Tryon Spring 6/Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity 1 Horse Show Crowns Perpetual Trophy and Trip of the Day Winners

Jun 14, 2022 - 11:20 PM

Santiago Lambre and Dingeman Take $25,000 Tryon Resort Sunday Classic Win

Luis Fernando Larrazabal and Coraline LS La Silla Claim $6,000 Speed Stake CSI 3* 

Trip of the Day Awards Named to Winning Hunter Rounds

94th Tryon Spring 6/Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity 1 Horse Show Awards Perpetual Trophies

For Immediate Release

Sarah Madden for TIEC

Mill Spring, NC – June 12, 2022 – The USEF Heritage Horse Show, Tryon Spring 6/Tryon Riding & Hunt Club charity 1 Horse Show, celebrated its 94th year this week at Tryon International Equestrian Center & Resort (TIEC). With special celebrations throughout the week, including the Carolinas Show Hunter Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner, as well as the return of the Trip of the Day award, extra fanfare abounded in all rings throughout the week. Thirteen perpetual trophies were awarded Thursday through Sunday, recognizing division winners for the historic show. Read below for results and special awards winners from the week. 

For more results and interviews from Tryon Spring 6, click here. 

Santiago Lambre and Dingeman Take $25,000 Tryon Resort Sunday Classic Win

Capping a successful three weeks at TIEC, Santiago Lambre (Wellington, FL) and Dingeman had an easy time claiming a win in Sunday’s $25,000 Tryon Resort Sunday Classic, stopping the timers in 35.773 seconds over the jump-off course. Jad Dana (Beirut, Lebanon) and Fleur-De-Lis’ Cherie, the Cherie Group’s 2012 Dutch Riding Horse mare (Clarimo x Lancer II), took home the red rosette for their 37.215-second performance, while third place went to Luis Fernando Larrazabal (Wellington, FL) aboard Sligo Balou Boy, the 2009 Irish Sport Horse male (Balou Du Rouet x Caletto I) owned by Michael Kearius, with a time of 37.495. 

TRYON-497Santiago Lambre and Dingeman
©Sarah Sturgis for TIEC

Lambre and the 2008 Dutch Warmblood gelding (Nintender x Darnels) owned by Aurora Rangel De Alba were primarily using the class for fitness purposes, but Lambre used his spot in the jump-off to keep his mount speedy and sharp after Dingeman has had a break from competition, he shared.

“Dingeman is a very experienced horse. He was off for a couple weeks, and so I jumped today to keep him fit. That was a nice national Grand Prix course. And he’s really, for this level, very competitive. He showed that he can still win!”

TRYON-598Santiago Lambre and Dingeman in their presentation ceremony alongside Steve Rector, Ringmaster.
©Natalie Suto for TIEC

Lambre and his string are frequent faces in Tryon Stadium, and will return in both the Summer and Fall Series to enjoy one of their favorite venues to show, he concluded. “In the last three weeks [we’ve had some] very nice results. I’m very happy. As always, the facilities are unbelievable. I love to come back here in July and in October. Everything is always great, including the restaurants. You know, I think it is for sure one of the best places in the US to show.”

For full results from the $25,000 Tryon Resort Sunday Classic, click here. 

Luis Fernando Larrazabal and Coraline LS La Silla Claim $6,000 Speed Stake CSI 3*

June 10, 2022 – Luis Fernando Larrazabal (VEN) and Coralina LS La Silla, the 2013 Mexican Sport Horse mare (Unknown x Unknown) owned by Leann Ablin, stopped the $6,000 Speed Stake CSI 3* timers in 63.23 seconds for the win over the Bernardo Costa Cabral (POR) track. Victoria Heurtematte (DOM) rode Scarlett Du Sart Z, her own 2010 Zangersheide mare (Stakkato x First Bride), to a time of 64.55 seconds and reserve honors, while Kristen VanderVeen (USA) rode Bull Run’s Prince of Peace, the 2009 Holsteiner gelding (Cardenio x Contender) owned by Bull Run Jumpers Six LLC, to third and a time of 65.18. 

TRYON-227Luis Fernando Larrazabal and Coralina LS La Silla
©Natalie Suto for TIEC

For full results from the $6,000 Speed Stake CSI 3*, click here. 

Trip of the Day Awards Named to Winning Hunter Rounds

An annual tradition of the Tryon Spring 6/Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity 1 Horse Show, Trip of the Day is a $500 cash prize awarded daily to the rider with the highest scoring Hunter round in any division. Trip of the Day was proudly presented by Clement Farm and Barn on Friday and by Meg and Damian | Fine Homes & Equestrian Properties Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. 

Note: All presentation and awards photos are available at www.tryonresort.shootproof.com

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Wednesday’s Trip of the Day presented by Meg and Damian | Fine Homes & Equestrian Properties was awarded to Hunter Kay (Camden, SC) riding Galileo in the 3’3”/3’6” Performance Hunters Division, owned by Ann Rice Ervin.

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Thursday’s Trip of the Day presented by Meg and Damian | Fine Homes & Equestrian Properties went to Thomas Serio, who rode Kathy Serio’s Queensland in the 3’/3’3” Green Hunter Incentive. 

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Limitless, ridden and owned by Stephanie King, secured the Friday Trip of the Day presented by Clement Farm and Barn after their performance in the USHJA Hunter 2’9” Division. 

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Saturday’s Trip of the Day presented by Meg and Damian | Fine Homes & Equestrian Properties resulted in a tie, with two riders scoring an 86: Oliver, ridden by Ava Hartman in the Large Pony Conformation) and owned by Jordan Ayres, and Rockaway, Briar Field Farm LLC’s entry in the Large Pony Classic, piloted by Madeline Rubin. 

TRYON-697©Natalie Suto for TIEC

Stephanie King piloted her own Play Maker to the Trip of the Day presented by Meg and Damian | Fine Homes & Equestrian Properties on Sunday in the Adult-Amateur Hunters. 

94th Tryon Spring 6/Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity 1 Horse Show Awards Perpetual Trophies

The Ernst “Pete” Mahler Trophy, named to the Grand Green Hunter Champion, was awarded to Undeniable, ridden by Hunter Kay and owned by Ann Rice Ervin.

Annually awarded to the winner of the USHJA International Hunter Derby, the Duncan Family Trophy was presented to No Secret De La Pomme, ridden by Matt Cyphert and owned by Beth Von Brecht.

NSP_4892©Natalie Suto for TIEC

Parker Peacock and Asaro, owned by Horse Show Leases LLC, were presented the Ashlyn Wyman Trophy for their performance in the ASPCA Maclay. 

Parker Peacock was also named the Grand Equitation Champion, taking home the Betty Reynolds Oare Trophy.

The Rolling Hills Stable Trophy, awarded to the Grand 3’3” Amateur-Owner Hunter Champion, went to Debonair, ridden and owned by Kathleen Feeley.

Ridden and owned by Gabriella Hoard-West, Aaron 287 was the Grand Child/Adult Jumper Champion to receive the Jane Raoul Bingham Trophy.

The Count Cadence Trophy went to Moody Blues, ridden and owned by Kathy Serio, for their performance as the Grand 3’6” Amateur-Owner Hunter Champion.

TRYON-376©Natalie Suto for TIEC

The Nora Flynn Trophy, given to the Grand 3’6” Junior Hunter Champion, belonged to Alpine’s 3.14, owned and ridden by Sarah Rabb.

Limitless, piloted by owner/rider Stephanie King, collected the Director’s Trophy as the Grand Adult Amateur Hunter Champions.

Named to the Grand Pony Hunter Champion, the Brownlands Graduation Day Trophy was collected by Rockaway, ridden by Madeline Rubin and owned by Briar Field Farm LLC.

The Maude Carr Trophy was given to the Grand 3’3” Junior Hunter Champion, Cassinir, ridden by Maggie Jacobs and owned by Pony Up Sporthorses LTD.

Harbor Walk, ridden and owned by Grace Hogan, collected the Bellhop Trophy by being named the Grand Children’s Hunter Champion.

The Boyle Family Trophy, given annually to the Grand Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper Champion, belonged to Helmig-K and owner/rider Isa Lippman.

NSP_6491©Natalie Suto for TIEC

The Roger & Jennifer Smith Green River Farm Trophy was named to Vital Chance De La Roque ridden by Conor Swail and owned by Mannon Farm, as winners of the Grand Prix.

To view all division results from Tryon Spring 6/Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Charity 1 Horse Show, click here. 

To view the official show program and learn more about the week’s featured charities and special awards, click here.

The Tryon Summer Series is up next at TIEC, featuring six weeks of Hunter, Jumper, and Equitation competition. Dressage and Para Dressage competition will also return to the venue, and more information can be found at www.Tryon.com/compete

Photos ©TIEC (Madison Ibach, Natalie Suto, and Sarah Sturgis as noted). These photos may only be used once, in relation to this press release. Competitors may purchase official show photos and request photos for future Hunter/Jumper competitions from the in-house photography team at www.Tryon.com/photos. With questions, contact media@tryon.com.

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