Aimslee competed at BN and put in a decent dressage test even though it was muddy. She then put in a clean stadium round and was spectacular on cross country to go double clear again. Aimslee ended up winning her division which qualified her for the American Eventing Championships in KY at the end of August!
Aimslee did a wonderful job putting in a solid dressage test and went double clear xc. Unfortunately she had one rail down in stadium but still managed to place 2nd out of 20 riders.
Aimslee competed at Novice for her first time. She rose to the challenge to score a 26.7 in dressage which put her in the lead. She went on to go double clear stadium and xc to finish on her dressage score and win the novice division!
It was a beautiful day for a show with my students. They had been all working so hard and I’m super proud of how well they did!!!
Aimslee competed in her first eventing derby. She put in a decent dressage test to score a 36 and went double clear to place 2nd in her division.
Aimslee competed at her first recognized horse trial. She scored a 31.3 on her dressage test despite the super muddy conditions. She was super brave xc and finshed placing 4th in the division.
Amy and Aimslee competed in BN schooling horse trial and came in 2nd place in their division.
Amy and Aimslee competed in BN recognized horse trial. They scored a 32.2 on their dressage test and went clean xc to take 5th place in their division.
Amy and Aimslee got a have a little change of pace and competed at a benefit show. They competed in dressage, jumpers, and hunters. They took the championship in the 2’6” and 2’9” division and won the overall adult high point.
Amy and Aimslee competed in BN recognized horse trial. They scored a personal best of 26.7 in dressage which had them sitting in 3rd out of 28 riders. Unfortunately an injury prevented them from finishing the competition, but they look forward to competing again next year when the season starts again.