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June 19, 2012 USEF Names Nominated Entry for US Para-Equestrian Team

USEF LogoUSEF Names Nominated Entry for U.S. Para-Equestrian Team

RELEASE: June 19, 2012
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: USEF Communications Department

Gladstone, NJ – Following the approval of the USEF High Performance Working Group and the USEF Executive Committee, the FEI Nominated Entry for the U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team for the 2012 Paralympic Games is as follows.

Athletes and horse are listed in ranked order based on the results from the 2012 USEF Selection Trials & National Para-Equestrian Championship:

1. Rebecca Hart and Jessica Ransehousen’s Lord Ludger
2. Jonathan Wentz and Kai Handt’s NTEC Richter Scale
3. Donna Ponessa and Wesley Dunham’s Western Rose
4. Dale Dedrick and her own Bonifatius
5. Donna Ponessa and Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center’s PG Ganda
6. Jonathan Wentz and Michele Miles’ Silvano
7. Mary Jordan and Deecie Denison’s Sebastian
8. Rebecca Hart and Jessica Ransehousen’s Carlingfords Taldi
9. Wendy Fryke and her own Lateran
10. Elizabeth Pigott and Regina Cristo’s One Night Stand
11. Mary Jordan and her own P. Sparrow Socks
12. Robin Brueckmann and her own Radetzky

The four athlete/horse combinations comprising the team will travel to England to compete
in the 2012 Paralympic Games. Chef d’Equipe Missy Ransehousen will join the named
athletes when the riders enter a boot camp before London. The Paralympic Equestrian
events take place in London, England at Greenwich Park August 30-September 4, 2012.

ABOUT THE EQUESTRIAN PARALYMPICS (courtesy of FEI)

Host nation Great Britain, Germany, Denmark and Canada have qualified the maximum number of riders and will each be represented by a team of four and one individual.

Nine countries – USA, The Netherlands, Brazil, Ireland, Italy, Belgium, South Africa, Australia and France – have qualified four riders.

The National Paralympic Committees (NPCs) of Singapore and Mexico, which had originally qualified four riders, returned one qualification slot each and will be represented by three-rider teams. The unused slots were re-allocated to Norway and Israel on the basis of the Individual Para-Equestrian Rankings of athletes not already qualified with a team. As a result, Norway, which had already qualified two individual riders, will be fielding a composite team consisting of three members.

New Zealand and Finland will be represented by two individual riders apiece. Bermuda, Argentina, Japan, Hong Kong and Austria have each been allocated one individual slot.
Three Bipartite Commission invitations have been issued to Thomas Haller of Austria, Lee Frawley of the Virgin Islands and Anita Johnsson of Sweden.

The nominated entries will be published on 18 June 2012 and definite entries on 6 August. A total of 78 Para-Equestrian riders will be battling it out for the 11 sets of medals available. The detailed list of qualified nations is available here.

SUMMARY:
26 nations – ARG, AUS, AUT, BEL, BER, BRA, CAN, DEN, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, HKG, IRL, ISR, ISV, ITA, JPN, MEX, NED, NOR, NZL, RSA, SIN, SWE, USA

TEAMS

4 nations with 5 riders (team + 1 individual): CAN, DEN, GBR, GER
9 nations with 4 riders (team): AUS, BEL, BRA, FRA, IRL, ITA, NED, RSA, USA
3 nations with 3 riders (team): MEX, NOR, SIN

NATIONS REPRESENTED ONLY BY INDIVIDUALS
2 nations with 2 individuals: FIN, NZL
6 nations with 1 individual: AUT, ARG, BER, ISR, JPN, HKG
3 Bipartite Commission invitations: AUT, ISV, SWE

Photo Credit: Photographs taken at the 2012 USEF Paralympic Selection Trials and 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Natonal Championships in Gladstone, NJ.  The Trials and National Championships are scheduled June10-13, 2012 at the USET Headquarters. Photo © Lindsay Y McCall for the United States Para-Equestrian Association.

*All logos, phrases, and words representing the Paralympics, London 2012, London Olympics,
Olympics, and any combination referring to the Paralympics or Olympics are property of the United States Olympic Committee and the 2012 London Olympic Games.*

About the United States Para-Equestrian Association:

The USPEA is a network of riders, judges, national federation board members, and equestrian enthusiasts.  The association gives athletes the ability to get involved and expand their knowledge and experience in the Para-Equestrian sport. The USPEA encourages para-athletes to participate in all disciplines under the para-equestrian umbrella.

The USPEA is a recognized affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) which serves as the National Governing Body for the equestrian sport.  This relationship between the USPEA and USEF is to encourage para-equestrian competitors, leisure riders, coaches, fans and enthusiasts to network and get involved with the entire equestrian sport.

Ultimately the goal of the USPEA is to foster growth in the para-equestrian discipline.  From growth in the number of participants to growth as a team, and growth in the experience and knowledge of all involved.  From local horse shows to international Olympic Games, the USPEA will provide para-equestrians the knowledge of what they need to succeed.  The USPEA connects with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), the United States Dressage Federation (USDF), and USEF which provides Para-Equestrians the top equestrian resources.

In June 2010, the USPEA earned its 501 (c)(3) status which has encouraged supporters to help supply funding to the Para-Equestrian Team as a recognized affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF).

For more information about the USPEA please visit www.USPEA.org or contact USPEA President: Hope Hand by e-mail: Wheeler966@aol.com or by phone: (610) 356-6481.

June 14, 2012 Rebecca Hart and Lord Ludger Win 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship

Rebecca Hart and Lord LudgerRebecca Hart and Lord Ludger Win 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship

Written By: Lindsay Yosay McCall

Photographs By: Lindsay Yosay McCall

Gladstone, NJ –June 14, 2012 – Rebecca Hart of Unionville, PA captured her fifth United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship on June 13. Hart, aboard Lord Ludger, owned by Jessica Ransehousen of Blue Hill Farm, inched out 2011 National Champion Jonathan Wentz of Richardson, TX with their Freestyle performance on Wednesday. Athletes from the high performance Para-Equestrian discipline presented their top mounts at the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation headquarters in Gladstone, NJ, June 10-13, 2012. It was befitting to be at one of the most historical locations in equestrian history for the 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships and 2012 USEF Paralympic Selection Trials.  With the nominated entries waiting to be named for the 2012 Paralympics, four athletes prevailed topping the field of twenty-three horse and rider combinations.

The 2012 USEF Paralympic Selection Trials and Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships was a week of environmental changes including high temperatures one day, a downpour the second day, and a breezy but exceptional weather pattern on the final day. Para-Dressage athletes Rebecca Hart, Jonathan Wentz (Richardson, TX), Donna Ponessa (New Windsor, NY), and Dale Dedrick (Ann Arbor, MI) kept the competition interesting posting scores only thousandths of a percentage point different at times.

During the three days of competition FEI Ground Jury members, Carlos Lopes (5*) POR, Anne Prain (5*) FRA, and Marc Urban (5*) BEL evaluated each duo on their interpretation of their respective tests. These critiques were valuable since selected equestrians will see these judges again when they are selected for London. Lopes and Prain are members of the ground jury and Marc Urban is the Assistant Technical Delegate for the Paralympics.

In the final hour, Rebecca Hart’s spectacular Freestyle aboard Lord Ludger impressed the judges giving her three scores of 74.0%, 74.750%, and a 79%. “I have never had a 7 and a 9 in the same score before,” Hart expressed. “I am delighted and honored to have achieved this score.”

She continued, “LoLu and I have had quite the year together. I got him about a year ago and he had a little bit of a reputation. Professional able-bodied riders had always ridden him and when Missy (Ransehousen) asked if I could try him, I said O.K. I put the big girl panties on and got on that horse. There was a little bit of a learning curve at first but over this year he has become my horse which is a really special feeling. He is such a character and I enjoy him as a horse and as a partner out there in the ring. I feel like he is finally looking to me for answers and he is right there backing me up.”

Rebecca earned the Championship in the Selection Trials and was declared the top rider at the Paralympic Selection Trials. Since the nominated horse and rider combinations will not be named until the middle of July, the riders are still on the edge of their seats awaiting that list.

Hart replied, “It feels good to be at this point and it is definitely a little weight off the shoulders but I am going to hold off my excitement until I am actually trotting down centerline in London. I will believe it then.”

Earning the Reserve Championship 2012 Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship accolade was Jonathan Wentz aboard NTEC Richter Scale, owned by Kai Handt of North Texas Equestrian Center.

Wentz held the crown for the 2011 National Championship and passed it back to Rebecca Hart who earned it in 2010. Wentz rode NTEC Richter Scale to top the Grade Ib division and earn the second place finish in his grade with Silvano, owned by Dr. Michele Miles.

Wentz noted, “It feels great to be at this point with both Richter and Silvano. Richter has carried me so far and I could have never imagined this three years ago when Kai got him. He has really stepped up to the plate as an 18-year-old and he has delivered what we asked of him. We considered WEG (World Equestrian Games 2010) was going to be his last outing but he got better and better each year. We will have toured through two world championships if we head to London and that is a lot to ask of a horse his age.”

Wentz continued, “Even with London coming up we still want to be prepare for the future. Normandy is lurking on the horizon and it takes time to build a bond with a horse. After only riding Silvano for three months he put in a good consistent ride this weekend and is a great horse. He will be a great back-up for London.  I am excited for the future.”

Rebecca replied, “After London we will be gearing up for Normandy. I have also made it a quiet goal of mine but I would love to push my able-bodied career further and make it to the Grand Prix. My old guy Pippin, who I retired at WEG, is making a comeback so we will see. I have ridden up to Prix St. George and I would like to go even further.”

Mimicking Hart and Wentz, Donna Ponessa was thrilled about her performance at the Selection Trials/ National Championship with horses Western Rose and PG Ganda. “I don’t think it has sunk in yet,” smiled Ponessa. I don’t want to take anything for granted.  I believe I can take a sigh of relief when those names are announced.”

During the Freestyle competition, Donna picked up the intensity and added the trot gait to her test. Donna explained, “We added the trot because Rosie has a really round, floaty trot, is super easy to sit, and it keeps her from getting bored.  The freestyle is supposed to be fun and inventive.”

“Western Rose is a nine-year-old American-Bred Oldenburg, continued Ponessa. “She has done third level with Wes Dunham, my trainer, and we didn’t think she would be the horse for me.  At the time we were preparing for the Selection Trials I had been riding my horse Otto. Otto, owned by Sue and Kevin Niblo, is the horse that Sydney Collier rode this week and he was a wonderful horse for me earlier this year. However, Wes and I knew we needed a horse with a better walk for Selection Trials. When he asked if I wanted to ride Rosie, I obliged. Of all the horses that we tried we did not expect her to be that horse. She has so much untapped potential, she has that wow factor, and she has a great walk.  Wes has graciously allowed me to ride her and put his training on hold so she could get in tune with me. I like to toy with the idea of taking her to Normandy, that would be amazing.””

Donna Ponessa also achieved the top Grade Ia rider of the week with Western Rose in first and PG Ganda, owned by Vinceremos Thereapeutic Riding Center, in second.

Dale Dedrick and Bonifatius earned the fourth place finish in the 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship standings and was the second place finisher in Grade II.

Dedrick commented, “I was thrilled with my horse during the Trials and National Championships. Erik stepped up to the plate when he didn’t necessarily want to and did everything I asked.  Even after six days of competition and Erik didn’t really want to to go down that path one more time to the ring, he still was willing to get in the ring for me. I loved showing at Gladstone, That sounds really cool in horsey conversations to tell people ‘ When I showed at Gladstone…” I hate to get too excited before the London team is actually announced.”

Four years ago, Carol Grant and Dedrick took a look at Bonifatius who was sitting in a field in Wisconsin. His potbelly and “U” neck made Dedrick tell Carol that he looked like a goat.  Carol’s good eye for horses saw that he had a great leg and he had a lot of potential. Grant was correct in her prediction with Dedrick competing all over the United States with the Bonifatius and earning multiple accolades in the dressage ring.  Dedrick has been working with trainer Rosalind Kinstler on developing Erik into a technical genius in the dressage ring.

Grade II rider Elizabeth Pigott and One Night Stand, owned by Regina Cristo, earned a 70.5% in their Freestyle Test on the last day of competition. Pigott noted, “Both of my horses were great this week. Willy always has a little bit of show nerves but he has come so far this year, I was proud of him. Regina Cristo has been wonderful and so supportive in allowing me to borrow her horse.  During the first two days of competition the judges kept commenting they wanted to see the horse more active.  I got him more active, and he said, ‘Yes Mam!’ He is a great horse to ride and very responsive. Since he was not in Pennsylvania when I began working with him, his trainer Melissa Suits worked with me at her farm. She has been riding One Night Stand for years and her insight was invaluable in preparing for this week.”

Topping the Grade III division was Wendy Fryke, Baker, CO aboard her stallion Lateran. Fryke and Mary Jordan, Wells, ME, performed a hat trick on their horses with Fryke earning the win for her division and Jordan capturing Grade IV with Sebastian. Jordan has had a banner year with Sebastian, owned by Deecie Denison, representing the United States Team on multiple occasions in 2011-2012.  Jordan followed in second in the Grade IV division aboard her mare P. Sparrow Socks. Both riders will be looking forward to the announcement of the nominated horse and rider combinations.

The 2012 United States Equestrian Paralympic Team nominated horse and rider combinations will be named in the middle of July. Chef d’Equipe Missy Ransehousen will join the named athletes when the riders enter a boot camp before London. The Paralympic Equestrian events take place in London, England at Greenwich Park August 30-September 4, 2012.

2012 USEF PARA-EQUESTRIAN DRESSAGE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FINAL SCORES:

1.    Rebecca Hart and Lord Ludger – Grade II—-73.501%
2.    Jonathan Wentz and NTEC Richter Scale – Grade Ib—73.126%
3.    Donna Ponessa and Western Rose – Grade Ia—73.057%
4.    Dale Dedrick and Bonifatius – Grade II—71.707%
5.    Donna Ponessa and PG Ganda – Grade Ia—71.707%
6.    Jonathan Wentz and Silvano – Grade Ib—70.915%
7.    Mary Jordan and Sebastian –  Grade IV—68.223%
8.    Rebecca Hart and Carlingford’s Taldi – Grade II—67.147%
9.    Wendy Fryke and Lateran – Grade III—67.093%
10.    Elizabeth Pigott and One Night Stand – Grade II—66.767%
11.    Mary Jordan and P.Sparrow Socks – Grade IV—64.768%
12.    Robin Brueckmann and Radetzky – Grade IV—64.301%
13.    Margarey McIntosh and Carlingford JD – Grade Ib—64.200%
14.    Elizabeth PIgott and Whitney’s Willow – Grade II—63.897%
15.    Laurietta Oakleaf and Niekele Fan Busenitz – Grade Ib—63.869%
16.    Kim Decker and Dasher’s Destiny – Grade Ia—63.274%
17.    Kim Jones and Ghlenivet – Grade II—61.828%
18.    Sydney collier and Otto Grade II—60.695%
19.    Margaret McIntosh and Idalgo – Ib—60.429%
20.    Lise Yervasi and Brendan Braveheart – Grade IV—58.477%
21.    Eleanor Brimmer and Carino H – Grade III—57.547%
22.    Laura Goldman and NTEC Willi Wesley – Grade Ia—50.816%

Grade Test Results June 11-13, 2012
Number, Name, Horse, Grade Test, Total Points, Percentage Score, Placing
FEI Grade 1a Team Test
(E) Prain,  (C) Urban,  (M) Lopes,
5    Donna Ponessa, Western Rose, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Team, 376, 73.725%, 1
4    Donna Ponessa, PG Ganda, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Team, 365, 71.569%, 2
2    Kim Decker, Dashers Destiny, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Team, 325, 63.725%, 3
3    Laura Goldman, NTEC Willi Wesley, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Team, 321.5, 63.039%, 4
FEI Grade 1b Team Test
(E) Prain,  (C) Urban,  (M) Lopes,
11    Jonathan Wentz, Silvano, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Team, 480, 72.727%, 1
12    Jonathan Wentz, NTEC Richter Scale, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Team, 478.5, 72.500%, 2
15    Margaret McIntosh, Carlingford JDm, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Team, 424.5, 64.318%, 3
13    Laurietta Oakleaf, Niekele Fan Busenitz, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Team, 419.5, 63.561%, 4
14    Margaret McIntosh, Idalgo, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Team, 402.5, 60.985%, 5
FEI Grade II Team Test
(E) Prain,  (C) Urban,  (M) Lopes,
26    Rebecca Hart, Lord Ludger, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team, 452.5, 71.825%, 1
22    Dale Dedrick, Bonifatius, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team    442.5, 70.238%, 2
27    Rebecca Hart, Carlingfords Taldi, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team, 427, 67.778%, 3
24    Elizabeth Pigott, One Night Stand, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team, 415.5, 65.952%, 4
25    Kim Jones, Ghlenivet, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team, 396, 62.937%, 5
23    Elizabeth Pigott, Whitney’s Willow, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team, 392.5, 62.302%, 6
28    Sydney Collier, Otto, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Team, 387.5, 61.508%, 0
FEI Grade III Team Test
(E) Prain,  (C) Urban,  (M) Lopes,
32    Wendy Fryke, Lateran, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Team, 546.5. 67.469%, 1
30    Eleanor Brimmer, Carino H, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Team, 477.5, 58.951%, 2
31    Erin Alberda, Sir Rocco, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Team    440.5, 54.383%, 3
FEI Grade IV Team Test
(E) Prain,  (C) Urban,  (M) Lopes,
43    Mary Jordan, Sebastian, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Team, 657, 68.438%,1
44    Mary Jordan, P. Sparrow Socks, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Team, 619.5, 64.531%, 2
45    Robin Brueckmann, Radetzky, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Team, 619, 64.479%, 3
41    Lise Yervasi, Brendan Braveheart, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Team, 556.5, 57.969%, 4
42    Lise Yervasi, Tailor Made, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Team, 523, 54.479%, 5
FEI Grade 1a Individual Test
(E) Lopes,  (C) Prain,  (M) Urban,
4    Donna Ponessa, PG Ganda    FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Indvidual, 438, 73.000%, 1
5    Donna Ponessa, Western Rose, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Indvidual, 432, 72.000%, 2
3    Laura Goldman, NTEC Willi Wesley, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Indvidual, 384, 64.000%, 3
2    Kim Decker, Dashers Destiny, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Indvidual, 380.5, 63.417%, 4
FEI Grade 1b Individual Test
(E) Lopes,  (C) Prain,  (M) Urban,
12    Jonathan Wentz, NTEC Richter Scale, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Individual, 503, 72.899%, 1
11    Jonathan Wentz, Silvano, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Individual, 497.5, 72.101%, 2
15    Margaret McIntosh, Carlingford JD, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Individual, 444, 64.348%, 3
13    Laurietta Oakleaf, Niekele Fan Busenitz, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Individual, 439.5, 63.696%, 4
14    Margaret McIntosh, Idalgo    FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Individual, 398.5, 57.754%, 5
FEI Grade II Individual Test
(E) Lopes,  (C) Prain,  (M) Urban,
26    Rebecca Hart, Lord Ludger, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual, 466, 73.968%, 1
22    Dale Dedrick, Bonifatius, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual, 453, 71.905%, 2
24    Elizabeth Pigott, One Night Stand, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual, 414, 65.714%, 3
27    Rebecca Hart, Carlingfords Taldi, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual, 414, 65.714%, 4
23    Elizabeth Pigott, Whitney’s Willow, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual, 406.5, 64.524%, 5
25    Kim Jones, Ghlenivet, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual, 377, 59.841%, 6
28    Sydney Collier, Otto, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Individual    370, 58.730%, 0
FEI Grade III Individual Test
(E) Lopes,  (C) Prain,  (M) Urban,
32    Wendy Fryke, Lateran, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Individual, 588.5, 65.389%, 1
30    Eleanor Brimmer, Carino H, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Individual, 483, 53.667%, 2
31    Erin Alberda, Sir Rocco, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Individual, 447, 49.667%, 3
FEI Grade IV Individual Test
(E) Lopes,  (C) Prain,  (M) Urban,
43    Mary Jordan, Sebastian, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Individual, 625, 67.204%, 1
44    Mary Jordan, P. Sparrow Socks, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Individual, 593, 63.763%, 2
45    Robin Brueckmann, Radetzky, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Individual, 590, 63.441%, 3
41    Lise Yervasi, Brendan Braveheart, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Individual, 538, 57.849%, 4
42    Lise Yervasi, Tailor Made    FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Individual, 473.5, 50.914%, 5
FEI Grade 1a Freestyle Test
(E) Urban,  (C) Lopes,  (M) Prain,
5    Donna Ponessa, Western Rose, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Freesytle, 443, 73.833%, 1
4    Donna Ponessa, PG Ganda, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Freesytle, 416, 69.333%, 2
2    Kim Decker, Dashers Destiny,    FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ia Freesytle, 372.5. 62.083%, 3
FEI Grade 1b Freestyle Test
(E) Urban,  (C) Lopes,  (M) Prain,
12    Jonathan Wentz, NTEC Richter Scale, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Freestyle, 449, 74.833%, 1
11    Jonathan Wentz, Silvano, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Freestyle, 389.5, 64.917%, 2
13    Laurietta Oakleaf, Niekele Fan Busenitz, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Freestyle, 389, 64.833%, 3
14    Margaret McIntosh, Idalgo, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Freestyle, 388, 64.667%, 4
15    Margaret McIntosh, Carlingford JD, FEI Para Equestrian Grade Ib Freestyle, 382, 63.667%, 5
FEI Grade II Freestyle Test
(E) Urban,  (C) Lopes,  (M) Prain,
26    Rebecca Hart, Lord Ludger, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle, 455.5, 75.917%, 1
22    Dale Dedrick, Bonifatius, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle, 445.5, 74.250%, 2
24    Elizabeth Pigott, One Night Stand, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle, 423, 70.500%, 3
27    Rebecca Hart, Carlingfords Taldi, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle, 412.5, 68.750%, 4
23    Elizabeth Pigott, Whitney’s Willow, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle, 395, 65.833%, 5
25    Kim Jones, Ghlenivet, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle, 381.5, 63.583%,6
28    Sydney Collier, Otto, FEI Para Equestrian Grade II Freestyle    378, 63.000%, 0
FEI Grade III Freestyle Test
(E) Urban,  (C) Lopes,  (M) Prain,
32    Wendy Fryke, Lateran, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Freestyle, 418.5, 69.750%, 1
30    Eleanor Brimmer, Carino H, FEI Para Equestrian Grade III Freestyle, 375, 62.500%, 2
FEI Grade IV Freestyle Test
(E) Urban,  (C) Lopes,  (M) Prain,
43    Mary Jordan, Sebastian, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Freestyle, 419, 69.833%, 1
44    Mary Jordan, P. Sparrow Socks, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Freestyle, 403.5, 67.250%, 2
45    Robin Brueckmann, Radetzky    FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Freestyle, 394, 65.667%, 3
41    Lise Yervasi, Brendan Braveheart, FEI Para Equestrian Grade IV Freestyle, 364.5, 60.750%, 4

ABOUT THE EQUESTRIAN PARALYMPICS (courtesy of FEI)

Host nation Great Britain, Germany, Denmark and Canada have qualified the maximum number of riders and will each be represented by a team of four and one individual.

Nine countries – USA, The Netherlands, Brazil, Ireland, Italy, Belgium, South Africa, Australia and France – have qualified four riders.

The National Paralympic Committees (NPCs) of Singapore and Mexico, which had originally qualified four riders, returned one qualification slot each and will be represented by three-rider teams. The unused slots were re-allocated to Norway and Israel on the basis of the Individual Para-Equestrian Rankings of athletes not already qualified with a team. As a result, Norway, which had already qualified two individual riders, will be fielding a composite team consisting of three members.

New Zealand and Finland will be represented by two individual riders apiece. Bermuda, Argentina, Japan, Hong Kong and Austria have each been allocated one individual slot.
Three Bipartite Commission invitations have been issued to Thomas Haller of Austria, Lee Frawley of the Virgin Islands and Anita Johnsson of Sweden.

The nominated entries will be published on 18 June 2012 and definite entries on 6 August. A total of 78 Para-Equestrian riders will be battling it out for the 11 sets of medals available. The detailed list of qualified nations is available here.

SUMMARY:
26 nations – ARG, AUS, AUT, BEL, BER, BRA, CAN, DEN, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, HKG, IRL, ISR, ISV, ITA, JPN, MEX, NED, NOR, NZL, RSA, SIN, SWE, USA

TEAMS

4 nations with 5 riders (team + 1 individual): CAN, DEN, GBR, GER
9 nations with 4 riders (team): AUS, BEL, BRA, FRA, IRL, ITA, NED, RSA, USA
3 nations with 3 riders (team): MEX, NOR, SIN

NATIONS REPRESENTED ONLY BY INDIVIDUALS
2 nations with 2 individuals: FIN, NZL
6 nations with 1 individual: AUT, ARG, BER, ISR, JPN, HKG
3 Bipartite Commission invitations: AUT, ISV, SWE

Photo Credit: Photographs taken at the 2012 USEF Paralympic Selection Trials and 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Natonal Championships in Gladstone, NJ.  The Trials and National Championships are scheduled June10-13, 2012 at the USET Headquarters. Photo © Lindsay Y McCall for the United States Para-Equestrian Association.

*All logos, phrases, and words representing the Paralympics, London 2012, London Olympics,
Olympics, and any combination referring to the Paralympics or Olympics are property of the United States Olympic Committee and the 2012 London Olympic Games.*

About the United States Para-Equestrian Association:

The USPEA is a network of riders, judges, national federation board members, and equestrian enthusiasts.  The association gives athletes the ability to get involved and expand their knowledge and experience in the Para-Equestrian sport. The USPEA encourages para-athletes to participate in all disciplines under the para-equestrian umbrella.

The USPEA is a recognized affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) which serves as the National Governing Body for the equestrian sport.  This relationship between the USPEA and USEF is to encourage para-equestrian competitors, leisure riders, coaches, fans and enthusiasts to network and get involved with the entire equestrian sport.

Ultimately the goal of the USPEA is to foster growth in the para-equestrian discipline.  From growth in the number of participants to growth as a team, and growth in the experience and knowledge of all involved.  From local horse shows to international Olympic Games, the USPEA will provide para-equestrians the knowledge of what they need to succeed.  The USPEA connects with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), the United States Dressage Federation (USDF), and USEF which provides Para-Equestrians the top equestrian resources.

In June 2010, the USPEA earned its 501 (c)(3) status which has encouraged supporters to help supply funding to the Para-Equestrian Team as a recognized affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF).

For more information about the USPEA please visit www.USPEA.org or contact USPEA President: Hope Hand by e-mail: Wheeler966@aol.com or by phone: (610) 356-6481.

June 12, 2012 Rain Fails to Dampen Rider’s Spirits at United States Equestrian Federation Paralympic Selection Trials

Rebecca Hart and Lord Ludger ride in the rain at the 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Selection Trials/Paralympic Trials

Rebecca Hart and Lord Ludger ride in the rain at the 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Selection Trials/Paralympic Trials photo by Lindsay Yosay McCall

Rain Fails to Dampen Rider’s Spirits at United States Equestrian Federation Paralympic Selection Trials

Written by: Lindsay Yosay McCall

Photographs by: Lindsay Yosay McCall

Gladstone, NJ –June 12, 2012 – The weather report for Tuesday, June 12, 2012 predicted 80% chance of rain at the United States Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters. Within an hour of competition at the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Paralympic Selection Trials/Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships, rain began to crash upon the trees. Rider’s did not waiver from the schedule and welcomed the rain as a variable to take advantage of. As the second day concluded Rebecca Hart (Unionville, PA) inched ahead of Donna Ponessa (New Windsor, NY), and 2011 National Champion Jonathan Wentz (Richardson, TX). With only the Freestyle competition left to secure four spots on the United States Paralympic Team headed to London, riders hope to continue earning supreme scores. Currently Rebecca Hart, Donna Ponessa, Jonathan Wentz, and Dale Dedrick (Ann Arbor, MI) have remained in the top four of the standings.

Rebecca Hart, 26, and Lord Ludger excelled in the Grade II Team Test earning a 73.968% aboard the Holsteiner gelding. Hart showcased her test when the rain became a downpour but Hart remained determined and relaxed. “I owe my grippy gloves to sticky spray,” chuckled Hart. “The reins get quite slippery in a rain like this and with two whips, and two reins it gets difficult to hold onto everything if it’s wet. However, the rain was not a factor on how LoLu performed.”  Having all types of situations occur within an atmosphere like the Selection Trials gives the riders experiences they can grow from before heading to a large show like the Paralympics.”

Under Blue Hill Farm’s instruction with Missy and Jessica Ransehousen, Hart has achieved four National Champions, represented the U.S. at the 2008 Paralympics and 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, and she has traveled the world including a trip to Australia for international Para-Equestrian competition. Riding continues to help Rebecca strengthen and condition her body against a rare genetic disease called Familial Spastic Paraplegia.

“Riding makes a huge difference with my disability,” Hart explained. “Doctors call me an “upside down paraplegic” because based on my scans they cannot see how I could even walk, let alone ride. However my physical therapy, training with a personal trainer, and constantly riding helps to strengthen and condition my muscles.”

Donna Ponessa added, “I am way ahead of the curve with my disease progression like Rebecca and Doctors say it is because of riding and my determination.”

Ponessa has gone from a wide-eyed brand new Para-Equestrian in March 2011 to one of the top Para-Equestrians in the United States. Alongside FEI rider and trainer Wes Dunham, Ponessa has climbed the ranks to achieve supreme scores in the Grade Ia division.

On the first day of competition at the USET Headquarters Ponessa went one-two with Western Rose, owned by Wes Dunham. Western Rose was followed by PG Ganda, on loan from Vinceremos Thereaputic Riding Center. On the second day of competition the ex-Canadian show jumper, PG Ganda and Ponessa secured a 73% to take home the first place followed by Western Rose.

In Grade II, Jonathan Wentz ,21, replicated Ponessa on day one securing a one-two placing with Silvano, owned by Dr. Michele Miles in one and NTEC Richter Scale in second. During the individual competition NTEC Richter Scale, owned by Kai Handt, earned the win with a 72.899% followed by the ex-World Cup jumper, Silvano.

To be competing at the 2012 Paralympic Selection Trials is a goal Jonathan Wentz decided to capture from 13 years of age. After growing out of the therapeutic riding programs Wentz found Kai Handt and North Texas Equestrian Center. Handt and his wife run a successful Dressage barn in Wylie, TX and compete on the FEI level around the world.  Handt enjoyed challenging Wentz each week when they began working together and he never went easy on 6’3” young rider. Wentz has emulated Handt’s desire strive for the best results and not accept an average performance.

Daled Dedrick has accompanied Wentz as a US Team Member as they campaigned over the 2011 year. Dedrick’s mount Bonifatius has been essential to the United States Para-Equestrian Team. Dedrick has been a lifelong horsewoman and was even part of the 1986 U.S. Olympic Festival Team. Dedrick joined the Para-Equestrian competition in June 2011 as a Grade II rider and hit the ground running earning the 2011 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Reserve National Championship. Dedrick trains her grey 14-year-old Hanoverian gelding in Michigan with Rosalind Kinstler “Roz”. Dedrick is currently ranked fourth among her competitors and has a very good chance she may earn a spot on the 2012 Paralympic Team.

In Grade III, Wendy Fryke of Parker, CO and Lateran achieved top scores during Tuesday’s competition.  The 2010 World Equestrian Games member continues to excel in front of the international judges. Fellow 2010 World Equestrian Games teammate Mary Jordan of Wells, ME and Deecie Denison’s gelding, Sebastian, earned the top placing in Grade IV.  Jordan went one-two riding her mare P. Sparrow Socks to a second place finish.

The 2012 Paralympic Selection Trials and 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships finalize competition on Wednesday with the exciting Freestyle Tests.  Each horse and rider combination will complete their Grade’s technical requirements using a previous selected piece of music.  The Freestyle Test is the last 20% of each rider’s overall score and will be evaluated by FEI Ground Jury members, Carlos Lopes (5*) POR, Anne Prain (5*) FRA, and Marc Urban (5*) BEL. An awards ceremony will follow Wednesday’s competition at the USET Headquarters in Gladstone, NJ.

Recent USPEA Press News

Mary Jordan and Sebastian by Lindsay Yosay McCall

Mary Jordan and Sebastian by Lindsay Yosay McCall

Below are the dates of each press release followed by a link to the URL and a link to the PDF so you may save it to your computer and/or print it.  If you have news about the USPEA that you would like to add to this site please send an e-mail to Hope Hand atwheeler966@aol.com.

 September 7, 2012 United States Paralympic Equestrian Team Earns Top Scores at Largest Attended Paralympics (PDF)

September 3, 2012 Equestrian Jonathan Wentz (USA) Triumphs in Stiff Competition at 2012 London Paralympic Games (PDF)

August 31, 2012 Donna Ponessa (USA) Secures U.S. Scores While Great Britain Maintains Team Medal Lead at 2012 Equestrian Paralympics (PDF)

August 30, 2012 First Day of 2012 Paralympic Equestrian Team Competition Reveals Leading Countries (PDF)

 August 29, 2012 2012 London Paralympic Equestrian Competition Begins at Greenwich Park (PDF)

August 20, 2012 London is Calling the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Equestrian Team (PDF)

July 28, 2012 Meet the 2012 United States Paralympic Equestrian Team (PDF)

July 27, 2012  Announcing the 2012 United States Paralympic Equestrian Team (PDF)

July 26, 2012 United States Para-Equestrian Driving Team Prepares for 2012 World Driving Championships (PDF)

July 22, 2012  Para-Equestrian Dressage Athlete Mary Jordan Leaves Lasting Impression at Official USA Olympic Day (PDF)

July 3, 2012 USPEA Acknowledges the Combined Efforts of Individuals and Organizations at the 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Selection Trials  (PDF)

June 26, 2012 Ann Romney Awards Rebecca Hart and Lord Ludger 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship Trophy at USEF Dressage Festival of Champions (PDF)

June 19, 2012 USEF Names Nominated Entry for US Para-Equestrian Team (PDF)

June 13, 2012 – Rebecca Hart and Lord Ludger Win 2012 USEF
Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship (PDF)

June 12, 2012-  Rain Fails to Dampen Rider’s Spirits at United States Equestrian Federation Paralympic Selection Trials   (PDF)

June 11, 2012 –Para-Equestrians Rise to the Top on Inaugural Day of 2012 USEF Paralympic Selection Trials and National Championships(PDF)

June 10, 2012- Twenty-Three Duos Pass Veterinary Inspection for 2012 United States Equestrian Federation Paralympic Selection Trials    (PDF)

June 6, 2012- Announcing Riders for 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Paralympic Selection Trials and National Championships  (PDF)

June 2, 2012- Athletes Prepare for the 2012 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage Paralympic Selection Trials and National Championships (PDF)

May 25, 2012- Nominations for Olympic Torch and Rings of Gold(PDF)

2012 Olympic Torch Nomination(PDF)

2012 Rings of Gold Nomination Individual(PDF)

2012 Rings of Gold Nomination Program(PDF)

052412 Assembly Awards Nomination Memo(PDF)

May 24, 2012 – Final 100 Days To Paralympics (PDF)

May 22, 2012- FEI Award Nominations 2012 (PDF)

April 29, 2012 Lauren Barwick (CAN) and Donna Ponessa (USA) Earn
High Point Awards at Houston Dressage Society CPEDI3* (PDF)

April 28, 2012 Donna Ponessa Triumphs at Houston Dressage Society
Spring Classic I & II CPEDI3* (PDF)

April 27, 2012 –  Para-Equestrians from the U.S. and Canada Earn Top Scores at Houston Dressage Society Spring Classic I & II CPEDI3* (PDF)

April 26, 2012-  Houston Dressage Society Spring Classic I & II CPEDI3* Kicks-Off at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center (PDF)

April 25, 2012 Para-Equestrians Prepare for Houston Dressage Society Spring Classic I & II CPEDI3*(PDF)

April 11, 2012- Save the Date: 2012 USEF Paralympic Selection Trials and National Championship to be held in Gladstone, NJ (PDF)

April 6, 2012- Register  for Train The Trainer April 20 and 21, 2012 (PDF)

March 20, 2012 -USPEA Acknowledges 2012 Dressage Affaire for Successful CPEDI3* (PDF)

March 19, 2012- 2012 Paralympic Games Registration (PDF)

March 13, 2012- Mette Rosencrantz Clinic(PDF)

March 12, 2012-Para-Equestrians Perform Energizing Freestyles on Final Day of 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire (PDF)

March 10, 2012- Para-Dressage Riders Impress Judges at 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire CPEDI3* (PDF)

March 8, 2012 –Para-Equestrian Dressage Riders Launch into Competition at 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire CPEDI3* (PDF)

March 2, 2012-Exciting Week Approaches for the 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire CDI-W, CDI-YJ3*, CPEDI3*(PDF)

February 28, 2012- Clinic with Mette Rosencrantz March 12-13 Following the 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire CPEDI3*  (PDF)

February 27, 2012- Train the Trainer April 20 & 21, 2012 Held at Carlisle Academy, Lyman, Maine Sponsored by USPEA(PDF)

February 25, 2012-FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage Steward Course and Judges Course at 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire Still Open to Applicants (PDF)

February 10, 2012-  200 DAYS TO GO TO LONDON 2012 PARALYMPIC GAMES (PDF)

February 10, 2012 International Judges Prepare to Attend FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage Judge Course (PDF)

February 8, 2012- Rancho Valencia becomes Event Sponsor of The Dressage Affaire (PDF)

February 2, 2012- TWENTY-THREE NATIONS QUALIFY FOR LONDON 2012 PARALYMPIC GAMES  (PDF)

January 31, 2012- FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage Judge Course March 9-11, 2012 in Del Mar, California  (PDF)

January 29, 2012-Para-Equestrian Dressage CPEDI3* Freestyles Finalize Two
Exciting Weeks at Jim Brandon Equestrian Center (PDF)

January 28, 2012 –   United States Para-Equestrian Team Clinched the Win at Wellington Classic Sunshine Challenge CPEDI3*  (PDF)

January 26, 2012 United States Takes Early Lead in Team Competition at 2012 Wellington Classic Sunshine Challenge CPEDI3* (PDF)

January 25, 2012  Gear Up For 2012 Wellington Classic Sunshine Challenge CPEDI3* Commencing January 26  (PDF)

January 25, 2012 Prepare for 2012 Rancho Valencia Dressage Affaire CPEDI3* (PDF)

January 24, 2012 Announcing 2012 Paralympic Qualifier Houston Dressage Society (PDF)

January 22, 2012- Gold Coast Dressage Association Opener Festival CPEDI3*   (PDF)

January 21, 2012-Gold Coast Dressage Association Opener Festival CPEDI3* (PDF)

January 19, 2012- Gold Coast Dressage Association Opener Festival CPEDI3* (PDF)

December 16, 2011- United States Para-Equestrian Dressage Team Brings Home the Gold at 2011 Melbourne CPEDI3* in Australia (PDF)

December 1, 2011 United States Para-Equestrians Take to the Air for 2011 Melbourne CPEDI3* in Australia (PDF)

November 15, 2011 United States Para-Equestrian Team Wins Gold at
2011 CPEDI3*in Mexico City (PDF)

November 15, 2011 United States Para-Equestrian Team Talks 2012 on Dover’s World November 15, 2011 (PDF)

September 25, 2011- USPEA Acknowledges NEDA Fall Festival of Dressage For Hosting the 2011 USEF National Championship and CPEDI3*  (PDF)

September 18, 2011-2011 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships and NEDA Fall Festival of Dressage CPEDI3* (PDF)

September 17, 2011-2011 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships and NEDA Fall Festival of Dressage CPEDI3* (PDF)

September 16, 2011-2011 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships and NEDA Fall Festival of Dressage CPEDI3* (PDF)

September 15, 2011- 2011 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships and NEDA Fall Festival of Dressage CPEDI3* JOG (PDF)

January-February 2011 Warmblood Magazine..Article on Jennifer Baker and Kranak URL

April 5, 2011- The Results Are In for Round 1 of America’s Favorite Equestrian!(PDF)

March 28, 2011- Only Four Days to Vote for America’s Favorite Para Dressage Equestrian (PDF)

March 26, 2011-USPEA Recognizes 2011 Dressage Affaire Sponsors(PDF)

March 15 ,2011- Horse Girl TV Interview with Eleanore Brimmer and Jonathan Wentz: (courtesy of Horse Girl TV)

Click this link to listen to the radio show: http://www.horsegirltv.com/weekly/25-HorseGirlTVPodcast-Para-Dressage.mp3

Click this link for the transcript of the show: http://www.horsegirltv.com/?p=3046

March 14, 2011-USPEA President Hope Hand Live on Dover’s World March 15, 2011–(PDF)

March 14, 2011- Debbie McDonald and Hanneke Gerritsen Give Para-Equestrian Dressage Riders Clinic at the Del Mar Horsepark (PDF)

March 13, 2011- Canada and U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Teams Go One-Two at 2011 Dressage Affaire CPEDI3* (PDF)__Loaded as the original word document

March 12, 2011-Canada and U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Teams Vie for Championship at 2011 Dressage Affaire CPEDI3*(PDF)

March 11, 2011– U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Riders Attain Qualifying Scores in Team Test at 2011 Dressage Affaire CPEDI3*(PDF)

March 10, 2011– The 2011 Dressage Affaire CPEDI3* is Underway for Para-Equestrian Dressage Riders(PDF)

December 10, 2010–Vote for your favorite equestrian through The Equus Foundation (link)

October 11, 2010  (link) (PDF)–Para-Equestrians Wrap-Up Incredible Week with Freestyle Performances

October 8, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Germany, Great Britain Para-Riders Harvest Freestyle Gold

October 7, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Para-Dressage Makes History at 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

October 5, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Para-Dressage Gets Underway at Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

October 1, 2010 (link) (PDF)–USEF Names the Kentucky Equine Research U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

September 29, 2010 (link) (PDF)–United States Para-Equestrians Prepare for WEG Debut at Kentucky Equine Research

September 24, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Kentucky Equine Research Hosts Open House In Honor of the Kentucky Equine Research/U.S. Para-Equestrian Team for 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™

September 13, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Interview With United States Para-Equestrian Trainer Kai Handt

August 23, 2010 (link) (PDF)–United States Para-Equestrian Association Recognizes Para-Equestrian Horse Owners of 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™

July 21, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Announcing the USEF Para-Dressage Team Nominated Entries for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™

July 13, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Journey To The Games Benefit Concert for the US Para-Equestrian Team

July 7, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Lloyd Landkamer to Serve as Dressage and Para-Equestrian Discipline Manager at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™

June 28, 2010 (link) (PDF)–USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championships Awarded and the Long List for the USEF Para-Dressage Team for 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ Announced

June 27, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Day Two of USEF Para-Dressage Selection Trials for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ Concludes

June 26, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Day One of USEF Para-Dressage Selection Trials for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ Concludes

June 25, 2010 (link) (PDF)–FAST FACTS: USEF Para-Dressage Selection Trials Begins for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™

June 21, 2010 (link) (PDF)–United States Para-Equestrian Association Announces Riders for 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games’™ Selection Trials

June 14, 2010 (link) (PDF)–The United States Para-Equestrian Association Thanks Everyone For a Successful Para-Webathon

June 7, 2010 (link) (PDF)–The United States Para-Equestrian Association Announces 501(c)(3) Status

June 4, 2010 (link) (PDF)–Fast Facts: Journey to the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ First Ever Para-Webathon June 8, 2010

June 2, 2010 (link) (PDF)–The United States Para-Dressage Riders Earn Top Honors at WindReach International Para-Dressage CPEDI3*

May 19, 2010 (link) (PDF)–The United States Para-Dressage Team Thanks Kentucky Equine Research for Housing Before World Equestrian Games

May 10, 2010 (link) (PDF)–The United States Para-Equestrian Association Hosts First Ever Para-Webathon

Many of the articles above are property of the USPEA unless declared.  Articles written for USPEA as a client under any company are property of the USPEA.  Thank you to all of those who have supported the USPEA.
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