Para-Equestrian Wins Two Classes at Fourth Level with Lancelot Warrior

Avon, Connecticut, USA. October 6, 2015

Annie Peavy, 19, continued her winning form at the Green Mountain Horse Association (GMHA) Fall Dressage Show October 3-4, 2015 in Vermont with four for four at Fourth Level and Para Grade III. Riding her 12 year old Hanoverian gelding Lancelot Warrior (Londonderry x Waroness – Warkant) they once again headed the field of Open and Adult Amateurs as the only YR/JR with a score of 67.432% in the Fourth Level Test 1 class. The next day this partnership repeated their performance, again at Fourth Level Test 1, to win with 67.703%. This result comes two weeks after their first [Third Level Test 3] and second place [Fourth Level Test 1] finishes at the NEDA Fall Festival.

In the Para-dressage classes, Test of Choice, Peavy rode her 2014 World Equestrian Games partner; the nine year old Trakehner gelding Ozzy Cooper (Hibiskus x Okka – Arrak), to take the FEI Para Grade III Team class on a score of 71.447% then following that a day later with a 68.537% for the FEI Para Grade III Individual class.

“I was very pleased with both boys this weekend. They always work hard for me. The show facility was the epitome of fall with all the leaves showing their colors. I enjoyed every minute and I could not have done it without Heather, Katie and Vincent,” said Peavy.

Peavy’s coach, Heather Blitz commented: Annie’s confidence continues to build as the quality of her work improves so I’m very pleased with her recent results especially at Third and Fourth level.”