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Serenity Farm Soars to Success Week 7 of WEF

Hitting the halfway point of the Winter Equestrian Festival, Serenity Farm Show Stables returned to the ring for Week 7 with impressive performances from all of our clients.

Sadie Remington and Tom Sawyer

Sadie Remington and Tom Sawyer shined once again, winning both the SFHJA Junior Hunt Seat Medal and the THIS National Children’s Medal. Piloting Tom Sawyer to additional ribbons in the 15-17 Equitation, Sadie also rode to a third class win aboard Clintour De Torres in the Low Child/Adult Amateur Training Jumpers.

Sophia Bruny and Halifax Van De Conynenberg

Photo: Sara Shier Photography

Sophia Bruny had an excellent week aboard three horses, including Shakiro, Ultimate Grace, and Halifax Van De Conynenberg. Sophia and Shakiro had a fabulous trip in the Dover Saddlery USEF Medal, placing eighth in a very competitive field. In the Low Junior Jumpers, Sophia and Ultimate Grace jumped double clear to place twelfth in the $10,000 NAL Classic. Sophia put in another double clear performance aboard Halifax Van De Conynenberg to place tenth in the $1,500 Medium Junior Jumpers.

Sophia Bruny and Halifax Van De Conynenberg

Photo: Sara Shier Photography

As for the adults, Jamie Buis and Killossery Karma came out on top in the $1,500 Low Amateur Jumper class. Killossery Karma also won the 7 Year Old Developing Jumpers earlier in the week with Kelli Cruciotti-Vanderveen. Julia Stephens and her horse Quality Boy Z moved up to the Low Amateur Jumpers this week, putting in very respectable trips. Abigail Grace Kelly also saw success in the equitation, riding her own Cayman A.L. to second place in the Ariat National Adult Medal and seventh in an Adult Amateur Hunter class.

Jamie Buis and Killossery Karma

Our young hunters saw success in the 3’3” Green Hunter Division, with Kelli Cruciotti-Vanderveen piloted APG Livory to multiple ribbons, as well as second place in the $1,000 USHJA 3’3” Hunter Incentive. Boy-Adrian Van Gelderen and Will Emblazon had great trips, earning ribbons in the Green Hunters.

Wrapping up the week, Boy-Adrian also jumped his nine year old mare, APG Jazzlyn, to a stellar performance in the $8,000 1.45m Open Jumper, taking home third place after jumping double clear in a competitive class.

Serenity Farm Show Stables would like to thank our clients, staff, and sponsors for another great week of competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival. On to Week 8!

Boy-Adrian Van Gelderen and APG Jazzlyn

Photo: Sportfot

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