Finally Farm had a fantastic WCHR Week 6 on the Winter Equestrian Festival circuit, with top honors from the International Ring to Pony Island, from February 13-17.
Highlights included Liza Boyd’s top-10 finishes aboard Maggie Hill’s Tradition (fourth) and Cassanto (eighth) in the $100,000 WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular, respectively.
Liza also earned the week's Professional High-Score Award with a 92, and Tradition received the Charlie Weaver Memorial Award for the highest-scoring Conformation Hunter in Round 1 with an 86.66.
In addition, Maggie earned a spot in the prestigious class on Saturday night by virtue of her Grand Junior Hunter and Small Junior Hunter, 16-17, championships aboard O’Ryan. She and O’Ryan won four of the five section classes and placed second in the other for the grand tile.
The mother/daughter duo of Paige and Mckenzie Miller shared tricolor honors. Paige rode Shamrock to a reserve championship in the Low Adult Hunters, and Mckenzie and Otis Spunkmeyer captured the Crossrail Hunter (Younger) championship.
The Finally Farm team concluded Week 6 with a star appearance in the 11th Annual Kids Lip Sync Show that benefits Danny and Ron’s Rescue. Elle and Adeline showed off their many talents and helped to raise money for a great cause!
Please enjoy this gallery of images from WCHR Week 6!