Californian wins Del Mar International Grand Prix for third consecutive
Del Mar Fairgrounds - For an unprecedented third consecutive year
in Del Mar, Will Simpson riding El Campeon> '> s Ado Annie
owned by El Campeon Farms won the $40,000 Del Mar International
Grand Prix, a World Cup Qualifier, on Saturday, Sept. 28 at the
Del Mar Fairgrounds Arena.
From a field of 27 competitors, Simpson and Ado Annie, representing
El Campeon Farms from Hidden Valley, CA, were the only team to complete
the Grand Prix course design by Javier Fernandez, riding two clean
rounds to take home the $12,500 first place prize money and the
Thomas Endicott Perpetual Memorial Trophy; which, since its inception
has only been awarded to one team: Will Simpson and Ado Annie.
In the Jump-off, not only did the El Campeon Farms team complete
the course with a clean round, but also with the fastest time.
Following the initial round of competition, six were tied for first
place with clean rounds. Tied for seventh place were ten additional
teams who finished the initial round with four faults.
The $40,000 Del Mar International Grand Prix, a World Cup Qualifier,
was the featured event of the Del Mar International Horse Show,
which ran from Sept 25 - 29. Other major competitions during the
horse show included: the $12,500 Nutrena/West Coast Active Riders
Junior/Amateur Jump Finals, won by Natalie Rhoades riding Alamen;
the $10,000 Nutrena/WCAR Junior/Amateur Final, won by Kathryn Burdett
riding Pre; the $1,000 Child Adult Amateur Jumper Classic, won by
Rebecca Hatchell riding Hesper; and the Mary's Tack and Feed $5,000
Double Slalom competition, won by Jenni Martin riding Dennis.
The results from the top classes at the Third Annual Del Mar International
Horse Show are as follows:
Class 100: $40,000 Del Mar International Grand Prix, A World Cup
Place Horse Rider Owner
1. El Campeon's Ado Annie Will Simpson El Campeon Farms
2. Sapphire Mark Watring Mark Watring
3. Fabius 45 Jenni Martin Steve Bond
4. Fahrenheit Misti Cassar Chris Albrecht
5. Southshore Mary Tyng China Blue Farm
6. El Campeon> '> s Cirka Z Nicole Shahinian-Simpson El Campeon
7. Lou Lou Guillermo Obligado Charlotte Mashburn
7. Pasadena Misti Cassar Chris Albrecht
7. Millenium John French Cathy Mendez
7. Bravo Delta Ragan Roberts Alex Dillard
7. Hilton Flight Richard Spooner Freedom Farms Inc.
7. Jolanda Holly Scapa Holly Scapa
7. Cacique Marley Goodman Turtle Lane Farm Inc
7. Itano De La Bastide Susie Hutchison Jenny McLaughlin
7. Cartier 54 O.King Hackley Iii Arrow Course Inc.
7. Edesa's Divine Eddy Sepul Edesa Horse Promotion
Class 215: $10,000 Nutrena/WCAR Junior/Amateur Final
1. Pre Kathryn Burdett Sunset Equine Farms
2. Camilla Allison Stratton Allison Stratton
3. Meatrine Jessica Helms On Air Communications
4. Distinctive Angel Billy Madigan Alexandra Madigan
5. Black And Blue Caroline Underwood Caroline Underwood
6. Jakaar Leslie Halpern Thornhill Farm Inc
7. Carlino 4 Lane Clarke Trio Sporthorses
8. Calira Jessica Helms On Air Communications
9. Midelle Dolores Cuenca Delores Cuenca
10. Musketeer Josie Driscoll Josie Driscoll
11. Sandro Beate K. Shart Malibu Eq. Estate Inc.
12. Kimberly Denes Zsolnay M.I.L. Farms Inc.
Class 216: $1,000 Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic
1. Hesper Rebecca Hatchell
2. Ellia Lara Pizzorerrato
3. Halifax Kalin Maniscalchi
4. Forget Me Not Mayako Mineyoshi
5. Nearly Noodle Dr. Lisa Nagy
6. La Lune Terri Hicklin
7. Happy David Jenkins
8. Sunset Cowgirl Ronald Burdett
9. Nero > Caitlin Jane Pervier
10. Versus 2 Erica Buie
11. Rhett Butler Amy Cocks
12. Ratz Fatz 2 Catherine Buie
Class 217: $12,500 Nutrena/WCAR Junior/Amateur Jump Final
1. Alamein Natalie Rhoades Natalie Rhoades
2. Luciano Beate K. Shart Malibu Eq. Estate Inc.
3. Jillian O Hugh Mutch M.I.L. Farms Inc.
4. Laudatius Molly Talla Molly Talla
5. October Hill's Poco Erin Davis October Hill
6. Boreas Jeehye Lim Jeehye Lim
7. Jumper Marley Goodman Turtle Lane Farm Inc.
8. Mr Beans Tyson Ziebarth Pepper Tree Farms
9. Braveheart Kyle Dewar Kyle Dewar
10. Job Tammy Chipko Tammy Chipko
11. October Hill's Ravina Erin Davis October Hill
12. Atout Du Forest Rick Oas Pollyrich Farms
Class 218: $5,000 Mary> '> s Tack & Feed Double Slalom
1. Dennis Jenni Martin Jenni Martin/Steve McAllister
2. Sultan Adnan Al-Biatony Stahl Equestrian Inc.
3. Laudatius Molly Talla Molly Talla
3. Cantina Joie Gatlin Joie Gatlin
5. Versus 2 Cathleen Calvert Erica Buie
5. Da Vinci Richard Spooner Katherine Miller
5. Allura Heather Whitney Heather Whitney
5. Lantino Wilder Di Santo Undercover Farms
Results from 2002 Del Mar International Horse Show can be viewed
via the internet at: http://www.sdfair.com/pdf/int_results.pdf.
The Del Mar International Grand Prix is the second major Class A
Grand Prix event held at the Fairgrounds Arena this year. The Del
Mar Fairgrounds will host the 58th Annual Del Mar National Horse
Show, which will run from April 17 through May 4, 2003.
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