Serenity Farm Wraps Up Two Successful Weeks in Traverse City
Serenity Farm Show Stables
The past two weeks showing at Traverse City has been nothing short of spectacular for team Serenity Farm. We are so proud of our hard working students, dedicated staff and everyone else who played a roll in these last few weeks. Here are some of our highlights from Traverse City…
Sophia Bruny continued to shine in the jumper ring where she rode Halifax to win the combined Low Junior / Amateur Jump off class. Sophia also sped to take the win in the $5,000 Low Junior/Amateur Classic during the first week with Ultimate Grace along with the division championship. Over in the Equitation ring, she finished 6th in a competitive 2* USEF Show jumping talent search class aboard Shakiro, and then wrapped up the week finishing Reserve Champion in the 15-17 equitation division riding Bonneville.
Caroline Ravenel continued on her hot streak where she raced to secure first and third place aboard her own Crescenda Z and Grandy De Laubry in the $2,500 Adult Jumper Classic. She then followed that up by moving into the Low Amateur Owner division where she finished second aboard Grandy De Laubry in the main ring.
Over in the hunter and equitation ring, Claire Bruny and her own All Inclusive had consistent rounds that secured them the Reserve Championship honors in the 14 & under Children’s Hunters. Claire also finished second in the Low Children’s Jumper Classic aboard Serenity Farm’s Zidante.
Sadie Remington put down top rounds all week in the 12-14 equitation with her own Tom Sawyer riding to the Reserve Championship. Along with that, Sadie stepped into the jumper ring with new ride Clintour De Torres where she raced to win both .95 classes and secured second in the Pre Child/Adult .85 Classic.
Serenity Farm & Highfield Stud Farm’s Gambler B took a Win in the combined 3’9 Green Hunter Stake Class along with a second in the handy.
Huge thank you to the whole Serenity Farm team for a wonderful two weeks in Traverse City. We cannot wait to see what you all continue to accomplish. The team is now back home in Wellington enjoying a few weeks of R&R before heading to the World Equestrian Center in Ocala!