United States Grand Prix, Intermediate 1 & Under-25 Championship Final Entries
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May 8, 2017
United States championship final entries were posted Monday night after a dramatic 11th-hour ruling by the international sports court allowing Kaitlin Blythe to ride Don Principe in the Brentina Cup Under-25 and Adrienne Lyle to compete Horizon in the Intermediate 1. Ashley Holzer will ride in her first American Grand Prix championship competing against Breaking Dawn that she rode in one of her four Olympics for Canada.
Kasey Perry-Glass on Dublet will be the sole pair from the 2016 Olympic bronze medal team entered in The Dutta Corp. Festival of Champions that is returning to historic Gladstone, New Jersey May 17-21.
Eight combinations will compete in the Tim Dutta Grand Prix Championship and 16 in the Tim Dutta Intermediate 1 division where each will ride in three classes with the pairs with the highest average taking the titles. Seven pairs are entered in the Brentina Cup Under-25 championship.
The championships were not held last year for the first time since the inaugural event in 1991.
They have been overwhelmed to some extent by the explosive success of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival of seven CDIs over three months in Wellington, Florida in winter coupled with growing numbers of top Americans competing in Europe over summer, including in the still new trans-Atlantic Nations Cup series.
Defending Grand Prix champion from 2015 Laura Graves has made clear Verdades on whom she is ranked No. 4 in the world will not be over-competed after the Olympics and then qualifying for the Omaha World Cup Final where the pair was reserve champion six weeks ago. Steffen Peters is following a similar path with the still young Rosamunde. Both are expected to be top contenders for the American team at the World Games in Tryon in September 2018.
Allison Brock did not seek a start with Rosevelt as she did not feel the horse was in peak condition.
Tim Dutta Grand Prix
—Katherine Bateson Chandler, 42 of Wellington and Alcazar, 12-year-old KWPN gelding (Contango x Ferro) owned by Jane Forbes Clark
—Kasey Perry-Glass, 29 years old of Wellington, Florida and Dublet, 14-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Diamond Hit x Ferro) owned by Diane Perry
—Chase Hickok, 27 years old of Wellington and Sagacious HF, 18-year-old KWPN gelding (Welt Hit II x Cocktail), owned by Hyperion Farm
—Ashley Holzer, 53 years old of New York and Sir Caramello, 10-year-old Oldenburg gelding (Sir Donnerhall x Feiner Stern) owned by Peacock Ridge
—Adrienne Lyle, 32 years old of Ketchum, Idaho and Salvino, 10-year-old Hanoverian stallion (Sandro Hit x Donnerhall) owned by Salvino Partners
—P.J. Rizvi, 47 years old of Greenwich, Connecticut and Breaking Dawn, 18-year-old KWPN gelding (Akribori x L.Ronald) owned by P.J. Rizvi and Ashley Holzer
—Mette Rosencrantz, 63 years old of Topango, California and her Marron, 17-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Michellino x Woernitz)
—Olivia LaGoy-Weltz, 33 years old of Haymarket, Virginia and her Lonoir, 13-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (de Noir x Loran)
Tim Dutta Intermediate 1
—Barbie Asplundh, 57 years old of Loxahatchee, Florida and her Bittersweet, 11-year-old KWPN mare (Dutch Dormella DDH x Ulft)
—Jennifer Baumert, 45 years old of Waxhaw, North Carolina and Handsome, 12-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Hochadel x Weltmeyer) owned by Elizabeth B. Juliano
—Jane Cleveland, 53 years old of Wellington and her Monique, eight-year-old American-bred Danish Warmblood mare (Tailormade Temptation x Matador)
—Bridget Hay, 36 years old of East Amwell, New Jersey and her Faolan, eight-year-old American-bred Oldenburg stallion (Freestyle x Weltstern)
—Susan Ighani, 36 years old of Napa, California and Liaison, 14-year-old Westfalen mare (Laomedon x Fleurop) owned by Quadratura Living Trust
—Jessica Jo Tate, 39 years old of Landrum, South Carolina and Montana, American-bred 12-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Rambo x Manchet) owned by Brenda Duet
—Jessica Jo Tate, 39 years old of Landrum, South Carolina and Summersby, 10-year-old American-bred Hanoverian mare (Sir Donnerhall x Rosentau) owned by Joseph P. Tate
—Nicole Levy, 35 years old of Georgetown, Kentucky and Floratina, nine-year-old Hanoverian mare (Fidertanz x Rubin-Royal) owned by Kate Sanders
—Adrienne Lyle, 32 years old of Ketchum, Idaho and Horizon, 10-year-old Oldenburg mare (Hotline x Don Schufro) owned by Elizabeth Juliano
—Adrienne Lyle, 32 years old of Ketchum, Idaho and Harmony’s Duval, nine-year-old KWPN gelding (Rousseau x Riverman) owned by Kylee Lourie
—Catherine Malone, 32 years old of Coatesville, Pennsylvania and Dilona, nine-year-old KWPN mare (Lord Leatherdale x Kennedy) owned by Iron Springs Farm
—Natalie Pai, 20 years old of Wellington, Florida and Fritz San Tino, 15-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Falkenstern 11 x Wanderbursch 11) owned by Melanie Pai
—Riana Porter, 25 years old of Petaluma, California and Dax, nine-year-old American-bred Oldenburg gelding (Donnerschlag x Pavarotti V.D. Helle) owned by Kathy van Camp
—Rebecca Rigdon, 39 years old of San Diego, California and La Fariah, eight-year-old Rhinelander mare (Lord Loxley x Rosenkoenig) owned by Rebecca Rigdon and David Blake
—Tiffany Silverman, 45 years old of Rancho Santa Fe, California and her Sebastian, 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding (Sorento x Argentinus)
—Kim Yacobucci, 56 years old of Phoenix, Arizona and her Dona Rosa, 12-year-old American-bred ISR mare (Don Graphit x Layout)
Young Adult Brentina Cup (Under-25)
—Kaitlin Blythe, 25 years old of Rougemont, North Carolina and Don Principe, 18-year-old Hanoverian stallion (Donnerhall x Prince Thatch XX) owned by Maryanna Haymon
—Mallory Chambers, 21 years old of Mt. Olive, New Jersey and Urithmic, 16-year-old KWPN gelding (Jazz x Zeoliet), owned by Heather Mason
—Geena S. Martin, 25 years old of Wellington and Bon Chance, 12-year-old Hanoverian gelding (sired by Belissimo), owned by Caroline Roffman
—Jacquelyn McMaster, 24 years old of Sherwood, Oregon and Rampart, 17-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Blue Hors Cavan x Rossi XX) owned by Jacquelyn McMaster and Kelly Krambs
—Natalie Pai, 20 years old of Wellington, Florida and Unlimited, 16-year-old KWPN gelding (Jazz x Winckenburgh) owned by Melanie Pai
—Molly Paris, 20 years old of Charlotte, North Carolina and her Countess, 15-year-old Danish Warmblood mare (Don x Solos Carex)
—Ariel Thomas, 22 years old of Briones, California and her Heraldik Star, 18-year-old Oldenburg gelding (Heraldik XX x Weingau)