Alexis Sokolov and Fasole Du Seigneur Take Top Honors and Precious Points in the $1,500 Voltaire 1.45m JR/AO/AM Speed Special – Zone 10 NAYC Young Rider Trial at Temecula Valley National III, Presented by Interactive Mortgage

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Alexis Sokolov and Fasole Du Seigneur Take Top Honors and Precious Points in the $1,500 Voltaire 1.45m JR/AO/AM Speed Special – Zone 10 NAYC Young Rider Trial at Temecula Valley National III, Presented by Interactive Mortgage

Alexis Sokolov and Fasole Du Seigneur

Temecula, Calif. – June 4, 2021 – Nilforushan Equisport Events’ Grand Prix Arena at Galway Downs eagerly hosted the West Coast’s top young riders for the first of several highlight events this weekend. Friday evening marked the first of several qualifying classes for the North American Youth Championship (NAYC). Serving as the last stop for precious qualifying points before the Championship held at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival in Traverse City, Michigan from August 10-15, 2021, Zone 10 riders brought their A-game to the $1,500 Voltaire 1.45m JR/AO/AM Speed Special – Zone 10 NAYC Young Rider Trial held at the Temecula Valley National III, presented by Interactive Mortgage. In preparation for the $50,000 1.45m Classic – Final Zone 10 NAYC Young Rider Trial on Sunday, June 6, the talented field of horse-and-rider combinations battled it out in hopes of leading the pack heading into the final qualifying class. It was ultimately Alexis Sokolov and Fasole Du Seigneur who rose to the occasion taking the blue ribbon.

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Jake Endicott Makes It Two for Two Winning Second Consecutive ASPCA Maclay aboard Son House at Temecula Valley National III, Presented by Interactive Mortgage

Jake Endicott and Son House. Photo by Captured Moment Photography.

Temecula, Calif. – June 4, 2021 – As competition at Nilforushan Equisport Events’ Temecula Valley National III, presented by Interactive Mortgage, headed into its final weekend, young equitation riders took to the Hunter 1 Arena for the final installment of the ASPCA Maclay on Friday to try their hand at the last big win of the series. Sixteen of the West Coast’s finest young riders showcased their textbook position and effective riding style piloting their mounts around the course. Of the talented field of riders, it was ultimately Jake Endicott who took home his second consecutive championship title in the class, this time aboard Son House.

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Pristine stall set-up! Thank you, Chinook Stalls for the incredible temporary horse housing!
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