Parker, Colorado, USA – July 11, 2019 – The Colorado Horse Park (CHP), Colorado’s premier competitive equestrian venue, hosted the fifth week of the annual Summer in the Rockies (SIR) series from July 3 through July 7. The venue welcomed exhibitors from across the nation and boasted a roster that included some of the sport’s most decorated and well-known athletes.
The $20,000 Voltaire Design Classic CSI U-25 was determined by results in the $80,000 Front Range Kubota Grand Prix. A total of seven horse-and-rider teams were considered and impressively, Annabella Sanchez (USA) and her Incitatus were awarded the blue ribbon for their three-fault first round in 85.416 seconds.
Owner/rider Hannah Loly (USA) and Ayma De La Demi Lune turned in a four-fault first-round time of 80.186 seconds for second place.
Karime Perez Nunez (MEX) and Comtessa 102, owned by Mauricio Guerra, completed the first round with a time of 86.159 seconds and four-faults for a third place finish.
The SIR hunter/jumper series will continue with SIR VI on July 10. AdequanⓇ will host both Grand Prix classes this week starting with the $25,000 AdequanⓇ Welcome Grand Prix on Thursday, July 11 and the $100,000 AdequanⓇ Grand Prix on Saturday, July 13.
Source: Press release from CHP – Colorado Horse Park
Photo: © CHP / White Fence
Categories: CSI U-25