6/28-30 Team Playland Results

6/30: FADS at Blue Horse Farm (Jefferson, MD)

    • Glenda Player with Jordan Barton’s Mille-On-Air: 1st in Training Level, Test 1; 1st in Training Level, Test 2
    • Marilyn Cross with Tailor Made: 1st in Intro Level, Test A
    • Angela Mansfield with Amazing Grace: 2nd in Intro Level, Test B; 1st in Intro Level, Test C
    • Zoe Purser with PL Lucky Indy: 2nd in Training Level, Test 2

 

6/28-30: Inavale Farm Horse Trials (Philomath, OR)

    • Alexis Larson with PL Diamond’s Inspiration: 2nd in Jr/YR Training-1

6/14-16 Team Playland Results

6/15: Loch Moy Jackpot Jumpers & Dressage Schooling Show (Adamstown, MD)

    • Glenda Player with Lil Man: 1st in Intro dressage
    • Samantha Huffman with PL Irish Queenie: 8th in Beginner Novice jumpers
    • Zoe Purser with PL Lucky Indy: 1st in Training Level Test 1; 2nd in Training Level Test 1

 

6/15: PVDA @ Brooke Grove Farm (Olney, MD)

    • April Tennyson with Maid of Duhallow: 1st in Training Level

 

6/15-16: Seneca Valley Pony Club Horse Trials (Poolesville, MD)

    • Ashley Redman with Flying Colors: 11th in YR Beginner Novice

 

6/14-16: Aspen Farms Horse Trials (Yelm, WA)

    • Alexis Larson with PL Diamond’s Inspiration: 5th in Jr. Training

5/31-6/2 Team Playland Results

Waredaca Horse Trials in Laytonsville, MD:

  • Malia Gibert with Wave Acide: 8th in Novice Rider-B

 

FADS @ Celebration Farm in Union Bridge, MD:

  • Glenda Player with Lil Man: 3rd in Intro Level, Test A
  • Marilyn Cross with Tailor Made: 4th in Intro Level, Test A
  • Angela Mansfield with Amazing Grace: 1st in Intro Level, Test C; 4th in Intro Level, Test B
  • Zoe Purser with PL Lucky Indy: 1st in Training Level, Test 1; 1st in Training Level, Test 2
  • Ashley Redman with PL Irish Pearl: 2nd in Training Level, Test 2; 4th in Training Level, Test 3

 

Equestrian Institute Horse Trials in Cle Elum, WA:

  • Alexis Larson with PL Diamond’s Inspiration: 2nd in Jr. Training

More April Team Playland Results!

4/28: FADS at Blue Horse Farm (Jefferson, MD)

    • Ashley Redman with PL Irish Pearl: 4th in Training Level, Test 3

 

4/27-28: Loudoun Hunt Pony Club Spring Horse Trials (Leesburg, VA)

    • Olivia Howell with PL Lucky Valentine: 8th in Training Rider-B

 

4/19: Waredaca Spring Starter Horse Trials (Laytonsville, MD)

    • Sofia Tamayo with Kenlake: 11th in Open Elementary
    • April Tennyson with Maid of Duhallow: 7th in Open Elementary

 

4/13-14 Team Playland Results

4/13-14: The Maryland Horse Trials Starter #2 (Adamstown, MD)

·      Ashley Redman with Flying Colors: 5th in Jr. Beginner Novice-A

·      Sofia Tamayo with Kenlake: 9th in Elementary-B

Zoe Purser and PL Lucky Indy also went along to practice their dressage, and had a very successful day in the white box!

Congrats PL Mercury & Claire Godwin, DVM

Big CONGRATS to Dr. Claire Godwin and Playland homebred PL Mercury on a very successful 2018 competition season and receiving TWO Horse of the Year awards! The 27-year-old grey gelding holds the record as being the oldest horse to finish both the Old Dominion 100 and the Tevis Cup.

First, PL Mercury received the The Eastern Crabbet Arabian Horse Society’s Horse of the Year award! You can read the rest of the article by clicking here: ecahsfeb2019. Additionally, PL Mercury was named the Arabian Horse Association’s Distance Horse of the Year! To read the entire article, click HERE.

We love hearing about our Playland homebreds, and are always so grateful when their new owners love them as much as we do! From Dr. Godwin:
“Thank you to everyone who has cheered him on this year and in years past. He is a delight and a welcome ‘good news story” when so many stories aren’t as cheerful,” Godwin said. “The most compelling thing about him is that he serves as an ambassador to all horsemen that wonder if their older horse could possibly be able to compete in distance riding. Horses live longer and feel better if they are exercised regularly, just like people. Merc serves as a positive model for the general public that distance riding is, at its best, correlated with longevity and the maintenance of wellbeing.”