farrington returned aboard Amalaya Investment s Willow with a clear round in seconds to also earn fourth place honors. WEF 11 JUMPER CLASSIC WINNERS: $15,000 SJHOF High Amateur-Owner Jumpers Kelsey Thatcher and Athena $10,000 Sleepy P Ranch SJHOF High Junior Jumpers Daisy Farish and Triviant $10,000 Animo USA Medium Amateur-Owner Jumpers Tori Corts and Rockstar $10,000 Hollow Creek Farm Medium Junior Jumpers Lucas Porter and Psychee d Amour $10,000 Martha Jolicoeur, Illustrated Properties Low Amateur-Owner Jumpers Madison Billings and Stonestreet; Philip Richter and Firefly $10,000 Charles Owen Adult Jumpers Savannah Barry and Adriane BB $10,000 Classical South Florida Adult Jumpers Vicki Lowell and Tippitoo $10,000 Maria Mendelsohn, Illustrated Properties Low Junior Jumpers Stephanie Novas and Aretina M; Sheer Levitin and Nabuco $10,000 Horseware Ireland Don Little Masters Christian Currey and Paramount WEF 11 JUMPER CHAMPIONS: Children s Jumper 14 & Under Rosalie Biedron and Lady B Lucky Rosenbaum Mollengarden, PLLC Children s Jumper Taylor St. Jacques and Stella FarmVet Adult Modified Jumpers Amanda Gunthel and Laracon Griffis Residential Children s Modified Jumpers Emma Ellis and Quick Nick Equiline Low Adult Jumper Nora Van Veen and Tangelo Pegasus Builders Low Adult Jumper 36 & Over Judith Sagal and Lalique Crown Family Low Children s Jumper Taje Warrick and Mufasa; Brooke Giacin and Serendipity Paige Johnson and Dakota Continued from Page 1 me. No, I did not think I was probably fast enough to beat him, but I knew he had a young horse, so that played in my favor tonight. Farrington was aboard a young, less experienced horse in his mount Gazelle, and was proud of the way the mare performed on the bigger stage as well. She is a young horse, so my plan for the circuit was to build her up here. I started in the 1.45m and I was hoping by the end of the season to have another grand prix horse, and I think I have done that, Farrington stated. I thought she jumped fantastic tonight. I watched Paige go, and I wanted to give the horse a nice experience and try to compete at the same time without taking any huge risk. I knew it would be close and I was hoping it would be enough, but it was just a little off the mark. Farrington was also proud to see his student get an exciting win. Johnson has trained with him for almost three years. This is a huge moment, Farrington smiled. I am really excited for her tonight. She and a lot of my students have all had a great season. To see Paige have the biggest win of her career tonight was huge. We started a couple years ago and set out on some goals, and we are slowly checking them off one at a time. This was a big one tonight. Third place finisher, Ramiro Quintana, has ridden his horse for three years and knows the mare well. The pair had consistent results throughout the circuit and earned one of their top placings Saturday night. Despite a case of pneumonia that set the rider back for two weeks, Quintana returned rested, and Whitney was ready to go. She is a seasoned mare, and she knows the ring really well, Quintana noted. Unfortunately, I have been sick, but I am really happy to be back in the show ring feeling 100%. Quintana spoke of the evening s course and his round, stating, I thought it was a pretty fair track. Olaf knows what he is doing. He is one of the top course designers, so it is good to come to Saturday night knowing what to expect. All the horses jumped well and I was happy with my mare; she jumped the first round really well. The jump-off, I tried to go really fast to try and put the pressure on. I had Paige and Kent behind me, so I was really trying to lay it down and close all the doors. Unfortunately, it did not work out for me in the rollback to the second to last jump. Sponsors Amy Carr and Carol Sollak of Engel & Völkers were on hand for the class and were thrilled with the competition and the exciting evening. Our main office is here in Wellington. The majority of our clientele are equestrians, and we certainly love the sport, Carr stated. We like to give back to the sport because we enjoy it, and it means a lot. It is a really fun thing to be able to sponsor this. We are very excited to be a sponsor of this class and be a part of the whole horse show, Sollak added. To have this group that won tonight that are our friends is great for us. We look forward to a great season next year too. Lauren Fisher Final Results: $127,000 Engel & Völkers Grand Prix CSI 4* 1. DAKOTA: 2003 Belgian Warmblood mare by Calvados Ex Sable Rose x Cash PAIGE JOHNSON (USA), Salamander Farm: 0/0/ GAZELLE: 2006 Belgian Warmblood mare by Kashmir Van Shuttershof x Indoctro KENT FARRINGTON (USA), Robin Parksy: 0/0/ WHITNEY: 2003 KWPN mare by Indoctro x Concorde RAMIRO QUINTANA (ARG), St. Bride s Farm: 0/4/ CENTURION B: 2002 Belgian Warmblood gelding by Rebel Z I x Indoctro LISA GOLDMAN (USA), Mary Goldman: 0/4/ COMANCHE 28: 2006 Oldenburg gelding by Coupe de Couer x Baloubet du Rouet MEREDITH MICHAELS-BEERBAUM (GER), Artemis Equestrian Farm LLC: 1/ SHORAPUR: 2005 Hanoverian mare by Stakkato Gold x Drosselklang II KEVIN BABINGTON (IRL), Shorapur LLC: 1/ QUABELLE: 2004 Selle Francais mare by Helrios de la Cour II x Kannan BLYTHE MARANO (USA), Riverview Farm LLC: 1/ AD RACKHAM JO: 2005 Selle Francais stallion by Diamant de Semilly x ATHINA ONASSIS DE MIRANDA (GRE), Athina Onassis de Miranda & Victory Equestrian Sport BV: 2/ DON VHP Z: 2004 Zangersheide stallion by Diamant de Semilly x Voltaire HARRIE SMOLDERS (NED), Copernicus Stables LLC: 4/ FIRST CHOICE 15: 2003 Hessian Warmblood gelding by For Keeps x Angard YANN CANDELE (CAN), Janice Aron: 4/ CHAVENTYNO: 2006 Oldenburg gelding by Chacco-Blue x Aventyno BEN MAHER (GBR), Legacy Stables LLC: 4/ DEAUVILLE S: 2006 Holsteiner gelding by Diamant de Semilly x Lux LAURA KRAUT (USA), Julius Peter Sinnack: 4/81.56 VIP Seating for $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* Enjoy the grand finale of the Winter Equestrian Festival from the Special Events Pavilion at your own private table with a full view of the International Arena for the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* on Saturday, March 28. A Chef s Buffet with open bar is available for $250/guest or $1,500/table of six plus tax. Contact Annette at or call to make your reservations today mariamendelsohn.com Page 8 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 Page 9 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015

6 WEF Week 11 Standings and Awards Leading Lady Jumper Rider, sponsored by Martha Jolicoeur of Illustrated Properties (after 22 qualifying events) 1 Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER): Abigail McArdle (USA): Marie Hecart (FRA): Schuyler Riley (USA): Brianne Goutal (USA): 770 FINAL STANDINGS: Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series, presented by The Dutta Corp. in assoc. with Guide Klatte 1. Lucy Deslauriers (USA): Nicole Bellissimo (USA): Catherine Tyree (USA): Mavis Spencer (USA): Eugenio Garza (MEX): Sophie Simpson (USA): 186 Hermès Talented Young Rider Award (after 48 qualifying events) 1 Emanuel Andrade (VEN): Jessica Springsteen (USA): Lillie Keenan (USA): Abigail McArdle (USA): Alexander Zetterman (SWE): 533 Suncast 1.50m Championship Classic Series (after 11 qualifying events) 1 Darragh Kenny (IRL): Lauren Hough (USA): Eric Lamaze (CAN): Laura Kraut (USA): Ben Maher (GBR): 253 Special Award Winners for WEF Week Eleven Champion Equine Insurance Hunter Style Award, presented by Laura Fetterman: Bacardi, ridden by Havens Schatt Champion Equine Insurance Jumper Style Award, presented by Laura Fetterman: Fine Lady 5, ridden by Eric Lamaze SSG Go Clean for the Green winners: Eric Lamaze, Kelsey Thatcher, Daisy Farish Leading Lady Grand Prix Rider, presented by Martha Jolicoeur of Illustrated Properties in memory of Dale Lawler: Paige Johnson Canada s Eric Lamaze set a record for most wins ever recorded in a single season in the Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Series, and also set a new record for the most amount of bonus money ever won in the SSG Gloves Go Clean for the Green promotion. With five wins to date, all recorded while SSG Digital riding gloves, Lamaze has now won five $3,000 SSG bonuses to date totalling $15,000. He won the first two WEF Challenge Cup events riding Rosana du Park, and the next two riding Fine Lady 5. In Week 11, Fine Lady 5 returned to the winner s circle for owner Artisan Farms, having topped an 18-horse jump-off. Fifteen thousand dollars just for wearing great gloves? That s pretty cool! said the 2008 Olympic Champion, who was presented with his fifth bonus from SSG Gloves promotion manager Jennifer Ward. It s a great added bonus. The WEF has great prize money throughout the season, and to have this bonus on top of it just makes it better. Rarely seen in any class without his SSG Digitals riding gloves, Lamaze explained, I find them very comfortable, and they grip well. I don t find the reins slip, even in hot weather conditions. You don t feel them, they are light, and when I am on a lucky streak, I wear the same ones for a long time and they last. Kelsey Thatcher won her third SSG Gloves bonus of the season following her win in the $15,000 High Amateur-Owner Classic riding Athena while 14-year-old Daisy Farish of Lexington, KY, also picked up a $1,000 bonus from SSG Gloves after winning the $10,000 High Junior Jumper Classic riding Triviant. Photo Lauren Fisher/Jennifer Wood Media Kelli Cruciotti and Chamonix H won the Best Turn Out Award at the jog for the Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series Final. Open Daily at 4:00PM Wellington Green Shopping Center Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 170 Wellington, Fl Excludes Dy on - Reservations Page 10 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 Page 11 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015

7 American Bred: The Dragonfly Triplets Last Wednesday s $1,500 Adequan 7 Year Old Young Jumper results seemed, on the surface, to be a record-book day for Nicole ShahinianSimpson with her three mounts taking first, second and third in the class. A little investigation, however, revealed the three mares are full sisters, born as triplets from surrogates to breeder and owner Carol Rosenstein of Silver Raven Farm. Available on WEF Showgrounds Equine Tack & Nutritionals Farm Vet Running Fox April Moon, Akuna Mattata and Abbey Road [Quinar x SRF Dragonfly x Landwind] are the daughters of Shahinian-Simpson s Olympic Trials mount and off to a promising start. Abbey Road is currently the top ranked 7-year-old in the YJC Eastern League, followed by Akuna Mattata (3rd) and April Moon (6th), winner of the 2014 YJC 6YO Midwestern League Final. Florida Retailers Dover Saddlery Show Chic Spectrum Saddle Shop The Dressage Connection The Tackeria Winning Edge Saddlery The Horse of Course Activates salivation All natural ingredients Encourages submission Eliminates teeth grinding Promotes chewing activity Safe for competition horses End the Training Grind On a brief hiatus from competition, Dragonfly took a trip to Pollyrich Farm in California to become a mom. Seven years ago, 12 hooves hit the ground. Here s the story of the Dragonfly triplets as told by Rosenstein: Visit us online to order or find a retailer near you. VERMONT SUMMER FESTIVAL June 30 August 9, 2015 Featured Classes: USEF 4-Star Jumper Rating $30,000 Grand Prix Every Saturday Weeks 1 through 5 USEF Premier Hunter Rating Abbey Road as a foal and showing with Nicole Shahinian Simpson. WW: What is your experience with breeding? CR: We bred several times with some other horses and never got a result. We own Dragonfly, and my daughter Katherine Polk said She s the best horse we ve ever had, we should breed her. $10,000 Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic Every Sunday Equitation Tuesdays Every Week Over $750,000 in Prize Money WW: How did you choose the Quidam line? CR: We looked for a horse that was a good compliment. Dragonfly was very fast and careful. We wanted to add a little more speed and lightness, so we looked for a very careful, rideable horse with a lot of Thoroughbred. We settled on Quidam and bred to him first, but she didn t take. We needed her to get back to work and were out of time when a friend told us to check out the son of Quidam, Quinar. We hunkered down and watched a lot of videos, selected the stallion and went for it. We bred, and I got a call three days later telling me it s never happened before, but we had four embryos. At the end of the month they asked me what I wanted to do, and I asked them for four surrogate mares and implanted. At the end of 30 days, we still had 3 pregnant mares and they all went to term. WW: Was the plan always to use surrogacy and keep the foal? CR: The plan was always to use surrogacy. We had never done it before, but we did a lot of research and people were very happy to share their knowledge. We thought that as they came along, we would see who had potential and who didn t. And if they didn t, we would sell them off. That hasn t happened yet. WW: How were the triplets started? CR: They were bred in California and as soon as we weaned them, Nicki recommended we send them to Lexington. They were there for three years and grew up on a Thoroughbred farm in an 11-acre paddock. They lived as horses and got big and strong. They were started by a horse whisperer/ cowboy type who starts racehorses before we brought them back to California for Will and Nicki. Knowing them the way we do has made a huge difference. We were at the barn the day they were born. You watch them in a class and see them handle the leave out or slice or open water all these little milestones and it s just like being a mom. When you ve bred and raised them, the emotional investment and pride is way different. WW: What s the background on the naming? CR: My husband and I are in the music and television business producing and directed hundreds of music videos, music based award shows and television programs. We ve had many horses with song names and the Holsteiner Association wanted A names that year, so we went with Abby Road [11th studio album by The Beatles] and Akuna Mattata [anthem to the Disney s The Lion King]. April Moon got hers because she was born in April on the night of a full moon. [News to Rosenstein, April Moon is also the second album of U.K. singer/songwriter Sam Brown!] WW: Describe the differences and similarities of the three. CR: They are really different. Abbey is super efficient like her mom with plenty of jump. April has her mother s personality - an old soul, wise and calm. She s 17 hands with an enormous stride, but very light. Akuna Mattata [who s barn name is another Lion King reference, Nahla] has a lot of the Thoroughbred lines from both parents. She is probably the most like Quinar with his characteristic head toss and ridiculous jump. We hold our breath over the first two jumps of any course because she jumps the standards. WW: Do you plan to breed again? CR: We got lucky with three, but even luckier with three that can jump well. I believe when you get really ridiculously lucky, you don t press that luck. $5,000 3'3" Hunter Derby Every Thursday Weeks 1 through 5 NEW FOOTING! Join us on Social Media Week 3 is a 2015 WCHR Member Event Facebook facebook.com/winterequestrianfestival Week 6 Features: $50,000 Grand Prix $15,000 3'3" Hunter Derby Vermont Summer Festival Tel: (802) Artwork By Jane Gaston Ad Design by Starting Gate Communications Inc. Page 12 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 Akuna Mattata April Moon Jumping photos Sportfot, foal photos courtesy of Silver Raven Farm Page 13 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015 STAY CONNECTED Official Sponsor of the 2015 Adequan Global Dressage Festival

8 WEF AWARDS PHOTO GALLERY Sportfot Hunters Continue Winning Ways at WEF 11 VENDOR VIEWS: THANK YOU The Autism Speaks Small/Medium Children s Pony Hunter champion was Champlain Celebration with Lucas Mejia Fanjul. Rusia Z and Sophia Thomson were the Low Child/Adult Training Jumper champions. The championship in the Cross Rails Hunter Younger division went to Everwood and Sophie Freeman. Renato Troiani of Windsor Farm in Upperville, Virginia won the Vita Flex tack trunk filled with Vita Flex supplements at the Key to Success contest at the Winter Equestrian Festival To start off Thursday morning in the E.R. Mische Grand Hunter Ring, Scott Stewart piloted Dr. Betsee Parker s entry, A Million Reasons, to the winner s circle in the Wrenwood Farms High Performance Working Hunter. Winning four of the five classes, A Million Reasons was dominant over the two days of competition. Olympic Fire, an entry of Roger Smith, earned reserve championship honors with Jennifer Hannan in the irons. The pair earned a first, a second and two thirds over fences, along with a second place finish in the under saddle. This was A Million Reasons first time showing since WEF 6, but she came out in top form. She [A Million Reasons] is really good about everything and very good at her job, Stewart commented. Alliy Moyer, from Carmel, IN, rode her own horse, Carlson, to the tricolor ribbon in The Bainbridge Companies Amateur-Owner Hunter On their way to championship honors, the pair earned a first, a second, and third over fences, along with a third in the under saddle. He [Carlson] was really good this week! He is a seasoned veteran, and he knows when to make mom happy, Moyer laughed. Reserve champion honors were awarded to Kerry McCahill and O Ryan. The combination stepped up the second day of competition to finish first and third in the final two over fences classes. On the final day of hunter competition for WEF 11, Sophie Gochman rode Dr. Betsee Parker s pony, Elation, to the tricolor ribbon in the Visse Wedell, Douglas Elliman Real Estate Small Pony Hunters. Elation and Gochman won two of the over fences classes on their way to the winner s circle. I m thankful that Betsee [Parker] lets me ride her wonderful pony, Gochman smiled after the championship presentation. With Applause and Zayna Rizvi ended Sunday as reserve champions in the division. Rizvi piloted With Applause to a first and fifth over fences, paired with a win in the under saddle. Gochman started riding Elation six months ago and started showing Elation at the beginning of WEF. We have gotten to know each other over the past six months, Gochman stated. She [Elation] acts like a diva at the barn and is always looking for carrots, but around the ring she is always game, which makes her very fun to ride. 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9 Faces of WEF: Jude Florio Always behind the scenes, and an integral part of horse showing, farrier Jude Florio is just wrapping up his 14th season in Florida. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, he now calls Ocean Grove, New Jersey, home where he spends one week in between three weeks in Wellington during the winter months. A rider and retired NYPD Officer in his own right, Florio is confident that he has found his niche in the world of horse sport. Here s a closer look at Jude Florio: WW: How did you get your start as a farrier? JF: I used to work for Seamus Brady [U.S. Equestrian Team Farrier and Show Jumping Hall of Fame Member]. Through that connection, I met a lot of people involved with the circuit, and I like to help out whenever I can. WW: Did you always know shoeing horses was what you wanted to do? JF: No I was a NYC police officer for about five years. I m third generation NYPD, and my uncle Frank was part of the mounted unit. That became my dream from the time I was five. I went on patrol in Brooklyn and put in to go to the mounted unit, but after five years on the job, I felt it was time for a change, so I moved toward shoeing and found myself using my brawn. WW: What s your history with the horse industry? JF: I ve been around horses my whole life and always desired to get better. I became fascinated with shoeing. It became a challenge for me to improve and that led to various apprenticeships. When I knew that I couldn t really buy and sell horses for a living I get too connected this seemed like the better fit. I did some riding never at this level but had the opportunity to ride with some amazing people like George Morris. About seven years ago I decided I would never get to jump in the grand prix, but I might shoe some grand prix horses. WW: What occupies your time when you re not shoeing horses? JF: I have a fascination with cars. [Florio tows his farrier s trailer with a Porsche!] Jude Florio Preferred Realtor of WEF 12 PALM BEACH MIAMI MIAMI BEACH AVENTURA FORT LAUDERDALE BOCA RATON NEW YORK CALIFORNIA EVERY MARKET DEMANDS ITS OWN STRATEGY. WHAT S YOURS? Whether it s a relaxing getaway or an oceanfront estate, dream homes in South Florida are ubiquitous. Home to sun, sand, and breathtaking views, it is no surprise that South Florida draws buyers from around the world. Palm Beach to Miami Beach, when it comes to South Florida, Douglas Elliman agents are the experts. Let Douglas Elliman guide you in your search from beginning to end Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Equal Housing Opportunity. Page 16 WEEK 12 March 25-29, 2015

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