Hailey Rogge and Jeff Campf Clear 1.90 m to Tie in the $10,000 Costume 4-bar at Royal West

Jeff Campf and Ninou 2 and Hailey Rogge and Zine Dine co-winners of the $10,000 The Horse Store Costume 4-bar presented by BFL Insurance. Photo Credit Amanda Ubell Photography.

For Immediate Release
October 28, 2017

In an exciting round at 1.99 m, the win in the $10,000 Costume 4-bar at Royal West, Sponsored by The Horse Store, was co-awarded to Jeff Campf and Ninou 2 and Hailey Rogge and Zine Dine.

Both Campf and Rogge, along with Jenny Jones cleared the 1.90 m jump and all three attempted at 1.99 m, which would have been a Royal Wes record height. Campf and Rogge had the top rail, while Jones took an unfortunate spill. The record holder remains Jenni McAllister, who in 2016 jumped 1.95 m for the win. Campf is no stranger to big fences – he holds the record in Del Mar, jumping over two meters in 2010.

Rogge rode the Thoroughbred gelding Zine Dine (Unbridled Time x My Belle), who she has bought off the track 9 years ago when he was 4. Now at 13 years old, Zine Dine has won the USEF Touch of Class Trophy, which is in honor of Joe Fargis’ 1984 Olympic Thoroughbred mare Touch of Class, USA’s only double clear Olympic Gold Medal winning horse.

Brooke Peterson and her horse Fast Flo, dressed as Wonder Woman, had a rail at the 1.90 m height. The 14 year old from Texas regularly shows her mare in the 1.20 m classes. Watch her interview HERE.

Impressive highlights included clearing 1.75 m for Andy Kocher, Kyle King, Shaelynn Enders, Colin Savaria, Cassidy Rothwell, and Carla Diewert.


Highlights from Royal West

In the 1.10 m Costume Speed Derby, Olivia Stephenson and Lacorado took the win, with Cippolino and Jayne Diebert in 2nd, and Eric and Austin Krawitt in 3rd and 4th respectively. The costume portion, however was taken by Cintaura and Celeste Huska, whose Games of Thrones themed costume featured the mother of dragons and one of her flying steeds. The elaborate painting of dragon scales on the horse was featured on the front page of today’s Calgary Herald.

Both $100 Pony Hunter classes were claimed by Sadie Wishewan and her Forte, who also earned a 2nd place finish in Pony Jumper competition. The Adult Amateurs showed two wins for Susan Macintosh and Letter Perfect.

In the $10,000 Spirit of the West 1.40 m Open Jumpers Sponsored by Camelot Stables, Jenni McAllister took the win on Sweet Chocolate PJ, two-time 1.40 m winner this week Venus du Gue and Jaclyn Duff were 2nd, and Sarah Scheiring was 3rd with Kokette van de Heffinck.
Clear over 1.90 m –
1st- TIE – Ninou 2 / Jeff Campf
1st- TIE Zine Dine / Hailey Rogge
3rd – Stand by Me / Jenny Jones