Congrats to all 2013 riders and horses.
Ending the year with many wins, memories and good times.
Looking forward to seeing you in the show ring next season!
CONGRATS! To all of Sunset Riders for the season of 2012
Karissa Dawdy and Memphis got 6,7,9 in the Hi/Lo Division. Hailey Thorpe and her Large pony Don’t Blink were Reserve Champion out of 47 ponies! Cora LAcey and her horse RIchoet showed trillium for the first time and placed 11th in the medal class. Victoria Fellows and Mischa had amazing experience and finishing with an 8th in the 2’6 hunter division. MAckenzie Vanderwyst and her large pony Mr.Nice Guy got a 10th in a o/f class out of 47, great job! Mia Manfredi and Sir Wellington got a 6,8 out of 49 horses. Good Job Everyone!!
Victoria Fellows and Mischa rode in the 2’6 Hunter Division and finished in 4th place. Karissa Dawdy and Memphis moved up into the Hi/Lo Hunter Division and finished this year off with Champion. Mackenzie Vanderwyst had a very successful season ending up Reserve Champion in the Large Pony Divsion. Hailey Thorpe and her pony Don’t Blink finished 4th place overall in the Large Pony Division. Mia Manfredi and her horse Sir Wellington had a great first season together finishing in 4th place in the Modified Child/Adult. Cora Lacey and Richoet had a great season as well in the Modified Child/Adult Hunter Division finishing in ninth place and still capable of going to Championships. Lauren Donker and Miss Daisy once again rode in the S.S Division finishing in fourth place.
Mia Manfredi has leased a new horse for the 2012 show season. Will be showing on the trillium circuit!
Victoria Fellows and her new mare Mischa has started showing in the 2’6 Hunter and will continue to progress into the higher levels.
Hailey Thorpe and her large pony Don’t Blink will continue to show on the Trillium Circuit and the “A” circuit for this season.
Cora Lacey and Richoet have moved up the the Trillium Level in the Modified Child/Adult Division for this summer.
Mr.Nice Guy and Mackenzie Vanderwyst are showing the Large Pony Hunter for the second year in a row.