Vaulter Wins Women's Division In Slovakia
Inouye, from Palo Alto, California, competing for Sundance Vaulters,
won the womens competition held Sunday, April 27, at CVI**
Nitra, Slovakia, on Scarletto Sun (Sonnenstrahl x Simone) a 14-year-old
Trakehner gelding owned by Phoebe H. Cooke of Woodside, CA. Having
won both rounds, Inouyes overall score was 7.913. Scarletto
Sun won the best horse award.
performances wowed the audience with their grace and seemingly
effortless qualities. Her Kur was a great end to the competition
as the audience filled the stands to watch her move around the
top of Scarletto, seeming not to touch his back. commented
Candace Howe, San Diego, California who served as Chef dEquipe.
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