Fox Lake Farm Riders Receive Zone 4 Awards

Fox Lake Farm is pleased to announce that two of our riders have topped the year end standings for Zone 4. Under the USHJA, Zone 4 includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina, so suffice to say these girls had a very successful year of competition!

Katie Habeeb and her mount Simply Red are the Children's Hunters 15-17 Champions for 2017. Habeeb began her partnership with Simply Red, aka "Cinco," in 2015. The pair has attended shows all over the country together, including the Washington International Horse Show and the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. 

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Katie and Cinco accrued a grand total of 1176.95 points in the 2017 competition year over the course of 17 shows. 

 Katie's all smiles after a course with Cinco in the Children's Hunters. Photo credits to Alison Hartwell.

Katie's all smiles after a course with Cinco in the Children's Hunters. Photo credits to Alison Hartwell.

Hagen Blackwell and her medium pony Footsteps also received honors this year for Zone 4, taking the Reserve Champion Medium Pony Hunter title. This year was Hagen's first full competition year with Footsteps, or "Butter" as she's known at home. Hagen and Butter also qualified for the Washington International Horse Show and the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. The pair laid down some successful courses in their first indoors trip together. 

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Hagen and Butter's grand point total for the year is 2482.7 over the course of 23 competitions. Hagen and Butter will take on the Medium Pony Hunters again in 2018, certainly to much success! 

 Hagen giving Butter some love at Brownland Farm in Franklin, TN. Photo credits to Madison Massey. 

Hagen giving Butter some love at Brownland Farm in Franklin, TN. Photo credits to Madison Massey. 

We are so proud of all of our riders and horses this year, and we cannot wait to see what successes 2018 brings! 

 

-Carlyle Brown