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2019 Camelot Events Winners

Camelot Series High Point Awards

For the 2019 Show Year, $1,000.00 Gift Certificates to Calabasas Saddlery and Reserve Championship Bicycles will be awarded at years end to our High Point 2'6" & Over Rider and our 2'3" & Under Rider.
All Open, Jr, Am, & Jumper classes, that are not limited in some way, are pointed as well as the Camelot Hunter Challenge.
Classes that are limited and not pointed, for example, are Medals, Ponies, Green, Walk/Trot, etc. Classes with less than 3 riders will not be counted toward the series points.
Points are accrued all year AT ALL CAMELOT EVENTS SHOWS. Nothing to join! Simply attend Camelot Event Shows & earn your points!
If you are riding two horses in the same pointed class, the highest ribbon gets full points and the second ribbon gets half points.
Once you have won a Camelot High Point Series award in your height division, you are no longer eligible to win another one.

Camelot Series High Point Results - 2019
Calabasas Saddlery $1000 Year End Champions

2’6” & Over Year End High Score Calabasas Saddlery $1000 Gift Certificate

Gabriella Goshtigian, Trained by Stephanie Haney

2'6 champion

2’6” & Over Year End Reserve Champion winning the Camelot Bicycle

Samara Laine, Trained by Foxfield

2'6 reserve champion

2’3” & Under Year End High Score Calabasas Saddlery $1000 Gift Certificate

Leila Denny, Trained by Foxfield

2'3 winner

SFHJA 18 & Over Finals

Sara Markham on Primo
SFHJA 18 & Over Finals

SFHJA 17 & Under Finals

Ava Curtin on Puis Luga

SFHJA 17 & Under Finals

SFHJA 13 & Over

Madison Kaiser training with Abbie Weinberg

13 & Over Winner

SFHJA 12 & Under & SFHA Futures Medal 

Rosemary Bilson training with Stephanie Haney

Futures Medal Winner

2019 Camelot Hunter Challenge Finals

Lauren Little riding It's Coolman

The Camelot Hunter Challenge is a unique Handy Hunter Class, with fences at 3', for Junior and Amateur exhibitors. At the end of each round, the Judge asks the rider a question pertaining to the Hunter Division. The first and second place ribbon winners qualify for the $1,500 Finals held at The Camelot Classic at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club in Carpinteria. It is a two-round Finals with the second round held as a take-your-own-line class with specially designed obstacles such as a walk or lead over jump, mail to be retrieved and read, a jacket to be used creatively, etc.  Who knows what this year's obstacles will be? The entire purse will be presented to the winning horse with 50% going to the rider, 30% to the trainer, and 20% to the groom. Be sure to watch for these qualifying classes!

The Hunter Challenge is sponsored by Nancy Frost and Sapphire Ridge.

Trainer: Cassandra Karazissis, Sponsor: Nancy Frost.
Lauren won 1st, 2nd, & 3rd riding her 3 horses!
2019 Camelot Hunter Challenge Finals

2019 Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association - Jr/Am 2'9" Medal Finals Champion

Tori Scheck trained by Jeni Brown 

Jr/Am 2'9“ Medal Finals Champion

The 2019 Montana Silversmiths Equitation Challenge

Montana Silversmiths Equitation Challenge 2019

Group Photo 2019

Camelot Events TIP Jockey Club Champions

High Score Thoroughbred Hunter Champion

High Score Thoroughbred Hunter Champion & The Four Oaks Farm Overall Thoroughbred 

Lisa Carman and Fleeting Look

High Score Thoroughbred Jumper Champion

High Score Thoroughbred Jumper Champion
Jarrett Smith and Veuve Clicquot

$500 Elvenstar Winery Cabernet All Day Class

Elvenstar Winery Cabernet

Golf Cart Winners of Our Ride & Drive Classes

Camelot Events Hosts The San Fernando Valley Association Medal Finals At The Camelot Autumn Classic at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center

- 12 and under Medal
- 17 and under Medal
- 18 and over Medal
- Futures Medal
- Horsemanship 13 and under Medal

San Fernando Medal Finals 2018