Cody Rego Preparing For ASPC Championships

November 1, 2023 | 0 Comments

Following his 8th place finish in the WIHS Equitation Championships, Cody Rego is now preparing for the upcoming ASPCA Maclay Final Championship to be held on November 4th and 5th at the National Horse Show in Kentucky.

A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Equestrian Federation extends its congratulations to Cody Rego on his well-deserved 8th place finish in the prestigious 2023 WIHS Equitation Championship.

“This year’s Championship attracted more than 145 talented and skilled equestrian competitors from across the United States. The WIHS Equitation Finals was held during the Washington International Horse Show held from 23rd – 28th October. It comprises three strenuous testing sections – the Hunter Phase, Jumper Phase, and the Equitation Final Work Phase.

“In the final phase, and as a final test, the top 10 riders swapped horses with one another. Comment the competitive Championship, Judge Michael Morrissey is reported as say that the top riders were close in the final standings, and the competition could have been won by any one of them. “I thought, for the most part, the entire class handled the pressure of the final very well. It was exciting and fun to watch them go out and compete at such a high level.”

“On the heels of the aforesaid Championship, Cody is now focus on readying himself for the upcoming ASPCA Maclay Final Championship to be held on 4th & 5th November 2023 at the National Horse Show in Kentucky. Also competing in the Maclay Final is Bermuda Julia Slade. The ASPCA Maclay Final Championship is considered one of the most coveted championships.

“Each year hundreds of junior riders compete for a chance to qualify for regionals by competing in Maclay classes at USEF sanctioned horse shows throughout the qualifying year. Only the top placing riders in each regional class advance on next week’s ASPCA Maclay Finals.”

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