2020 Applejack and Mini Applejack High Jump Competitions

On Saturday July 25, 2020, the annual Applejack and Mini Applejack Memorial High Jump competitions were held at Canterbury Manor Stables.   This special competition is named for world champion and Grand Prix winner Diamond’s Applejack….a homebred Canterbury horse. He jumped the Applejack jump at 6’3″ – and during his career jumped 7′. Canterbury offers two high jump competitions at the annual Applejack show: the Mini Applejack, which starts at 2′ and finishes at a maximum height around 4′, and the Applejack, which starts at 3′ and has no upper limit.

Lynn Farmer on Diamond’s Applejack, competing in the Grand Prix at Trader’s Point Charity Horse Show in 1984.

The 2020 competition was full of excitement, with many riders exceeding heights that they or their horse had ever jumped before. Congratulations to the competitors and winners!

Applejack Memorial High Jump Competition

  • 1st: Olivia Hayes and Clever Monarch, Sterling Shields Stables – 5’0″
  • 2nd: Ashley Vaught and Risen Sun, Canterbury Manor Stables – 4’9″
  • 3rd: Torilynn Sollars and Idol of Kings, Keepsake Stables – 4’9″
  • 4th: Taylor Embs and Spartan’s Flight, Sterling Shields Stables – 4’0″
  • 5th: Annie Goldstein (Collier’s Lane Farm) and Frankly My Dear (Canterbury Manor Stables) – 4’0″
  • 6th: Izzie Ecoff and Cocoa Puff, Canterbury Manor Stables – 3’9″

Mini Applejack Memorial High Jump Competition

  • 1st: Torilynn Sollars and Idol of Kings, Keepsake Stables
  • 2nd: Izzie Ecoff and Cocoa Puff, Canterbury Manor Stables
  • 3rd: Scott Reyburn and Mischief Managed, Canterbury Manor Stables
  • 4th: Olivia Hayes and Clever Monarch, Sterling Shields Stables
  • 5th: Genny Miller and Harmac, Keepsake Stables
  • 6th: Taylor Embs and Spartans Flight, Sterling Shields Stables
  • 7th: Anna Spence and Frankly My Dear, Canterbury Manor Stables
  • 8th: Haley Custer and Jake from State Farm, Canterbury Manor Stables


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