Buffalo Ny, – April 10, 2017 – Jennifer Alfano and the SBS Farm’s team are coming off of a successful circuit at the Pin Oak Charity Horse show, and for their third week in the lone star state, the team maintained their winning streak, this time at the Spring Gathering Horse Show.
Kristy Herrera brought home the championship title in the Conformation Hunter division aboard Jennifer Alfano’s Candid. The pair dominated the division placing first in all of the over fences and under saddle classes and second in the handy class.
Herrera also found success in the 3’ Green Hunter division claiming the reserve championship aboard Kathy Chiaf’s Kindred with first and second place finishes in the over fences classes contributing to their title.
In the Adult Amateur 50 & Over Hunter Division Kathy Chiaf took the reins and continued her winning ways this winter season piloting her own Silver Lining to the reserve championship. She also found herself in the ribbons in the division aboard her own Sweetwater.
Jennifer Alfano continued to show that she is back in action, ready to compete and that she and Jersey Boy are a pair to be reckoned with in the derby ring. She and Jersey Boy placed second in the $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby and are surely a pair to watch this season.
In the $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby Kristy Herrera piloted Helen Lenahan’s Miss Lucy to a fourth place finish and Jennifer Alfano’s Candid to fifth place.
Based out of Buffalo, New York, SBS Farms, Inc.’s Susie Schoellkopf and Jennifer Alfano run one of the foremost show hunter training operations in the country, and travel nationwide to compete in the most prestigious horse shows.
SBS Farms, Inc. continues the proud tradition of the Saddle and Bridle Club as one of the top show stables in the Northeast. Schoellkopf is also the executive director of the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center, which houses both the Buffalo Equestrian Center as well as SBS Farms, Inc. Built in 1922, the 160-stall facility is a historical landmark, with its unique English Tudor and Gothic-style architecture.
For more information on SBS Farms, please visit www.sbsfarms.com. For more information on the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center, please visit www.thebtrc.org.