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Great Lakes Equestrian Festival Week Three Wrap-Up: July 20-24

Written by: Kendall Bierer
Client: Morrissey Management Group (MMG) http://www.stadiumjumping.com/sj/index.cfm
Release Date: 2016-07-25

Traverse City, Mich. - July 25, 2016 - It was a repeat victory for Aaron Vale on Sunday afternoon as he and Carlo blazed the way to win the $50,000 Great Lakes Grand Prix, presented by the Ingram Family. Out of 25 horse and rider combinations, Vale led the class from beginning to end, never losing sight of the victory. He set the pace at an untouchable 33.441 seconds to win his second grand prix of the summer series.

Vale was the busiest rider of the grand prix with five horses in contention for the highlight event of the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival Week Three. As the first on course, Vale made the technical track appear easy with Bonzini S, owned by Thinks Like a Horse, as the veteran rider navigated the Pierre Jolicouer-designed course with the week two grand prix winner.  As it would turn out, only eight horse and rider combinations would proceed to the speed track.

Jolicouer said, "I was very happy with the results. I had 25 horses in the grand prix, and it is good with that number to have about six to eight in the jump-off. It is a different caliber. You want your best horse and rider combination to be on top, but you want your younger ones to learn. Basically, there are three words in course designing: safety, fun and education. If I can get all three of those words said about my course, then I am very happy, and today I believe it worked out well."

Vale was the first to return for the jump-off, but with two other horses qualified aside from Bonzini S, he knew that his first attempt would air on the more conservative side. They rode to a clear and fast speed round in 35.008 seconds, yet it was his second horse, Carlo, owned by Amatoville Enterprises, that would finally take the win they have been waiting for since the winter.

"I got the ride on [Carlo] this winter doing the 1.40m and the Welcome classes in Ocala, and he was very competitive in that," Vale elaborated. "We have steadily moved him into the grand prix, and he has been doing well. He is a real competitive horse, and he has been knocking on the door."

Today that door swung wide open for Carlo, as they laid down a track that would prove unbeatable.

"My first horse, Bonzini S, he is not the nimblest, and I had some trouble getting into the last line," Vale explained. "I had to zig-zag a little, so I lost a little momentum with him. I knew that Carlo was a little nimbler in the tighter turns, and we caught a real nice angle on the third to last fence that took the previous zig-zag out of play. It was just right there to run, so we did."

They broke the beam in an astounding 33.441 seconds, leaving all rails in their cups.

"I know Aaron, he is a serious competitor," Jolicouer described. "He is a winner, and he is going to try to put everything he has got to win. He went early, and there was a lot of pressure on him to win. After he laid down the first clean and fast round, I knew that he was going to have to give it his all to win, and that he would take a few risks to make that happen."

For several weeks, Vale and fellow competitor Amanda Derbyshire have been going neck and neck in the big money classes at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival. Once again, Derbyshire qualified for the jump-off with David and Becky Gochman's Lady Maria BH. Vale knew that she would be hot on his trail, so he could not leave any room for her to make a move and slice the seconds off of his already fast time.  

It turned out that Derbyshire was not his most formidable opponent Sunday, but rather David Beisel with the 10-year-old Warmblood Call Me Hannes, owned by Harlow Investment Enterprises, LLC. The pair followed consecutively after Vale, and had the crowd on their feet as they chased his time. The roars of support goaded them on as they raced down the final line, galloping to the final fence, a liverpool oxer, stopping the clock at 34.005 seconds, just shy of Vale's time, but good enough for the second place. 

"I could hear the crowd," Beisel said. "With everyone cheering, I ran as fast as I could to the last one. I also knew that I wasn't worried at all for the last jump, as far as being careful, because he was very observant of the water tray in the first round. I knew that he was going to jump up, so we ran all out."

With Beisel finishing in second, Vale would earn the first and third place with Carlo and Bonzini S, respectively. The fourth place was awarded to Nick Novak and Climbus for their double-clear effort in 35.436 seconds. Fifth place went to Derbyshire and Lady Maria BH, as the fastest of the 4-fault efforts, while Novak would also pick up the sixth place aboard Dirkie Z. 

Jumper Highlights (Wednesday – Sunday)

The third week of the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival (GLEF) kicked off with cloudless skies, a gentle wind and the nation’s top horse and rider combinations. Exhibitors prepared for a full schedule of competition at the destination venue, many were relaxed from two days of exploring all Traverse City has to offer, from sugar-sand beaches and blue waters to picking cherries and exploring the best restaurants in north Michigan.

Douglas Boyd captured the win during the $2,500 1.40m Open Jumpers with Berkley III, owned by the Sapphire Riding Academy out of Mettawa, Illinois. He traversed the Pierre Jolicouer-designed track with the 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, breaking the beam in 43.559 seconds to secure the first place.

Caitlyn Shiels, of Sheffield, Massachusetts, and a frequent competitor across the mid-west circuit, rode to the second place award with a four-fault finish in the jump-off. She rode her own Cavalier II, a 9-year-old grey gelding, to the time of 46.730 seconds, as the second of only three competitors to master the first round and move into the short course. Scott Lenkart piloted Beorn, owned by Alliy Moyer, to the third place finish.

During the 1.30m Open Jumpers, Aaron Vale and North Face Farm’s Quality On Top rode to the top of the leader board to seal the victory. The professional rider bested the field as the eighth in the order, riding the Hanoverian gelding to a speedy time of 35.070 seconds. Boyd finished just behind Vale with Calvigo, owned by the Sapphire Riding Academy, with a clean time of 36.133 seconds. David Jennings and Aventador, owned by Maffitt Lake Farms, rounded out the top three with a more conservative pace of 41.947 seconds, leaving all rails in place.

The $1,000 1.30m Open Jumper division saw 16 horse and rider combinations compete, but it was David Beisel who rode to the top of the class. Beisel rode Rumorosa, a 10-year-old Mexican Sport Horse mare, owned by Harlow Investment Enterprises, LLC of Mason, Ohio, to the untouchable time of 33.690 seconds, outrunning Kristen Collins and Formella by nearly three seconds. The third place was awarded to junior rider Emily Perez aboard Boukati B, owned by G&W Equine Partners.

The grey gelding, Mach 5, lived up to his name on Thursday afternoon as rider Dana Wille led the way during the High Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumpers at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival (GLEF). Wille imported the Dutch Warmblood from Germany two years prior, expecting that he would max out at the 1.20m-level; however, as Thursday proved, he not only has the speed, but also the scope. The duo surpassed a field of 14 contenders to race to the top of the leaderboard with nearly a four-second margin.

It was Lindsay Strafuss and Troya Montecristo, owned by Castle Pointe Farm, LLC, who took the early lead in the class, riding to a clean and clear time of 39.560 seconds. Following consecutively, Sophie Michaels and MCB Maya shaved the time with a tight rollback to a tall vertical that put them just ahead at 38.546 seconds. 

Wille tackled the course like a professional, never hinting that she only recently turned 17 years old. "There is a reason he is named Mach 5," Wille laughed. "He showed it out there today for sure." 

More affectionately known as 'Speed' around the barn, the gelding left all rails in place and turned with clear agility through the serpentine course, designed by Pierre Jolicouer. They broke the beam in 33.640 seconds. The only other rider to nearly catch their time was Daisy Farish and Great White, who fell shy of the finish with a time 37.099 seconds.

It was David Dorner and Chaciara who sped to the victory during the 1.35m Open Jumpers. The duo took the win with a time of 73.339 seconds. Second place was awarded to Douglas Boyd and Calvigo, owned by the Sapphire Riding Academy of Mettawa, Illinois, who finished with only four faults. Taylor Reid and her own Ugano rounded out the final placings with the third place finish, following a more conservative path than her prior contenders.

David Beisel had a back-to-back victory in the Open Jumpers, riding to his second win of week three with Rumorosa. Beisel has worked with the mare for the last two years, and is aiming to compete in the $25,000 Devocoux Welcome Stake on Friday. He has been preparing her through the Open Jumper divisions, giving her an easy school and win on Wednesday in the 1.30m Open Jumpers, and then taking the lead in the 1.40m Open Jumpers on Thursday. 

The pair entered the ring at a gallop, taking a direct approach to the first vertical of the track. As one of only three to clear the first-round course, Beisel knew that he could leave little room for error, and took the course at a more conservative pace. They completed the shortened track with no faults and a time of 44.519 seconds. Douglas Boyd and Berkley III finished second, while Taylor Reid and Boucanier captured the third.

Amanda Derbyshire and Lady Maria BH celebrated their one-year partnership with a victory in the $25,000 Devoucoux Welcome Stake at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival (GLEF) Week Three. The grey mare rose to the occasion, out jumping 32 contenders for the lion's share of the prize on Friday, tripping the timers in 33.649 seconds.

Derbyshire and Lady Maria BH, owned by David and Becky Gochman, were one of only three to clear Pierre Jolicouer's jump-off track, and one of only six to master the first round course. Aaron Vale and Quality On Top, owned by North Face Farm, took second place, while David Beisel and Call Me Hannes, owned by Harlow Investment Enterprises LLC, earned third.

Derbyshire and Lady Maria BH have proven themselves as formidable opponents in more than one arena including the 2016 Longines Global Champions Tour Miami, where they won the Miami Beach CSI2*. 

Vale took the second place finish with North Face Farm's Quality On Top, leading the class from the beginning until Derbyshire stole the limelight.

Both Derbyshire and Vale plan to face off once again during the $50,000 Great Lakes Grand Prix, presented by the Ingram family, on Sunday, July 24.

David Beisel tends to ride the "little horses that could," surpassing numerous contenders with his slight and speedy mounts. On Friday, it was the little chestnut mare, For Sunday, owned by Harlow Investment Enterprises, LLC of Mason, Ohio, that took the Young Jumper Championship (YJC) 6-Year-Old Qualifier victory.

For Sunday holds a special place in Beisel's heart, especially because he had so much success with her dam, For Pleasure. Bred by Beisel and Harlow Investment Enterprises, For Sunday came to be due to an award Beisel earned with For Pleasure at HITS Ocala for "Best Mare."

"We won a free embryo transfer, and that is how we ended up with the baby," Beisel smiled. "We want to get to the Young Jumper Championships in Kentucky in September. She loves it out there. I have to keep her straight, and try not to go too fast. She is little enough that you need to let her go fast, but not quite full-throttle. I would like to thank the Harlows for letting me ride such a great horse. Also, CWD for such great saddles."

Beisel was the only contender of the qualifying class to navigate the opening track clear, riding both of his 6-year-olds into the jump-off. Although he jumped clear with his first horse, La Dolce Vida VDL, owned by Makayla Weber, he took a conservative approach, which left room for his return with For Sunday. They broke the beam in 42.473 seconds with a double-clear effort sealing the win as well as their third consecutive victory of the GLEF series. For Sunday currently leads the YJC 6-Year-Old Mid-West League with 85 points after their win Friday.

Third and fourth place finishes were awarded to Charlotte Clark with Kinsella and Amalee, respectively.

Madison Dehaven and Chanel have a rare relationship, one that spans nearly a decade. Dehaven purchased the Irish Sport Horse mare as a weanling eight years prior, not only breaking and training her, but also taking her through the ranks with the help of influential trainers and the support of her family. On Saturday afternoon, they proved their bond with the NAL Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic victory at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival.

Only four horse and rider combinations mastered the Pierre Jolicouer-designed NAL Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic track, moving into an immediate jump-off. Dehaven knew that she was up against an extremely fast time, following only four behind the class leader, Kate Shaughnessy and Ciro, who had posted the trailblazing time of 39.708 seconds.  

The pair tripped the timers in 39.273 seconds, just a half of a second ahead of Shaugnessy to not only capture the NAL-victory, but also the division championship. The third place was awarded to Madeline Cooley and Carlina, while the fourth place finish went to Alycia Walker and Shaamen.

 

During the NAL Low Junior Jumper Classic, it was Isabella Russekoff and Castor Van De Kranenburg, owned by Lexus Arbuckle, that clinched the victory with a blazing win in 38.702 seconds. 

She shaved the seconds off of second place finisher, Logan Taylor's time of 40.582 seconds, stopping the clock nearly two seconds faster than Taylor and Five Star, owned by REV Media Marketing LLC.

The 16-year-old, who trains with Elizabeth Pandich, already has her sights set on the week four $25,000 Welcome Stake, but Castor holds a special place in her heart. "He is my horse that I can go around on and have fun with on the course in the Low Junior division," she smiled.

Sophie Michaels finished third and fourth with Darero, owned by Sweet Oak Farm, and Catch Me T, owned by Further Lane Farm, respectively. Emily Perez rounded out the top five with Bola de Nieve, owned by Gerardo Pasquel.

Previous to the grand prix action on Sunday was the $7,500 Show Jumping Hall of Fame High Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic. Isabella Russekoff and Calvero IV, owned by Porter Allen, secured the win in 34.200 seconds, without fault. Finishing in second place was Emily Perez and Paola 233 with a clear jump-off posted in 37.979 seconds. Alliy Moyer Beorn earned the third place finish as the last of the double-clears in 41.113 seconds.

Earlier in the day, the $2,500 East Wind Farm Children's Jumper Classic kicked off the start of the final day of showing in Grand Prix Ring. Thirteen of the original starting field of 27 mastered the opening track, but it was Anika Pirkle and Just a Dream who took the victory in 33.513 seconds. Mimi Gochman trailed Snider by more than two seconds with Lilly BH, capturing the second place in in 35.907 seconds. The third place was awarded to Olivia Parr and Uccella, owned by Oakland Ventures LLC and El Milagro, who posted two clear rounds in 36.935 seconds.

During the $2,500 Adult Amateur Jumper Classic, which comprised of 17 horses and riders vying for the top prize, Olivia Lawton and Cassandra Dreams claimed the top spot. The pair finished double clear in 31.352 seconds to take the win. Lisa Baker and Triple Bar LLC's Zyminka finished in second in another double clear effort laid down in 36.296 seconds, while Madeline Cooley and Rosario LN, owned by Jennifer Santana, took the third place honors, respectively, with no faults in 36.712 seconds.

The $2,500 Modified Children's/Adult Jumper Classic hosted 22 challengers with only two producing double-clear rounds. Olivia Herbert and Lush, owned by Mimi Herbert, rode to the quickest of the two times in 34.539 seconds. Cole Batershall and El Casper, owned by Gut Einhaus, Inc., stopped the timer in 36.998 seconds to take the red ribbon and Missy Rossi and Roccanna, owned by Vincent Rossi, took the third place honors in 35.229 seconds.

Hunter Highlights (Wednesday – Sunday)

 

The Great Lakes Equestrian Festival welcomed hunter competitors to its third week Wednesday at the Flintfields Horse Park. Riders have dubbed the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival the "destination show," and it has already collected favorable reviews for the 2016-edition. With cloudless skies and mountain views, a number of contenders came into the R.L. Polk Family Main Hunter Ring intending to set the bar high, and started the first day of competition strong with top placings.

 

In the High Performance Working Hunters Courtney Calcagnini took the top spot in the over fences class, as well as the handy round, aboard Fleur de Lis Farms' Bowie, a 10-year-old Warmblood gelding. Taking second place in both classes was Tamara Provost and Jus d'O a 7-year-old Belgian Warmblood stallion owned by Rick Moyer. Rounding out the top three were Peter Pletcher and Columbia, an 11-year-old Holsteiner mare owned by Blanche Strunk in the over fences class and Meagan Murray and Editorial, a 9-year-old Holsteiner gelding, owned by Rebecca Price in the handy class.

  

Her two trips Wednesday morning had a much better outcome and the pair is now getting ready for the $25,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby presented by the Gochman Family and Baxter Hill Farm on Saturday, July 30. Calcagnini was happy with her rides to start off the week.

 

In the Regular Conformation Hunter division, sponsored by Sugar Run Farm, it was Hilary Johnson and Maria Rasmussen trading out the top spots with Kelsey Wickham and Pick Six placing third in both classes. Rassmussen took home the blue in the over fences class aboard Bliss, a 7-year-old warmblood gelding owned by Corporate Way LLC; while Johnson and Voyager, an 8-year-old Warmbood gelding, owned by Copper Fox LLC, were on top in the handy round.

 

In the First Year Green Working Hunter Class, sponsored by Wrenwood Farm, the top spot again went to Johnson aboard Copper Fox LLC's Voyager, an 8-year-old Warmbood gelding. Second place was awarded to Quirino a 10-year-old Holsteiner, piloted by Peter Pletcher and owned by Audry Giles-Gates. The third place went to Kelsey Wickham and Wait and See Farms' Pick Six. In the handy round, Pletcher took the first place, while Melissa Donnelly and Corlando 49, a 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding owned by Elizabeth Becker, finished in second place and Jennifer Nadalin and Westeros owned by Katie Jordan rounded out the top three.

 

Professional hunter divisions wrapped up the second day of competition at Great Lakes Equestrian Festival Week III. Hilary Johnson had a banner day finding herself with tricolors in both the Second Year Green Working Hunter Division as well as the Green Conformation Hunter Division and a reserve championship in the First Year Green Working Hunter Division.  

In the Second Year Green Working Hunter Division, the championship went to Hilary Johnson and Moonwalk, a 9-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Copper Fox LLC. Rachel Johnson and For Adventure, a 9-year-old warmblood gelding owned by Alex McNally, took home the reserve championship. Johnson was thrilled with her ride on this special horse. 

Johnson was once again in the tricolors as the Green Conformation Hunter Champion with Voyager an 8-year-old warmblood gelding owned by Copper Fox LLC. Reserve Champion went to Maria Rasmussen and Bliss a 7-year-old warmblood gelding owned by Corporate Way LLC. In the High Performance Working Hunters the championship went to Courtney Calcagnini aboard Fleur de Lis Farms' Bowie, a 10-year-old Warmblood gelding. The reserve championship went to Peter Pletcher and Columbia, an 11-year-old Holsteiner mare owned by Blanche Strunk. 

In the First Year Green Working Hunter Division, it was Peter Pletcher and Quirino, a 10-year-old Holsteiner owned by Audry Giles-Gates, who earned the top honors. The hunter ring is a second career for Quirino, who Pletcher began riding after last year's winter season in Florida. 

 

Pletcher's instincts about Quirino have certainly proven correct. "He is turning out to be a great hunter and derby horse, Pletcher said.  "He has a great attitude, brave and fun to ride. He won the $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby the first week of Country Heir. He has placed in almost all of them that we have done. We are excited for the derby finals."

 

On day three of The Great Lakes Equestrian Festival it was the junior riders who had their turn to shine under sunny blue skies in the R.L. Polk Family Main Hunter Ring. It was a blue ribbon day for Sophie Michaels and Coco in the Large Junior Hunter 16-17 over fences classes Friday. Michaels and Coco a 13-year-old Westphalian gelding, owned by Further Lane Farm, claimed the top spot in both the over fences class as well as the handy round. 

Following behind Michaels in the over fences class, second place went to Emma Lena Green and her own Hennessy, a 10-year-old Oldenburg gelding. The pair was also third in the handy round. Lily Walton and her own Callahan a 9-year-old Oldenburg gelding rounded out the top three. Bringing home the red ribbon in the handy round was Cole Battershall and Rogelio an 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Rolling Acres Farm.

In the Large Junior Hunter 15 and Under division, the top spot in the over fences class went to Sloan Hopson and Coachella a 14-year-old warmblood gelding owned by Avery Griffin, Hopson and Coachella also took home third place in the handy round. In second place was Sophie Gochman and VIP Z, a 14-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Scott Stewart, the pair took home the blue in the handy class. Rounding out the top three in the over fences class was Paige Matthies and Justified a 9-year-old warmblood gelding owned by Dudley B. Smith. Second place in the handy class went to Rachel McMullen and Clear Sailing a 9-year-old warmblood mare owned by Redfield Farm. 

This is only the second show together for Gochman and VIP Z but the pair is already finding success with a win in the THIS National Children's Medal during Week Two of the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival. 

Gochman was happy with her ride on her new partner. "It went really well," Gochman smiled. This is my second time showing him, so I was really proud of him and the handy was really good. I'm really figuring him out, the first round was still pretty good. Sometimes it felt like it could have been better, but I feel like I'm really connecting with him." 

It is no secret that top equitation riders often go on to become some of the nation's foremost show jumping riders. Equitation rounds are about finding great riders, and the technicality and skill that are required for the equitation ring give riders excellent preparation and a pipeline. That is certainly the goal of Daisy Farish who took first place in the Pessoa/U.S. Hunter Seat Medal on Saturday morning at The Great Lakes Equestrian Festival aboard Calimero 628 a 7-year-old Hanoverian gelding owned by Heritage Farm. 

Farish, who trains with Andre Dignelli at Heritage Farm, has already seen her share of success in the equitation classes. She is preliminarily qualified for the Pessoa/U.S. Hunter Seat Medal and took first place in the medal class at the Devon Horse Show aboard Cassio, beating out 46 contenders. 

In Saturday's class it was a field of 24, with four riders were called back for a test over five fences that included hand galloping to the second fence and a lead change to take the last fence in a counter canter. 

Second place went to barnmate Sophie Michaels and Carlo, a 14-year-old Wurttemberg gelding. Rounding out the top three was Mimi Gochman aboard Clifford, a 9-year-old Holsteiner gelding owned by Blue Hill Farm LLC. Gochman and Clifford also took second place in the ASPCA Maclay. 
 
Farish planned her test round well for the fact that she was riding a new and relatively young horse. Many riders attempted a flying change in order to prepare for the final counter canter fence. Farish chose to play it safe and perform a simple change, a strategy that clearly worked. 
 
Farish's ultimate goal this year is to compete in the Pessoa/U.S. Hunter Seat Medal Finals held during the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and join the ranks of such winning riders as George Morris, Kent Farrington and most recently Kelly Cruciotti. 

Next into the ring on Saturday were riders in the ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship Class hoping to earn qualifying points to take them to regionals and ultimately on to the finals held at the CP National Horse Show in Lexington, Kentucky. 

Out of the original 16 entries, 11 horse and rider combinations were asked to return to the ring for the flat phase. The top spot went to Kathleen Harrigan and Columbina Z, an 11-year-old Zangersheide mare owned by Kimberly Janson. In second place was Mimi Gochman and Clifford, who collected their second equitation ribbon of the morning. Rounding out the top three was Hannah Coleman and Charming Charly 5, an 8-year-old Oldenburg gelding owned by Fox Meadow Farm. 

Sunday also saw championships awarded in the Amateur Owner Hunter division. Taking home the championship was Alliy Moyer and Carlson, a 12-year-old Hanoverian gelding. The pair took first place in both the over fences class, as well as the handy class. The reserve championship went to Olivia Lawton and Gretzky a 14-year-old warmblood gelding. 

Horses are not the only form of entertainment lined up for this year's Great Lakes Equestrian Festival. The festival has teamed up with top musicians and entertainers from around the country to offer fun-filled evenings for this year's concert and dinner series.
 
The Summer Evenings at Flintfields continues, the Paella Dinner and Farm Feast, as well as a 6 p.m. performance by Josh Davis Trio with Nik Carman, hosted by PorterhousePresents.com. The fun continues on Sunday with the "JustWorld Cheers for Change" and the JustWorld Horseless Horse Show, which will run from 1-4 p.m., and is only $15 to compete. The finale of the first summer series will feature theGochman Family Ice Cream Social and a Grand Prix Lunch in the Raymond James VIP Tent.
 
Series Two kicks off on August 10 and runs through August 28 featuring three weeks of hunter and jumper competition with a FEI CSI2* rating Week Five and Six and a FEI CSI3* rating during Week Seven culminating in the $100,000 Grand Traverse Grand Prix on Sunday, August 28. Act now to reserve stabling spots, and do not miss out on the chance to compete during the all-new FEI Great Lakes Equestrian Festival series in August.
 
The Great Lakes Equestrian Festival is set on 88 beautiful acres and showcases five world-class competition rings in addition to spacious schooling rings. The property features don't stop there as the park offers convenient on-site campgrounds and weekly nights of entertainment for a truly unique attendee experience.

For more information or to view schedules, please visit mmg.management or www.greatlakesequestrianfestival.com.

 

 

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