Devoucoux Hunter Prix Ocala: Mary Lisa Leffler mit Gerona in Blau

Devoucoux Hunter Prix Ocala:

Mary Lisa Leffler mit Gerona in Blau

Ocala/Florida - Nicht nur die Springreiter haben ihre Highlights im Sunshine State. Auch in den verschiedenen Hunter-Klassen wird geritten. Im Devoucoux Hunter Prix am Sonntag startete Mary Lisa Leffler eine kleine Serie, denn sie gewann nicht nur gestern, sondern auch schon in der letzten Woche auf Gerona 92 (Besitzer Rolling Acres Farm). Leffler aus Brookeville/Maryland bekam in der ersten Runde 88 Punkte und war damit souverän für den zweiten Umlauf qualifiziert. Dort gab es noch einmal 89 Punkte, was ein Gesamtergebnis von 177 ergibt. Auf Platz zwei kam die Amateurreiterin Therese Peck aus Flower Mound/Texas mit Scoop. Platz drei  sicherte sich Adrienne Iverson aus New Berlin/Wisconsin auf Laredo (173,5).

©ESI Photography: Mary Lisa Leffler und Geron a 92 im Ocala Devoucoux Hunter Prix

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
  March 5, 2012

 
 

 

 
 

Home of the World's Richest Weekend in Show Jumping - September 8-9, 2012 
HITS-on-the-Hudson - Saugerties, NY

 
 

 
 

Mary Lisa Leffler and Gerona 92 capture the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala for the second week in a row

 
 

OCALA, FL (March 5, 2012) The Rolling Acres Farm family was all smiles as they wrapped up another week at the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit. The group that works, trains and rides together celebrated their second consecutive win on Sunday in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix as high-performance rider Mary Lisa Leffler captured the blue ribbon aboard Rolling Acres Farm’s Gerona 92.

“When one person wins, we all do,” said Leffler’s sister and co-trainer at Rolling Acres Farm, Patty Foster. “This has truly been a wonderful year here so far and we’re very excited with what we’ve accomplished, especially with this horse.”

Leffler, of Brookeville, Maryland and Gerona 92 showed together for over a decade in the Grand Prix ring before transitioning to Hunter competition.

“This is the best horse I’ve ever had the pleasure of showing,” said Leffler of Gerona 92. “After so many years together, it’s still exciting for us to go out there every week and do what we do best, even when we’re trying something new.”

A finalist at the inaugural Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final last September, Leffler is once again on target to qualify for the event’s return in 2012, this time in the tack of her longtime partner. In 2011, she finished in the top ten aboard Wilder Mountain Farm, LLC’s Zivago.

“We’re planning on being a part of the Final again this year,” said Leffler. “Last year was a great event and I’m even more excited this year to be showing Gerona 92. Also, my niece Ashley [Foster] is planning on qualifying for the $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final, so we have a lot of goals to look forward to this year.”

After a beautiful trip over the first round course designed by Kerry Kocher, Leffler posted a top score of 88 to return in the second round. She finished with a second round score of 89 to capture the win.

“I think one of the best parts of it all is the excitement,” said Patty Foster. “Our barn manager, Sheryl, has been taking care of Gerona 92 since she was imported to us over 10 years ago and to see her reaction when they announced the score was incredible. It’s funny because that mare has a special connection with Sheryl – Sheryl is the only one who can braid her.  She won’t let any other braiders go near her! Her success means the world to not only Sheryl, but to our assistant, Sarah, Ashley [Foster], Kimmy [Saul] and everyone else at the barn.”

Sunday’s class featured a wide array of professionals, juniors and amateurs on the road to HITS Championship Weekend. In the end, amateur Therese Peck of Flower Mound, Texas aboard Cammy Turgon’s Scoop earned a score of 174 and was awarded the second place ribbon and Adrienne Iverson of New Berlin, Wisconsin, a professional at Emil Spadone’s Redfield Farm, captured the third place ribbon aboard Redfield Farm’s Laredo with a score of 173.5.

Rounding out the top five was highly-acclaimed hunter rider Hunt Tosh of Alpharetta, Georgia aboard Persistence, owned by KAC Horses, LLC, in fourth place with a score of 173 and Jane Gaston of The Plains, Virginia aboard her own Lumiere in fifth place with a score of 171.75. Gaston and Lumiere have been a highly decorated duo at HITS Culpeper in the hunters and are favorites to make it into the 2012 Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final order-of-go.

Mary Lisa Leffler and Gerona 92 on their way to two in a row in this week's $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala.

$1,500 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final

The HITS 3’ Hunter Prix continues to be the showcase event for junior and amateur riders who are on course to qualify for the all-new $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final. Kimberly Maloomian of Needham, Massachusetts captured the blue ribbon for the second week in a row aboard Urlala, owned by Terry S. Maloomian with a score of 170. Jodi Czaplick of Ocala, Florida and her own Untold currently sit at the top of the preliminary HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Rider Rankings and continued their success this weekend with a score of 169 that earned them a second place ribbon. Lily Foy rounded out the top three and captured the yellow ribbon aboard her own Fan Mail with a score of 158.

As the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit continues this week with the Ocala Winter Finals, the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix returns on Sunday as another crucial qualifier for the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. The Diamond Mills Hunter Prix Final will be one of three Championship events at HITS Championship Weekend September 7-9 at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York. The $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final and the Pfizer $1 Million Grand Prix will join in to showcase American show jumping in an all-encompassing finale.

Kimberly Maloomian and Urlala on course in the $1,500 HITS 3' Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala.

About Devoucoux

Devoucoux, makers of fine French saddles, is proud to be the title sponsor of each and every qualifying Hunter Prix leading up to the phenomenal Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. The Devoucoux Hunter Prix will be a featured event at all HITS horse shows this season as riders from around the country set out to qualify for the second-annual Diamond Mills Hunter Prix Final, which will take place September 8-9 at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York.

About Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern

Just 100 miles outside of New York City, nestled in the Village of Saugerties, Diamond Mills is a 30-room luxury hotel featuring stellar accommodations, fine-dining at The Tavern and full-service events at a state-of-the art Special Events Center. Diamond Mills is a proud member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the WorldTM, an unsurpassed collection of over 520 luxury hotels around the world. Saugerties' newest luxury hotel is also the proud sponsor of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final, which will take place at HITS-on-the-Hudson as part of the HITS Championship Weekend. For more information about Diamond Mills or the special VIP packages available to HITS-on-the-Hudson exhibitors, please visit DiamondMillsHotel.com or call 845.247.0700.

One of 30 luxury rooms at the all-new Diamond Mills Hotel.

 
 

 

$5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix

 
Place Horse Owner Rider Prize $
1 Gerona 92 Rolling Acres Farm Mary Lisa Leffler $1,500
2 Scoop Cammy Turgon Therese Peck $1,000
3 Laredo Redfield Farm Adrienne Iverson $700
4 Persistence KAC Horses, LLC Hunt Tosh $500
5 Lumiere Jane Gaston Jane Gaston $400
6 Peggy Sue Kristi Smith Kristi Smith $350
7 Falcao Lisa Kerkorian Robin Fairclough $300
8 Imagine Clover Lane Farm, LLC Greg Crolick $250
 

About HITS, Inc.
HITS, Inc. produces high-quality, international-level hunter/jumper horse shows. Based in upstate New York in the village of Saugerties, HITS has been producing shows since 1982 and is now a nationwide company with world-class circuits in California, Florida, Arizona, New York and Virginia. In 2010, HITS took the industry to new heights when it hosted the first-ever Pfizer $1 Million Grand Prix. In 2011, HITS hosted the richest weekend in show jumping with the return of the Pfizer Million and the introduction of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. In 2012, the historic weekend will get even sweeter with the addition of the $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final September 8-9.


For more information and a complete schedule of classes and events, visit www.HitsShows.com. Stay connected with HITS, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter!

Media should contact the HITS Media Team at 845.246.8833 or e-mail Media_Info@HitsShows.com.

 

 
 

2012 HITS Show Schedule

HITS Desert Circuit
Thermal, CA
January 24 - March 11

HITS Ocala Winter Circuit 
Ocala, FL
January 18 - March 18

HITS Arizona Winter Circuit
Tucson, AZ
February 1 - March 11

HITS Culpeper Show Series
Culpeper, VA
April / July / August / September

HITS Saugerties Show Series
Saugerties, NY
May-June / July-August / September

 
 

Find us on

 
 

HITS, Inc. • 319 Main Street • Saugerties, NY 12477-1330
845.246.8833 Tel • Media_Info@HitsShows.com
HitsShows.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
  March 5, 2012

 
 

 

 
 

Home of the World's Richest Weekend in Show Jumping - September 8-9, 2012 
HITS-on-the-Hudson - Saugerties, NY

 
 

 
 

Mary Lisa Leffler and Gerona 92 capture the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala for the second week in a row

 
 

OCALA, FL (March 5, 2012) The Rolling Acres Farm family was all smiles as they wrapped up another week at the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit. The group that works, trains and rides together celebrated their second consecutive win on Sunday in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix as high-performance rider Mary Lisa Leffler captured the blue ribbon aboard Rolling Acres Farm’s Gerona 92.

“When one person wins, we all do,” said Leffler’s sister and co-trainer at Rolling Acres Farm, Patty Foster. “This has truly been a wonderful year here so far and we’re very excited with what we’ve accomplished, especially with this horse.”

Leffler, of Brookeville, Maryland and Gerona 92 showed together for over a decade in the Grand Prix ring before transitioning to Hunter competition.

“This is the best horse I’ve ever had the pleasure of showing,” said Leffler of Gerona 92. “After so many years together, it’s still exciting for us to go out there every week and do what we do best, even when we’re trying something new.”

A finalist at the inaugural Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final last September, Leffler is once again on target to qualify for the event’s return in 2012, this time in the tack of her longtime partner. In 2011, she finished in the top ten aboard Wilder Mountain Farm, LLC’s Zivago.

“We’re planning on being a part of the Final again this year,” said Leffler. “Last year was a great event and I’m even more excited this year to be showing Gerona 92. Also, my niece Ashley [Foster] is planning on qualifying for the $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final, so we have a lot of goals to look forward to this year.”

After a beautiful trip over the first round course designed by Kerry Kocher, Leffler posted a top score of 88 to return in the second round. She finished with a second round score of 89 to capture the win.

“I think one of the best parts of it all is the excitement,” said Patty Foster. “Our barn manager, Sheryl, has been taking care of Gerona 92 since she was imported to us over 10 years ago and to see her reaction when they announced the score was incredible. It’s funny because that mare has a special connection with Sheryl – Sheryl is the only one who can braid her.  She won’t let any other braiders go near her! Her success means the world to not only Sheryl, but to our assistant, Sarah, Ashley [Foster], Kimmy [Saul] and everyone else at the barn.”

Sunday’s class featured a wide array of professionals, juniors and amateurs on the road to HITS Championship Weekend. In the end, amateur Therese Peck of Flower Mound, Texas aboard Cammy Turgon’s Scoop earned a score of 174 and was awarded the second place ribbon and Adrienne Iverson of New Berlin, Wisconsin, a professional at Emil Spadone’s Redfield Farm, captured the third place ribbon aboard Redfield Farm’s Laredo with a score of 173.5.

Rounding out the top five was highly-acclaimed hunter rider Hunt Tosh of Alpharetta, Georgia aboard Persistence, owned by KAC Horses, LLC, in fourth place with a score of 173 and Jane Gaston of The Plains, Virginia aboard her own Lumiere in fifth place with a score of 171.75. Gaston and Lumiere have been a highly decorated duo at HITS Culpeper in the hunters and are favorites to make it into the 2012 Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final order-of-go.

Mary Lisa Leffler and Gerona 92 on their way to two in a row in this week's $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala.

$1,500 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final

The HITS 3’ Hunter Prix continues to be the showcase event for junior and amateur riders who are on course to qualify for the all-new $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final. Kimberly Maloomian of Needham, Massachusetts captured the blue ribbon for the second week in a row aboard Urlala, owned by Terry S. Maloomian with a score of 170. Jodi Czaplick of Ocala, Florida and her own Untold currently sit at the top of the preliminary HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Rider Rankings and continued their success this weekend with a score of 169 that earned them a second place ribbon. Lily Foy rounded out the top three and captured the yellow ribbon aboard her own Fan Mail with a score of 158.

As the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit continues this week with the Ocala Winter Finals, the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix returns on Sunday as another crucial qualifier for the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. The Diamond Mills Hunter Prix Final will be one of three Championship events at HITS Championship Weekend September 7-9 at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York. The $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final and the Pfizer $1 Million Grand Prix will join in to showcase American show jumping in an all-encompassing finale.

Kimberly Maloomian and Urlala on course in the $1,500 HITS 3' Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala.

About Devoucoux

Devoucoux, makers of fine French saddles, is proud to be the title sponsor of each and every qualifying Hunter Prix leading up to the phenomenal Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. The Devoucoux Hunter Prix will be a featured event at all HITS horse shows this season as riders from around the country set out to qualify for the second-annual Diamond Mills Hunter Prix Final, which will take place September 8-9 at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York.

About Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern

Just 100 miles outside of New York City, nestled in the Village of Saugerties, Diamond Mills is a 30-room luxury hotel featuring stellar accommodations, fine-dining at The Tavern and full-service events at a state-of-the art Special Events Center. Diamond Mills is a proud member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the WorldTM, an unsurpassed collection of over 520 luxury hotels around the world. Saugerties' newest luxury hotel is also the proud sponsor of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final, which will take place at HITS-on-the-Hudson as part of the HITS Championship Weekend. For more information about Diamond Mills or the special VIP packages available to HITS-on-the-Hudson exhibitors, please visit DiamondMillsHotel.com or call 845.247.0700.

One of 30 luxury rooms at the all-new Diamond Mills Hotel.

 
 

 

$5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix

 
Place Horse Owner Rider Prize $
1 Gerona 92 Rolling Acres Farm Mary Lisa Leffler $1,500
2 Scoop Cammy Turgon Therese Peck $1,000
3 Laredo Redfield Farm Adrienne Iverson $700
4 Persistence KAC Horses, LLC Hunt Tosh $500
5 Lumiere Jane Gaston Jane Gaston $400
6 Peggy Sue Kristi Smith Kristi Smith $350
7 Falcao Lisa Kerkorian Robin Fairclough $300
8 Imagine Clover Lane Farm, LLC Greg Crolick $250
 

About HITS, Inc.
HITS, Inc. produces high-quality, international-level hunter/jumper horse shows. Based in upstate New York in the village of Saugerties, HITS has been producing shows since 1982 and is now a nationwide company with world-class circuits in California, Florida, Arizona, New York and Virginia. In 2010, HITS took the industry to new heights when it hosted the first-ever Pfizer $1 Million Grand Prix. In 2011, HITS hosted the richest weekend in show jumping with the return of the Pfizer Million and the introduction of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. In 2012, the historic weekend will get even sweeter with the addition of the $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final September 8-9.


For more information and a complete schedule of classes and events, visit www.HitsShows.com. Stay connected with HITS, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter!

Media should contact the HITS Media Team at 845.246.8833 or e-mail Media_Info@HitsShows.com.

 

 
 

2012 HITS Show Schedule

HITS Desert Circuit
Thermal, CA
January 24 - March 11

HITS Ocala Winter Circuit 
Ocala, FL
January 18 - March 18

HITS Arizona Winter Circuit
Tucson, AZ
February 1 - March 11

HITS Culpeper Show Series
Culpeper, VA
April / July / August / September

HITS Saugerties Show Series
Saugerties, NY
May-June / July-August / September

 
 

Find us on

 
 

HITS, Inc. • 319 Main Street • Saugerties, NY 12477-1330
845.246.8833 Tel • Media_Info@HitsShows.com
HitsShows.com

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
  March 5, 2012

 
 

 

 
 

Home of the World's Richest Weekend in Show Jumping - September 8-9, 2012 
HITS-on-the-Hudson - Saugerties, NY

 
 

 
 

Mary Lisa Leffler and Gerona 92 capture the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala for the second week in a row

 
 

OCALA, FL (March 5, 2012) The Rolling Acres Farm family was all smiles as they wrapped up another week at the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit. The group that works, trains and rides together celebrated their second consecutive win on Sunday in the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix as high-performance rider Mary Lisa Leffler captured the blue ribbon aboard Rolling Acres Farm’s Gerona 92.

“When one person wins, we all do,” said Leffler’s sister and co-trainer at Rolling Acres Farm, Patty Foster. “This has truly been a wonderful year here so far and we’re very excited with what we’ve accomplished, especially with this horse.”

Leffler, of Brookeville, Maryland and Gerona 92 showed together for over a decade in the Grand Prix ring before transitioning to Hunter competition.

“This is the best horse I’ve ever had the pleasure of showing,” said Leffler of Gerona 92. “After so many years together, it’s still exciting for us to go out there every week and do what we do best, even when we’re trying something new.”

A finalist at the inaugural Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final last September, Leffler is once again on target to qualify for the event’s return in 2012, this time in the tack of her longtime partner. In 2011, she finished in the top ten aboard Wilder Mountain Farm, LLC’s Zivago.

“We’re planning on being a part of the Final again this year,” said Leffler. “Last year was a great event and I’m even more excited this year to be showing Gerona 92. Also, my niece Ashley [Foster] is planning on qualifying for the $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final, so we have a lot of goals to look forward to this year.”

After a beautiful trip over the first round course designed by Kerry Kocher, Leffler posted a top score of 88 to return in the second round. She finished with a second round score of 89 to capture the win.

“I think one of the best parts of it all is the excitement,” said Patty Foster. “Our barn manager, Sheryl, has been taking care of Gerona 92 since she was imported to us over 10 years ago and to see her reaction when they announced the score was incredible. It’s funny because that mare has a special connection with Sheryl – Sheryl is the only one who can braid her.  She won’t let any other braiders go near her! Her success means the world to not only Sheryl, but to our assistant, Sarah, Ashley [Foster], Kimmy [Saul] and everyone else at the barn.”

Sunday’s class featured a wide array of professionals, juniors and amateurs on the road to HITS Championship Weekend. In the end, amateur Therese Peck of Flower Mound, Texas aboard Cammy Turgon’s Scoop earned a score of 174 and was awarded the second place ribbon and Adrienne Iverson of New Berlin, Wisconsin, a professional at Emil Spadone’s Redfield Farm, captured the third place ribbon aboard Redfield Farm’s Laredo with a score of 173.5.

Rounding out the top five was highly-acclaimed hunter rider Hunt Tosh of Alpharetta, Georgia aboard Persistence, owned by KAC Horses, LLC, in fourth place with a score of 173 and Jane Gaston of The Plains, Virginia aboard her own Lumiere in fifth place with a score of 171.75. Gaston and Lumiere have been a highly decorated duo at HITS Culpeper in the hunters and are favorites to make it into the 2012 Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final order-of-go.

Mary Lisa Leffler and Gerona 92 on their way to two in a row in this week's $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala.

$1,500 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final

The HITS 3’ Hunter Prix continues to be the showcase event for junior and amateur riders who are on course to qualify for the all-new $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final. Kimberly Maloomian of Needham, Massachusetts captured the blue ribbon for the second week in a row aboard Urlala, owned by Terry S. Maloomian with a score of 170. Jodi Czaplick of Ocala, Florida and her own Untold currently sit at the top of the preliminary HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Rider Rankings and continued their success this weekend with a score of 169 that earned them a second place ribbon. Lily Foy rounded out the top three and captured the yellow ribbon aboard her own Fan Mail with a score of 158.

As the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit continues this week with the Ocala Winter Finals, the $5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix returns on Sunday as another crucial qualifier for the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. The Diamond Mills Hunter Prix Final will be one of three Championship events at HITS Championship Weekend September 7-9 at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York. The $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final and the Pfizer $1 Million Grand Prix will join in to showcase American show jumping in an all-encompassing finale.

Kimberly Maloomian and Urlala on course in the $1,500 HITS 3' Hunter Prix at HITS Ocala.

About Devoucoux

Devoucoux, makers of fine French saddles, is proud to be the title sponsor of each and every qualifying Hunter Prix leading up to the phenomenal Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. The Devoucoux Hunter Prix will be a featured event at all HITS horse shows this season as riders from around the country set out to qualify for the second-annual Diamond Mills Hunter Prix Final, which will take place September 8-9 at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York.

About Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern

Just 100 miles outside of New York City, nestled in the Village of Saugerties, Diamond Mills is a 30-room luxury hotel featuring stellar accommodations, fine-dining at The Tavern and full-service events at a state-of-the art Special Events Center. Diamond Mills is a proud member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the WorldTM, an unsurpassed collection of over 520 luxury hotels around the world. Saugerties' newest luxury hotel is also the proud sponsor of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final, which will take place at HITS-on-the-Hudson as part of the HITS Championship Weekend. For more information about Diamond Mills or the special VIP packages available to HITS-on-the-Hudson exhibitors, please visit DiamondMillsHotel.com or call 845.247.0700.

One of 30 luxury rooms at the all-new Diamond Mills Hotel.

 
 

 

$5,000 Devoucoux Hunter Prix

 
Place Horse Owner Rider Prize $
1 Gerona 92 Rolling Acres Farm Mary Lisa Leffler $1,500
2 Scoop Cammy Turgon Therese Peck $1,000
3 Laredo Redfield Farm Adrienne Iverson $700
4 Persistence KAC Horses, LLC Hunt Tosh $500
5 Lumiere Jane Gaston Jane Gaston $400
6 Peggy Sue Kristi Smith Kristi Smith $350
7 Falcao Lisa Kerkorian Robin Fairclough $300
8 Imagine Clover Lane Farm, LLC Greg Crolick $250
 

About HITS, Inc.
HITS, Inc. produces high-quality, international-level hunter/jumper horse shows. Based in upstate New York in the village of Saugerties, HITS has been producing shows since 1982 and is now a nationwide company with world-class circuits in California, Florida, Arizona, New York and Virginia. In 2010, HITS took the industry to new heights when it hosted the first-ever Pfizer $1 Million Grand Prix. In 2011, HITS hosted the richest weekend in show jumping with the return of the Pfizer Million and the introduction of the Diamond Mills $500,000 Hunter Prix Final. In 2012, the historic weekend will get even sweeter with the addition of the $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final September 8-9.


For more information and a complete schedule of classes and events, visit www.HitsShows.com. Stay connected with HITS, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter!

Media should contact the HITS Media Team at 845.246.8833 or e-mail Media_Info@HitsShows.com.

 

 
 

2012 HITS Show Schedule

HITS Desert Circuit
Thermal, CA
January 24 - March 11

HITS Ocala Winter Circuit 
Ocala, FL
January 18 - March 18

HITS Arizona Winter Circuit
Tucson, AZ
February 1 - March 11

HITS Culpeper Show Series
Culpeper, VA
April / July / August / September

HITS Saugerties Show Series
Saugerties, NY
May-June / July-August / September

 
 

Find us on

 
 

HITS, Inc. • 319 Main Street • Saugerties, NY 12477-1330
845.246.8833 Tel • Media_Info@HitsShows.com
HitsShows.com