Carlevo Is King at Horse Park of NJ + Other Weekend Results

Buck Davidson and Carlevo. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

In his first outing since a top twenty finish at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, Carlevo earned a win in the Advanced today at the first of the Horse Park of New Jersey’s summer horse trials. With Buck Davidson in the tack, the 11-year-old Holstiener (Eurocommerce Caresino x Ramatuelle, by Levernois) added 4.4 cross country time penalties to finish on 31.3.

Buck also finished third with Maya Simmon’s Archie Rocks on 39.4 points as the only pair to make the time on cross country. Buck comes to Allentown, N.J. after taking over the ride on the 10-year-old Thoroughbred (Le Monde x Unbridled Diva, by Unbridled Jet) earlier this spring and finishing eighth in the Jersey Fresh CCI3* last month.

Bobby Meyerhoff Robert Meyerhoff’s Fortuna, an 8-year-old Dutch Warmblood (Balou du Rouet x Nova Keur, by Consul) for second place. This pair closed the weekend on 37.9 points.

Kylie Lyman went for fourth and fifth place with Cooley Ice and Sacramento, respectively. Joan Nichols’ Cooley Ice, a 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse (Coevers Diamond Boy x Corrybeg Star, by Master Imp) finished with only cross country time added for a score of 39.7, and Chritin O’H

ara’s Sacramento, a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse (Passion x Queen Lizzie, by Candle King) earned a 45 point result.

The Intermediate divisions wrapped up yesterday with Maya Black and Caroline Martin at the top of the leaderboard. You can recap their wins here.

Horse Park of New Jersey I H.T. [Website] [Results]

Chattahoochee Hills Summer I 

Meanwhile in Georgia, Leslie Law swept the intermediate divisions, winning with QC First Class and JKF Vogue, who are both owned by Beatrice Rey-Herme.

QC First Class, a 7-year-old Oldenburg (Furstenball x Laguna, by Lortino), earned a 30.5 on the flat for seventh place before adding only 5.6 time penalties to win on 36.1. points. JKF Vogue, a 7-year-old Irish Sport Horse (Kroongraaf x Clear Cavalier), lead the second division from start to finish with only one rail down for a final result of 37.2.

Leslie’s wife, Lesley Grant-Law earned second in the Intermediate B division aboard Lady Chatterley. Owned by Lesley along with Jackie and Steve Brown, the 7-year-old Holsteiner (Connor 48 x Jucy, by Mystens XX) posted a 48.5 in the mare’s first Intermediate.

Alexander O’Neal was second in the Intermediate A with Fury H, an 8-year-old Dutch Warmblood (San Remo x Miss Marple), owned by Alex’s wife, Ellie. Their final score was 39.5.

Chattahoochee Hills H.T. [Website] [Results]