The Equestrian Sport Productions Labor Day show saw a victory for Loxahatchee resident Carlo Graziani, aboard his own Erato M in the DeNiro Boot Co Stakes Class. The class welcomed 10 horse and rider pairs, with Graziani and Erato M taking top honors as they contested the Andy Christiansen fast track with a time of 46.573 seconds and with one added fault.
Emma Butchard of Wellington and her own Cascada K followed in second with a jump-off time of 50.572 seconds and five faults. Luis Fernando Larrazabal of Wellington and his own Caribi LS La Silla captured third place honors with a second-round time of 46.065 with twelve added faults.
Eileen O’Leary of Mont Verde and her own Bahama Boy were the only pair to contest the second round, topping the M&S Child/Adult Jumper Classic with a fault free jump-off time of 42.554 seconds. Jennifer Magee of Wellington and the Bella Equestrian owned entry Cabaret LS captured second place with a time of 55.72 seconds and four faults. Megan Boekhout of Hypoluxo and her own Phantom O claimed third place honors with a time of 59.538 seconds.
Cristina Santini of Winter Garden topped the Low Child/Adult Jumper classic sponsored by ProElite Horse Feed with her own Capitol G, being the only pair to contest the fast track with a time of 44.558 seconds. Heather Wasilausky of Boyton Beach with her own Dame took second place honors with a time of 65.037 seconds and four added faults. Ashley Zito of Loxahatchee, aboard her own Call Me Corrido, captured third place with a time of 70.928 with twelve added faults.
Competition at Equestrian Village continues with ESP September from Sept. 7-9. To learn more, and for complete show results, visit www.pbiec.com.