Record Turnout for National Show Jumping Tournament
It was a record turnout for the Cedar Run Classic last week, with 428 horses competing (100 more than last year) and over 1,500 riders, trai
By: Bullpen PR |
It was a record turnout for the Cedar Run Classic last week, with 428 horses competing (100 more than last year) and over 1,500 riders, trainers and spectators in attendance for the first of Cedar Run’s National Show Jumping Tournaments.
“We experienced a record number of participants and attendees for the Classic and we have even larger numbers for this week’s Cedar Run Tournament,” said Cedar Run spokesperson Nicole Paara. “We’re happy to see more riders and their families coming up and taking a mini-vacation while they are here, taking advantage of what our four seasons resort community has to offer; the beach, hiking, golfing and shopping and eating in our local restaurants and all of this is helping to support the local economy as well.”
Feature Event Highlights
The top three finishers from Saturday’s $5,000 Canadian Hunter Derby event (part of a $20,000 Hunter Derby Series at Cedar Run this summer) were Rider Ryan Roy riding Bayridge; Erynn Ballard riding Granted and Peter Gisborn riding Eminence.
Sunday’s Jump Canada Cup Series $10,000 Grand Prix (part of $50,000 Grand Prix Series at Cedar Run this summer) was won by Michelle Vandal riding Divine Diva; 2nd place went to Christi McQuaker riding Falco de Lizami and 3rd to Roberto Teran riding Von der Graaf.
Highlights for the upcoming Cedar Run Tournament include the Hunter Derby at 4 p.m on Saturday, July 14. and the Grand Prix at 2 p.m. on Sunday the 15th. For further details visit www.cedarrun.ca