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Third Win for Farrington at the New Albany Classic Grand Prix

Third Win for Farrington at the New Albany Classic Grand Prix


Coming off of his most recent win in the $216,000 U.S Open CSI3* Grand Prix at the Rolex Central Park Horse Show, USA’s Kent Farrington secured another first place finish in the $125,000 New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix CSI2* in Ohio.

On Sunday, 30 international horse and rider combinations took to the 14-obstacle-course designed by Great Britain’s Richard Jeffery. Six produced clear rounds to proceed to the jump-off track, with Farrington and the Amalaya Investments’ 15-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding Voyeur (Tolano Van’t Riethof x Goodwill) finishing in a leading time of 38.84 seconds.

This was the 20th anniversary of The New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day, which has raised a total of $32 million to support family violence initiatives in central Ohio through The Center for Family Safety and Healing.

“We are so grateful for the support of the show jumping community, our sponsors, volunteers, community partners and fans who come out to spend the day in New Albany to help advance the efforts of The Center,” said Abigail Wexner, founder and host.


This marks Farrington’s third win in New Albany, having won with Up Chiqui in 2010 and in 2013 aboard Blue Angel. In addition to the prize money this year, Farrington also won a two-year lease on a Mercedes GLE, which he will gift to his head groom, Denise Moriarty, as a thank you for her many years of dedication and support. 

“It was good to be back at New Albany, especially after today’s results,” Farrington said.  “The crowd is terrific and Voyeur jumped very well, even with the heat.  I’m proud to post my third New Albany win and appreciate all that Abigail Wexner does to further the sport.”

Israel’s Daniel Bluman was a close second on his own Sancha LS, finishing in 38.89 seconds. With a time of 43.86 seconds, USA’s Margie Engle finished in third with the eight-year-old gelding Dicas.

Source: Noelle Floyd