Sport Horse Nationals High Point Hunter/Jumper Award
The Arabian-Bred Hunter Jumper Association awarded it's third annual High Point Championship at the recent Sport Horse National Championships in Lexington, KY.
The Half-Arabian gelding BHF WHILE U WERE OUT+//, owned by Mallory Creter of Chester, New Jersey, were this year's recipients.
This bay gelding, sired by the Hanoverian/Thoroughbred stallion Special Event and out of the Arabian mare Expressional (by Express It) is trained by Ricci and Stephanie Desiderio and was ridden by Mallory.
This pair won National Championships in Working Hunter AAOTR, Hunter Hack ATR & AAOTR; Reserve National Championships in Working Hunter Open and ATR and a Top Ten in Open Hunter Hack.
The ABHJA is an organization founded to promote the Arabian-Bred horse competing in the Hunter and/or Jumper disciplines at both Open and Breed competitions. You can learn more by visiting their website at www.ABHJA.com.
Mallory Creter, left with trainer Stephanie Desiderio receiving the High Point Hunter/Jumper Award
at Sport Horse Nationals. Photo Courtesy of Ed Creter.