Strong Turnout Marks Successful Roebke’s Run

Cynthia Wiseman and her horse, Vote Yes, of Springfield, MO, were the first place finishers in the CIC** Division at the Roebke’s Run horse trials held July 12-13. Cynthia Wiseman and her horse, Vote Yes, of Springfield, MO, were the first place finishers in the CIC** Division at the Roebke’s Run horse trials held July 12-13.

Roebke’s Run CIC*/CIC** & HT in Hector, Minnesota lived up to its reputation for putting on another successful horse trial July 12-13 with nearly 150 riders and many more horses competing for top honors in their respective divisions. Most of the eventers came from the five state area, but others came from as far away as Canada and Kansas.

Weather conditions for the cross-country competition on Sunday was ideal and the course was in spectacular condition with an array of challenging jumps. Riders were also impressed with the Stadium Jump layout and Dressage courses.

Top riders and horses in following divisions were as follows:

CIC One Star:

1. Laura Markham, Storm Warning

2. Ann Bower, Prospero

3. Michaela Holcomb, Cloud Nine

CIC Two Star:

1. Cynthia Wiseman, Vote Yes

Open Intermediate:

1. Jordynn Sahagian, Nestor

2. Jamie Price, Overdraft

3. Melissa Schielein, Born To Boogie II

Open Preliminary:

1. Sam Kelly, Someday Never Comes

2. Todd Wulf, Sullivan

3. Hannah Ross-Jungling, Bella Luna

Preliminary Rider:

1. Zoey Gudger, Jiminy Cricket

2. Emma James, Marley

3. Alexandra Glenn, Kale’s Surprise

Open Training:

1. Jessica Brack, Flight School

2. Carrie Meehan, Cavalier

3. Diane Palm, Achilles

Jill Gill and Denise Dailey-Thomas placed second and fourth respectively in the Training Horse Division. Not pictured were first place winner Leah Lang-Gluscic third place entrant Kendel Torrel and in fourth place, Denise Dailey-Thomas.

Jill Gill and Denise Dailey-Thomas placed second and fourth respectively in the Training Horse Division. Not pictured were first place winner Leah Lang-Gluscic third place entrant Kendel Torrel and in fourth place, Denise Dailey-Thomas.

Training Horse:

1. Leah Lang-Gluscic, Of Course Carter

2. Jill Gill, Simply Zena

3. Kendel Torrel, La Batt Blue

 Anna Hasselquist took top honors in the Training Rider Division. Pictured with her were Greta Schwickert, left, in second place and fifth place winner Kailey Giancola. Not pictured and capturing third place were Carly Kuenstling, and in fourth place Hayley Clark.


Anna Hasselquist took top honors in the Training Rider Division. Pictured with her were Greta Schwickert, left, in second place and fifth place winner Kailey Giancola. Not pictured and capturing third place were Carly Kuenstling, and in fourth place Hayley Clark.

Training Rider:

1. Anna Hasselquist, Sharp Dressed Man

2. Greta Schwickert, Purple Rain

3. Carly Kuenstling, CoCo Chanel

Novice Horse:

1. Karla Dean, Got Kissed

2. Julie Wolfert, Buenas Suerte

3. Marcia Miller, Serenghetti

Novice Rider:

1. Alexandra Baldwin, Cedar’s Sonata

2. Claire Henneman, Emma’s Wish

3. Annika Weisjahn, Matilda Speroff

Open Novice:

1. Julie Wolfert, Getaway

2. Stephanie Caston, The Flying Iris

3. Melissa Schielein, Larks Tune RSF

Beginner Novice Horse:

1. Jill Gill, Superstar Investment

2. Lisa Borgia, Laurelin

3. Ann Bower, Prospero

Beginner Novice Rider-A:

1. Hannah Gurske, Buenos Dias

2. Lexi Anderson, Wild Genius

3. Emily Revier, Aylar

Beginner Novice Rider-B:

1. Ruth Rose, Beautiful Bess

2. Cindy Koppelman, Beethoven

3. Rachel Mottet, Titan

Open Beginner Novice:

1. Annika Markovich, Rare Attraction

2. Clare VanderWoude, Skipper

3. Maura Daugherty, Lux on Ur Side

Starter:

1. Maitland Luksan, Midnight Starbuck

2. Tara Doubek, Good As Gold

3. Megan Stockburger, A Kiss with a Fist

 

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