December 5, 2022

Kamille Marcussen Soars to Victory in $10,000 Old Salem Farm 1.35m Jumper Classic at the 2022 Old Salem Farm September Horse Shows

Kamille Marcussen Soars to Victory in $10,000 Old Salem Farm 1.35m Jumper Classic at the 2022 Old Salem Farm September Horse Shows

Keirstin Scott Wins the $5,000 Old Salem Farm Hunter Derby Presented by Beval Saddlery

The second week of the Old Salem Farm September Horse Shows concluded on Saturday with the crowning of final hunter and jumper champions in the beautifully manicured Old Salem Farm arenas. Among them were Kamille Marcussen (USA) and QBS Equestrian LLC’s Cheri De Papignies, who soared to victory in Friday’s $10,000 Old Salem Farm 1.35m Jumper Classic.

The three-week-long Old Salem Farm September Horse Shows host competitions for riders of all levels and ages, from young riders on ponies to Olympic veterans with their up-and-coming mounts. The September Horse Shows continue with a USEF National-2 show September 28-October 2.



Marcussen and Cheri De Papignies topped a field of 15 riders in the $10,000 Old Salem Farm 1.35m Jumper Classic, including Wednesday’s 1.30m Open Jumper winner, Paul O’Shea (IRL) and Team Eye Candy’s Spy. O’Shea piloted Spy to second-place honors in the Classic, while Adrienne Sternlicht (USA) and Starlight Farms 1 LLC’s Clemens 72 came in third.

O’Shea was also the one to beat in the Open Jumper division presented by Eastern Hay, claiming both the 1.10m and 1.20m Championships aboard Trelawny Farm LLC’s Miss Willow T and Team Eye Candy’s Pixie Stix, respectively.

Other jumper highlights included Thursday’s 1.30m Open Jumper class, won by Daniel Bluman (ISR) and Over the Top Stables LLC’s Corbie V.V.Z ET. Lucy Huber of Boston, MA, claimed top honors in the $1,000 Junior/Amateur Medium/High Jumper Classic.



Featured hunter competition included Saturday’s $5,000 Old Salem Farm Hunter Derby presented by Beval Saddlery, where Keirstin Scott of Newburgh, NY, rode Lynne Schwartz’s Upset De Talma to blue-ribbon honors in a field of 26 entries. Trevor Hawthorne of Bedminster, NJ, earned second place with Rivers Edge’s Silent Rule, with Caitlin Buckley of Mahopac, NY, riding her Mr. Wonderful into third.

In the $1,000 Child/Adult Hunter Derby, Chandra Kyrwood of Brooklyn, NY, rode her Endeavour to the top of the leaderboard against 17 other competitors. Ponies also took the stage in the $1,500 Old Salem Farm Pony Hunter Derby, where Emma Coristine of New Canaan, CT, piloted Emily Elek-Burtard’s Top That to a blue-ribbon finish.

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