Date: March 26, 2021
By: Anna Zygadlo
MAC Sports International, LLC
During the ninth week of the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida, Kelsey Cruciotti and Queen Celeste laid down consistent trips in the Amateur Owner Hunters to claim the reserve tricolor. Queen Celeste, a Holsteiner mare by Cassini I, also saw success earlier in the week during the Performance Hunters with trainer John French.
In the jumper ring, Pony Lane’s homebred Chances R jumped double clear to seventh place in the Adult Amateur Jumper Classic. Following last weeks success in the Low Amateur Owner Classic, Kelsey and Vermont ODF jumped a clear first round to finish with only a single rail in the jump off.
Kelsey Cruciotti and Pony Lane Farm would like to thank John French, Kent Farrington, and Santiago Neuberger for their expertise throughout WEF.
Kelsey Cruciotti and Celeste scored an 88 to take home the blue in the Amateur Owner 3'6" 18-35 Handy during Week 10 of the Winter Equestrian Festival.
Kelsey Cruciotti and homebred Chances R in the Adult Amateur Jumper Classic during Week 10.
Kelsey Cruciotti and Vermont ODF's jumped double clear to an eight place finish in the $10,000 NAL Low Amateur Owner Classic during Week 9.