Chloe Reid aboard Souper Shuttle took home the win today with a fast time of 63.23 in the $36,600 Live Oak International CSI3* Longines World Ranking Table A Speed Class at the 30th Live Oak International in Ocala, Florida. Winning the opening $10,000 Waldron Private Wealth 1.40 Power and Speed (Table A) was Jonathan Corrigan riding his 12-year-old Super Chilled with a time of 32.03.
“Souper Shuttle felt amazing today and I knew this was going to be a great course for her after I walked it,” said Reid. “I had the plan to ride both of my horses in both classes here at Live Oak and I wanted to go for it in the $10,000 Waldron Private Wealth 1.40 Power and Speed (Table A) but also wanted to set up for the weekend ahead. I’m very happy with how today unfolded.”
Second was Nicky Galligan from Ireland aboard Javas Miss Jordan with a time of 65.28. “Today was about getting in the ring and my horse is naturally fast and jumping consistent. I was looking to have a nice round and I got a little lucky. Overall, I’m very pleased with my horse,” said Galligan.
Winning the $10,000 Waldron Private Wealth 1.40 Power and Speed (Table A) was Jonathan Corrigan riding Super Chilled. “The course walked very well and there were options that were inviting to make some inside turns but you had to stay on your toes,” said Corrigan. “Olaf Peterson Jr. did a great job course designing. This is a new horse to me and I’m grateful for Kevin Babington for trusting me with the ride.”
Second was Flore Giraud from France Voyou du Bobois with a time of 32.97. Andrew Ramsay along with Stranger from the USA took home third place with a final time of 33.17.
About Live Oak International
What began 30 years ago as a driving event in Ocala, Live Oak International has grown into a world-class equestrian event. Now run by co-Presidents Chester Weber and his sister, Juliet W. Reid, Live Oak International is the only event in the United States to offer both international combined driving and show jumping competition.