I am so incredibly proud of Team Havarah.
I mean I’m always proud of everyone, but today I’m super duper proud!
With summer comes one of my favorite things in life: county fairs! With those fairs come jumper shows, playgrounds for us eventers who use these as great schooling opportunities.
Two members of our team, Maddie and Kim Parisan (mother and daughter domination combo) cleaned up the ribbons.
Maddie got two 1sts and a second, plus she was Champion in the 3’6 division. Her mom, Kim, won all three of the 3’3 classes she entered. Freaking awesome!
Molly competed Grady and Cody, two absolutely adorable Connemara’s from Pam Liddell’s Kynynmont Farm. Both did well and will be competing in their first Beginner Novice this weekend at the Jersey Horse Park. I can’t stress enough how much we all love these ponies (and horses) that Pam brings to us. Connemara’s are quickly becoming one of my favorites breeds!
The rest of the Havarah team was there to represent as well! Hannah took Anna, Shadney finally got to get her mare, Ella, back in the ring and boyfriend Andy took his handsome man, Beau.
Last but not least, Bit of Britain and Nunn Finer owner/one of Havarah’s leading men, John Nunn, was there with his new “red” horse. He said out of 31 jumps he only had three rails all day and was very happy with his green youngster. “Red Horse” obviously is a chestnut and both Molly and John are very excited about his promise as an event prospect.
Everyone was a champ and had a great time. Stay tuned for this weekend because Molly heads out to the Jersey Horse Park with five horses in tow: Sprite, Benny and Rivan will compete prelim, Cody and Grady will compete beginner novice.
John and his daughter Jenn will also be competing, John training on Smile Like You Mean It “Smiley” and Jenn on her spotted mare, Maiden.