An Explanation of the "M" = Missing in the Results
Please note that in a few instances there is an “M” is the scoring box instead of a number. The “M” stands for “missing” data.
At the end of the day the scoring team could not find nine scores (or one sheet of scores). The team which had originally consisted of Wezo Pierson, Jannah Matzan, and Kim Ciulla, took on several others to attempt to solve the problem. Paul Roebeck offered photo documentation; Ben Halloway resorted and recounted scores. Nada. Next we tallied the scores to see if any of the missing scores would impact the top six placing in each division. In the cases that it would, Jannah called the riders and asked them to recreate their ride through the obstacle. In one instance the rider had not attempted the task; in another the rider had successfully completed what was asked.
We apologize for this but when you take into account that the eleven obstacles are spread out over several miles and each judge uses about eight sheets for scoring and that the score runners transport those 88 loose pieces of paper in an open golf cart, it is amazing that any return to the scoring table!
Thank you to a wonderful group of volunteers who never lost their sense of humor. And, thanks to all those riders who heaped well deserved accolades on JR and Tom Booth.
Results for Sunday's TRAIL TRIAL
Green Horn A - Green Horn B - Youth - Trail Boss
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|September 30||IDHS Hunter Past|
|October 6||Volunteer Work Day to set-up for Pumpkin Derby|
|October 7||GVRDC Pumpkin Derby|
|October 14||City View Equestrian Jumper Finale|
|October 14||Carriage House Saddlery Fall Horse Trials|
|October 21||GVH Hunter Pace|
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In May, the GVRDC sponsors a Combined Test and in June and in late August, we host two USEA sanctioned Horse Trials. Also in September, we host a pleasure and/or combined Driving show. We also offer cross country schooling days, two Jumper Derbies, and several Dressage schooling shows throughout the summer and fall. During the year, several Clinics and Seminars are also held to provide learning opportunities to all club members.
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One of our Volunteers made a short video to not only credit our volunteers but to show how much our volunteers do to make our shows run smoothly.