Cody Rego was back in action competing in the 2023 WEF 11 Bainbridge CSI4*/CSI2* in Florida.
Rego and Mira Flores finished 8th competing in the WEF Equitation Championship Class.
Friday, March 24, 2023
Rego Wins WIHS Hunter Class in Florida
Cody Rego began competing in the 2023 WEF 11 Bainbridge CSI4*/CSI2* in Florida.
Rego and Ironman won the WIHS Hunter Phase CALI Class, the pair would then finish 2nd in the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search 2* Class.
Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Lopes Competes in Florida
Nicholas Lopes competed in the 2023 WEF 10 Horseware Ireland CSI4* International Horse Jumping event in Florida.
Lopes riding New England finished 6th in the 15-17 Equitation 3 feet 3 inches Section B Class.
Saturday, March 18, 2023
2023 FEI Jumping World Challenge Round Two
Under beautiful sunny, blue skies, the second leg of Bermuda’s round of the 2023 FEI Jumping World Challenge was held at the National Equestrian Center.
As previously reported, the FE Jumping World Challenge comprises of three separate competitions. Each of the three competitions offers Team and Individual Jumping Classifications in the following height categories.
Category A: 1.20 – 1.30m Height Category B 1.10 – 1.20 m Height Category 3 1.00 - 1.10 m Height
Leading the way in the 1.20 – 1.30m Category A Division of today’s competition was Jaylynn Hines and her talented gelding, Toto D’ysenbeeck Z This duo achieved double clear in both rounds, with a time of 60.36 in the second round. In second place, was, Philip Correia riding Junior Cardento with a combined penalty score of 4 faults in a time of 56.46.
1.10 – 1.20m Category B Division would see the youngest competitor in the Challenge, Tyler James, and his horse, Cruise Control capture 1st place with a combined 4 faults and a time of 60.07. Vicki Steele riding her horse In The Stars also incurred a combined 4-point penalty score but with a time of 67.41.
In the Category of 1.00 – 1.10m C Division, Michael Rodrigues riding Rambo, once again, secured the top spot with a commendable zero penalties. In second place was McKeisha Smith & Da Vinci with a combined total of 8 faults and a time of 59.29 in the second. Third place was Sierra Woolfe riding Forza captured the third spot with a total 16 faults and a time of 61.06. In Fourth place was Isabelle Pelletier with 18 faults and a time of 60.21.
Judging today’s competition was FEI Level 1 Judge Pamela Mahoney of Bermuda.
Bermuda’s final round of the FEI Jumping World Challenge will take place at the National Equestrian Center on Saturday 8th April 2023. FEI Level 3 Judge Cathy of Harper of Canada together with Judge Pam Mahoney will adjudicate this final event.
Friday, March 17, 2023
Rego Begins CSI4* International Event
Cody Rego began competing in the 2023 WEF 10 Horseware Ireland CSI4* International Horse Jumping event in Florida.
Rego riding Miraflores finished 4th in the WIHS Jumper Phase CALI Class.