The Serenity Farm Team Wraps Up a Successful WEF Circuit

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Serenity Farm Show Stables

4/5/2022

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The Serenity Farm team completed a successful season at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida. Our team wrapped up the last four weeks here at WEF with great accomplishments.

Sophia Bruny had a great end of the circuit with many successful rides. She piloted both Halifax Van De Conynenberg and Ultimate Grace to top placings in the Low Junior Jumpers, taking the top two spots in the $10,000 NAL Low Junior Jumper Classic during Week 11. Sophia also rode Shakiro beautifully in the equitation on Week 10, securing a win in Section B of the Hamel Foundation/NHS 3’3 Medal.

Wrapping up her WEF season, Claire Bruny produced countless impressive rides in all three rings. In the Low Children’s Jumpers, she sped to win a class and take second place in the classic aboard Zidante. Claire also had many great rounds in the 12-14 equitation with her horses Monterrey and All Inclusive. Claire and All Inclusive also took fourth place in a large class in the Younger Children’s Hunters.

Caroline Ravenel had many successful rounds in the Adult Amateur 18-35 (1.10m) Jumpers the past few weeks, even speeding to take third out of 42 riders in the $10,000 NAL/WIHS Adult Amateur Jumper Classic (1.15m) aboard Grandy De Laubry. Caroline also moved up to the Modified Adult Amateur Jumpers producing solid rounds during the last two weeks with both her horses, Grandy De Laubry and Crescenda Z.

Sadie Remington and Tom Sawyer produced lovely rounds in the equitation these past few weeks. During week 9, Sadie secured fourth place in the SFHJA Junior medal and a third in the 12-14 equitation to wrap up her winter circuit down in Wellington.

Week 10 brought success for Abigail Grace Kelley as she rode Cayman A.L. to a second place in the flat phase of the SFHJA Adult Hunter Seat Medal. Along with that, Abigail placed down a beautiful ride to claim third place in the $600 Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3 18-35 Handy.

Julia Stephens and her own Family Affaire finished their WEF season with top 12 placings in the Adult Amateur Jumpers. This team also moved up to the Modified Adult Amateur Jumper division.

Congratulations to all of our clients on the end of another successful winter circuit in Wellington. Thank you to our team, clients, and grooms for all that they do to make this possible.