Bugatti Offspring Earn USDF Awards in 2015
With the USDF and All-Breeds Awards rankings finalized, it’s safe to say that 2015 proved to be another great show season for the Bugatti offspring. This year we saw Bugatti offspring earning top placings as in-hand horses all the way through the FEI levels. The youngest Bugatti earning a spot in the USDF awards was Bugatti’s Ballerina (ds. Rohdiamant). “Bali” earned a 10th place ranking in the USDF 2-Year Old Fillies. Bali has been very consistent in the breed shows over the summer and we’ve very happy to see her earn such great year end results for owner/breeder Beth Custalow.
In the Four and Five-Year Old Mare Materiale, Trisha DeRosa’s Beaucoup d’Amis (ds. Contucci) finished the season as ISR/Oldenburg Reserve Champion with a median score of 77.4%. “Becca” competed in-hand all through her young horse career, even finishing as Reserve Champion in the 3-Year Old Fillies last year, so we’re enjoying watching her transition now under saddle classes. Swedish gelding Beowulf (ds. Weltmeyer) and Rick Edwards finished their show season with a Reserve Champion All-Breeds Award for First Level Musical Freestyle. Last but not least, Iris Aberbach’s Bugatti gelding Boxster A (ds. Weltbekannt) had another superb show season with Hilltop’s Head Trainer Michael Bragdell. Boxster earned Reserve Champion All-Breeds Awards from the American Hanoverian Society for Prix St. Georges Open and Intermediaire I Open. Congratulations to all of the owners and breeders on a wonderful 2015 show season!