Sarah Lockman, USA Pan American Games Gold Medalist, Adds Lyamora as Young Talent for Summit Farm Lineup
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Nov. 10, 2019
Sarah Lockman is adding a new young talent, Lyamora, to the Summit Farm competition lineup for the U.S. Pan American Games gold medalist.
The three-year-old KWPN mare (Ferguson x Contango) was described by Sarah as an “out of this world mover.” The horse, acquired by sponsor Gerry Ibanez from Nils Kramer and Jannick Gieling, has “a super character both on the ground and under saddle.”
“Thank you to Gerry Ibanez for investing in our future and adding another top horse to our string ensuring that we have a pipeline of talent,” Sarah texted dressage-news.com.
Sarah, 31 years old of Murrieta, California, won individual gold and led the U.S. to team silver on the Summit Farm-owned First Apple at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru in July capping an undefeated competition year of eight wins in eight starts at Small Tour.
She plans to compete First Apple, a nine-year-old KWPN stallion, at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, Florida over the winter in pursuit of a place on the U.S. team for the Tokyo Olympics.