Serenity Farm Shows Impressive Results at WEC Ocala
Serenity Farm Show Stables
The team at Serenity Farm spent the last two weeks at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida with the trip bringing nothing but success.
Claire Bruny and her Zidante moved up to the High Children’s Jumpers during week one to win the classic by four seconds out of twelve riders. Her fast time granted her Champion of the division.
Sophia Bruny proved herself as a rider in both the jumper and equitation rings. During week one, Sophia and Shakiro pulled off an impressive win in the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search. Not to mention top placings in the 15-17 3’3 division with Bonneville. Over in the jumper ring, Sophia and Ultimate Grace raced to secure second in the Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Classic out of 43 horse and rider combinations.
Caroline Ravenel’s Grandy De Laubry raced to win two 1.20m classes and claimed champion of the division during week one with Kelli Cruciotti-Vanderveen in the tack.
Julia Stephens and Family Affaire had very consistent rounds in the Low Junior/Amateur jumper division, and we look forward to continuing to see progress for this pair at this height.
Laurie Sharma and Equine Cotoure’s Centucky also competed in the Low Junior/Amateur jumpers at WEC Ocala taking a top 5 finish in one of the classes out of 39 horse and rider pairs.
Kelli Cruciotti-Vanderveen piloted Isabella Van De Zuuthoeve to a fast and clean first place win in the Buckeye Nutrition Futures Prix this past weekend. This pair is still relatively new and we are continuously impressed with her success and look forward to see what the future holds for this talented eight year old.
We would like to thank the whole team at Serenity Farm for a successful two weeks at WEC Ocala. Congratulations to all our clients on their hard work and impressive results.