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National Dressage Pony Cup


The annual National Dressage Pony Cup was held July 20-22, 2018 at the Lamplight Equestrian Center in Wayne, Illinois, featuring divisions from Introductory Level to Grand Prix, FEI Pony Test, Musical Freestyles, and Breed Shows & Awards. The show provided Adult Amateur, Open, Junior, and Young Rider categories.

Several mid-south riders were quite successful at the show.

In Training Level Adult Amateur, Kendra Pomeroy of Hot Springs, Arkansas and her mare Juliet, a rescued pony, were Champions with an average score of 79.603%.  The pair were also fourth in First Level Adult Amateur with an average score of 63.760%.

In Training Level Open, Alexandra Du Celliee Muller of Little Rock, Arkansas and her Mustang Sorja RC were fifth with an average score of 67.675%. Also in Training Level Open, Alexandra was third with Fenna, her Thoroughbred, and seventh in First Level Open.

Maddie Kanda, of Woodbury, Tennessee, and her Morgan B-Squared were Champions in FEI TOC Young Rider division and Champions in the Musical Freestyle Young Rider Division.

Caitlyn Massey of Arlington, Tennessee and her pony mare Zassafrass were Champions in the FEI Pony Test with an average score of 61.303%.

Kathy Massey of Massar Stables in Arlington, Tenn. wrote about the show: “The 2018 National Dressage Pony Cup held at Lamplight in Wayne, IL was a wonderful show to attend. The grounds are beautiful with vibrant colors from the flower beds in mass. There were seven rings running all day with outstanding horses and ponies. Musical freestyles ran for hours each day. Caitlyn and Zoey came home with a Champion Ribbon from the FEI Pony Test. I thank Kirsi for coaching and DeAnn Gabrick for being our support person and cheerleader. We all had a great time despite rain and cold (yes, cold in July) and were glad to see the occasional breaks of sun. This show continues to grow with over 225 ponies entered this year and the additional Small Horse division and breed show, plus an open show at the same time.”

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