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Six Wins for Maggie Jayne and Pony Lane Farms on Day One of Kentucky Summer Horse Show

Written by: Gillian Ellis
Client: Kentucky Horse Shows LLC http://www.kentuckyhorseshows.com
Release Date: 2009-07-22

Lexington, KY – July 22, 2009 – The Kentucky Summer Horse Show kicked off today despite threatening skies and steady rain. The competition will continue at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY, until Sunday, July 26, 2009. The new all-weather footing in several arenas was unaffected by the constant rainfall, while the hunters took center stage in the Stonelea and Claiborne Rings. Even with the Kentucky Horse Park undergoing major construction for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, the horse show, put on by Kentucky Horse Shows LLC, began its 2009 summer competition without a hitch.

Starting early in the Stonelea ring, Ken Smith and Triton bested the field of six to win the first over fences class of the First Year Green Working Hunters. Triton is owned by Don Stewart of Ocala, FL. Bob Crandall won the second over fences class in the First Year Green Working Hunters aboard Ascot, owned by Robin Hummel- Johnson of Sewickley, PA.

The big winner today in the professional hunter divisions was Maggie Jayne, who won six classes with three different horses, all owned by Pony Lane Farms of Bluffdale, UT. Jayne and her mount Early Applause won both Green Conformation Hunter classes, and she captured two more blues in the Second Year Green Working Hunter classes aboard Gianni.

Jayne finished her morning by winning two Regular Conformation Hunter classes on Pony Lane Farm’s Francesca. In addition, Francesca won the Regular Conformation Model earlier in the day. Jayne reflected on her wins by saying, “I thought they were nice. All the horses went well, and we’re just happy to be here.”

Both Regular Working Hunter over fences classes were won by Clooney, ridden by Kelley Farmer. Clooney is owned by Top Line Sport Horse International of Cypress, TX.

Championships for the professional hunter divisions will be presented tomorrow in the Stonelea Ring. Junior hunters kick off on Friday at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show, and the Amateur-Owner and Pony Hunter divisions will be held on Saturday and Sunday.

For more information on the Kentucky Summer Horse Show or for a complete set of horse show results, please go to www.kentuckyhorseshows.com.

Photo Caption: Maggie Jayne and Francesca compete in the Regular Conformation Hunter division at the Kentucky Summer Horse Show. Photo by: Photograph may be used only in relation to this PMG press release.

 

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