Cornet Sapphire celebrates 1 month. Heritage of Cornet Fever and Coupe de Coeur, she is a lovely, leggy filly.
Cassie Thomas and Carinyo G cruise to a second place finish in the 1.20m Jr/Amateur division. Jenni Wymer, riding Cornet Fever, dominate the 1.30m division, winning the speed class and finishing Champions of the division at the CSI** last weekend. Congratulations to our horses and riders!
Congrats to the riders of Ios Ranch on placings and good showings in San Juan Capistrano. Pictured here: Jenni Wymer, Cassie Thomas and Ashley Matthews. They placed in almost every class they entered, with class sizes of 30 or 40 riders very common. Good job team!
Before the chaos begins! Thanks Lisa Thomas for adding nice touches to our set up. Looking forward to two great weeks of showing.
Congratulations, Chelsea, on your purchase of Casenova! We will miss him but we are so happy he is going to such a great home. Good luck this show season!
Ios Ranch horses and clients have had a great week at the Oregon High Desert Classic: BB Isadora and Kristan LeDorze rock their amateur classes with two wins and two placings. Jenni Wymer, and her two mounts, Casenova and Dolino, have a great week. Casenova wins the 1.25m and Dolino places 4th in his move up to the 1.20m. Cassie Thomas, riding Jackie Chipman's Mason, also have a strong week, finishing with a 6th in the 1.25m Amateur/Owner class.Ashley Mathews, riding Ios Ranch's Cunastrichta, also have a busy week consistently placing in the top five in their debut at the 0.85m level. Congrats to all for their success this week!
Cornet Fever and Philippe LeDorze win tonight's Oregon High Desert Classic Grand Prix, presented by Oxford Hotel Group, with two clear rounds. The Saturday night class included a tough field of experienced riders such as Hap Hansen, John French and Megan Jordan. Congratulations to team Ios on this exciting win!
A beautiful start to our competition weeks here in sunny California. Ashley Mathews, leaving the ring with Ios Ranch's Cunastrichta, after winning a hotly contested second in her open jumper class.
Congratulations to Little Lady Lu as she continues her prize-winning ways in Southern California. This winter she is competing and placing with her new owner at HITS Thermal.