Divide and Conquer at NHS and Tryon

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Divide and conquer was the strategy for Serenity Farm Show Stables this past weekend, with Kelli Cruciotti Vanderveen in Tryon and Cindy in Kentucky for the National Horse Show. In both locations, our clients continue to impress us with their consistency in the ring.

A special week for Sadie Remington as her first experience at the National Horse Show, she put in a very respectable performance all week aboard her own Tom Sawyer. Sadie has been preparing for the Hamel NHS 3’3” Equitation Championship all year, culminating in a beautiful trip in the prestigious competition. Walking away with a 6th place ribbon over fences in the 14-15 equitation, we are incredibly proud to see her hard work paying off for moments like this.

Back in North Carolina, Kelli Cruciotti-Vanderveen guided Sophia Bruny and Caroline Ravenel to greatness for Tryon Fall 6, with both riders bringing home multiple blue ribbons. With her two horses, Caroline had great rides in the Low Amateur Jumpers, taking the win aboard Grandy De Laubry. Sophia also saw success in the jumpers, winning a High Jr/Am Jumper class her first time competing in that division. Additionally, she picked up a classic win in the $3000 NAL Jr/Amateur Jumper Classic.

Topping off the week in the hunter and equitation rings, Sophia Bruny and Bonneville rode to blue in the USEF Medal and a 6th place finish in the $2500 USHJA Jr/Amateur Hunter Derby.

Congratulations to the whole team on an incredible week, with an extra special congratulations to Sadie on her achievements at the National Horse Show. Thank you to our entire team, from the clients and grooms to our sponsors who make it all come together for weeks like this. We are thankful to have GGT-Footing, Devoucoux, Platinum Performance and Weatherbeeta to help us keep our horses happy and healthy .

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