Vote for your favorite!
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We’re now six weeks into the Winter Equestrian Festival and the jaw-dropping performances just keep coming.
While the competition may be stiff in Wellington, we enjoy a bit of friendly rivalry here at Jumper Nation as well. For this week’s edition of “Who Jumped It Best?” we decided to put a few of our favorite photos of greys to a head to head reader vote.
From knees-to-nose hunters to show jumpers slicing through the air against the clock, these nine horses stand out against the crowd. Have a look and vote for your favorite in the poll below!
#1. Hardin Towell and Pepperpot, winners of the $35,000 Illustrated Properties 1.45m. Read the full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#2. Scott Stewart and Catch Me, winners of the $100,000 WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular. Read the full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#3. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and Comanche 28, second place in the $380,000 Fidelity Investments® Grand Prix CSI 5*. Read the full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#4. Marilyn Little and Corona 93, 3rd place in the $216,000 Ariat® Grand Prix CSI 4*. Read the full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#5. Kelley Farmer and Clever Conversation, winners of the Shapley’s Grooming Products Regular Conformation Hunter Championship. Full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#6. Peter Wylde and Shakira Z, winners of the $8,000 Douglas Elliman 1.45 Jumper speed class. Full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#7. Jessica Cherry and Blue Note, winners of the Karina Brez Jewelry Amateur-Owner Hunter 3’3” Over 35 Division Championship. Full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#8. Conor Swail and Dillinger, winners of the $35,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round VI. Full story here. Photo © Sportfot
#9. Madison Goetzmann and Wrigley, winners of the the $25,000 Artisan Farms U25 Grand Prix. Full story here. Photo © Sportfot