Kacy Jenkins is on a roll at Commonwealth National in Culpeper
Kacy Jenkins of Potomac Falls, VA is enjoying herself back in her home State and continuing the winning ways that she began at the Winter Equestrian Festival earlier this season where she captured the Small Junior Hunter Championship.
Kacy started riding at age 10 and is trained by Hillcrest Farm's Pam Baker from Bealeton, VA.
This week at Culpeper's Commonwealth National Horse Show, she was on top form with Signature when she took both of the Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Classes. Jenkins has owned Signature since 2001. The gelding was injured and did not participate in Jumping for almost a year, but Jenkins appears to have the horse in top form now.
Returning in the Large Junior Hunter 16-17, she was first on Chanteuse in one class and 1st and 2nd in the other class with Autograph and Chanteuse. To finish out her performance, Kacy was awarded the EJ Haun Medal, the HBO Junior Medal and the WIHS - Hunter Phase award for the WIHS Equitation Classic.
Elsewhere in the First Year Greens the Championship went to Sheila Motley's Rightfully So ridden by Kelley Farmer to 2 wins, 2 seconds and a 4th. Reserve went to The Impressionist.
In the Second Year Greens, Shelby Goodman's Niarobi was Champion and Reserve went to Dana Schwartz's Nevada.
Green Confirmation saw Sheila Motley's Rightfully So return to the winners circle as champion while Christine Kear's Lauderdale picked up the Reserve and in Regular Working Hunters Booth Stevenson Parker's Lexus was Champion with Reserve going to JC Kennedy's Brilliant.
On Sunday at the $50,000 EMO Grand Prix, Pato Muente aboard Asdi Villagana won the $50,000 EMO Grand Prix. Mary Lisa Leffler was second on Gerona 92 and Patty Stovel was third on Shandor 41.
Posted in Home Improvement Post Date 07/25/2017