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Saturday, May 19, 2018
Minors I知 Very Proud to Represent Bermuda

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It was yesterday that the Bermuda Equestrian Federation announced that Equestrian show jumper Ki-Juan Minors and the thoroughbred gelding, Just Ask Eric, will represent Bermuda at the upcoming 2018 Central American & Caribbean Games (CAC Games).

www.islandstats.com asked Minors a few questions as he prepares for his first CAC Games.

Q. As the person selected to represent Bermuda how does that make you feel?

A.
When I found out I was selected it was a great relief to be honest. When you work really hard for something and you get the answer you have always wanted you can finally breathe again. I知 very proud to represent Bermuda, which is the only reason I left my career, family and friends many years ago. So now that it has happened it was all worth it.

Q. What expectations do you have for yourself?

A.
I知 pretty cool when it comes to competitions, my main concern is to complete the task, clean, with rounds each day! My plans are to have a great experience in Columbia and maintain at a level which keeps me relevant in this industry. That will secure my future as a representing athlete from Bermuda.

Q. How difficult is it to compete at this level? How do you balance your music and competing.

A.
To compete at this level is extremely difficult, mainly because you are dealing with TWO athletes. Horse and Rider, and the main factor....finances....it痴 a very expensive sport and you have to be smart to maintain at a certain level. It takes talent, skill, horsepower, a great team, luck and money! (Lots of it)

Q. How much will change preparing for the games?

A.
Train, compete with horses during the day and perform, rehearsal at night on the mic. Everything will change now for the Games. Mainly I need to get my horse fit as this competition is very stressful for an animal. Flying, change of altitude etc. So all of that needs preparation which my team and I have a plan for. I知 very fortunate to have made great connections living in the US, who are willing to help me along this process.
Friday, May 18, 2018
Terceira Competes In The Netherlands
Jillian Terceira began competing in the De Peelbergen International Horse Jumping event in the Netherlands.

Competing in the 1.05m in Two Phases Class, Terceira and Mia finished 6th, the pair clocked a First Phase Clear Round time of 39.69, they then clocked a Second Phase Clear Round time of 32.13. Terceira and Chakova would finish 13th in the same Class, they clocked a Clear First Phase time of 42.04, they then clocked a Clear Second Phase time of 34.37.

Terceira and Mia then finished 13th competing in the 1.15m in Two Phases Class, they clocked a Clear First Phase time of 13.92, and then they clocked a Clear Second Phase time of 41.66, Terceira and Chakova finished 18th clocking a Clear First Phase time of 39.92 and then a Second Phase Clear Round time of 43.95.

During the 1.25m in Two Phases Class, Terceira and Junior finished second, they clocked a Clear First Phase time of 39.61, they then clocked a Clear Second Phase time of 31.03.

Terceira and Junior finished 17 competing in the 1.35m in Two Phases Class, the pair clocked a First Phase time of 40.27, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points, they would then clock a Clear Second Phase time of 38.94.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Terceira & Lopes Conclude in The Netherlands

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Jillian Terceira and Tyler Lopes concluded competing in the Valkenswaard International Horse Show in the Netherlands.

Terceira and Amarulla finished 39th competing in the CSI2* Small Tour 1.35m Table A: Against the Clock Class, they clocked a time of 61.93, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points.

During the CSI2* Medium Tour 1.40m Table A Against the Clock Class, Terceira and Chakova finished 44th clocking 65.50, but they also had 4 Penalty Fault Points.

Lopes and Escalada finishd 34th competing in the CSI1* GRAND PRIX 1.35/1.40m Table A Against the Clock with Jump-Off Class, they clocked a time of 86.32, but they also recorded 14 Penalty Fault Points.
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Terceira & Lopes Compete in The Netherlands

Jilliam Terceira
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On Day Two of the Valkenswaard International Horse Show in the Netherlands, both Jillian Terceira and Tyler Lopes were in action.

In the CSI2* Medium Tour 1.40m Table A: Two Rounds with Jump-Off Class, Terceira and Chakova finished 31st, they clocked a time of 71.79, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points.

Terceira and Amarulla finished 10th competing in the CSI2* Small Tour 1.35m Table A: Against the Clock with Jump-Off Class, the pair recorded Clear Rounds clocking 40.03.

Lopes competed in the CSI1* Big Tour 1.35m Table A: Against the Clock Class riding Escalada, they would finish 33rd clocking a time of 74.49, but they also had 4 Penalty Fault Points.
Monday, May 14, 2018
Terceira Begins Competing in the Netherlands

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Jillian Terceira began competing in the Valkenswaard International Horse Show in the Netherlands.

Terceira and Amarulla finished 50th competing in the CSI2* Small Tour 1.35m in Two Phases Special: 2nd Phase Against the Clock Class, the pair only completed One Phase in a time of 33.89, but they had 4 Penalty Fault Points.
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