Earlier this year, Elementa joined the Tulsa Reining Classic as the sponsor of the Open Derby, which features $34,000 in added money. The Elementa Open Derby completes a busy week, and Casey Deary and Lonely At The Top won the class with a 225.5. That earned a check for $6,563, a Bob's Custom Saddles, and prizes from the Tulsa Reining Classic.

Bronte Gray-Rochon of Toronto, Canada, rode Williamstown Guidam to the win in the $25,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Show Jumping Derby Sunday morning at the Hampton Classic, on the final day of competition of this year’s horse show. The class was open to Amateur-Owner and Junior riders who had competed in the Welcome Stake earlier in the week.

End of the fifth edition of the Hubside Jumping International de Valence, with the victory in the CSI4* Hubside Grand Prix of the public of Drôme’s favourite rider, France’s Roger-Yves Bost, Bosty for the connoisseurs, the current Olympic team champion. The president of the show, the successful businessman and rider Sadri Fegaier, announced that for the sixth edition of the event, in August 2020, it will boast a CSI5* label again.

Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam captured the $72,000 LONGINES Cup for the third consecutive year, piloting Kirschwasser SCF to the top of the jump-off. American riders Catherine Tyree and Adrienne Sternlicht came within hundredths of a second but were not able to beat his time.

Collecting 125 world points for his second round win of the season, Kasel cracks into the Top 35 rising from No. 37 to No. 33.
Bringing the raucous crowd inside Bridgestone Arena to its feet, young gun Dalton Kasel (Muleshoe, Texas) made a splash competing in his first-ever PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Unleash The Beast Major, winning Round 1 of the Jack Daniel’s Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires.

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