Saturday, September 19, 2015
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Adult Lawn - $10
Children 10 and Under - Free
Adult Bleacher - $15
Children Bleacher - $8
Tent Seats -$200
Box Seating - $250
$100 each or 3 for $250
Only 1000 tickets available!
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| |Former Winners
|Tracy Fenney (2011-2013)|
|Joe Fargis (2010)|
|Laura Linback (2009 & 2008)|
|Linback took two first-place trophies at the 2009 HCC Grand Prix! She took first place in the $40,000 Grand Prix and the preceeding event, the $10,000 Junior/Amateur Jumper Clasic.|
In 2008, Linback raced her horse, As Di Villagana, through the jump-off course in 39.21 seconds and zero faults. Linback is a former high school English teacher.
|Tracy Magness (2007 & 2006)|
|Tracy Magness of Baltimore, Maryland, successfully defended her 2006 title by taking home the first place prize in the 2007 Columbia Classic Grand Prix. Riding Tarco Van Der Moude, she bested a field of 26 world-class equestrians when she raced through the jump-off course in 41.560 seconds with zero faults earning her the top $12,000 purse.|
|Erick Hasbrouck (2005)|
|Eric Hasbrouck of Bedford, New York, bested a field of 33 world-class equestrians to take first place in the 2005 Columbia Classic Grand Prix. Riding Lavaletta, Eric raced through the jump-off course in 45.646 seconds with zero faults.|
|Laura Chapot (2004)|
|Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, New Jersey, bested a field of 24 world-calss equestrians to take first place in the 2004 $40,000 Columbia Classic Grand Prix. Riding Sprite, Laura raced through the jump-off course with a clear round in a time of 42.916 seconds.|
|Joe Fargis (2003)|
|Joe Fargis won the $35,000 Columbia Classic Grand Prix riding Diams III. Joe has been one of the top riders in the world for over twenty years.|
|Debbie Shaffner Stephens (2002 & 1990)|
|For the second time, Debbie Shaffner Stephens of Glenmore, Pennsylvania, took home the top prize in the Columbia Classic Grand Prix. Riding "Cosequin's CEO," she bested a field of 37 riders, including 3 Olympic veterans. In September 1990, Debbie and her mount "Notorius" won the American Cafe Columbia Classic Grand Prix.|
|Marilyn Little (2001 & 1999)|
|After winning the Oak Contracting Junior Amateur Classic in 1998, Marilyn Little of Frederick, Maryland, took on a double challenge in 1999 - again competing in the Oak Contracting Junior Amateur Classic, but also going up against world-class riders for the $30,000 Columbia Classic Grand Prix purse. The double challenge brought her double rewards as Marilyn won first place in both events in 1999. In 2001, she took home three trophies taking 1st and 2nd in the Junior Amateur and 1st in the Columbia Classic Grand Prix.|
|Kimberly Prince (2000)|
|Kimberly Prince of Middleburg, Virginia, bested a field of 26 riders, including 4 Olympic veterans, to win the $30,000 Columbia Classic Grand Prix for 2000. Riding Samoens, Kimberly earned the top prize with a jump-off time of 37.04 seconds and zero faults.|
|Anne Kursinski (1998)|
|Olympic medallist Anne Kursinski, of Fleming, New Jersey, took first place at the 1998 $35,000 Columbia |
Classic Grand Prix. Riding Canyon, Kursinski completed the final jump-off with a winning time of 41.183 seconds with no faults.
|Allison Firestone Robitaille (1997)|
|Allison Firestone Robitaille of Upperville, Virginia won the 1997 $30,000 Columbia Classic Grand Prix aboard her horse Arnica De La Barre.|
|Peter Wylde (1996 & 1992)|
|Peter Wylde of Hamilton, Massachusetts won the Columbia Classic Grand Prix in 1992 aboard Tootsie and |
again in 1996 aboard Can Can.