Speed Is the Name of the Game At the Vermont Summer Festival Horse
Dorset, VTAugust 8, 2002 Meghan Moran of Malvern, PA,
proved speed was no object as she won the $3,000 Open Speed competition
at the Vermont Summer Celebration, part of the 2002 Vermont Summer
Festival held at Harold Beebe Farm in East Dorset, VT.
and Z-Max pushed speed to the maximum, clocking in at 65.38 seconds
to claim victory. Moran also placed fourth riding Mr. Happy.
weeks winner of the $3,000 Open Speed, Tracy Bartko of Hughesville,
MD, was the runner-up this time around with Argus. Bartko was also
fifth with Cannon Boy.
up an all-female domination of the top five, Irelands Cian
McDermott placed third with DAccord.
five-week Vermont Summer Festival, New Englands largest AA
rated hunter-jumper horse show circuit, featured the Manchester
Summer Festival, July 10-14, the Manchester Classic, July 17-21,
the Valley Classic, July 24-28, and the Manchester and the Mountains
Horse Show, July 31-August 4. International show jumping action
concludes with the Vermont Summer Celebration, August 7-11.
week the Vermont Summer Festival features several open jumper classes
including the $35,000 Grand Prix class each Sunday. Fridays
featured event at the Vermont Summer Celebration will be the $10,000
Mini Prix, sponsored by Bruce Chovnick LLC. Top riders and horses,
both nationally and internationally, are showcased in these USET-recognized
further information please visit the Vermont Summer Festival website
or call 802-362-7548.