Weekend Results Roundup Featuring Madison Park’s #revivaltour

Jen Carter and Madison Park. Photo by Kyle Carter.

How was everybody’s weekend? With events happening in Ocala, Aiken and Cali, all the east coast snowbirds and west coast early birds had a chance to get out there and flap their wings.

Shout-out to Jen Carter and Madison Park, who with eight dusty stars between the two of them romped around Training at Three Lakes H.T. To recall, Kyle announced the four-star warhorse’s retirement from top level competition last April, promising him, “Looking forward to growing old together, it’s all sailboats and margaritas from now on!!”

Parker is 20 this year but you wouldn’t know it watching gamely tackle the weekend’s course with Jen in the irons. He seems like the type of horse who is happiest when he has a job to do — cross country jumps ARE his “sailboats and margaritas.”


I had so much fun today riding the fantastic Madison Park! He is incredible and I know I smiled the entire way around!! Apparently I need to work on going faster since I would have won but I’m so lucky to have this opportunity!! Thx for the video Maxine Preston. #revivaltour (thx Morgan Kelly). #trailerpark

Posted by Jennifer Carter on Sunday, February 4, 2018

“Parker was awesome, as usual!” Jen said of their weekend. “He’s been doing great and was so happy to be out competing again. I thought to myself as we trotted up centerline, how lucky I am to ride such an unbelievable horse! So many people would love to be in my shoes.”

The pair was second after dressage on a 28.6 and a fault-free show jumping round earned them another boost on the scoreboard. “So I started out on cross country in first, but had a watch malfunction so didn’t know my time and ended up poking around so with my time faults dropped to sixth,” she says. “But it was the most fun I’ve had in so long — he has such a great gallop and is so rideable thanks to Kyle! Plus he was perfectly behaved all day!”

We’ll see this veteran pair out and about in coming months as Jen’s schedule allows, with an eye on Prelim later in the late spring: “That’s as far as we’ve gotten since he’s 20 this year!”

Forever young, Parker.

We spotted another four-star veteran at Sporting Days: Indian Mill, who earned top 20 finishes at Badminton and Pau with Paul Tapner before being sold to the U.S., where he was a three-star force to be reckoned with under Phillip Dutton. Now he and new owner Jackie LeMastus look to be hitting it off like peaches and cream, winning their first event together at Prelim/Training. Jackie placed second in the same division on another new ride, Lup the Loop, campaigned at the three-star level here and abroad by Kylie Lyman. That’s a fine string of ponies you’ve got there, Jackie — best of luck!

Jackie and Indian Mill. Photo courtesy of Jackie LeMastus.


Posted by Jackie LeMastus on Saturday, February 3, 2018

Here are your weekend winners. Special shout-out to Lacey Ogden and Cooley Higher Ground, who posted a 22.1 in a division of Open Novice at Three Lakes H.T., the lowest finishing score of the weekend in the country!

Three Lakes H.T. [Website] [Results]

Open Prelim: Joy Meyer & Jay of Diamonds (36.2)
Prelim Rider: Jane Cook & Monatrea Xavier (34.6)
Open Training A: Lauren Kieffer & Get Gaudi (28.1)
Open Training B: Parker Miller & Superstorm Sandy (27.4)
Training Rider: Francesca Spoltore & Fernhill Reflection (31.0)
Novice Rider: Courtenay Turner & Flying Private (30.7)
Open Novice A: Lacey Ogden & Cooley Higher Ground (22.1)
Open Novice B: Clark Montgomery & Hooked On Cooley (25.0)
Beginner Novice Rider: Julia Bitler & Lexington (30.3)
Open Beginner Novice: Selena O’Hanlon & Good to the Core (32.1)

Sporting Days H.T. [Website] [Results]

Intermediate/Prelim: Samantha Bielawski & Stick with Richie (39.6)
Open Prelim A: Ryan Wood & Fernhill Flame (27.2)
Open Prelim B: Susie Beale & Cooley Streetwise (35.5)
Prelim Rider: Samantha Hay & Tre’ Jolie (42.1)
Prelim/Training: Jackie LeMastus & Indian Mill (36.7)
Open Training A: Ryan Wood & Billy McClusky (29.3)
Open Training B: Joa Sigsbee & Primely Smitten (25.9)
Open Training C: Rebecca Lee & Bradley Cooper (31.4)
Training Rider: Karli Wright & Remastered (30.2)
Novice Rider A: Kathleen Bertuna & BT MacDiamond (30.1)
Novice Rider B: Rowan Edmonds & Liberty Bell (35.5)
Open Novice A: Jill Henneberg & Kimora (30.0)
Open Novice B: Colleen Rutledge & C Me Fly (30.7)
Beginner Novice Rider: Morgan Patton Brown & Jackhammer II (31.8)
Open Beginner Novice: Kelsey Horn & Swingtown (27.8)

Galway Downs Winter H.T. [Website] [Results]

Open Intermediate: Barb Crabo & Waterford (31.8)
Open Prelim: Erin Kellerhouse & Woodford Reserve (25.0)
Prelim Rider: Jordan Beckingham & Snap Decision II (28.8)
Junior Training Rider: Lilly Linder & Codigo (27.9)
Open Training: Erin Kellerhouse & Seychelles (23.6)
Training Rider: Karen Nyrop & Someday (31.2)
Junior Novice Rider: Madison Santley & Excellence (26.7)
Novice Rider: Shawn Ortiz & Patriot’s Liberty (30.7)
Open Novice: Whitney Tucker Billeter & Bill’s Midnight Magic (27.1)
Beginner Novice Rider: Shelby Murray & Ringo Starr (31.7)
Open Beginner Novice: Bari Boersma & Wild Media (30.8)
Intro: Keira McKeon & Change of Luck (46.9)

Go Eventing!