Lumière Horses Wraps Up 2022 with Success in Tyron and Aiken

Lumière Horses Wraps Up 2022 with Success in Tyron and Aiken

Chilean show jumper Gabriela Reutter of Lumière Horses wrapped up her stellar 2022 show season in North Carolina this fall, jumping her three horse string to multiple top finishes. In her final competitive appearances of the year, Reutter focused on clean rounds and bolstering the horses’ FEI experience while her top Grand Prix mount, Maharees Rock, rested after the pair’s Bronze Medal win at the South American Games in September. After North Carolina, Reutter plans to move south to Wellington, Florida in preparation for the new year at the 2023 Winter Equestrian Festival.

Reutter began the end of her fall season in Tryon North Carolina, competing in the 2022 Tryon Fall Finale I, held November 3-6. Sales horses Joselinde L.A.T, Here I Am Z, and Billy Lincoln jumped in the 1.30-1.35M divisions, with multiple in the ribbons finishes. Joselinde L.A.T, aka Jojo, took 2nd in the $2,000 1.30M Open Stake and 5th in the 1.30M Open. Here I Am Z, aka Hero, finished 6th in the $3,000 1.35M Open Stake, while Billy Lincoln finished 5th in the 1.35M Open.

The following week in Aiken, all three horses were once again finishing in the ribbons. At the Split Rock Aiken CSI2, held November 9-13, Reutter rode Billy Lincoln to a 6th place finish in the $10,000 1.40M CSI 2 and Hero to the win in the 1.30M. Hero also finished 11th overall in the $20,000 1.35M Grand Prix, while Jojo took 3rd and 12th in the 1.30M.

In addition to her competitive accolades, the hard work of Reutter’s groom Anthony Chavez was highlighted at Split Rock. Billy Lincoln was awarded the Hyaluronex Best Turned Out in the FEI Jog and Chavez received the Annie Goodwin Rising Star Fund Grooms Award.

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