Aug. 13-19, 2018

Cassandra Kahle Goes One-Two for Redfield Farm in the $10,000 Mini Prix, Sponsored by Horseflight

Cassandra Kahle Goes One-Two for Redfield Farm in the $10,000 Mini Prix, Sponsored by Horseflight

Gladstone, N.J. – Aug. 21, 2017 –Monmouth at the Team came to a conclusion at Hamilton Farm, headquarters of the USET Foundation, Sunday with an exciting $10,000 Mini-Prix, sponsored by Horseflight. Cassandra Kahle, who entered three horses for Redfield Farms and trainer Emil Spadone, earned first, second and fifth in a highly competitive field. Out of the 32 entries, 15 progressed to the jump-off of Skip Bailey’s technical course. Kahle was blazing fast on Exite, owned by Redfield Farms, setting the time to beat of 33.130 seconds. With a jump-off round timed at 34.270, Ibrahim Barazi ..

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Kimberly Beattie and Charmander Clinch the $5,000 Children’s/Adult Classic, sponsored by Manhattan Saddlery

Kimberly Beattie and Charmander Clinch the $5,000 Children’s/Adult Classic, sponsored by Manhattan Saddlery

Gladstone, N.J. – Aug. 19, 2017 –It was Manhattan Saddlery Family Day at Monmouth at the Team and the jumper divisions continued in the main ring at Hamilton Farm, with the two featured classes closing out the day: the $2,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic, sponsored by ZEUS Scientific, and the $5,000 Marshall & Sterling NAL/WIHS Children’s/Adult Classic, sponsored by Manhattan Saddlery. Skip Bailey’s courses were both challenging and appropriate, testing the skills of the horses and riders. Out of 36 horse-and-rider combinations in the $5,000 Children’s/Adult Classic, sponsored b..

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Michael Desiderio and Cody Nab the $500 1.20m Jumpers

Michael Desiderio and Cody Nab the $500 1.20m Jumpers

Gladstone, N.J. – Aug. 18, 2017 –The jumper divisions kicked off in the main arena at Hamilton Farm, and the 1.25m $5,000 Welcome Stake, sponsored by ColorTACK and Equine Billing Services, was scheduled as the featured event of the day. Riders found inspiration from the greats that once rode at the former training grounds of the U.S. Equestrian Team. Skip Bailey designed the technical track for the feature class. After the eight competitors had tackled the course, management opted to hold the class as a storm passed, then called it. Of the eight, Cassandra Kahle and Fiene, owned by Redfiel..

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