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Summer of 2014

Spring Ledge LLC enjoyed an incredibly successful summer show season with victories from Virginia to Vermont to New York. Highlights included:

The Hampton Classic (New York):

  • Nilani Trent’s Autumn Rhythm, First Year Green Hunter Champion with rider Sloane Coles

Vermont Summer Festival: Vermont Summer Celebration

  • Nilani Trent’s Autumn Rhythm, Green Working/High Performance Hunter Champion with rider Sloane Coles
  • Julie Coles’ Cobalt, second in the $15,000 NEHJA Hunter Derby Qualifier with rider Sloane Coles
  • Backlick Bend Farm’s Mae, 1.30m Open Jumper Champion
  • Sloane Coles and Baloucat, second place in the $10,000 Brooks Brothers Welcome Stake and sixth in the $50,000 Vermont Summer Celebration Grand Prix

Vermont Summer Festival: Manchester In The Mountains

  • Amelia McArdle’s MVP, Adult Amateur Hunter, 18-35, Reserve Champion with rider Nilani Trent
  • Julie Coles and Cobalt, class winner in the 3’6″ Amateur-Owner Hunter, 36 and over, section

Vermont Summer Festival: Valley Classic

  • Rachel Paradise and Island Life, 3’3″ Junior Hunter Reserve Champions
  • Nilani Trent’s Autumn Rhythm, class winner in the Working Hunter Combined section and second place in the $5,000 NEHJA Hunter Derby Qualifier with rider Sloane Coles
  • Julie Coles and Cobalt, class winner in the 3’6″ Amateur-Owner Hunter section
  • Sloane Coles and Baloucat, winner of the $10,000 Overland Sheepskin Co. Welcome Stake and ninth place in the $30,000 Mount Equinox Grand Prix

Lake Placid & I Love New York:

  • William Upton’s Midnight Dance, Adult Amateur Jumper, over 40, Champion and winner of the Adult Jumper Classic with rider Julie Coles
  • Nilani Trent’s Autumn Rhythm, class winner in the First Year Green Hunter section

Upperville Colt & Horse Show (Virginia):

  • Alexandra Wolf’s Mae, 6-year-old Young Jumper Champion with rider Sloane Coles
  • Samantha Hallman and Chester, High Adult Amateur Jumper Reserve Champions
  • Nilani Trent’s Autumn Rhythm, winner in the First Year Green Hunter section and sixth place in the $20,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby with rider Sloane Coles

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