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May 7, 2014- U.S. Para-Dressage Individual Athletes Complete European Tour in France and Belgium

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U.S. Para-Dressage Individual Athletes Complete European Tour in France and Belgium
Press Release by Lindsay McCall
Unionville, PA – May 7, 2014 – It is imperative that international high-performance athletes competing for the U.S. travel overseas especially with the upcoming Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ (WEG) in Normandy, France. When a para- dressage rider travels abroad with their horses they are able to compete in front of multiple FEI judges alongside their future competition. With the amount of riders that travel to the European CPEDI3* events, a rider can get a good idea about where they stand, what they need to work on, and what their competitors are looking like. This feedback will help them on their road to the next international show. Although this is important, financially traveling overseas can be difficult in addition to the travel and scheduling commitment that it can take. This April 2014, three individual para-dressage riders took the opportunity to fly to France and Belgium during the multiple para-equestrian dressage CPEDI3* competitions. These riders all left just days after competing at the 2014 Adequan Global Dressage Festival CPEDI3* in Wellington, Florida. Athletes included two-time Paralympian Rebecca Hart (Grade II) and her horse Schroeters Romani; Margaret McIntosh (Grade Ia) and her own Rio Rio; and Mary Jordan (Grade IV) with Oldenburg gelding, Rubicon 75, owned by Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center of Loxahatchee, Florida, and formally owned and ridden by Catherine Haddad Staller of International Dressage. The competitions included Deauville, France, CPEDI3* April 4-6, 2014, and the Moorsele, Belgium, CPEDI3* April 25-27, 2014. These events were the final preparation before the 2014 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship and Para-Dressage Selection Trials for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™. The National Championship/ Selection Trials will be held June 2-5, 2014, at the USET Foundation Headquarters in Gladstone, NJ.

Rebecca Hart and Schroeters Romani
Rebecca Hart and Schroeters Romani at the Moorsele, Belgium, CPEDI3* April 25-27, 2014. Schroeters Romani is a Danish Warmblood mare owned by Hart’s family, Margaret Duprey, Cherry Knoll Farm, Sycamore Station Equine Division, Barbara Summer, The Ruffolo’s, and Will and Sandy Kimmel. Photo courtesy of Rebecca Hart.
Rebecca Hart truly enjoyed the experience in Europe with her new mount 12 year-old Danish Warmblood Mare, Schroeters Romani who was purchased from Straight Horse in Denmark in partnership with Hart’s family, Margaret Duprey, Cherry Knoll Farm, Sycamore Station Equine Division, Barbara Summer, The Ruffolo’s, and Will and Sandy Kimmel. Hart explained, “It was a truly humbling experience.  To have people believe in me enough to enable me to go over and compete on that level was astounding. The experience really helped me to learn about my horse and myself as a competitor.  It feels a little bit like a roller coaster in events like this when the stakes are high.  I was very very happy with being in the top five, and making it into the freestyle at both competitions; especially with all the top riders and countries there. I felt it was so important, since we are a new combination, to get over there and give my horse the exposure to the international judges that we can’t do here in the states due to the lack of CPEDI’s.  My horse traveled beautifully and held her composure in some very atmospheric arenas.  The judges were all very complimentary and gave us good guidance on what to work on as we head towards selection trials for the 2014 World Equestrian Games.”
Hart continued, “It was phenomenal to get to focus so specifically on my horse over the last three months.  I got to go into a “professional horse bubble” starting with Florida and then continuing on to Europe.  It was great to get to step away from my normal everyday stressors like work and concentrate completely on my horse, fitness, and riding.  It was a gift and I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to do it.  Having the time to focus like that, when it is still such a new relationship with Romani has helped to bring us together as a team.  Especially with all the travel and fluctuations with the competitions.  She is beginning to trust that even if we move around and the schedule or routine changes I am going to be the constant.  She is a horse that likes to know what’s happening and have a routine.  Getting her to trust me is the key to this partnership, and we are on our way.”
Hart added, “Having Margaret (Gigi) McIntosh and Rio come and compete with us was lovely.  We were a traveling unit and it was great to have the camaraderie and support.  It made the whole experience that much more fun.  Gigi and I have been teammates for the last year and a half. We went horse shopping together and got our horses at the same time.  It has been lovely to share the adventure with her. Having someone else to be able to bounce ideas off and share the experiences with has been huge.  We train together at Blue Hill Farm and it has been fun watching as our relationships with our horses grow from the first ride to maturing to the point that we were able to successfully compete and hold our own in Europe.  We are both looking forward to competing at the National Championship and Selection Trials.”
Hart concluded, “This trip would not have been possible without the amazing support team that surrounds me. I can’t thank them enough for this opportunity.  A huge thank you to Margaret Duprey, William and Sandy Kimmel, Missy and Jessica Ransehousen, Todd Flettrich, Sycamore Station and everyone associated with Team Hart.”
Margaret McIntosh and her Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar Mare, Rio Rio enjoyed their time overseas she explained, “The last leg of our European tour found us in the small town of Moorsele, Belgium, at the magnificent equestrian show venue, Quadrille.  Mary Jordan, Rebecca Hart and I shared our stabling with three lovely British riders and a very boisterous Italian Paralympic team. As a bonus, our dear friend James Dwyer from the Irish team and his lovely “new” wife, Phillipa Johnson-Dwyer (South Africa) were stabled nearby, adding to the familiar atmosphere.”

Margaret McIntosh and her own Rio Rio
Margaret McIntosh and her own Rio Rio, a Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar mare, competing at the Moorsele, Belgium, CPEDI3* April 25-27, 2014. Photo courtesy of Margaret McIntosh
McIntosh continued, “The club-like atmosphere at Quadrille, incorporating a restaurant just behind the judges’ tables and a lot of activity around the ring was challenging but once again, Rio proved her worth as a no-nonsense competitor, completing her first team test at Grade 1a with a 69.2% for sixth place. A 68% (6th) in the individual test on day two highlighted my weak points but found us still competitive. The freestyle class presented a new set of challenges. As I was newly reclassified as a 1a (due to gradually but markedly increasing spasticity), I had not prepared an appropriate freestyle. The multi-talented Rachel Gross drew on her extensive musical knowledge to cobble together lovely music from the movie ‘Spirit’. Missy provided the choreography and we rode through the test once on Saturday evening. Rio delivered a very technically correct test (as I struggled to keep up with the music) to finish with a 69.9% in fifth place.”
McIntosh concluded, “We left Belgium having successfully accomplished the goals set many months ago.  The riders and horses gained experience at very electric venues not found anywhere in the United States. The exposure to the high level of competition, so daunting in Deauville, became a matter of course in Moorsele. Rio’s scores have improved and become more consistent at every competition this spring. We have been judged several times by the same European five-star judges who have rewarded us with markedly higher scores at each outing. We are well-prepared for the June 2-5, 2014, National Championship and selection trials at the USET Foundation headquarters in Gladstone, NJ. I want to thank Missy Ransehousen and Rachel Gross for their inestimable coaching and horsemanship and to Rebecca Hart for her philosophy. I also want to thank all of our supporters and friends whose encouragement helped launch this trip of a lifetime, I am eternally grateful.”

Mary Jordan and Rubicon 75
Mary Jordan, who competed with Rubicon 75 explained the importance of competing in Europe, “Many words come to mind when I think about the experience of the two times I’ve gone to Europe to compete (European Championships in Norway 2009 leading up to the 2010 World Equestrian Games) and this spring (leading up to 2014 World Equestrian Games): incredible, thought-provoking, challenging, rewarding, intense, inspiring, enjoyable, and necessary. I say necessary because the scope of para-dressage overseas is much larger in terms of countries participating, the number of competitive riders involved, the public understanding of the sport, and the exposure riders get to FEI international judging panels. In the USA we may have between 5 to at the most 20+ rides at a CPEDI3*. Our selection trials for Beijing in 2008 accepted all five of the competitive riders. In 2010 there were about 14 riders prior to the World Equestrian Games and 25 in 2012 for the London Paralympics. In the U.S., we may only see riders from Canada or Mexico and maybe Bermuda. Contrast to Deauville, France and Moorsele, Belgium this year was like a mini-World Equestrian Games, with up to 70 riders from 19 countries participating. The Grade IV’s, for example, had 19 horses entered and one was a Paralympic medalist with two horses. Another distinction In the USA, anyone can ride in a CPEDI3*. In Great Britain, for example, any para-dressage rider has to first successfully complete the novice para-dressage tests to earn the scores to allow them to ride the FEI Team and Individual tests. Then they have to compete at those levels with consistent scores to be considered for anything further at a national level. Certain performance thresholds have to be met before people are allowed to ride at a CPEDI3*. Few countries do one selection trial for selecting teams and a greater emphasis is placed on consistent and demonstrated regular performance at top shows.”Jordan continued, “I was blessed with the honor and opportunity to ride a new competition horse Rubicon 75 (Royal-Hit x Edelkarin/Absinthe) to compete overseas and develop a long-term partnership. Rubicon was owned by FEI dressage rider Catherine Haddad Staller and she donated him to Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center in Loxahatchee, Florida. I am grateful for the opportunity and truly enjoyed developing the partnership with this phenomenal horse. We spent our time getting to know each other and training with top medal-winning coaches and got the opportunity to ride before top international judges for some vital feedback to develop this young FEI horse’s future career. We won our first class in the UK in an able-body competition run by British Dressage in a class of 16 and were 2nd in a second class out of 22 entries with score in the 70s. We also earned our scores to compete in the USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship. The feedback from the judges was fantastic, supportive, and I was told he is a world class horse. He will be our prospect for the 2016 Rio Paraympics; I am so excited. The process and opportunity to compete gave me a truly valuable experience, confidence, a new sense of direction, organization and purpose, with key insights I can apply to future competitions and in my development as a rider. I felt an incredible sense of camaraderie meeting new riders and friends from Greece, Denmark, Canada, Holland and Great Britain. We are blessed to be in a unique sport where you can compete against people that inspire you.”

The United States Para-Equestrian Dressage athletes next stop will be the 2014 USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage National Championship and Para-Dressage Selection Trials for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in August held in Normandy, France. The National Championship/ Selection Trials will be held June 2-5, 2014, at the USET Foundation Headquarters in Gladstone, NJ.

Results from Moorsele, Belgium, CPEDI3* April 25-27, 2014
To view USA results from Deauville, France, CPEDI3* April 4-6, 2014, go to http://uspea.org/april-8-2014-u-s-para-dressage-athletes-successful-overseas-at-cpedi3-in-deauville-france/
Judges Included: M. Orsini (GER), J Robinson (GBR), Marc Urban (BEL), S. Cunningham (AUS), P. Imshoot (Bel), E. Ebert (GER), and Anne Prain (FRA)Placing, National Federation, First Name, Family Name, Horse’s Name, Final Overall %

Grade Ia Individual
1    SIN    Laurentia    TAN    Ruben James 2    75.261
2    GER    Elke    PHILIPP    Regaliz    74.261
3    ITA    Sara    MORGANTI    Royal Delight    73.913
4    SIN    Laurentia    TAN    Dambeldor    71.043
5    BEL    Eveline    VAN LOOVEREN    Exelent    70.435
6    USA    Margaret    MCINTOSH    Rio Rio    68.000
7    FRA    Thibault    STOCLIN     Laurent de Beaumee*ENE-HN    67.565
8    CAN    Robyn    ANDREWS    Fancianna    64.261
9    CAN    Jody    SCHLOSS    Inspector Rebus    64.087
10    JPN    Mina    CHINJU    Sandro’s Serendipty    62.391
10    RUS    Maria    ZAGORSKAYA     Tamerlan    62.391
12    POL    Magdalena    CYCAK    Samanta    59.478
Grade Ib Individual
1    BEL    Jose    LORQUET    Fly Over 0009    69.931
2    NED    Nicole    DEN DULK    Fifty Fifty    69.621
3    FRA    Anne-Frédérique    ROYON    J’Adore    68.517
4    CAN    Ashley    GOWANLOCK    Collegiate Sweet Leilani    66.931
5    SIN    Maximillian    TAN    Don’s Day Dream    65.172
6    RUS    Nina     ANUFRIEVA    Elastika    62.724
7    FRA    Valérie    SALLES    Diamond du Loing    62.552
Grade II Individual
1    CAN    Lauren    BARWICK    Off to Paris    73.086
2    CAN    Lauren    BARWICK    Ferdonia 2    72.029
3    NZL    Anthea    GUNNER    Doncartier    69.771
4    ITA    Antonella    CECILIA    Ubacho    69.286
5    ITA    Franscesca    SALVADE    Come On    68.829
6    USA    Rebecca    HART    Schroeters Romani    68.029
7    TWN    Yu-Jen    SUN    Miss Finnland (Finja)    65.429
8    GER    Bärbel    HICK    Rigoletto 146    63.943
9    RUS    Sergey    KULIKOV    Silva la Andro    63.914
10    FRA    Chloé    MISLIN    Ours de B’Neville    61.743
11    POL    Mariusz    WOSZCZEK    Ingria    60.943
12    RUS    Sergey    KULIKOV    Truffaldino    60.657
Grade III Individual
1    GBR    Heather    BENNETT    Zavailantika    69.439
2    NED    Lotte    KRIJNSEN    Rosenstolz    69.293
3    CAN    Roberta    SHEFFIELD    Bindro T     68.707
4    FRA    Louise    STUDER    Esmeralda Tanz    68.537
5    BEL    Bert    VERMEIR    Tiramisu    68.439
6    FRA    José    LETARTRE    Warina Ene HH    68.293
7    CAN    Roberta    SHEFFIELD    Double Agent    67.463
8    ISR    Yonatan    DRESLER    Flylight     66.610
9    FRA    Vladimir    VINCHON    Rockford 17    66.463
10    FRA    Samuel    CATEL    Royal Classic    63.683
11    NED    Lotte    KRIJNSEN    Zarienta    63.073
12    POL    Karolina    KARWOWSKA    Emol    61.024
13    POL    Tomasz    ZDANKOWSKI    Rimel    60.878
14    GER    Martina    BENZINGER    Picaro 67    59.732
15    ITA    Federico    LUNGHI    Jalianska A Menjoulet    59.244
Grade IV Individual
1    BEL    Michele    GEORGE    Fbw Rainman    75.714
2    BEL    Michele    GEORGE    Sagane    71.000
3    AUS    Nicole    BLANKS    Vledder     69.238
4    BEL    Ciska    VERMEULEN    Rohmeo    68.810
5    BEL    Ciska    VERMEULEN    Whooney Tunes    68.500
6    RSA    Philippa    JOHNSON    Lord Louis    67.500
7    NED    Cleo    VAN GORKOM    Ultra Light    66.429
8    NED    Ellen    VAN DEN BERG    Showdiva    66.405
9    IRL    James    DWYER    Orlando    66.214
10    NED    Daphne    MEULENBROEK    Zazia    66.024
11    BEL    Anneke    DE VREE    P’S Panta Leone    65.690
11    GBR    Nicola    NAYLOR    Klein Roderijs Cocktail    65.690
13    NED    Trudy    DERKS    Spectra    65.071
14    GBR    Tamsin    ADDISON    Don Proviano    63.857
15    USA    Mary    JORDAN    Rubicon 75    62.976
16    RSA    Victoria    FORD    Zolansky    62.024
17    GER    Carolin    SCHNARRE    Feodora 96    59.762
18    ITA    Silvia    CIARROCCHI    Royandic    58.952
19    RUS    Svetlana     CHIBISOVA    Fazan    56.262
Grade Ia Team Competition
1    SIN    Laurentia    TAN    Ruben James 2    76.609
2    GER    Elke    PHILIPP    Regaliz    75.783
3    ITA    Sara    MORGANTI    Royal Delight    74.087
4    SIN    Laurentia    TAN    Dambeldor    72.348
5    BEL    Eveline    VAN LOOVEREN    Exelent    70.043
6    USA    Margaret    MCINTOSH    Rio Rio    69.522
7    FRA    Thibault    STOCLIN     Laurent de Beaumee*ENE-HN    66.913
8    CAN    Robyn    ANDREWS    Fancianna    65.739
9    CAN    Jody    SCHLOSS    Inspector Rebus    65.261
10    JPN    Mina    CHINJU    Sandro’s Serendipty    64.957
11    RUS    Maria    ZAGORSKAYA     Tamerlan    64.478
12    POL    Magdalena    CYCAK    Samanta    59.087
Grade Ib Team
1    AUS    Pepo    PUCH    Fontainenoir    73.640
2    BEL    Jose    LORQUET    Fly Over 0009    69.040
3    CAN    Ashley    GOWANLOCK    Collegiate Sweet Leilani    68.240
4    NED    Nicole    DEN DULK    Fifty Fifty    68.040
5    FRA    Anne-Frédérique    ROYON    J’Adore    67.800
6    SIN    Maximillian    TAN    Don’s Day Dream    67.720
7    FRA    Valérie    SALLES    Diamond du Loing    62.760
8    GER    Axel    SCHMIDT    Harun 16    61.440
9    RUS    Nina     ANUFRIEVA    Elastika    61.040
Grade II Team
1    CAN    Lauren    BARWICK    Off to Paris    70.882
2    CAN    Lauren    BARWICK    Ferdonia 2    70.118
3    USA    Rebecca    HART    Schroeters Romani    69.882
4    ITA    Franscesca    SALVADE    Come On    68.206
5    NZL    Anthea    GUNNER    Doncartier    67.882
6    ITA    Antonella    CECILIA    Ubacho    65.647
7    RUS    Sergey    KULIKOV    Silva la Andro    65.500
8    GER    Bärbel    HICK    Rigoletto 146    63.824
9    FRA    Chloé    MISLIN    Ours de B’Neville    61.676
10    RUS    Sergey    KULIKOV    Truffaldino    61.265
11    TWN    Yu-Jen    SUN    Miss Finnland (Finja)    60.441
12    POL    Mariusz    WOSZCZEK    Ingria    58.794
Grade III Team
1    FRA    José    LETARTRE    Warina Ene HH    69.421
2    GBR    Heather    BENNETT    Zavailantika    69.079
3    CAN    Roberta    SHEFFIELD    Bindro T     67.263
3    FRA    Louise    STUDER    Esmeralda Tanz    67.263
5    CAN    Roberta    SHEFFIELD    Double Agent    66.605
6    NED    Lotte    KRIJNSEN    Zarienta    65.605
7    BEL    Bert    VERMEIR    Tiramisu    65.553
8    FRA    Samuel    CATEL    Royal Classic    64.316
9    FRA    Vladimir    VINCHON    Rockford 17    64.237
10    ISR    Yonatan    DRESLER    Flylight     63.763
11    POL    Karolina    KARWOWSKA    Emol    63.658
12    NED    Lotte    KRIJNSEN    Rosenstolz    62.947
13    GER    Martina    BENZINGER    Picaro 67    61.237
14    ITA    Federico    LUNGHI    Jalianska A Menjoulet    59.737
14    POL    Tomasz    ZDANKOWSKI    Rimel    59.737
Grade IV Team
1    BEL    Michele    GEORGE    Fbw Rainman    76.024
2    BEL    Michele    GEORGE    Sagane    73.429
3    BEL    Ciska    VERMEULEN    Rohmeo    70.690
4    AUS    Nicole    BLANKS    Vledder     69.190
5    RSA    Philippa    JOHNSON    Lord Louis    68.548
6    NED    Trudy    DERKS    Spectra    67.000
7    NED    Ellen    VAN DEN BERG    Showdiva    66.595
8    GBR    Nicola    NAYLOR    Klein Roderijs Cocktail    66.048
9    NED    Cleo    VAN GORKOM    Ultra Light    65.762
10    GER    Carolin    SCHNARRE    Feodora 96    65.143
11    IRL    James    DWYER    Orlando    65.000
12    GBR    Tamsin    ADDISON    Don Proviano    64.095
13    RSA    Victoria    FORD    Zolansky    63.476
14    NED    Daphne    MEULENBROEK    Zazia    63.024
15    BEL    Anneke    DE VREE    P’S Panta Leone    61.905
16    USA    Mary    JORDAN    Rubicon 75    61.214
17    ITA    Silvia    CIARROCCHI    Royandic    61.119
18    RUS    Svetlana     CHIBISOVA    Fazan    53.429
Grade Ia Freestyle
1    ITA    Sara    MORGANTI    Royal Delight    79.450
2    SIN    Laurentia    TAN    Ruben James 2    77.800
3    GER    Elke    PHILIPP    Regaliz    75.850
4    BEL    Eveline    VAN LOOVEREN    Exelent    70.800
5    USA    Margaret    MCINTOSH    Rio Rio    69.900
6    FRA    Thibault    STOCLIN     Laurent de Beaumee*ENE-HN    66.250
6    CAN    Mina    CHINJU    Fancianna    66.250
Grade Ib Freestyle
1    NED    Nicole    DEN DULK    Fifty Fifty    72.850
2    BEL    Jose    LORQUET    Fly Over 0009    70.700
3    FRA    Anne-Frédérique    ROYON    J’Adore    70.600
4    CAN    Ashley    GOWANLOCK    Collegiate Sweet Leilani    68.000
5    SIN    Maximillian    TAN    Don’s Day Dream    64.300
Grade II Freestyle
1    CAN    Lauren    BARWICK    Off to Paris    79.150
2    ITA    Franscesca    SALVADE    Come On    73.500
3    ITA    Antonella    CECILIA    Ubacho    71.800
4    NZL    Anthea    GUNNER    Doncartier    71.000
5    USA    Rebecca    HART    Schroeters Romani    66.950
6    GER    Bärbel    HICK    Rigoletto 146    64.550
7    RUS    Sergey    KULIKOV    Silva la Andro    61.550
Grade III Freestyle
1    GBR    Heather    BENNETT    Zavailantika    73.850
2    CAN    Roberta    SHEFFIELD    Bindro T     73.350
3    FRA    Louise    STUDER    Esmeralda Tanz    71.750
4    FRA    José    LETARTRE    Warina Ene HH    70.850
5    BEL    Bert    VERMEIR    Tiramisu    70.150
6    NED    Lotte    KRIJNSEN    Rosenstolz    69.600
7    FRA    Vladimir    VINCHON    Rockford 17    69.200
Grade IV Freestyle
1    BEL    Michele    GEORGE    Fbw Rainman    74.850
2    AUS    Nicole    BLANKS    Vledder     72.800
3    BEL    Ciska    VERMEULEN    Rohmeo    71.550
4    NED    Tudy    DERKS    Spectra    69.500
5    NED    Cleo    VAN GORKOM    Ultra Light    68.550
6    NED    Ellen    VAN DEN BERG    Showdiva    65.550
7    RSA    Philippa    JOHNSON    Lord Louis    63.100
About the United States Para-Equestrian Association: 

The USPEA is a network of riders, judges, national federation 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 Paralympic Games, the USPEA provides Para-Equestrians the knowledge and resources needed to succeed.  The USPEA connects with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), the United States Dressage Federation (USDF), USA Reining, and USEF which provide 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: hope@uspea.org or by phone: (610)356-6481.


To view an online version of this press release please visit: http://uspea.org/category/recent-uspea-press-news/

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