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Charlotte Jacobs Sweeps Major Equitation Classes at WEF I
Charlotte Jacobs aboard Cortes 7
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Wellington, FL and East Aurora, NY - January 18, 2011 - Charlotte Jacobs, of
East Aurora, NY, was unstoppable in the equitation ring to kick-off the
first week of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) at the Palm Beach
International Equestrian Center. Jacobs and her mount for the equitation
ring, Cortes 7, won the Washington International Horse Show Equitation
Class, after winning the Jumper Phase and placing fourth in the Hunter
Phase. Jacobs also won the USEF/Pessoa Medal and were awarded another blue
ribbon for the excellent efforts in the prestigious ASPCA Maclay Class.
"Cortes was so amazing this week," noted 15-year-old junior rider Charlotte
Jacobs. "It was so cold earlier in the week and I was afraid he was going
to be a bit fresh. He was absolutely perfect, and we both felt extremely
prepared. I think in the past year he has really grown up and his
performance this week really showed that. I am so proud of him and excited
to continue to compete with him in the equitation for the rest of the
Jacobs also competed aboard Karonda V. Schl'hof Ch and Promised Land, owned
by Candy Tribble and Windsor Show Stables, in the High Junior
Jumpers. Jacobs and Promised Land were third in the High Junior Jumper
Classic after laying down a beautiful round against the field of <> other
horse and rider combinations.
"Peanut, as we call Promised Land, was great this week," stated an excited
Jacobs. "The first round he helped me out in a couple of places and then we
went really fast in the jump-off. He tries to hard and really wants to
win. He really has the biggest heart. I thought it was a great start for
"I am thrilled with the way all of my horses went this week," Jacobs
continued. "I feel like we have an incredible string of horses and I have
the best help from Missy Clark and John Brennan and everyone at North Run.
I am thrilled to have started the season out so well, and hope to ride
consistently throughout the entire circuit."
Jacobs will continue to compete at WEF next week, competing in the hunters
and equitation classes, as well as the both the Medium and High Junior Jumpers.