Eminent and Hugh Mutch brought the 2017 Sonoma Horse Park show season to a spectacular close with two blazing fast fault free rounds that could not be bested. The duo added a win in the $25,000 Noel Asmar Equestrian Grand Prix to their already impressive resume.
Edgewood’s Wonder aka Stevie made his first USHJA National Hunter Derby appearance one to remember. The seven year old piloted by Hugh Mutch has only competed in six shows to date, but gave no indication that he wasn’t a seasoned veteran in the showcase event presented by Circle Oak Equine.
Strides & Tides 2017 came to a close with a Sunday of many great classes. The day began with 36 riders entering the Equine Insurance ring for the second round of the Hudson & Company Medal Finals and continued with the NorCal Equitation Classic divisions.
Saturday evening at the Sonoma Horse Park began with a Leadline class of full of future competitors followed by a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem sung by 10-year-old Grace Anne Doyle.
Eminent, the mare that just keeps giving, wins again at Sonoma Horse Park. Bert Mutch and this invincible horse have been making waves with a consistent performance. The wins keep on rolling in.
As the final twelve returned in reverse order for the Handy Round of the $5,000 Circle Oak Equine Junior/Amateur Hunter Derby, it came down to twelve year old Avery Glynn, aboard Back In Business owned by Mary Kate Moulton followed by Gail Morey on her own Double Play in the final two positions. In the end it was young Avery who rode back in with the championship sash and cooler.
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“My pony’s show name is Spellbound, his barn name is Spelly and he is 16 years-old.” Stella Wasserman explained, “He is a good boy and he can have his pony moments, but he was really good this week. I won four out of our five classes. Spelly is really sweet, he likes to snuggle and does not bang on his stall door, he is a really great pony.