World of Showjumping
Menu

This week

Coming weeks

CSI5*/CSI2* LGCT St.Tropez
France

CSI4*/CSI2* Bourg en ...
France

CSI4*/CSI2* Gross Viegeln
Germany

CSI4* Old Salem Farm
USA

CSI3* Lexington
USA

CSI3* Sentower Park
Belgium

CSIO3*-NC EEF RQ Uggerhalne
Denmark

CSIO3*-NC EEF RQ Bratislava
Slovakia

CSI2* Peelbergen
The Netherlands

CSI2* Wellington, Heckfield
Great Britain

CSI2* Olsza
Poland

Grace Debney and Boheme de la Roque rock $37,000 CaptiveOne Advisors 1.50m Classic

Monday, 17 January 2022
CSI3* WEF 1 2022

Photo © Sportfot. Noora Hardy and Olga Hartsock of CaptiveOne Advisors with Grace Debney and Boheme de la Roque. Photo © Sportfot.

 

Press release from Equestrian Sport Productions

 


 

International competition during week one of the 2022 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL, concluded with the $37,000 CaptiveOne Advisors 1.50m Jumper Classic as part of the weekly CaptiveOne Advisors Jumper Classic series. Grace Debney (GBR) flew to the win with her trusty mare Boheme de la Roque. WEF 2 starts on Wednesday, January 19, and the circuit continues through April 3.

Stormy weather threatened to derail afternoon classes, but the clouds parted ways long enough for the $37,000 CaptiveOne Advisors 1.50m Jumper Classic to run as scheduled.

There were 20 combinations that competed over a course set by Anthony D’Ambrosio (USA) and Andy Christiansen Jr. (ECU). Time allowed was a factor today with eight riders accumulating time faults. Only three riders ultimately advanced to the jump-off.

First to jump off was Brian Moggre (USA) riding Stevie Macken’s Dior P Z who set the time to beat at 36.95 seconds for an eventual third-place finish. Next to challenge was Debney and her own Boheme de la Roque. They shaved almost two seconds off of Moggre’s time, finishing in 35.02 seconds. Matthew Boddy (GBR) was last to go in both the first round and the jump-off, but he couldn’t quite catch Debney, crossing the timers in 36.20 seconds and finishing in second place.

Photo © Sportfot. Grace Debney and Boheme de la Roque racing to the win. Photo © Sportfot.

Debney was competing in the $10,000 SJHOF High Junior Jumper Classic, presented by Griffis Residential, when it started torrentially downpouring, and management eventually had to put the show on hold. “I was soaking wet and really cold, but I was honestly really happy I was getting on [Boheme de la Roque], because I know she’s always going to step right up to the plate,” said Debney.

Boheme de la Roque and Debney have been paired together for about a year. The 11-year-old Selle Français mare by Kannan x Quick Star came from another junior rider in California, which Debney has used to her advantage. “I think that actually has helped us a lot, because a small girl had her before, so it’s not like she came from someone big and strong,” she explained. “I think that really helped me be able to just get right on and ride her.”

Boheme de la Roque’s winning ways in the ring tie into her winning personality in the barn. “Around the barn she’s so sweet. She’s my groom’s favorite horse to take care of,” she commented.

Debney had nothing but praise for her super star mare. “She’s definitely been my rock for FEI and all of the stepping up in to the bigger classes. I can always count on her,” she said. “She’s always trying. She really wants to win just as much as I do, and she’s such a fighter.”

Debney put that competitive spirit to the test in the jump-off, which she felt really suited her mount because of the quick turns followed by long gallops. Particularly, there was a tight turn to a red vertical across the center of the ring Debney was especially confident about. She recalled, “I was excited to really hammer down there and slice that vertical. [Boheme de la Roque] is really watching, and she’s always looking for the next jump, so that jump-off was really nice for her.”

Final Results: $37,000 CaptiveOne Advisors 1.50m Jumper Classic CSI3*

1 BOHEME DE LA ROQUE: 2011 Selle Français mare by Kannan x Quick Star
GRACE DEBNEY (GBR), Temple Equestrian LLC: 0/0/35.027

2 CLIFF Z: 2008 Zangersheide gelding by Canturano x Quasimodo Z
MATHEW BODDY (GBR), Gotham Enterprizes LLC: 0/0/36.20

3 DIOR P Z: 2011 Zangersheide gelding by Diarado x Havidoff
BRIAN MOGGRE (USA), Stevie Macken: 0/0/36.95

4 ALEJANDRO: 2009 Rheinlander gelding by Acorado’s ASS x Continue
SHANE SWEETNAM (IRL), Sweet Oak, Spy Coast Farm, Seabrook LLC: 1/74.56

5 IDETTE: 2013 KWPN mare by Eldorado van de Zeshoek x Namelus R
VICTOR MARIANO LUMINATTI (BRA), Horse Margin LDA: 1/74.94

6 CANA VAN DE BLOM: 2008 Belgian Sport Horse mare by Kashmir van Schuttershof x Kannan
CONOR SWAIL (IRL), Alexis Sokolov: 4/69.14

7 AMEX Z: 2009 Zangersheide mare by Andiamo Z x Landaris
TODD MINIKUS (USA), Bit by Bit Group: 4/69.49

8 CARAGHS QUALITY LADY: 2013 Irish Sport Horse mare by OBOS Quality 004 x Limmerick
SHANE SWEETNAM (IRL), Anna Beth Athey: 4/73.66

9 NESPRESSO VAN’T LAEKHOF: 2013 Belgian Warmblood gelding by Cicero Z x Grandeur
NATALIE DEAN (USA), Marigold Sporthorses LLC: 4/73.83

10 CAROLLO: 2009 Mecklenburger gelding by Chacco-Blue x La Piko
GIAVANNA RINALDI (USA), Anton Marano: 5/74.69

11 FIREWALL: 2010 KWPN gelding by Lexicon x Padinus
ALBERTO MICHAN (ISR), Eduardo Leon: 5/75.86

12 HARLEY D: 2012 KWPN gelding by Spartacus x Grandilot
VASCO FLORES (PRI), Hillside Farm LLC: 5/76.25



This photo has been added to your cart !

Your shopping cart »
This website is using cookies for statistics, site optimization and retargeting purposes. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website. Read more here.