Watch The Grand Prix Bucking Machine… Ok He’s A Jumping Machine Too!

The fifth commemoration of the Sacramento International Horse Show finished the previous evening with the $55,000 Land Rover Grand Prix of Sacramento. New Zealand transplant Duncan McFarlane and his stallion Mr Whoopy excited a sold out Murieta Equestrian Center with a quick twofold clear for the win. After the Grand Prix, Rich Fellers’ Flexible was named “Best Horse” for the second sequential year.

Twenty-six steed and rider mixes endeavored Heiko Wahler’s incredible course with seven returning for the bounce off. Duncan, Tiffany Sullivan and Saer Coulter were the main three twofold clears. Prior to the Grand Prix observers rooted for a few overcome volunteers who contended in the Human High Jump rivalry. Sacramento International Horse Show own particular Skyler Brittner figuring out how to clear the five foot high Swiss Up fence.

After the class, the riders marked signatures and blended with fans as the victory celebration began. Exhibitors and observers alike moved the night away to music from cover band Take2. It was a phenomenal night brimming with unparalleled rivalry and awesome excitement!