Results from the June 1st Show

*Classes are T.I.P. Sponsored

In-Hand Division

Class 1: War Horse
1st: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
*Class 2: Mare/Filly
1st: Indy Reign shown by Karen Kohl
2nd: Funny Cake shown by Addenyn Conway
*Class 3: Gelding/Stallion
1st: Taylor shown by Joy Walter
2nd: London shown by Elizabeth Parker
3rd: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons
4th: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
5th: Pennsyltucky Pie shown by Dawn Conway

*Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot

*Class 5: Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot
1st: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
2nd: Pennsyltucky Pie shown by Dawn Conway
3rd: Indy Reign shown by Karen Kohl
4th: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
5th: Funny Cake shown by Addenyn Conway
6th: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons

*Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot/Canter Division

Champion: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
Reserve Champion: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons

*Class 6: Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot, to Include Simple Test
1st: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
2nd: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons
3rd: Pennsyltucky Pie shown by Dawn Conway
4th: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
5th: Funny Cake shown by Addenyn Conway
*Class 7: Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot/Canter
1st: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons
2nd: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
*Class 8: Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot/Canter to Include Simple Test
1st: Timely Action shown by Ailish Conway
2nd: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons

Open Beginner Hunter Division

Champion: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton
Reserve Champion: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer

Class 9: Open Beginner Hunter Walk/Trot
1st: Reinzig shown by Courtney Ammons
2nd: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton
3rd: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
4th: Taylor shown by Joy Walter
5th: Norman shown by Jess Melvin
Class 10: Open Beginner Hunter Walk/Trot/Canter
1st: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton
2nd: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
3rd: Norman shown by Jess Melvin
Class 11: Open Beginner Hunter Over Cross Rails to 18″
1st: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
2nd: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton

*Thoroughbred Cross Rail Division

Champion: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
Reserve Champion: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton

*Class 12: Thoroughbred Walk/Trot/Canter
1st: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
2nd: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton
*Class 13: Thoroughbred Cross Rail Over Fences
1st: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer
2nd: Target Practice shown by Tammy Coulton
*Class 14: Thoroughbred Cross Rail Over Fences
1st: Norman shown by Jess Melvin
2nd: Rumor Has It shown by Diane Dancer

Open Schooling Hunter Division

Champion: B. Coming One shown by Brooke Treichler
Reserve Champion: Pinky shown by Jess Melvin

Class 15: Open Schooling Hunter Over Fences 18″ to 2′
1st: B. Coming One shown by Brooke Treichler
2nd: Pinky shown by Jess Melvin
Class 16: Open Schooling Hunter Over Fences 18″ to 2′
1st: B. Coming One shown by Brooke Treichler
2nd: Pinky shown by Jess Melvin
Class 17: Open Schooling Hunter Flat
1st: B. Coming One shown by Brooke Treichler
2nd: Pinky shown by Jess Melvin

Open Equitation Division

Champion: London shown by Elizabeth Parker
Reserve Champion: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo

Class 18: Open Equitation Over Fences
1st: London shown by Elizabeth Parker
2nd: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
Class 19: Open Equitation Over Fences
1st: London shown by Elizabeth Parker
2nd: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
Class 20: Open Equitation Flat
1st: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
2nd: London shown by Elizabeth Parker

Open Hopeful Hunter Division

Champion: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
Reserve Champion: London shown by Elizabeth Parker

Class 21: Open Hopeful Hunter Over Fences 2′ to 2’3″
1st: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
2nd: London shown by Elizabeth Parker
Class 22: Open Hopeful Hunter Over Fences 2′ to 2’3″
1st: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
2nd: London shown by Elizabeth Parker
Class 23: Open Hopeful Hunter Flat
1st: Net Present Value shown by Tony Mayo
2nd: London shown by Elizabeth Parker

*Low Thoroughbred Hunter Division

Champion: The Archer shown by Holly Stello
Reserve Champion: Glorious King shown by Kelly Jones

*Class 24: Low Thoroughbred Hunter Over Fences 2’3″ to 2’6″
1st: The Archer shown by Holly Stello
2nd: Glorious King shown by Kelly Jones
*Class 25: Low Thoroughbred Hunter Over Fences 2’3″ to 2’6″
1st: The Archer shown by Holly Stello
2nd: Glorious King shown by Kelly Jones
*Class 26: Low Thoroughbred Hunter Flat
1st: The Archer shown by Holly Stello
2nd: Glorious King shown by Kelly Jones

Open Lead Line

Champion: Shampagne on Ice ridden by Anna Mullan
Reserve Champion: Glorious King ridden by Hazel Henry

Class 39: Lead Line Walk
1st: Shampagne on Ice ridden by Anna Mullan
2nd: Glorious King ridden by Hazel Henry
Class 40: Lead Line Walk /Trot
1st: Shampagne on Ice ridden by Anna Mullan
2nd: Glorious King ridden by Hazel Henry

MANY thanks to all our sponsors and competitors for our June 1st Show!

We want to take this time to thank all of you who made possible the Round 2 Thoroughbred Horse Show.

Division Sponsors
Smarty Jones (Patricia Chapman and Someday Farms)
Shirley Lojeski (breeding, foaling and layups)
Susan J. Smith “Britt” and Broadlawn Farms
Corrine H. Machmer
The Jockey Club T.I.P.

Champion and Reserve Champions
SMD Limited Racing Stable
Swamp’s Auto Works
Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association

Donations
Link Beverages

Friends
Jimmy Wray
Shirley Lojeski
Kat Lehman

Advertisers
Swamp’s Auto Works
Nancy Denver
Dr. J. Leah Garlan
Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association
Smarty Jones

New Shows! June 1st and September 21st

Round 2 LogoRound 2 Thoroughbred Horse Shows is really excited to announce two shows this year. Our first show will be held June 1st at the Bucks County Horse Park.

We are working hard to get sponsors and are extremely pleased to announce that we have been accepted as part of the Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program. TIP will be sponsoring several classes at both shows and this means, too, that if you have a horse registered with TIP, you can get points for competing at our show. tip_low

TIP eligibility: 

  1. Only Thoroughbreds that have been registered with The Jockey Club or a foreign Thoroughbred stud book recognized by The Jockey Club are eligible to participate in T.I.P. classes and awards.
    1. NEW for 2013 – Riders and owners should obtain a T.I.P. number for all horse/rider combinations. T.I.P. number applications are done online at www.tjctip.com. T.I.P. numbers must be provided to the horse show. Hard copy forms will also be provided to shows.
  2. Reporting ResultsNEW for 2013 Result reporting will be done online at www.tjctip.com

Check here for more information as it becomes available. If you would like to sponsor a division, class or ribbon to help out with running the show and keeping the cost affordable for everyone, please email us at round2tbhorseshow@gmail.com

Our second show will be September 21st also at the Bucks County Horse Park. Check back here for clinic information coming later in the year.

Thoroughbred ONLY: Proof of TB registration required.
(lip tattoo, copy of registration, Jockey Club papers, Adoption agreement)

For information:

email round2tbhorseshow@gmail.com.

Entry forms are available under the Entry Info tab at the top.

The Bucks County Horse Park, established in 1991, is a tax exempt, nonprofit corporation under Sec. 501 (c)(3) dedicated to preserving open space and promoting amateur equestrian activities. For further information or membership or events, please call (610) 847-8597.

Jumping Clinic with Jimmy Wray November 23

Round 2 Thoroughbred Horse Shows is proud to announce a jumping clinic with renowned rider Jimmy Wray. Cost is $50 for those riding and $10 for those auditing at the Bucks County Horse Park (you can find directions here), 8934 Easton Road – Revere, PA 18953. Download the entry form in Microsoft Word here: 121119JimmyWrayClinic-3 and email it back to Nancy Denver at round2tbhorseshow@gmail.com. This clinic is not restricted to thoroughbreds. If you want to improve your performance, join us this Friday!

About Jimmy Wray

Jimmy Wray is a professional horseman with more than 40 years experience buying, selling, training and showing both horses and ponies.

Jimmy specializes in green horses and often retrains ex-racehorses. Jimmy states, “I’ve bought a lot of stallions and gelded them to make show horses.” Several of these horses have made it into the top ranks of show jumping including Bold Pisces who competed successfully at the Grand Prix level. Here’s Jimmy’s training philosophy in his own words, “I like to get a horse really soft and balanced to the jumps. The horses need to be really relaxed to get the best jump out of them. When they’re soft and relaxed, they can just rock back and fire off the ground. Then they’re jumping really well.”

Jimmy has also successfully worked to bring ex-racehorses to the hunter ring. He once purchased a three year-old that later became AHSA horse of the year.

Jimmy is currently working with several riders training them and their mounts for both the hunter and jumper show rings. Several of his students have made it to the Grand Prix level already.

Many THANKS to our sponsors, advertisers, friends and competitors!

We want to take this time to thank all of you who made possible the Round 2 Thoroughbred Horse Show.

Division Sponsors
Smarty Jones (Patricia Chapman and Someday Farms)
Shirley Lojeski (breeding, foaling and layups)
Susan J. Smith “Britt” and Broadlawn Farms
Corrine H. Machmer
Turning for Home

Champion and Reserve Champions
SMD Limited Racing Stable
Swamp’s Auto Works
John Servis Racing Stables

Donations
Equine Exchange
Tractor Supply
Davis Feed

Friends
Jimmy Wray
Shirley Lojeski
Kat Lehman
Jess Stein
Lois Burmeister
Lisa J. Pieretti and Albert@Growmyideas.com

Advertisers
PTHA’s Turning for Home
Quakertown Veterinary Clinic
Swamp’s Auto Works
Ryan Schultz
Dr. L. Celia Malmud
Nancy Denver
Mike Davis
Dr. J. Leah Garlan
Equine Exchange