Articles: Press Release
Williams and Sweepea Dean Win 2005 USEF National One-Star Eventing
Championship East Coast
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 26, 2005
Lexington, KY - The MidSouth Three-Day Event at the Kentucky Horse Park
played host to four championships October 20-23. Mother Nature made the
weekend cold and damp, but that didn't stop 80 riders from competing in
the CCI* with steeplechase, the 2005 USEF National One-Star Eventing
Championship East Coast.
John Williams and his own Sweepea Dean led from start to finish, winning
the Championship for the Richard D. Collins trophy. Williams added only
one rail to his dressage score of 39.5 to finish the weekend with a
total score of 43.5. Reserve championship for the Championship was Elisa
Wallace and her six-year-old Thoroughbred, Jackson, finishing on their
dressage score of 51.
Debbie Nugent and her eight-year-old Thoroughbred, My Echo, also led
start to finish in the amateur division to clinch the Alexander Mackay
Smith Trophy for the National Amateur Championship. The reserve
champion in this division was Katherine Breunig. Katherine also took
home the new National 19-21-Year-Old Championship riding her eight year
old grey gelding Aris.
The National Junior Championship also took place as a part of the
MidSouth CCI*. Once again the winner led start to finish and Bonner
Carpenter and her horse Impeccable took home the Harry T. Peters Trophy.
The reserve champion was Katlyn McMorris and her eight-year-old New
Zealand Thoroughbred, Clifton Peekachu.
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