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Moving On Up at WEF 5

Emma Pell and Santos in the International Ring

Emma Pell and Santos stepped up to the Medium Junior Jumpers (1.30m) with much success during WEF 5, held February 6-10 in Wellington, Florida.

The pair earned ribbons in every class, including ninth in the $10,000 NAL Medium Junior Jumper Classic in the International Ring during their first time together over a 1.35m course!

“They are an amazing combination,” said trainer Denice Perry. “The classes have 45 to 60-plus entries!”

Emma Pell and Ari 55

Emma and Ari 55 also moved up this week, making their debut in the Low Junior Jumpers (1.20m) with a fifth place out of 43 in one class.

Leslie Kopp and Griffin had a special first day in the 3’3″ Amateur-Owner Hunter, 36 and over, section, scoring a set of 84s in both classes. The pair captured fourth place in the Handy for their excellent performance. Leslie and Cesar VDB Z also had one blue ribbon in the Don Little Masters Adult Jumper section.

Stephanie Vazquez and Creme De La Creme RLF

Additionally, Stephanie Vazquez had a couple of super under saddle ribbons in tough USHJA and Low Adult Hunter classes aboard Creme De La Creme RLF.

Back home in Virginia, Mosie Pennington continued her excellent performances in the Small Pony Hunters, with the reserve championship at The Barracks aboard Dreamscape.

Mosie Pennington and Dreamscape

Congratulations to all on a successful and fun week of showing with these wonderful horses!

Please enjoy our Photo Gallery from WEF 5!

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